The Low Current Site Engineer is responsible for overseeing the installation, commissioning, and maintenance of low current systems at project sites. This role plays a critical part in ensuring the successful implementation of various Extra low voltage systems, such as ICT, security systems, fire alarm systems, CCTV, access control systems, and other communication systems. The Low Current Site Engineer will collaborate with the project team, subcontractors, and clients to ensure the timely and efficient delivery of low current projects while maintaining the highest quality standards.
- Installation and Commissioning: Supervise and coordinate the installation and commissioning of low current systems according to the project specifications and industry standards.
- Quality Assurance: Ensure the quality of work during installation, testing, and commissioning phases, and take necessary corrective actions to rectify any issues or deviations.
- Technical Expertise: Provide technical expertise and support to the project team and subcontractors, assisting in resolving technical challenges and ensuring compliance with design requirements.
- Site Coordination: Collaborate with project managers, site managers, and subcontractors to ensure seamless coordination and integration of low current systems with other building systems.
- Documentation: Maintain accurate records, documentation, and as-built drawings related to low current systems for future reference and project handover.
- Troubleshooting: Identify and troubleshoot technical issues related to low current systems, taking proactive measures to prevent operational downtime.
- Health and Safety: Comply with all health and safety regulations, promoting a safe work environment for all personnel involved in low current system installation and maintenance.
- Client Communication: Act as a point of contact for clients during the project execution, providing regular updates on project progress and addressing any client concerns related to low current systems.
- Training and Handover: Conduct training sessions for end-users and maintenance personnel on the operation and maintenance of low current systems before project handover.
- Continuous Improvement: Keep abreast of industry advancements, best practices, and emerging technologies related to low current systems, and apply relevant knowledge to improve project outcomes.
Qualification and Requirements:
- Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, or a related field.
- Proven experience in the installation (1st, 2nd & 3rd fix), commissioning, and maintenance of low current systems, preferably in construction or engineering projects.
- Strong technical knowledge of various low current systems, including security, fire alarm, CCTV, access control, and communication systems.
- Familiarity with relevant codes, regulations, and industry standards governing low current systems.
- Excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to think critically under pressure.
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills to work collaboratively with team members, clients, and subcontractors.
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet tight deadlines.
- Proficiency in using relevant software and tools for project documentation and reporting.
- A strong commitment to quality, safety, and professional ethics.
- Willingness to travel to project sites and work in various locations as required.