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Thermosolar Power Plant Electrical Supervisor



Greentalent is a recruiter specialised in search and selection of professionals and managers in the Energy, Engineering and Environment market. On behalf of EBL, a leading player active in the environmental sector, we’re looking for a:



Electrical Supervisor



The ideal candidate has a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or other related engineering fields. The resource will be responsible for the installation supervision and inspection for electrical equipment during the construction  of a Thermosolar Project, reporting hierarchically to the Site Manager, will act as the site Engineer and as a deputy of Owner’s Engineer/Site Manager.


The different responsibilities are summarized as follows:


  • Monitor and inspection of the execution of medium Voltage equipment installation;
  • Control and supervise all SAT test to be carried out in all electrical equipment installed onsite according to IEC, IEEE and local regulations;
  • Review submittals, drawings, and reports during the project design phase to avoid potential issues in construction;
  • Monitor that the Contractor adheres to and fulfills the contractual obligations under the EPC Contract with regards to scope, quality and time;
  • Check Availability of electrical spare parts ready for pre-commissioning;
  • Receive and review the testing and commissioning plan (TCA Plan) as well as the draft testing procedures to be provided by the Contractor.




  • 5 years of work experience in similar position;
  • Driver's license. Willingness to travel;
  • Languages: proficient in Italian and English (both spoken and written). Knowledge of Spanish would be an asset;
  • High level of initiative, self-direction, problem-solving and team-working capabilities.




Location: Mezzojuso, Palermo, Sicily.

The job listing is open to candidates of all genders (L. 903/77) – Aegis Srl, AUT. MIN. Prot. 26543 D. Lgs 276/03


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