Commissioning Supervisor

Posted 27 November 2023
Salary Competitive Salary (DOE)
LocationUnited States of America
Job type Permanent
Discipline Renewable Energy & Infrastructure
Contact NameCarlos Aviles

Job description

​TGRC is looking for an experienced Commissioning Supervisor who will be a crucial part of the successful completion of a project and is responsible for leading the start-up, commissioning, performance testing, and troubleshooting activities at utility-scale renewable projects

This role involves 75% travel on a 21/4 rotation schedule. The Commissioning Superintendent will typically spend 3 to 6 months on each project and each of these projects will take place all throughout the U.S with possibility of travel to other countries.

Essential Functions:

  • Leads and coordinates Commissioning Engineers, Technicians, Vendor Representatives and Contractors on-site in completing all required commissioning testing for a project

  • Observes testing in the field, ensuring all safety and work processes are being followed. Answers any questions testing personnel have during performance of tests.

  • Reviews all test result documentation for accuracy, completeness, and passing criteria

  • Leads troubleshooting efforts to determine cause of any failed tests or site underperformance

  • Assists in establishment of the project Safety Tagging, Lockout & Work Permit Program and ensuring compliance with its provisions

  • Interfaces with the Owner’s Operations Department to schedule O&M training

  • Follows safety and security procedures and determine appropriate action. Report potentially unsafe conditions and use materials and equipment properly

  • Trains testing personnel on test equipment usage and standard work instructions


  • High School diploma or GED, required

  • Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or related degree, preferred

  • 4 years or more experience testing and commissioning electrical systems, preferably on utility scale solar and energy storage projects

  • OSHA 10 and/or 30 certifications

  • Must have a valid current driver license, eligible for corporate vehicle insurance

  • Ability to travel 75% and work a 21/4 rotation schedule (21 days on, 4 days off)