Senior Quality & Commissioning Manager

Project Management
Farciennes BE
Temporary Full-Time
JobID 2155
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The opportunity

As a Senior Quality and Commissioning Lead (Data Centres) at Linesight, you will collaborate with highly experienced, culturally diverse, and passionate teams, fostering a strong social dynamic and a shared sense of achievement. Your role will provide extensive industry experience, broadening your skillset and expanding your perspective. We empower, support, and enable you to take on significant responsibilities, facilitating your career progression with us. You will be mentored by industry leaders and equipped with the tools to grow. Additionally, you will contribute to our evolving business strategy. For us, lasting trusted relationships are paramount, both with our teams and our clients.

Role and Responsibilities:


In managing the delivery of project quality and commissioning, this position aligns team objectives, business processes, vendor management strategies, and cross-group collaboration efforts with the Construction Project Strategy. This approach ensures effective client relationship management and efficiency in quality assurance and control.


In this role you will:​


- Be a visible leader onsite, assessing progress and ensuring safe work practices.

- Coordinate with the client team, consultant team, and the contractor on all commissioning activities, including scheduling and partner engagement.

- Proactively identify issues and work with the team to resolve them effectively.

- Implement and monitor key project processes, partnering with the client to make improvements and revisions.

- Lead and attend key meetings to monitor progress, actively collaborate on solving problems, and communicate impacts to partners.

- Implement project procedures and use reasonable endeavours to ensure that these procedures are always observed.

- Understand the processes and sequence of each commissioning (Cx) stage.

- Oversee the development of the Cx schedule with third-party agents and M&E contractors from L1-L3, and L4-L5.

- Oversee the inclusion of each Cx task in the Cx program, including task durations and completion dates.

- Manage and oversee the inclusion of the newly developed Cx schedule as part of the overall master schedule.

- Work with both in-house and vendor/third-party scheduling teams to assist in developing a well-sequenced program.

- Manage the development of Cx text scripts and approvals.

- Oversee and manage the tagging, power on/switching process documentation.

- Understand and agree on the selection of load bank requirements for L1-L3, and L4-L5 commissioning by third parties.

- Understand the requirements/hold points prior to proceeding with Cx activities and ensure activities are linked in the program so any program changes will move all linked activities.

- Manage the six-week lookahead program and cross-check actual activities against the programmed activities.

- Manage the issue resolution log.

- Attend meetings and provide QA/Cx inputs.

- Chair QA/Cx meetings and issue minutes of meetings (MoM).

- Arrange workshops and training about QA/Cx project requirements, standards to be followed, Cx stages, Cx tag reporting, how to use and maintain the issue resolution log (IRL) and root cause analysis (RCA).

- Audit the QA/Cx documentation and trackers in the official project folders.

- Develop and issue QA/Cx reports daily/weekly/monthly as per the project/client requirements.

- Develop the Quality Management Plan and the Commissioning and Testing Management Plan.

- Assist with the development of the Project Execution Plan.

- Evaluate the progress from a QA/Cx standpoint to assist with payment application justification.

- Review documentation from a QA/Cx perspective, including technical submittals, drawings, specifications, QA/Cx checklists, Cx scripts, QA/Cx reports, and operation and maintenance manuals.

- Assist with training planning and execution.

- Oversee and manage Integrated Systems Testing (IST) and Ready for Service (RFS) transition.



We would love to hear from you if you:


- Have grown your experience in construction and project management over twenty years with increasing levels of leadership and people management.

- Have a degree or comparable experience in Construction Management, Quantity Surveying, or another construction-related discipline.

- Have experience in large-scale industrial, mission-critical projects, or similar complex environments.

- Are PMP and LEED AP qualified or are on the path to completing these certifications. We can help!

- Have a passion for building your global team and developing and encouraging your employees through mentoring, coaching, and training on new techniques.

- Thrive on building strong relationships with your team and clients through a shared purpose and sense of openness and fun.

About us

Since 1974, we’ve been providing a construction consultancy service that keeps clients coming back. And for that we have our people to thank. It takes a special kind of togetherness to create our thriving, authentic culture. We overcome challenges together, delivering better projects and leveraging innovation. We see the potential in our people and we empower them. We’re a business on a journey – an agile business that is proud
to be different.

We are Linesight. Dynamic. Driven. Different.  

About Project Management

Our teams of program and project managers deliver success globally through strategic planning and stringent controls. Whether you have extensive experience or are at the early stages of your career in program or project management, we offer the opportunity to work on some of the most innovative buildings and facilities with world-leading clients. Play a central role in these projects as part of our dynamic team. We recognise the value that each team member can bring to the table, and we offer a range of supports, learning pathways and structured career planning cycles to ensure that every individual has the best opportunity to excel and further develop, regardless of the stage of your career you join us at.

Our approach to DE&I

At Linesight, we believe that our success is tied to the success of our employees, and we are committed to creating a workplace that is fair, equitable, and inclusive for everyone. We understand that creating an environment where all employees have an equal opportunity to thrive requires a concerted effort across every stage of their time with us, from hiring and onboarding to promotion, career growth, and development.

As part of this commitment, we have implemented a range of policies and initiatives to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I). This starts with our attraction pipeline and accessible job descriptions, designed to attract a broad range of candidates, and continuing throughout the employee life cycle with DE&I checks built in at every stage. Fairness, consistency, and transparency are the core principles for all our hiring, salary increase, and promotion decisions with built-in gender pay gap checks. Employee and family-friendly policies also enhance inclusion and equity in our teams.  

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