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Since its inception in 2017, LSP has deployed contractors with our Clients and Developers all over Europe, Asia, and the rest of the globe. We are experienced in the process of helping our contractors set up their payment model and assist with mobilisation and deployment alongside our trusted partners.

Why LSP?

  • We pride ourselves on our customer service, getting back to candidates with the outcomes – positive or negative.
  • Our consultants are contract specialists who can talk you through the intricacies of working as a contractor
  • Specialising in verticals our consultant can advise you about the current market within your specialist area
  • Dedicated compliance team to ensure you have all the documentation you need to operate in countries across the globe compliantly
  • Specialist mobilisation team who can help you through our trusted partners to mobilise anywhere in the world
  • Plus, a number of partners to assist you as a contractor to help you to organise anything from PPE to training

FAQ's

You simply need to register with LSP Renewables. Once on our system our specialist consultants will keep you abreast of the latest jobs as they come in ensuring you are kept in the loop of all the latest renewable energy vacancies.

 

Whether you are looking to work in offshore wind, onshore wind, solar or any other renewable energy markets LSP have the knowledge to find you the right role.

Our dedicated Compliance department work closely with all our contractors providing support and advise throughout the process. Prior to starting your contract LSP will require the following information:

  • A clear copy of your Passport (Please note that by providing this, you consent to LSP conducting an ID Check via a trusted partner.)

If operating through a limited company, these further documents will be required: 

  • Certificate of Company Incorporation
  • VAT Registration Certificate (if relevant)
  • Bank Details (please note that we will require these on an official document which also shows your company name. This can be a screenshot or picture of the relevant part of your bank statement, for example.)
  • Insurance Certificates 
  • A1 Certificate (if applicable)
  • Any relevant certifications and/or qualifications

As a work-seeker, you can choose three different ways of working with LSP when providing your services in the UK. There are different reasons why you might choose one way of working over another – each contract type varies in terms of what pay rate you will receive and what benefits (if any) you are entitled to. Ultimately, it is up to each work-seeker to determine which way of working suits you best as LSP cannot advise you on which option you should choose.

In simple terms, LSP engage temporary workers providing their services in the UK under one of the following three models:

1. PAYE (PAY AS YOU EARN) 
A PAYE worker is an individual engaged on a contract for services (not a contract of service i.e., employment contract) to work temporarily via LSP for an end client. This category of worker is generally identified as an “agency worker” and is within scope of AWR. LSP deducts PAYE tax and NI insurance at source and pays the temporary worker a net sum. 

2. UMBRELLA COMPANY  
An Umbrella Company is a UK company that employs workers on an over-arching contract of employment and provides these workers to LSP and LSP in turn provide the workers to LSP’s end client. The worker in this scenario is also classified as an “agency worker” for the purposes of AWR. LSP pays the approved Umbrella Company gross for the hours worked by the worker, and the Umbrella Company makes all relevant tax and employment deductions before paying the worker a net sum. You can view the list of preferred umbrella suppliers to LSP here.

3. PERSONAL SERVICE COMPANY (PSC) 
A personal service company is a UK Limited Company that is owned and managed by the individual providing the services to the end client. LSP pays the PSC a gross sum. Typically, the contractor (who will be the director/shareholder) will be paid by the Limited Company either by way of wages (subject to employment taxes) and/or by way of dividends (subject to corporation tax). 
You can find out more by reading the example PAYE and Limited Company contracts below:

PAYE Contract** | Limited Company Contract**

**These contracts are general terms of business, the specific details relating to actual assignments would be confirmed when an assignment is offered

LSP Renewables have a dedicated mobilisation team, we work closely with our travel industry partners to ensure we can provide (if required) the most flexible and most competitive travel fares.

We can assist with:

  • flights
  • train travel
  • accommodation
  • boat travel
  • car hire

Should you be mobilising to another country LSP will guide you through the process and introduce you to our in country partners to help apply for work permits and/or visas to ensure there are no nasty surprises when you arrive at your destination and you can get on with the job at hand. 

LSP operate an online timesheet portal enabling you to log your hours from a device or computer and without the need for paper timesheets. This efficient solution means you can submit hours and expenses and receive digital approval from your manager. At the beginning of your contract you will receive your personal login details to the portal.

For access to the portal, please click here.

For help using the  portal, please use our InTime Contractor User Guide

If you still require assistance, you can contact our Finance department on intime@lsprenewables.com 

Due to wide non-compliance with the IR35 rules, the government introduced reforms in the public sector in April 2017 – these are known as the “off-payroll rules”. The Chancellor announced in the Budget on the 29th October 2018 that the government would also reform the off-payroll working rules in the private sector,  the implementation took place from 6th April 2021. From this date, the liability for assessing IR35 status is no longer on the contractor’s intermediary but on the client.

When does IR35 apply?

IR35 applies where the worker operates through a UK Limited company. If you engage and supply contrators who work via an intermediary (typically a PSC), where taxes and NICs are not deducted at source, then you are likely to be affected.

How is the employment of the worker assessed?

HMRC provides an employment status tool (CEST) to find out if you, or a worker on a specific engagement should be classed as employed or self-employed for tax purposes.

When a client releases a role in the UK the job role will be assessed to give an initial 'Inside or Outside' determination. Usually once a contractor is identified to carry out the role then a further assessment is completed by the limited company provider to confirm this status determination (SDS)

Access our IR35 Guide here to find out how this will impact you.

The engagement of a contractor in this way should be treated as a business-to-business relationship. This relationship is between LSP Renewables and the limited company providing the services (ie the PSC)

  • Ideally instead of providing LSP with your CV, a copy of your businesses profile and qualifications of any contractors that will be provided by the business (i.e., the PSC) should be provided.
  • Ideally your business should have a dedicated email address ie joebloggs@123limited.com as opposed to a generic email.
  • The right to substiution will usually apply - this means that another representative acting on behalf of your business (PSC) can cover the scope of works the limited company has been contracted to carry out.

 

This legislation incorporates a revision into the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations, or ‘Conduct Regulations.’

The purpose of the implementation of Key Information Documents was to increase pay transparency for agency workers and provide key information regarding their assignments. You can view an example of the KID with the various different pay models here.

Download the example KID

LSP Renewables Ltd (“LSP”) will be compliant with the provisions of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC) with respect to recruiting and placement of seafarers as detailed in Article 1.4 of the convention and as required under United Kingdom Legislation.
To find out more about the legislation, and view an example seafarers employment agreement, please click  here.
To view a copy of our latest Seafarer complaints policy, please click here.

Latest Jobs

HR Business Partner / People Manager (Interim)

Denmark, Copenhagen

As Interims HR People Manager (HR Business Partner) you are the first point of contact for the business and responsible to develop and improve relevant parts of the HR areas for the Nordic countries in accordance with the department and organization’s target and goals to enable business growth and success for our client in this region.Your role is part of the HR Offshore People Management team and reporting directly to the Head of People Management Europe.  ResponsibilitiesAs an experienced HR generalist, you will take responsibility for starting to build up an robust and sustainable HR organization from the scratchYou will steer and further developing Nordic (focus Denmark, Norway and extending to Sweden) HR topics as part of a matrix organizationSince you are very familiar with labour law frameworks for Denmark and Norway, you will ensure legal compliance of our topics and actions with laws and provisions related local and regional workers councils, work environment plans and follow up and staff issues/topicsPart of your job will also be to revise, adjust and create the current local agreement’s, to ensure, that we act in accordance to law / unionsYou will further secure efficient implementation, stabilization and application of (local and global) HR processes, policies, collective agreements, process optimization and standardization etc. through local presence, experience and knowledge in the following additional areas:Operational HR TasksContractual standardizationOptimization payroll processOnboarding of new employeesGDPRImplement a new time writing toolPerformance Management (incl. handling low performance cases)Naturally, you will have a closely liaise with the supported business departments and align with the HR Offshore (Management) team on a regular basis, bridging local needs and global frameworks and standardsBeing an all-rounder of HR topics you are equally happy to oversee salary review topics as well as supporting with Master Data Management and administrationYou have a strong and resilient personality and are experienced in dealing with demanding stakeholders and stressful situationsYou have experience in bringing structure to a non-established setup and leading topics professionally and purposefully to successYou are ready to roll up your sleeves and also take on operational HR topics and optimize processesLast but certainly not least, you will have quickly established yourself as the “Go To” person for our employees and managers in your region who need guidance or adviseQualifications:University studies in a related and relevant field7 years of work experience as an HR Generalist/ HR Business PartnerVery experienced HR professional with HR expertise & labor law knowledge in Denmark, welcome if even as well familiar with Sweden and NorwayResult oriented/anticipate upcoming challenges and find a solutionAwareness and creativity to adapt with ‘can do’ mentalityDecision-making while not all required information will be at handPragmatic and fact focused attitudeHighly resilient also in an agile environmentHigh level of assertivenessAbility to maintain sight of the ‘big picture’ and overarching expectationsFluent in Danish and English, written and spoken as well as business and conversational

Cable Package Manager

Poland, Poland

You will be responsible for the delivery of the offshore wind farm cables design, supply, installation and commissioning including all burial and protection requirements of the submarine array cables. You will need a hands-on approach to management and be expected to work closely with other package teams within the project and in the line organisation.As Cable Package Manager you will manage and provide leadership to a multidisciplinary cables team and will have accountability for the delivery of the cables contracts, which will include the management of a wide range of areas including:Health, safety, environment and qualityDesignProgrammeCommercial, claims and risksProject reporting and development of processes and proceduresKey Tasks and ResponsibilitiesHSSE performance through design and implementation to eliminate or reduce risks during construction, operation and maintenanceDefine and manage interface with the rest of project packagesUndertake tender document preparation, bid reviews and evaluations, contract negotiation and manage contract execution, including claim management. up to hand over to the operation teamManage the day to day interaction with the Contractor to ensure adherence with the HSSE, quality, scope, budget, technical requirements and time scheduleManage technical and commercial risks, issues and impacts of changes to the projectReport to the Senior Project Manager on progress, issues and changesCoordinate a multidisciplinary team to deliver the works under your responsibilitiesEssential Skills Engineering background with strong knowledge in submarine cable design and/or installation operationsMinimum 7 years experience in project management of offshore submarine cablesStrong level of competency in contract management, claims management, negotiation techniques and dispute resolution methodologiesHighly motivated individual with a pro-active attitude ensuring adequate interfaces, controls and communication are established and maintained in all aspects of project managementAbility to identify a problem or conflict, identify potential solutions and analyse the solutions leading to a recommendation for the optimum solutionExcellent knowledge of current European and Polish health, safety and environmental legislationExcellent English communication skills both written and verbalFlexible to travel around Europe and overseasCertifications Degree in Electrical Engineering or demonstrable equivalent level of knowledge obtained from professional experienceMembership of recognised Project Management organisation such as APM

Finance Data Manager

Scotland, Scotland, Scotland

Our client is seeking a Data Manager to join their new Data and Reporting Team, to lay the foundations for, and drive the evolution of the Finance Data Governance model. The post holder will be key to shaping and delivering the Data Strategy, supporting the development, implementation and the establishment of a framework that will deliver good data quality and sustainable data management across our client’s Finance. Reporting to the Finance Transformation Data Lead, the post-holder will be expected to proactively engage with the Corporate Data CoE team, Finance Transformation programme, Finance/other Business SMEs, and data governance teams within other corporate functions and Business Units. ResponsibilitiesResponsible for driving the delivery of data awareness training & education to promote a data-driven & enriched data cultureResponsible for embedding good Data Governance standards into Finance ‘BAU’ activities, monitoring progress, and reporting on adherenceMonitoring and promoting compliance with respect to internal and external data policies and standardsEstablish strong knowledge-sharing practices and data quality management solutionsMaintain the Data Issue & Risk Register and report to management on progress against data quality metricsManage the Finance data & reporting ‘demand management’ process improving access controls around to data elementsExperience and QualificationsDegree level educated or equivalent in Business Management, Project Management, or any other related equivalentExperience working with complex datasetsExperience developing models to solve problems in utilities or other asset based industries a distinct advantageUnderstanding or experience of using Informatica Axon/EDC products or any Data Governance and Metadata management toolExtensive knowledge of data lineage and metadata management practices, and strong experience of the application of Data Quality dimensions to Data Quality managementBroad understanding of finance data, systems and reporting solutions would be advantageousTechnology awareness across a broad range of technologiesPrevious experience of Informatica (Axon, EDC) would be advantageousHigh level of proficiency with general toolsets including Excel (Power Queries, Pivot), Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, and TeamsSharePoint Online

Technical H&S Engineer

United Kingdom,

ResponsibilitiesDrive the reduction of technical H&S risk within the Project by providing independent assurance that key design and engineering H&S risk mitigations are being deployed.Support the Project to ensure design requirements concerning technical H&S are compliant with the applicable Technical Standards (State of the Art) and accepted Industry Good PracticeReview and provide input into the development of the Project Technical H&S Employer’s Requirements, supporting engineers across the various Project packages and work scopes.Support the Engineering Manager and Package Leads to ensure ALARP Principles are applied and demonstrated within the relevant Contactor and Project design decision logs, risk assessments, ALARP demonstration workshops, and key decision processes.Support the review & assessment of Contractor Design Risk Assessments (DRA) and any deviations/ alternative solutions to satisfy ALARP.Support the Engineering Management to produce Offshore Project Technical Health & Safety Files including co-ordination 3rd resource/input.Ensure all Technical H&S lessons learned (internal & external) are captured and feed in a timely manner across the Project (& if applicable other areas)Support the Co-ordination of the Principal Designer responsibilities under CDM, in particular with reference to CDM Regulation 11.Where required, co-ordinate technical safety activity on project and package deliverables e.g. HAZIDs, HAZOPs . DRAs, etc.Lead the development of any Operations Safety Cases as required to mitigate operational issues arising from emergent risks (where approved within the Project)Act as primary point of contact and interface between the Project Engineering and SHW functions.Attendance at internal and external hazard and risk workshops to ensure that they are carried out in a robust manner and to a suitable quality.Writing Technical Health and Safety Plans to manage design risks throughout the whole Project lifecycle in accordance with the Large Capital Projects (LCP) Process risk framework in conjunction with the Lead Engineers.In conjunction with the SHW Team, provide SHE risk and CDM expertise to ensure all internal, external and legal requirements are met.RequiredExtensive experience within a project design and engineering environment.Strong understanding of the Renewables generation business, preferably including offshore wind.Experience of working with multi-disciplined engineering teams.Possess advanced technical skills related to Offshore Wind Safety and SHE Management, including application of hazard studies and design risk assessment tools.Awareness of personal and corporate safety practices.First class interpersonal and communication skills with natural flair for forging relationships.

Onshore Export Cable Engineer

Greater London, Greater London, South East, England

ResponsibilitiesBe part of the interdisciplinary sub-project "Onshore Export Cable".Effectively collaborate on civil engineering related aspects of the works necessary for the timely completion of the onshore cable route.Manage internal and external studies and consultancies for specific engineering scopes.Actively participate in the preparation of technical specifications for the construction of the onshore cables and cable installation.Take an active role in collaboration of the preparation, negotiation and award of supply contracts, as well as examination and evaluation of offered technical solutions.Support the design, construction and consenting processes (This also includes review of documents and the delivered technical solutions for compliance with specified requirements).Play a key role in strengthening interfaces to other work packages and even other wind farm developers.Experience/Requirements A master's degree or the equivalent in Civil Engineering. Or a bachelor’s degree and/or a technical/skilled worker formation plus extensive professional experience in the respective field.A very good knowledge of the construction of high voltage onshore cables, and at least 5 years of professional experience in a comparable position, as well as extended project work and project implementation skills.A good understanding of the HSE requirements, CDM 2015 regulation and UK construction law, as well as local requirements (standards and requirements) for appropriate civil engineering works.Knowledge and experience of high voltage cables and their electrical properties is an advantage.Experience in participating contract negotiations and in contract management of large infrastructure investment projects is desirable.Fluency in Business English, German is a plus.A candidate who can excel in an intercultural and cross-functional environment.Flexible, and willing to travel within the scope of project requirements.You are very effective in stakeholder management and relationship building, due to your excellent communication and negotiation skills, persuasiveness, assertiveness.

Senior Authorised Person (220kv)

Scotland, Scotland

The Electrical Package is responsible for the engineering and construction of the electrical infrastructure associated with our clients Wind Farm. This involves the delivery of multiple work packages including substations and subsea cables, as well as management of overarching elements such as the project’s grid connection agreement and commissioning of the high voltage network. Reporting to the Commissioning Manager and as part of an on/offshore team, the SAP will be responsible for supporting contractor cable install/terminations, WTG install/Commissioning and offshore 66kV switching this will involve adhering to and implementing our clients HV safety rules to the working parties to achieve safe and successful energisation and commissioning of the project’s high voltage network. This SAP role will be based on a 2 week on/off rotation. Main AccountabilitiesSupport the development and implementation of an overarching high voltage offshore network commissioning plan.Review of technical documentation provided by designers and construction contractors. Witness installation, pre- commissioning and commissioning of Cable terminations, WTG Install/Commissioning to ensure high quality installation and commissioning. Ensuring safe working practices are being undertaking.Review detailed commissioning procedures and energisation switching plans for Array Cables and WTG’sMonitoring and reporting on progress, including attending internal and external meetings as required.Provision of support to quality management activities on the project such as attendance at electrical equipment factory acceptance tests and site acceptance tests.Required KnowledgeExperience of and desire to work in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary project environment is required.Demonstrable knowledge in some or all the following areas is required:High voltage network safety and commissioning practices, understanding of HV NWSR and WTSROffshore Array cable Install/termination and WTG install/commissioning 66kV SAP Experience.Offshore construction standards, codes of practice and regulations/legislation. Project management practices and techniques.Producing and Reviewing Switching Schedules, assisting with any testing and commissioning of HV/LV systemsWorking with the CDM (Construction Design and Management) Regulations, reporting incidents, reviewing risk assessments including a demonstrable understanding and promoting of health, safety, and environmental best practices.Skills, Experience & Qualifications Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential.Excellent organisation, planning and prioritisation skills.Existing qualifications/authorisations in relation to high voltage network management to 66kV are essential and to 220kV are desirable.Previous experience operating SGRE 8VM1 Switchgear, and in date certification (not essential)Minimum ONC/HNC in Electrical Engineering or closely related discipline or relevant experience.A minimum of 3 years’ experience in a comparable role within the offshore wind sector is essential.Full GWO’s will be required (Sea Survival, First Aid, Manual Handling, Fire Awareness, Working at Height and medical including Chester step.Health and Safety For ManagersManagers carry both legal and company responsibilities for ensuring the health and safety of their employees, those under their control and those who might be affected by the work undertaken, i.e. public, visitors and employees of other organisations. It is your responsibility to ensure you fully understand the health and safety risks involved and your part in applying the controls needed to manage those risks to acceptable levels. Similarly where work activities can have an adverse impact upon the environment, and particularly where there are legal requirements, you are responsible for understanding those impacts and again the controls you must ensure are applied.

Senior Authorised Person (66kV)

Scotland, Scotland

The Electrical Package is responsible for the engineering and construction of the electrical infrastructure associated with our clients Offshore Wind Farm. This involves the delivery of multiple work packages including substations and subsea cables, as well as management of overarching elements such as the project’s grid connection agreement and commissioning of the high voltage network. Reporting to the Commissioning Manager and as part of an on/offshore team, the SAP will be responsible for supporting contractor cable install/terminations, WTG install/Commissioning and offshore 66kV switching this will involve adhering to and implementing our clients HV safety rules to the working parties to achieve safe and successful energisation and commissioning of the project’s high voltage network. This SAP role will be based on a 2 week on/off rotation. Main AccountabilitiesSupport the development and implementation of an overarching high voltage offshore network commissioning plan.Review of technical documentation provided by designers and construction contractors. Witness installation, pre- commissioning and commissioning of Cable terminations, WTG Install/Commissioning to ensure high quality installation and commissioning. Ensuring safe working practices are being undertaking.Review detailed commissioning procedures and energisation switching plans for Array Cables and WTG’sMonitoring and reporting on progress, including attending internal and external meetings as required.Provision of support to quality management activities on the project such as attendance at electrical equipment factory acceptance tests and site acceptance tests.Required KnowledgeExperience of and desire to work in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary project environment is required.Demonstrable knowledge in some or all the following areas is required:High voltage network safety and commissioning practices, understanding of HV NWSR and WTSROffshore Array cable Install/termination and WTG install/commissioning 66kV SAP Experience.Offshore construction standards, codes of practice and regulations/legislation. Project management practices and techniques.Producing and Reviewing Switching Schedules, assisting with any testing and commissioning of HV/LV systemsWorking with the CDM (Construction Design and Management) Regulations, reporting incidents, reviewing risk assessments including a demonstrable understanding and promoting of health, safety, and environmental best practices.Skills, Experience & Qualifications Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential.Excellent organisation, planning and prioritisation skills.Existing qualifications/authorisations in relation to high voltage network management to 66kV are essential and to 220kV are desirable.Previous experience operating SGRE 8VM1 Switchgear, and in date certification (not essential)Minimum ONC/HNC in Electrical Engineering or closely related discipline or relevant experience.A minimum of 3 years’ experience in a comparable role within the offshore wind sector is essential.Full GWO’s will be required (Sea Survival, First Aid, Manual Handling, Fire Awareness, Working at Height and medical including Chester step.Health and Safety For Managers Managers carry both legal and company responsibilities for ensuring the health and safety of their employees, those under their control and those who might be affected by the work undertaken, i.e. public, visitors and employees of other organisations. It is your responsibility to ensure you fully understand the health and safety risks involved and your part in applying the controls needed to manage those risks to acceptable levels. Similarly, where work activities can have an adverse impact upon the environment, and particularly where there are legal requirements, you are responsible for understanding those impacts and again the controls you must ensure are applied.

Office Coordinator

New York, New York, United States

Pay Rate Bracket: $35 - $55 per hourOur client is looking for an experience Office Coordinator on a contract basis, reporting to their NYC office 5 days weekly.  This is role will be for a new addition to their team as they strengthen in the renewable energy industry. The Office Coordinator will be an independent organizer of the office and take responsibility for the public facing elements of the workspace as well as the creation of a quality working environment for all staff. ActivitiesThe Office Coordinator, based in our NYC office, will Anticipate and manage office needs, including monitoring inventory and ordering office and break room supplies;Manage and account for office resources, inventory, and team activity budgets;Serve as a Point of Contact to building management and coordinate facilities, vendors, service providers and all relevant third party resources and services, including submitting work orders and scheduling repairs for office space and equipment;Oversee office technology infrastructure, coordinate with IT on any technical issues (AV system, WiFi, etc), and coordinate software and equipment updates;Communicate important building updates to staff in a timely manner;Act as the Office safety Point of Contact and ensure a safe, tidy, and efficient working environment;Manage incoming and outgoing mail and packages, prepare mailings (mail merge, stuff envelopes, hand address letters, etc);Manage registration/record keeping of office guests and visitors, ensure guests are connected with the right personnel;Assisting new staff (setting up office access/badges for newcomers, showing them around to office basics like WiFi, liaising with IT for hardware mailing and setup, etc);Manage schedules and setup for conference and community spaces, maintain Outlook listserv and shared calendar;Organizing seasonal/holiday events, celebrations, team building activities, meals, etc;Enforcing office policies and procedures and communicating policy changes to staff;Manage vendor relations, support the establishment of purchase orders and invoices for office activities and team orders; andWork closely with Houston office to streamline and harmonize the administrative and office management activities.Experience/QualificationsHigh school diploma or GED required; associate or bachelor’s degree preferredAt least 3 years of related experience supporting an office environmentProven experience as an office administrator, office assistant, office coordinator, office manager, or relevant role preferredTechnically savvy, able to trouble shoot basic IT issuesProficiency with Microsoft Office applications; SharePoint a plusExperience with event planning;Creative approach to team development;Ability to work independently and proactively identify office needsComfortable in a fast-paced environmentGreat customer service and interpersonal skills, friendly, service-oriented personalityOrganized, attentive to detail, reliable, proactiveExperience being involved in relocation of office premises a plus

Offshore Consents Manager

Remote work, England

Scope of WorksFull responsibility for offshore aspects of the EIA and HRA in order to deliver a robust and deliverable Development Consent Order and Marine Licence.Contribute to relevant aspects of the drafting of the project’s Development Consent Order and Marine LicenceResponsible for securing additional environmental consents and licences as may be required through the development processPrinciple liaison and negotiation with the fishing industry and third party offshore operators to secure necessary commercial agreements.Assistance in procurement for, and management of, EIA consultants and other contractors as required to progress development.Liaison with project engineers to define the offshore aspects of the project’s consent envelope.Interface management within the Project to ensure communication between the relevant work package managers, contractors, consenting consultants and key stakeholders. DeliverablesManagement of offshore surveys, survey methodologies and collection of offshore data suitable for EIA/HRA, ensuring that any offshore survey work procured by the offshore consents team is conducted in a safe and efficient manner.Development, implementation and day-to-day management of the offshore consents plan and programme, including delivery of key consents milestones in order to achieve consent.Develop strong working relationships across the Project to ensure consent requirements are integrated into all relevant contracts and project design.Engagement with key project stakeholders and statutory bodies in order to develop cooperative relationships and deliver consents.Ensure compliance with any consent requirements and licence conditions during development through liaison with statutory authorities, package managers and contractors.Programme reporting, risk management and budget management for relevant offshore workstreams RequirementsDemonstrable competence and experience of working in a major infrastructure project and management of stakeholder issues.offshore experience is required for this , please do not submit anyone who does not have this.SkillsA strong understanding of the DCO and Marine Licence process.Analytical skills – ability to work to a high level of accuracy and to produce a high standard of written workEvidence of success in forming and maintaining working relationships in a multi-disciplinary environmentStrong organisational skills with the ability to organise work to meet deadlinesThe ability to respond to changing priorities and demands and adopt a flexible approach to working  

Procurement Officer

Greater London, Greater London, South East, England

This opportunity is to join our client in a newly created role where you’ll work as part of a growing dedicated multi-disciplinary team to procure goods and services for our client’s project. The focus will be on DEVEX spend to facilitate the development of the project and progression towards Financial Investment Decision.  The focus areas will be consenting, engineering studies, desktop and physical onshore and offshore surveys.  The position is a full-time hybrid role with flexibility to work from home or elsewhere with regular visits to the London Office.  The expectation for this role is a minimum of 2 days a week in the office which will be Tuesday and Wednesday with a limited ability to travel.Reporting to the Senior Procurement Manager, this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and motivated Procurement Officer to join the rapidly growing team and support the transition to a low carbon, sustainable global economy. Responsibilities Work within the procurement function for the project as a member of the Procurement Team, reporting to the Senior Procurement Manager.Responsible for providing a comprehensive procurement service in support of project development activities within a major offshore wind farm project.Identification and selection of suppliers to be invited to submit responses to Calls for Tender (CfT) and Expressions of Interest (EoI).Managing the negotiation and award of low to mid value contracts for goods and services in consultation with the wider project team in accordance with best-value and approved procedures.Undertake the procurement of goods and services and associated activities to agreed project and commercial objectives including, but not limited to, the following:Preparation and issuing of CfT, EoI & Non-Disclosure AgreementsLeading the evaluation of commercial element of bids and co-ordinating inputs from the wider evaluation team (technical, legal, HSE)Negotiate commercial terms with preferred suppliersEnsuring timely contract awardsWriting Contract Award Recommendations which will seek approval from the Project Director / Shareholder / Project Board to award contracts.Proactively implement and develop the procurement plan, identifying all upcoming procurement support requirements during the DEVEX phase.Required Knowledge of and a proven track record in managing procurement activities from identification of requirements through to contract award particularly in the engineering, consenting and survey environment. Preferably with knowledge and experience in the offshore wind market but this is not essential.Ability to build effective relationships and be a team player at all levels both within the project and with suppliers.Proven ability to communicate at all levels both written and verbally.A strong results focus supported by relevant commercial skills and knowledge required to deliver value to the project.A proven ability to conduct successful commercial negotiations with suppliers.Knowledge of relevant procurement processes and procedures.Ability to work under pressure to tight timescales.Specific CompetenciesAttention to DetailCommercial Acumen including the evaluation of Tender submissionsNegotiation and closing contracts

Structural Engineer

City of Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland, Scotland

Our client is looking for a Structural/Foundation Engineer to join the Engineering team in support of the WTG (Wind Turbine Generator) and OSS (Offshore Substation) foundations packages. The Foundations Engineer will play a key role in defining the optimal solution for the WTG and OSS foundations associated with the project. This role will report to both WTG and OSS Package Managers. The Foundations Engineer will support the WTG foundations and OSS package managers within the JV structure and will provide support in leading the engineering and design strategy for the foundations during the development phase of the project, as well as supporting procurement activities if and where required to achieve a successful FID.The role is a long-term role and shall support to the project during the FEED, Detailed Design and Construction phases. ResponsibilitiesManage the review process of the foundation design documents, in alignment with the project review process.Make sure that other internal stakeholders/reviewers have been involved, collate, and consolidate the various comments.Support the WTG Foundations, OSS Package Managers and Interface Manager in ensuring that interfaces with other packages, contractors and stakeholders are identified and appropriately managed.Coordinate integration of other input into optimizing WTG and OSS Foundations solutions, such as that obtained from EPCI contractors, consultants, and the wider industry.Review in detail the WTG and OSS Foundations design studies such as conceptual, FEED, and detailed designs performed by external parties.Ability to check the designer’s design reports and calculations is necessary, the Foundation Engineer shall be able to perform independent calculations, covering both structural and geotechnical designs.Review and comment on design standards adopted by the project contractors. Review and comment on design procedures proposed by the project contractors.Review and comment on compliance with the relevant specification. Manage the integrated Load Iteration (ILA) process between the WTG foundation designer and the WTG designer, including the involvement from the design certifier for independent review/calculations.Liaising with the Certification Manager to ensure that the certification process is run efficiently. Creation of a strong and cooperative relationship between the designers, OWPL and the certifier is of paramount importance.Promote good HSSE practices and ensure HSE / CDM requirements are fully implemented.Ensure the foundation design is compliant with the relevant HSE legislation, recommendation, and industry practiceEnsure ‘Safe by design’ is fully implemented and risks reduced to ALARPMakre sure that temporary phases are well integrated into the design, including requirements from other stakeholders such as manufacturers, T&I contractors, Cable contractors, WTG contractors, OSP contractors, etc.Organise, lead and minute key technical meetings in relation to the above activities.Preparation of technical documents/ papers for internal reviewPrepare internal reporting as required.Preparation of employer’s requirements and technical specificationsLead technical evaluation of proposals and evaluation of suppliers as part of tender processes in coordination with the WTG Foundations and OSS Package Managers, and the commercial team.Review the foundation suppliers manufacturing methods, quality plans etc such that the design requirements are fulfilled.Contribute to the identification and management of technical risks, issues and impacts to the project associated with the WTG and OSS foundations scope.Liaise with experts within the JV shareholders to ensure the use of best practices and apply lessons learnt from previous projects.RequirementsBe degree educated in engineering or a related field with approximately 10 years’ experience, 5 years of which spent working in the field of offshore structures design/assessment and preferably in offshore windBe charteredExperience and knowledge of offshore wind WTG and OSS foundations is essential, in particular within foundations design. Specific Role CompetenciesProven technical knowledge in the field of offshore wind foundations and technical project management skills, specifically:Familiarity with codes and standards such as DNV-ST-0126, DNV-ST-145, DNV-ST-0437, ISO 19900, 19901, 19902, Eurocodes etcExperience of offshore structural analysis using software such as SESAM, SACS etcUnderstanding of the CDM 2015 regulations in relation to the design, procurement, and installation of offshore wind assetsExcellent organisation skills with the ability to manage own workload, meet timescales and coordinate external and internal stakeholders.Good communication skills to enable effective discussions and transfer of information amongst contractors, team members and other stakeholders.Highly motivated, forward-thinking, and ready to implement innovative solutions.Ability to work as a member of a large and multidisciplinary team.Excellent knowledge of English, written and spoken.

Senior Authorised Person (66kV)

United Kingdom,

Job Description Carry out HV switching operations to provide safety from the system under the electrical safety rules Carry out 66kv Turbine maintenance activities Provide SAP coverage at substations for work activities Support HV Control Room To be part of a HV & Transmissions Systems and or/Site Teams of Authorised Persons and Senior Authorised Persons who will cover all high & low voltage maintenance work both scheduled and unscheduled as required within the Wind Farm To operate the High & Low Voltage (HV/LV) Network in a safe and controlled manner, including providing safety from the HV/LV Network for working parties under his/her control in accordance with electrical safety rules Supporting the Operations Site Management, including the Offshore Transmission asset Owners (OFTO), regarding reporting and being available for duty standby cover Maintain an understanding of the energy asset management policy and strategy and relevant responsibilities of the job Key Tasks Participating in coordination of inter-system operational and safety procedures Operating as a Safety Coordinator/Authorised Person for all cross border/boundary operational activities Electrical/Mechanical isolation, earthing, switching the high voltage & low voltage network under instructions from HV Senior Control Engineer/SAP and re-install the system for subsequently energization Can issue/cancel safety documents under predefined circumstances Undertaking maintenance of the equipment in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions Act as the site supervisor for contractors and working parties under their control Be proactive in maintaining competence level required for the job Deliverables Ensure constant security for HV/LV & mechanical systems and engage in developing the HV system to ensure a efficient and safe development of the Wind Farms Essential HV Authorised Person to 66kv Electrician Apprenticeship 3-8 years of electrical working and maintenance experience as Senior Authorised Person operating under company HV Safety Rules Physically fit, role will require climbing skills Full driving license Must be flexible with regard to working patterns (an on-call rota must be expected for some SAP categories Communication, Planning & Reporting skills Desirable Technical knowledge of Wind Farm, Power Plant, Oil & Gas, or similar industries HV fault finding and analysis experience

HSE Advisor (Offshore Cables)

Poland,

Main Responsibilities Support emergency coordination Preparation of onshore and offshore drills Participation in the preparation and further development of risk assessments, procedural and work instructions, and operating instructions Participation in the validation of submitted HSE documentation of contractors for conformity with specifications and employers’ requirements Analysis of work processes, HSE-relevant events, near misses and accidents, and monitoring of corrective and improvement measures to prevent recurrence. Creation of training and instruction material as well as implementation of training courses in the field of HSE Lead on-site safety inductions, training session(s) Provide Subject matter expertise Attend HIRA, DRA, HAZOP sessions provide SME input / Attend and deliver kick off meetings prior to work activities Key Responsibilities Support and advise the Package and wider project team in all relevant package HSE Matters Conduct Audits and Inspections at Contractors Fabrication, pre-assembly, and other work sites in line with the Audit and inspection plan. Participate in Offshore activities on Installation Vessels, and assets. Follow up on Audits and Safety Inspections outcomes and ensure all items are closed to satisfaction. Support the onsite Team with HSE expertise Control compliance with HSE Requirements during Fabrication, installation, construction, and Commissioning actives Monitor HSE performance (by inspection, audit, reviewing trends and analysing safety statistics) Provide information for Back Office HSE Team (safety metrics for monthly reporting) Key Deliverables HSE training programs HSE plans, policies, and procedures Deliver and monitor Safety programs / initiatives HSE inspection & audits reports Collate HSE statistics for reporting Investigate accidents and incidents, draft reports and allocate follow-up measures, track follow-up measures to closure. HSE lessons learned Qualifications Capability to work on yards and Offshore – appropriate certification (e.g. GWO suite, BOSIET/FOET) 5+ years of relevant work experience within HSSE 3-5 years of experience from similar position within offshore wind (or construction where the role is onshore site based) Qualified as Safety Coordinator or similar per polish legislation; like CDM, IOSH, NEBOSH Fluent in English

Grid Package Manager

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland

Our client are seeking a Grid Package Manager for their Electrical package team. The role will focus on managing the key project agreements and relationships with grid stakeholders to ensure best outcomes for the project and will in time be supported by a range of specialized resources with responsibility for delivering the design, cost control, interfaces, and transfer of grid assets. Key AccountabilitiesThe key accountabilities for this role include, but are not limited to: Managing the grid connection application process and ensuring that the project is awarded the most efficiently sized and delivered grid connection. Managing the relationships. Ensuring that the project can always access the right people within teams for effective project delivery, but also in terms of immediate problem-solving issues. Ensuring that appropriate routes to escalation are available and effective. Working closely with other parts of the project team in relation to grid connection interfaces e.g. Engineering, Electrical Systems Contractor, Land, Consenting and others. Managing the ongoing day to day activities which are muti faceted and cross several technical interfaces on the project. Managing grid interface design, working on project management plans, attending and or managing (as necessary) the following meetings: Regular project management meetings. Design/land/or policy workshops, where key issues need to be resolved with relevant technical experts. Functional specification development meetings and workshops. Policy development workshops. Grid connection contract terms and conditions meetings and workshops. Managing the negotiations and development of the offshore grid connection contacts and wider industry representatives. Lead commercial review of grid contracts and manage a team of experts on key areas (legal and technical). Managing the negotiations on the Grid Asset Sale Agreement on behalf of the project. Management of and liaison with multiple parts of the project team, industry and Government. Managing and reporting internally on the development of a grid transaction administration structure, including hiring of a grid transaction manager, understanding the CRU policy on the grid transaction (or the grid asset sale and purchase process), managing internal interfaces within the project on same. This will necessarily include ability to negotiate with the CRU and the ITA in terms of baseline costs and ongoing reading of policy in terms of asset transfer value and ongoing offshore TUOS costs. Attending and representing our client on industry groups, at Wind Energy Ireland level etc. Person Specification Methodical and organised: you naturally work in a methodical way and relish the opportunity to add structure and order to your work. This will help with the competing priorities you will be managing. Collaborative: You build relationships easily and enjoy working as a team to get things done. Diligent: Your solid attention to detail will ensure that project documentation is accurate, and you follow up with others where needed to ensure outstanding information or actions are complete. Independent: You are an independent thinker and naturally set your own timescales and milestones to ensure you meet your objectives. You know when you need to ask for help and are comfortable doing so. Flexible: You are agile in your approach to your work and in working hours, after all you will be working alongside colleagues in other countries. Pragmatic: You are hands on and attentive to detail. Able to communicate at a high level in English both with internal and external stakeholders.  Qualifications/Experience Educated to degree level in a relevant discipline. A minimum of 5 years of experience leading grid management functions on analogous projects (knowledge and understanding of wind projects an advantage). Knowledge of recent Irish Offshore Grid policy, and further how this policy will or may need to develop in the future, for the benefit of the project. An understanding of electrical engineering and offshore wind farms, including the Irish Grid Code. A thorough knowledge and understanding of grid inputs into the financial model, including constraints, curtailment, TUOS, UAEC, and some knowledge of the Irish SEM Market. Demonstrated negotiation experience on a range of key agreements. Ability to manage, coordinate and control external consultants engaged for topics related to the projects grid connection. An understanding of the financial close process and due diligence (in particular around grid issues) pertaining to it. Knowledge of project management processes and experience of driving compliance, ensuring adoption and improvement of defined standards. Strong command of English, both verbally and written. Some international travel is required.

Electrical Engineer

United Kingdom,

Onshore Delivery Engineering within the CTO is being responsible for performing the engineering aspects of all onshore business growth projects; commencing at prospection, wind and hydrogen projects are to be technically specified and delivered through development, consenting and agreement (including FID), and construction ensuring Engineering Excellence prior to handover into Asset Operations.    As the Electrical Engineer you will provide key engineering resource within multi-discipline, project specific delivery engineering teams where you will manage all electrical aspects within assigned projects; delivering an electrical system design that complies with the project requirements, whilst ensuring appropriate engineering design and quality standards and specifications are maintained. Responsibilities Provide expertise and focus on all matters related to electrical specification and design activities on assigned projects, ensuring that deliverables are clearly identified and aligned within timelines and budgets. Develop sets of electrical technical specifications including system, infrastructure, and interfaces for inclusion within appropriate tender assessments across balance of plant work packages while addressing technical queries. During the origination, design and construction of the electrical infrastructure and associated equipment, you will ensure that operational learning and requirements are key considerations, electrical lifetime costs are optimised, and decommissioning and/or life extension is considered. Define electrical equipment specifications from conceptual to detailed design, supporting procurement to ensure delivery satisfies the requirements and timescales of the project, with consideration on the wider electrical portfolio. Responsible for ensuring electrical technical and design risks, assumptions, issues, and decisions are identified, captured, recorded, and addressed appropriately, providing technical expertise and guidance to ensure risk level is ALARP. Ensure a consistent approach to electrical delivery such that safety, quality, programme, and value are measured and balanced to deliver optimised project outcomes, with all electrical design assessments, advice, decisions, and recommendations being fully documented for Design Assurance Reviews at critical phases of the project (conceptual design, pre-FID design, detailed design and delivered design) as defined within Project Design Management Plans. Perform technical and commercial due diligence, site visits, factory and site acceptance tests and support commissioning as required. Support the planning and prioritisation of suitably qualified and experienced electrical resource to meet onshore business growth projects requirements, including the management and supervision of any required internal or external third parties (consultants, sub-contractors, etc) for electrical deliverables. You will interface with the various Onshore Business Unit teams as well as the wider CTO Central Engineering, Technical Governance and Electricity Connections. Experience/Requirements You’ll have experience in development, design, and construction of power generation projects, ideally within wind and hydrogen. You’ll have an understanding of the design processes for LV/HV electrical systems and have knowledge of the preparation of preliminary electrical designs (e.g. single line diagrams, schematics, general arrangement drawings) You’ll have experience in commissioning energy systems or similar technologies. You’ll have working knowledge of IEC and National Standards, design and installation codes of practice and regulations; Grid Code compliance would be advantageous. You’ll have as minimum an Electrical Engineering degree or equivalent. It would be advantageous for you to have experience and/or or a qualification in Project Management. You would possess a full clean driving license with the ability to work away from base location as and when required.

Lead Planner

Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland, Scotland

Key Responsibilities Lead the Planning team and manage the Programme schedule (Primavera P6) ensuring clear, timely and accurate information is provided to Project Management, the Project Board and Lenders as required. Co-ordinate development and management of the detailed project Execution programme, integrating Contractor programmes, internal Project Management, Financing and Engineering activities, and Regulatory/Consenting requirements, ensuring alignment with key project milestones and schedule drivers and accounting for interfaces between packages and scopes of work. Undertake analysis of Delay Events notified within Contractors’ Claims to determine the validity of these claims. Assess and communicate schedule impact of project change control notifications, and schedule impact of progress reported. Co-ordinating monthly updates to Project programme. Work closely with Interface and Package managers to ensure project interfaces are optimised for Project delivery. Manage project programme reporting outputs Take a leading role in Schedule Risk Analysis, both through What-if scenario planning, and through use of quantitative Schedule Risk Analysis tools. Assist Project Management decision making by providing clear and concise analysis of impacts of schedule delays and mitigation strategies. Regular presentation of programme information to senior leadership both within the project and within the wider Renewables business. Assist in training and development of other team members. Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Experience Significant major Project Planning experience, working within large, multi-contract Engineering and Construction projects, including building fully integrated complex activity networks. Experience in a similar role within offshore wind Significant experience of leading a Project Planning team. Highly skilled user of Primavera P6 planning software. Experience in carrying out delay analysis and analysis of schedule implications of contractor claims. Experience in running what-if scenarios and schedule risk analysis. Ability to produce clear and concise information that will assist senior management decision making. Focus on continuous improvement, striving to improve the quality of planning output as an aid to project decision making. Commercial Awareness – knowledge of construction contracting structures. Financial Awareness – knowledge of project financing strategies, routes to market within the wind industry, and an understanding of the interrelations between programme and revenue returns.  

Construction Project Manager

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland

As the Construction Project Manager, you will be part of the CTO (Central Technical Organisation) and will oversee and manage agreed timescales and budgets the project delivery of specified Pre-Construction and Construction projects from our client’s portfolio in Ireland with particular focus on Onshore Wind and PV Solar projects.The role involves supporting the business development team during the development, feasibility and consenting stage of Onshore Wind and PV solar projects. The role will also involve managing the Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) process, the interface with Engineering team and supporting the Business Development team to secure Financial Investment Decision (FID). Following successful investment approval of a project, you will become the lead role in the delivery of construction projects within budget, to the agreed programme timescales, meeting quality targets and in line with our client’s ambitions.   This lead role will involve management of feasibility studies and surveys to ensure all risks are understood and mitigation agreed, preparation of all work scopes, tendering, negotiation and subsequent project management and successful delivery of all related construction contracts through to successful handover of the facility to the Asset Operations Team. Roles/Responsibilities Implement the Health and Safety policy and carry out regular checks and balances to ensure that it has been correctly applied in all the aspects of the construction project activities. Enable Development and Business Development departments to successfully achieve Financial Investment Decision on pipeline projects and acquisitions. Provide input on feasibility and risks on projects in our client’s development pipeline. Provide support where required during the preparation of the Planning Application to ensure the project is buildable should consent be granted. Manage the client information aspects of the Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) process. Manage the development of construction cost estimates, resource schedules and construction programmes. Work closely with internal engineering team members to accurately assess project capacities, electrical connection options and yield throughout the various stages of project. Provide strategic input to the business on how projects are designed and constructed including equipment selection, risk management, project programme and value. Develop the procurement and delivery strategy for the projects with the procurement team and keep up to date with market intelligence relating to Onshore Wind and Solar PV. Manage the successful construction, commissioning and handover of Onshore Wind and Solar PV projects though collaboration with our supply chain and the administration of construction contracts. Experience/Requirements Appropriate Degree or equivalent industry standard qualification – ideally in Engineering. Significant/demonstrable experience of construction management skills, working on Construction projects, particularly Onshore Wind or PV solar in multi-disciplinary teams. Thorough understanding and experience of delivering good health and safety practice. Working knowledge of Onshore Wind or PV solar – Technology, grid connections, construction techniques etc. Experience of leading a project team effectively to deliver the project goals and objectives. Experience of managing Grid Connection works (desirable). Comfortable communicating at a variety of levels in an appropriate level of detail (for example, with senior internal stakeholders, at internal technical meetings, and with construction contractors).

Document Controller

United Kingdom,

Our client is currently migrating documents from various legacy document storage into a new EDMS component of the Program Common Data Environment (CDE). The Document Controller will work as part of Information Management Team to deliver processes and systems at assuring controlled document integrity, security and availability for end users. They will also assure the overall integrity of the document management system adopted by the project.  Responsibilities Migrate all programme documents from legacy to a new document control system with focus on: Access documents quality against Programme specification for documents and report gap. Access documents metadata quality against Programme specification for document metadata and report gap. Elicit and implement actions to resolve all document and document metadata quality issues. Interface and coordinate with Document Owners to validate Documents and their metadata. Upload validated documents and their metadata into the target EDMS. Ensures compliance with Programme/Projects Information Management standards and procedures. Support delivery of documentation delivery performance management information. Support implementation of document control system (Omega 365), to assure data integrity and accessibility. Provide user training / support as required. Experience/Requirements 5+ years experience managing documentation / information systems on large scale projects. Experience of using project document management systems, including Omega 365. Self-motivation and a high level of individual initiative and self-reliance are required. Strong ability to build partnerships, actively engage and respect contributions of others. Influencing and communication skills in English language Excellent inter-personal skills and behaviours Ability to produce good quality written reports and summary presentations. Comprehensive knowledge of information management and document control processes Proficient in Microsoft products like Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Site Supervisor

United Kingdom,

Responsibilities On-site management of utility scale Solar PV projects Manage and coordinate the activities of construction and installation teams, including contractors and subcontractors Coordination of tasks and activities with the Project Management team Reviewing works against quality and contractual requirements. Responsibility for ensuring the highest HSQE standards are always maintained on site and in compliance with UK HSE and CDM regulations. Ensure site documentation is prepared and delivered for project handover and O&M or safety file compilation. Identify and escalate any risks to budget, programme or quality to Project Management team Manage materials, logistics and deliveries on site Interface management between stakeholders including: EPC, ICP, subcontractors, landowners, DNO’s, etc. Oversee construction activities, monitor progress, and adjust as necessary to meet project deadlines. Conduct regular site inspections and implement quality control measures to ensure workmanship meets specifications. Prepare and maintain accurate project documentation, including progress reports, site records, and safety records. Conducting visual inspections to ensure the quality of materials tools and equipment delivered directly to the site Monitor project progress and adjust schedules as necessary to ensure deadlines are met Communicate regularly with project stakeholders, including Project Management team and contractors Ensure that all project documentation is maintained and up-to-date Requirements Proven experience as a Site Manager/Supervisor in Solar PV projects in the UK UK valid driving license and willing to travel within the UK Strong knowledge of solar PV installations, construction methods, and industry best practices. Solid understanding of health and safety regulations and compliance requirements. Excellent project management and organizational skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple projects simultaneously Excellent communication skills Proficiency in English is required

Business Analyst (Financial Systems)

Scotland, Scotland

Our client is currently looking for a candidate with deep knowledge of the Finance domain. You will have strong change management experience gained in previous finance transformation roles.  A background in the energy sector would be beneficial but not a necessity. This role sits within the Systems stream of the Finance Transformation programme, a key initiative of which is implementation of Oracle FCCS (Financial Consolidation & Close), which forms part of the Finance Systems Strategy and Roadmap. Main Role Purpose The post holder will be responsible for facilitating the Consolidation & Close System design, developing and maintaining finance team, IT and other stakeholder engagement, and to support the business process change required to implement to all impacted systems. The post holder will be responsible for detailed process mapping, to identify and target data issues requiring remediation, and drive the necessary path clearing and data cleansing that is required to deliver the design.  The post holder needs to possess a broad knowledge of both finance processes and systems to be able to interpret findings, establish the root causes of issues and recommend remediation actions.  Responsibilities Delivering on programme assignments Ensuring customer (Business & Finance) satisfaction by providing timely, value-added services that meet or exceed expectation Manage stakeholder expectations spanning group business areas with conflicting priorities Developing trusted relationships with internal customers Ensuring management information is provided to and easily understood by programme lead, senior management & committees Ensuring timely escalation & control of risks, issues, dependencies and timelines Establishing best practices for development, leading Proof of Concept exercises for planning and reporting Understanding business models and help translate this into business requirements Working collaboratively with relevant teams Identifying opportunities for improvement Analysing data to provide recommendations of approach by identifying patterns and key issues Skills and Expertise Finance / Accounting Experience of delivering transformation projects within finance functions, either as a consultant or as part of an in-house change-delivery team. This could be financing technology projects (e.g. EPM or ERP implementations) and finance process-improvements Accounting qualification (CIMA, ACCA, ACA) desired Good understanding of financial consolidation & close and management accounting concepts Understanding of the impact of the relationship between finance and other functions (IT, risk, tax, compliance etc.) Projects / Business Analysis Understanding of the project lifecycle from requirements through to implementation Strong Business Analysis and demonstrated problem-solving skills, with an ability to work with stakeholders across all business functions to define requirements Ability to work with technology partners to translate these requirements into functional and technical design Appreciation of business and technical architecture Other Experience of Oracle EPM implementation desirable Strong relationship skills with experience in a customer relationship role Well-developed interpersonal, organisational, negotiation, problem-solving and communication skills Ability to professionally and effectively present information and respond to questions from all levels of management Excellent Excel skills combined with strong data analysis experience Be able to effectively adapt to changes in deliverables and timelines due to Programme prioritisation Be a team player as well as be able to proactively prioritise deliverables

Procurement Specialist

Poland,

Role Description Shape, deliver and maximise the value of Equinor’s existing and future contract portfolio within Renewables. Lead and participate in a cross-functional team for the establishment of specific procurement strategies both locally and as part of a global sourcing team.   Prepare and issue enquiries, manage and conduct bid evaluations, negotiations and prepare award recommendations.  Perform demand and market analysis in both global and local markets. Enhance our clients supply chain by ensuring compliance with our governing Supply Chain Management processes, with specific focus on Integrity Due Diligence, Human Rights assessments, Safety and Commercial Risk. Perform contract management from award to contract close-out with a focus on minimising value leakage, risk and promoting safety. Proactively ensure high quality stakeholder management both internally and towards Suppliers. Candidate Requirements Minimum 3 – 5 years' experience within procurement activities, supporting large scale and high value projects. Strategic and Commercial mindset with strong negotiation and interpersonal skills. Positive “let’s do it” attitude and enthusiasm, high level of personal integrity and ethical awareness. Independent and flexible, with the ability to work within and lead the procurement process for multidisciplinary teams across the organisation. Skilled in developing, utilising and extending network of internal and external stakeholders. Fluent Polish and English

Automation Engineer

Poland,

Role Description Serve as a leading interface for electrical power systems automation and protection scope between global project team and local stakeholders. Support development of automation and protection scope and follow up related issues in studies as well as maturation of deliveries within automation systems as required per project phase. Develop and maintain local (Polish) requirements for automation and protection package in line with our client standards and aligned with global project team. Ensure safe, trouble-free and cost-efficient operation of the automation and protection technology and the production-related information systems as well as their continuous further development at the Offshore Wind Farm. Contribute to the development of the ESI (electrical system infrastructure) Product Line as part of a team of experienced engineers and project leaders focusing on project deliveries within IACS (Industrial Automation & Control Systems), telecommunication and networks for offshore wind and other renewables. Contribute to the development of category strategy and supplier relations for the IACS segment. Deliver product scope as an integrated part projects, incl. technical product concepts and recommended suppliers and ways of working. Candidate Requirements At least 10 years of professional experience in electrical power systems automation and protection engineering with minimum 5 years spent in electrical power systems development. Project development experience, preferably from offshore wind and renewable energy. Extensive technical and practical knowledge of automation and protection systems and its components. Good knowledge of automation and protection systems supplier market, capabilities, and industry standards. Experience in automation and protection of wind farms is preferred. Strong collaboration and communication skills. Fluent Polish and English.

Offtake Program Coordinator

New York, New York, United States

Pay Rate: $29 - $39 per hourThe Offtake Program Coordinator will be responsible for supporting offshore wind projects’ portfolio of OREC commitments and administration, including supporting contract deliverables, monitoring project development status, maintaining project data, and developing reports. Requirements Bachelor’s degree required; 1-3 years’ experience in an administrative environment; Experience with common business software tools, such as Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel); Attention to detail, research and exceptional organizational skills; Excellent communication skills; Appetite to take ownership of tasks from start to finish; Ability to successfully work independently, multi-task, set priorities, and meet deadlines; Ability to combine multi-disciplinary inputs and work with the team to meet deadlines; International Consideration Our client regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-limited visa status for this position. Activities Prepares and delivers on-time high quality, detailed and comprehensive documentation in compliance with NYSERDA and NJBPU reporting requirements for the Attentive Energy awarded offshore wind projects. Coordinates with team members, especially with the Economic Development team, Project Controls Team, and the Permitting & Environmental Compliance Specialist, to gather project updates that satisfy regular progress reporting requirements and contractual obligations set by each state agency. This includes, but is not limited to, reporting of: economic benefits, fisheries and environmental activities, permitting, construction planning, equipment purchases and delivery, stakeholder engagement, job creation and employment, and project schedule. Receives and reviews content inputs from the team. Closely monitor status of inputs and track deadlines. Reviews and proofreads content for reports to ensure compliance with all requirements set forth in the solicitation’s RFP / Solicitation Guidance Document and the Purchase and Sale Agreement / Board Order. Ensures alignment and consistency of content across reports and previously submitted bid proposal documents. Ensure documentation is concise and polished while reflecting Attentive Energy values, culture, and mission. Coordinates with internal and external parties to ensure proper review of reports, including legal review and design/formatting. Creates, maintains, updates and track documents and data related to renewable energy contracts Coordinates with legal counsel, finance, accounting, purchasing, accounts payable/receivable and other key stakeholders Performs market assessments, maintains awareness of offshore wind market and competitor activities; Performs other tasks as assigned Reports to NYC office 3 days per week with willingness to travel on a periodic basis, including to meet with New York and New Jersey state agencies related to OREC contract administration and compliance topics. Context & Environment Our client is committed to balancing flexibility while fostering strong relationships among their team members. Their office-based employees work together from dynamic workspaces 3 days per week to build teamwork through collaboration while also having the flexibility to work from home 2 days per week. Our client currently has offices in San Francisco, Boston, Austin, Houston, and NYC.

WTG Engineer

London, Greater London, South East, England

The position is in London with flexibility on work from home or elsewhere with regular visits to London. Frequent business travel in Europe and possibly further afield may be required for this post. Our client is looking for a WTG Engineer to join the Engineering team. You will work as part of the wider project development team enabling the project definition supporting in a variety of topics associated with the works.The WTG Package Engineer will play a key role in defining the optimal solution for the part of the scope associated with the project. This role with report to our client’s Head of Technical. The WTG Engineer will support the WTG package manager within the JV structure and will provide support in leading the package’s engineering strategy during the development phase of the project, as well as supporting procurement activities if and where required to achieve a successful FID.The successful candidate will have strong project management skills and knowledge of WTG technologies including overall construction and commissioning of offshore wind farms which are required for an offshore wind farm. Experience working in offshore wind is not required though this will be an advantage, and transferable skills from a related industry will be necessary.The WTG Package Engineer will be responsible for supporting the delivery of the Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) supply, installation and commissioning works, including but not limited to project engineering, document control and construction planning and execution activities. The role requires strong collaboration with other technical, commercial and legal aspects of the project, and will include leading on aspects of interface management, commissioning coordination and construction planning works, as required by WTG Package Manager.The WTG Package Engineer will support the WTG Package Manager in delivering on all aspects of the WTG package works, including interfacing with other disciplines and packages within the project. Support to the WTG Package Manager in the engineering and detailed design phase of the package, from both a technical and project management perspective. Play an active role in WTG document management and delivering on key package requirements. Provide good and clear communication with internal and external package stakeholders. Manage and appropriately prioritise discrete work packages alongside delivering within larger work packages with shared responsibilities. Main Responsibilities Support the WTG package through WTG supply, installation, commissioning and handover to O&M. Management of subconsultants ensuring that HSSE requirements are appropriately accounted for in the designs and that quality requirements are met. Develop a detailed knowledge of the employer requirements, the WTG, the construction programme and the associated interfaces as required. Undertake and appropriately document technical assessments of package options, managing inputs from internal and external sources. Identify and manage interfaces between the WTG package and other work packages in accordance with the project’s interface management system. Provide ongoing technical support to other technical and non-technical departments (Consenting & Environment, Stakeholders, Procurement, H&S, Project Control, etc.) as necessary across the project lifecycle to ensure the successful completion of the project. Provide confident and competent management of contractors. Promote good practice in respect to quality, health, safety and environment within the WTG package’s scope, including ensuring all project procedures and policies are implemented. SCADA support throughout the commissioning and handover of the WTG assets as well as supporting Grid testing. Any other support as required from the WTG Package Manager. Reviewing and/or preparation technical specifications, schedules and other technical documentation, and contributing to related WTG Works. Management of technical documentation, including coordination of inputs from other project packages, and external parties such as consultants. Provide support in facilitating and documenting technical review of OEM platforms and provide the required inputs to any evaluation models / reports generated. Manage the Technical Queries and/or Communication Note tracking for the WTG Package. Provide cover for WTG package engagement with document control system. Tracking and review of all WTG NCRs, component deliveries, SoQs, walkdown inspection and take over inspections. Consent compliance tracking with the WTG supplier. Contribute to RAMS review for all relevant WTG Package Works. Management and tracking of the As-Built documentation to be handed over the O&M. Support the requirements of the WTG Package in maintaining effective and organised control of construction works, with focus on safety, quality, cost, and programme. Produce and present other reports to the project team, project management and or external parties as necessary during the course of the project. Minimum Requirements Be degree educated in engineering or a related field with extensive years of experience Be chartered or working towards chartered status Have strong relationship management skills Have highly transferable skills from a related industry (for those without offshore wind experience) Excellent written and oral communication skills in multicultural environments, with the ability to enable effective discussion and cooperate with international partners in a constructive manner. Ability to proactively drive positive change. Highly proficient in spoken and written English. Significant years’ experience ideally with the majority in the offshore wind sector specifically working with Turbine Supply Agreements and/or Service and Maintenance Agreements Knowledge and understanding of UK energy supply chain sector, industry organizations and practices. Knowledge of the WTG OEM technologies is required Experience in reviewing technical documentation required for TSA and SMA contracts Basic understanding of the UK Contract for Difference (CFD) process Specific Role Competencies Ability to carry out/ participate in optioneering to obtain the most favourable outcomes/ solutions Previous experience and knowledge in offshore wind farm construction Good understanding of risk mitigation practices. Good understanding of CDM duties within the UK Knowledge in offshore construction programme as well as the interfacing packages schedules As a minimum, an understanding of EN 50308, CDM Regulations, Health and Safety at Work Act, LOLER, PUWER. A good knowledge of WTG technology, with offshore WTGs and installation methods an advantage. Knowledge of the relevant regulations, codes and standards. Proficient in basic Microsoft packages (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project). Facilitates and supports creative solutions to problems. Ability to work and deliver against challenging constraints. Excellent organization skills with the ability to manage own workload, meet timescales and coordinate a number of external and internal stakeholders, sometimes under tight timescales.

Onshore HV Senior Authorised Person

United Kingdom,

Scope Fulfil the following roles in accordance with the Operational Safety Rules on systems up to 400kV: Senior Authorised Person (L3) Safety Coordinator System Controller Participate in all provided training and authorisation processes to achieve and maintain required authorisations Take responsibility in ensuring Safety from The System is achieved and all required documentation is prepared and issued prior to all work commencing. Assess each job on a task-by-task basis. Identifying all necessary precautions. Supervise Contractors and ensure use of correct PPE, equipment and working practices. Prepare/review Method Statements and Risk Assessments for work on site. Support the Location/Responsible Manager in the development and production of all required Local Management Instructions. Fully support the Location/Responsible Manager and coordinate the necessary documentation control procedures associated with operational safety rules. Ensuring known status at all times. Participate in onshore shift rotation and 24/7 callout rota during transitional phase of commissioning. Responsibilites Arrange necessary Safety Documents for work on the 400kV, HVDC/OFTO and WFO plant & apparatus, working alongside National Grid Senior Authorised Persons and coordinate cross boundary activities via the Record of Inter System Safety Precaution (RISSP) process. Coordinate Senior Authorised Person tasks/activities on and offshore. Support the Location/Responsible Manager with the preparation of all site specific training, assessments and audits required for personnel to be authorised for works on the offshore wind farm Support the Location/Responsible Manager with all offshore wind authorisation panels. Support the Commissioning Manager with the specification and procurement of the approved tools and equipment that will be required to implement the operational safety rules. Certifications Senior Authorised Person (SAP) status within a Distribution Network Operator, National Grid or Offshore Wind Farm to 400kV. Relevant technical education, for example, time served apprenticeship or similar with a HNC qualification (or equivalent) in an electrical engineering discipline. IOSH/NEBOSH Certification. Valid National Grid Persons (Substations) certification. Other Requirements Significant and demonstrable experience working in a similar capacity. Proven track record in a client role Fluent written and verbal English with good communication skills. Self-starting with planning/coordination and problem-solving abilities. Good standard of IT literacy (i.e. MS Office). Ability to produce project specific documentation as required to support the project and implementation of Company procedures. Provide all standard Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) as required to perform your role.

Technical Integrity - Automation and Telecommunication

United Kingdom,

Description Of Assignment Including Tasks and ResponsibilityBy joining Technical Integrity and Operational Support you will have the opportunity to: Be responsible for the technical integrity of automation, telecoms, network, cybersecurity, and operational technology (OT) equipment on operational assets. Own performance standards related to automation and telecom safety critical equipment. Ensure implementation of all Automation and Telecoms related maintenance programs with a focus on safety and security critical maintenance. Review technical queries and requests relating to automation and telecoms and evaluate modification proposals. Participate in Asset Integrity meetings using company tools to manage and visualise technical integrity of the windfarm. Provide operational support to ops engineers in all technical matters. Manage the technical document library and Life Cycle Information (LCI) to ensure accurate information is maintained for the operational assets. Contribute to continuous improvement culture by participating in industry networks and sharing knowledge. Some infrequent offshore visits to support maintenance and fault-finding activities may be required. Work related competence  QualificationsA good technical understanding of automation, telecoms, and operational technology equipment, preferably with experience of working in the following areas: Wind farm control systems design and implementation SCADA system design, specification, installation and commissioning Cyber security risk assessment and mitigation Telecommunications systems including analogue and digital radio, LTE, CCTV, and multiplexing. Hold a Masters degree. 5 years’ experience working in a similar role may compensate for formal qualifications.

66kV Authorized Person

Taipei, Taibei, Taiwan

Our client is looking for a Senior Authorised Person to join their team. You will be at the forefront of the offshore wind industry, owning, developing, managing and maintaining our client’s Project Electrical transmission system. The Senior Authorised Person will implement the electrical safety rules on site, including the safe system of work. Coordinate HV/MV commissioning activities thought the project construction stages. Advise operationally on HV electrical installations to WTG, Offshore Substations and both HV offshore and onshore cables. You will also oversee all HV/MV Electrical Operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV network. You will be prepared to work rotation offshore throughout the construction phase of the project on a rotational basis. Key Responsibilities Safety coordination in electrical matters Working under Electrical Safety Rules Outage management and network control in collaboration with the Control Engineers Inspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical matters Coordinate with the Lead SAP to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Lead Commissioning Management Prepare and check the switching schedules and safety document. Operate and safely isolate HV & MV equipment Check method statements for electrical matters Implement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rules Onsite check of switching programs Support Offshore and Onshore packages Issue Permits and other relevant safety documents Qualifications & Key Skills Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope. 5 years of operation and commissioning experience within the field of high voltage electricity, offshore experience preferable Minimum 2 year of working experience within onshore or offshore substations systems Minimum 1 year of working experience within wind turbines Full suite of GWO Certification inc. Medical and Chester Step

Senior Authorised Person - 66kV OCP

United Kingdom,

Scope Of Works Fulfil the following roles in accordance with the Operational Safety Rules on the WFO systems up to 66kV: 66kV Senior Authorised Person Participate in all provided training and authorisation processes to achieve and maintain required authorisations. Provide coordination and Safety Rules technical support for the project Take responsibility in ensuring Safety from The System is achieved and all required documentation is prepared and issued prior to all work commencing. Responsible for co-ordination of all WFO Senior Authorised Person activities associated with the commissioning stage and continued operation of the WFO HV network including breakdown response where necessary. Assess each job on a task-by-task basis. Identifying all necessary precautions as required. Carryout onsite supervision of Persons and third-party contractors whilst ensuring the use of correct PPE, equipment and working practices throughout. Prepare/review Method Statements and Risk Assessments for work on site. Support where required, the Location/Responsible Manager in the development and production all required Local Management Instructions. Support where required, the Responsible Manager coordinating the necessary documentation and control procedures associated with Operational Safety Rules. Ensuring known status at all times. Responsibilities Arrange necessary Safety Documents for work on the 66kV, HV Plant and Apparatus Support the Location/Responsible Manager with the preparation of all site specific training, assessments and audits required for personnel to be authorised for works. Arrange necessary Safety Documentation, Commissioning Switching Programmes and other relevant documentation concerned with the energisation and commissioning of the 66kV WFO network. Support the Commissioning Manager with the specification and procurement of the approved tools and equipment that will be required to implement the Operational Safety Rules Certifications Senior Authorised Person (SAP) status within a Distribution Network Operator, National Grid or Offshore Wind Farm (up to 66Kv). Relevant technical education, for example, time served apprenticeship or similar with a HNC qualification (or equivalent) in an electrical engineering discipline. IOSH/NEBOSH Certification or equivalent Safety Passport/Competency Card. Full GWO Certification (inc. Advanced Rescue and Enhanced First Aid) HUET with CA-EBS GWO Slinger/Banksman (or equivalent) Other Requirements Significant and demonstrable experience working in a similar capacity. Proven track record in a client role Fluent written and verbal English with good communication skills. Self-starting with planning/coordination and problem-solving abilities. Good standard of IT literacy (i.e. MS Office). Ability to produce project specific documentation as required to support the project and implementation of Company procedures. Potential Limited travel to Batam, Indonesia may be required for witnessing and testing of the Offshore Converter Platform prior to sail away. Therefore, all required vaccinations to travel to Batam, Indonesia (including Covid-19) shall be required. Provide all standard Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) as required to perform your role.

Low Voltage Authorised Person (LV-AP)

Taiwan,

Scope Safety coordination in electrical matters Working under Electrical Safety Rules Inspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical matters Provide guidance to EPCI Contractors towards Installation & Commissioning Matters Prepare and check the Low Voltage switching schedules and Low Voltage safety documents Operate and safely isolate LV equipment where needed Provide guidance to EPCI Contractors towards achieving LV-AP Status Check method statements for electrical matters Support Offshore and Onshore packages Safety coordination in electrical matters Working under Electrical Safety Rules Inspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical matters Provide guidance to EPCI Contractors towards Installation & Commissioning Matters Prepare and check the Low Voltage switching schedules and Low Voltage safety documents Operate and safely isolate LV equipment where needed Provide guidance to EPCI Contractors towards achieving LV-AP Status Check method statements for electrical matters Support Offshore and Onshore packages Qualifications / Certificates Required       Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to Installation & Commissioning Inc. LOTO 3 years of Installation & commissioning experience within the Electrical Industry, preferably Onshore or Offshore substations. Minimum 1 year of working experience within onshore or offshore substations systems. Minimum 1 year of working within a Permit work system at a supervisory level Full suite of GWO Certification inc. Medical and Chester Step Fluent in English both written and verbal Chinese Language skills would be an added benefit

HV Network Control Engineer

Taichung City, Taichung, Taiwan

Scope Co-ordinating all outages and activities affecting the High Voltage System Giving consent for the release of Equipment from service Giving consent for all High Voltage Switching whether pre-arranged or not, except in cases of emergency switching Communicating and liaising directly with all Authorized Persons and Senior Authorized Persons who are carrying out activities on the System Initiate Site-specific Emergency Response procedures and warning of any situations that could affect Personnel working on the System. Maintaining a written record of all High Voltage Switching, the issue and cancellation of safety documents. Operation of the supervisory control and data acquisition system (SCADA) and recording of Equipment status and maintaining a log of all operational activities on the System Safety coordination in electrical matters Outage management and network control in collaboration with the Lead Commissioning Manager or Lead SAP Coordinate with the Lead Commissioning Project Manager or Lead SAP to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Project Management Prepare and issue high voltage switching schedules Check method statements for electrical matters Qualifications / Certificates Required Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope. 10 years of operation and commissioning experience within the field of high voltage electricity, offshore experience preferable Minimum 5 year of working experience within offshore wind Project inc. onshore nad offshore substations systems Minimum 1 year of working experience as a Control Engineer Fluent in English (Chinese is beneficial)

Site Manager (Civil)

United Kingdom,

The Site Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the civil and M&E scope delivery at the site. The role will involve working as part of a team to achieve delivery of this strategically important project on time whilst adhering to all safety regulations, quality standards and project specifications.Location: Glasgow, Reading, or Remote Working Main ResponsibilitiesWorking as part of a team.Develop and demonstrate strong leadership skills.Develop skills to be able to work independently whilst under the guidance / supervision of the Senior Project Manager.Develop and demonstrate a strong understanding of High Voltage Power Systems where relevant.Apply the company Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental assurance system and policies where relevant and make suggestions to improve and adhere to best practice.Organise and maintain the Hunterston site so that work is carried out to the required standard with minimum risk to employees, other contractors, the public, equipment or materials and in accordance with the requirements of the site’s Construction Phase Plan.Update the health and safety file appropriately.Follow all published guidelines, standards, policies and procedures to ensure a satisfactory delivery of work.Maintain and develop competence level and technical skills to ensure delivery to high standards.Attend training as required to maintain knowledge and application of systems and procedures.Oversee the delivery of the BESS project from a site perspective.Liaise with the client on site where appropriate.Manage subcontractors’ performance at site.Review contractors RAMS and associated Health and Safety documentation and ensuring that subcontractors are working to company and Lloyds National Electricity Registration Scheme Standards. Ensuring that sub-contractors are working and keeping to the issued Method Statements, Risk Assessments, Work Instructions and DesignsOrder short lead time materials and plant through the accounts department. Liaising with sub-contractors, ensuring that all materials are ordered and on site for when sub-contractors works are programmed in for execution.Carry out site audits.Organise mobilisation of major projects.Deliver scheduled/unscheduled work to time and standard in accordance with company procedure and guidance.Maintain awareness of our clients Health & Safety policy and company policies and keep up to date on changes that impact your role.Adhere to the Safety Rules, of the business and its customers.Complete and record risk assessments and Daily Diary sheets as instructed by the Site-based Project Manager.Take reasonable care of yourself and others who may be affected by your actions.Promptly record all accidents and near misses.Report any concerns regarding Safety, Health or the Environment to your site-based Project Manager and SHEQ Site-representative.Use all machinery, equipment, substances, transport and plant appropriately and in line with company guidancePerson Specification Essential CriteriaA minimum of 5 years’ experience working as a Civils / Electrical Site Manager for grid connections/renewable energyA minimum of 5 years’ experience working as an Electrical Tradesman for an ICP/DNO.Working experience on both private and DNO electricity networks, with both LV and HV experience.Safety Passport/CSCS.Highly organised with an ability to prioritise.Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal).Ability to effectively problem solve and think outside the box.Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to build rapport with ease.Professional demeanour and presentation.Self-motivated, driven and goal orientated.Proactive nature and initiative-taking approach to work tasks.Willingness to develop and learn new skills.Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, Outlook).Excellent attention to detail with an eye for accuracy.Ability to handle sensitive matters with discretion and maintain confidentiality at all times.Team player attitude.A high regard for safety.A clean UK driving licence.A flexible approach to working hours and travel. The site manager position is naturally site based.Desirable CriteriaDNO or NG Authorisations.Forklift/telehandler operative to CPSP.

Land Manager

Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland, Scotland

Our client is looking for an experienced Land Manager who will be primarily responsible for negotiating Heads of Terms and Options and Leases (and any other alternative structure) to deliver full land assembly packages for the development of our clients offshore wind sites. This role will also be responsible for co-ordinating all issues arising for active sites and associated leases.  Main AccountabilitiesTo provide ongoing advice to the project and wider business management on:The status of land agreements and land rights.Risks of land agreements and rights.Requirements for land agreements and rights.Take a lead role in delivering land rights and any associated land matters.Represent the company in negotiating viable and cost-effective land deals that allow renewable energy projects to progress from initial site search through to agreed Heads of Terms in a timely manner so that external legal firms are then able to assist in concluding legal contracts.Negotiate and secure land assembly packages for the development of the sites.Provide support to the wider team in their efforts to develop a successful business plan and to provide specific help with land.Identify and make initial approach to landowners on behalf of the company for any proposed development site.Instruct and effectively manage land agents, consultants, and external solicitors in relation to securing land agreements and maintaining existing operational agreements.Represent the company professionally, establishing and maintaining good relationships with landowners, tenant farmers, land managers, forestry managers or others who own and manage land to ensure they are well informed of developments and progress.On occasion, be required to represent the Company at liaison meetings, consultations, and landowner meetings etc.Work with the wider team members to achieve both individual and corporate Key Financial and Non-Financial targets.Work closely with the Communications & Stakeholder team, sharing information, proactively reporting relevant concerns, and taking part in communications briefings and events (related to community and land engagement)Provide onsite land management support to the wider team during any survey and construction periodsExperience/RequirementsEducated to degree level (ideally rural surveying, estate management or a relevant discipline).Professional Qualification and/or experience preferably related to land / property, legal or energy.Specialist knowledge of working with land agreements is essential, as is familiarity with property law, and Compulsory Purchase Orders.Maintain Chartered Surveyor status or demonstrate progression towards chartered ship (desired).Sound knowledge of sustainable land management practices.Up to date understanding of the energy markets and issues pertinent to the valuation of land for renewable energy projects (desired).A good understanding of the farming and forestry sectors is highly desirable.Comfortable dealing with business-to-business and business-to-customer transactions.Flexible and adaptive approach to work; comfortable with regular travel.Confident and experienced negotiator.

SHEW Advisor

United Kingdom,

Main PurposeReporting to the SHW Manager Renewables - Solar & Battery (SB) Onshore Development and Constructions, you will support multiple Onshore Development projects to ensure application of consistent SHW compliance and to keep people, assets, and the environment safe from harm.A key element of this role is to develop a suite of Onshore Project SHE documentation covering all aspects of an onshore Solar & Battery (SB) development project and ensuring these are consistently applied across all our projects.Duties include, actively applying and promoting the relevant health, safety and well-being policies and standards across the project. Establishing and managing appropriate operational standards, processes, communication, and training to ensure SHW risks are appropriately controlled within statutory parameters for the project.Development and implementation of effective controls and appropriate standards to reinforce and share best practice.The SHW Advisor will support the SHW Manager Renewables Onshore (SB), Development and Construction to build and maintain firm relationships through strong engagement with key stakeholders including Regulatory Authorities, Industry Bodies, Designers, Contractors, and joint venture partners.Share lessons learnt from incident investigations across the project.Carry out assurance audits against the application/implementation of the Safety Charter as well as reinforcing positive and challenging negative behaviours when observed.Key Accountabilities Trusted PartnerSupporting the SHW Manager (S&B) to ensure the provision of the necessary support and guidance for Onshore Renewable (S&B) projects to be able to manage their risks.Complete due diligence exercises, SHW assessments/audits of businesses, organisations, and contractors.Deputise for the SHW (S&B) Manager when required.Project/ Asset ManagementSupport the SHW Manager (S&B) to ensure that the correct resources are allocated and that the projects within their remit are delivered minimising TRIR, AFR and environmental impact.Review for acceptance package specific SHW documentation submitted by subcontractors.Behavioural Safety Capability & CompetencyWorking with the wider Renewables Capital Projects SHW team to deliver the Safety Family requirements in line with the Safety Programme, ensuring this is delivered in a clear, consistent, and frequent way including working with Preferred / Strategic Contractors to develop stronger, safer, and respectful relationships on site.Support the SHW Manager (S&B) to enhance the capabilities of their project managers to engage with their teams on all safety matters to support the reduction of the frequency and severity of incidents across the project.The SHW Advisor will support the SHW (S&B) Manager with a range of assurance activities to ensure the standards are set at the correct levels for the behavioural safety capability and competency across the project.The SHW advisor will support the SHE Manager (S&B) in ensuring the correct culture in relation to behavioural safety across the project.Regulatory and Enforcement Agencies, Third PartiesIn the absence of the project SHW Manager the SHW Advisor may be required to engage with relevant third-party agencies and organisations to ensure that the project team is well represented externally in line with project requirements.Recruitment, Selection, Management, and Development Support the development of project staff on Occupational Health, Safety, and Wellbeing and wider behavioural safety (Safety Family).Business Management SHW SupportThe SHW Advisor will provide support, guidance and advice for Project Managers and project teams.Incident Management and SupportEnsure effective support is provided to the project team for serious incidents.Lead on investigations as appropriate.Apply a range of SHW tools and techniques to determine the root cause of an injury/illness/incident to avoid recurrence.Manage the escalation process and ensure incidents are reviewed, recorded, communicated, and reported at the appropriate levels.The SHW Advisor will support the SHW (S&B) Manager to apply the SHW tools and techniques to determine appropriate and timely remedial actions and communications to relevant stakeholders.Local Safety Group supportProvide direct leadership support to Local Safety Committees as required.Deputise for the project SHW Manager (S&B) when required.Group SHEW Team Audit ProgrammeSupport the development and adherence of the audit programme in conjunction with the SHE Support and Assurance team. Evaluate SHEW performance including leading indicators, SHEW policy compliance and cultural profile for business and group level assurance purposes, including and highlighting regulatory changes.Ensure that project team are fully briefed in relation to findings and related actions.SHW Strategy & SHE Documentation StandardsContribute to design and delivery of the projects overall, SHW (S&B) strategy. Support, design and implement programmes, material and initiatives relating to the Safety Charter, SSoW and Contractor SafetyKnowledge, Skills, and ExperienceExperience of managing high hazard industry risks related to the onshore wind renewable industry.Application of SHW policies and strategies in a project environment.Working Knowledge and application construction regulationsExperience in procuring, managing, and monitoring performance associated with contractor and supplier appointments.Understanding of development, design, and construction activities.Experience in a similar role for a large-scale onshore construction projectExperience of pre-assembly, Installation, and commissioning activities.Experience of new build onshore substations and the processes involved with managing safety from the system.Experience in Incident Investigation using a formal recognised process.Experience reviewing and commenting on contractor construction phase plans and HSE plans.Essential Functional / Technical SkillsUndergraduate qualification in Occupational Health and Safety Management and/or hold a scientific, environmental, civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering qualification or sufficient industry experience (Minimum of 3 years)Registered member of IOSH or equivalent professional body (or desire to work towards)Detailed knowledge of qualitative and quantitative risk assessments techniquesGood understanding of SHEW Management Systems, SHEW Risks & Republic of Ireland Legal FrameworkTrained and experienced in Incident Investigation.Determine degree of statutory compliance and anticipate the potential impact of new legislation.Managing specialist SHW technical disciplinesSHW review of design, construction, and operations solutionsFully understands the commercial impact of decisions.Ability to produce business level and operational level SHE related documentation including procedures, guidance notes and contractual requirements.Personal Attributes / CompetenciesActs as a Role model to establish effective team working.Committed to and believes in the leadership team(s) and their decisions and actions.Maintains business focus.Facilitates and supports creative solutions to problems.Ability to work and deliver against challenging constraints.Confident personality – ability to coach senior leaders and challenge their approach effectively.Streetwise – ability to engage and communicate effectively with people all levels.Awareness of personal and corporate safety practices.Ability to proactively drive positive change.

Vessel Manager

United Kingdom,

Our client’s project has chartered a Service Operations Vessel (SOV) which will support the main offshore construction phase and into the commissioning phase, which is a period programmed to be over 2 years. Therefore, our client is looking for an Offshore Vessel Manager who will be based on the SOV and have primary responsibility for reporting on service delivery and overall management of the key functions of the vessel. The OVM functionally reports to the General Site Manager (GSM) who retains overall responsibility for the management of the offshore site. The role includes management of project resources resident on the SOV supported also by the respective leads in each of the operational disciplines (e.g. Commissioning Lead, Principal Contractor Deputy Offshore Site Manager (DOSM), OSM Works Manager etc.). The OVM will work closely with the DOSM, who will also reside onboard the SOV, to ensure that the project priorities are identified and implemented in accordance with requirements.The role requires extensive experience of the management of offshore wind farm construction, including a thorough understanding and appreciation of CDM Regulations and the applicable duties of Client, Principal Contractor, Contractors etc. ResponsibilitiesVessel readiness and operational planning – working with the SOV Package team to monitor progress of vessel readiness for charter and operations, ensuring timely delivery of SOV Contractor processes and procedures.Responsible for outlining their own working patterns and maximising effective use of SOV assets, setting timings for vessel meetings, transfer times, manifesting.Initial establishment of operational facilities on board the SOV including office set-ups, IT systems, space allocations, signage and notices etc (this is a smaller part of the role at the very early stages during SOV mobilisation and start of offshore works).Primary interface and offshore single point of contact with the SOV on behalf of the Project. The OVM will be responsible implementing vessel priorities based on the agreed or instructed requirements from the offshore site management team, and communicating these in a timely manner to the MCC and SOV bridge team. This will also include allocation of teams to SOV daughter craft, CTVs and helicopters to ensure the most effective use of resource. This is a key part of the role, hence demonstration of effective communication skills is essential. As this requirement is dynamic, demonstration of how to effectively manage and coordinate change also a key requirement.Management of project resources resident on board the SOV – setting and chairing daily meeting structure, managing offshore personnel issues, managing office/stores/workshop allocations, monitoring vessel performance standards. This is another key part of the role, therefore the OVM needs not only the competence to manage and influence a diverse group of people, but also the awareness of how issues onboard may affect the wider Project.Liaising with teams to identify and manage competing priorities in consideration of SIMOPS. This will include managing an escalation process where priorities cannot be agreed or met.Supporting the DOSM with offshore Tactical Emergency Response in the event of an offshore incident.Reporting on SOV Key Performance Indicator (KPI) metrics – monitoring of vessel performance against KPI’s and reporting accordingly. Working with SOV team to identify and implement improvements in vessel operational procedures. This is an area that needs significant focus in the early stages of the Project to ensure the SOV is performing as contracted.Daily reporting of vessel operations – preparation and issue of a DPR to the shore-based team outlining operations on a daily basis.Safety reporting of vessel operations/near misses/observations – implementation of safety improvements, safety briefings on project wide issues to vessel teams, feedback of actions to vessel teams.Planning and management of actions for planned port calls – agreeing port call times and durations with SOV, communicating same to all stakeholders, ensuring that port call activities are planned and implemented to mitigate risk of vessel delay.Incident management support – supporting the OSMT in incident response and management including directing necessary vessel/medic movements and liaison with marine coordination team. Ensuring the SOV contractor complies with the CPP for any direct involvement in incidents.Reporting to the GSM on a routine basis and by exception all incidents, organisational, risk and programme status and issues.Regular appraisal of all relevant, SOV related, offshore site management safety and operational documentation and processes to ensure coherence and relevance.CertificationsAll GWO offshore modules including Enhanced First AidHUET with CA-EBS (Note A valid and in-date Fit To Train certificate is required)Hold an OGUK Medical including Chester Step Test (or equivalent fitness test)Safety qualifications such as NEBOSH or IOSH Managing SafetyCDM related qualifications an advantageOther RequirementsStrong coordination and leadership skills, highly motivated, confident and resourceful.Excellent communication skills, able to communicate effectively within a diverse team.The capability to work within a team, to lead a local team of resources, and to manage competing demands from the project.High level of confidence working independently and autonomously.Knowledge, experience or formal training in emergency response managementA degree or further education in Engineering or equivalent would be an advantage.Requires an excellent understanding of marine management and construction practices, including offshore lifting operations.Proven track record managing construction and/or vessel operations on Offshore Wind Farms.Fluent spoken and written EnglishWillingness to work offshore (transfer by ship and helicopter, working at sea)

Deputy Offshore Site Manager

United Kingdom,

The Deputy Offshore Site Manager (DOSM) will have shared responsibility for the management of the site establishment and works co-ordination for the Offshore Site including foundations, cable, WTGS and Offshore Converter Platform.The Deputy Offshore Site Manager functionally reports to the Offshore Site Manager and has responsibility for the day to day management of the offshore site construction activities. The role also includes management of the Offshore Site Management Team (OSMT) resident on the SOV. The Offshore Site Manager may delegate to the Deputy Offshore Site Manager elements of the site management tasks necessary to fulfil the role of Principal Contractor under the CDM Regulations 2015 for offshore construction activities. The DOSM will also need to be trained to the level of Temporary Works Co-ordinator and be appointed by the Designated Individual (DI). The role requires extensive experience of the management of offshore wind farm construction, including a thorough understanding and appreciation of the Principal Contractor duties under the CDM Regulations. The DOSM will be the senior person working offshore and the first port of call for Contractors working in the site. The DOSM will work alongside the Offshore Site Manager, Marine Operations Lead, Offshore Services Package Manager and the Health and Safety Manager and will be supported by the Construction Coordination team. ResponsibilitiesOffshore site management activities with respect to the offshore works including, Health, Safety, Environment, Security, Maintenance Pre-Handover and team management.Senior PC and OSMT representative on board SOVPC representative offshore and responsible for daily works coordinationReporting to OSMPrimary point of delivery/reference offshore for all Principal Contractor procedures and processes.Responsible end user of General Authorisation to Work (GATW) system (Check vs RACI matrix)Immediate Principal Contractor offshore Tactical incident coordination/management responsibility. Escalation to OSM/GSM as required.Liaison where applicable with the Project Managers and their respective Package Managers who are fully responsible for the installation of their components of the wind farm.Liaison where applicable with the Commissioning Manager who is responsible for operating the HV Safety Rules for all energised plant.Fulfilling project requirements under the project controls and governance system.Reporting to the Offshore Site Manager on a routine basis and by exception all incidents, organisational, risk and programme status and issues.Liaison with the OVM with matters relating to the SOV and communicating where necessary with the OSM.Assist with the establishment and maintenance of the Offshore Site Safe system of work including access management (GATWs), safety from the system, marine coordination, communications, emergency response and rescue, welfare, waste management, maintenance pre-handover etc.Carry out review on contractor documentation in line with the requirements of the CPP.Where necessary carry out a review of proposed MOC and escalate to OSM as required.Carry out proactive work place inspections and challenge working practices as necessary and escalate to the OSM.Ensure that the duties of the Principal Contractor are fulfilled for the Offshore Site under CDM including:Plan, monitor and manage offshore construction until handover to Operations.Ensure a system of site coordination meetings and reporting.Ensure the Construction Phase Plan and Site rules are written, distributed to contractors and maintained.Ensure suitable welfare facilities and in place and maintained.Ensure Contractors’ Health & Safety Plans are sufficient and suitably maintained.Ensure Contractors Environmental Management Plans are maintained.Carry out competence assessments to ensure competence of all appointees.Ensure suitable Risk Assessments and Method Statements are in place.Ensure a safe system of work offshore incorporating the HV Safety Rules is operated.CertificationsAll GWO offshore modules including Enhanced First AidHUET with CA-EBS (Note A valid and in-date Fit To Train certificate is required)Hold an OGUK Medical including Chester Step Test (or equivalent fitness test)High level safety qualifications such as NEBOSH or IOSH Managing SafetyCDM related qualifications an advantageTemporary Works Co-ordinator trainedOther RequirementsStrong coordination and leadership skills, highly motivated, confident, and resourceful.Proven track record managing offshore site construction and coordination on Offshore Wind Farms.Proven knowledge and experience in the operation of SSoW to facilitate construction and commissioning activitiesKnowledge, experience, or formal training in emergency response managementA degree or further education in Engineering or equivalent would be an advantage.An excellent understanding of marine management, construction practices, heavy lifting and HV commissioning.The ability to control and enforce CDM (2015) and Health and Safety requirements.The capability to work within a team and to manage competing demands from the project.The ability to work remotely and self-motivated.Excellent communication skills, able to communicate effectively within a team.Fluent spoken and written EnglishWillingness to work offshore (transfer by ship and helicopter, working at sea)

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