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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


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:

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. 

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.

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 

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 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

Environmental Manager Auditor

London, Greater London, South East, England

Key ResponsibilitiesYou will be responsible for establishing and implementing the environmental Policies, Strategy, procedures and protocols to support the delivery of the Outer Dowsing Offshore Wind Project. This is likely to include:Draft environmental management requirements for procurement activities.Evaluate the environmental management capabilities and systems of Tier 1 tender submissions for the Project.Provide input to monitor environmental management and performance of ongoing development activities, such as surveys, design and FEED activities.Support the Examination process for the Development Consent Order where appropriate.Review compliance of any Environmental policies and procedures with existing third-party agreements, for example onshore cable easements, proximity agreements and the Crown Estate Agreement for Leases for array and transmission.In the longer term, undertake environmental audits of potential Tier 1 suppliers and support any technical due diligence.Review environmental aspects of emergency preparedness and response procedures.RequirementsIdeally have a professional qualification such as a Certified Environmental Auditor.A minimum of five years’ experience of environmental audits, management systems and compliance.Detailed experience of environmental management systems such as ISO 14001.Appreciation of Environmental laws and regulations, program management relating to pollution prevention, waste minimization, health and safety, and compliance.Stakeholder / relationship management skills in a project development and construction environment with stakeholders and contractors.Planning, environmental or geographical degree or equivalent experienceDemonstrable experience in the renewables or other relevant infrastructure sectors.Ability to challenge the status quo, identify solutions, influence stakeholders to enable a successful implementation.Project Management skillsets.Strong initiative and the ability to proactively identify required tasks.An organised approach to working, task prioritisation and time management.

Town Planning Specialist

Scotland, Scotland

Our client is looking go for an experienced Town Planner to join their team, based from any of the regional offices - Glasgow, Perth, Aberdeen, or Inverness, to help shape the Transmission business consenting strategy and play a central role in the Green Strategy. Our client is seeking career focused and highly motivated applicants to work within an experienced and welcoming team of Planners and Environmental Managers. You will work with a high level of autonomy with the benefit of experienced support and guidance where required. Key AccountabilitiesActing as a subject matter expert on spatial planning matters, helping to shape the Transmission Business’s wider consenting strategy. Developing policy and guidance to ensure effective and efficient approaches are adopted in a consistent manner.Provision of specialist support and advice to project teams delivering complex planning and s37 consents.Representing their business interests by contributing to Scottish and UK planning policy development, Spatial Plans and Local Development Plans. You will help to build consensus and support around the electricity transmission system’s critical role in facilitating NetZero.Developing, controlling and building mutually beneficial external stakeholder relationships with consenting bodies, statutory authorities, key consultees, and government departments.Representing the company at Council Committees, Public Hearings and work with the Kings Counsel to prepare Statements of Case for Planning Appeals.Knowledge, Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role, they are looking for candidates to have the following.To Be Educated to Degree Level and be a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute.Have a detailed knowledge of the Scottish planning process, consenting regimes and environmental impact assessment (EIA) legislation.Be solution focused and an enthusiastic/positive communicator. You should have excellent communication skills, being able to articulate complex spatial planning issues to a wide variety of stakeholders.A willingness to contribute, adapt, and learn within a busy, fast-moving team, dealing with challenges and opportunities across an extensive workload.Look to add value and improve the consenting approach through innovation and new ideas to deliver the green agenda.

Client Rep Array Cables

Rhode Island, Rhode Island, United States

Job Description The Consultant must bring his/her own PC with Microsoft Office software and must be in possession of an i-Phone 6 or a newer model, or a Windows phone 8.1 where our clients Air Watch app can be downloaded. The app is mandatory on all mobile devices used by our client’s staff (including consultants) to protect them from cybercrime.Rotation: 4 weeks on/off. For all 4 to fall into rotation 2 will start 8th January and the other 2 will start approx. 4 weeks later. Depending on the progress throughout 2024 there may or may not be a 2-3 month break during December 2024 - January/February 2025.Scope of Work Array cables installation, cable load out, cable laying, burial, trenching, Installation support vessel works, rock placement.Please assess this role if it shall be exempt or non-exempt according to FLSA. State the result of the assessment in the notes section in each candidate submission.ResponsibilitiesMaintain an accurate record of all installation activities on a daily basis throughout the execution phase.Ensure that all relevant approved procedures and risk assessments are followed by the contractor.Ensure the Contractor proactively manages safety and quality.Act, behave and lead by example according to our client’s values.TasksWork independently as our client’s "eyes and ears" on the project.Ensure sub-contractors are adhering to the set safety regulations.Prepare and distribute Daily Progress Reports (DPR) as requiredEnsure the DPRs are signed by all required partiesReview and understand RA/MS and QHSE documents as required before execution phase commences and keep updated on changes in the documentsAttend daily meetings, toolbox talks and any other discussions to ensure that the works are being carried out in a safe manner to the required qualityDuring all defined key activities and otherwise as often as practicable be present as a witness during installation. Access all work areas provided it is safe to do soParticipate in safety walks with HSE representatives from our client and Contractor organisationsDeliverablesDaily recording of activities relating to load-out, transit, positioning and installationDPRMandatoryGWO courses: Sea Survival, Working at Heights, First Aid, Fire Awareness, Manual HandlingBOSIET/HUET incl. CA-EBSOGUK Medical certificate including Chester stepIOSH Managing Safely or similar HSE trainingIT proficient (Microsoft Word, Excel and Internet)Can do attitude and strong communication skillsSpeaks, reads and writes English fluentlyResidence in the US

Large Projects Document Controller

Arnhem, Provincie Gelderland, Netherlands

ResponsibilitiesYou are the ambassador and expert in the field of document management: you know the internal policy and promote it;You are the first point of contact for the project teams: you support the project teams in the form of advice and executive activities and make adjustments where necessary;You work together with other DIV employees from other areas to standardize policy and working methods within our client. You also contribute to improvement projects;You carry out quality checks to check whether documents have been placed in the project file in accordance with the document management policy and make adjustments where necessary. You report on the results so that targeted improvements can be implemented;You are a Key User of various (document management) systems: you train (new) employees, answer questions from users and identify system improvements;You are proactively involved in the document exchange with Contractors with the aim of making this process as smooth as possible. You make the necessary preparations to set up the project file, monitor the document flow and supervise the review process;You contribute to the transfer to the management organization when projects are completed;You support the preparation and processing of (bulk) documentation and other executive activities that arise in the field of Document Management.RequirementsYou have at least an MBO+ working and thinking level and you have relevant work experienceYou are willing to follow a specific education, training or course for your field;You have good communication skills, both oral and written;You are results-oriented and work carefully and conscientiously;You are proactive and independent, but you can also work well together;You can deal with resistance and know how to engage and convince colleagues in a positive manner;You dare to address your colleagues about improvements to be achieved and actively engage in discussions about this;You have an affinity with a technical environment and concepts;Experience with applications such as VISI, SharePoint and/or Meridian is an advantage;Command of the Dutch language must be excellent.OtherCertificate of Good Conduct screening required;VOG must be received before a candidate can start;A Pre-Employment Screening (PES) is carried out as standard upon commencement of employment.Additional informationTravel time at least 1 hour from ArnhemAt least 2 days in Arnhem, Tuesday

Office Manager

City of Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland, Scotland

Role DescriptionThe role is an Office Manager based in central EdinburghPart time role - core hours being mornings or afternoons in the office 5 days a week or 2.5 days in the office a week. This may be flexible depending on an agreement during the interview.The labour agency provider is required to provide a replacement for the Facilities Manager during periods of sickness absence.Responsible for the office in Edinburgh.Key AccountabilitiesGeneral office administration and management of the reception.First point of contact to internal and external customers and office visitors, the facilities manager must be able to represent the team appropriately, assisting visitors with office requirements etc.Lead and manage all the external interfaces for the office (e.g., with fit out contractors, IT provider, Security provider, Landlord, Cleaning company, Facilities Provider, Utilities companies etc.).Mange the lease obligations to ensure compliance with them.Lead on ensuring the office is compliant with the relevant legislations and regulations (e.g., HSE, fire etc.).Be a first aider, fire warden and incident first point of contact for the office.Manage the office contracts to ensure compliance with the office budget and contract obligations. Manage all relevant invoice approvals. Ensure that the office budget tracker is kept up to date and accurate.Manage all building warrants as required to completionInternal Communications:Owner of the one of our client’s projects Edinburgh office distribution list.HSE observation form submission management and discussions with the HSE workstream lead.Event / Meeting Coordination (as required):Setting up and managing a range of conference meetings.Organising event/ meeting hosted by Team and arranging relevant facilities and logistics.Manage new joiners process (including issuing of passes, local induction, HSSE assessments, knowledge of site and procedures) and manage exits.Logging IT requestsManage office space for the team including availability of desks for visitors.Other ad hoc administrative duties e.g.: sourcing and booking meeting rooms, ordering stationery.Responsibility for managing access control and associated procedures to ensure that only those persons who are authorised are afforded access to the building and/or office space. This individual’s role should include, but not be limited to:Development of an access control (including visitor) policy and security policy.Nominated key holder for the office space.Issuing and management of key fobs.Issuing of visitors passes.Building and office space induction.Liaising with the building manager on any security or access control related matters.Liaising with the business security manager.Experience/RequirementsExperience in managing an FRI office lease and all office interfacesExperience of contract management and budget managementExperience of ensuring compliance with the required regulations and legislations (e.g., HSE, Fire, Building regulations etc.)Significant administration experience.Proficiency in Microsoft office skills - incl. Word, Excel, Teams, Outlook.Fluent in both written and spoken English.High level of initiative, motivation, and energy.Mastery level of competency in planning and organizing skills; Strong capability to make things done with results orientated; Strong problem-solving skills and ability to develop creative solutions to complex issues.Strong networking and influencing capability; Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills.Ability to engage all levels of the origination and establish credibility with peers, group leaders, and senior executives; team player exhibiting high levels of inclusive behaviour; Excellent cross-culture sensitivity/ awareness; Ability to work in a multilingual and multicultural environment.Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks, assimilate data, and perform analysis on a diverse range of issues.

HSSE Advisor


Key ResponsibilitiesSupport and advise the Package and wider project team in all relevant package HSSE MattersConduct Audits and Inspections at ContractorsFabrication, pre-assembly and other work sites in line with the Audit and inspection plan.Participate in Offshore activities on Installation Vessels, and BLP assets.Follow up on Audits and Safety Inspections outcomes and ensure all items are closed to BLP satisfaction.Support the BLP on site Team with HSSE expertiseControl compliance with HSSE Requirements during Fabrication, installation, construction and Commissioning activesMonitor HSSE performance (by inspection, audit, reviewing trends and analysing safety statistics)Provide information for Back Office HSSE Team (safety metrics for monthly reporting)Major TasksSupport emergency coordinationPreparation of onshore and offshore drillsParticipation in the preparation and further development of risk assessments, procedural and work instructions and operating instructionsParticipation in the validation of submitted HSSE documentation of contractors for conformity with BLP specifications and employers’ requirementsAnalysis of work processes, HSSE-relevant events, near misses and accidents, and monitoring of corrective and improvement measures to prevent recurrenceCreation of training and instruction material as well as implementation of training courses in the field of HSSELead on-site safety inductions, training session(s)Provide Subject matter expertiseAttend HIRA, DRA, HAZOP sessions provide SME input / Attend and deliver kick off meetings prior to work activitiesKey DeliverablesHSSE training programsHSSE plans, policies and proceduresDeliver and monitor Safety programs / initiativesHSSE inspection & audits reportsCollate HSSE statistics for reportingInvestigate accidents and incidents, draft reports and allocate follow-up measures, track follow-up measures to closureHSSE lessons learned

PMO Risk Manager


Key ResponsibilitiesImplement and drive risk managementFacilitate and follow up on risk response planningSupport management in risk decision makingRisk ReportingCommunicate Risk Strategy within the Project and to Project management teamUndertake Risk Modelling using simulation to estimate confidence levels in relevant areasMajor TasksEnsure Risk Management Plan is implemented and updated when necessaryMonitor and Control the Risk management framework for the ProjectMonitor and Control the Risk RegisterEnsure that all relevant risk owners understand their roles and responsibilitiesFacilitate risk management process including identification, assessment and response planning for threats and opportunitiesDevelop risk mitigation actions aiming to reduce project risk exposure with project teamEnsure systematic review and monitoring of threats/ opportunities and mitigation plansCommunicate threats and opportunities as well as response plans to relevant stakeholders inside and outside the ProjectTrain risk owners in risk management where requiredContinuous cooperation with other Work Streams, Packages, and UnitsDevelop risk contingency models for both cost and scheduleEnsure constant alignment with Finance team on the risk register valueProvide Quantitative Risk Analysis when requiredKey DeliverablesRisk management planRisk registerRisk response plansRisk management toolsKnowledge sharingCost Contingency reportingSchedule contingency reportingQualificationsSc., M.Sc. or other relevant degree in a business-related area and/or PMP- Risk Management Professional certification or equivalent3-5 years of relevant industry work experience and/or similar position3-5 years of project management experience preferably within construction projects

Site Engineer

Wales, Wales

Scope Of WorksOur client is looking for an experienced site-based Construction Engineer specialist to be provide “best in practice” techniques and advice for the Syn-Comp project, while monitoring site activities and liaising daily with our clients Site Manager. Ensuring compliance with our clients standards and procedures, while promoting our clients “Mission Zero” safety initiative.All projects are within the scope of the UK Construction (Design and Management Regulations 2015 (CDM) and a clear understanding of these regs and site activity monitoring is required.Ensuring client/contractors HSE procedures and policies are being followed and implemented. Reviewing of submitted RAMS when requiredGiving advice to the site Principal Contractor (PC) and client for any field related works. Assisting with communication between contractor site engineering and client engineering.Ensuring PC’s ITPs are being followed and liaising with QC personnel. Working closely with PC and assisting with 3WLA planning and guidance. Checking field resources against submitted contractor DLR’s.Ensuring labour resources match scheduled works. Advising with turnover and quality packs in readiness for commissioning activities. Advising with per-comm and commissioning planning and activities.Offering their expertise to the Principal Designer (PD). Working with SM identifying and coordinating operational interfaces with National Grid and RWE operation site.DeliverablesUphold the engineering standards for the duration of the project.Provided expert engineering advice throughout the many different construction phasesEnsure a smooth hand-over to the commissioning team for that phase of the projectTo have helped the project to meet the engineering deadlines

Interface Engineer

London, Greater London, South East, England

The Interface Engineer; Engineering & Consenting on our client’s project will support the Engineering Technical Managers for the Generation & Transmission assets through Discharge Consent Order (DCO) process.  The objective of the role is to manage the boundaries within which the project is seeking permission to engineer and construct its permanent assets. This is a critical role that will require strong technical understanding and fundamentals, excellent command of the English language with written and oral communication for both internal and external stakeholders and a keen ability to coordinate with multiple departments. What You Will DeliverSupport the Project’s Technical Managers in the effectively progressing through the DCO process, with a strong focus on the Examination phase to communicate the engineering scope, manage incoming queries and their responses both written and in formal examination hearings.To attend examination hearings and support project members (ie. Technical Managers) representing the project.Manage the interface with the engineering team and the consenting and stakeholder engagement team to meet the requirements of the external examination process including managing clarifications and effectively recording status, responses, and mitigation actions.Who You Will Work WithThis role will specifically be part of an integrated client project team working closely with the Technical Managers within the joint venture.Travel may include up to 30% to North Wales/ Northwest England. At critical times of examination will require individual to be available to be present in region.Experience & Job Requirements   A minimum of 5-10 years relevant experience; specifically with time in engineering or and environmental & social advisory/ management.Self-starter; inclusive and respectful individual capable of building strong relationships, influencing and collaborating with others; understanding the big picture and driving focus on what matters.Strong written and verbal communication skills and strong command of the English language (spoken word and grammar).Demonstrated interface management, project management/ project engineering.Desirable Criteria:Experience in offshore wind and the English DCO processKnowledge of project consenting principles and applications & experience of stakeholder managementKnowledge of design, construction and operation of offshore windfarms and transmission systems.Professional technical and/or project management accreditationYou should be comfortable working in a dynamic and agile team environment with competing priorities, including understanding roles and responsibilities within interfacing teams. You should be able to develop collaborative working relationships and to influence project delivery teams to ensure that that the construction work integrates well into the overall project plan.

Offshore Consent Advisor (Biological)

London, Greater London, South East, England

Our client’s project is being developed in the UK by a JV partnership. We are looking for a high calibre individual to join their team and to support the project through its post-PEIR and post-submission phases.The Offshore Consent Advisor (Biological) will work within the consenting team, reporting to the Consent Lead, to consent and develop this nationally significant projects. ResponsibilitiesResponsible for managing the offshore biological aspects of the DCO for the projectManaging the deliverables of the offshore consultants in the responsible areasResponsible for stakeholder engagement in the responsible areasDevelop and implement strategies for DCO Examination in relevant areasLead and co-ordinate responses across DCO Examination deadlinesEnsure strong cooperation within the Project for all offshore packages in relation to offshore consenting risk and deliverablesOffshore contracts and budget managementInput and support Consent manager on resource needs, programme and risks in relation to the offshore elementsProvide updates on key showstoppers on the offshore workstreams to the Consent ManagerExperience RequiredDegree in relevant environmental or consenting disciplineExperience of large scale EIA and/or DCO projects, preferably offshore windExperience of planning examinations or inquiriesKnowledge of impact assessment for ornithology, marine mammals and fish and shellfishExperience of developing strategies for high risk consenting topics within EIA/HRAExperience with working in a multidisciplinary team and across different culturesExperience with developing and implementing QA processExperience with Welsh stakeholders and regulators is an advantage but not essential

Communications Specialist

New York, New York, United States

Join our client as a Communications Specialist contractor reporting to their NYC office.  This is a new addition to their team as they are strengthening their presence in renewable energies. The Communications Specialist is primarily responsible for supporting the successful development of offshore wind projects in the New York Bight within the Attentive Energy team. RequirementsBachelor’s degree required with a preference in Communications, Public Affairs, Marketing, or Journalism.5+ years of experience in a public relation, electoral campaigns, advocacy, corporate or state/federal government communications, and media relations.Experience with external advocacy campaigns utilizing a variety of earned social and paid media tactics.Experience with marketing and communications strategies or advocacy campaigns.Experience in reporting and analysis on the effectiveness of external communications campaigns, including Google analytics.Ability to analyse media coverage, tone and public narratives on relevant issues.Ability to travel and attend relevant project events, stakeholder meetings and initiatives;Excellent writing, research and presentation skills across various mediums;Demonstrated an ability to work independently and establish clear and measurable objectives while prioritizing and organizing a varied workload.Knowledge and/or experience with infrastructure, climate and clean energy issues preferred.International ConsiderationOur client regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-limited visa status for this position.ResponsibilityDeveloping, managing, and executing a strategic communications plan, including evaluation of key metrics and preparing recommendations for improvementDeveloping hyper-local and state-wide positioning strategy and sponsorship targets in New York and New JerseySupporting efforts to successfully position the project and team within local markets.Drafting, managing and maintaining content for all digital platforms including social media and website.Managing and executing webinars and virtual town hallsSupporting stakeholder engagement by drafting content and managing local media engagement and monitoringManaging all digital outreach platforms (Mailchimp, Sprout, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)Managing paid media content efforts and placement per platform/marketCoordinating and managing event participation, sponsorships and developing prep materials and deliverablesManaging ongoing competitor tracking initiative and following industry trendsSupporting message development and content for talking pointsInternal communications and team guidance regarding message, brand guidelines and content developmentContext & EnvironmentOur 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. The anticipated pay for this position is $50 - $56 hourly USD. Compensation packages are based on experience, qualifications, and market.

Project Engineer (Design & Interface)

Germany, Germany

The Project Engineer is responsible for coordinating multi‐disciplined engineering work to ensure delivery of a safe, competitive, optimised design and integrated project that functions between assets and contract boundaries. This includes the control and management of technical interfaces between both permanent and temporary works; support to package managers and engineering leads in the management of information flow and contractual documentation across the project; as well as in wider engineering management. The role is a direct report to the Engineering Manager. GeneralDirectly support Engineering Manager in defining the overall technical concept of coordinating engineering work across technical disciplinesCoordinate engineering work between the packages in close collaboration with the Project Managers and Discipline Engineers, as well as with the Certification Engineer, with due regard to project scheduleChampion continuous improvement within workstreams; with a particular focus on safety, project economics, inclusion of any innovation or auction specific requirementsMaintain robust auditable documentation of the workstreams.Strive to remain well‐informed of technological innovations and practices through regular contact with other teams, projects, departments, industry and academic expertsProvide technical, project, budget and other contract management support to the project Engineering Manager as requiredEnsure the activities take account of HSE&S considerations alongside deliverability, project commercial drivers and other design constraintsInterface Management ActivitiesContinuous support to work packages in identification of technical interface risks and facilitation of interface issue resolutionDevelop, apply and maintain interface management tools and monitoring processes, including those for scope management and for interface documentation transferEnsure the compatibility of technical specifications and scopes throughout the design phase, in supply contracts and during manufacturingCommunicating interface risk to the Engineering and Package Managers and other relevant project stakeholdersCoordination of regular interface meetings with suppliers and work packagesPlanning and implementation of work packages such as mock‐ups, test pieces and trials required for design developmentEnsure compliance with relevant legislation and industry best practiceExperienceExperience in Interface EngineeringIdeally experience in Marine Logistics, T&I for Offshore Wind Projects

Document Controller


Minimum of 3 to 5 Years’ experience as a document controller on a large engineering / construction project preferred Job DescriptionProcessing the issue, storage and retrieval of project documentation internally or externally produced using the EDMSProvide document control services to the project team to maintain the timely flow of project documents within the EDMSExpedite critical document transactions between internal and external organisations including approvals bodies, by monitoring transaction timescales, actively driving the request and receipt of certification/approvals and contractually important documents as directed by Package Managers.Maintain a detailed record of critical document progress at an individual document level, and by publishing a weekly report for Senior ManagersInternally expediting all critical documentation to ensure that it is reviewed and returned to the contractor/supplier within the agreed timescales.Expedite missing documents by chasing originators via email, telephone calls and possibly meetings.Co-ordinating on a daily basis with Package Managers to ensure critical documents are obtained distributed and retained correctlyActively manage the processing of project documentation utilising internal resource and the EDMS.Co-ordinate with Package Managers to ensure the organised exchange of documents with co-workers, contractors or vendors.Act as a point of contact for all internal and external organisations with respect to document control issues relating to the programme.Maintain a controlled hard - copy filing systems for accepted ‘wet signature’ documents.Produce and maintain specific site documentation logs and records using EDMS & spreadsheets for:CorrespondenceRisk assessments and method statementsSite diariesMinutesStakeholder complaintsTechnical Queries, Requests For Information etc.

WTG Foundations T&I Manager

Glasgow, UK

Oversee, coordinate and manage the WTG Foundations T&I scope on behalf of the DBA, DBB and DBC portfolio of projects. Responsibilities Report to Marine Package Manager Management of T&I Foundation Installation (Tier 1) Contracts Health, safety, environmental and quality management of Tier 1 Contractors Manage & lead multi-disciplinary team including T&I Engineers, operational management, commercial and legal Planning of WTG Foundation preparatory works, load out, transport and installation bearing in mind subsequent project work packages Management of the execution of WTG foundation preparation and load-out operations at fabrication and marshalling harbours Management of Employer Representatives Management of Marine Warranty Surveyor Management of key interfaces including WTG foundation designer, WTG foundation fabricator together with T&I contractor Risk/Opportunity Management Coordination of vessel audits to facilitate access to site Interface with other project technical and commercial disciplines as necessary At all times act, behave and lead by example according to professional standards of conduct and values  Tasks Chair project progress meetings both internally and with external Contractors. Review Contractor technical and operational T&I documentation Prepare regular progress reporting to package and senior management regarding the T&I scope Travel to Contractor’s premises and site locations as necessary Provide technical and engineering support/leadership during project execution  Delegated Authorities Budget authority appropriate to the scope and role The authority to stop the load-out, transportation and installation activities immediately if safety and/or quality become compromised To make operational decisions relating to vessel progress bearing in mind the interests of the project  Key Role Requirements 5 years work experience within a similar industry and role Educated to degree level in relevant technical discipline such as mechanical or structural engineering (Chartered status desirable) GWO suite of training certifications including First Aid, Manual Handling, Fire Awareness, Working at Heights and Sea Survival (with HUET) Offshore Medical including Chester Step Test NEBOSH or IOSH Managing Safely desired CDM and Maritime regulations experience IT proficient

Onshore Construction Supervisor

London, Greater London, South East, England

Scope Support the Onshore Substation Construction Manager with monitoring supervision of HSE, Quality, Progress and Documentation on site towards EPC Contractor(s)Assist and contribute to the identification of specific deliverables as required in the project documentation and as per Employer’s Requirements regarding HSE, Quality, Civil Design, As-built documentation in form as:HSE Management Plan & Program, including Permit to Work systemQuality Assurance & Quality Management Plan & ProgramConstruction Phase PlanInspection Test Plans (ITP)Check sheets, measurements, and surveys etc.Time-/Progress schedule of sequence of activities, milestones, contractual payment milestones etc.Monitoring, Inspecting and reporting of Progress of (Contractor and their Sub-Contractors) construction activities according to Program & reporting to CMReview of all documents at site/construction/Installation and manufacturing level to ensure that the most current approved revisions are being managed and controlled.Reporting on & ensuring administration of all quality control & inspection activities.Supports the coordination of overall planning of all civil construction interface activities and its deliverables towards the EPC Contractor.Liaise and report to Onshore Substation Construction Manager and affected Packagers Managers on all aspects of quality matters as required.Monitoring and recording of the Quality of the works according to:Employers/Designer Requirements,Quality Plan,Inspection Test Plans (ITP)Activity Check Sheets and recorded measurementsProject technical specifications and standardsProviding input to the review of Risk Assessments & Method Statements (RAMS) etc.Inspect, witness and verify dim. checks and tests of (infra-)structures, installations & foundationsAssist in process and collaborate with Contractor to produce ‘red-line’ final drawings that accurately represent as-built conditions of work.Review of Design, Construction and workshop drawings, Final Documentation and As-Built, life time records as required.Support Onshore Substation Construction Manager in arranging, witnessing and/or participating in:Relevant meetings,First Article Inspections (FAI),Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT),Site Acceptance Tests (SAT) etc. as required and where applicable.Support in coordination, logistics, installation and inspection of Employer/Contractor & Supplier equipment deliveries to be incorporated into the permanent works and storageRepresent construction interests and collaborate with mechanical and electrical departments in interface-reliant tasks and activities.Requirements & QualificationsCivil Engineer BSc with project relevant education and experience.Recommended 5-7 years of relevant work experience with relevant construction/commissioning work and quality discipline'sIdeally has worked in a similar role with a major Distributed Network Operator or main Energy Network ProviderTechnically strong, adaptable, works well in teams, strong communication abilities, good English skills both writing and verbalRecommended International- and intercultural supervision experienceStrong ability to coordinate interfaces with other stakeholdersPossesses a high HSE mindset and awareness process at the forefront of any task

SMA Procurement Manager

London, Greater London, South East, England

Reporting to the Senior Procurement Manager this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and motivated Procurement Manager to join our clients rapidly growing team and support the transition to a low carbon, sustainable global economy.In this newly created role, you’ll work as part of a growing dedicated multi-disciplinary team to procure goods and services for the project.  The focus will be on the Service and Maintenance Agreement (SMA) for the project to facilitate the development of the project and progression towards Final Investment Decision.   Main ResponsibilitiesWork 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 to deliver the SMA for the Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs).Managing the negotiation of the SMA contract for the WTG package in consultation with the wider project team and shareholder’s category teams in accordance with best-value and approved procedures.Developing the SMA information issued as part of the CfT to ensure a fully developed and ready to be awarded SMALeading the evaluation of commercial element of bids and co-ordinating inputs from the wider evaluation team (technical, legal, HSE) to inform down selection and appointment of the Preferred BidderLeading the negotiation of the commercial terms with the bidders and preferred suppliers to the point of FID and Contract AwardDelivering the SMA in accordance with the project program to support participation in the CfD auction and internal approval processesWorking closely with the internal team negotiating the Turbine Supply Agreement (TSA) to ensure the interfaces and commercial risks are appropriately captured between the SMA or TSA contractWriting Downslection, Preferred Bidder and Contract Award Recommendations which will seek approval from the Project Director / Shareholders and the Project Board to award contracts.Experience RequiredKnowledge of and a proven track record in managing procurement activities from identification of requirements through to contract award. With knowledge and experience in the offshore wind market and specific experience of negotiating and / or managing a SMA.  This could be working for a developer or a WTG Original Equipment Manufacturer.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.

Site Manager

Greece, Greece,

The Site Manager is accountable to the Foundation Package Manager (FPM) but shall report to both the Foundation Package Manager and the Deputy Foundation Package Manager (DFPM) and is required to support the planning, fabrication and shipment of the secondary steel elements of the Wind Turbine Foundations until and including loadout for transhipment from Greece, including the local on site management / coordination (Employer’s Representative) of HSSE, scope, quality, interfaces, resource and time scheduling. Qualifications and KnowledgeProven experience in driving the serial fabrication of offshore structures (ideally WTG secondary steel elements and electrical fit-out for TP-less monopile foundations)Ideally experience with fabrication of boat landings and internal cassettes for TP-less monopile foundationsCultural awareness and experience working with European fabricatorsHSE trained and qualified to IOSH or SMSTS standards10 plus years relevant industry experienceExperienced Professional in offshore steel fabrication and manager of engineering teamsFamiliar with coating, Hot dip galvanising, welding NDT and dimensional control techniques / codes / standards, and electrical outfitting applicable to offshore fabricationExcellent logical thinker, communicator, organiser, and team playerDemonstrable experience of working remotely and developing good relationships in an international businessWilling to travel within Europe as requiredFluent in spoken and written English. Working knowledge of Greek would be useful also.Key Tasks and ResponsibilitiesBe available in Europe prior to the commencement of fabrication for onboarding / project familiarisation including the Employer’s RequirementsBe the focal point for the Contractor on siteManage and coordinate the local interfaces between the Fabricator [Contractor], Foundation Designer / Lead Structural Engineer, Quality Assurance / Control (Local interfaces in regards to QA/QC are managed by QM), Employer’s other Contractor’s Transport & Installation to ensure a safe and high-quality fabrication, and delivery of foundation structures in accordance with the Employer’s RequirementsSupport the Management of Contract processes in alignment with the Package Management and Quality Team e.g., Payment Applications / Certificates i.e. milestone completion proof / confirmationSupport the Quality Team setting up the local Site QA TeamMonitor and record progress on the fabrication site(s) and challenge the Fabricator as required to ensure that work is delivered on time and evaluate mitigation for any potential delays or quality concernsEnsure that the Fabricator and onsite Team work safely and to good industry practice in accordance with legislation and requirementsSupport the valuation of Variation Orders, Concession Requests and ClaimsHold and chair weekly progress meetings with the Contractor’s site management representatives with the support of the Quality TeamProvide input for the Project’s monthly report e.g., progress, programme and risksWork closely with the Quality Fabrication Manager and agree prioritiesProvide daily progress reports (DPRs) to the FPM and DFPM and attend regular (as required but potentially weekly or twice weekly) internal briefing meetings with FPM & DFPMProduce the weekly and monthly reports summarising HSSE, progress, risks, along with any serial quality, resource, or other concernsSupport the Quality Team witnessing critical hold points, Load Outs and Factory Acceptance Tests e.g., dimensional control and fit out testsSupport the evaluation and management of risks associated with the foundation fabrication packageSupport the Quality Team to ensure that nonconformities are closed out prior to load outBe the focal point for the Project’s visitors e.g., co-ordination of inductions, PPE and guide

Control Room Operator

Scotland, Scotland

Monitor and control of a minimum size (1075MW) offshore wind farm. Coordinate with personnel working offshore during operational and maintenance activities. Safe and controlled release of Wind Turbine plant for maintenance; Responding remotely to turbine alarms; Tracking personnel attendance at site and; Acting as central contact for co-ordination in Emergency Response and Incident Reporting. Key Accountabilities Monitoring and Controlling of Wind Farm Ensures availability of wind farm for operational and maintenance activities. Liaison with offshore personnel during operational, maintenance and testing activities operating plant and equipment as required. Ensures the operation of the Wind Farm at all times in accordance with laid down policies, procedures, and OEM recommendations to ensure protection of the owner’s investment. Control of the High Voltage system onshore and offshore in accordance with Company Safety Rules. Operating plant via SCADA and responding to any abnormal deviations in a timely and diligent manner. Co-ordinate transfer of personnel and cargo using transport modes such as service offshore vessel (SOV), Daughter Craft and Crew Transfer Vessels. Co-ordinate and monitor other vessel movements within the offshore wind farm site Ensures that the Wind Farm operates at all times within any Environmental, Health and Safety consent or obligation, the Control Room Operator is also responsible for co-ordinating the safe HV switching of the wind farm ensuring safe hand over of plant ready for work at all times. The Control Room Operator will also monitor the security of the wind farm via CCTV and an access control / asset tracking system. The role will entail working shifts. Setting People to Work The role will ensure the maximum availability of the wind farm through effective liaising of staff and contractor resources during operational and maintenance activities of the wind farm. Monitor the wind farm to ensure operation within all dispatch parameters, and in accordance with the provisions of OEM guidelines.  Advise the Engineering Department of any dysfunctional equipment or operating parameters at variance with normal levels. Preparation of all associated plant and systems to make safe for commencement of maintenance activities. Utilise the ‘Maximo’ Maintenance Management System for recording planned maintenance activities or defects including control of spare parts. Co-ordination and completion of routine and maintenance activities at Marine Base to extent of capabilities.  Control of goods receipt and issue from stores. Safety Rules Duties Personally accountable for performing (restricted) duties of “Operational Controller” as defined in Wind Turbine Safety Rules to assist in safe release/return to service of Wind Turbine Plant/Apparatus. Achieved by verifying authorisation against an externally controlled database, informing the work part of externally identified risks or restrictions, formal communication and recording of release/return and gatekeeper for Transfer of Control. Remote switching/control of the High Voltage and Low Voltage system within the Wind Farm infrastructure in accordance with our client’s Operational Safety Rules, Wind Turbine Safety Rules, and cross boundary procedures. Compliance Comply with External Customer contractual terms (e.g., National Grid or network operator). Ensure commitments to customers (key stakeholders) are met by conducting duties in accordance with our client’s procedures/process and ensuring escalation of barriers and risks out-with direct control (Control Room Manager). Availability Adhere to (and contribute to) 24/7 rotating shift rota to maintain sufficient cover, liaising with Control Room Manager as necessary and notifying risk where necessary. Comply with External Customer contractual terms (e.g., National Grid or network operator). Ensure commitments to customers (key stakeholders) are met by conducting duties in accordance with our client’s procedures/process and ensuring escalation of barriers and risks out-with direct control. Responsible for REMIT notification submissions and compliance in accordance with our client’s process and procedures. Marine Co-ordination Day to day marine co-ordination when required in accordance with the marine control procedure. Coordination of vessels and other transport modes to the wind farm and within the offshore wind farm site. The role includes the monitoring of personnel working offshore. Monitor the security of the windfarm via CCTV and an access control / asset tracking system. The windfarm will have an operational exclusion zone around each turbine; the controller will monitor this via CCTV. Pear Responsible for ensuring that all operations, decision making and actions relating to the day-to-day operation has no detrimental effect on People, the Environment, Assets or Reputation (PEAR) of our clients by escalating risk. Assist by enacting above for out of hours call outs during emergent situations such as adverse weather conditions. Response to unplanned events and incidents in accordance with the company Emergency Response Procedures. Technical Support Investigate technical incidents with control room systems, gathering as much information as possible to notify responsible parties through support requests. Notify responsible persons of unwanted trends occurring on wind fleet assets observed through remote fault reset investigations to protocol. Providing timely Physical Nominations / Forecasting to Energy Trading Teams as per the agreed procedures. Plant and Procedures Responsible for the ongoing review and refresh of all control room work instructions, procedures and reporting mechanisms, ensuring relevance and accuracy in conjunction with the Control Room Manager; Ensure all documentation and logs are up to date.  Knowledge, Skills, And ExperienceSkills (Basic) Proficient user of MS Office, particularly Excel and Outlook; Excellent verbal communicative skills and good standard of written communication; Professional telephone manner; Attention to detail and accuracy of reports; Effectively organisation and hierarchical prioritisation of workload within shift environment – short term; Diagnostic/problem solving capability within pre-determined parameters and ability to resolve system errors in conjunction with support team; Multitasking - able to work across multiple systems and processes with varied and limited complexity. Skills (Operational) Experienced in Operational Safety Rules, WTSR, Safe system of work’ and can perform various authorised roles; Experienced in control room environment, preferably with electrical focus; Working Knowledge of protection systems; Knowledge of HV safety rules, ideally with or working towards AP status; Some experience of working with vessels and marine control (advantageous but training will be given). Knowledge (Business) Good understanding of the Grid Code for System Operations; Good understanding of Energy Market conditions affecting operations and the Balancing Mechanism; Good understanding of High Voltage networks and understanding of related field work; Good understanding of Transmission & Distribution networks, trading environment and field work; Detailed understanding of relevant Safety Rules (OSR/WTSR). Detailed understanding of role accountabilities; Detailed understanding of Policies and Procedures, framework directives, and compliance requirements applicable to the role; Detailed understanding of Emergency Response and Incident Reporting Procedures; Detailed understanding of wind farm infrastructure and associated plant/apparatus; Knowledge of control room functions and deliverable requirements / production targets. Essential Functional / Technical Skills Suitable industry experience (outlined below) Preferably in a technical discipline or that with closely related transferrable skills; Relevant experience in Control Room/Control Systems environment or that requiring equivalent competence with electrical focus; Electrical System operations; Experienced in performing duties under Operational/Wind Turbine Safety Rules or enough competence to develop such authorisation in a limited timeframe (3 to 6 months); Experiences in use of SCADA, Network Control Systems, Trading Systems and Maintenance Management Systems. Understanding of weather forecasting and effects on operational assets and response. Knowledge of information technology systems; Ability to read and understand Electrical SLDs; Ability to carry out remote switching of plant safely and in line with HV safety rules. Attributes / Competencies Enthusiastic and motivated individual with capacity to learn and develop oneself; Able to stay calm and apply logical thinking in pressurised situations; Adaptive and contributory to change in support of business improvement; Contributory to positive and respectful culture and wellbeing with within working environment; Ability to work in a team within a shift pattern; Ability to communicate technical issues at all levels. Key Projects / Activities Managed Day to day operations of a 1075MW offshore wind farm; Compliance with Company SHE rules and project consents. Prioritisation of available resources to maximise production from wind farm; Best use of resources available to respond to unplanned defects within SHE, time, and weather constraints of working offshore.  

SHEQ Manager

South East London, Greater London, South East, England

Our client is looking for a SHEQ Manager to ensure that the Project operates to the highest standards of Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality throughout the project lifecycle. The SHEQ Manager will also drive a strong effective SHE culture and setting the strategy through to completion of the project, whilst also ensuring that there is a robust assurance process in place to monitor and audit the standards by which the Project operates. Key AccountabilitiesSupport the safe delivery of Infrastructure Development and Delivery Projects on behalf of the Programme/Project Director to cost, time and quality.Shape and implement the project specific SHE strategy and plan. Promoting proactive reporting and a positive culture, focusing on the wellbeing, health and safety of employees and contractors.Manage team of multi-disciplined SHEQ advisors who provide support and technical expertise to the project.Ensuring the project has a robust monitoring and assurance process in place for contractor performance against key SHEQ deliverables.Proactively collaborating with both internal and external stakeholders at all levels to enhance ways of working across the area of responsibility and the wider business.Working with senior leaders to ensure forthcoming activities are adequately planned and prepared for, and to mitigate any associated risk.Interface with the contractor(s) for all day-to-day construction activities, and monitor portfolio progress, collaboratively resolving programme risk escalations on behalf of the Project Director.Provide up to date monthly reports to project board.Support regular site construction meetings with Contractors and ensure the facilitation of regular site safety walks to ensure that activities are being managed as per the agreed Construction Phase Plan.Review and implement improvement initiatives resultant of sensible monitoring of site construction activities and manage the close out of issues raised through SHEQ audit & inspection activities and implementation across the Project(s).Ensure consistent approach and application working across the Project(s), in coordinating test and inspection activities detailed in the Works Information and acceptance of QA Plans.Ensure project compliance of all site documents to ensure compliance with legislation, ensuring they have been subject to formal document control and uploaded to the relevant project document control system(s) in accordance with applicable procedures.Implement continuous improvement and capture lessons learned, ensuring SHEQ Best Practice is both promoted and utilized across the project(s) and sharing across the department.Support delivery of trainee programmes, training courses and authorisation processes as required.Participate in incident investigations and represent the department on incident investigation panels as required including management of IMS and associated actions as necessary.Knowledge, Experience and Technical KnowledgeExtensive understanding of Safety and Environmental legislation and practices and policies relating to Construction and working knowledge of CDM Regulations with relation to Client & PC dutiesExperience of major infrastructure construction projects working to deadlines in a commercial environment and awareness of contract management within fixed price and target cost contractsDetailed knowledge of quality management and site inspection requirements and the application of Inspection & test plans for compliant project deliveryDetailed knowledge & understanding of current policies, procedures & specifications related to SHE, materials & construction processesAs a manager, you are expected to live the company values, as well as demonstrating and continually developing your leadership skills. The Leadership Skills page will help you understand these expectations more, and access development mapped to these skills. Please use the following link:People manager hub - People manager hub ( Control - Experience RequiredExperience essential in Safe Management of Construction Works including prevention and investigation of incidents.Experience preferred in developing and sustaining safe working cultures, advising, and guiding operational managers on safety legislation and policies. Experience of tunnelling major infrastructure projects would be beneficial.QualificationsNEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety ManagementChartered Member of IOSH or demonstrate working towards it.IEMA CertificateDesirableDegree in Safety, Environmental or Engineering Discipline would be advantageous.BREEAM Infrastructure AssessorISO 45001, 14001, 9001 Lead AuditorCQI / IRCA Quality in Construction

Project Engineer

Germany, Germany

ResponsibilitiesDocumentation preparation according to contractReview of documentation during the implementation of the projectReview and check of Geotechnical documentation, cable routes & BASPreparation of Method StatementsStay in line with all information, maps and documents are prepared and available for the initiation of the projectDocumentation of project procedures and review according to commentsParticipation in Kick off Meetings HAZID/HAZOP meetings during project executionCommunication with clientsPreparation and/or monitoring of Daily Progress Reports (DPR)Preparation of reports regarding as per client/internal requestsProject monitoring on board the vessel (as per internal planning and request)Constant communication with Offshore Manager & Marine SuperintendentsPreparation of Management of Change (MOC)Prepare and finalize As-built documentationReceive project data (survey) on a daily basisReceive and review of logbook notes and commentsEnsure that all project documentation is properly filled in company’s internal documentation management systemAdhere to all compliance and auditing requirements for the conduct of ethical and transparent operations including the compliance to all policies, guidelines, and proceduresComply with Health, Safety and Environmental policies and procedures and compliance with all audits and inspectionsRequirementsA higher university degree in EngineeringClear and effective oral and written communication skills in English languageProficient knowledge of Microsoft Office, Project Scheduling and CAD software requiredAdditional working knowledge of other foreign languages, (e.g., German) are not prerequisite but are to be considered as extra skillsAdditional working knowledge of further engineering software’s such as Orcaflex, GIS are not prerequisite but are to be considered as extra skills

SCADA Engineering Representative

Providence, Rhode Island, United States

Responsibilities To make sure QHSE standards are applied to all SCADA packages on site Establish SCADA site presence SER perform on-site reporting to Commissioning Manager Supervise after mechanical completion on all SCADA scopes including Control systems, network, and radio communication systems Act as first-person site contact for technical support Act as interface between SCADA design team and Substation Commissioning team Report progress to SCADA design team and Substation Commissioning manager Understand that SCADA design team is responsible for deciding on design changes Use Digital Inspection Tool as described in DIT Guidebook Tasks Onboard the project and participate in SCADA FAT at supplier premises, later transfer to site and start participating SAT/SIT accepter in commissioning preparation approximately 3 months before official Commissioning programme starts: To liaise with installation/commissioning millings as a SCADA project representative To liaise closely with the SCADA project team to ensure a smooth bidirectional flow of data/information between project and site/yard documentation (red marks) is recorded and copied to site commissioning files (this needs to be done in corporation with Site supervisor) Review and verification of Mechanical Completion (MC) cable test reports for fibre and LAN as detailed in substation technical standard requirements (SubTS) Deliverables SAT/SIT acceptance of SCADA scopes Manage SCADA specialist engineers on site for the SAT/SIT commissioning of: IP Network, Radio Systems, DTS, SCS, WTG SCADA and Grid Compliance Metering To confirm that site/yard is ready for delivery/installation of SCADA related equipment To be the acceptance witness for SCADA scope SAT process and to be the Orsted official signature To provide site/yard SAT/Commissioning process decisions provided no adverse impact on time/costs. Experience/Qualifications Five years of site-based installation/commissioning experience within the energy/utilities sector Qualified SCADA, EC&l engineer with experience of Telecommunication, HV transmission and distribution GWO qualification and offshore experience for Yard/OSP activities Construction Safety Qualification for Site/Onshore works Strong communication and ability to lead. Ability to motivate, delegate and coordinate.

Consent Manager (ESG)


Key ResponsibilitiesAccountable for ESG strategy and developmentResponsible for managing ESG activities, reporting, implementing ESG strategic initiatives, identification ESG-related risk (OWF and GC)Accountable for fulfilling ESG requirements during the construction and operation phasesInterfaces management with relevant stakeholders and undertake consultation regarding all ESG activitiesEnsure continuous, close cooperation with relevant packages in terms of ESG conditionsSupport the development, review and maintenance of ESG related policies, guidelines and frameworks in line with regulatory requirements , best practices and ESG policies of the ShareholdersManage the ESG team in delivering on ESG related targets and commitmentsMajor TasksManaging the implementation and updating of the principles of the ESG Code tasks, including the acquisition of financial and non-financial dataManaging the implementation of the Due Diligence Directive principles in the value chainLeadership for ESG data collection and active participation in reporting to rating agencies, financing authorities and all relevant stakeholdersSupport in the drafting of ESG texts for internal and external communication (including the creation of press materials)Advising on the implementation of ESG guidelinesParticipation in the creation of ESG strategy and corporate social responsibility policiesImplementation of the information policy on effective reporting of activities in terms of ESG factorsResponsible for the implementation of the ESG strategyDevelopment of the internal regulations in the area of ESG reporting taking into account statutory requirements and guidelinesActive role in communication and promotion of ESG activities, including with rating agencies, analysts, and investorsOngoing monitoring of ESG regulations and market trends with a focus on the offshore wind sector in Europe and PolandPreparation of management analyses and summaries, corporate materials and presentations for the Management Board, Supervisory Board and Project DirectorQualificationsMSc or other relevant Master degreeRelevant work experience within offshore wind industry, especially in terms of ESGStrong coordination and communication skills in Polish/EnglishRelevant transferable education and skills sufficient to perform the Project Tasks

Senior Cost Controller

Taipei, Taibei, Taiwan

The Senior Cost Controller will be responsible for the appropriate management and control of cost elements for an offshore windfarm project. He/she will be working within an integrated project team established by the joint venture partners to develop and deliver the project. The role will be reporting to the PMO/Project Controls Manager. The main focus of the role will be the appropriate management and control of cost elements such as budget/forecast, actual spend of the project and input to finance for cash call and financial model. Responsibilities Establish and maintain detailed DEVEX and CAPEX budgets and in due course OPEX budgets in accordance with standard project control processes/ procedure requirements. Prepare the monthly budget/cost updates and associated reporting of forecast/actuals to Project Management team (PMT). Ensure cost changes (especially contingency spend) are actively approved, aligned, and implemented Support of package managers and procurement officers with the structural and consistent build-up of the costs. Provide input into the Financial Model. Liaison with Commercial and Finance team to assist with internal reporting of accruals and agreeing cash calls, invoicing and claims. Control and monitor project total expenditure to ensure that all project expenditures are captured and properly recorded. Having/building in-depth knowledge and understanding of contract(s) of assigned packages to enable challenge of all project cost detail Create and manage the cost gathering and substantiation to facilitate any assessments by third parties (e.g., OFTO transactions) and Challenge the team to achieve greater cost efficiency. Supporting regular Quantitative Risk Analysis and associated contingency sizing. Attending project meetings and discussions with the PMT and external parties Undertake other ad-hoc duties as required. Experience and Skills Excellent demonstrable working experience in project cost control tools and methods. Advanced Excel knowledge with knowledge of other cost controlling tools an advantage (e.g., ECOSYS, SAP) Excellent attention to detail, organisation skills with the ability to manage own workload, meet timescales and understanding of complex tasks Strong communication skills, able to present analysis, KPIs and reporting to senior management Degree educated or above, in a relevant discipline, ideally supported by a post-graduate qualification in project management such as APMP Knowledge of the offshore wind industry and previous offshore wind farm or comparable infrastructure experience.

EC&I - SCADA Engineer

London, Greater London, South East, England

Leading role in responsibilities for managing the design, engineering and integration of the various SCADA and control systems, infrastructure and services associated with the project to ensure that the design is successfully completed and implemented for the project. Our client has recently been awarded with the seabed lease rights to develop a 1.5 GW project in the UK. The project is in the Development Phase with the aim to achieve all the necessary consents and complete the necessary surveys and engineering to enable the project to become operational before 2030. The position is an important role within this integrated JV project team.  The position is in London with flexibility on work from home or elsewhere with regular visits to our client’s London Office (Farringdon). Occasional business travel in UK and possibly further afield may be required for this post. Our client is looking for a SCADA and Control Systems 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 SCADA and Control Systems Engineer will play a key role in defining the optimal solution for SCADA and Control Systems engineering work associated with the project. This role with report to our client’s Head of Technical. The successful candidate will have strong project management skills and knowledge of the engineering design which is required for an offshore wind farm. Experience working in offshore wind is required.  Main ResponsibilitiesPreparation of technical documents/ papers for internal reviewPreparation of employer’s requirements and technical specificationsManagement of subconsultants ensuring that HSSE requirements are appropriately accounted for in the designs and that quality requirements are metEnsure overarching cross-project approach to SCADA system design is implemented that recognizes and reflects all interfaces and dependenciesEnsure that the deliverables from contractors are of the right quality according to requirementsProvide support to the Engineering team to manage the physical Interfaces associated with the elements of the SCADA and communication systemsIdentify and manage the logical interfaces between the systems ensuring that the data exchanges between the SCADA systems or with 3rd party systems are developed according to the project requirementsDevelop the cross-project network and DMZ designs, identify the requirements associated with the different work packages and ensure that the communications between the local systems and with remote systems is developed according to the project requirementsDevelop the cross-project overall FO network design, identify the requirements associated with the different work packages and coordinate the scope of the different suppliersEnsure that the Project’s Cybersecurity requirements and measures are incorporated in the design of the SCADA and communication systems.Develop and maintain a SCADA system design basis that reflects the cross-project approachEnsure SCADA system design work undertaken for the project is undertaken using appropriate methods and is confirmed to be in accordance with applicable standards (e.g. the Grid Code) and project requirementsReview and develop technical specifications for all work packages and undertake technical assessment of proposalsQuality management of SCADA system manufacturing and commissioning/testing process across all project work packagesSupporting the Grid Code compliance process including coordination of testingSupport to the project during the FEED, Detailed Design and Construction phases.Mentoring and training more junior engineersGiving technical input to other project functions in your area of knowledge/expertiseParticipation in project team meetings and cross-disciplinary co-operationContributing to project cost bookParticipating in the procurement activities associated with SCADA and Control Systems in the projectMinimum RequirementsBe degree educated in engineering or a related field with approximately 10 years experienceBe chartered or working towards chartered statusHave a successful track record in the delivery of SCADA and Control SystemsHave strong relationship management skillsHave highly transferable skills from a related industry (for those without offshore wind experience)Good written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work as part of a teamSpecific Role CompetenciesAbility to carry out/ participate in optioneering to obtain the most favourable outcomes/ solutionsExperience with computer networks, communication systems, control & instrumentation is requiredKnowledge of wind farm operations and the associated SCADA system and telecommunications network infrastructure requirements is essentialKnowledge of the standards associated with SCADA system design of grid connected power projects is essential, including knowledge of key aspects of the UK regulatory regime such as the Grid Code and STCKnowledge of the design, installation and testing of fibre optic communication systems/networks is requiredKnowledge of the design and installation of low voltage electrical systems, including associated standards, is desirableKnowledge of the design and installation of control, protection and metering systems including associated standards, is desirableKnowledge of electrical system design/study/analysis processes and techniques is desirable. Standards associated with electrical system design of grid connected power projects is required

Offshore Installation Manager


ObjectiveEnsure good HSSE practices in all activities / daily alignment and coordination with Construction/Installation Managers from Packages / daily management of our clients T&I Construction facility operations /Client Representative Coordinator /Management of project offshore communication systems (Insure operations) /Planning, management, and report on Offshore Technician operationsDecision AuthorityAttend daily meetings, toolbox talks and any other discussions to ensure that the works are being planned and executed according to the overall project execution planAuthority according to authorisation matrixReport to the package T&I ManagerPropose project changes, risk, opportunities to the package T&I managerKey ResponsibilitiesEnsure project compliance with statutory, cooperate & project policies, rules & regulatEnsuring project procedures and manuals are kept updatedSafe planning, coordination and execution of offshore installation, marine and personnel logistics activitiesImplementation of and ensuring adherence of work authorisation, custody and handover procedures.Asset management/maintenance from package handover to construction, until final handover to O&MImplementation of OMS (Offshore Management System)Scope definition and management of Harbour supervisor, Site technicians, Site admin and Marine Coordination Centre staffManage Consolidated punch list and ensure close-out by contractorsMajor TasksReview offshore installation proceduresCoordinate offshore constructionQA follow up during T&I phaseCoordination of client representatives at siteCoordination with SAP, HSE and quality inspectorsAttend site meetingsReport on progressEnsure Employer interfaces are managed confirm completion of milestonesEnsure Contractor enforces Quality Assurance PlanEnsure Contractor enforces Health and Safety PlanPerform site walk downs daily and provide report to managementEnsure Employer interfaces to Contractor are managed onsiteProvide photographic evidence of progressSign Contractor weekly report and commentConfirm milestonesProvide lessons learnedProvide improvement proposalsFacilitate visors to site as requiredRecording and close out of punch items and non-conformitiesKey DeliverablesOffshore Site Management ProcedureWork Authorisation ProcedureInternal Handover ProcedureRAMS for Site TechsConsolidated Punch list for CAB packageTemplate MoM Daily Planning MeetingQualificationsRecommended 3 to 5 years of documented experience within construction management, preferable Offshore activities in large scale wind farm projects, including recommended 2 to 3 years of documented leadership experienceTechnically strong, adaptable, works well in teams, strong communication abilitiesGood English skills both writing and verbal

Foundations Package Engineer

Remote work, England

On behalf of our client, we are looking for an Engineer who will report to our the WTG and OSS Foundations Package Manager. The sucessful candidate will provide support in leading the packages engineering strategy across the development phase of the project, they will also support any procurement activities when required, helping to achieve a successful FID.  Main Responsibilities Preparation of technical documents/ papers for internal review Preparation of employer’s requirements and technical specifications Manage WTG Foundations design studies such as conceptual or FEED designs performed by external parties, ensuring that HSSE requirements are appropriately accounted for in the designs and that quality requirements are met. Support to the project during the FEED, Detailed Design and Construction phases. Coordinate integration of other input into optimizing WTG Foundations solutions, such as that obtained from foundations installation consultancies and other advisors. Contribute to the identification and management of technical risks, issues and impacts to the project associated with the WTG foundations scope. Liaise with experts within the project to ensure the use of best practices and apply lessons learnt from previous projects. Assist the WTG FOU Package Manager in the technical evaluation of proposals and suppliers as part of tender processes in coordination with the WTG Foundations package manager and the commercial team. Support the WTG Foundations package manager in ensuring that interfaces with other packages, contractors and stakeholders are identified and appropriately managed. Prepare internal reporting as required. Minimum Requirements Be degree educated in engineering or a related field with approximately 10 years’ experience Be chartered or working towards chartered status (or equivalent in non-UK workers) Experience and knowledge of offshore wind WTG foundations is essential, in particular within foundations design. Specific Role Competencies Experience and knowledge of offshore wind GBS foundations, encompassing design, fabrication and installation Hydrodynamics and floating stability of concrete and steel structures Geotechnics and its implications into Foundation Design, with a focus on GBS design. Knowledge of site surveys and geotechnical interpretation Past experience in successfully leading a Design Consultancy through FEED and its iterative load-integrated assessments (ILA’s) Excellent 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. Proven technical know-how in the field of offshore wind foundations and technical project management skills. Highly motivated, forward-thinking and ready to implement innovative solutions. Proficient track of correct budget management Ability to work as a member of a large and multidisciplinary team. Excellent knowledge of English, written and spoken. Advanced professional knowledge of Spanish, written and spoken. Our client understands the importance of diversity and inclusion. They value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing they all have in common is their focus on high performance. If you're capable, motivated and can deliver, they want you on their team. They are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, gender identity, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief. They facilitate a range of flexible working arrangements within their teams.

Offshore Consents Manager

Remote work, England

Scope of Works Full 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 Licence Responsible for securing additional environmental consents and licences as may be required through the development process Principle 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. Deliverables Management 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 Skills A 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 work Evidence of success in forming and maintaining working relationships in a multi-disciplinary environment Strong organisational skills with the ability to organise work to meet deadlines The ability to respond to changing priorities and demands and adopt a flexible approach to working Certifications Educated to degree level or equivalent training / competence in a relevant field Other Requirements Demonstrable competence and experience of working in a major infrastructure project and management of stakeholder issues.

Mechanical Engineer

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Our client is looking for a Mechanical Engineer will be part of the Developer’s integrated Project Team.The Project Team is responsible for all tasks related to engineering, permitting, planning, procurement, construction, and completion of the Port Upgrade scope.The main scope elements are within mechanical outfitting of the port and berthing positions, building systems, mechanical outfitting of offices and warehouses, heating and ventilation, and utility interfaces towards the civil and electrical disciplines. The Port Upgrade project comprises of: Modifications and upgrades of the terminal site to transform the area to become an offshore wind staging port for wind turbine components New facilities to be engineered, permitted, and constructed Operational and Maintenance (O&M) complex with offices, berthing and warehouse to serve the portfolio of offshore wind farms Onshore Substation (ONS) Work location The Project office location is in Industry City, Brooklyn, NYC The Construction site is in the Sunset Park neighbourhood, Brooklyn, NYC The work will be performed through physical presence in our client’s premises and at the construction site. Visits to Contractor offices within NYC are anticipated.  Main responsibilities Mechanical specialist / discipline engineer for the SBMT Port Upgrade Reports to Engineering Manager on all matters (scope, design, quality, progress) Liaise and coordinate our clients position with the Construction Team and End-User Representatives on mechanical and multi-discipline matters Contribute to planning, cost estimation and execution of mechanical design and construction scope Provide input into procurement process (e.g., invitation to tender, bid evaluation, award recommendation) Actively follow up and mitigate engineering and construction risks Represent the businesses position and contractual obligations in relation to main contractors, and their sub-contractors  Engineering phase (2023) Interaction with and follow-up of Owner’s Engineer (Jacobs) design deliverables on all mechanical issues Ensure documented quality of Equipment Supplier’s deliverables Provide technical input as required for the permitting process for the site Coordinate and resolve interface issues, internal and with contractors Pre-construction phase (2023) Interaction with and follow-up Construction Management contractor (Skanska) in planning of construction phase Contribute to solving requests for information (RFIs), technical queries from Skanska and its subcontractors Act as the technical specialist on mechanical aspects towards to Jacobs and Skanska Construction phase (from 2024) Follow up Construction Contractors within compliance to design Follow up Construction Sub-Contractors on site to ensure deliverables meet scope of work, quality, HSE, cost, and schedule Support construction field engineers and advise management on decisions within own discipline, e.g., inter-disciplinary input, site queries (SQs) and non-conformance requests (NCRs), technical queries (TQs) and variation order requests (VORs) Plan and execute follow-up activities e.g., verifications and site inspection Experience Minimum 10 years of relevant experience from mechanical design and construction projects Experience in construction, commissioning, and start-up of projects Experience in one or more of these areas: mechanical, HVAC equipment and utility systems in O&M building (plumbing, sanitary, fire suppression, etc.) and mechanical furniture for ports General discipline related experience within construction, commissioning, and project hand-over to the End-User Experience from quality follow-up activities e.g., verifications and site inspections General knowledge of relevant US regulations and industry standards and design codes, preferably from NY State and NY City Good knowledge of working with risk management systems Personal qualities High focus on health, safety, and environment (HSE), ethics and values Structured, systematic and target driven Skilled in use of collaboration, data management and IT communication tools Team player, flexibility to adapt in a dynamic work environment Accountability to work independently and deliver results, also in periods of high work loads Qualifications Bachelor’s, or master’s degree Professional Engineer (PE) license, preferred

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