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

Why LSP?

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

FAQ's

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

PAYE Contract** | Limited Company Contract**

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

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

We can assist with:

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

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

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

For access to the portal, please click here.

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

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

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

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

 

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.

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

Offshore Wind

Construction Lead

Poland

 Our client is looking for a construction lead, to join their team. As a construction lead, you will be responsible for follow up on all activities on construction sites, ensuring projects are completed on time, within budget, and to the desired level of quality. Manage contractors, ensuring compliance with contracted terms, coordinating with vendors, and overseeing the entire construction project from start to finish. You will participate in site and constructability reviews and Your goal will be to ensure that projects are completed safely, efficiently, and to the satisfaction of all stakeholders involved. Key ResponsibilitiesWork closely with Contractor to ensure correct HSE focus. Demonstrate passion for HSE values, quality, and results through “walk the talk” and communication across sites.  Participate in development and managing project schedules, tracking deadlines, and ensuring timely completion of each phase of the construction processWork with architects, engineers, and other professionals to develop project plans, ensuring that all necessary permits and zoning requirements are metIdentify project risks for the fabrication work on all sites, and follow up on de-risking the activities.Participate in project tender evaluation, making recommendations for cost-saving measures and improvements to project efficiencyConduct site visits and inspections, ensuring that all construction processes are compliant with building regulations, codes, and standardsDevelop and maintain project documentation, including detailed project reports, budgets, schedules, and construction plansCommunicate regularly with project stakeholders, vendors, and contractors to address any concerns and keep everyone informed of project progress Requirements Bachelor of Science or equivalentRequirements A minimum of 7 years' experience in construction management or a related roleKnowledge of construction safety protocols, building codes, and regulationsStrong project management and leadership skillsExcellent communication and interpersonal skills

Offshore Wind

PR Stakeholder Manager

Warszawa, Mazowieckie, Poland

Our client is looking for a PR Stakeholder Manager to join their team. ResponsibilitiesSupport communication efforts and coordinate CSR activities.Organize and oversee events and CSR programs.Gather and convey information to stakeholders, ensuring their needs are met.Overview of stakeholder management and engagement activities.Manage internal stakeholders.Follow up on local community engagement and maintain working relationships with community interest groups.Coordinate with other Work Streams on stakeholder-related activities.Develop strategies for proactive stakeholder engagement and issue resolution.Manage a Grievance Mechanism for stakeholder Major TasksOrganize and coordinate CSR activities, events, and conferences.Prepare press materials and multimedia content for communications activitiesMonitor and aggregate stakeholder needs and feedback.Support packages team with activities with the local community to create local acceptance for the project.Ensure the preparation of project information and public consultation material.Follow up on local community engagement and address local complaints issues relevant to the project.Develop and maintain a stakeholder register.Prepare and distribute stakeholder newsletters.Conduct regular meetings with stakeholders to address concerns and provide updates.Collaborate with communication teams to prepare materials for stakeholder engagement.Implement feedback mechanisms to capture stakeholder input.Monitor the effectiveness of stakeholder engagement activities.Coordinate with external agencies and consultants on stakeholder-related projects.Prepare reports on stakeholder activities and outcomes.Ensure stakeholder engagement aligns with the client’s CSR objectives.Develop and maintain a stakeholder communication feedback loop to ensure continuous improvement.Coordinate with legal and compliance teams to address any stakeholder-related legal issues.Maintain Grievance Mechanism to handle stakeholder complaints and issues.Regularly review and update the Grievance Mechanism to ensure its effectiveness.Other tasks supporting the work of the whole stream. Key DeliverablesSuccessful CSR events and programs.Comprehensive reports on CSR activities and events.A stakeholder register and database with their needs and feedback.Stakeholder management plan.Project press releases & media briefings.Local community events and engagements.Regular stakeholder newsletters.Feedback reports from stakeholders.Documentation of stakeholder meetings and interactions.Reports on the effectiveness of stakeholder engagement strategies.Risk register related to stakeholder engagement.Grievance Mechanism process documentation and records.Reports on grievances received and resolved. Qualifications3-5 years of experience in stakeholder engagement and management2+ years of experience within the energy industryLocal experience (Project location/ area) is desirable

Offshore Wind

Automation & Telecom Commissioning Lead

Brooklyn, New York, United States

 Our client is looking for an Automation & Telecom Commissioning Lead, who will have the overall responsibility for all Automation and Telecom commissioning activities within the project, covering Point of Interconnection (POI), Onshore Substation (ONS), Offshore substation (OSS) and Wind turbine Generators (WTG`s) and integration. Key RequirementsEnsure all work performed in commissioning is made in full compliance with Local and Equinor safety regulations.Follow up and supervise all contractors within their commissioning preparatory and execution work.Follow up status and ensure that ProCoSys and Fusion is updated with necessary boundaries, commissioning packages, MCCR`s, CPCL`s and DCP.Ensure that interface between the contracts is identified and solved as early as possible.Participate in MC verification to obtain Ready for Commissioning status to secure a smooth transfer of commissioning packages from Construction to CommissioningEnsure that commissioning contractor delivers the commissioning in due time.Review contractors commissioning plans and procedures.Review contractors' competence to ensure a safe commissioning phases.Develop commissioning procedures and test plans for Company scope.Participate in developing plans, procedure and switching program for first time energization and ramp up of production.Participate in relevant FAT`s.Contribute to budgeting.Contribute to establish commissioning safety milestones.Lead commissioning activities within Company Automation and Telecom scope.Follow up contractor’s Automation and Telecom commissioning is delivered with the quality and timeframe agreed upon.   Experience with the following system is an advantageTechnical networkFiber Optic workWind Turbine Generator SCADAESI SCADAAutomation SystemsMonitoring SystemsTelecom System

Offshore Wind

Electro Commissioning Lead

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Each member of the construction and commissioning organisation is responsible for the quality of his/her own work in accordance with the requirements of the Project Manual and C&C Strategy and the documents referenced therein. The Electro Commissioning Lead will have the overall responsibility for all electrical commissioning within the project, covering Point of Interconnection (POI), Onshore Substation (ONS), Offshore substation (OSS) and Wind turbine Generators (WTG`s). During the first phase the focus will be on securing that all preparatory construction and commissioning tasks are fulfilled across all contracts within US Northeast Regional O&M Facility project. During execution phase the focus will be to follow up on site ensuring quality in deliveries and handover according to plans. The responsibilities are, but not limited to: Ensure all work performed in commissioning is made in full compliance with Local safety regulations. Follow up and supervise all contractors within their commissioning preparatory and execution work. Follow up status and ensure that ProCoSys and Fusion is updated with necessary boundaries, commissioning packages, MCCR`s, CPCL`s and DCP. Ensure that interface between the contracts is identified and solved as early as possible. Participate in MC verification to obtain Ready for Commissioning status to secure a smooth transfer of commissioning packages from Construction to Commissioning Ensure that commissioning contractor delivers the commissioning in due time. Review contractors commissioning plans and procedures Review contractors' competence to ensure a safe commissioning phases Develop commissioning procedures and test plans for Company scope Develop plans, procedure and switching program for first time energization and ramp up of production. Participating in relevant FAT`s Contribute to budgeting. Contribute to establish commissioning safety milestones. Lead commissioning activities within Company electro scope Follow up contractor’s electro commissioning is delivered with the quality and timeframe agreed upon Experience with the following system is an advantage. Wind Turbine Generators High voltage GIS SWB Shunt reactor and harmonic filters Capacitor banks Transformers UPS systems (DC and AC)

Offshore Wind

Civil/Structural Engineer

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Our client is looking for a Civil and Structural Engineer to be a 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 Civil and Structural Engineer will be responsible for the management and follow-up of contractors tasked to execute the project. The position will continue through the engineering, pre-construction, and construction phases. During the Construction phase, reporting may shift towards the Construction Manager. Key Responsibilities Civil and Structural specialist / discipline engineer for the SBMT Port Upgrade Reports to Civil and Structural Lead on all matters (scope, design, quality, progress) Liaise and coordinate position with the Construction Team and End-User Representatives on civil and structural, and multi-discipline matters Contribute to planning, cost estimation and execution of civil and structural 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 companies position in technical matters, in relation to the main contractors, and their sub-contractors 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, RFIs, submittals, etc. Plan and execute follow-up activities e.g., verifications and site inspection Required Bachelor’s, or master’s degree Minimum 10 years of relevant experience in engineering and construction projects Strong knowledge of Steel and Reinforced Concrete Design (LRFD, ASD) Strong knowledge of reviewing detailed Structural/Civil Shop Drawings. Familiar with deep foundations design and execution, preferred proficiency Familiar with pavement design, water, and sewer utilities concept General experience with construction, commissioning, and start-up of projects Hands-on experience in leading and executing onshore civil and structural project delivery, marine structures, and port facilities (greenfield and brownfield) Familiar with industry-standard software, Procore, Navisworks, BIM Revit preferred Plan and execute follow-up activities e.g., verifications and site inspection Familiar with relevant US regulations and industry standards and design codes, with an emphasis on NYC BC, ASCEE, ACI Familiar with working with risk management systems Professional Engineer (PE) license, preferred, but not mandatory

Offshore Wind

Interface Manager

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Key Responsibilities Use your technical expertise and experience to take an active role whilst broadening your insight and building valuable experience, in the development of renewable energy projects. Manage the interface and engagement with contracting companies and technical stakeholders. Ensuring good technical quality, cost-effectiveness and safe project execution. Ensure efficient interface management in relation to authorities, regulations, project specifications, standards, budgets and plans. Monitor interface activities in engineering, establishing meeting structures with contractors, implementing tools and systems for interface management and follow-up on progression, especially towards plans and critical interfaces. Facilitate the preparation of interface scopes (Scope split matrices) in the contracts. Play a key role in identifying technical challenges that may arise between the contractors and contribute to solving these in a proactive and efficient manner. Requirements Bachelor's or Master's degree in an engineering discipline. Possess 5-7 years of engineering experience within project development. Renewables or offshore wind project experience is desirable and a distinct advantage. A technical competence with multi-disciplinary understanding and experience from interdisciplinary work. Management experience with a good understanding of project development, team-oriented with well-developed interpersonal and collaborative skills. Commercial understanding and insight into the total value chain. Prior experience as an Interface Manager will be highly desirable and a distinct advantage

Offshore Wind

HSE Coordinator

Rhode Island, United States

JOB ID: #7192 HSE Coordinator Location: Providence, Rhode Island – USA  Role Managing calendar planning, updating sharepoint and team sites, booking travels, planning events, proofreading, and providing additional ad hoc assistanceHandling time registration, expense reports, PO facilitation, and PPE orders, as well as managing other SAP-related tasksCoordinating and attending meetings, i.e., preparing inputs and ensuring they’re delivered on time and to the right standard, as well as preparing presentations, documents, and reports for meetingsKeeping track of all deadlines and practicalities related to meetings and conferencesCoordinating with the Head of QHSE on prioritization of tasks and time and ensuring a close cooperation and coordination with other departments. Required Have a bachelor’s degree in safety, quality or environmental studies, business administration, communications, or another equivalent fieldDemonstrate a high level of experience as a coordinator or assistant to members of a leadership or management teamAre experienced in document control, trend analysis, and the presentation of QHSE dataSpeak and write English fluently and have strong Microsoft office suite skills– experience with sap is also a plusCan prioritize and organize time and tasks efficiently in a service-minded and productive mannerCan build strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders, handle confidential information, gain a thorough understanding of the business and its main objectives, and see the whole picture, while managing day-to-day tasks.

Offshore Wind

Marine Logistics Lead

Connecticut, United States

Responsibilities Responsible for managing the construction and commissioning support vessels for a project in addition to general logistics services required. Firm scope includes accommodation vessel and Construction SOV to support offshore hook-up and commissioning activities. Optional scope includes a temporary port in New York. Technical lead during bid and procurement phase. Company representative after contract award. Oversight of the fabrication and modifications according to specific performance requirements and aligned with our client’s safety, ethical and human right requirements. Interface and collaborate with marine operations, commissioning, prepare for operations and port teams This role will report to the project’s Marine and Logistics Operations Manager Requirements 7+ years of related experience in engineering and construction management. Maritime experience working in the service industry or relevant regulatory background is preferred. Experience working in or around New York ports is preferred. Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline is required. Years of relevant experience may compensate formal training. Collaborative, enthusiastic, curious, and can-do attitude required and a person who can work in a dynamic environment with a focus on safe delivery of the overall project goal. Ability to influence internal and external stakeholders and strong contractor’s management skills one in a positive manner and deliver results. Highly effective communicator with clear and concise writing and presentation skills. Able to deliver safety and priority messages to our client and contractor team. Ability to professionally interact with regulatory agency representatives is required.

Rotating Plant Engineer

Scotland

Key Responsibilities Involved in the full project life cycle and contributing throughout, from project definition, preparing and evaluating tenders against our client’s Works Information, conceptual and front-end design development, detail design reviews, HAZID/HAZCON/HAZOP sessions into supporting construction, installation, commissioning, and project completion. Promoting and managing safety within your assigned projects through the implementation of CDM procedures and practices, ensuring the project engineering is compliant with our client, HSE and industry regulations. Technical support in response to and drafting of Technical Queries (or Tender Queries during procurement phase), and support with defects and non-conformance. Reviewing Rotating Plant technology prequalification and type testing reports in preparation for client approval. Interface with Technical Authority: to collate Technical Authority Schedule and provide supporting information for Synchronous Compensator/FACTS technology, progress Deviation requests, support our client’s team in production of material to satisfy internal Design Governance and presentation to the Design Authority, including discharge of actions from Design Authority. Interface with other technical disciplines, internally and externally, including attending design reviews with Contractor and the client’s teams, and attending project meetings relating to all aspects of project delivery such as engineering design, contract, commissioning etc. Attend sites as required to support installation and commissioning activities, factory audits, key stages of manufacturing and Factory Acceptance Testing. On project completion, undertake review of final records including, as built drawings, manuals, commissioning records and health and safety file. Responsible for Rotating Plant engineering delivery on your assigned projects or across your region, for your specific discipline, of a typical capital value of £50m - £200m Working closely with Engineering Managers and Project Managers to ensure that Engineering and Quality risks are identified and mitigated. Providing technical support on high profile projects or technically complex issues. Knowledge, Skills, and Experience Demonstrable technical skills in Rotating Plant technology development, design, specification, and implementation, with a preference for Synchronous Condensers but any relevant experience will be considered. Self-Starter attitude, who enjoys problem solving and has an ability to communicate complex technical issues in a clear and concise manner to facilitate decision making by senior management. Excellent communication skills, with the ability to demonstrate diligence and to prioritise workload. An understanding of the legislation and implications of such for the management of the Transmission network for both Assets and Projects Preferably hold or, with past work experience, be working towards a degree or masters in an appropriate engineering discipline depending on the level of position applied for. An appreciation of multi-discipline projects, and design interface management would be desirable. Candidates with a project engineering background, specialising in Rotating Plant (i.e. Synchronous Compensators, Power Plants) and FACTS engineering, in either contractor, consultancy, or client organisations within the Energy Industry. Candidates background should include experience with Synchronous Condensers/Compensators, rotating plant, control systems, ancillary systems, interfacing with AC Primary Plant, with experience on Pathfinder projects favourable. Candidates with Power Generation experience who are able to demonstrate relevant transferable skills Desirable Other relevant FACTs Technology experience (e.g. STATCOM, SVC and HVDC Technology) will also be considered advantageous, but not essential.

Offshore Wind

Structural Engineer

London, Greater London, South East, England

Our client is looking for a Structural Engineer to deliver services in the Engineering Team, CTO, and wider business, demonstrating an ability to add value to opportunities in a highly competitive and changing marketplace while ensuring appropriate Engineering and Quality standards are maintained. The successful candidate will develop and maintain relationships across the UK and internationally. In addition, they will develop and maintain external relationships with our supply chain, Industry bodies, technical standards organisations, academia/research bodies, and wider network in order to enhance, promote, and protect our client’s activity and brand. They will contribute to a strong, collaborative and positive working culture among the Engineering Team, and for delivering the full potential of synergies and efficiencies with the wider business. Key Responsibilities Leading by example and proactively maintaining the highest level of standards to comply with all Zero Harm requirements while taking care of personal health and safety and that of others. Undertaking Structural Engineering activities in a diligent and professional manner. Working to ensure that Structural activities are undertaken in accordance with statutory requirements, and company policies including Zero Harm, Quality, Engineering, and Design Management policies. Maintaining a suitable level of expertise in Structural Engineering. Providing expertise and focus on all matters related to the design, quality, operation, and maintenance of infrastructure associated with renewable energy and storage projects. Supporting the Structural Engineering services across all Directorates and for the full lifecycle of assets from origination to decommissioning Working to ensure that operational learning and operational requirements are considerations in the origination, design and construction of civil infrastructure associated with renewable energy and storage projects Embedding the consideration of risk and lifetime costs in all relevant Engineering activities. Demonstrate, by example, adherence and involvement to deliver the four strategic pillars, namely Zero Harm, Operational Excellence, Business Growth and Inspiring People. Contribute to building and strengthening a skilled, high performing, and motivated Team, with an open and positive working environment, and a culture of excellence, collaboration and trust. Provide Structural Engineering support to the business during periods of high risk and urgency. Provide Structural technical direction and support to establish a temporary or permanent corrective action plan, and support root cause analysis and solution development when required. Ensure all Structural Engineering assessments, advice and recommendations are fully documented in accordance with all internal procedures. Support technical and commercial due diligence (whether internal or external) activities. Responsible for ensuring Structural related risks are identified, captured, recorded and addressed appropriately, providing technical expertise and guidance to ensure risk level is ALARP. Ensure that Structural related lifetime costs are optimised during the origination, design, and construction of assets. Ensure decommissioning and/or end of life of Structural components is considered during the design and construction phases of projects. Actively engage in internal lead teams and committees, and build a strong support network with the wider business. Represent the company in external meetings, industry bodies, tradeshows and conventions. Dimensions Part of 7+ employees and contractors in the Mechanical & Composites Team. 36 sites in operation, delivering c.1GW. 600MW in construction (incl. 450MW offshore). Pipeline +2GW in UK and Ireland. Significant ambition to accelerate growth across different renewables technologies. The Engineering Team is a central function which supports across all technologies and at each phase of the asset lifecycle. Requirements Proven Engineer successful in delivering projects/programmes, establishing/managing relationships, securing and maintaining a safe environment, managing priorities, and inspiring and influencing behaviours and actions. Strong commitment to safety, health, environment and quality. Minimum of an Engineering degree in Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering or related discipline. Chartered membership of an appropriate body would be an advantage. NEBOSH or IOSH (or equivalent) is desirable. Highly proficient in key areas of Engineering in the renewables environment. Specialist in a Civil or Structural Engineering discipline within the renewable energy sector. Strong experience of managing risks and challenges in a renewables environment. Excellent at building successful relationships with external partners, peers, stakeholders and reporting line. Design and/or operational experience in any of the following is desirable: Wind turbine onshore foundations Wind turbine offshore foundations (monopiles, jackets, gravity based, floating), transition piece, and corrosion protection system Steel structures inc. wind turbine towers, platforms, secondary steels structures Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) foundations and mounting structures Photovoltaic (PV) mounting structures Foundation Condition Monitoring Systems Good command of Microsoft Office package (MS Excel, MS Word, MS Power Point, etc.). Flexible to travel around the UK and overseas as the role requires. Full clean UK driving licence. Excellent (English) oral and written communication skills.

Offshore Wind

Planner

United Kingdom

JOB ID: #7188 Planner Location: UK Our clients are looking for someone who has extensive Project Planning experience within large complex projects. You should have proven experience working within a Planning or Project Controls team. A background in offshore wind would be highly advantageous. RoleContribute to the ongoing development and management of the detailed project programme, reviewing Contractor programmes and ensuring that these are correctly integrated into the overall programme, taking into account interfaces with Project Management, Financing and Engineering activities, and Regulatory/Consenting requirements, while ensuring clear, timely and accurate information is provided to Project Management.Assess and communicate schedule impact of project change control notifications, and schedule impact of progress reported at package level.Undertake analysis of Delay Events notified within Contractors’ Claims to determine the validity of these claims.Ensure that this information is visible to the Senior Planner and Project Services Manager as well as the Project Leadership team.Monthly updates to elements of Project programme including review of Contractor programme submissions.Work closely with Senior Planner and Project Services Manager to ensure that any knock-on impacts through delays to interface points are identified and raised to Project Management for mitigation.Identify critical path for both specific work packages and the overall project programme, criticality of work scopes, and ensure that potential delays to critical activities are identified and mitigations can be identified through quantitative Schedule Risk Analysis and What-if Scenario planning.Work closely with Senior Planner and Project Services Manager to develop project programme reporting outputs in line with project management requirements.Produce package level programme reports and dashboards as required.Other Planning related duties as required. Required5 years of Project Planning experience, working within large, multi-contract Engineering and Construction projects, including building fully integrated complex activity networks.Highly skilled user of Primavera P6 planning software.Experience in carrying out delay analysis and analysis of schedule implications of contractor claims.Experience in running what-if scenarios and schedule risk analysis.Ability to work with package and project managers, interface manager and 3rd party contractors to identify schedule pinch points, interface issues and potential SIMOPS clashes and identify optimal schedule solutions.Ability to produce clear and concise information that will assist senior management decision making.Outstanding communication, presentation and stakeholder management skills will be essential for this role, allowing you to forge and maintain strong working relationships.Focus on continuous improvement, striving to improve the quality of planning output as an aid to project decision making.Experience of Offshore Wind projects (highly desirable)

Offshore Wind

Project Administrator

Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #7147Project Administrator Location: LondonThe Project Administrator will join a rapidly growing team of (currently) 65 and provide administrative support in a number of areas but principally assisting the project’s senior team. You will work closely with the Project Director’s Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Functionally, the role reports to the head of Project Controls. There may also be opportunities to extend the role, for example, working with the document control or procurement team, depending on interests and experience.Main responsibilities• Secretarial & Administrative Support: Provide support to the project management team and Resource and Recruitment Manager, including scheduling meetings, arranging interviews, managing calendars, and handling formal correspondence, along with other ad-hoc tasks• Communication: Facilitate effective communication within the project team and with external partners.• Meeting Coordination: Schedule, prepare for, and document project meetings, ensuring that minutes and action items are distributed.• Vendor Liaison: Manage relationships with external vendors and service providers as needed; • Support Events: Assist in the coordination of project events, workshops, and team-building activities.Minimum requirements:• Administrative Experience: Previous experience in a secretarial or administrative role is preferred.• Technically proficient. Proficiency in standard office software and tools (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint,SharePoint, etc.). Some knowledge of other office systems such as electronic document management would be an advantage but is not essential. • Communication: Excellent written and verbal communication skills for professional interactions with team members and external contacts.Personal Attributes and Competencies:• Organisational Skills: Strong organisational and multitasking abilities to manage various tasks effectively.• Attention to detail: Meticulous attention to detail to maintain accurate records and documentation.• Adaptability: Ability to adapt to the dynamic needs of an early-stage project and handle shifting priorities.

Offshore Wind

Information Management Specialist

London, Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #7145 Information Management Specialist Location: London  Key ResponsibilitiesEnsure professional and timely Document Control support to a technical package.Ensure compliance to document and records management processes.Proactively ensure implementation and communication of the document and records management requirements, responsibilities, tools and processes.Ensure standardization & best practice’s to develop, improve & align.documentation quality across Asset Projects and/or Production Line.Establish and maintain communications with suppliers to ensure accurate and timely flow of the documentation deliverables.In corporation with the responsible package manager ensure that relevant supplier documentation deliverables are in accordance with contract requirements.In corporation with the responsible package manager ensure that distribution and review matrixes exist and are updated at all times.Promote document flow processes ensuring traceability of documentation.Implement monthly review & quarterly baseline review of package master document registers against the contractual delivery plans.Ensure traceability of documentation by facilitate and ensure a controlled document review process.Ensure readiness of as-built packages.Support the documentation transfer to O&M and OFTO in close corporation with Records Manager.Support the quality team in their delivery of project quality standards and liaise with quality manager where sub-standard and non-conformances are identified within documentation and ensure close out of issue. Requirements Basic Education: Minimum technical draughts person or document controller, preferred higher education or above in Engineering/ Technology/Applied SciencesSpecial Technical Courses: IT programmes on a user level. Aconex and Alfresco knowledge appreciated.Work life: Min. of 5-8 years as project documentation controller and/or QA/QC roles in engineering projects.Documented use and maintenance of technical archive systems.

Contract Manager - Cables

Poland

JOB ID: #7132 Contract Manager – Cables Location: Warsaw/Home Working ResponsibilitiesLead and manage post contract management activities for the Cable packagesLead any procurement requirements for the package including bid assessments, conducting the commercial assessment and supplier appraisal.Ensure timely and close co-operation and communication with the package managerResponsible for following project procurement and contract management procedures and good practice.Contract manage the package contracts including payment obligations, monitoring supplier and employer contract obligationsManage claims and variations with support from legal and package managementCo-ordinate with finance team and insurance to ensure communication and compliance. TasksManage contract management and procurement related interfaces and activitiesContinuous cooperation with other work streams, packages, and other departmentsMonitor contract time schedules and deliveryConduct relevant supplier negotiations in procurement, contract management and claims resolutionPro-actively anticipate and avoid unexpected claims in Package's ContractsAssess consequences of technical decisions by package team and define actions along development and execution of the package worksManaging claims and variations together with package managers, legal etc.Consider all commercial aspect during contract negotiationsNegotiate most economically advantageous deals with suppliersAssess and monitor suppliers’ performance and financial standingExecution of the contract and procurement processesConducting commercial evaluation of bids during procurement processCreate and Maintain contract tracker to track contract obligations, paymentsManage payment applications with package managerTrack commodity and indexation prices for the packageReport progress and status of contracts to Procurement and Contract Management Lead. Key DeliverablesContract management trackersPackage reporting: Weekly/monthly; Commercial Progress; Claims/variationsProcurement process documentsContract register updatesIndexation trackingKnowledge sharing

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Engineering Manager - HVDC

Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #7140 Engineering Manager – HVDC Location: London, Paddington Scope Leads the multi-discipline engineering work in the HVDC package and contributes to deliver the HVDC system according to programme and cost The scope of work comprises the complete HVDC System and Equipment Responsible for the overall electrical system design and multi-discipline engineering deliverables Provides engineering support to installation, completions and commissioning Responsibilities Manages multidisciplinary engineering team, ensuring all disciplines are coordinated, integrated, and working effectively and efficiently Ensures design is in accordance with relevant rules, regulations and requirements Ensures design is in accordance with the Grid Code, working alongside the Grid Manager. Supports Grid Manager in planning Grid Code compliance testing with contractor Ensures alignment with line organization(s) and discipline advisors/Technical Authorities as needed Manages design lessons learned Contributes to no change philosophy and manages handling of required changes. Identifies and highlights engineering risks (programme, cost, quality) and/or changes to HVDC Manager Establishes good working relations with contractor's discipline Secures good collaboration with engineering, completions, commissioning and commercial Provides engineering support to project operations Looks for opportunities and drives improvement proposals Work Related Competence Experience from Engineering Management Degree within Electrical Engineering

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Marine Expert

Hamburg, Germany

JOB ID: #7137 Marine Expert Location: Hamburg / Home-based ScopeDrive our Client’s HSE culture with suppliers and ensure good HSE standard duringConduct the Marine Assurance according to our Client’s Marine Governance SystemSupport projects on marine operationsConduct vessel inspections and on-/off-hire survey worldwideAssist projects (development, construction & decommissioning) during the project life cycle with marine consultant serviceTechnical consultant for marine asset.Technical consultant for marine operation.Assist the Marine Coordination during setup and construction.Attend port and offshore marine operations.Share Lessons Learned based on internal and external marine incidents as well as project learnings within the organizationDevelop, review and maintain marine operation documentationTender assistance in terms of marine asset and marine operation.Evaluation of marine assets against the Marine Governance System requirements.Act according to the Marine Governance System ExperienceDemonstrable competence and experience of working in construction of major offshore wind projectsExperience with different Marine Assets used in Offshore Construction Operations - preferably from the Offshore Wind SectorUnderstanding of mobilization of installation vesselLoadout and offshore installationExperience with vessel assuranceDeep knowledge about national and international marine regulations and certificationsDeep understanding of vessel Safety Management SystemsDeep understanding of marine industry best practices such as DNV, G+, IMCA guidelines, etc.Experience in conducting vessel inspection and on-/off-hire surveyExperience in project management and coordinationAbility to communicate both verbally and in writing in a clear and succinct mannerLiaising with teams across a diverse interdisciplinary landscapeSupport in engaging with supply chainUtilising digital and virtual platforms SkillsA good understanding of the relevant Transport & Installation concepts and processesAnalytical skills – ability to work to a high level of accuracy and to produce a high standard of written workActive and solution orientated approachThe ability to respond to changing priorities and demands and adopt a flexible approach to workingPreferable: Experience with Dynamic Position Operation and certified as Dynamic Positioning Operator CertificationsDegree in nautical science, or a closely aligned discipline.Served on board of vessels as Officer or Marine Coordinator at a Marine Coordination CenterGWO full suite of certificatesOffshore medical fitness to work offshore

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Communities Manager

Scotland

JOB ID: #7116 Communities Manager Location: Scotland The Community Lead plays a pivotal role in fostering robust and dynamic relationships between our client’s company and the communities we serve. This position demands a proactive, strategic, and compassionate approach to community engagement, with a strong emphasis on transparent communication, financial stewardship, and the development of innovative funding and ownership models. The Community Lead ensures their community projects are not only well-communicated internally and externally but are also financially sustainable and align with their organisation's values and goals. Responsibilities Support the drafting and refinement of communications related to community-focused projects, ensuring clarity, engagement, and alignment with their organisation's goals, including supporting the preparation of internal briefing packs, updating website content, and creating promotional materials.Oversee community support budgets for individual projects and general company sponsorship opportunities, ensuring financial efficiency and effectiveness, enabling their projects to maximize their impact within the communities we serve.Organise and manage quarterly funding panels, including the preparation of internal briefing documents with funding recommendations, ensuring that funding allocation is strategic, transparent, and supports projects with the highest potential for community impact.Support the development and implementation of Community Investment Funds, Initial Investment Funds, and Shared Ownership Models to foster community empowerment, financial sustainability, and a sense of ownership over community projects.Coordinate and oversee community events, including meetings and drop-in sessions, to engage with community members, gather feedback, and build strong relationships to ensure their projects are community-driven and reflect the needs and aspirations of the communities we work with.Act as the primary liaison between their company and the communities across all projects which involves ensuring that communities are continuously engaged, informed, and heard, thereby building trust and fostering long-term relationshipsSupport discussions around Community Investment Funds, Initial Investment Funds, and Shared Ownership Models, which involves advocating for innovative funding and ownership structures that benefit both the community and the company.Support engagement efforts with community-based organisations such as Foundation Scotland, Local Energy Scotland, and Community Development Trusts in order to build strategic partnerships, leverage support, and enhance the impact of their community projects.Work closely with colleagues in the External and Corporate Affairs Team to ensure consistency and effectiveness in the preparation and distribution of briefing documents, presentations, and other promotional materials. Technical Competencies Project Management- Skilled in planning, executing, and finalizing projects according to strict deadlines and within budget, including acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members and third-party contractors or consultants.Financial Management- Understanding of financial forecasting, and financial reporting, understanding the principles of financial stewardship and accountability, ensuring resources are used effectively to support community projects.Event Planning and Coordination- Demonstrates experience in planning, organising, and executing successful events and meetings, from conceptualisation to evaluation.Knowledge of Community Development Principles- Kowledge of community development strategies, principles, and practices, familiarity with concepts of shared ownership, investment funds, and social empowerment initiatives. Behavioural Competencies Strategic thinking- Demonstrates the ability to foresee, plan, and manage resources efficiently, ensuring that community engagement strategies are aligned with the company’s long-term goalsEmpathy and Cultural Sensitivity- Exhibits a deep understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse needs, cultures, and backgrounds of community members, ensuring that all engagement efforts are inclusive and equitableEffective Communication- Comfortable with both verbal and written communication, adept at conveying complex information in an understandable, engaging, and persuasive manner to a variety of audiencesCollaborative Teamwork- Shows a strong ability to work cooperatively with others, sharing knowledge, learning from feedback, and contributing positively to the team’s objectives. Values the input and expertise of colleagues and community members alikeProblem Solving- Demonstrates excellent analytical skills and the ability to solve complex problems creatively and effectively. Adapts to changing circumstances, challenges, and opportunities with a positive attitude and flexibility Experience & Qualifications Proven experience in community management, project management, or a related roleDemonstrated ability to lead and coordinate events and meetingsExperience working with community-based organisations and understanding of community investment strategiesUnderstanding of budget management, funding mechanisms, and financial reporting

Offshore Wind

GIS Specialist

United Kingdom

JOB ID: #7108 GIS Specialist  Location: Edinburgh/Aberdeen/ Sunbury/London The Geospatial Specialist will provide technical GIS information, data management, analytics and visualization support to our Integrated Energy customer. You will work closely and exclusively with multiple offshore wind projects, taking them through the DCO process, engineering and construction phases.  Responsibilities Act as the lead for geospatial activities within a wind project.Plan, coordinate and manage geospatial resources and support across the project.Develop innovative solutions and procedures and promote best practice to improve efficiency and quality within the geospatial team and across projects.Review all scopes of work and method statements for third party suppliers where a geospatial deliverable will be required.Undertake geospatial mapping, analysis, data capture, data management and geoprocessing.Provide geospatial Data Management on projects to both internal and external clients.Conduct Quality Control and Quality Assurance of data and outputs.Advise project staff on all geospatial related issues.Develop and maintain geospatial web-based applications.Provide technical support for the implementation and operation of geospatial projects.Perform geospatial analysis, modelling and reporting to support decision making.Understand the geospatial concepts and inputs to LCOE modelling.Ensure the controlled connection of geospatial data between wind yield, layout planning and project developments teams.Generate, maintain and disseminate geospatial layers, maps and metadata.The Geospatial Specialist is a technical role for those who have a passion for data and a zeal to unlock and use data and analytics to inform better business decisions. Experience & Job Requirements Some experience of below listed technical ability is expected but not all:Adhering to the Geospatial standards for internal/external data and the risk of incorporating this data onto maps and data repositories.Promoting naming conventions, industry standard acronyms, codes, units of measure & symbols.Recognizing, fixing errors & inconsistences in data and fundamental workflows while managing implications of moving data and maps for avoiding data connection issues in the management of Geospatial Data.The structure of various Geospatial data formats (shape file, geodatabase, raster, tabular, tin, etc.), and how to edit data in SDE Geodatabases.Know how and when to apply datum transformations, recognize, trouble-shoot and repair coordinate reference systems issues in existing datasets and how to determine which geodetic parameters were likely used for historic datasets.Import/export of data between ArcGIS and other applications, including using FME and related tools. Developing tools for data import/export of geospatial data where needed, being cognizant of the tools that already exist.You have some familiarity with data-related technologies/languages (e.g. FME, Python, R, ElasticSearch, JavaScript, etc.).Reading, & modify the display properties of raster data sets for basic analysis. Performing spatial analysis with vector/raster data, including generating surfaces from point data, calculating isopachs and drawing contours.The concept of spatial analysis, and what the software is capable of. Running simple analysis tools, creating basic models to automate simple workflows moving toward advanced models to automate complex geoscience workflows, basic scripting languages for editing attributes, writing short scripts for data manipulation and data QC.Actively seeking to improve data insights, automate and simplify workflows and processes.Creating innovative solutions to improve process, workflow, best practice and service delivery.Challenging conventional thinking, problem solving and innovatingIdentifying, piloting and applying new data management techniques to improve data and service delivery.Actively seeking to apply data science techniques; automation and machine learning, including the use of analytical and visualization tools to translate data and interpreted results into actionable insights and value.Actively communicating and promoting the purpose and benefits of information and data management and data analytics, engaging and effectively managing stakeholders.A preferred candidate will be expected to have familiarity with either the UK (Crown Estate or ScotWind) and/or other country specific development consenting processes for wind projects. Education Master’s degree, GIS, Geographic Science, Computer Science, Survey Engineering, Related Field, or related Bachelor’s degree with some relevant experience

Offshore Wind

Technical Contract Manager

Swindon, England

JOB ID: #7093 Technical Contract Manager Location: Swindon or HamburgOur client is looking for a Technical Contract Manager to be responsible for preparing technical tender documentation, coordinate and lead negotiations for technical matters and clarification with internal and external stakeholders. Key Responsibilities Preparation, evaluation, and negotiation of technical contracts including the annexes for wind offshore projects worldwide. Act as the technical lead during the negotiations for the technical-contractual terms of the agreements. Act as a link between different departments to ensure that their input is considered in the contracts. Technical contract review, amendment and termination management as well as capturing lessons learned and implementation. Interface between engineering, procurement, construction, and project members to clarify technical-contractual questions arising during tender phases. Evaluate offers; Identify and evaluate deviations and ensure that technical concessions made during negotiations are in line with company policies and standards. Project-specific tender document list. Deviation and clarification register. Requirements Degree in the field of engineering. Drafting, managing, and tracking of technical contracts (especially of Offshore wind farms). Relevant comprehensive experience in the design, construction, and operations of Offshore wind farm components. Experience in Civil Engineering (optional.) 3-5 years of experience in Project Management, Contract and/or Requirements Management. Very good knowledge of written and spoken English.

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Transmission Engineer

Remote work, Scotland

JOB ID: #7088 Transmission Engineer Location: Scotland, RemoteOur client is looking for an HV Primary Plant Engineer to join our multi-disciplined Project Engineering team to help develop and deliver innovative solutions to high voltage electrical substation projects, helping to unlock the renewable generation potential in the North of Scotland and contributing towards the UK's Net-Zero targets. Key Responsibilities Creating outline scope, site location plans, primary plant layout and Single Line Diagrams for new build and asset replacement type projects, operating up to 400kV. Reviewing contractor/consultants' detailed designs and witnessing Factory Acceptance Testing. Implementing safety by design principles to ensure that engineering and safety risks are adequately controlled. Support site and operational teams to ensure the quality of installations, with minimal risk to Network security. Evaluate tenders and procure and manage specialist services from consultants. Requirements A good awareness of the technical functions in Transmission, along with an appreciation of legal and regulatory obligations and project governance and engineering processes. An understanding of the legislation and implications for the Transmission network management for both Assets and Projects, including Construction Design Management & Electricity Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations. You must be a problem solver with the strength of character to ensure critical matters are addressed by the project teams. Enthusiastic with excellent communication skills, with the ability to demonstrate diligence and prioritise tasks.

Engineer - Protection & Control

Scotland

JOB ID: #7064 Protection and Control Project Engineer Location: Scotland, Hybrid  Our client is looking for an experienced Protection & Control Project Engineer to provide technical support across their growing portfolio of projects.  Key Responsibilities:Assess and define the technical scope of protection and control requirements for new build substations and modifications to existing.Prepare outline scheme designs, key line diagrams, protection setting calculations, and setting files for relays, and support the implementation of IEC61850 solutions.Review third-party contractor/consultant detailed designs and witness FAT, as well as provide support for field teams to ensure the quality of installations.Evaluate tenders and procure/manage specialist services from consultants.Support multi-disciplinary project teams in identifying and managing engineering risks and identifying opportunities for the project to excel.   Qualifications Qualified to a minimum of HND level in Electrical Engineering.Demonstrable technical skills in Transmission protection and control specification and scheme design, as well as the skills to calculate protection settings for implementation.Confidence to technically assess engineering problems and critically assess a range of technical solutions.Good communication skills, with the ability to demonstrate diligence and prioritise tasks, as well as a thorough understanding of relevant legislation, including CDM and ESQCR, and the implications of this for Transmission network management.Ideally, candidates should be Chartered Engineers or working towards this.Ideally, experience with Protection & Control Engineering on UK projects.

Project Engineer - HV Cable

Scotland

JOB ID: #7063 HV Cable Project Engineer Location: Scotland, Hybrid Key Responsibilities Involved in the full project life cycle, from project definition, preparing and evaluating tenders, conceptual and front-end design development, detail design reviews, HAZID/HAZCON/HAZOP sessions into supporting construction, installation, commissioning and project completion. providing cable engineering support across multiple projects by producing or reviewing outline cable system designs during development phases, including: review and assessment of technology options, underground cable routing selection, producing current rating calculations using CYMCAP software and assessment of interface requirements. Developing technical scopes and specifications for new underground cable projects as well as modifications to existing assets. Reviewing cable system prequalification and type testing reports in preparation for SSEN approval, reviewing and verifying contractor/consultant detailed underground cable system designs, witnessing factory and relevant discipline site acceptance testing. Providing technical support to site teams to ensure quality of installations and cable commissioning activities. Evaluate tenders and procure and manage specialist services from consultants. Promoting and managing safety within your assigned projects through the implementation of CDM procedures and practices, ensuring the project engineering is compliant with company, HSE and industry regulations. Working closely with Engineering Managers and Project Managers to ensure that Engineering and Quality risks are identified and mitigated. Providing technical support on high profile projects or technically complex issues. Qualifications Candidates must be degree-qualified electrical engineers to be considered for this role. Previous Transmission experience required. A minimum of 3+ Years of cable project experience.

Offshore Wind

Site Technician Supervisor

United States

JOB ID: #7058 Site Technician Supervisor Location: United States Our client is looking for an experienced Lead Site Technician / Site Technician Supervisor whose job will be training the US based (less experienced) Site Tech Supervisors, in how to succeed in their new role. This will mean that this role will most likely be spending some time offshore showing them which tasks may done on the towers. This is why it is a requirement to hold GWO’s. It is expected that the successful candidate will be required to climb towers as well. Key Responsibilities Responsible for the Site Technicians. Rota, timesheets etc. Overall daily planning of tasks and RAMS for the Site Technicians. Train the less experienced Site Technician Supervisors (aka Lead Site Technicians in EU) on how to succeed in their new role. Assist Site Technicians BOP/OSS as required with daily tasks (subject to Site Technicians role description). Managing the maintenance of the OSS- crane, davit lifting systems and manual hoists. Any extra tasks given to the Site Techs by the projects. Snags after installation. Walk-downs and checks (as directed by CM). Assisting SAP's with fitting of locks and chains during commissioning. Servicing, repair, re-fuelling and removal of foundation generators. General maintenance and inspections of mechanical OSS systems (not electrical during construction) including Helideck (Aviation/Temporary Navigation) if applicable. Planning of davit crane operations. Requirements GWO courses: Sea Survival, Working at Heights, First Aid, Fire Awareness, Manual Handling. BOSIET/HUET incl. CA-EBS. OGUK Medical certificate incl. Chester Step. Experience in leading/managing a crew. Relevant education/courses: Slinger & Banksman, Rigging level 1. Five years of relevant experience. Previously worked as a Lead Site Technician. Previously worked as a Site Technician. Experience with training, instructing or similar. Must hold a valid working permit/Visa for the US.

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Harbour Site Technician

United States

JOB ID: #7059 Harbour Site Technician Location: United States Our client is looking for a Harbour Site Technician to be responsible for the daily housekeeping on-site and various tasks related to the operation of the site facilities. Key Responsibilities “Go to” person for harbour site activities. All PPE is up to date. Crane and forklift operations. Stock and warehouse monitoring. Maintenance of site facilities. Position could potentially be union depending on the requirements of the site, but preliminary expectation is to be non-union. Tasks Assist the project HSE department regarding harbour site-specific issues. Management of safety equipment: PPE, climbing gear including keeping a record of inventory and keeping track of the use of PPE, monitoring service life of PPE. Site stock management – consumables for the building. Daily housekeeping on site and vehicles. General site upkeep. Building, facility, and site boundary safety checks Monitor and record site electricity and water use. Site office delivery management. Call-out duty outside normal working hours. Keep a quarantined area for damaged tools and PPE. Assist vessel crew with loading and unloading of vessel when in harbour. Supporting the construction management with ad hoc tasks. Taxi service as required for personnel going offshore/onshore. Daily /weekly/ monthly/Annual building safety checks. The project expects that the resources assigned would have the flexibility to perform other tasks as required. DECISION AUTHORITYAgreed at the specific project. This may include: Generate proposals for supplies to be purchased. Generate proposals for new PPE equipment to be ordered by Site Management. Scrap failing PPE and lifting equipment. Right to call for local suppliers for minor urgent jobs e.g., plumber. Qualifications Mandatory: Driver’s license. Mandatory: certification to operate telescopic handlers. Recommended: Recommended relevant education: Preferred craftsman or Storage Keeper with experience of managing calibration of tools, defining quarantined areas etc. Recommended years of experience from similar position: three to five years and local knowledge Recommended years of relevant work experience within wind and/or construction: three to five years of work on construction site. Recommended: electrical background. Deliverables PPE record. Storage record. Calibration/certification records. Facility safety checks.

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Offshore Substation Transmission Specialist

Rhode Island, United States

 JOB ID: #7041 Offshore Substation Transmission Specialist Location: Providence, RI  Key Responsibilities Implementation of the Electrical Safety Rules on site, including the safe system of work.Advise operationally on high voltage electrical installations to WTG, offshore substations and both HV submarine and onshoreOversee safe commissioning of grid connections, onshore substations and associated MV/HV/LV plant and equipment.Oversee all MV/HV/LV electrical operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV network.Contribute to proactive management, good coordination and communication between all parties and that the process worksCoordinate MV/HV/LV commissioning activities through the project construction stages.Ensure compliancy with and managing of Electrical Safety Rules.Safety coordination in electrical matters.Act as senior authorized person.Outage management and network control in collaboration with the Control Engineers.Update MV/HV/LV schematic diagrams.Inspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical matters.Coordinate with the Lead Commissioning Project Manager to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Project.Manage and coordinate HV/MV/LV commissioning activities.Coordinate with National Grid and attend commissioning panel meetings.Prepare and check high voltage switching schedules.Check method statements for electrical matters.Implement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rules.Provide technical and engineering advice to working parties for electrical mattersAssist different departments when required.Attendance at FAT and SAT tests if requiredAct as Training Mentor for Various projects.Take electrical operational responsibility for an entire substation.Possibility to work in adverse work conditions/emergency work scenarios.On-call may arise during certain work tasks.GWO training and HUET training to be completed.Ability to pass medical fitness test DeliverablesInput to the project commissioning management manual and related documents (including pre-commissioning and commissioning quality plans)Participation in different auditsReports from FAT & SAT on the different high voltage equipments.Onsite check of switching program.Participation in the planning of resource and work activities.Participation in authorizations and assessments of new candidates.Deliver inputs to the design phase of the project on technical aspect.Switching on HV/MV & LV equipmentGrounding of equipment & creating isolation zone’s Setting up demarcation of worksites for contractors based on Work Requests.Lead toolbox talks to start working parties.Pre and Post energization checks of all equipment across the windfarm.Participating in work rotations both offshore and onshore if assigned to that rotation.Project specific administrative tasks to assist Lead SAP.Ability to work on Microsoft platforms (excel, word, outlook, etc.…)Ability to lift 50lbs.Say in relation to MV/HV switching and isolations.Issue of Electrical Safety Rules safety rules documents.Management of electrical safety to work onsite. Requirements 275kV Senior Authorized Person.Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope.Several years of operation and commissioning experience within the field of high voltage electricity, offshore experience preferable.Complete and up to date GWO and HUET (incl. CA-EBS if required by site).Climbing gear person weight limit – 120kg/264lb.Minimum 1 year of working experience within onshore substations systemsMinimum 6 months of working experience within offshore substations systems,Preferable.Minimum 1 year of working experience within wind turbines, preferable.

Offshore Wind

ITT Coordinator

Scotland

JOB ID: #7028 ITT Coordinator Location: Edinburgh/Aberdeen/ Sunbury/London ScopeThe ITT Coordinator will support the LSS/OSP WP during ITT preparation in: Support of compilation, review, and management of various ITT documents essential for execution of the EPCI contract for OSP/LSS. Keeping track of all ITT relevant documents that are circulating for preparation, check- & approval procedures, ensuring version control and accessibility for all relevant stakeholders. Assistance for ensuring document accuracy, completeness, compliance with contractual obligations. Review, compare and reference (if needed) existing ITT documents (e.g. from other Work Packages), identifying non-/applicable documents. Manage and maintain a comprehensive list of deviations from former project phases (FEED) to EPCi phase. Ensuring accurate & timely preparation, organisation, and distribution of (non-technical) Project ITT documents. (e.g. A-Section-, HSSE-, Quality- & Project Control documents). Help implementation of ECMS (incl. assistance for version control measures, tracking document revisions and updates). Support facilitating a clear understanding for each contractor’s respective contractual positions (e.g. assist in maintenance of repository (for EPCI contract documents), ensuring easy access / retrieval as needed. Coordinating & liaison with WP-internal / external stakeholders (such as work package managers, engineers, legal advisors, interfaces, procurement etc.) to ensure alignment on document requirements and deviations. Required Bachelor's degree in engineering, business administration, or a related field. Prior experience in FIDIC contracts and contract administration within the EPCI industry is required. Strong attention to detail, organizational skills, and ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to proactively collaborate effectively with diverse stakeholders. Proficiency in document management software (such as Omega365, thinkproject! or eq.) and Microsoft Office Suite. Attention to detail, organizational skills, and ability to collaborate with stakeholders will be critical in maintaining the integrity and efficiency of the ITT documentation process. Communication Skills: Good written and verbal communication skills to interact effectively with internal and external stakeholders. Team Player: Ability to work collaboratively in a multicultural and multi-disciplinary team environment and support colleagues as needed. Coordination/Interfaces with: Electrical & Information Systems WP Transmission Engineering WP Onshore / Offshore EXC WP GRD WP IAG WP & WTG WP Procurement WS Legal WS Consenting External Contractors

Onshore Wind

Procurement & Commercial Manager

Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland

JOB ID: #7032 Procurement & Commercial Manager Location: Glasgow or Perth - flexible working As a Procurement & Commercial Manager (Senior Quantity Surveyor) in the Renewables Business, you will be expected to manage procurement and post contract commercial requirements relevant to the Renewables business area. You will demonstrate value leadership, customer service and innovation to support the vision in becoming a world class provider of Procurement and Commercial services and embed a consistent approach to reduce the total cost of ownership by achieving targets set in this regard. Key Accountabilities Reporting to the Senior Procurement & Commercial Manager you are expected to be a senior commercial practitioner (not just a people manager) and have a professional, dynamic and agile approach to ensure the successful commercial delivery of a large onshore capital project covering the entire range of procurement and commercial activities from development into execution to achieve the strategic goals of the business.Taking responsibility for developing robust pricing assumptions and delivering on commercially led solutions, to provide enhanced business case opportunities for the Renewables Business.Being responsible for developing strong commercial and contracting strategies, then executing end to end procurement activities to meet the diverse needs of our clients Renewables business, whilst complying with Procurement and Commercial policies and procedures.Engaging regularly with Category Managers and the Head of Procurement & Commercial Shared Services to ensure the wider function provides a co-ordinated, effective and efficient service to the business.Undertaking strategic relationship management activity, working with stakeholders and their commercial / bid teams to ensure the best outcomes from their key supplier relationshipsKey member of a multi-disciplinary team (from the matrix and/or JV partners) to design and deliver commercially successful bids, strategies and plans RequiredFRICS/MRICS / Quantity Surveying Degree educated or have an equivalent direct entry to a recognised appropriate professional bodyExperience of delivering large onshore capital projects (£1bn plus) in the UK using FIDIC and NEC contracts and the ability to influence, lead and resolve disputes and problem solveTrack record of working to and successfully delivering to tight timescales in the commercial function of large onshore capital projects across civils & M&E and both pre and post contractUnderstanding of the markets, support contracts, regions, commodities and services the Renewables Business requiresPrevious experience in a similar role where you were responsible for procuring, negotiating and managing contracts and associated risks, as well as managing suppliers and sub-contractors.Previous experience in an operational multifaceted business with an understanding of supply chain concepts and how to improve them and detailed understanding of commercial value drivers within large and complex business cases.

Offshore Wind

Procurement Manager - On & Offshore Substations

Sunbury, Surrey, South East, England

 JOB ID: #7006 Procurement Manager – Onshore & Offshore Substations   Location: Sunbury Our client’s managing a competitive FEED process for the Electrical Sub Stations scope. During the FEED, competing contractors will submit their designs and execution strategies, contract terms exceptions and commercial proposals in order to be selected as the EPC contractor for the design, fabrication and construction of the onshore and offshore substations for two of their projects. The electrical scopes includes one onshore substation in Wales and one onshore substation in England, the scope also includes 1.5GW offshore substations (the decision on whether this is 2 large or 6 smaller offshore substations has not been taken).Key Responsibilities Procurement Manager for Onshore and Offshore Sub Stations.The role will manage the selection for the EPC.Negotiate the EPC contract terms.Establish the rates and prices to move from design through to commissioning.The 2024 scope is to negotiate the EPC contract terms and prices and complete the competitive FEED.The scope beyond 2024 is to manage the contract (>1 billion GBP). RequirementsNegotiation of large EPC contracts (preferably including UK onshore construction experience).Developing commercial models for lump sum conversion e.g. elements of the scope will not be able to be fixed and different remuneration will be required such as schedules of rates, indexation, cost plus, lump sum etc.Contract and Claims management experience for Fabrication and Onshore Civils contracts.

Offshore Wind

Consent Discharge Offshore Lead

London, Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #6970Consent Discharge Offshore LeadLocation: London or Edinburgh Role Our client is looking for a high calibre individual to join their offshore wind consenting teams in order to support the project in the planning and preparing for the pre-construction phase. The Offshore Consents Lead/Advisor will work as a part of the consenting team, reporting to the Consent Manager/Lead. The candidate will also need to work with the Consents Optimisation Lead who is responsible for optimising the schedule and activities for the Project, including critical path pre-construction consenting and discharge activities.Responsibilities • Working closely with the Consents team, and Consents Optimisation Lead, responsible for scoping and planning all activities and surveys that may be required to facilitate the discharges of consent conditions (including Deemed Marine Licenses) in relation to pre-construction and construction programme, including all other necessary consents and licenses that may be required to facilitate the Project• Leading on contracting and procuring the relevant environment and other consultancy support to facilitate the pre-construction activities for responsible areas• Managing the programme of deliverables from the consultants in the responsible areas• Responsible liaising with the rest of the Project consents team to ensure that there is alignment across the Project• Responsible for liaising with other internal stakeholders in relation to the responsible area e.g. engineering, lands and commercial, where applicable. • Ensure strong cooperation within the Project between onshore, intertidal and offshore packages in relation to offshore consenting risk and deliverables• Develop and implement strategies (including risk management strategies) for relevant responsible areas• Contract and budget management in relation to responsible areas• Input to and support Consent manager on resource needs, programme, and risks in relation to the responsible areas• Provide updates on key showstoppers on the responsible areas to the Consent Manager, including updates to the Project risk registerRequirements • Degree in relevant environmental or consenting discipline• Experience of large-scale EIA and/or DCO projects, preferably offshore wind• Experience of pre-construction and discharge activities and processes• Preferably some experience of planning applications, and working with local planning authorities• Experience of other consents and licenses – e.g. EPS and marine licensing• Knowledge of understanding impact assessment for offshore and intertidal topic areas• Experience of developing strategies for high risk consenting topics• Experience with working in a multidisciplinary team and across different cultures• Experience with developing and implementing QA process• Experience with stakeholder and regulators, relevant to England and Wales, is an advantage but not essential• Preferably, with experience working with English and Welsh legislative frameworks• Experience of procurement activities would be preferable• Experience in planning for and discharging offshore and intertidal requirements and conditions, and Deemed Marine Licenses

Site Representative - HVDC OCP

United Kingdom

JOB ID: #6982Site Representative - HVDC OCPLocation: UKScope of Works • Monitor and track work progress on a daily basis (Installation/commissioning progress, cable installation, termination, testing progress). Ensure that HUC works scope is signed-off as completed.• Arrange works on a daily basis such that the works are delivered to the programme.• Compile & distribute a 24hr programme.• Compile & distribute a 3 day look ahead programme, based on documents submitted by Contractors• Continually monitor the 3 day look ahead ensuring that the master programme is being delivered.• Prioritise works and resolve conflicts through dialogue with the OSP Construction Coordinator (Principal Contractor), Electrical Package and Cable Package Teams• Promptly identify and seek resolution to any issues through dialogue with the Offshore OCP Package Manager, HVDC Package team or Commissioning team.Deliverables • Co-ordinate equipment & material – departures, arrivals and storage on board• Ensure Welfare facilities are maintained, and replenishments/ change-outs are organised with SOV.• Key point of contact for works on the OCP to shore, both OSM team, and Package.• Provides, or arranges toolbox talks to personnel and Contractors.• Identify any new requirements, temporary or otherwise, during Hook Up & Commissioning progress• Work with GE team to facilitate drills or emergency exercises.• Escalate Contractor significant issues or contract non-performance with the Package Manager for resolution.Required • Relevant technical education, e.g. Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Degree/HNC or equivalent.• IOSH/NEBOSH Certification.• All certificates required to work Offshore - GWO Working at Height, First Aid, Sea Survival, Fire Awareness, Manual Handling and Slinger. Advanced rescue / First Aid Desirable• HUET with CA-EBS• Fluent in spoken and written English• Proficiency in Microsoft Office• Strong leadership skills• Very strong awareness of quality and HSE requirements• Flexibility, teamwork skills, good social skills and ability to work under pressure• Structure, independent, analytical and goal-orientated work methods• Capable of intercultural collaboration with internal and external partners• Strong communication skills

Offshore Wind

CDM Facilitator

London, Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #6967 CDM Facilitator Location: Sunbury/London  Role Our clients Offshore UK Wind Program is the development of 3 offshore wind projects. The program plays a material part in supporting the UK Government’s target of producing sufficient offshore wind energy to power every UK home by the end of this decade. These projects have a combined potential generating capacity of 5.9 gigawatts, sufficient to power the equivalent of around 6 million households – helping to achieve Scotland’s offshore wind generation target of 11GW and the UK’s 50GW target by 2030. Responsibilities Review, update and own the Project CDM Management Strategy and PlanCoordinate the implementation of the Construction Design and Management (CDM) activities in line with HSE CDM 2015 regulations & the CDM project strategy across the Project scope, to confirm and verify that CDM responsibilities are met by relevant duty holders in the project.Manage the project CDM documentation and tracker to record progress and confirm and verify duty holders maintain records in a timely manner.Work closely with the relevant team members to ensure CDM requirements are discharged in all relevant phases of the project.Support Work Package Managers (Contract Accountable Managers) to communicate CDM requirements to contractors and verify progress is recorded in project CDM tracker.Lead CDM training across the project and through its lifecycle to include but not limited to; inclusion in onboarding, specific training for those with key duties, training for key project stages and routine refresher training. Maintain training records for the project organization.Facilitate Readiness Reviews for acceptance/execution/ construction activities and at all relevant key stage gates to provide CDM guidance and confirm and verify CDM requirements are met and recorded.Support the engagement with UK HSE and other external bodies in demonstrating CDM within the project.Lead the documentation and handover of CDM records for the project at stage gates and at project handover, including Pre-Construction Information and other specified documents. Interfaces Work Package ManagersTechnical Project ManagersHSE ManagerConstruction Manager (onshore/offshore)Cross Functions (ECI, Certification, GEO, T&I, Project Services)

Quality Engineer - Steel

Germany

JOB ID: #6960 Quality Engineer Steel Structures Location: Hamburg Role Reviewing and assess quality documentation from the supply chainEnsuring Employers requirements are implemented by the contractorPlanning, coordination, and execution of Quality Control (QC) activitiesLiaise with the different contractorsManaging of Quality InspectorsOversee and manage the quality of work delivered by the supply chain under package contractsLeads the day-to-day QC activitiesEvaluation of reports, inspection results and findingsCapture all work progress, inspections, and non-conformities (NC) in Quality inspection appLogging and resolution of open pointsInitiation and management NC reports and corrective and preventive actionsMaintenance of an auditable trail of quality activities and associated recordsRecommendations where appropriate of the resolution of an NC with a Concession and management of acceptance/rejectionSupporting in finding solutions for quality issuesSupporting in any claims processCollate the as-built, installation and supporting Quality records necessary for Commercial OperationsEscalates issue to the Quality ManagerProvide weekly reportsOther QA/QC activities or related task as directedExperienced RequiredWorked within the Offshore Fabrication Industry as a Quality Engineer (other industries with transferrable skills may be considered).Comprehensive understanding of offshore steel structure fabricators and their manufacturing/coating supply chain, with marketplace intelligence on performance.Experience leading/coordinating inspectors and their daily taskComprehensive understanding of steel manufacturing processes and steel coating.Able to demonstrate a good understanding of quality requirements and risks in onshore and offshore environment and the associated standards.Understanding of European Directives and their applicability to foundations on and offshore.Experienced in dealing with contractors/sub-contractors and supply chain monitoring for compliance.Fluent written & verbal English.Able to demonstrate a strong understanding of Inspection and TestPlans, Project Quality Plans and implementation of tailored Quality Surveillance Programs.IT literate in Microsoft, word, excel, power point and outlook Certificates Degree qualified Engineer or time served apprentice in a Mechanical/Energy Engineering/ with a Fabrication background.Experience in steel manufacture, welding and coatingQualification as international welding engineer and/or coating inspectorISO 9001-2015 Lead Auditors CourseFull driving licenseGWO Working at HeightsGWO Fire AwarenessGWO First AidGWO Manual Handling

Engineer - T&I

Poland, Mazowieckie, Warszawa

JOB ID: #6942Engineer - T&I Location: Warsaw Our client is looking for a T&I ENGINEER to support the FOU T&I Manager with the day -today execution of the FOU T&I contract and work with internal teams to ensure FOU T&I scope is delivered to project requirements (inc. ESG, Consents, HSE and Quality) You will also be expected to manage tasks given by the FOU T&I Manager, to split management tasks and optimise team resources. Key Responsibilities Report to FOU T&I Manager. Deliver FOU T&I Contract, in compliance with project FID requirements (HSE, Quality, ESG, Consents). Manage FOU T&I programme and deliver works on time and on budget. Identify any changes or gaps in FOU T&I scope and work with Change. Management / PMO teams to manage changes, risk register and budgets. .Draft FOU T&I Contractor communications to be issued by Package Manager. Support other T&I work streams, including OSS, CAB, WTG and Construction T&I (MWS, MCC etc). Manage the FOU T&I interface with FOU Supply and Design. Manage in part or fully the FOU T&I specification/contracting process in cooperation with the FOU and T&I package. Support or lead on FOU T&I interfaces with other packages. Ensure compliance with PMO processes and provide input and updates (schedule, risk, budget, interface register). Input to the Regulatory team for the consenting process. Follow of harbour & offshore logistic concept and management plan. Analyse and coordinate the overall FOU T&I logistics. Analyse, recommend and optimize offshore installation concepts and installation procedures. Coordinate technical studies such as transport, pilling, noise and lifting assessments etc. Develop the Employer’s Requirements, specifications, design and technical documents for the Package, including both execution and operations needs. Manage the technical requirements of the procurement and supply of the Packages agreement. Monitor contractor operations (including vessel and yard works), and manage site/offshore Client Representatives. Deliver Package documentation and input as agreed with FOU Package manager Maintain package interface, risk registers . Contribute to monthly reports and package budgeting/cash flow plans. Development of SOW and review of offers to support procurement of package contracts, including assistance with Construction Team scope (e.g. MWS & Client Reps). Qualifications Offshore experience installing monopiles and TPs for a T&I contractor. Mechanical Engineer or similar qualification. Min 5 years experience working for a marine transport and installation contractor.

Offshore Wind

Engineer Transport and Installation

Scotland, Glasgow City, Glasgow

JOB ID: #6910 Transport and Installation Engineer Location: Glasgow Our client is looking for a Transport and Installation Engineer who can Lead and coordinate T&I engineering work in relation to the foundations on Offshore windfarms. Must have the ability to develop marine logistics strategy from foundation fabrication locations to marshalling facilities to transport to field for subsequent installation. Be able to identify suitable installation vessels that have the capability to install the structures being proposed as well as develop installation strategy and assess contractors proposed methodology for efficiency and suitability. Key Responsibilities Closely interface with the Structures team on the project during the Concept/FEED/Detailed Design to ensure that requirements for T&I are introduced and reflected in the foundation design. Lift Point Design. Installation criteria. Grillage & SF design. Tooling requirements. Closely interface with the team on the project to understand the parameters for installation. Hub heights, water depths, leg penetration. Close interface with the Geotech team for foundation installation and geotechnical requirements supporting information required, risks associated to the geotechnical constraints and associated installation methods. Maintain ongoing interaction with the T&I supply chain during the design process to understand the contractors methodology for installation is aligning with the design. Review Contractors methods for transportation and installation. Responsible for management of risk and risk mitigation related to the T&I technical scope. At all times act, behave and lead by example according to professional standards of conduct and values. Qualifications and Skills Strong ability to work autonomously and independently, using initiative to lead T&I engineering decisions and solutions while keeping the T&I manager appraised and involved as needed. Ability to work within a team of T&I engineers, in a collaborative and effective manner. Experience of contractual interface management, contractor management and conflict/dispute resolution. Effective Communication. Min 10 years work experience within a similar industry and role. Educated to degree level in relevant technical discipline. Experience working for a developer or offshore installation contractor Experience with foundation loadouts, transportation and installation GWO suite of training certifications including First Aid, Manual Handling, Fire Awareness, Working at Heights and Sea Survival (with HUET). COVID-19 Passport. Offshore Medical including Chester Step Test. CDM and Maritime regulations experience. Offshore Lifting and LOLER experience. IT proficient. Tasks Chair technical meetings both internally and externally with Contractors representing the interests of the Client and project. Prepare and contribute to regular reporting regarding the development of the T&I scope. Monitor and track progress of the T&I Contractor’s engineering related to the development and readiness of the installation vessel(s) to handle and install the project specific foundations.

Contract Manager

Lithuania

JOB ID: #6880 Senior Contract Manager Location: Vilnius, Lithuania / Hybrid Our clients are looking for a colleague to join their team and help them oversee and execute package contracting operations within the supply and/or transport & installation domain, focusing particularly on substantial Tier 1 contracts valued at hundreds of millions of euros. Key areas of responsibility: Initiate, manage, and elaborate on the Conditions of Contract with a focus on contract document elaboration and all contractual input and clarifications, supported by a Legal Counsel for compliant phrasing of contractual articles. Commercial and procurement topics and documents, as well as Request for Proposal/Invitation to Tender management, are overseen by a Senior Supply Chain Manager in coordination with the Senior Contract Manager. Handle complete, package-related contractual document management and elaboration processes, including responsible management of all contractual clarification and deviation topics. Work on the basis of the project's (purchase) governing model: Implement the contractual processes, requirements, tendering rules, reporting, and document handling standards. Prepare for and participate in all package-related negotiations, leading all contractual negotiations in close coordination with the Work Package Manager. In close coordination with the package-related Contract Manager, take the lead in the whole contractual document management/elaboration, including Contract (Agreement) and contractual Schedules. Qualifications Have a degree in Contract Management (on basis of Project Management, Economics, Supply Chain Management and/or Business Administration) or in Legal (with focus on management of major Contracts) Have a minimum of 8 years previous experience in a senior or lead contract management position within offshore wind and within the respective package would be an advantage Have long-term experience in the handling of contractual topics and negotiations for the contacts above 100M EUR (FIDIC, BIMCO and related) Have an experience in offshore wind development projects or supply chain business Have an excellent proficiency in written and spoken English. Additional Information Will become a part of a team with years of experience in one of the largest energy group of companies in the Baltic region Will have broad opportunities to develop and grow professionally, you will learn from the experts in your field Will not only be able to observe how innovations come to life, but also initiate changes yourself by contributing your knowledge and experience towards creating an Energy Smart world Will receive benefits package (possibility of remote work, flexible work time, etc).

Supply Chain Manager

Lithuania

JOB ID: #6879 Supply Chain Manager Location: Vilnius, Lithuania/Hybrid Our client is looking for a colleague to join their team and help them oversee related sourcing, participate in negotiations, and manage all commercial aspects, fostering key relationships and optimizing value. They value openness; partnership is their strength, and responsibility makes them a great team. Key areas of responsibility: Together with the Work Package Manager, initiate and handle early engagement with package-specific Tier 1 and accompanying supply chain entities (designers, consultants), elaboration, and handling of respective Request for Information processes. Develop strong supplier relationships and engagement in the industry to secure supply and anticipate upcoming package-related supply chain constraints. Initiate, manage, and elaborate on the entire tender process with a focus on (a) all tender document management and (b) all commercial input and clarifications. Handle complete, package-related supply chain relationship and document exchange management processes, including responsible management of all clarification and deviation registers. Prepare for and participate in all package-related negotiations, leading all commercial negotiations in close coordination with the Work Package Manager. Qualifications Have a degree in Economics, Supply Chain Management, Business Administration and/or Engineering with relevant commercial expertise Have a minimum of 8 years previous experience in a senior or lead procurement position; within offshore wind and within the respective package would be an advantage Have an experience in offshore wind development projects or supply chain business Excellent organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and efficiently Ability to work within the ‘projects magic triangle’ in quality, time and budget and under deadline pressure, ensuring efficient procurement execution while meeting financial constraints. Additional Information Will become a part of a team with years of experience in one of the largest energy group of companies in the Baltic region Will have broad opportunities to develop and grow professionally, you will learn from the experts in your field Will not only be able to observe how innovations come to life, but also initiate changes yourself by contributing your knowledge and experience towards creating an Energy Smart world Will receive benefits package (possibility of remote work, flexible work time, etc).

Offshore Wind

Finance Data Manager

Scotland, Scotland, Scotland

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

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