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AJ Glogiewicz

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AJ Glogiewicz

AJ Glogiewicz

AJ Glogiewicz

Consultant - Site

AJ entered the Renewables Industry in 2018 and has become a vital member of the Delivery Team since joining LSP in 2019. Her knowledge, experience and network have led her to become a well-respected Consultant amongst the site-based personnel within wind energy.

AJ was promoted to Senior Delivery Consultant, and is now works closely with clients to deliver the best-in-class talent.

AJ Jobs

Offshore Wind

WTG Pre-Assembly Site Representative

Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England

Our client is looking for a WTG Pre-Assembly Site Representative to join their team, the Site Representative shall be present at the Pre-assembly site to observe activities associated with receipt, transportation, assembly and erection and load-out of the WTG components as well as any backloading activities to site. They shall monitor, record and report activities in order to pre-empt or notify the WTG package team aware of issues that may impact the current or future works, particularly with regards to e.g. safety, quality, performance, procedural and contractual compliance and programme. They shall act as the main point of contact for all activities at site, interfacing with other parties and managing the site meetings as required to support the works. The Site Representative shall also support the wider WTG package in any matters relating to the Pre-assembly site. Skillset/Experience Experience (minimum of 2-years) providing similar services in offshore renewables (preferably under an EPCI Contract environment); An excellent understanding of construction practices including but not limited to heavy lifting/transport (LOLER Reg’s), marine management, completion/sub assembly activities and inspection experience. Proven experience in site management of pre-assembly/marshalling ports is essential; Experience in site safety management is essential; Experience in Wind Turbine Generator systems and equipment is essential; Experience in mechanical and electrical fit-out; Experience in quality assurance activities and performing inspection walk-downs; An ability to read and understand technical documents and observe operations to ensure that the Contractor is working to their accepted documentation; Conversant with international codes, procedures and specifications relevant to offshore construction activities; An understanding of the appointed roles under CDM (2015) and UK Health and Safety requirements; Previous experience of: Work preparation and sequence planning Simultaneous Operations assessment Health and safety oversight Quality management Environmental management Deliverables – 2 or 3 by end of project Contributed to the successful execution of the Pre-assembly site works, assisting the WTG package team in pre-empting and mitigating risks to the works Observed, monitored and reported on all aspects of critical works performed at the Pre-assembly site Co-ordinated and managed all activities at the Pre-assembly site Qualifications (Mandatory) CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) accredited All GWO’s including medical with Chester step test would be advantageous IOSH Managing Safely or CITB SMSTS (Site Management Safety Training Scheme) GCSEs (or equivalent) in English and Maths as a minimum Qualifications (Preferred) CDM awareness training or proven competency LOLER awareness training or proven competency PUWER awareness training or proven competency IT proficient (Microsoft Word, Excel and Internet) Client representative training or similar Authority The Site Representative may not be granted access to observe all works at the Pre-assembly site since the client have no CDM responsibilities to undertake. Access will be pre-agreed between the client and the Site Representative notified accordingly. As such the Site Representative shall not demand access when this has not been pre-agreed. The Site Representative must not call themselves ‘Client Reps’ and must not step over the line, in regard to CDM duty holder responsibilities e.g. do not instruct Contractors, accept or approve Contractor RAMS or procedures. The Site Representative has no contractual authority, except for the authority to intervene or stop the operation in case of safety, quality infringements or the procedures are not being followed by the Contractor.

Onshore Wind

Resident Engineer

Scotland

Our client is seeking a Resident Engineer who will provide support to the PM and will have day-to-day responsibility for monitoring the project on site on behalf of the PM.  The RE will submit a weekly written report to the PM (format to be agreed). There will be a requirement to attend the all project update meetings required to complete the scope of work. Key ResponsibilitiesAlerting the PM to any perceived risks as they arise e.g. Early Warning.Assessing and auditing Contractor’s documentation – e.g., CDM Construction Phase Plan, Quality Assurance & Inspection Test Audit Plan , Construction Environmental Management Plan, RAMS, Emergency Procedures, etc to include period review and highlighting any non-conformance to the PM.Reviewing drawings and advising the PM of any issues.Keep weather, road condition and works undertaken records on a daily basis and in sufficient detail to deal with the requirements of the contract in regard to extraordinary adverse weather and other delays. Daily log to be issued to the PM in agreed format. Photographic records are to be taken to assist with record keepingCoordinate with third party contractors who are working on site.The interface with the Principal Contractor will also need to be carefully coordinated. Responsible forLiaison with Contractors and Inspection of Working AreasControl of design queries through RFI’sHealth and Safety Walk-Over’s and inspectionsCommunication with on-site personnel and witnessing of inspection and testing Requirements Must have SMSTS or equivalent safety qualificationConstruction experience – preferably on shore wind farms – on environmentally sensitive sites.Preferably civil engineering background but familiar with electrical and mechanical installations.Familiar with CDM requirements and ideally with NEC forms of contract.Must have experience in dealing with landowners, the Transmission Operator / Distribution Network Operator, Planning Enforcement Officers, consultants, third party contractors, regulators etc. Deliverables Daily progress reports for the entirety of the project in a format agreed with the PM.Minutes of monthly progress meetings and daily / weekly site co-ordination meetings.Complete RFI register for the project.Complete inspection and test record for the project, including inspections carried out by the RE, and in line with the agreed Inspection and Test Plans.Record of design changes and final as built drawings and O&M manuals for the CDM Health and Safety file.Reports for Health, Safety and Environmental inspections.Register of Health Safety and Environmental incidents.

Offshore Wind

Project Quality Manager

Sunbury, Surrey, South East, England

The Quality Manager plays a key role in delivering this complex offshore project. ResponsibilitiesDirect the project leadership team in the creation and management of a Right 1st Time quality culture within the project team, contractors, and suppliersDevelop and implement a structured quality management system (QMS) for the program and drive compliance with the program quality management processLead quality in design, equipment manufacture, fabrication, installation, HUC and hand over to OperationsBe responsible for establishing the project quality objectives, developing, and maintaining the project Quality Plan and other supporting quality documentsBe part of the project team, collaborating with the Senior Quality and methodology manager but deployed to the direction of the leadership TeamRun all quality field resources deployed on the programWork with other quality managers to develop standard methodology and drive continuous improvement in global quality management practices RequirementsA relevant Engineering Degree, Chartered Engineer and ideally an MSc or MEng.Experience with supplier qualityHave a strong quality mentalityExperience with root cause analysis tools and quality methodologiesA lead auditor in Quality Management SystemsExperience with sophisticated partner managementStrong influencing skillsAbility to work in a start-up organisation where you are willing to join in to get reach the desired targets as a teamUnderstanding of the commercial impact of the technical decisions, being able to take the technical decisions which improve the global project benefits ScopeCoordination with the Senior Managers and Managers of Engineering fields to ensure the most efficient strategy and management of the technical interfacesKey partners include Project Managers, Technical Project Managers and Package ManagersWork with multi-located and multi-disciplinary teams locally and globallyWork with procurement, quality and respective package management teamsWork and coordinate with the respective engineering community, ensuring the sharing of knowledge and best use of harmonies within our client