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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

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

Quality & Handover Manager - O&M

Poland

 JOB ID: #7133 Quality & Handover Manager – O&M Location: Warsaw/Home Working Ensure all completion records for Assets (NCRs, Certificates, As Built Documentation) is available from Construction and Transferred into Operation Ensure the inspection plans are followed, implement overall QA / QM during operations. Responsibilities O&M Quality ManagementHandover ManagementCoordinates all fabrication and quality documents for all packages as defined in the respective hand-over strategySupport quality inspectors in the Project with deliverablesCoordinate the as built documentation within the packagesImplementation of QM for Operations Major Tasks  Tasks during Construction / Pre-Handover:Follow-up on as-built documentation status (submitted, not submitted) within each package and tracking it in a Master Document Register, under alignment with Document Control team on delivered documents and DMSEnsuring delivered documents are in accordance with the Employer Requirements for Reference Designation System for Power Plants (RDSPP)Coordination of O&M Participation in Factory Acceptance Tests / Harbour Acceptance Tests / Site Acceptance TestsSetting up Handover requirements, documenting and aligning the handover process across workstreamsEnsuring transfer of all information from Lautec (Findings, History of Open points, Inspection Reports) into a centralised systemExplain in detail to site inspectors the requirements for asset hand-over acc. to Contract Post Handover tasks during Operations:Audits of suppliers (vessel, WTG, BoP, etc.) during OperationsReview and confirm Inspection Test Plan (ITP) and Quality Control Plan (QCP) for any unscheduled maintenance, campaigns (repair, refurbishment, exchange, etc.) Implementation of Key Performance Indicator (KPI)Record Non-Conformities and establish preventive actions based on failure analysis during Operations Key Deliverables O&M Quality strategy & conceptMaster Document RegisterEstablish O&M Quality Management Manual and related quality documentationParticipation in FATs & SATsOverview of Nonconformity reports and handover close out reportsKnowledge sharing Qualifications BSc, MSc or other relevant degree.3-5 years experience in Quality Management in a large infrastructure project1-3 years experience working with O&M in offshore wind projects

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.

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