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Francesca Siddle

Francesca Siddle

Francesca Siddle

Senior Consultant

Francesca became involved in the renewable energy industry in 2009 where she was a HR Advisor to Orsted (formerly Dong Energy). Francesca joined LSP at inception after completing a Master's degree focused in Human Resource Management and Recruitment from the University of Kent.

She is an experienced Senior Consultant, with a demonstrated history of working as a HR Generalist and Senior Recruiter. Skilled in; Talent Acquisition, HR Policies, Employee Relations and Performance Management. Fran specialises in working with Senior Level hires such as Project Directors, Heads Of, Bid Directors and more and can provde market insights, salary benchmarking advice and more in a confidential setting.

Francesca Jobs

Solar

Senior Technical Support Manager

Germany

JOB ID: #7127 Senior Technical Support Manager Location: Europe, Remote Key Responsibilities Responsible for pre-sales technical support activities. Responsible for regional customer techncial workshop, product promotion, roadmap presentation, etc. Responsible for regional techncial documentation standardization, exhibition & marketing activities technical support, etc. Responsible for regional customer product demand research, competitor product information collection & collation, certification requirements collection & coordination, etc. Responsible for regular product technical training for regional sales teams. Requirements Bachelor degree or above in Electrical, Engineer, Material or related areas Fluent speaking, writing and communication skills of English as minimum Good communication skills & sales-oriented, be able to communicate with customer at CTO level In-depth knowledge on solar modules, familiar with mainstream manufacturers’ solar module products, understand technology trends; Familiar with Certificate certification related processes and standards Knowledge of photovoltaic systems, familiarity with related products such as Inverter, Tracker, Storage, Mounting system, etc will be an asset. It is preferred to have experience in project design and configuration 3+ years of solar module product technology experience Travel within EU often is required Excellent business ethics and integrity Result Driven, Active Strong negotiating and communication skills

Carbon Capture

Senior Regulatory Specialist

Louisiana, United States

JOB ID: #7110 Senior Regulatory Specialist Location: Louisiana, USA Scope To support project development in the United States by managing the regulatory and permitting aspects of new projects and for the expansion of existing facilities Develop and execute project-specific regulatory and permitting plans, including meeting relevant environmental assessment process requirements Support the project team by identifying relevant regulatory requirements and permits to enable construction and start of operation of new projects and expansion of existing facilities Identify the regulatory and permitting risks and trade-offs related to project decisions Coordinate communication between external consultants, external stakeholders (including regulators), and the Client to prepare for and participate in any environmental assessment process (federal or state level), and public review for new projects Prepare the handover package of permits and approvals identifying compliance requirements, and commitments to external stakeholders, all of which must be managed by the Client’s Operations Work closely with the Community Engagement Specialist to identify environmental assessment and regulatory requirements for external engagement and to manage the QA/QC of reporting on engagement to regulators Work closely with the Community Engagement Specialist at external events as the subject-matter expert on regulatory matters Requirements You hold a bachelor’s degree in social science, engineering, or sciences You have at least 8 years of experience in a relevant sector managing the regulatory and permitting aspects You have experience managing the federal and/or state environmental assessment processes for medium and large-scale projects as well as experience working with regulators to understand regulatory requirements and translating regulators’ needs to the Project Team You have experience working with multi-disciplinary project teams to identify regulatory requirements and permits to enable compliant construction and operations activities You are adept at identifying, assessing, and managing risks related to regulatory, permitting and environmental assessment matters You are comfortable communicating with external stakeholders to understand their interests and identify and implement mitigation measures, as needed You can communicate complex, technical information to regulators and the public .

Offshore Wind

Consent and Environment Manager - Offshore

Remote work, England

JOB ID: #7069 Consent and Environment Manager - Offshore Location: Remote – UK RoleAn exciting new opportunity has become available in our clients Offshore Consents team for a Consent and Environment Manager, where you will be responsible for supporting offshore consenting activity on current and future offshore wind projects. In this role you will be responsible for: Preparing and submitting consent applications. Providing consent and environment specific support within timeframes agreed by the project development manager. Managing consultants and reviewing inputs. As Consent and Environment Manager you will also be responsible for representation at relevant offshore wind industry working groups to provide strategic cross-portfolio input into the offshore wind portfolio and provide feedback from the projects to these groups. This role will provide consenting support across of number of projects within the development portfolio depending on the individual project resource needs. In addition will support due diligence activities related to any Merger and Acquisition (M&A) processes as part of the development of the offshore wind portfolio. The strategic element of this role requires working closely with the Public Affairs team and external industry groups and bodies to maintain knowledge of policy changes in an exciting and maturing industry sector. It is critical that the role builds close relationships with industry bodies to keep on top of current and upcoming changes to provide relevant feedback to the projects. Responsibilities Manage the preparation of offshore consent applications, variations, plans and programmes and discharge of conditions as may be required throughout the project development. Facilitate and support detailed technical discussions with key external stakeholders and internal project stakeholders relating to offshore consenting aspects. Provide due diligence and other support as required to acquisition opportunities so they can be assessed. Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of UK consenting and environment best practice and liaise with shareholder colleagues to ensure that the company comply with latest and good practice. This includes engaging other colleagues on regulation and policy matter to minimise their impact on the business. Lead consent related offshore wind industry group participation and ensure latest information is fed back to the project portfolio and provide support to consultation responses. With support and collaboration with other consent team members and Public Affairs team. Prepare tenders to obtain bids by external consultants for work packages and liaise with the procurement and legal teams to recommend and appoint consultants as required by the project needs. Management of Employers Requirements and review of relevant Contractor documentation. Support the development teams in producing development C&E budgets as part of the wider project budget. Manage and control any budget and costs associated with the role including the approved budget for each project. Input to project master programmes to enabling monitoring of consenting programme. Support the wider teams to ensure all projects documentation is kept up to date including trackers covering risks, mitigation, activities, decisions and budget. Required You will have a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field e.g. environmental science, marine biology, engineering or a related discipline. Demonstrable experience in managing environment and consents for offshore wind projects or major infrastructure projects including Development Consent Order (DCO) and Marine Licencing processes across the UK and Ireland. Strong understanding of the renewable energy regulatory environment and experience of the consenting, planning and environment issues at DCO, Marine Licensing, Section 36 and Town & Country Planning levels and offshore regulatory frameworks. Onshore consenting experience of offshore wind projects would be an advantage, but not essential. Experience of interpreting consenting and environmental reports and advice from consultants and stakeholders. Thereafter, preparing internal reports and presenting summaries of key risks and mitigation recommendations. Experience of managing the development process to a positive consent decision, including de-risking of the project and supporting project optimisation. Experience in managing external consultants with associated procurement, contractual and budget responsibility. Experience of stakeholder management with senior external stakeholders including statutory bodies, consenting authorities, local and national governments. Ability to work autonomously and forge relationships across the organisation and with their shareholders at all levels. Specialist environmental experience on any key consent topic e.g., underwater noise, ornithology or other strategic environmental issue would be advantageous.

Offshore Wind

Head of APAC

Taiwan

JOB ID: #7010 Head of APAC Location: Taiwan Our client is looking for The Head of APAC, Renewables. This role is responsible for representing the clients’ interests with all stakeholders in the region so as to ensure the long-term, sustainable, profitable growth for the client, as well as commensurate benefits to all the stakeholders. Foremost among his/her responsibilities is to ensure that all work undertaken is consistent with Purpose, Valued Behaviours and policies and, above all else, that the safety of our employees is placed above all other priorities. The role is responsible for creating and implementing strategy plans including investment plans for the region, and within the context of these plans for identifying and cultivating new business opportunities with the aim to generate sustainable, profitable growth in the region. He/she is also responsible for working with the senior leadership teams to make the appropriate investments to deliver on the strategy plans, and for building a local setup to enable safe and sustainable execution of the plans. The role will be responsible for the recruitment of in-region senior talent as well as actions to ensure the organisation remains agile, lean and effective. The focus will be to drive efficiencies, organisational effectiveness and commercial excellence to ensure effective engagement with employees, customers and suppliers, and local communities, and for ensuring that all the work is undertaken with due care for the environment. The role will be responsible for driving a winning culture based on collaboration, innovation, respect and responsibility, whilst ensuring risk management and compliance is carried out to the highest standard. The role will provide in-country leadership, direction and motivation for our employees, ensuring regular reviews of employees’ job function and performance. Key Responsibilities Ensuring HSEQ is at the forefront of the business in terms of culture, processes, systems and leadership. Achieving agreed financial performance and other metrics including responsibility for timely, accurate and regular financial and corporate reporting for the region, P&L for the region Driving Business Development activities in the region and development of a robust pipeline of opportunities which are fully entered and managed within the CRM system and ensure full compliance to the Sales & Tender Gate Approvals Process and the clients’ legal policies. Developing an effective network within the market sector / region that creates new opportunities and improve the clients’ success in delivering differentiated solutions for customers. Identify the current and future market sector drivers and market intelligence to enable the development of the client’s product & service capability.Identify the need for attendance at market sector events, trade shows, conferences and industry networking events and agree attendance in line with agreed budgets. Work collaboratively with all the Divisions in the region to maximize the opportunities and the synergies available. Work with the relevant stakeholders and functions to develop the value and recognition in the region. Drive regional sales strategy including analysis of competitors positioning, services and market trends, internal capabilities, and marketing program needs. Drive a project management methodology that minimizes risks in all projects and maximizes the chances of success, creating visibility for performance on each project, ensuring lessons learned/continuous improvement process is followed and feedback. Ensure all projects are planned and are adequately resourced in order to provide a safe and quality service, that delivers inline or better to as sold. Develop and manage relationships with local shareholders and other strategic partners. Ensure compliance with local laws and regulations, environmental law and Group policies ensuring risk management performance to company standard(s) and reporting non-conformance to Group Company Secretary. Provide leadership in fostering a customer-focused culture. Performance management of all employees, ensuring new employees are fully inducted and ensuring that all employees have clear objectives which are reviewed and assessed at least twice annually. Succession planning for all key roles and develop talented individuals to ensure optimal employee retention levels. Promote a positive and consistent image of the company globally including alignment with and observance of the Clients’ Valued Behaviours. Delivery against the 1-5-year Strategy Document / Business Plan P&L budgets met, KPIs on all operations and deliverables are met HSEQ and Sustainability –meeting all KPIs and ensure the organization has the correct behaviours and attitude to safety “Stop the job”, learn and share Employee engagement – 80% response rates and the employee satisfaction rating at least in line with the industry benchmark. Succession plans for all key roles and talent management are in place. Profitable growth with a clear plan for the long term. Regional collaboration – examples of leveraging the brand in the regions. Personal compliance with the valued behaviours. Maintains a significant presence in region and with willingness to travel across the region and overseas as defined by business need. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels. Ability to build influential relationships quickly. • Highly personable with strong customer management skills Entrepreneurial spirit and drive – professionalism, high energy, patience, hard work and a “can do” attitude. Strong leadership, interpersonal and organizational skills with the ability to lead by effectively planning, assigning, and tracking across multiple locations.Knowledge, Skills & Experiences Experienced in operating in the APAC territory / region, with a strong 10+ years’ experience in offshore wind and/or subsea contracting. Educated to a degree standard or higher – engineering degree with commercial experience preferred. A proven record of success in general or business development/commercial management, preferably in a related industry. Experience leading and implementing strategies within a regional or matrix organization, with a focus on increasing customer engagement and growth. Proven at delivering results and meeting financial and operational KPIs. Outstanding leadership credentials, with evidence of leading multi-faceted teams to drive successful and profitable growth. Experience in devising, defining, communicating and implementing company strategies. Able to assess and anticipate market trends to support the strategic decision making. Highly collaborative, with the ability to influence and persuade key internal stakeholders to deliver customer solutions and achieve results. True team player, who builds, develops and drives high performing teams, whilst putting the interests of the company and our stakeholders at the forefront of everything we do. Exceptional communitive skills required due to the nature of the role. • Excellent judgement and creative problem solving skills including negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Adept at managing the full employment cycle including attracting, hiring and performance management, engagement and retention of personnel. A self-starter who is adept at working with cross-functional teams and is skilled at selling a vision to customers and employees alike. Rigorous, disciplined and process oriented in order to see, initiate and bring to completion opportunities to improve process efficiency in the current business model. Highly analytical and able to use data to develop a business case or a proposal. High level of business and commercial acumen.