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Stephanie Kay

Stephanie Kay

Stephanie Kay

Consultant - PMO

Stephanie joined the Delivery Team in 2018 and has quickly established herself valued member of the delivery team. She has been recently promoted to an Account Manager across our permanent and contract division.

Stephanie will now be the dedicated and go to for all PMO related positions, these include but are not limited to; Cost Control, Document Control, Estimator, Planners (PMO, Risk and Project Controls).

Stephanie Jobs

PMO/Cost Manager

London, Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #7182 PMO/Cost Manager Location: London Our client’s ambitious growth plans also mean they are significantly expanding the asset management team to twelve people, with a focus on technical expertise. The team is multidisciplinary, providing expertise across all offshore wind technology topics and involved in projects from first inception through to project operations, with every team member having a key role to play.  They are a dynamic, innovative, and inclusive team that is partner focused. The technical team will be comprised of Technical Managers, PMO/Cost function, WTG/Yield Engineer and a Foundation/Logistics specialist at this early stage.  ScopeOur client has an exciting opportunity for an experienced PMO Manager to work on global offshore wind projects that are in development and construction. You will work as part of the internal technical center of excellence (CoE) to support their Technical and Investment teams but also sometimes alongside lead partners on a range of development and construction projects across their global portfolio.You will be required to interact closely with partner teams and support the project(s) through the bid and or development phase to the Financial Investment Decision and ultimately into Commercial Operation at the end of construction.You will focus on value engineering, risk management and optimization, cost data library management, project cost analysis, LCOE modelling, project schedule and stakeholder engagement.You will also work closely with their partners commercial and technical counterpart to ensure the accuracy of economic analysis and support recommendations for bid / development / FID approvals. Key ResponsibilitiesBe responsible for the development and maintenance of our client’s cost library for bid phases of projects for each of the global business jurisdictions, including cost benchmarking and cost breakdown structure.Develop and drive LCOE modelling in our client’s projects.Ensure that development, construction, and operational risks are identified and appropriately managed with a risk register maintained and regular risk reviews held.Develop and maintain a central risk and opportunity data base, including the facilitation of capture and assessment of risks and opportunities.Work alongside their project partners to monitor and evaluate project execution and performance.Be responsible for the development of recommendations to senior management and shareholders with respect to costs, risks, and programme.Support the review and evaluation of offshore wind projects including the specification and management of PMO (Cost, Risk, Programme) due diligence activities.Undertake peer review on project cost, risk, and planning assumptions. Essential RequirementsYou are educated to degree level or equivalent.You have more than five years’ direct experience in the development, construction and/or operation of offshore wind projects with specific experience in a Cost Engineer or PMO Role.You have very good communication and reporting skills.You are results-oriented, can take initiative, are self-starting and make rational decisions, even when under pressure.You can absorb and process often complex and potentially conflicting information and conduct critical and logical decision making.You are fluent in English language. Desirable SkillsProgramme / Schedule training.Risk Management training with the ability to use @riskInternational work experience is an advantage.

Solar

Performance Controller - Solar PV

Berlin, Germany

JOB ID: #7157 Performance Controller Location: Berlin, Germany Our client is looking for a Performance Controller who will oversee the delivery of renewable energy projects for entities in Poland, Hungary, and new countries. Ideally based in Berlin and reporting directly to the CEO, the Performance Controller will play a crucial role in ensuring the successful execution of all renewable energy projects in terms of costs and time. Key Responsibilities Providing essential support throughout the construction (EPC) and operations (O&M) phases of our renewable energy projects Defining, interpreting, and analyzing financial and operational KPIs, with a primary focus on project schedule adherence and budget management Presenting performance results effectively to shareholders, management, operational teams, and external contractors Taking ownership of planning and forecasting activities from an investor's perspective, conducting thorough deviation analyses Regularly reporting on operational performance, conducting ad-hoc analyses Ensuring the proper utilization and structure of IT systems, supporting the implementation and rollout of necessary tools across the business Acting as a strategic business partner, offering support and challenging existing practices to drive continuous improvement and ensure the success of our growth plans Developing and enhancing our planning and controlling tools, with a particular emphasis on automation and digitalization Requirements Excellent university degree or equivalent in Economics, Finance, or Business Administration Any upskill certification is an add-on Deep understanding of renewable energy projects, spanning from development to construction and operation phases Proficiency in all aspects of EPC executionKnowledgeable about the European energy market landscape Strong numerical and analytical abilities Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, high-growth environment with a focus on delivering results Exceptional self-organization and time management skills, coupled with a strong business mindset Familiarity with IFRS standards Proficient in ERP systems, with preference given to experience with MS Dynamics 365, as well as familiarity with MS Office suite. Excellent university degree or equivalent in Economics, Finance, or Business Administration Any upskill certification is an add-on Excellent university degree or equivalent in Economics, Finance, or Business Administration Any upskill certification is an add-on

Offshore Wind

Legal & Contracts Manager

City of Edinburgh, Scotland

JOB ID: #7146Legal & Contracts Manager Location: EdinburghOur client is looking for an experienced Legal Manager, with a proven track record in major infrastructure projects from development to operation phase, within a JV. Key Responsibilities Overseeing delivery of legal services and resources to accomplish corporate goals, strategies and priorities. Providing accurate, relevant, and timely legal advice on a variety of legal topics that relate to the offshore wind sector. Providing company secretarial support to the JV . Supporting tendering activity to help identify the most commercially attractive options. Leading the drafting, review and negotiation of contracts and other agreements entered into by the company. Ensuring the company complies with relevant laws and regulations in its operations and business activities. Identifying and managing legal risks the company may face and implementing strategies to mitigate those risks. Keeping abreast of changes to legislation, particularly in relation to laws, rules and regulations that directly affect business and specific industry. Communicating with and actively managing external law firms via an external legal framework (to be established). Providing legal oversight over claims and other legal disputes, coordinating with external law firms when necessary to handle litigation matters. Supervising and delegating work to internal and external legal colleagues. Establishing and maintaining a set of appropriate legal templates. Leading the insurance aspects of the commercial contracts placed coordinating with Requirements A law degree and a Practising Certificate from the Law Society. Proven experience in offshore infrastructure projects. Effective negotiation skills, with a track record of delivering success in commercial or engineering environments. Ability to provide detailed legal advice and information either verbally or in written form in an easily relatable manner. Demonstrable experience in managing external lawyers and assisting internal team members involved in tendering and contract negotiation and contract management. Excellent interpersonal skills to be able to onboard quickly and be instrumental in supporting the teams and being the reference person for any legal matters.

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
Solar

Project Manager - Finance & Construction

England, Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Leeds

JOB ID: #6865 Project Manager - Finance & Construction Location: Leeds, UK Our client is an experienced developer in the onshore wind and solar market with multi-skilled planning, finance and construction project teams and has developed 140 wind farms and 15 solar parks across Europe with a total installed capacity of over 1.3 GW and investment volume of over €1.9 billion. As a complete service company, they manage their projects from the initial site selection through planning, finance, construction to operation and management. Their knowledge and international experience provides a unique perspective on project feasibility and economic viability. Role Reporting to the Head of Financing and Construction based in the Leeds office, the right individual will be responsible for project management of post consent wind farms. The Project Manager will have responsibility for taking projects through the due diligence/financing process, liaising with third party contractors, banks, consultancies and other stakeholders to ensure the smooth flow of the project into construction. It will be necessary for the individual to have strong negotiation skills, contract experience and be comfortable with operating financial models for projects. Our client employs a third-party consultancy to manage the construction of the projects, and you will be expected to oversee the consultancy to ensure the project is delivered as agreed in the contracts. The role would suit an experienced wind farm Project Development Manager with a strong track record of taking projects from planning consent to financial close and who has strong contract management experience. Travel to Germany will be required infrequently, but no German language skills are needed. Some travel in the UK will also be required. They offer a competitive package including car allowance, electric vehicle scheme, personal private health insurance, life assurance, critical illness insurance, pension scheme and an attractive bonus scheme. Flexible working is permitted with 2 office days per week expected working collaboratively alongside other team members.