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Ty Lomas-King

Ty Lomas-King

Ty Lomas-King

Associate Consultant - Engineering

As Associate Consultant, Ty specialises in providing the best-in-class service to our candidates and clients in renewable energy specifically within the Engineering vertical, this includes but is not limited to; Geoscience (technical/physical), Grid/OSS Engineering, Interface Engineering & Management, and Mechanical Engineering.

With an interest in building the most effective workforces possible within the renewable energy industry, and a mission to guide people into finding their perfect career path Ty works passionately to achieve a positive outcome to all situations.

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Offshore Wind

Installation Manager - Foundations

Greater London, South East, England

Our client is looking for a Foundations Installation Manager to join their expanding team in the UK.  Key ResponsibilitiesWork with the Project team to develop and define the logistics and offshore construction solutions for all stages of the Foundations installation, with emphasis that foundations are executed efficiently and safely.Provide technical governance, capturing applicable supply chain information on the installation equipment specification and operational requirements, with adherence to HSE and quality, and planning effectively to meet key Project milestones.Demonstrate familiarity with vessel operations in order to identify constraints and opportunities for the optimisation of offshore construction activities. This shall include knowledge of ancillary equipment and watercraft such as barge operations, subsea construction (dredging, rock dumping, scour, and other seabed preparation), and quayside operations (load out, load in)Liaise and collaborate with other technical, interface and project controls, HSE and quality roles.To adopt and demonstrate an exemplary behaviour with regard to H3SE and to implement H3SE rules and requirements within their area of responsibility.   Requirements Bachelor's degree in Marine, Civil, Structural or Mechanical Engineering, and considerable project experience in large marine T&I projects, and preferably EPCI projects in either development or construction, with either a developer or marine contractor.Familiarity with offshore construction programmes and typical durations of foundation installation activities, as well as the interfacing packages schedulesKnowledge of health and safety and environmental legislation and best practice associated with construction projects.Experience of working within CDM projects, HSE audits, design risk assessment and method statement production and reviews.Knowledge of port infrastructure, marine operations, and supply chain associated with offshore construction.Knowledge of applicable codes and standards (e.g. DNV, ISO, European Standards, ISPS etc.).Familiarity with calculation reports for offshore construction, namely temporary steel structural design for grillages and seafastening, rigging design, with familiarity with codes applicable to marine operations.Excellent knowledge of offshore installation equipment, including lifting aids, pile installation equipment (hammer technology and preferably also drilling technology), grouting equipment, remote lifting tools, and subsea construction tools such as dredgers.Excellent knowledge of a range of installation vessel types, including floating crane vessels, jack up vessels, HTVs and towed barge operations.The postholder will be required to demonstrate that they have the following capabilities:Facilitates and supports creative solutions to problems.Ability to work and deliver against challenging constraints.Proficient in basic Microsoft packages (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project).Proactive and co-operative way of working.Ability to communicate efficiently and effectively   AccountabilitiesThe Foundations Installation Manager shall develop installation methodologies for the foundations, for various foundation types and installation techniques, and shall provide further detail to the assumptions in the construction schedule.  Context and Environment Our client targets 100 GW of renewable generation capacity in 2030 and will continue to expand its business to become a leading international player in renewable energies. Offshore Wind development is one of the axes of this ambition.  Offshore Wind projects are specific by their considerable unit size (classically 500 MW to 2000 MW, 1 to 5 bn USD) and their complexity (multiple partnerships, offshore environment, strong competition, etc.) 

Offshore Wind

Onshore Project Engineer

Poland

Our client is seeking an onshore project engineer to be a part of a technical team giving close support to the technical/ project packages. The onshore project engineer position can be filled by senior personnel who aspire for heavier positions like e.g. technical manager but want to build more competence and experience within renewable project development. However, it is also a role that can be a perfect starting point and a development position for junior engineers or those that do not yet have renewable background or experience but want to make the change into renewables.  Key ResponsibilitiesFollow up of onshore Contractor’s engineering activities and performance.Leading or coordinating the work for preparation of technical documentation packagesfor e.g. Lenders Technical Advisor (LTA), Fabrication and Installation Report (FIR),Facility Design Report (FDR), authority applications etc.Handling of Technical (TQ), Site (SQ) and Commissioning queries (CQ)Support the ITT process, establishment of tender documents, evaluation.An experienced onshore Project Engineer can also be a deputy candidate for Technical Manager and can also take on Company Representative roles as seen fit. Requirements Minimum 5-year experience from a multidiscipline engineering office, investor or EPC contractor with track record in onshore energy sector in Poland.Wide understanding and experience from work across engineering disciplines from both design and construction stage.Excellent understanding of technical documentation in English.Good understanding of project development and stakeholders coordination.Team oriented with well-developed interpersonal and co-operation skills.Commercial awareness and good understanding of total value chain.Proactive with solution-focused mindset.Fluent English and Polish in speaking and writing.Experience with offshore projects is an advantage.Bachelor or Master's degree in Engineering (eg. Construction Civil, Mechanical, Electrical).

Offshore Wind

Offshore Project Engineer

Poland

Our client is seeking an offshore project engineer to be a part of a technical team giving close support to the technical/ project packages. The offshore project engineer position can be filled by senior personnel who aspire for heavier positions like e.g. technical manager but want to build more competence and experience within renewable project development. However, it is also a role that can be a perfect starting point and a development position for junior engineers or those that do not yet have heavy renewable background or experience but want to make the change into renewables.  Key ResponsibilitiesFollow up of offshore Contractor’s engineering activities and performance.Leading or coordinating the work for preparation of technical documentation packages for e.g. Lenders Technical Advisor (LTA), Fabrication and Installation Report (FIR), Facility Design Report (FDR), authority applications etcHandling of Technical (TQ), Site (SQ) and Commissioning queries (CQ)Support the ITT process, establishment of tender documents, evaluation.An experienced offshore Project Engineer can also be a deputy candidate for Technical Manager and can also take on Company Representative roles as seen fit. Requirements Minimum 5-year experience from a multidiscipline engineering office, investor or EPC contractor with track record in offshore and/or hydrotechnical projects in Poland.Wide understanding and experience from work across engineering disciplines from both design and construction stage.Excellent understanding of technical documentation in English.Good understanding of project development and stakeholders coordination.Team-oriented with well-developed interpersonal and co-operation skills.Commercial awareness and good understanding of total value chain.Proactive with solution-focused mindset.Fluent English and Polish in speaking and writing.Experience with offshore projects is an advantage.Bachelor or Master's degree in Engineering (eg. Construction Civil, Marine, Hydrotechnical, Mechanical).

Offshore Wind

Geotechnical Engineer

Poland

Our client is looking for a Geotechnical Engineer to join their team and support in the engineering and planning of site preparation and construction works of the offshore wind farm. Key Responsibilities Support in engineering and planning of site preparation and construction works of the offshore wind farm Support in management of offshore works including geophysical surveys and site preparation activities (incl. boulder clearance) Support in developing engineering strategies to optimise site preparation and offshore wind farm construction Support of tender processing including development of documentation and review of proposals Technical engineering assessments Manage technical advisors Major Tasks Engineering assessments of seabed clearance and preparation works for foundation and turbine installation, including boulder picking, ploughing and gravel pads Assess project GIS data and develop plans for boulder clearance Review of design of gravel pads for jack-up Review documentation provided by jack-up operator on site assessment and engineering Support management of boulder picking, ploughing and gravel pad execution Technical input to variations and claims Cross-package alignments to ensure site preparation needs are fulfilled for all packages Key Deliverables Seabed clearance strategy Engineering assessments Document reviews Qualifications Geotechnical / civil engineering MSc degree 5 - 10 years of experience in offshore wind projects, incl. construction phase Experience in technical management of geotechnical/geophysical site surveys, jack-up site assessment, such as jack-up leg penetration analyses, gravel pad design, port requirements Experience with sites with boulders, including boulder clearance operations (preferred)

Offshore Wind

Installation Manager - Cables

Greater London, South East, England

The Cable Installation Manager shall develop installation methodologies for the export, inter-array and interlink cables leveraging experience in offshore cable construction, including cable lay, burial, cable pull-in, termination and testing, remedial and cable protection systems. Provide relevant technical governance, input into schedule and cycle time assumptions, and outline technological constraints and limitations applicable to all stages of cable installation and shall provide further detail to the assumptions in the construction schedule. ResponsibilitiesSupport the review and implementation of FEED outcomes, support main asset procurement and detail design.In due course this role will manage the offshore installation at execution stage.Understand the project requirements for managing offshore cable installation and develop management processes/trackersPlan the installation activities and execution plan for the cable’s scopes, including technical and commercial assessment of methodologies and equipmentPlan the installation activities in line with holistic project construction planDraft tendering documentation, technically review responses and negotiate with contractorsInput into construction strategy, including providing detailed supply chain information, including rates of progress, cycle time, technological constraints specifications and limitationsProvide technical guidance on weather downtime assessmentsProvide technical guidance on carousel management and logistics; andProvide technical guidance on CBRA development and implementation of results. RequirementsBachelor's degree in Marine, Civil, Structural or Mechanical Engineering, and considerable experience in large marine T&I projects, preferably in offshore wind, but cable scopes in other applications shall be considered (interconnectors or as part of offshore oil and gas infrastructure), with either a developer or marine contractor. Candidates without degree will also be considered with extensive demonstrable experience in Cable Installation activities.The successful candidate is expected to have experience in the contribution of contract development and negotiation for offshore scopes, and support tendering documentation preparation, and technically review responses. Familiarity with contracts and terms and mechanisms for T&I contracts, and optionally EPCI contracts. Knowledge of different contract forms is beneficial but not essential.Knowledge of health, safety and environmental legislation and best practice associated with construction projects.Experience of working within CDM projects, HSE legislation and processes and audits, design risk assessment and method statement production and reviews.Knowledge of marine operations, and supply chain associated with cable supply offshore and offshore construction.Knowledge of applicable codes and standards;Support the timely project construction phase closing including required documentation release and handover to O&M.Proactive and co-operative way of working.Ability to communicate efficiently and effectively.