From our offices throughout the UK, Europe, Asia and America, LSP Renewables specialise in providing talent solutions throughout the supply chain and across the whole lifecycle of an onshore wind project. This includes, but is not limited to;
- Business / Market Development
- Project Scoping & Development
- Procurement & Contract Management
- Offtake / PPA Origination
- Grid Connection
- Project Finance / Investment / M&A
- Project & PMO Management
- Engineering & Fabrication
- Installation & Construction
- Operations & Maintenance
- Field Technicians
LSP Renewables are dedicated to providing the talent needed to contribute to the complete removal of carbon from our atmosphere. As a business, we specialise only in the markets and technologies that will accelerate our journey to net zero. This niche, sector focused approach, enables us to build a broad network across the entire talent pool, and provide that network with knowledgeable, professional and best in class recruitment or career development services.
Our client is a dynamic and innovative developer of renewable energy projects, based who has constructed in excess of 150MW of onshore wind projects across the UK and has achieved an industry leading planning consent success rate. They have organically grown a 4.5GW pipeline of high-quality onshore wind and battery energy storage system (BESS) projects, at various stages of development, and their ambition is to secure at least an additional 3GW of renewable energy developments by 2030. Role Description The Finance Assistant provides support to the success of the business through assisting with day-to-day financial operations. This includes data entry, processing transactions, reconciling accounts, and generating financial reports. The Finance Assistant works closely with other members of the finance team and the wider business to ensure accurate and timely financial recordkeeping. This is a varied role with opportunities to progress. ResponsibilitiesProcessing purchase invoices and other financial documents and data into accounting software.Maintaining an efficient accounts payable processes, including invoice approvals and preparation of payment runs.Reviewing and processing expense and credit card claims on WebExpenses, ensuring compliance with company guidelines.Communicating with suppliers and colleagues in relation to payment and invoicing inquiries.Reconciling bank statements with internal records to ensure accuracy of financial transactions.Preparing of VAT returns.Compiling data and generating periodic financial summaries for review including utilisation reports for banks. Preparing of actual cashflow reports.Managing supplier records and ensuring data integrity.Maintaining process notes, contributing to positive changes in working methodologies.Providing general administrative support to the finance department, such as filing documents, organising records, and assisting with ad-hoc financial tasks as requiredExperience RequiredPrior experience in a similar accounts payable or bookkeeping role.Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and accounting software (e.g., Sage, Xero, Quickbooks).Strong attention to detail and accuracy in data entry and financial recordkeeping.CompetenciesExcellent organisational and time management skills.Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
Onshore Delivery Engineering within the CTO is being responsible for performing the engineering aspects of all onshore business growth projects; commencing at prospection, wind and hydrogen projects are to be technically specified and delivered through development, consenting and agreement (including FID), and construction ensuring Engineering Excellence prior to handover into Asset Operations. As the Electrical Engineer you will provide key engineering resource within multi-discipline, project specific delivery engineering teams where you will manage all electrical aspects within assigned projects; delivering an electrical system design that complies with the project requirements, whilst ensuring appropriate engineering design and quality standards and specifications are maintained. Responsibilities Provide expertise and focus on all matters related to electrical specification and design activities on assigned projects, ensuring that deliverables are clearly identified and aligned within timelines and budgets. Develop sets of electrical technical specifications including system, infrastructure, and interfaces for inclusion within appropriate tender assessments across balance of plant work packages while addressing technical queries. During the origination, design and construction of the electrical infrastructure and associated equipment, you will ensure that operational learning and requirements are key considerations, electrical lifetime costs are optimised, and decommissioning and/or life extension is considered. Define electrical equipment specifications from conceptual to detailed design, supporting procurement to ensure delivery satisfies the requirements and timescales of the project, with consideration on the wider electrical portfolio. Responsible for ensuring electrical technical and design risks, assumptions, issues, and decisions are identified, captured, recorded, and addressed appropriately, providing technical expertise and guidance to ensure risk level is ALARP. Ensure a consistent approach to electrical delivery such that safety, quality, programme, and value are measured and balanced to deliver optimised project outcomes, with all electrical design assessments, advice, decisions, and recommendations being fully documented for Design Assurance Reviews at critical phases of the project (conceptual design, pre-FID design, detailed design and delivered design) as defined within Project Design Management Plans. Perform technical and commercial due diligence, site visits, factory and site acceptance tests and support commissioning as required. Support the planning and prioritisation of suitably qualified and experienced electrical resource to meet onshore business growth projects requirements, including the management and supervision of any required internal or external third parties (consultants, sub-contractors, etc) for electrical deliverables. You will interface with the various Onshore Business Unit teams as well as the wider CTO Central Engineering, Technical Governance and Electricity Connections. Experience/Requirements You’ll have experience in development, design, and construction of power generation projects, ideally within wind and hydrogen. You’ll have an understanding of the design processes for LV/HV electrical systems and have knowledge of the preparation of preliminary electrical designs (e.g. single line diagrams, schematics, general arrangement drawings) You’ll have experience in commissioning energy systems or similar technologies. You’ll have working knowledge of IEC and National Standards, design and installation codes of practice and regulations; Grid Code compliance would be advantageous. You’ll have as minimum an Electrical Engineering degree or equivalent. It would be advantageous for you to have experience and/or or a qualification in Project Management. You would possess a full clean driving license with the ability to work away from base location as and when required.
Construction Project Manager
As the Construction Project Manager, you will be part of the CTO (Central Technical Organisation) and will oversee and manage agreed timescales and budgets the project delivery of specified Pre-Construction and Construction projects from our client’s portfolio in Ireland with particular focus on Onshore Wind and PV Solar projects.The role involves supporting the business development team during the development, feasibility and consenting stage of Onshore Wind and PV solar projects. The role will also involve managing the Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) process, the interface with Engineering team and supporting the Business Development team to secure Financial Investment Decision (FID). Following successful investment approval of a project, you will become the lead role in the delivery of construction projects within budget, to the agreed programme timescales, meeting quality targets and in line with our client’s ambitions. This lead role will involve management of feasibility studies and surveys to ensure all risks are understood and mitigation agreed, preparation of all work scopes, tendering, negotiation and subsequent project management and successful delivery of all related construction contracts through to successful handover of the facility to the Asset Operations Team. Roles/Responsibilities Implement the Health and Safety policy and carry out regular checks and balances to ensure that it has been correctly applied in all the aspects of the construction project activities. Enable Development and Business Development departments to successfully achieve Financial Investment Decision on pipeline projects and acquisitions. Provide input on feasibility and risks on projects in our client’s development pipeline. Provide support where required during the preparation of the Planning Application to ensure the project is buildable should consent be granted. Manage the client information aspects of the Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) process. Manage the development of construction cost estimates, resource schedules and construction programmes. Work closely with internal engineering team members to accurately assess project capacities, electrical connection options and yield throughout the various stages of project. Provide strategic input to the business on how projects are designed and constructed including equipment selection, risk management, project programme and value. Develop the procurement and delivery strategy for the projects with the procurement team and keep up to date with market intelligence relating to Onshore Wind and Solar PV. Manage the successful construction, commissioning and handover of Onshore Wind and Solar PV projects though collaboration with our supply chain and the administration of construction contracts. Experience/Requirements Appropriate Degree or equivalent industry standard qualification – ideally in Engineering. Significant/demonstrable experience of construction management skills, working on Construction projects, particularly Onshore Wind or PV solar in multi-disciplinary teams. Thorough understanding and experience of delivering good health and safety practice. Working knowledge of Onshore Wind or PV solar – Technology, grid connections, construction techniques etc. Experience of leading a project team effectively to deliver the project goals and objectives. Experience of managing Grid Connection works (desirable). Comfortable communicating at a variety of levels in an appropriate level of detail (for example, with senior internal stakeholders, at internal technical meetings, and with construction contractors).
HSE Senior Manager
Based in London, Durham, or Edinburgh an exciting opportunity has become available for you to support the HSE strategy implementation for the business, operationalising across the business so that all activities are conducted in line with the organisation’s health & safety ambition.As a HSE Senior Manager, you will be a leader at the heart of our client’s Health, Safety and Environment ambition. You will influence, drive, and deliver HSE strategy and ensure that it continues to be a key enabler as the business grows. By embedding our client’s mindset in everything we do including within each project -from design and conception stage towards delivery and operations- you will ensure that preventing harm is a positive lever for strategic growth and company performance. What You’ll Be DoingYour role will be to provide the Business support and advice aimed at ensuring the development and deployment of the HSE strategy, and by supporting the Head of HSE. You’ll support setting Health, Safety and Environment standards, for our UK&I businesses to deliver its priorities and objectives, contributing to our purpose of Helping Britain Achieve Net Zero. Understanding our business needs, you’ll use your knowledge to provide specialist advice to mitigate risk and maximise success, acting with integrity in a challenging and rewarding environment. You’ll set Health, Safety and Environmental standards and provide leadership, reporting, and support to business leaders. You’ll engage and form partnerships with key stakeholders, internally and externally, to innovate and shape best industry practice, benchmark our progress, and influence national policy and legislation. You will be part of the HSE Central Team that defines and deploys the strategy to enable safe business growth. In More Detail: Follow up current Company and Business Units KPIs and suggest innovative ones as the Business grows, alongside streamlining and reinforce the reporting of other robust KPIs. Lead and develop innovative, impactful, and targeted communication, tools, and campaigns throughout the year, in collaboration with the wider business. Ensure learning from events is at the core of what we do to embed good practices in our growth both internally and in the relationship with our partners. Provide oversight and guidance on the central Company-wide HSE standards to ensure appropriate deployment across the organisation. Coach, develop and build HSE capability of the business. Represent the Company externally on industry safety forums, contributing to steering and working groups as necessary. Provide HSE advice and support aimed at designing out risk throughout the different stages of the projects, from a Central function/governance and oversight perspective. Oversee High Potential Events and/Serious Incidents and Very Serious Incidents Investigations ensuring lead incident investigators determine root cause and develop appropriate corrective and preventative actions. Take accountability for the delivery and analysis of accurate HSE statistical Management information including providing statistical analysis of incidents from base data to help identity future focus areas and reduce key risks. Support delivery of HSE audits when required to support continuous improvement and ISO certification. Experience/Requirements You will be qualified to degree level or equivalent in HSE or a related discipline in addition to; Exemplar role model leadership in HSE, D&I, and company values Ability to form effective working relationships with stakeholders of all levels, including the ability to influence behaviour by reasoned argument. Analytical and numerical expertise and ability to explain complex concepts to a range of audiences. Rigorous approach to accuracy and quality. The ability to promote the profile of HSE performance to individuals undertaking activities which are subject to many other tight constraints such as generation demands, resource, time, and budget, including Project Managers and Senior Leaders. Auditing & compliance, the provision of management reports, reporting and analytics. Must have a good understanding of HSE legislation and compliance requirements across the UK and Ireland, Including CDM 2015 (and Irish equivalent). Experience of supporting or implementing occupational health, safety, and environmental solutions an organisations HSE agenda across disparate teams and activities. HSE growth working in the energy / renewables sector. Functional specialist in health, safety, and environment: Up-to-date knowledge of current trends and best practices in occupational health, safety, and environment Willing to undertake national and international travel. Relevant professional qualification, such as NEBOSH Diploma and Chartered membership of the Institution of Occupational Health and Safety (IOSH). Environmental qualification desirable, for example an Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IMEA) qualification.
Head of Commercial (Offshore)
Following continued development of our client’s offshore wind portfolio and to realise their ambitious renewable energy targets, our client has a fantastic opportunity for a best-in-class Head of Commercial.Reporting to the Director of Offshore and Ireland the successful candidate will be responsible for the offshore commercial team, providing clear direction, leadership and coaching to the team and ensuring appropriate resources to support the required strategic and project related commercial activities. You will be responsible for driving best practice in relation to an aligned approach to commercial activities across the development and delivery phases and early-stage origination opportunities.The role comprises one of the three main pillars within the department which include: Consents, Development and Delivery and Commercial. You’ll work in close collaboration with the Head of Development and Delivery and Head of Consents to contribute to the strategic growth of the offshore wind portfolio and as a senior leader within the organisation will contribute to an empowered and inclusive team culture, which supports the development of all team members. Role/Responsibilities Commercial Management Providing commercial leadership and input during development and delivery phases of the projects contributing to organisational performance through commercial input to high value investments, identifying and mitigating commercial risks or opportunities across the portfolio. Ensuring relevant commercial input by the team to M&A processes when required. Line Management Developing and coaching the consent team ensuring clear development pathways for all members within the team and supporting the team to develop in alignment with the project needs and requirements across the portfolio. Organisational Responsibilities Building relationships with key internal and relevant external stakeholders to raise the profile of EFDR offshore wind externally and influence decision making on offshore wind projects (internally). The role will require close collaboration with investment analysis, legal, finance, tax, and M&A among others, to ensure relevant commercial input to projects to enable successful delivery. Skills Strong Leadership: Able to provide clear direction to your team in an evolving landscape with a focus on continued professional development for team members. Creating a culture of excellence that takes a whole lifecycle approach to all activities. Ensuring risk and lifetime costs are central to the assessment of all activities undertaken in relation to offshore assets. Curious and Analytical: Able to understand what data and the business is telling you and generate shareholder insights and solutions from this. Planning and Prioritisation: Structured approach to completing required tasks in a way that is achievable and readily conveyed to shareholders and stakeholders. Create the right solution: Challenge established practices, and where appropriate identify improved methods to meet business needs driving a focus on continued improvement within the team. Tell The Story: Able to clearly articulate complex issues and proposed resolutions – provide data and utilise in a way that support and explains the problem statement and solution. Implementation: Proactively follow through on activities and projects to delivery high quality outcomes. Experience/Knowledge Required Significant commercial experience is essential, preferably from a developer or operator of offshore windfarms, related industry such as oil and gas, investor or top consulting firm. In-depth knowledge of offshore wind financial modelling and project valuation methods including NPV, cost/benefit and IRR analysis. Experience in bidding or bid strategy preferably for UK offshore wind projects. Strong track record of producing and presenting accurate investment case appraisals and risks analysis. Ability to understand impact of commercial issues on potential investments and communicate these clearly to relevant stakeholders and decision makers. Experience in negotiation and management of commercial contracts and commercial elements of legal agreements. Preferably experience in taking projects through FID and understanding of project finance requirements. Experience in some or all of the following project phases: early-stage origination, development, construction and operations. Experience of leading or being involved in mergers and acquisitions of project assets and knowledge of key partnership agreements and transaction processes. Understanding of the project life cycle and key project risks for different renewable generation technologies. Experience in leading, motivating and developing teams.
Senior Procurement Manager (DCO)
The Senior Procurement Manager (DCO) will provide Procurement Leadership within the DCO area of the SSPW Procurement Team. You will lead a team of procurement professionals providing comprehensive procurement and commercial / contract management service in support of DCO project development. As the leader in the DCO team a key role will be the development and implementation of procurement strategiesFramework & Boundaries One of the key challenges the role faces is to secure the best overall value (price as well as technical quality, after care, etc.) with 3rd party providers of goods and services. The role is focus on the DCO projects within the SSPW Business Unit. The role is part of the CTO Procurement team with connection into the SSPW Head of Delivery through the Principal Procurement Manager SSPW. The role must balance a busy workload and ensure objectives are achieved on time without compromising governance, safety and quality standards. The key challenges for the role will be to define and agree Procurement Strategies for DCO projects and align these with the wider SSPW Procurement Team. In addition, the role will include executing procurement strategies and ensure adequate DCO procurement resource is in place to pay a key part of project delivery. Decision making will be required particularly around Procurement strategies and resource solution Key Accountabilities Lead, Initiate and implement project procurement strategies and governance frameworks for the DCO projects, including obtaining buy-in from key internal stakeholders. Lead team of procurement professionals and ensuring the DCO procurement team is adequately resourced and skilled to delivery DCO ambitions. Assess procurement risks (political, environment, technical, economic and legal) and develop appropriate procurement strategies. Lead the procurement of goods and services for new DCO projects and associated activities to agreed project and commercial objectives in line with approved procedures and EU procurement regulations including: Purchasing market research / market intelligence Preparation and issue of requests for quotation / invitations to tender Leading evaluation of bids and coordinating inputs from the wider evaluation team (technical, legal, HSE) Negotiation of commercial terms with preferred suppliers Ensuring timely contract awards. Provide commercial support and advice to the business. Support Principal Procurement Mgr in the development of the SSPW Procurement team and Business Improvement Projects. Liaise regularly with key suppliers to create a strategic supply chain for DCO projects Audit / review compliance with approved procurement procedures. Compile and evaluate periodic procurement KPI reports. Identify and promote new procurement opportunities for the business (e.g. new entrants, innovations, cost savings, etc.) in consultation with key stakeholders. Manage procurement activities on business systems (e.g. SAP) and act as a point of reference for business users. Person Specification Knowledge and Experience Educated to degree level in a relevant subject. RICS or CIPS membership is desirable. Comprehensive knowledge of the principles of procurement and contract management and a proven track record. Extensive experience of managing procurement for major construction projects and/or other energy projects. Experience in commercial administration of development and construction contracts and cost management. Knowledge of the renewables industry would be advantageous. Knowledge of SAP ERP or similar is desirable. A qualification in a relevant engineering, business or legal discipline would be advantageous. Working knowledge of contract and construction law. Working knowledge of health and safety (e.g. IOSH, CDM) regulations. Knowledge of EU procurement regulations. Functional / Technical Skills Proven ability to conduct successful commercial negotiations with suppliers. Negotiation skills. Procurement management skills. Team management and stakeholder management skills. Team player.
Onshore Delivery Engineer (Development and Construction)
The Onshore Delivery – Engineer within the CTO will be responsible for performing all engineering aspects of all onshore business growth projects; commencing at prospection, wind and hydrogen projects are to be technically specified and delivered through development, consenting and agreement (including FID), and construction ensuring Engineering Excellence prior to handover into Asset Operations. This is a great opportunity for you to be Onshore Delivery - Delivery Engineer where you will be responsible for establishing and coordinating the multi-discipline project specific engineering team and work process required within assigned projects; supporting the successful delivery that complies with the project requirements, whilst ensuring appropriate engineering design and quality standards and specifications are maintained. ResponsibilitiesYou will deliver projects safely within agreed timeframe and budget, you will interface with the various Onshore Business Unit teams as well as the wider CTO Central Engineering, Technical Governance and Electricity Connections.You’ll contribute to a strong, collaborative, and positive working culture within Onshore Delivery and support the Principal Engineering Manager on strategic ambitions, focusing on innovation and continual improvement to support business unit targets.Support the Onshore Delivery Engineering strategy for wind and hydrogen, including developing the team, building relationships, liaising with other delivery and engineering teams, and sharing of best practice, lessons learnt and coordinated approach.Lead the planning and prioritisation of suitably qualified and experienced resource to meet onshore business growth projects requirements, including the management and supervision of any required internal or external third parties (consultants, sub-contractors, etc) for project deliverables.During the origination, design, and construction, you will challenge the discipline engineers that operational learning and requirements are key considerations, lifetime costs are optimised, and decommissioning and/or life extension is considered.Coordinate the development of project technical specifications across various project engineering disciplines for inclusion within appropriate tender assessments across balance of plant work packages, while managing technical queries.Responsible for ensuring all technical and design risks, assumptions, issues and decisions are identified, captured, recorded and addressed appropriately through management of the project engineers who will provide technical expertise and guidance to ensure risk level is ALARP.Ownership of the Project Design Management Plan to ensure a consistent approach to delivery such that safety, quality, programme and value are measured and balanced to deliver optimised project outcomes, with all design assessments, advice, decisions and recommendations being fully documented for Design Assurance Reviews at critical phases of the project (conceptual design, pre-FID design, detailed design and delivered design).Coordinate technical and commercial due diligence, site visits, factory and site acceptance tests and support commissioning as required.Providing weekly reports or escalations as required to the Principal Engineering Manager.Qualifications/ExperienceYou would have as minimum a relevant engineering degree or equivalent. Chartered or working towards membership of an appropriate body would be desirable, but not essential.You would possess Project Engineering and Quality Assurance experience within the development and construction of power generation projects, ideally within wind and hydrogen. You would have managed risks and challenges in an industrial-scale generation environment.You would have working knowledge of construction design and management regulations, design and installation codes of practice.You would demonstrate a strong commitment to safety, health, environment and quality. NEBOSH or IOSH (or equivalent) certification is desirable, but not essential, as training can be provided.It would be advantageous for you to have experience and/or or a qualification in Project Management.You would have a proven track record of building successful relationships with external partners, peers, stakeholders and reporting line.You would have a good command of Microsoft Office package (excel, word, power point, project, etc).You would possess a full clean driving license with the ability to work away from base location as and when required.If you are a proactive and experienced individual with a passion for engineering excellence and a strong commitment to safety and quality, we invite you to apply for the position of Delivery Engineer within Onshore Delivery Engineering.
Main PurposeReporting to the SHW Manager Renewables - Solar & Battery (SB) Onshore Development and Constructions, you will support multiple Onshore Development projects to ensure application of consistent SHW compliance and to keep people, assets, and the environment safe from harm.A key element of this role is to develop a suite of Onshore Project SHE documentation covering all aspects of an onshore Solar & Battery (SB) development project and ensuring these are consistently applied across all our projects.Duties include, actively applying and promoting the relevant health, safety and well-being policies and standards across the project. Establishing and managing appropriate operational standards, processes, communication, and training to ensure SHW risks are appropriately controlled within statutory parameters for the project.Development and implementation of effective controls and appropriate standards to reinforce and share best practice.The SHW Advisor will support the SHW Manager Renewables Onshore (SB), Development and Construction to build and maintain firm relationships through strong engagement with key stakeholders including Regulatory Authorities, Industry Bodies, Designers, Contractors, and joint venture partners.Share lessons learnt from incident investigations across the project.Carry out assurance audits against the application/implementation of the Safety Charter as well as reinforcing positive and challenging negative behaviours when observed.Key Accountabilities Trusted PartnerSupporting the SHW Manager (S&B) to ensure the provision of the necessary support and guidance for Onshore Renewable (S&B) projects to be able to manage their risks.Complete due diligence exercises, SHW assessments/audits of businesses, organisations, and contractors.Deputise for the SHW (S&B) Manager when required.Project/ Asset ManagementSupport the SHW Manager (S&B) to ensure that the correct resources are allocated and that the projects within their remit are delivered minimising TRIR, AFR and environmental impact.Review for acceptance package specific SHW documentation submitted by subcontractors.Behavioural Safety Capability & CompetencyWorking with the wider Renewables Capital Projects SHW team to deliver the Safety Family requirements in line with the Safety Programme, ensuring this is delivered in a clear, consistent, and frequent way including working with Preferred / Strategic Contractors to develop stronger, safer, and respectful relationships on site.Support the SHW Manager (S&B) to enhance the capabilities of their project managers to engage with their teams on all safety matters to support the reduction of the frequency and severity of incidents across the project.The SHW Advisor will support the SHW (S&B) Manager with a range of assurance activities to ensure the standards are set at the correct levels for the behavioural safety capability and competency across the project.The SHW advisor will support the SHE Manager (S&B) in ensuring the correct culture in relation to behavioural safety across the project.Regulatory and Enforcement Agencies, Third PartiesIn the absence of the project SHW Manager the SHW Advisor may be required to engage with relevant third-party agencies and organisations to ensure that the project team is well represented externally in line with project requirements.Recruitment, Selection, Management, and Development Support the development of project staff on Occupational Health, Safety, and Wellbeing and wider behavioural safety (Safety Family).Business Management SHW SupportThe SHW Advisor will provide support, guidance and advice for Project Managers and project teams.Incident Management and SupportEnsure effective support is provided to the project team for serious incidents.Lead on investigations as appropriate.Apply a range of SHW tools and techniques to determine the root cause of an injury/illness/incident to avoid recurrence.Manage the escalation process and ensure incidents are reviewed, recorded, communicated, and reported at the appropriate levels.The SHW Advisor will support the SHW (S&B) Manager to apply the SHW tools and techniques to determine appropriate and timely remedial actions and communications to relevant stakeholders.Local Safety Group supportProvide direct leadership support to Local Safety Committees as required.Deputise for the project SHW Manager (S&B) when required.Group SHEW Team Audit ProgrammeSupport the development and adherence of the audit programme in conjunction with the SHE Support and Assurance team. Evaluate SHEW performance including leading indicators, SHEW policy compliance and cultural profile for business and group level assurance purposes, including and highlighting regulatory changes.Ensure that project team are fully briefed in relation to findings and related actions.SHW Strategy & SHE Documentation StandardsContribute to design and delivery of the projects overall, SHW (S&B) strategy. Support, design and implement programmes, material and initiatives relating to the Safety Charter, SSoW and Contractor SafetyKnowledge, Skills, and ExperienceExperience of managing high hazard industry risks related to the onshore wind renewable industry.Application of SHW policies and strategies in a project environment.Working Knowledge and application construction regulationsExperience in procuring, managing, and monitoring performance associated with contractor and supplier appointments.Understanding of development, design, and construction activities.Experience in a similar role for a large-scale onshore construction projectExperience of pre-assembly, Installation, and commissioning activities.Experience of new build onshore substations and the processes involved with managing safety from the system.Experience in Incident Investigation using a formal recognised process.Experience reviewing and commenting on contractor construction phase plans and HSE plans.Essential Functional / Technical SkillsUndergraduate qualification in Occupational Health and Safety Management and/or hold a scientific, environmental, civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering qualification or sufficient industry experience (Minimum of 3 years)Registered member of IOSH or equivalent professional body (or desire to work towards)Detailed knowledge of qualitative and quantitative risk assessments techniquesGood understanding of SHEW Management Systems, SHEW Risks & Republic of Ireland Legal FrameworkTrained and experienced in Incident Investigation.Determine degree of statutory compliance and anticipate the potential impact of new legislation.Managing specialist SHW technical disciplinesSHW review of design, construction, and operations solutionsFully understands the commercial impact of decisions.Ability to produce business level and operational level SHE related documentation including procedures, guidance notes and contractual requirements.Personal Attributes / CompetenciesActs as a Role model to establish effective team working.Committed to and believes in the leadership team(s) and their decisions and actions.Maintains business focus.Facilitates and supports creative solutions to problems.Ability to work and deliver against challenging constraints.Confident personality – ability to coach senior leaders and challenge their approach effectively.Streetwise – ability to engage and communicate effectively with people all levels.Awareness of personal and corporate safety practices.Ability to proactively drive positive change.