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Contract Jobs in EV


Contract Jobs in EV

Contract Jobs in EV

Contract Jobs in EV

Contract jobs in the electric vehicle (EV) industry offer dynamic opportunities for professionals to contribute to the transformation of transportation towards sustainability. These roles encompass a wide range of specialties, including battery technology, electric drivetrains, charging infrastructure deployment, software development for vehicle management systems, and regulatory compliance. Professionals in this field play a crucial role in advancing the design, production, and implementation of EV technologies, ensuring their efficiency, safety, and reliability. With the global shift towards electrification and the rapid growth of the EV market, contract positions in this industry provide exciting prospects for individuals seeking to make a meaningful impact in combating climate change and shaping the future of mobility.

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Offshore Wind

Cost Controller

Greater London, South East, England

Our client is is seeking an experienced, motivated and highly disciplined Cost Controller in an Offshore Wind Project environment. The Cost Controller will be a member of the commercial team reporting to the Project Commercial Director and be principally responsible to perform operational cost control, forecasting and reporting activities.The position is to be based in London, with flexibility on working from home or elsewhere and regular visits to the London office. Key Responsibilities  Control and monitor project total expenditure including verifying and checking of purchase requisitions, purchase orders, invoices and claims to ensure that all project expenditures are forecasted, captured and recorded correctlyPrepare the monthly and annual budgets and costs checks and prepare all corresponding documentation and reportsLiaise with the wider commercial and finance team to assist with internal reporting of accruals and fundingCollaborate closely with engineering, procurement, commercial, finance and management functions on all cost related mattersProvide cost control and planning advice to the management team, package managers and procurement officers as and when requiredHaving and/or building in-depth knowledge and understanding of contract(s) of assigned packages to enable challenge of all project cost detailChallenge the team to achieve greater cost efficiencySupporting the preparation of CAPEX and OPEX cost booksManage the OFTO transaction accounting, valuation, and documentationthe cost gathering to facilitate eventual assessment for the OFTO transactionAttending project meetings and discussions with the PMT and external partiesUndertake other ad-hoc duties as required.                  Essential Requirements      Qualified in business, finance, commerce or a comparable disciplineAt least five years of professional experience in a similar function as finance or cost controllerExcellent knowledge of relevant finance and cost controlling functions, tools and methodsExcellent knowledge of MS Office, in particular MS Excel, and other relevant software packagesExcellent knowledge of English (written and spoken)  Desired RequirementsCertified in accounting and/or quantity surveyingConstruction project or manufacturing industry experience  Personal Attributes and CompetenciesHighly disciplined and diligent working styleExcellent understanding of complex tasks, ability to work autonomously with great rigour and precisionExcellent organisation skills with the ability to manage own workload, meet timescalesAbility to work as a member of a large, multidisciplinary teamExcellent communication skills

Offshore Wind

Senior Authorised Person (161kV – 220kV)


 Our client is looking for a Senior Authorised Person who will implement the electrical safety rules on site, including the safe system of work. Coordinate HV/MV commissioning activities through the project construction stages. Advise operationally on HV electrical installations to WTG, Offshore Substations and both HV offshore and onshore cables.The successful candidate will also oversee all HV/MV Electrical Operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV network. The SAP will be prepared to work rotation offshore throughout the construction phase of the project on a rotaional basis. Key Responsibilities  Safety coordination in electrical mattersWorking under Electrical Safety RulesOutage management and network control in collaboration with the Control EngineersInspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical mattersCoordinate with the Lead SAP to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Lead Commissioning ManagementPrepare and check the switching schedules and safety documents.Operate and safely isolate HV & MV equipmentCheck method statements for electrical mattersImplement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rulesOnsite check of switching programsSupport Offshore and Onshore packagesIssue Permits and other relevant safety documents                              Qualifications / Certificates Required       Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope.5 years of operation and commissioning experience within the field of high voltage electricity, offshore experience preferableMinimum 2 year of working experience within onshore or offshore substations systemsMinimum 1 year of working experience within wind turbinesFull suite of GWO Certification inc. Medical and Chester Step

Offshore Wind

Offshore Site Support

Rhode Island, United States

Our client is looking for an Offshore Site Support to join their expanding team in the USA.  Key ResponsibilitiesCoordinate offshore activities with the Marine and Helicopter CoordinationArrange meetings and liaise with project stakeholdersEnsure adherence to project procedures, processes, and IT ToolsSupport HSE when requiredOperate the Offshore management system and provide lessons learnt/change requests Participate in general lessons learned  TasksPlanning & Coordination of Construction, marine and Helicopter activities, including preparation of relevant documentationPreparation & hosting the Daily Planning MeetingLiaison with the Packages & Contractors to keep operational conflicts to a minimum Liaison with MHCC re-execution of planned activitiesManage and allocate custody (Time and space)Daily dialogue with relevant Contractors & Masters to ensure compliance with site procedures and OMSEnsure all vessels Masters & helicopter pilots complete InductionAssisting construction manager with tasks as requiredChair / attend interface and kick off meetings with contractorsEnsuring personnel are approved within OMSAssistance in VCC checklist & issuing of VCCLiaising with HSE team members on findings, investigations and safety pushesProviding input into Lessons Learnt for future projectsTraining of new Offshore Support staffTraining of the O&M site planning teamTracking and control of all cargo going offshore, including declarations to relevant authorities  DeliverablesCTV/Helicopter Manifest for personnel trackingSOMS Training DocumentsVessel/Helicopter performance reportsDaily coordination & Execution plan MandatoryGWO courses: Sea Survival, Working at Heights, First Aid, Fire Awareness, Manual HandlingBOSIET/HUET incl. CA-EBSOGUK Medical certificate incl. Chester Step RequirementsThe Consultant must bring his/her own PC and/or Iphone. External consultants’ equipment such as PCs, mobile phones and iPads must always be up-to-date with the latest iOS release. The owner must allow the companys AirWatch security and management software for iPhones and iPads to be installed. The app is mandatory on all mobile devices used by staff (including External consultants) to protect them from cybercrime. The owner must grant approval for the company to remove apps, data and access from privately owned equipment if it is deemed to pose a risk in relation to the businesses security or the GDPR regulations, if the equipment is lost/stolen, or if the owner ceases to have an active contract with Magnit and/or the business . When an external consultant leaves, they must contact the IT Service Desk to remove all of the clients apps and data. The IT Service Desk can only support privately owned equipment in connection with the companys AirWatch security and management software.

Offshore Wind

T&I Manager


Our client is looking for a new colleague to join their offshore wind project in the role of Transport and Installation (T&I) Manager.  Key Responsibilities  Managing the process of acquiring T&I services for all related works With assistance from technical and legal, drafting and taking part in negotiations of T&I contracts, overseeing contractor performance, and resolving any issues or disputes that may arise during project executionEnsuring the technical suitability and robustness of the solutions developed, the overall reliability of the execution schedule to be developed for the EPCI stage, and to developing cost-optimized / competitive solutionsActively contributing to the development of transport and installation plans for the project, in collaboration with the T&I Package Manager and other stakeholdersContributing to the development and implementation of comprehensive HSE protocols for transport and installation activities in accordance with industry standards and regulatory requirements in cooperation with the HSE teamImplementing procedures for tracking and documenting installation progress, as well as identifying and addressing any deviations or deficiencies.   Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in engineering, marine transportation, logistics, or related fieldsExperience (5+ years) in the offshore wind industry, with a focus on transport and installation operationsStrong understanding of marine logistics, vessel operations, and heavy lift techniques in an offshore environmentProven track record of successfully managing complex projects, including planning, execution, and risk management focusing on work scopes, interfaces, and safetyStrong analytical and problem-solving abilitiesKnowledge of commercial contract management and procurementFamiliarity with industry standards and best practices in transport, installation, and commissioning of wind turbine systems.

Head of Environmental Compliance

United Kingdom

Our client is seeking an experienced Head of Environmental Compliance to join their growing team. Key Responsibilities Responsible for ensuring environmental compliance is adhered to across the Company’s portfolio of sites (including flexible power generation, BESS, wind and solar) sites. Accountable for the management of statutory environmental permit requirements, such as but not limited to, emissions monitoring and reporting. Responsible for the maintenance of UK-ETS permits and procedures, including annual verifications. Ensuring all new sites in development or construction obtain statutory environmental permits in line with key project timescales. Providing key input into the client's portfolio carbon reporting procedures (ESOS, ISO 50001 etc). Managing variations to existing environmental permits that may be required. Maintaining and establishing long-term relationships with environmental regulators and third-party consultants. Act as internal expert on environmental legislation and regulation and improve environmental awareness throughout the business. Representing the business at workshops, industry forums and working groups as required. Carrying out internal environmental auditing and host audits of our sites by the Regulators. Responsibility for assessing new and changing environmental legislation and providing responses to key government consultations. Be a key consultee at relevant design process meetings, attending and providing input at all stages of the design process and lifecycle of projects. Working closely with key internal stakeholders on all environmental matters. Travel will be required as part of the role, therefore own transport is essential with occasional overnight stays if necessary. The diagram below shows the reporting line for this position Person SpecificationQualifications (Academic/ Professional) Degree in a relevant field. Membership (or working towards) of a relevant professional body (i.e. IEMA, IES, IAQM etc.) Experience Proven experience in environmental management and compliance practices. Demonstrable experience in managing environmental permitting processes, preferably with MCP’s and specified generators. Demonstrable experience in analysing complex analytical environmental datasets. Greenhouse gas calculation and reporting experience desirable. Knowledge and skills Competent knowledge of the environmental permitting regulations (installation, Medium. Combustion Plants (MCPD), Specified Generators and Flood Risk Activities). Competent with new and evolving environmental legislation and policy. Good general knowledge of low carbon technologies and renewable energy technologies. Attributes Managing multiple projects under tight time deadlines. Self-motivated, with diligence, integrity, and ambition. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Capable of understanding technical concepts and explain effectively to key stakeholders. Company Benefits Competitive salary dependent on experience. Discretionary performance-based bonus. 25 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays. Contributory Pension Scheme. Life Insurance. SimplyHealth health cashback plan. Salary Sacrifice schemes including Cycle to Work, Childcare, Grocery, and Electric Vehicle leasing. Access to free financial advisors. Retail discounts through Mintago. 24/7 Private GP access. Flexible working. Training and Development. Salary sacrifice EV scheme. Discounts on Lightwave RF smart home products. Dog-friendly office.

Offshore Wind

WTG Pre-Assembly Site Representative

Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England

Our client is looking for a WTG Pre-Assembly Site Representative to join their team, the Site Representative shall be present at the Pre-assembly site to observe activities associated with receipt, transportation, assembly and erection and load-out of the WTG components as well as any backloading activities to site. They shall monitor, record and report activities in order to pre-empt or notify the WTG package team aware of issues that may impact the current or future works, particularly with regards to e.g. safety, quality, performance, procedural and contractual compliance and programme. They shall act as the main point of contact for all activities at site, interfacing with other parties and managing the site meetings as required to support the works. The Site Representative shall also support the wider WTG package in any matters relating to the Pre-assembly site. Skillset/Experience Experience (minimum of 2-years) providing similar services in offshore renewables (preferably under an EPCI Contract environment); An excellent understanding of construction practices including but not limited to heavy lifting/transport (LOLER Reg’s), marine management, completion/sub assembly activities and inspection experience. Proven experience in site management of pre-assembly/marshalling ports is essential; Experience in site safety management is essential; Experience in Wind Turbine Generator systems and equipment is essential; Experience in mechanical and electrical fit-out; Experience in quality assurance activities and performing inspection walk-downs; An ability to read and understand technical documents and observe operations to ensure that the Contractor is working to their accepted documentation; Conversant with international codes, procedures and specifications relevant to offshore construction activities; An understanding of the appointed roles under CDM (2015) and UK Health and Safety requirements; Previous experience of: Work preparation and sequence planning Simultaneous Operations assessment Health and safety oversight Quality management Environmental management Deliverables – 2 or 3 by end of project Contributed to the successful execution of the Pre-assembly site works, assisting the WTG package team in pre-empting and mitigating risks to the works Observed, monitored and reported on all aspects of critical works performed at the Pre-assembly site Co-ordinated and managed all activities at the Pre-assembly site Qualifications (Mandatory) CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) accredited All GWO’s including medical with Chester step test would be advantageous IOSH Managing Safely or CITB SMSTS (Site Management Safety Training Scheme) GCSEs (or equivalent) in English and Maths as a minimum Qualifications (Preferred) CDM awareness training or proven competency LOLER awareness training or proven competency PUWER awareness training or proven competency IT proficient (Microsoft Word, Excel and Internet) Client representative training or similar Authority The Site Representative may not be granted access to observe all works at the Pre-assembly site since the client have no CDM responsibilities to undertake. Access will be pre-agreed between the client and the Site Representative notified accordingly. As such the Site Representative shall not demand access when this has not been pre-agreed. The Site Representative must not call themselves ‘Client Reps’ and must not step over the line, in regard to CDM duty holder responsibilities e.g. do not instruct Contractors, accept or approve Contractor RAMS or procedures. The Site Representative has no contractual authority, except for the authority to intervene or stop the operation in case of safety, quality infringements or the procedures are not being followed by the Contractor.