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Renewable Energy Jobs in Poland

Renewable Energy Jobs in Poland

Renewable Energy Jobs in Poland

In Poland, renewable energy opportunities are gradually emerging, particularly in wind and solar power. The country has significant potential for wind energy development, particularly in coastal and northern regions. Additionally, there is growing interest in solar energy, with increasing investments in photovoltaic installations. As Poland aims to diversify its energy mix and reduce dependence on coal, there is potential for job creation in various sectors, including project development, engineering, installation, maintenance, and research within the renewable energy industry. However, the pace of renewable energy growth in Poland is influenced by policy decisions, market conditions, and the overall energy transition trajectory.

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Solar

Asset Manager - Solar PV

Milan, Italy

JOB ID: #7210 Asset Manager Location: Milan Key Responsibilities Manage and supervise production and energy flows of photovoltaic systems (projects/SPVs), in order to ensure optimal operation by constantly reporting results and identified critical issues. Verify contractual obligations achievement in terms of plant performances Develop reporting on the operation and profitability of the plants Contract Management for service provision to the company's clients' assets, including, for example, Operations & Maintenace contracts for power generation plants, security contracts, auxiliary services contracts (e.g. telecommunications) and power purchase contracts, contracts with landowners or building owners (with direct involvement and contact with contractors to verify the performance of ordinary and extraordinary activities); - edistribuzione, GSE, Arera, Customs Agency, etc.. Support in all the activities to be performed under the long-term financing agreement between the SPVs and the bank management of all the communications required by law Invoices and Revenues verification, Expense Budget definition Insurance claim management Requirements Preferably have Master's Degree in Engineering 3/4 years of valuable experience in Solar Asset Management Proven knowledge of sector regulations Excellent knowledge of office application packages (Word, Excel, Power point) Good communication skills Good knowledge of English Availability for short-term travels Place of work: Milan

Rotating Plant Engineer

Scotland

JOB ID: #7193 Rotating Plant Engineer Location: Scotland / Hybrid Key ResponsibilitiesInvolved in the full project life cycle and contributing throughout, from project definition, preparing and evaluating tenders against our client’s Works Information, conceptual and front-end design development, detail design reviews, HAZID/HAZCON/HAZOP sessions into supporting construction, installation, commissioning, and project completion.Promoting and managing safety within your assigned projects through the implementation of CDM procedures and practices, ensuring the project engineering is compliant with our client, HSE and industry regulations.Technical support in response to and drafting of Technical Queries (or Tender Queries during procurement phase), and support with defects and non-conformance.Reviewing Rotating Plant technology prequalification and type testing reports in preparation for client approval.Interface with Technical Authority: to collate Technical Authority Schedule and provide supporting information for Synchronous Compensator/FACTS technology, progress Deviation requests, support our client’s team in production of material to satisfy internal Design Governance and presentation to the Design Authority, including discharge of actions from Design Authority.Interface with other technical disciplines, internally and externally, including attending design reviews with Contractor and the client’s teams, and attending project meetings relating to all aspects of project delivery such as engineering design, contract, commissioning etc.Attend sites as required to support installation and commissioning activities, factory audits, key stages of manufacturing and Factory Acceptance Testing.On project completion, undertake review of final records including, as built drawings, manuals, commissioning records and health and safety file.Responsible for Rotating Plant engineering delivery on your assigned projects or across your region, for your specific discipline, of a typical capital value of £50m - £200mWorking closely with Engineering Managers and Project Managers to ensure that Engineering and Quality risks are identified and mitigated.Providing technical support on high profile projects or technically complex issues. Knowledge, Skills, and ExperienceDemonstrable technical skills in Rotating Plant technology development, design, specification, and implementation, with a preference for Synchronous Condensers but any relevant experience will be considered.Self-Starter attitude, who enjoys problem solving and has an ability to communicate complex technical issues in a clear and concise manner to facilitate decision making by senior management.Excellent communication skills, with the ability to demonstrate diligence and to prioritise workload.An understanding of the legislation and implications of such for the management of the Transmission network for both Assets and ProjectsPreferably hold or, with past work experience, be working towards a degree or masters in an appropriate engineering discipline depending on the level of position applied for.An appreciation of multi-discipline projects, and design interface management would be desirable.Candidates with a project engineering background, specialising in Rotating Plant (i.e. Synchronous Compensators, Power Plants) and FACTS engineering, in either contractor, consultancy, or client organisations within the Energy Industry.Candidates background should include experience with Synchronous Condensers/Compensators, rotating plant, control systems, ancillary systems, interfacing with AC Primary Plant, with experience on Pathfinder projects favourable.Candidates with Power Generation experience who are able to demonstrate relevant transferable skills DesirableOther relevant FACTs Technology experience (e.g. STATCOM, SVC and HVDC Technology) will also be considered advantageous, but not essential.

Offshore Wind

Structural Engineer

London, Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #7199 Structural Engineer Location: UK Our client is looking for a Structural Engineer to deliver services in the Engineering Team, CTO, and wider business, demonstrating an ability to add value to opportunities in a highly competitive and changing marketplace while ensuring appropriate Engineering and Quality standards are maintained. The successful candidate will develop and maintain relationships across the UK and internationally. In addition, they will develop and maintain external relationships with our supply chain, Industry bodies, technical standards organisations, academia/research bodies, and wider network in order to enhance, promote, and protect our client’s activity and brand. They will contribute to a strong, collaborative and positive working culture among the Engineering Team, and for delivering the full potential of synergies and efficiencies with the wider business. Key ResponsibilitiesLeading by example and proactively maintaining the highest level of standards to comply with all Zero Harm requirements while taking care of personal health and safety and that of others.Undertaking Structural Engineering activities in a diligent and professional manner.Working to ensure that Structural activities are undertaken in accordance with statutory requirements, and company policies including Zero Harm, Quality, Engineering, and Design Management policies.Maintaining a suitable level of expertise in Structural Engineering.Providing expertise and focus on all matters related to the design, quality, operation, and maintenance of infrastructure associated with renewable energy and storage projects.Supporting the Structural Engineering services across all Directorates and for the full lifecycle of assets from origination to decommissioningWorking to ensure that operational learning and operational requirements are considerations in the origination, design and construction of civil infrastructure associated with renewable energy and storage projectsEmbedding the consideration of risk and lifetime costs in all relevant Engineering activities.Demonstrate, by example, adherence and involvement to deliver the four strategic pillars, namely Zero Harm, Operational Excellence, Business Growth and Inspiring People.Contribute to building and strengthening a skilled, high performing, and motivated Team, with an open and positive working environment, and a culture of excellence, collaboration and trust.Provide Structural Engineering support to the business during periods of high risk and urgency.Provide Structural technical direction and support to establish a temporary or permanent corrective action plan, and support root cause analysis and solution development when required.Ensure all Structural Engineering assessments, advice and recommendations are fully documented in accordance with all internal procedures.Support technical and commercial due diligence (whether internal or external) activities.Responsible for ensuring Structural related risks are identified, captured, recorded and addressed appropriately, providing technical expertise and guidance to ensure risk level is ALARP.Ensure that Structural related lifetime costs are optimised during the origination, design, and construction of assets.Ensure decommissioning and/or end of life of Structural components is considered during the design and construction phases of projects.Actively engage in internal lead teams and committees, and build a strong support network with the wider business.Represent the company in external meetings, industry bodies, tradeshows and conventions. Dimensions Part of 7+ employees and contractors in the Mechanical & Composites Team.36 sites in operation, delivering c.1GW.600MW in construction (incl. 450MW offshore).Pipeline +2GW in UK and Ireland.Significant ambition to accelerate growth across different renewables technologies.The Engineering Team is a central function which supports across all technologies and at each phase of the asset lifecycle.  Requirements Proven Engineer successful in delivering projects/programmes, establishing/managing relationships, securing and maintaining a safe environment, managing priorities, and inspiring and influencing behaviours and actions.Strong commitment to safety, health, environment and quality.Minimum of an Engineering degree in Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering or related discipline.Chartered membership of an appropriate body would be an advantage.NEBOSH or IOSH (or equivalent) is desirable.Highly proficient in key areas of Engineering in the renewables environment.Specialist in a Civil or Structural Engineering discipline within the renewable energy sector.Strong experience of managing risks and challenges in a renewables environment.Excellent at building successful relationships with external partners, peers, stakeholders and reporting line.Design and/or operational experience in any of the following is desirable:Wind turbine onshore foundationsWind turbine offshore foundations (monopiles, jackets, gravity based, floating), transition piece, and corrosion protection systemSteel structures inc. wind turbine towers, platforms, secondary steels structuresBattery Energy Storage System (BESS) foundations and mounting structuresPhotovoltaic (PV) mounting structuresFoundation Condition Monitoring SystemsGood command of Microsoft Office package (MS Excel, MS Word, MS Power Point, etc.).Flexible to travel around the UK and overseas as the role requires.Full clean UK driving licence.Excellent (English) oral and written communication skills.

Package Manager - WTG

London, Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #7191 Work Package Manager Location: London Our client is looking for an ambitious and driven Work Package Manager to join their mission to build the world’s largest offshore wind farm on UK and Irish seas. This is your chance to transform energy, for change.  Key ResponsibilitiesLeading a team of highly skilled specialists to successfully tender, contract and execute the WTG supply contract until handover to O&MReport, plan and control work package budget including continuous risk monitoringManage the work package timeline in accordance with the overall project time lineCoordinate work package internal and external interfaces (e.g. consenting, procurement)Provide and ensure consideration of work package relevant requirements within the projectEnsure consideration of health and safety guidelines at all phases of the projectYou will be in contact with the other work packages as well as specialists and project teams on selected technical topics and participate in "troubleshooting" if necessary  Requirements At least 5 years track record in responsible project management positions for large infrastructure or energy projects, ideally with specific experience on delivery of WTG packages for offshore wind farm projects.Master’s degree or equivalent in electrical or mechanical Engineering or closely related; additional qualifications such as PMP or NEBOSH welcome.Sound technical knowledge of large electrical / mechanical systems.Strong team player with demonstrable team leadership and management skills and excellent interpersonal and communication skills with people of different backgrounds and cultures.Strong organizational and prioritizing skills and the ability to work independent and from various locations.A flexible approach to work and willingness to travel frequently.Fluency in Business English.

Offshore Wind

Planner

United Kingdom

JOB ID: #7188 Planner Location: UK Our clients are looking for someone who has extensive Project Planning experience within large complex projects. You should have proven experience working within a Planning or Project Controls team. A background in offshore wind would be highly advantageous. RoleContribute to the ongoing development and management of the detailed project programme, reviewing Contractor programmes and ensuring that these are correctly integrated into the overall programme, taking into account interfaces with Project Management, Financing and Engineering activities, and Regulatory/Consenting requirements, while ensuring clear, timely and accurate information is provided to Project Management.Assess and communicate schedule impact of project change control notifications, and schedule impact of progress reported at package level.Undertake analysis of Delay Events notified within Contractors’ Claims to determine the validity of these claims.Ensure that this information is visible to the Senior Planner and Project Services Manager as well as the Project Leadership team.Monthly updates to elements of Project programme including review of Contractor programme submissions.Work closely with Senior Planner and Project Services Manager to ensure that any knock-on impacts through delays to interface points are identified and raised to Project Management for mitigation.Identify critical path for both specific work packages and the overall project programme, criticality of work scopes, and ensure that potential delays to critical activities are identified and mitigations can be identified through quantitative Schedule Risk Analysis and What-if Scenario planning.Work closely with Senior Planner and Project Services Manager to develop project programme reporting outputs in line with project management requirements.Produce package level programme reports and dashboards as required.Other Planning related duties as required. Required5 years of Project Planning experience, working within large, multi-contract Engineering and Construction projects, including building fully integrated complex activity networks.Highly skilled user of Primavera P6 planning software.Experience in carrying out delay analysis and analysis of schedule implications of contractor claims.Experience in running what-if scenarios and schedule risk analysis.Ability to work with package and project managers, interface manager and 3rd party contractors to identify schedule pinch points, interface issues and potential SIMOPS clashes and identify optimal schedule solutions.Ability to produce clear and concise information that will assist senior management decision making.Outstanding communication, presentation and stakeholder management skills will be essential for this role, allowing you to forge and maintain strong working relationships.Focus on continuous improvement, striving to improve the quality of planning output as an aid to project decision making.Experience of Offshore Wind projects (highly desirable)

Offshore Wind

Development and Investment Manager (South Korea)

South Korea

  JOB ID: #7174 Development and Investment Manager Location: Seoul, South Korea Scope Project Development:Assist in the development of Korean offshore wind projects including management of key activities and driving the project scheduleLead financial planning and model analysis for offshore wind development projects, and drive projects toward construction phase by managing financial aspects of the project through development phaseDevelop and implement risk management strategies during project development and for project financingInclude project management for approved project in Korea covering project schedule management, work progress report (by coordinating with various internal departments), facilitating communication between SRE HQ and local JV members, etc. New Projects:Evaluate new offshore wind development opportunitiesWork on bidding for offshore wind auctions in mainly Korea and various regions (if any) to secure new projectsAssess financial feasibility, conducting due diligence, and preparing investment proposals Investments and Transactions:Lead on M&A on offshore wind opportunities (greenfield and brownfield) in mainly Korea and various regions (if any), including Japan, and AustraliaConduct and manage all due diligence (commercial, legal, financial, technical, etc.) and financial valuation analyses for potential acquisitions for the preparation of investment proposalsAssist in negotiations of transaction documentation and drive M&A transactions to closing Project Finance:Drive the process to secure project finance for offshore wind projectsDevelop and manage relationships with financing parties including banks, export credit agencies, and other financing entitiesManage sponsor and lender advisers including financial, legal, technical and other due diligence advisors throughout the due diligence processOversee preparation of all materials for lender processes, including presentations, information memorandums, financial models, due diligence reports and ad-hoc analyses Financial Modelling:Develop and maintain detailed financial models to assess project viability, returns, and potential risksConduct sensitivity analyses and scenario planning to support decision-making processes, optimise project returns and enhance bankability Administration, Reporting and Internal Approval Process:Assist with general administrative matters including oversight and management of external service providersLead preparation and delivery of presentations to Shareholders, Board, Steering Committee and Senior ManagementEffectively communicate complex financial concepts in a clear and concise mannerCoordinate activities and ensure effective communication between investments team, project team, advisors and other stakeholders Required Years of Experience: 3-7 years+Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or related field. Preference for MBA or masters equivalent, or Chartered Accountant, CPA or CFA designation.Strong financial modeling skills and proficiency in financial analysis toolsExcellent understanding of finance, accounting principles, and risk managementExceptional communication and presentation skillsAbility to work collaboratively in a cross-functional team environmentStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsHigh attention to detail, good work ethic and a team playerExperience in project financing within the renewable energy sector, with a focus on offshore wind projects is a plusFluency in Korean and English with abilities other languages (Chinese, Japanese) a plus

Offshore Wind

Senior Technical Manager - Europe

Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #7179 Senior Technical 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. Their 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 team will have three Senior Technical Mangers, and each will have a geographical focus of either the Americas, Europe or APAC and the roles for both Europe and the APAC currently open.  ScopeOur client has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Technical Manager to work on global offshore wind projects that are in development, construction, and operations.You will work alongside our lead partners and may at times work directly in senior roles in the project team, on a range of development and construction projects across their global portfolio.You will interact closely with partner teams and guide 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 be responsible for developing strategies to optimize bids and project developments and for the identification of tactics to facilitate successful project execution.You will focus on technology development, contracting strategies, project cost, project management, project schedule, value engineering, risk management and optimization, stakeholder engagement.You will also work closely with partners commercial counterpart to structure agreements, ensure the accuracy of economic analysis and support recommendations for bid / development / FID approvals. Key ResponsibilitiesBe a senior member of the technical team with oversight of the project(s), requiring collaboration with the other senior members of the project team.Be responsible for the development of bids to successful award, project development to Financial Investment Decision and project execution to Commercial Operation.Work closely with the lead commercial developer, to structure agreements, ensure the accuracy of economic analysis and support recommendations for bid / development / FID approvals.Manage and maintain relationships within the project and industry. Build and maintain a network of stakeholders and consultants / contractors at a senior level, that can support project delivery.Oversee partner development of and ultimately be responsible for the successful planning and development for specific projects and the successful implementation of those plans by partners.Work directly on project teams as required and fulfil the specified team role which may include managing a team / or reporting to the Project Director / Managing Director.Oversee day-to-day issues that arise on projects drawing on support from the client as required to take decisions, within authority limits, as situation/issue arise.Ensure that the client’s commercial and technical teams are kept up to date and engaged on key issues and provide full transparency on all project related matters.Responsible for the development of recommendations to senior management and shareholders with respect to project specific issues exceeding authorities.Liaison with the client’s team and provide reports to shareholders in respect of project progress. Essential RequirementsYou have an engineering degree or equivalent with strong technical and commercial understanding of offshore wind projects and technology.You are an expert in stakeholder and team management with strong project management skills based on strategic thinking.You have more than five years’ direct experience of working in offshore wind project teams for development, construction and/or operations.You have excellent communication and interpersonal relations skills.You can take initiative, be self-starting and make rational decisions, even when under pressure and be results-oriented.You have the ability to absorb and process often complex and potentially conflicting information and conduct critical decision making in respect of key issues.You are fluent in English language with other European languages as an advantage. Desirable SkillsProject management qualificationHealth and Safety management trainingInternational work experience is an advantage.

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.