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Since its inception in 2017, LSP has deployed contractors with our Clients and Developers all over Europe, Asia, and the rest of the globe. We are experienced in the process of helping our contractors set up their payment model and assist with mobilisation and deployment alongside our trusted partners.

Why LSP?

  • We pride ourselves on our customer service, getting back to candidates with the outcomes – positive or negative.
  • Our consultants are contract specialists who can talk you through the intricacies of working as a contractor
  • Specialising in verticals our consultant can advise you about the current market within your specialist area
  • Dedicated compliance team to ensure you have all the documentation you need to operate in countries across the globe compliantly
  • Specialist mobilisation team who can help you through our trusted partners to mobilise anywhere in the world
  • Plus, a number of partners to assist you as a contractor to help you to organise anything from PPE to training

FAQ's

Our dedicated Compliance department work closely with all our contractors providing support and advise throughout the process. Prior to starting your contract LSP will require the following information:

  • A clear copy of your Passport (Please note that by providing this, you consent to LSP conducting an ID Check via a trusted partner.)

If operating through a limited company, these further documents will be required: 

  • Certificate of Company Incorporation
  • VAT Registration Certificate (if relevant)
  • Bank Details (please note that we will require these on an official document which also shows your company name. This can be a screenshot or picture of the relevant part of your bank statement, for example.)
  • Insurance Certificates 
  • A1 Certificate (if applicable)
  • Any relevant certifications and/or qualifications

You simply need to register with LSP Renewables. Once on our system our specialist consultants will keep you abreast of the latest jobs as they come in ensuring you are kept in the loop of all the latest renewable energy vacancies.

 

Whether you are looking to work in offshore wind, onshore wind, solar or any other renewable energy markets LSP have the knowledge to find you the right role.

As a work-seeker, you can choose three different ways of working with LSP when providing your services in the UK. There are different reasons why you might choose one way of working over another – each contract type varies in terms of what pay rate you will receive and what benefits (if any) you are entitled to. Ultimately, it is up to each work-seeker to determine which way of working suits you best as LSP cannot advise you on which option you should choose.

In simple terms, LSP engage temporary workers providing their services in the UK under one of the following three models:

1. PAYE (PAY AS YOU EARN) 
A PAYE worker is an individual engaged on a contract for services (not a contract of service i.e., employment contract) to work temporarily via LSP for an end client. This category of worker is generally identified as an “agency worker” and is within scope of AWR. LSP deducts PAYE tax and NI insurance at source and pays the temporary worker a net sum. 

2. UMBRELLA COMPANY  
An Umbrella Company is a UK company that employs workers on an over-arching contract of employment and provides these workers to LSP and LSP in turn provide the workers to LSP’s end client. The worker in this scenario is also classified as an “agency worker” for the purposes of AWR. LSP pays the approved Umbrella Company gross for the hours worked by the worker, and the Umbrella Company makes all relevant tax and employment deductions before paying the worker a net sum. You can view the list of preferred umbrella suppliers to LSP here.

3. PERSONAL SERVICE COMPANY (PSC) 
A personal service company is a UK Limited Company that is owned and managed by the individual providing the services to the end client. LSP pays the PSC a gross sum. Typically, the contractor (who will be the director/shareholder) will be paid by the Limited Company either by way of wages (subject to employment taxes) and/or by way of dividends (subject to corporation tax). 
You can find out more by reading the example PAYE and Limited Company contracts below:

PAYE Contract** | Limited Company Contract**

**These contracts are general terms of business, the specific details relating to actual assignments would be confirmed when an assignment is offered

LSP Renewables have a dedicated mobilisation team, we work closely with our travel industry partners to ensure we can provide (if required) the most flexible and most competitive travel fares.

We can assist with:

  • flights
  • train travel
  • accommodation
  • boat travel
  • car hire

Should you be mobilising to another country LSP will guide you through the process and introduce you to our in country partners to help apply for work permits and/or visas to ensure there are no nasty surprises when you arrive at your destination and you can get on with the job at hand. 

LSP operate an online timesheet portal enabling you to log your hours from a device or computer and without the need for paper timesheets. This efficient solution means you can submit hours and expenses and receive digital approval from your manager. At the beginning of your contract you will receive your personal login details to the portal.

For access to the portal, please click here.

For help using the  portal, please use our InTime Contractor User Guide

If you still require assistance, you can contact our Finance department on intime@lsprenewables.com 

The engagement of a contractor in this way should be treated as a business-to-business relationship. This relationship is between LSP Renewables and the limited company providing the services (ie the PSC)

  • Ideally instead of providing LSP with your CV, a copy of your businesses profile and qualifications of any contractors that will be provided by the business (i.e., the PSC) should be provided.
  • Ideally your business should have a dedicated email address ie joebloggs@123limited.com as opposed to a generic email.
  • The right to substiution will usually apply - this means that another representative acting on behalf of your business (PSC) can cover the scope of works the limited company has been contracted to carry out.

 

Due to wide non-compliance with the IR35 rules, the government introduced reforms in the public sector in April 2017 – these are known as the “off-payroll rules”. The Chancellor announced in the Budget on the 29th October 2018 that the government would also reform the off-payroll working rules in the private sector,  the implementation took place from 6th April 2021. From this date, the liability for assessing IR35 status is no longer on the contractor’s intermediary but on the client.

When does IR35 apply?

IR35 applies where the worker operates through a UK Limited company. If you engage and supply contrators who work via an intermediary (typically a PSC), where taxes and NICs are not deducted at source, then you are likely to be affected.

How is the employment of the worker assessed?

HMRC provides an employment status tool (CEST) to find out if you, or a worker on a specific engagement should be classed as employed or self-employed for tax purposes.

When a client releases a role in the UK the job role will be assessed to give an initial 'Inside or Outside' determination. Usually once a contractor is identified to carry out the role then a further assessment is completed by the limited company provider to confirm this status determination (SDS)

Access our IR35 Guide here to find out how this will impact you.

This legislation incorporates a revision into the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations, or ‘Conduct Regulations.’

The purpose of the implementation of Key Information Documents was to increase pay transparency for agency workers and provide key information regarding their assignments. You can view an example of the KID with the various different pay models here.

Download the example KID

LSP Renewables Ltd (“LSP”) will be compliant with the provisions of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC) with respect to recruiting and placement of seafarers as detailed in Article 1.4 of the convention and as required under United Kingdom Legislation.
To find out more about the legislation, and view an example seafarers employment agreement, please click  here.
To view a copy of our latest Seafarer complaints policy, please click here.

Latest Jobs

Offshore Wind

Deputy PMO Manager

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Our client is looking for a Deputy PMO Manager to join their team and report to the Onshore, Project Management Office (PMO) Manager, the Onshore Deputy PMO Manager is in charge of managing partially or fully project management functions for one or several onshore projects. In this role, you will directly manage the Project Processes and functionally the PMO team involved on the projects under your responsibility. You will need to closely collaborate with the project team of the Business Unit (BU) and with the other Enabling Functions to ensure successful implementation of the project processes and tools at all stages (from origination to operation). The Deputy PMO Manager assists in the administration and oversight of the Project Management Office (PMO), ensuring the successful delivery of projects aligned with organizational goals. This role involves supporting project managers, maintaining project management methodologies, and ensuring consistent project execution and reporting. Key ResponsibilitiesSupport PMO Leadership: Assist the PMO Manager in developing and implementing project management strategies and methodologies.Provide leadership and direction to project managers and teams.Project Oversight: Act as the Deputy of the Onshore PMO Manager during his/her absence Monitor and report on the status of projects, ensuring they are delivered on time, within scope, and within budget.Facilitate regular project reviews and audits to ensure compliance with PMO standards and practices.Process Improvement: Closely work with the Onshore PMO manager to optimize and improve project processes Identify areas for improvement in project management processes and practices.Actively participate to lessons learned to improve the entire project management lifecycle processStakeholder Communication: Maintain effective communication with stakeholders, providing regular updates on project status and any issues or risks.Facilitate project team meetings and ensure their feedback is incorporated into project planning and execution.Risk Management: Flag to the Onshore PMO manager any significant deviation or riskDocumentation and Reporting: Collect and analyze project data, working with the other project functions (engineering, finance …) and more specifically with the other PMO functions (planner, cost management, risks…).Provide the required analysis and reporting on your project perimeter or upon requests Ensure accurate and up-to-date project documentation is maintained.Training and Development: Provide training and support to project managers and team members on PMO processes and tools. Promote a culture of continuous learning and improvement within the project management team.  Qualifications Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Project Management, or a related field.A Master’s degree or relevant certification (e.g., PMP, PRINCE2) is preferred. Experience: Minimum of 5 years of experience in project management Skills Strong understanding of project management methodologies and best practices. Excellent organizational and multitasking skills.Proficiency in project management software and tools.Strong communication and interpersonal skills.Ability to lead and motivate project teams.Problem-solving and decision-making abilities. Personal Attributes Detail-oriented with a strong focus on quality and accuracy.Adaptable and flexible, able to manage changing priorities.Proactive and self-motivated, with a strong sense of ownership and accountability.Collaborative team player with a positive attitude and strong work ethic.

Offshore Wind

Procurement Manager - Foundations

City of Edinburgh, Scotland

Our client is looking for a Procurement Manager, WTG Foundations, this position is a full-time hybrid role with flexibility to work from home or elsewhere with regular visits to the Edinburgh project office. The expectation for this role is a minimum of 2 days a week in the office. Reporting to the Contracts & Procurement Manager this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and motivated Procurement Manager to join the rapidly growing team and support the transition to a low carbon, sustainable global economy. In this role, you’ll work as part of a growing dedicated multi-disciplinary team to procure goods and services for the project. The focus will be on CAPEX spend for the project to facilitate the development of the project and progression towards Financial Investment Decision.  The focus area will be the WTG Foundations package with the potential for these to be jointly procured with the project.  Key ResponsibilitiesWork within the procurement function for the project as a member of the Procurement Team, reporting to the Contracts & Procurement Manager.Identification and selection of suppliers to be invited to submit responses to Call for Tenders (CfT) and Expressions of Interest (EoI).Managing the negotiation and award of contracts for goods and services in consultation with the wider project team and shareholder category teams in accordance with best-value and approved procedures.Undertake the procurement of goods and services and associated activities to agreed project and commercial objectives including, but not limited to, the following:Support with contracting strategy development to be prepared for approval by Project Director / Project Board / Shareholders as requiredPreparation and issuing of CfT, EoI & Non-Disclosure Agreements;Leading the evaluation of commercial element of bids and co-ordinating inputs from the wider evaluation team (technical, legal, HSE);Negotiate terms & conditions with preferred suppliers;Ensuring timely contract awards;Writing Contract Award Recommendations which will seek approval from Project Director / Project Board / Shareholders to award contracts.Contract Management responsibility for the contracts that have been negotiated includingSeeking internal approval and managing Variation Orders for changes to scopes of work;Drafting and responding to contractual communications to be issued to contractors;Maintaining contractual registers.  Experience RequiredKnowledge of and a proven track record in managing procurement activities from identification of requirements through to contract award. Preferably with knowledge and experience in the offshore wind market and specific experience of negotiating WTG Foundation contracts.Ability to build effective relationships and be a team player at all levels both within the project and with suppliers.Proven ability to communicate at all levels both written and verbally.A strong results focus supported by relevant commercial skills and knowledge required to deliver value to the project.A proven ability to conduct successful commercial negotiations with suppliers.Knowledge of relevant procurement processes and procedures.Ability to work under pressure to tight timescales. Role Specific Competencies:Attention to Detail;Commercial Acumen including the evaluation of Tender submissions;Negotiation and closing contracts. Our client understand the importance of diversity and inclusion. They value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing the team all have in common is their focus on high performance. If you're capable, motivated and can deliver, our client wants you on our team. They are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, gender identity, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief.

Offshore Wind

Procurement Manager - T&I

City of Edinburgh, Scotland

Our client is looking for a Procurement Manager, T&I, this position is a full-time hybrid role with flexibility to work from home or elsewhere with regular visits to the Edinburgh project office. The expectation for this role is a minimum of 2 days a week in the office. Reporting to the Contracts & Procurement Manager this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and motivated Procurement Manager to join a rapidly growing team and support the transition to a low carbon, sustainable global economy. In this role, you’ll work as part of a growing dedicated multi-disciplinary team to procure goods and services for the project. The focus will be on CAPEX spend for the project to facilitate the development of the project and progression towards Financial Investment Decision. The focus areas will be contracts predominantly relating to the WTG, Cables & Foundations T&I packages with the potential for these to be jointly procured with the project. Key Responsibilities Work within the procurement function for the project as a member of the Procurement Team, reporting to the Contracts & Procurement Manager. Identification and selection of suppliers to be invited to submit responses to Call for Tenders (CfT) and Expressions of Interest (EoI). Managing the negotiation and award of contracts for goods and services in consultation with the wider project team and shareholder category teams in accordance with best-value and approved procedures. Undertake the procurement of goods and services and associated activities to agreed project and commercial objectives including, but not limited to, the following: Support with contracting strategy development to be prepared for approval by Project Director / Project Board / Shareholders as required; Preparation and issuing of CfT, EoI & Non-Disclosure Agreements; Leading the evaluation of commercial element of bids and co-ordinating inputs from the wider evaluation team (technical, legal, HSE); Negotiate terms & conditions with preferred suppliers; Ensuring timely contract awards Writing Contract Award Recommendations which will seek approval from Project Director / Project Board / Shareholders to award contracts. Contract Management responsibility for the contracts that have been negotiated including: Seeking internal approval and managing Variation Orders for changes to scopes of work; Drafting and responding to contractual communications to be issued to contractors; Maintaining contractual registers. Experience Required Knowledge of and a proven track record in managing procurement activities from identification of requirements through to contract award. Preferably with knowledge and experience in the offshore wind market and specific experience of negotiating T&I package contracts. Ability to build effective relationships and be a team player at all levels both within the project and with suppliers. Proven ability to communicate at all levels both written and verbally. A strong results focus supported by relevant commercial skills and knowledge required to deliver value to the project. A proven ability to conduct successful commercial negotiations with suppliers. Knowledge of relevant procurement processes and procedures. Ability to work under pressure to tight timescales. Role Specific Competencies: Attention to Detail. Commercial Acumen including the evaluation of Tender submissions. Negotiation and closing contracts. Our client understand the importance of diversity and inclusion. They value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing the team all have in common is their focus on high performance. If you're capable, motivated and can deliver, our client wants you on their team. They are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, gender identity, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief.

Offshore Wind

Offshore Consents Advisor

United Kingdom

 Our client is looking for an Offshore Consent Advisor to be responsible for supporting the Offshore Consent Lead to deliver the offshore consenting strategy. The objective of the role includes supporting the achievement of a buildable consent for the relevant offshore elements of the Project, securing a uniform approach to authorities/regulators and stakeholders and management of the offshore deliverables from consultants.  Key ResponsibilitiesResponsible for delivering defined work packages to support the offshore elements of the DCO and Marine Licences for the projectReviewing the deliverables of the offshore consultants in the responsible areas as requiredUtilising and administering QA processes, tracking and monitoring processes for the offshore deliverables on the project.Ensure strong cooperation within the offshore team for all offshore packagesContractor and budget management for relevant scopes of workInput and support Consent manager on resource needs, programme and risks in relation to the offshore elementsProvide updates on key show stoppers on the offshore workstreams to the Offshore Consent Lead Close coordination with other project stakeholders as directed by the Consent Lead Description of position: Key tasksResponsible for delivering defined work packages to support the offshore elements of the DCO and Marine Licences for the projectReviewing the deliverables of the offshore consultants in the responsible areas as requiredUtilising and administering QA processes, tracking and monitoring processes for the offshore deliverables on the project.Ensure strong cooperation within the offshore team for all offshore packagesContractor and budget management for relevant scopes of workInput and support Consent manager on resource needs, programme and risks in relation to the offshore elementsProvide updates on key show stoppers on the offshore workstreams to the Offshore Consent LeadClose coordination with other project stakeholders as directed by the Consent Lead Stakeholders and Topic areas could includeMMO, Cefas, NE, TWT, WDC, RSPB, CAA, NATS, MoD, Aggregates, Transboundary EU. O&G Operators (see specific list), Shipping Operators, MCA, RYA, CoS, THLS. JNCC, Defra, SNH, Marine Scotland, NFFO, Commercial Fisheries, IFCA, O&G OperatorsMarine Mammals, Benthic Ecology, Water Framework Directive, Marine Processes, Shipping and Navigation (lead), Aviation, Military, and Communications, Infrastructure and Other Users, Dredging & Disposal Characterisation, Commercial Fisheries, Marine Archaeology, Seascape and Visual Resources, Fish Ecology, Inter-related Effects, Cumulative & Trans-boundary, Shipping and Navigation

Offshore Wind

Onshore Consent Lead

United Kingdom

Our client is looking for an Onshore Consent Lead to be accountable for the relevant onshore consenting strategy for the Project. The objective of the role includes achieving buildable consent for the relevant onshore elements of the Project, securing a uniform approach to authorities/regulators and stakeholders and management of the onshore deliverables from consultants. Key Responsibilities Responsible for managing the onshore elements of the DCO, TCPA for the project Managing the deliverables of the onshore consultants in the responsible areas Responsible for stakeholder engagement in the responsible areas; Develop and implement QA processes for the onshore deliverables on the project. Ensure strong cooperation within the Project for all onshore packages in relation to onshore consenting risk and deliverables; Onshore EIA contracts and budget management Input and support Consent manager on resource needs, programme and risks in relation to the offshore elements Provide updates on key show stoppers on the onshore workstreams to the Consent Manager Close coordination with the Offshore or Generation Lead, Land Manager and Stakeholder Manager Description of position: Key tasks Deliver buildable consent of the onshore elements of the project on time and to budget according to the programme Input and influence project consent strategy for the onshore elements and feed to the Consent Manager, considering company strategic aspects to optimise individual project consent. Consenting strategy includes: stakeholder engagement, authority processes, sequence of activities, project risks, approach to procurement, Manage consenting risk continually at project level. Clear and proactive communication of risk to the project, and to the line/strategic team to prevent issues in the project and flags risks that could impact across the portfolio Drive best in class approach to external onshore stakeholder engagement. Manage and perform high level stakeholder engagement with key stakeholders on relevant project issues via the Stakeholder Engagement Manager and consultants resulting in final Statements of Common Ground Identify and feed back to the Consent Manger project lessons learned Provide expert advice on onshore consent and environmental project issues to maximise competitiveness to the project packages Support Land Manager to secure access to survey works and landowner liaison Stakeholders and Topic areas could include: County Councils, District Councils, Parish Councils, EH (on & offshore), IDBs, relevant local industries – for SOCGs and environmental topic discussions Geology, Hydrology, Land Use, Agriculture and Recreation, Landscape and Visual Resources, Traffic and Transport, Noise and Vibration, Air Quality and Health, Socio Economics, Inter-Related Effects, Ecology, Historic Environment, Planning Statement, Site Selection

Offshore Wind

HV Commissioning Engineer - Offshore

United Kingdom

Our client is looking for a HV Commissioning Engineer, to join an Offshore project in the UK.   Key ResponsibilitiesWork alongside the Electrical Systems Package site representatives and key supplier representatives to deliver the Commissioning activities as Clients Engineer, driving the work scope forwards on site to meet the project programme.Client witness and sign off for Stage 1 and Stage 2 Commissioning for Offshore Converter Platform works and interfaces to the Onshore Converter Station and WTG’sProvide technical support for the Commissioning team inc. Project Senior Authorised Persons and M&E EngineersInvestigate and report on HV Network system events during the commissioning phaseSupport Transmission System Commissioning Manager as requiredEnsure Asset Integrity of the HV Network during the Commissioning phase  DeliverablesAccurate weekly reporting and record-keeping on progress and issues to the Commissioning Package ManagerResponsible for the Commissioning Teams core activities offshore with regards to the Offshore Converter Platform (OCP) programmeRepresent Commissioning team in offshore coordination and SIMOP meetings.Liaise with Engineering and Quality Departments to ensure Outstanding Engineering/Quality Issues are reported and resolvedSupport Commissioning Package Manager to ensure required offshore Commissioning procedures are availableInterface with Export/Array Cable and Wind Turbine Generator package Commissioning activitiesResponsible for ensuring accurate ‘As Built’ Drawings and Commissioning Records are kept by the Subcontractor    Requirements Relevant technical education, for example Electrical Engineering Degree/HNC or equivalentIOSH/NEBOSH CertificationAll certificates required to work Offshore and within/on Wind Turbines are required - GWO Working at Height/Advanced Rescue, Enhanced First Aid, Sea Survival, Fire Awareness, Manual Handling and Slinger. (GWO Certification will not be required before the commencement of Offshore works) HUET with CA-EBS – TBCProven Electrical Commissioning Engineer in a HV substation/Wind Farm Environment up to 400kVKnowledge of HVDC Transmission or Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTs)Experience of UK Grid interface management.Proven track record in a Client roleUnderstanding of HV Safety Rules.Self-starting with planning/coordination and problem solving abilities.Fluent written and verbal English with good communication skills

Offshore Wind

Low Voltage Authorised Person - LVAP (Commissioning Supervisor)

Taiwan

Our client is seeking a Low Voltage Authorised Person to join their team in Taiwan,   Key Responsibilities Implementation of the client Electrical Safety Rules on site, including the safe system of workAdvise operationally on Low voltage electrical installations on onshore and offshore substationsOversee safe commissioning of grid connections, onshore substations and associated LV plant and equipmentOversee all LV electrical operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the LV networkContribute to proactive management, good coordination and communication between all parties and that the process works effectivelyCoordinate LV commissioning activities through the project construction stagesTake electrical operational responsibility for an entire substation.Possibility to work in adverse work conditions/emergency work scenarios.On-call may arise during certain work tasks.GWO training to be completed.Ability to pass medical fitness test.Ability to pass client electrical LV Authorisation TasksEnsure compliancy with and managing of client Electrical Safety RulesSafety coordination in electrical mattersAct as Low Voltage authorized personOutage management and network control in collaboration with the Control Engineers in Control roomUpdate LV schematic diagramsInspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical mattersCoordinate with the Lead Commissioning Project Manager to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Project ManagementManage and coordinate LV commissioning activitiesPrepare and check Low voltage complex switching schedulesCheck method statements for electrical mattersImplement and provide training programs for relevant staff according to the rulesProvide technical and engineering advice to working parties for electrical mattersAssist different departments in client when requiredAttendance at FAT and SAT tests if requiredAct as Training Mentor for Various projects within client  DeliverablesInput to the project commissioning management manual and related documents (including pre-commissioning and commissioning quality plans)Participation in different auditsReports from FAT & SAT on the different low voltage equipment’sParticipation in the planning of resource and work activitiesDeliver inputs to the design phase of the project on technical aspectImplementing LOTO and electrical operations on LV equipmentSetting up demarcation of worksites for contractors based on Work RequestsLead toolbox talks as part of handover to start working parties.Pre and Post energization checks of all LV equipment.Participating in work rotations both offshore and onshore if assigned to that rotation.Project specific administrative tasks to assist Lead SAPAbility to work on Microsoft platforms (excel, word, outlook, etc.…)Ability to lift 50lbs. Decision authority / ResponsibilitySay in relation to LV switching isolations and LOTO implementationsIssue of client Electrical Safety Rules safety rules documentsManagement of electrical safety to work onsite Requirements Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope.Minimum 2 years LV-equipment experience gained during commissioning & work activitiesMinimum 6 months of working experience within offshore substations systemsMinimum 1 year of working experience within Wind turbinesPreferably knowledge of High Voltage SystemsComplete and up to date GWO courses and HUET with CA-EBS if required by site (climbing gear person weight limit – 120kg/264lb)

Onshore Wind

Installation/Commissioning Technicians

South Korea

Our client is looking for Installation and Commissioning Technicians to join their team. Key Responsibilities: Installation and Commissioning: Assist in the installation and commissioning of wind turbine components including nacelles, towers, blades, and hubs. Ensure proper alignment and secure fastening of turbine components. Follow detailed technical drawings and specifications to ensure accurate installation and commissioning. Perform system checks and calibrations during the commissioning process. Conduct functional testing and verification of mechanical and electrical systems. Mechanical Responsibilities: Assemble and install mechanical components of wind turbines. Perform mechanical inspections and adjustments as needed. Troubleshoot and resolve mechanical issues during the installation and commissioning process. Conduct maintenance and repairs on mechanical systems of wind turbines. Electrical Responsibilities: Install and commission electrical systems and components of wind turbines, including wiring, control panels, and transformers. Perform electrical inspections, testing, and troubleshooting. Ensure all electrical installations and commissioning activities meet industry standards and safety regulations. Conduct maintenance and repairs on electrical systems of wind turbines. Quality Control: Conduct thorough inspections to ensure the quality and integrity of installations and commissioning activities. Identify and report any defects or issues to the Site Manager/Commissioning Supervisor. Adhere to company and industry standards for safety and quality. Safety and Compliance: Follow all safety protocols and guidelines to ensure a safe working environment. Participate in safety meetings and training sessions. Maintain compliance with all relevant regulations and standards. Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate records of installation, commissioning activities, inspections, and maintenance work. Prepare and submit reports to the Site Manager/Commissioning Supervisor. Update and maintain installation and commissioning manuals and documentation. Qualifications Technical diploma or degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or a related field. Proven experience in the installation and commissioning of wind turbines or similar large-scale mechanical/electrical systems. Strong knowledge of mechanical and electrical systems, components, and troubleshooting techniques. Ability to read and interpret technical drawings, schematics, and specifications. Excellent problem-solving skills and attention to detail. Strong commitment to safety and quality standards. Ability to work at heights and in various weather conditions. Valid driver’s license and the ability to travel to various onshore wind farm sites. Preferred Qualifications: Certification in wind turbine technology or a related field. Previous experience working with onshore wind turbine installations and commissioning. Knowledge of industry standards and regulations related to wind turbine installations and commissioning.

Offshore Wind

T&I Manager - Cables

Remote Work, Poland

Our client is looking for a T&I Manager to maintain Employer presence on the site, attend site meetings, report on progress, ensure Employer interfaces are managed, confirm completion of milestones, provide photographic evidence of site progress to management, provide daily reporting to management, perform site walk downs, manage employer reps on site. Responsibilities Development of T&I specifications and requirements needed for the package procurement processManage interfaces with other packagesCoordination and support of T&I design and engineering processesTechnical assessment of supplier T&I documentation as part of the procurement processCAB T&I compliance with project processes, policies, systems and procedures and safety philosophyActive monitoring and reporting to package manager on progress according to HSSE, schedule, quality and risk managementReview of T&I design and engineering tasks and initiation of corrective actions if necessaryManagement of the T&I certification and MWS processSupport the technical, consents and regulatory teams with CAB T&I related issues or asrequired  Major Tasks Represent the interest of the Employer on the construction siteCoordinate Employer Representatives on the siteMonitor progress and escalate and issuesFacilitate visitors to the site ( such as test engineers)Drive Safety culture on the siteProactively monitor interfaces between the different areas of responsibility and support the PM with the risk management of theses interfacesCoordinate tasks with other package engineers, the engineering package, Procurement team & Regulatory team to ensure project optimization and interface alignmentContinuous cooperation with other Work Streams, Packages, and UnitsPreparing, scheduling, coordinating, and monitoring of the building permit design and building permit application processAttend site meetings, report on progressEnsure Employer interfaces are managedEnsure Contractor enforces Quality Assurance PlanEnsure Contractor enforces Health and Safety PlanPerform site walk downs daily and provide report to managementProvide input into Contractor claimsProvide lessons learnedProvide improvement proposalsFacilitate visitors to site as requiredPerform planned and unplanned quality auditsParticipate in safety drills, Rehersal of concept drills etc   Key DeliverablesTechnical input and review of the CAB T&I conceptResource planning for CAB T&I ActivitiesFinal Employer´s RequirementSKnowledge sharingTechnical assessment of offersDaily progress reportWeekly reportMaintain site risk registerInput into Contractor Claims  Decision AuthorityAuthority according to authorisation matrixReport to the package managerPropose project changes, risk, opportunities to the Package manager  QualificationsMechanical or civil engineer (BSc), or equivalent education with experience with CAB T&I managementFluent in Polish and English, Site Management experience, pro-active approch, good communication skills, Familiar with Polish construction law5+ years experience with handling and negotiating technical and commercial solutions5+ years experience in similar role in offshore wind or relevant industry

Offshore Wind

Project Administrator

New York, United States

Our client is looking for a Project Administrator to provide a wide variety of support services and assistance to an offshore wind project and its senior management team. This role will be responsible for managing information platforms and processes, developing workplans, tracking tasks and executing project priorities with both internal and external audiences. Responsibilities Manage virtual and in-person team coordination and collaboration initiatives;Schedule regular meetings and record decisions (e.g., assigned tasks and next steps);Organize and prioritize tasks for internal and external stakeholders;Create and manage workplans;Prepare and provide documentation to internal teams and key stakeholders;Identify, retrieve, and record necessary information (e.g., user/client requirements and relevant case studies);Manage and archive documents in physical and digital records;Create templates for future team usage;Manage schedules, travel plans and appointments for senior management;Provide administrative and project support to the senior team when needed;Work on ad hoc projects and initiatives as required;Maintain confidentiality around sensitive information.   Requirements Bachelor’s degree with 5 years‘ professional experience;Prior experience supporting multiple teams, including distributed and hybrid teams;Excellent writing and presentation skills;Experience working in a fast-paced and quickly growing environment requiring ability to multi-task, adapt to evolving priorities and to work under pressure;Efficient organization of general office administration needs;Strong and consistent attention to detail;Strong analytical and computer (Microsoft Office suite) skills;Customer satisfaction with regards to their expectation for efficient and timely assistance;Demonstrated ability to work independently and establish clear and measurable objectives while prioritizing and organizing a varied workload;Deploy strong interpersonal skills to interact positively with all employees, vendors, and third parties;Rigorous, proactive, team-oriented, self-starter, and an entrepreneurial spirit.Experience of working collaboratively within large, interdisciplinary teams.Able to negotiate and influence   Context & Environment  The company is committed to balancing flexibility while fostering strong relationships among their team members. The office-based employees work together from dynamic workspaces 3 days per week to build teamwork through collaboration while also having the flexibility to work from home 2 days per week.   What will be provided  The company celebrates diversity and is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity.All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or genderidentity), national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status or any other category protected under applicable federal, state or local law.They are also committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures.All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote,discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs.The company believes that diversity and inclusion among their team mates is critical to our success as a global company, and they seek to recruit, develop,and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

Onshore Wind

Resident Engineer

Scotland

Our client is seeking a Resident Engineer who will provide support to the PM and will have day-to-day responsibility for monitoring the project on site on behalf of the PM.  The RE will submit a weekly written report to the PM (format to be agreed). There will be a requirement to attend the all project update meetings required to complete the scope of work. Key ResponsibilitiesAlerting the PM to any perceived risks as they arise e.g. Early Warning.Assessing and auditing Contractor’s documentation – e.g., CDM Construction Phase Plan, Quality Assurance & Inspection Test Audit Plan , Construction Environmental Management Plan, RAMS, Emergency Procedures, etc to include period review and highlighting any non-conformance to the PM.Reviewing drawings and advising the PM of any issues.Keep weather, road condition and works undertaken records on a daily basis and in sufficient detail to deal with the requirements of the contract in regard to extraordinary adverse weather and other delays. Daily log to be issued to the PM in agreed format. Photographic records are to be taken to assist with record keepingCoordinate with third party contractors who are working on site.The interface with the Principal Contractor will also need to be carefully coordinated. Responsible forLiaison with Contractors and Inspection of Working AreasControl of design queries through RFI’sHealth and Safety Walk-Over’s and inspectionsCommunication with on-site personnel and witnessing of inspection and testing Requirements Must have SMSTS or equivalent safety qualificationConstruction experience – preferably on shore wind farms – on environmentally sensitive sites.Preferably civil engineering background but familiar with electrical and mechanical installations.Familiar with CDM requirements and ideally with NEC forms of contract.Must have experience in dealing with landowners, the Transmission Operator / Distribution Network Operator, Planning Enforcement Officers, consultants, third party contractors, regulators etc. Deliverables Daily progress reports for the entirety of the project in a format agreed with the PM.Minutes of monthly progress meetings and daily / weekly site co-ordination meetings.Complete RFI register for the project.Complete inspection and test record for the project, including inspections carried out by the RE, and in line with the agreed Inspection and Test Plans.Record of design changes and final as built drawings and O&M manuals for the CDM Health and Safety file.Reports for Health, Safety and Environmental inspections.Register of Health Safety and Environmental incidents.

Offshore Wind

Communications & Stakeholder Expert

Gdańsk, Pomorskie, Poland

Planning, developing, coordinating and organizing specific packages of work related to Communications / Stakeholder Management. Managing individually different scopes with guidance of the Workstream leader, however individually pushing the specific packages of work forward. Key Responsibilities (Project) Management for specific (smaller) packages of work related to Communications /Stakeholder Management Actively align within the project on way forward, progress, input and output Deliver on agreed deadlines Manage consultants who support the project Execution of strategy and communications in relation to Livelihood Restoration of the project and other related projects Execution of strategy and communications in community focussed compensation / CSR programs Support workstream leader for further Communications and Stakeholder Management Tasks Fully Manage specific work packages related to Communications / Stakeholder Management (e.g. Scope of work, budget, planning etc.) Align with in the project (same level) and with Sr. Management (up) way forward on specific work packages Develop and deliver in-time agreed deliverables Fully Manage consultants who support the project / specific work packages (e.g. progress meetings, signing off on hours / acceptance protocols, budget control, invoice approval) Coordinate information inputs & outputs with stakeholders. Manage local/regional media relations and the company’s brand and reputation in the region. Support the public consultation processes. Follow up on local community engagement and address local input relevant to the project. Liaise with external communication agencies and consultants. Prepare and manage the distribution of internal and external Livelihood Restoration Information and CSR activities. Ensure compliance with communication guidelines and policies. Other tasks supporting the work of the whole stream Key Deliverables Specific packages of work (e.g. reports / compensation mechanism / communication materials) Project Management deliverables (administration) Progress reporting Implementation reporting Defined communication strategy with statutory and non-statutory stakeholders. Local community events and project information materials. Feedback and improvement reports on communication strategies. Required 3-5 years of experience in communications or equivalent area Polish speaking Optional: 2+ years of experience within the energy industry

Offshore Wind

Client Representative - HDD Installation

Taiwan

Our client is looking for a Client Representative – HDD Installation to join their team.Key Responsibilities Monitor and oversee the Landfall HDD site works ensuring all works are undertaken in compliance with Client’s Technical and Quality Requirements. Assist the OIM in managing the landfall site interface between Landfall HDD Contractor, Cable Installation Contractors, Onshore Substation. Monitor HDD operations and track critical data (i.e., downhole mud pressures) against anticipated values. Monitor position of drilling assembly against design alignment. Monitor drilling fluid and inadvertent returns. Monitor installation loads during conduit pullback operations. Monitor open cut work at HDD entry location upon completion of HDD operations. Ensure compliance with Permit conditions. Work with Environmental Inspectors to ensure technical process can be carried out with minimal environmental impact. Liaison with HDD personnel on daily basis. Document any unforeseen condition(s). Tasks Monitor and oversee the Landfall HDD site works ensuring all works are undertaken in compliance with Client’s Technical and Quality Requirements. Assist the OIM in managing the landfall site interface between Landfall HDD Contractor, Cable Installation Contractors, Onshore Substation. Monitor HDD operations and track critical data (i.e., downhole mud pressures) against anticipated values. Monitor position of drilling assembly against design alignment. Monitor drilling fluid and inadvertent returns. Monitor installation loads during conduit pullback operations. Monitor open cut work at HDD entry location upon completion of HDD operations. Ensure compliance with Permit conditions. Work with Environmental Inspectors to ensure technical process can be carried out with minimal environmental impact. Liaison with HDD personnel on daily basis. Document any unforeseen condition(s). Deliverable Reviews Contractor Daily / Weekly Reports to ensure accuracy. Assists OIM team with maintaining Site Diary and a photographic record. Checks Contractor resource and sign in register records are maintained correctly (if necessary). Conducts HDD technical and HSE inspections Input to minutes of meetings with Contractors (if necessary) Input Technical Lessons Learned to the OCI Team. DPR The Client Rep. will conduct visual inspection of the Onshore Works in progress and monitor that it is carried out as per approved RAMS. The Client Rep. has no contractual authority, except for the authority to intervene or stop the operation in case of safety, quality infringements or the procedures not being followed by the Contractor. Requirements 2-5 years experience of HDD installations and preferably Landfall works.. Good understanding of HDD process and Client’s Technical Requirements and commercial implications of the works. Experience of working in Taiwan, understanding of Permit conditions and compliance. Recommended IOSH Managing Safely or similar HSE training IT proficient (Microsoft Word, Excel and Internet); DPR and Synergi

Offshore Wind

SAP - 66kV

United Kingdom

Our client is seeking a Senior Authorised Person (SAP) up to 66kV to join their team on an offshore wind project.  Key ResponsibilitiesFulfil the following roles in accordance with Operational Safety Rules on the WFO systems up to 66kV: 66kV Senior Authorised PersonParticipate in all provided training and authorisation processes to achieve and maintain required authorisations, as stated above, for the Offshore Wind Farm.Provide coordination and Safety Rules technical support for the projectTake responsibility in ensuring Safety From The System is achieved and all required documentation is prepared and issued prior to all work commencing.Assess each job on a task-by-task basis. Identifying all necessary precautions as required.Carry out onsite supervision of Persons and third party contractors whilst ensuring the use of correct PPE, equipment and working practices throughout.Prepare/review Method Statements and Risk Assessments for work on site.Support where required, the Location/Responsible Manager in the development and production all required Local Management Instructions.Support where required, the Responsible Manager coordinating the necessary documentation and control procedures associated with Operational Safety Rules. Ensuring known status at all times. Requirements Senior Authorised Person (SAP) status within a Distribution Network Operator, National Grid or Offshore Wind Farm (up to 66kV)Relevant technical education, for example, time served apprenticeship or similar with a HNC qualification (or equivalent) in an electrical engineering discipline.IOSH/NEBOSH Certification or equivalent Safety Passport/Competency Card.Full GWO Certification (inc. Advanced Rescue and Enhanced First Aid)HUET with CA-EBSGWO Slinger/Banksman (or equivalent)Senior Authorised Person (SAP) status within a Distribution Network Operator, National Grid or Offshore Wind Farm (up to 66kV .Relevant technical education, for example, time served apprenticeship or similar with a HNC qualification (or equivalent) in an electrical engineering discipline.IOSH/NEBOSH Certification or equivalent Safety Passport/Competency Card.Full GWO Certification (inc. Advanced Rescue and Enhanced First Aid)HUET with CA-EBSGWO Slinger/Banksman (or equivalent)   DeliverablesArrange necessary Safety Documents for work on the 66kV, HV Plant and ApparatusSupport the Location/Responsible Manager with the preparation of all site specific training, assessments and audits required for personnel to be authorised for works on the Offshore Wind Farm.Witness Cable Phasing activities onboard the Foundation package AWC vessel. Apply segregation for Cable Connection works later in programme.Arrange necessary Safety Documentation, Commissioning Switching Programmes and other relevant documentation concerned with the energisation and commissioning of the 66kV WFO network.Support the Commissioning Manager with the specification and procurement of the approved tools and equipment that will be required to implement the Operational Safety Rules at the Offshore Wind Farm.

Offshore Wind

SAP - 400kV

United Kingdom

Our client is seeking a Senior Authorised Person (SAP) up to 400kV to join their team on an offshore wind project.  Key ResponsibilitiesFulfil the following roles in accordance with Operational Safety Rules on systems up to 400kVSenior Authorised Person (L3)Safety CoordinatorSystem ControllerParticipate in all provided training and authorisation processes to achieve and maintain required authorisations for an Offshore Wind Farm.Provide coordination and Safety Rules technical support for the projectTake responsibility in ensuring Safety From The System is achieved and all required documentation is prepared and issued prior to all work commencing.Assess each job on a task by task basis.Identifying all necessary precautions. Supervise Contractors and ensure use of correct PPE, equipment and working practices.Prepare/review Method Statements and Risk Assessments for work on site.Support where required, the Location/Responsible Manager in the development and production all required Local Management Instructions.Support where required, the Location/Responsible Manager and coordinate the necessary documentation control procedures associated with Operational Safety Rules. Ensuring known status at all times.Support where required, an on call rota (including evenings and weekends) to support operational requirements throughout commissioning programme. DeliverablesArrange necessary Safety Documents for work on the 400kV, HVDC/OFTO plant & apparatus.Support the Location/Responsible Manager with the preparation of all site specific training, assessments and audits required for personnel to be authorised for works on the Offshore Wind Farm.Support the Commissioning Manager with the specification and procurement of the approved tools and equipment that will be required to implement the Operational Safety Rules at the Offshore Wind Farm. Requirements Significant and demonstrable experience working in a similar capacity.Proven track record in a Client roleFluent written and verbal English with good communication skills.Self-starting with planning/coordination and problem solving abilities.Good standard of IT literacy (i.e. MS Office). Ability to produce project specific documentation as required to support the project and implementation of Company procedures.Provide all standard Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) as required to perform your roleSignificant and demonstrable experience working in a similar capacity.Proven track record in a Client roleFluent written and verbal English with good communication skills.Self-starting with planning/coordination and problem solving abilities.Good standard of IT literacy (i.e. MS Office). Ability to produce project specific documentation as required to support the project and implementation of Company procedures.Provide all standard Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) as required to perform your role

Offshore Wind

Onshore Consents Manager

Greater London, South East, England

This position is an important role within this integrated project team. The position is in London with flexibility to work from home or elsewhere with regular visits to London Office (Farringdon). Occasional business travel in UK and possibly further afield may be required for this post. Role Description The candidate must be equipped with a broad range of planning/consenting skills and experience relevant to offshore wind farm development; project management, consent and contract management skills The candidate must be qualified to degree level and familiarity with the UK offshore wind programme are essential. Primary responsibilities include supporting the lead Onshore Consents Manager to deliver all consenting matters during per-application, local stakeholder engagement with all interested parties and supporting the DCO Examination process. Main ResponsibilitiesSupport the Onshore Consents Lead on onshore consents and stakeholder engagement strategies.Coordination of input to DCO Examination relating to Onshore EIA & Project HRA.Interface with the engineering team.Support contract management with environmental consultancy service providers.Deliver commitments within the Statement of Community Consultation (SoCC).Attendance of Community Liaison Groups.Onshore stakeholder comms & meetings.Support onshore stakeholder engagement, communications and community engagement initiatives, including delivering community benefit packages.Monitor Planning Portal Service & Local Plans.Ensure adherence with Planning Act processes and guidance.To advise on other strategic onshore EIA matters as required. Minimum RequirementsIdeally have established, positive relationships with key statutory consultees.Appreciation of technical, commercial/contractual and policy aspects of connecting large infrastructure projects to the grid.Stakeholder / Relationship management skills in a similar environment with stakeholders. Specific Role CompetenciesPlanning, environmental or geographical degree or equivalent experienceDemonstrable experience in the renewables or other relevant infrastructure sectors.Deep knowledge and experience of onshore planning/consenting/DCO activities relevant to offshore wind farms.Ability to challenge the status quo, identify solutions, influence stakeholders to enable a successful implementation.Project Management skillsets.Strong initiative and the ability to proactively identify required tasks.An organised approach to working, task prioritisation and time management.

Offshore Wind

Geotechnical Manager

City of Edinburgh, Scotland

 Our client is seeking a Geotechnical Manager who will examine the geotechnical risks and will establish the parameters for the design of offshore wind structures. They will also perform complex conceptual examinations of the foundation installation and identify & quantify risks. The role will also provide key commercial support in relation to allocation, management & deliverables of contracts.  Key ResponsibilitiesInitiate, define and execute soil investigation campaigns.Run requests for proposals, assess offers and select preferred subcontractors for soil conditions measurement devices in compliance with the budget and in connection with the commercial team.In coordination with the Balance of Plant Manager, ensure that the soil investigation campaigns are compliant with the needs in terms of substructures design and certification.Analyse geophysical and geotechnical studies undertaken for the project.Support the wind turbine and floater selection activities, including the engagement with the substructure’s contractors, such as mooring and anchoring systems suppliers.Participate in engineering and design due diligences and monitor the work carried out by the project’s advisor on soil assessment during any relevant process, such as the participation in energy auctions or the Financial Close of the projects.In connection with the Wind and Metocean Assessment Manager, prepare Site Conditions Reports for the Basis of Design of the projects.Supervise and coordinate works with technical contractors who are supporting our soil investigation activities in different markets.Write reports, applications, memos, etc. with different degrees on technical content required in our project development activities. Requirements Strong geotechnical engineering background related to fixed subsea substructures and anchor substructures.Experience in offshore wind across early-stage project development.Experience of working in different consortia and multicultural environment will be viewed favourably.Ability to communicate complex information to others in an accessible manner.Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office software including Excel, Power Point and Word;familiarity with design programs and database systems are advantages.Exceptional written communication and presentation skills.Willingness to travel on a regular basis, especially within the UK.

Offshore Wind

Offshore Construction Manager

Poland

Our client is seeking an offshore construction manager to be part of the offshore construction management team overseeing the execution of packages and ensuring compliance with local requirements.  Key ResponsibilitiesEnsuring safe construction execution and handover to commissioning within cost, plan, and quality.Overseeing execution of offshore packages within building permits and construction law requirements.Liaising with various disciplines at offshore sites, ensuring SSU, construction law, plans, and quality standards are met.Liaising with investor’s inspectors of various disciplines.Maintaining offshore construction logbook.Controlling and ensuring correctness of technical documentation.Overseeing preparation of Permit for Use packages.Supporting and following up with contractors.Supporting completion system and tools are implemented at sites.Supporting good interface with engineering (product lines), commissioning, and procurement.Supporting and following up safe working routines during construction — ensuring all work performed in construction is made in full compliance with local law and safety requirements.Supporting construction preparations.Supporting follow up on progress, reporting, and taking necessary actions to meet plan/schedule.Supporting management of internal and external stakeholders to support construction objectives.  Requirements Minimum 10-year experience as an independent construction manager with track record in offshore, oil&gas or hydrotechnical projects.Unlimited construction license in hydrotechnical engineering specialty in Poland.Exhaustive and practical knowledge of Polish construction law and investment process.Wide understanding and experience from work across engineering disciplines from both design and construction stage.Excellent understanding of technical documentation in English and Polish.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.High HSE focus.Fluent English and Polish in speaking and writing.Experience with offshore wind projects is an advantage.Adequate Bachelor or Master's degree in Engineering.

Offshore Wind

Offshore Civil Engineer

Poland

Our client is seeking an offshore engineer to be a part of a technical team giving close support to the technical manager. Key Responsibilities Work on a range of projects across the portfolio, with main scope onshore and particular focus on offshore projects. Serve as a leading interface for offshore scope between global project team and local stakeholders. Act as local leader (source of knowledge) in the field of the offshore construction processes considering authority rules, regulations and legal aspects in Poland. Support development of offshore scope and follow up related issues in studies as well as maturation of deliveries within relevant disciplines as required per project phase, with focus on design development and construction and commissioning activities. Develop and maintain local (Polish) requirements for offshore package in line with business standards and aligned with global project team. Follow-up work within offshore disciplines in the project. Main focus on offshore cable corridors and substations, foundations, WTG, marine transport and installation (T&I) as well as support permitting in the field of environmental reports, etc. Develop documentation for and support procurement processes for offshore packages. After contract award follow-up Contractor to ensure deliveries in line with scope of work, budget and schedule. Provide Contractor with input, clarifications and maintain contact as necessary. Requirements At least 5 years of professional experience in offshore projects (wind, oil & gas or hydrotechnical structures). Experience gained both in design and on construction site. Engineering experience with a good understanding of project development and stakeholders’ coordination. Excellent understanding of technical documentation in English. Practical knowledge of Polish Construction Law. Fluent English and Polish in speaking and writing. Team oriented with well-developed interpersonal and co-operation skills. Commercial awareness and good understanding of total value chain. Target driven and with a continuous improvement drive. Unlimited construction license - chartered engineer is an advantage. Bachelor or Master's degree in Engineering (eg. Construction Civil, Marine, Hydrotechnical, Mechanical).

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

Marine Operations - Project Engineer

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Our client is looking for a Marine Operations Project Engineer, who will be responsible for overseeing and coordinating in-water scopes, including vessel-based work and underwater diving. The successful candidate will work closely with internal stakeholders, vessel vetting departments, diving specialists, health, safety, and environment (HSE) teams, and external suppliers contracted to perform the work. Key Responsibilities:Serve as Activity Lead and oversee work preparations for in-water work, in addition to following up task executionCoordinate with internal teams to meet project objectives and deliverables, including:Port Upgrade construction teams, offshore construction team, environmental compliance team and permitting.Coordinate vessel and crew inspections, including HSE and hygiene reviews and inspections of specialized equipment (cranes, ROVs, pipe laying systems)Develop dashboards to provide schedule overviews of in-water work scopesCoordinate with the vetting department to ensure compliance with internal and regulatory standards such as OVIDVerify contractor’s work preparations, ensuring completeness of project execution plans, written procedures, safety plans, emergency response procedures, and thorough risk assessmentsCoordinate with internal diving specialists for under-water scopesProvide general project support for in-water scopes such as contractors performing water sampling for environmental  Minimum Qualifications5-7 years of marine operations and project engineer experienceBachelor's degree in engineering; maritime engineering, naval architecture, marine transportation, or related maritime field preferred.Knowledgeable in hazard recognition and safe working policies and proceduresStrong communication, collaboration, and coordination skillsExperienced working with suppliersHands-on operations execution experience a plus

Offshore Wind

Onshore Civil Engineer

Poland

Our client is seeking an onshore civil engineer to be a part of a technical team giving close support to the technical manager and/or facility manager. Key Responsibilities Work on a range of projects across the portfolio, with main scope onshore and particular focus on offshore projects. Serve as a leading interface for onshore civil scope between global project team and local stakeholders. Act as local leader (source of knowledge) in the field of the construction processes considering authority rules, regulations and legal aspects in Poland. Support development of onshore civil scope and follow up related issues in studies as well as maturation of deliveries within structural and architect disciplines as required per project phase, with focus on design development and construction and commissioning activities. Develop and maintain local (Polish) requirements for onshore civil package in line with business standards and aligned with global project team. Follow-up work within civil, onshore structural and architect disciplines in the project. Main focus on cable corridors and substations (in the construction field), e.g. corridor selection, geotechnical studies, concepts, support for ITT processes as well as permitting department in the field of environmental reports, etc. Develop documentation for and support procurement processes for civil onshore packages. After contract award follow-up Contractor to ensure deliveries in line with scope of work, budget and schedule. Provide Contractor with input, clarifications and maintain contact as necessary. Requirements At least 5 years of professional experience in civil engineering with spent in large-scale construction projects, preferably in energy sector (generation or transmission). Experience gained both in design and on construction site. Engineering experience with a good understanding of project development and stakeholders’ coordination. Excellent understanding of technical documentation in English. Practical knowledge of Construction Law and large-scale investment processes in Poland. Fluent English and Polish in speaking and writing. Team oriented with well-developed interpersonal and co-operation skills. Commercial awareness and good understanding of total value chain. Target driven and with a continuous improvement drive. Unlimited construction license - chartered engineer is an advantage. Experience with offshore projects is an advantage. Bachelor or Master's degree in Civil Engineering.

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

Commercial Agreements Manager

London, Greater London, South East, England

Our client is seeking a Commercial Agreements Manager to join their team in the UK.Role Reporting to the Commercial Director and with dotted lines to the Project Legal Counsel this is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated commercial manager / contract manager / lawyer to join the rapidly growing team and support the transition to a low carbon, sustainable global economy. The position is to be based in London with flexibility on work from home or elsewhere with regular visits to London Office (Farringdon). Frequent business travel in UK and possibly further afield may be required for this post. The successful candidate would work as part of a growing dedicated multi-disciplinary team to negotiate, execute, manage, and report on various commercial agreements. There will be a focus on stakeholder agreements with private persons, statutory undertakers, and government quangos. These agreements will be fundamental to facilitate the development of the project and progression towards the Financial Investment Decision. Responsibilities Prepare, negotiate, and seek approval for entering and close a wide variety of commercial agreements with public and private stakeholders, including leases, licenses, crossing, proximity and cooperation agreements Act as interface between the project, external service providers (agents, law firms) and third parties Support the land transaction and consenting teams as necessary Experience Required Robust understanding of a wide variety of commercial and legal arrangements Ability to build effective relationships Proven ability to communicate at all levels written and verbally Strong results focus supported by relevant commercial skills and knowledge Role Specific Competencies Proactive, independent delivery Motivated by negotiating and closing deals Attention to detail Commercial acumen

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

66kV - SAP

Taiwan

Our client is looking for a Senior Authorised Person – 66kV to join their team. Responsibilities Implementation of the Client Electrical Safety Rules on site, including the safe system of work Advise operationally on high voltage electrical installations to WTG, offshore substations and both HV submarine and onshore cables Oversee safe commissioning of grid connections, onshore substations and associated MV/HV/LV plant and equipment Oversee all MV/HV/LV electrical operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV network Contribute to proactive management, good coordination and communication between all parties and that the process works effectively Coordinate MV/HV/LV commissioning activities through the project construction stages Tasks Ensure compliancy with and managing of Client Electrical Safety Rules Safety coordination in electrical matters Act as senior authorized person Outage management and network control in collaboration with the Control Engineers Update MV/HV/LV schematic diagrams Inspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical matters Coordinate with the Lead Commissioning Project Manager to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Project Management Manage and coordinate HV/MV/LV commissioning activities Coordinate with National Grid and attend commissioning panel meetings Prepare and check high voltage switching schedules Check method statements for electrical matters Implement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rules Provide technical and engineering advice to working parties for electrical matters Assist different departments in Client when required Attendance at FAT and SAT tests if required Act as Training Mentor for Various projects within Client Deliverables Input to the project commissioning management manual and related documents (including pre-commissioning and commissioning quality plans) Participation in different audits Reports from FAT & SAT on the different high voltage equipments Onsite check of switching programs Participation in the planning of resource and work activities Participation in authorizations and assessments of new candidates Deliver inputs to the design phase of the project on technical aspect Decision authority / Responsibility Say in relation to MV/HV switching and isolations Issue of Client Electrical Safety Rules safety rules documents Management of electrical safety to work onsite Requirements 66kV Senior Authorized Person Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope. Minimum 3 months of working experience within offshore substations systems Minimum 1 year of working experience within Wind turbines Preferable 8VM1 Switching course experience and in-date course Complete and up to date GWO courses and HUET with CA-EBS if required by site (climbing gear person weight limit – 120kg/264lb

Offshore Wind

220kV - SAP

Taiwan

Our client is looking for a 220kV, SAP to join their team. ResponsibilitiesImplementation of Client Electrical Safety Rules on site, including the safe system of workAdvise operationally on high voltage electrical installations to WTG, offshore substations and both HV submarine and onshore cablesOversee safe commissioning of grid connections, onshore substations and associated MV/HV/LV plant and equipmentOversee all MV/HV/LV electrical operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV networkContribute to proactive management, good coordination and communication between all parties and that the process works effectivelyCoordinate MV/HV/LV commissioning activities through the project construction stages TasksEnsure compliancy with and managing of client Electrical Safety RulesSafety coordination in electrical mattersAct as senior authorized personOutage management and network control in collaboration with the Control EngineersUpdate MV/HV/LV schematic diagramsInspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical mattersCoordinate with the Lead Commissioning Project Manager to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Project ManagementManage and coordinate HV/MV/LV commissioning activitiesCoordinate with National Grid and attend commissioning panel meetingsPrepare and check high voltage switching schedulesCheck method statements for electrical mattersImplement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rulesProvide technical and engineering advice to working parties for electrical mattersAssist different departments in Client when requiredAttendance at FAT and SAT tests if requiredAct as Training Mentor for Various projects within Client DeliverablesInput to the project commissioning management manual and related documents (including pre-commissioning and commissioning quality plans)Participation in different auditsReports from FAT & SAT on the different high voltage equipmentsOnsite check of switching programsParticipation in the planning of resource and work activitiesParticipation in authorizations and assessments of new candidatesDeliver inputs to the design phase of the project on technical aspect Decision authority / ResponsibilitySay in relation to MV/HV switching and isolationsIssue of Client Electrical Safety Rules safety rules documentsManagement of electrical safety to work onsite   Requirements Senior Authorized PersonAppropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope.Several years of operation and commissioning experience within the field of high voltage electricity, offshore experience preferableComplete and up to date GWO (climbing gear person weight limit – 120kg/264lb)Minimum 1 year of working experience within onshore substations systemsMinimum 6 months of working experience within offshore substations systemsMinimum 1 year of working experience within wind turbines

Offshore Wind

O&M Engineer

Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland

Our client is seeking an Operations and Maintenance engineer to join as a member of their project team, supporting the execution of the O&M strategy. Key Responsibilities Support in the development and execution of the O&M strategy as a member of the project team, functionally reporting to the O&M Package Manager. Assist in continued evaluating of the most optimal O&M strategy and operational set-up for the project. Feed into the OPEX modelling process, ensuring assumptions and yield profiles are robust using input from necessary project stakeholders and suppliers Provide input, review, and comment on the designs of foundations, substation/s, service vessels, site facility and harbour infrastructure to ensure suitability from an O&M perspective. Assist in optimising the projects financial planning activities, such as long-term OPEX modelling, with a focus on reducing LCOE. Ensure timely delivery of operations deliverables for FID and the subsequent construction/execution phase. Develop, procure, and support the set-up of O&M communications and marine coordination for the construction phase through to operational handover. Support development of local content and promote economic growth in the chosen O&M harbour location and surrounding area. Support the Project HSE Manager in the development of the Site Safety Management Plan and strive to deliver HSE best practice in all aspects of operational planning. Preparation of tender documentation for procurement activities and O&M service contracts, whist assisting in the negotiation and final contract agreement. Support preparation for Construction handover and operational readiness. Skills Good People leadership and conflict resolution capabilities Able to work independently and proactively, with an ability to multitask in an organised and structured manner Requirements Good understanding of current H&S legislation applicable to offshore operations and electrical generation Experience in contract management and negotiation skills Experience in budget preparation and management Offshore wind experience and knowledge of communications systems and marine coordination. Project Management experience having demonstrated strong analytical skills and a structured approach to solving complex problems. Demonstrate solid people influencing skills, presentation, and communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively across different cultures and geographical locations. Have an understanding of operational and/or project environments and experience in developing and justifying project concepts, scope and costs. The candidate should have a solid theoretical background within engineering, preferably with a mechanical, electrical, or structural engineering degree. Significant post graduate experience in offshore wind farm O&M

Offshore Wind

Buyer - Category CTV

West Midlands, England, UK

Our client is seeking an experienced category CTV, Buyer to join their expanding team in the UK.Role Be responsible for the interfacing of supporting functions and projects to compile and draft all RFI/RFQ documentation for issuance to the market for Crew Transfer Vessel requirements. Have the ability to evaluate RFQ responses on a Total Cost of Ownership basis to ensure selection of the most appropriate suppliers Lead commercial and legal negotiations with support from the inhouse or external legal team and ensure contracts are implemented in a manner consistent with the contract terms and conditions Provide support to monitor key performance indicators of suppliers. Support our global offshore projects with the drafting of appropriate project procurement strategies Manage purchase orders, variations orders, invoice workflow and documentation in SAP Help lead the vendor qualification process with the suppliers of the vessels category Develop, implement and manage relationships with key suppliers using the most appropriate Supplier Relationship Management tools Place all required CTV contracts in time and budget Required Experience in the maritime world with either a developer or vessel owner with good working knowledge of BIMCO contracting forms Proven ability to effectively understand commercial risks to minimise impacts to the project Ability to work within tight deadlines and adapt quickly to a changing work environment Very good communication skills in English, both orally and written, additional languages are a plus Intercultural understanding and experience in working with different cultures Ability to travel frequently domestically and internationally as required to support delivery of your contracts

Offshore Wind

Supply Chain Manager

Vilnius, Lithuania

Our client is looking for a colleague who would join their team and help them oversee related sourcing, participate in negotiations, and manage commercial aspects, fostering key relationships and optimizing value. They value openness; partnership is their strength, and responsibility makes them a great team. If all of this resonates with you, our client would like to invite you to join. ResponsibilitiesTogether with the Work Package Manager, initiate and handle early engagement with package-specific and accompanying supply chain entities (designers, consultants), elaboration, and handling of respective Request for Information processes.Develop strong supplier relationships and engagement in the industry to secure supply and anticipate upcoming package-related supply chain constraints.Initiate, manage, and elaborate on the entire tender process with a focus on (a) all tender document management and (b) all commercial input and clarifications.Handle complete, package-related supply chain relationship and document exchange management processes, including responsible management of all clarification and deviation registers.Prepare for and participate in all package-related negotiations, leading all commercial negotiations in close coordination with the Work Package Manager. QualificationsHave a degree in Economics, Supply Chain Management, Business Administration and/or Engineering with relevant commercial expertiseHave circa 5 years previous experience in a procurement position; within offshore wind and within the respective package would be an advantageHave an experience in offshore wind development projects or supply chain businessExcellent organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and efficientlyAbility to work within the ‘projects magic triangle’ in quality, time and budget and under deadline pressure, ensuring efficient procurement execution while meeting financial constraints. Additional InformationWill become a part of a team with years of experience in one of the largest energy group of companies in the Baltic regionWill have broad opportunities to develop and grow professionally, you will learn from the experts in your fieldWill not only be able to observe how innovations come to life, but also initiate changes yourself by contributing your knowledge and experience towards creating an Energy Smart worldWill receive benefits package (possibility of remote work, flexible work time, etc).

Offshore Wind

Lead Marshalling Harbour Site Manager (EEM)

Eemshaven, Netherlands

ScopeSupport Marshalling Harbour & Interim Transport Package Manager on all logistic relevant topicsDelegated responsibility from Marshalling Harbour & Interim Transport Package Manager for MH topics.Key, daily operational contact with MH contractor for the mobilisation, operation and demobilisation of MH, including issuing relevant mob- demob- ops- orders, planned based on defined pre-notice times.Management of site team including timesheet sign off, rotas, team wellbeing and responsibility delegation.Prompting good HSE (and Quality) culture and work practices (with support from Client HSE), overseeing HSE on site when Client HSE is not on site.Coordination and controlling of Marshalling Harbour activities, including robust documentation management/administration, including for customs processes.SIMOPs management of vessel, project work and onshore coordination with Contractor, as per decision authority. Escalating situations outside of decision authority.Reports to Marshalling Harbour & Interim Transport Package Manager and Contract Manager with site progress and cost/timesheet allocations.Highlights site risks, issues, concerns and opportunities against project schedule, budget, contract and operational constraints.Building project schedules and assessing the budget as delegatedContribute to the development of technical documents and tenders for additional site worksContribute to technical contract negotiations / variationsContribute agreeing timeframes and procedures with the suppliersPreparing the Marshalling Harbour Operation phase and forming the interface to all work packages (including transportation, installation and supply packages where required), projects, MWS and departmentsContribute to the development and improvement of technical aspects, systems, and assets as well as processes within the packageContribute to the development of the Marshalling Harbour organisational setup and management strategyOperational interface management to authorities and governmental bodiesInterfacing and reporting between site, MH package and interfaces such as transportation, installation, interim works etc.Mon-Fri role (with some on-call out of hours), supported off shift by 24/7 Site Coordinator coverage Experience7+ years’ work experience in site management, including for offshore wind, combined with strong understanding of team and interface managementRelevant transferable education and skills sufficient to perform the Project TasksHigh level of interpersonal skill set to facilitate cross-project, cross-package Involvement and interfacesHigh level of detail focus and interface managementAbility to operate autonomously CertificationFluent English speaker, with Dutch and/or German an advantage

Offshore Wind

Engineer - Site Inspection

Eemshaven, Netherlands

LSP Renewables are supporting our client by recruiting for several positions for their site in the Netherlands including Lead Site Manager and Site Coordinators on all logistic relevant topics.  Key Technical ScopesMH site set up, design, storage plans and supportsOnsite transportation movementsLoad-in inspections and vessel movementsLoad-out inspections and vessel movementsDaily operational contact with MH contractor for the mobilisation, operation and demobilisation of MHPrompting good HSE (and Quality) culture and work practices (with support from Client HSE).Input into SIMOPs management of vessel, project work and onshore coordination with Contractor, as per decision authority. Escalating situations outside of decision authority.Highlights site risks, issues, concerns and opportunities against project schedule, budget, contract and operational constraints to Lead Site Manager / Site Coordinators.Attendance to and participation in handover processes and in/out inspections of component, as delegated and in support of QC.Inputting to project schedules and assessing the budget as delegatedContribute to the development of technical documents and tenders for additional site worksSupporting the preparation for Marshalling Harbour Operation phase and forming the interface to all work packages (including transportation, installation and supply packages where required), projects and departmentsContribute to the development and improvement of technical aspects, systems, and assets as well as processes within the packageInterfacing and reporting between site, MH package and interfaces such as transportation, installation, interim works etc, including action tracking for DPRs.Supporting onsite quality inspectors with coating and remediation works inspections and quality checks. ExperienceBSc or other relevant Bachelor of Engineering degree3+ years’ work experience on offshore wind farms in a technical role with understanding of interface management and Quality inspectionsCoating Inspection experience and supporting qualification such as FROSIO or NACERelevant transferable education and skills sufficient to perform the Project TasksHigh level of interpersonal skill set to facilitate cross-project, cross-package Involvement and interfacesHigh level of detail focus and interface managementAbility to operate autonomously CertificationsFluent English speaker, with Dutch and/or German an advantage

Offshore Wind

Fisheries Liaison - Offshore Wind

New York, United States

Role Lead communication between Client and fishing community representatives to ensure timely distribution of information between groups and promote transparent and frequent information sharing. Develop & Execute plans for external engagement and direct communication with fishermen, fishing communities and related fishing businesses including extensive regional travel with a focus on: gathering fishing-related inputs and information focused on strategies and best management practices for Client that support the coexistence of advancing offshore wind project development and fishing co-existence.; ensuring timely distribution of information between groups and promote transparent and frequent information sharing. develop efforts to include the fishing community in the Clients on-water activities. Develop strategies and creative solutions to mitigate potential adverse project construction and operations impacts given fisheries-related stakeholder input and knowledge of local fisheries. Identify, attend and represent Client at open houses, conferences, trade shows, and other events that will enhance the project’s dialogue with mariner and fishing communities. Report to the NYC project office and travel regularly across New York, New Jersey, and other states to engage with the fishing community and related stakeholders. Maintain all records of engagement, meetings, and other events for reporting to state and federal authorities. Required Demonstrated experience, minimum 10 years preferred but 5+ years considered, in issues related to commercial and recreational fishing and a deep understanding of commercial fishing methods, gear, industry challenges, and regulatory management processes. , or Bachelor’s degree in fisheries management/science, biology, marine science/oceanography, or marine environment/conservation preferred but not necessary if candidate can demonstrate equitable fishing and/or fisheries management experience. Ability to communicate effectively with industry representatives and fishing groups, including writing, presentation, and interpersonal skills that resonate with audiences of different backgrounds; the ability to communicate clearly and effectively in speech and in writing. Ability to review regulations, scientific studies, formal research, and other fisheries materials to inform fishing related outreach, strategies, planning, and answer questions about fisheries interactions. Must have experience in fishing industry in NJ and NY with NJ experience prioritized Knowledge and/or experience with state and federal rules and regulations relating to marine resources and fisheries management. Knowledge and/or experience with the development of offshore wind projects preferred. Demonstrated ability to develop and sustain relationships with key stakeholder groups. Ability to communicate effectively with industry representatives and fishing groups, including writing, presentation, and interpersonal skills that resonate with audiences of different backgrounds; the ability to communicate clearly and effectively in speech and in writing. Strong project management skills with the ability to work independently, multi-task, set priorities, and meet deadlines. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite especially Outlook, MS Word, PowerPoint preferred. Location NYC – 3 days in NYC office/2 days remote Duration Min 12 month contract

Offshore Wind

Office Manager

London, Greater London, South East, England

ResponsibilitiesSupporting our client as a member of the PMO (project management office) team.First point of contact to internal and external customers and office visitors, the office manager must be able to represent the team appropriately, assisting visitors with office requirements etc.Lead and manage all the external interfaces for the office (e.g., building contractors, IT provider, Security provider, Landlord, Cleaning company, Facilities Provider, Utilities companies etc.).Manage the lease and office contracts to ensure compliance with the office budget and contract obligations. Manage all relevant invoice approvals. Ensure that the office budget tracker is kept up to date and accurate.Lead on ensuring the office is compliant with the relevant legislations and regulations (e.g., HSE, fire etc.). Knowledge of site and procedures.Manage new joiners process and support onboarding/ deboardingInclude new joiners to mailing distribution listsDelete leavers from mailing distribution listsConsult with IT for SharePoint accessAdd new joiner in org chart/ delete leaver from org chart/ maintain org chartLocal inductionResponsibility for managing access control and associated procedures to ensure that only those persons who are authorised are afforded access to the building and/or office space.Development of an access control (including visitor) policy and security policy.Issuing and management of key fobs.Issuing of visitors passes.Building and office space induction.Liaise with the building manager on any security or access control related matters.Liaise with the business security manager. Health and SafetyFire warden dutiesFirst aiders duties and organise first aid training as requiredFirst point of contact for office accidents, ill health and near misses, support in incident management adhering to the JV processesReview and update Health and Safety procedures and reportsSupporting the completion of Ad-hoc risk assessmentsLiaise with the business HSE manager. General Office Administration and Management SupportSupport comms team with project messagingMaintain Governance & holiday calendarManage office space for the team including availability of desks for visitors.Ensure all areas are compliant with relevant policies and procedures, and where appropriate, actively contribute to continuous improvement programmes.Other ad hoc administrative duties e.g.: sourcing and booking meeting rooms, ordering stationery and catering. Event / Meeting Coordination (As Required)Set up and manage a range of conference meetings.Organise events/ meetings hosted by Management Team and arranging relevant facilities and logistics. RequirementsSelf-starterAbility to operate calmly under pressure and manage competing priorities.Strong networking and influencing capability; Excellent interpersonal, and organisational skills.Strong communication skills (oral/written)An understanding of continuous improvementEnthusiastic, committed and determined.High level of initiative, motivation and energy.Willingness to roll up sleeves and take ownership.Ability to lead by example.Ability to engage all levels of the origination and establish credibility with peers, group leaders, and senior executives; team player exhibiting high levels of inclusive behaviour; Excellent cross-culture sensitivity/ awareness; Ability to work in a multilingual and multicultural environment. General ExperienceKnowledge and understanding of the health and safety relevant to the office inc. Fire, First Aid DSE, and Accident reporting.Demonstrable ability to work independently and as part of a team.A general awareness of workplace services and operationsGood IT skills and ability to use application-based software.Experience in a hospitality background.First aid and Fire warden trained (desirable) 

Onshore Wind

Assistant Plant Manager

Texas, United States

Our client is looking for an Assistant Plant Manager to join their expanding team. Key Responsibilities Day-to-day local responsibility for assigned operating project Manage the project, acting as Owner’s Single Point of Contact for the project. On-site operation and maintenance oversight of assigned assets. Lead development and execution of assigned operating site(s) operational Annual Operating Plans Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) site team management, coordination, and team building. Local stakeholder management, including community engagement activities. Lead assigned site(s) budgeting process. On site QHSE management and oversight Regulatory Compliance management, reporting and oversight. On site team management and coordination with OEM Service Providers, high voltage balance of plant and transmission technicians, and other 3rd party service and maintenance providers Deliver high asset availability and power production through world class technical performance External stakeholder management (landowners, agencies, community relations) Utilize the QHSE management tool ‘Synergi’ to register all QHSE issues/opportunities inclusive of improvement proposals to support a culture of continuous improvement. Contribute to business process improvements and ensure adherence with core business process landscape. Develop relationships with local vendors and work with Procurement to support site needs Lead coordination activities with Traders when determining maintenance periods to minimize revenue losses Prepare balance of plant annual operational expenditure (OPEX) budget and support Asset Manager with overall OPEX budget creation, management and cost saving measures Report on operating site performance/conditions to internal and external stakeholders Support warranty management process with equipment suppliers Respond and manage faults outside of core working hours and work with relevant support teams to restore facility to operation. Carry out site inductions with new site staff or visitors as required Decisions as they relate to plant oversight. No decision on final approvals. Requirements 2 years’ experience in High Voltage, operations and/or maintenance in power generation, transmission distribution. Physically able to satisfy safety requirements of climb equipment and systems and climb wind turbines of varying heights. A ‘hands-on’ management style. Experience of coordinating activities and resources. Solid organizational, project and time management skills. Strong analytical skills. 1 year in supervisory role Ability to work on-call overnight shifts. Proficiency in Microsoft Office software suite Fluency in English Valid US driver’s license Preferred Requirements Renewable energy experience in utility scale wind/solar Contract management experience

Offshore Wind

Transmission Consent Discharge Lead

United Kingdom

Our client is looking for a high calibre individual to join the consenting teams to support the project in the planning and preparing for the pre-construction phase. The Onshore Consents Lead/Advisor will work as a part of the consenting team, reporting to the Consent Manager/Lead. The candidate will also need to work with the Consents Optimisation Lead who is responsible for optimising the schedule and activities for the Project, including critical path pre-construction consenting and discharge activities. This role is hybrid with travel to London and Scotland.  ResponsibilitiesWorking closely with the Consents team, and Consents Optimisation Lead, responsible for scoping and planning all activities and surveys that may be required to facilitate the discharges of consent conditions in relation to pre-construction and construction programme, including all other necessary consents and licenses that may be required to facilitate the ProjectLeading on contracting and procuring the relevant environment and other consultancy support to facilitate the pre-construction activities for responsible areasManaging the programme of deliverables from the consultants in the responsible areasResponsible liaising with the rest of the Project consents team to ensure that there is alignment across the ProjectResponsible for liaising with other internal stakeholders in relation to the responsible area e.g. engineering, lands and commercial, where applicable. Ensure strong cooperation within the Project between onshore, intertidal and offshore packages in relation to offshore consenting risk and deliverablesDevelop and implement strategies (including risk management strategies) for relevant responsible areasContract and budget management in relation to responsible areasInput to and support Consent manager on resource needs, programme, and risks in relation to the responsible areasProvide updates on key showstoppers on the responsible areas to the Consent Manager, including updates to the Project risk register EducationDegree in relevant environmental or consenting discipline RequirementsExperience of large-scale EIA and/or DCO projects, preferably offshore windExperience of pre-construction and discharge activities and processesPreferably some experience of planning applications, and working with local planning authoritiesExperience of other consents and licenses – e.g. EPS licensing, drainage consents, environmental permitting consentsKnowledge of understanding impact assessment for onshore and intertidal topic areasExperience of developing strategies for high risk consenting topicsExperience with working in a multidisciplinary team and across different culturesExperience with developing and implementing QA process Experience with stakeholder and regulators, relevant to England, is an advantage but not essentialPreferably, with experience working with English legislative frameworksExperience of procurement activities would be preferableExperience in planning for and discharging onshore and intertidal requirements

Offshore Wind

Construction Lead

Poland, Remote

Our client is looking for a construction lead, to join their team. As a construction lead, you will be responsible for follow up on all activities on construction sites, ensuring projects are completed on time, within budget, and to the desired level of quality. Manage contractors, ensuring compliance with contracted terms, coordinating with vendors, and overseeing the entire construction project from start to finish. You will participate in site and constructability reviews and Your goal will be to ensure that projects are completed safely, efficiently, and to the satisfaction of all stakeholders involved. Key Responsibilities Work closely with Contractor to ensure correct HSE focus. Demonstrate passion for HSE values, quality, and results through “walk the talk” and communication across sites. Participate in development and managing project schedules, tracking deadlines, and ensuring timely completion of each phase of the construction process Work with architects, engineers, and other professionals to develop project plans, ensuring that all necessary permits and zoning requirements are met Identify project risks for the fabrication work on all sites, and follow up on de-risking the activities. Participate in project tender evaluation, making recommendations for cost-saving measures and improvements to project efficiency Conduct site visits and inspections, ensuring that all construction processes are compliant with building regulations, codes, and standards Develop and maintain project documentation, including detailed project reports, budgets, schedules, and construction plans Communicate regularly with project stakeholders, vendors, and contractors to address any concerns and keep everyone informed of project progress Requirements Bachelor of Science or equivalent Requirements A minimum of 7 years' experience in construction management or a related role Knowledge of construction safety protocols, building codes, and regulations Strong project management and leadership skills Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Offshore Wind

PR Stakeholder Manager

Poland, Remote

Our client is looking for a PR Stakeholder Manager to join their team. Responsibilities Support communication efforts and coordinate CSR activities. Organize and oversee events and CSR programs. Gather and convey information to stakeholders, ensuring their needs are met. Overview of stakeholder management and engagement activities. Manage internal stakeholders. Follow up on local community engagement and maintain working relationships with community interest groups. Coordinate with other Work Streams on stakeholder-related activities. Develop strategies for proactive stakeholder engagement and issue resolution. Manage a Grievance Mechanism for stakeholder Major Tasks Organize and coordinate CSR activities, events, and conferences. Prepare press materials and multimedia content for communications activities Monitor and aggregate stakeholder needs and feedback. Support packages team with activities with the local community to create local acceptance for the project. Ensure the preparation of project information and public consultation material. Follow up on local community engagement and address local complaints issues relevant to the project. Develop and maintain a stakeholder register. Prepare and distribute stakeholder newsletters. Conduct regular meetings with stakeholders to address concerns and provide updates. Collaborate with communication teams to prepare materials for stakeholder engagement. Implement feedback mechanisms to capture stakeholder input. Monitor the effectiveness of stakeholder engagement activities. Coordinate with external agencies and consultants on stakeholder-related projects. Prepare reports on stakeholder activities and outcomes. Ensure stakeholder engagement aligns with the client’s CSR objectives. Develop and maintain a stakeholder communication feedback loop to ensure continuous improvement. Coordinate with legal and compliance teams to address any stakeholder-related legal issues. Maintain Grievance Mechanism to handle stakeholder complaints and issues. Regularly review and update the Grievance Mechanism to ensure its effectiveness. Other tasks supporting the work of the whole stream. Key Deliverables Successful CSR events and programs. Comprehensive reports on CSR activities and events. A stakeholder register and database with their needs and feedback. Stakeholder management plan. Project press releases & media briefings. Local community events and engagements. Regular stakeholder newsletters. Feedback reports from stakeholders. Documentation of stakeholder meetings and interactions. Reports on the effectiveness of stakeholder engagement strategies. Risk register related to stakeholder engagement. Grievance Mechanism process documentation and records. Reports on grievances received and resolved. Qualifications 3-5 years of experience in stakeholder engagement and management 2+ years of experience within the energy industry Local experience (Project location/ area) is desirable

Offshore Wind

Automation & Telecom Commissioning Lead

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Our client is looking for an Automation & Telecom Commissioning Lead, who will have the overall responsibility for all Automation and Telecom commissioning activities within the project, covering Point of Interconnection (POI), Onshore Substation (ONS), Offshore substation (OSS) and Wind turbine Generators (WTG`s) and integration. Key Requirements Ensure all work performed in commissioning is made in full compliance with Local and Equinor safety regulations. Follow up and supervise all contractors within their commissioning preparatory and execution work. Follow up status and ensure that ProCoSys and Fusion is updated with necessary boundaries, commissioning packages, MCCR`s, CPCL`s and DCP. Ensure that interface between the contracts is identified and solved as early as possible. Participate in MC verification to obtain Ready for Commissioning status to secure a smooth transfer of commissioning packages from Construction to Commissioning Ensure that commissioning contractor delivers the commissioning in due time. Review contractors commissioning plans and procedures. Review contractors' competence to ensure a safe commissioning phases. Develop commissioning procedures and test plans for Company scope. Participate in developing plans, procedure and switching program for first time energization and ramp up of production. Participate in relevant FAT`s. Contribute to budgeting. Contribute to establish commissioning safety milestones. Lead commissioning activities within Company Automation and Telecom scope. Follow up contractor’s Automation and Telecom commissioning is delivered with the quality and timeframe agreed upon. Experience with the following system is an advantage Technical network Fiber Optic work Wind Turbine Generator SCADA ESI SCADA Automation Systems Monitoring Systems Telecom System

Offshore Wind

Interface Manager

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Key Responsibilities Use your technical expertise and experience to take an active role whilst broadening your insight and building valuable experience, in the development of renewable energy projects. Manage the interface and engagement with contracting companies and technical stakeholders. Ensuring good technical quality, cost-effectiveness and safe project execution. Ensure efficient interface management in relation to authorities, regulations, project specifications, standards, budgets and plans. Monitor interface activities in engineering, establishing meeting structures with contractors, implementing tools and systems for interface management and follow-up on progression, especially towards plans and critical interfaces. Facilitate the preparation of interface scopes (Scope split matrices) in the contracts. Play a key role in identifying technical challenges that may arise between the contractors and contribute to solving these in a proactive and efficient manner. Requirements Bachelor's or Master's degree in an engineering discipline. Possess 5-7 years of engineering experience within project development. Renewables or offshore wind project experience is desirable and a distinct advantage. A technical competence with multi-disciplinary understanding and experience from interdisciplinary work. Management experience with a good understanding of project development, team-oriented with well-developed interpersonal and collaborative skills. Commercial understanding and insight into the total value chain. Prior experience as an Interface Manager will be highly desirable and a distinct advantage

Offshore Wind

Project Administrator

Greater London, South East, England

JOB ID: #7147Project Administrator Location: LondonThe Project Administrator will join a rapidly growing team of (currently) 65 and provide administrative support in a number of areas but principally assisting the project’s senior team. You will work closely with the Project Director’s Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Functionally, the role reports to the head of Project Controls. There may also be opportunities to extend the role, for example, working with the document control or procurement team, depending on interests and experience.Main responsibilities• Secretarial & Administrative Support: Provide support to the project management team and Resource and Recruitment Manager, including scheduling meetings, arranging interviews, managing calendars, and handling formal correspondence, along with other ad-hoc tasks• Communication: Facilitate effective communication within the project team and with external partners.• Meeting Coordination: Schedule, prepare for, and document project meetings, ensuring that minutes and action items are distributed.• Vendor Liaison: Manage relationships with external vendors and service providers as needed; • Support Events: Assist in the coordination of project events, workshops, and team-building activities.Minimum requirements:• Administrative Experience: Previous experience in a secretarial or administrative role is preferred.• Technically proficient. Proficiency in standard office software and tools (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint,SharePoint, etc.). Some knowledge of other office systems such as electronic document management would be an advantage but is not essential. • Communication: Excellent written and verbal communication skills for professional interactions with team members and external contacts.Personal Attributes and Competencies:• Organisational Skills: Strong organisational and multitasking abilities to manage various tasks effectively.• Attention to detail: Meticulous attention to detail to maintain accurate records and documentation.• Adaptability: Ability to adapt to the dynamic needs of an early-stage project and handle shifting priorities.

Offshore Wind

Technical Contract Manager

Swindon, England

JOB ID: #7093 Technical Contract Manager Location: Swindon or HamburgOur client is looking for a Technical Contract Manager to be responsible for preparing technical tender documentation, coordinate and lead negotiations for technical matters and clarification with internal and external stakeholders. Key Responsibilities Preparation, evaluation, and negotiation of technical contracts including the annexes for wind offshore projects worldwide. Act as the technical lead during the negotiations for the technical-contractual terms of the agreements. Act as a link between different departments to ensure that their input is considered in the contracts. Technical contract review, amendment and termination management as well as capturing lessons learned and implementation. Interface between engineering, procurement, construction, and project members to clarify technical-contractual questions arising during tender phases. Evaluate offers; Identify and evaluate deviations and ensure that technical concessions made during negotiations are in line with company policies and standards. Project-specific tender document list. Deviation and clarification register. Requirements Degree in the field of engineering. Drafting, managing, and tracking of technical contracts (especially of Offshore wind farms). Relevant comprehensive experience in the design, construction, and operations of Offshore wind farm components. Experience in Civil Engineering (optional.) 3-5 years of experience in Project Management, Contract and/or Requirements Management. Very good knowledge of written and spoken English.

Offshore Wind

Site Technician Supervisor

United States

JOB ID: #7058 Site Technician Supervisor Location: United States Our client is looking for an experienced Lead Site Technician / Site Technician Supervisor whose job will be training the US based (less experienced) Site Tech Supervisors, in how to succeed in their new role. This will mean that this role will most likely be spending some time offshore showing them which tasks may done on the towers. This is why it is a requirement to hold GWO’s. It is expected that the successful candidate will be required to climb towers as well. Key Responsibilities Responsible for the Site Technicians. Rota, timesheets etc. Overall daily planning of tasks and RAMS for the Site Technicians. Train the less experienced Site Technician Supervisors (aka Lead Site Technicians in EU) on how to succeed in their new role. Assist Site Technicians BOP/OSS as required with daily tasks (subject to Site Technicians role description). Managing the maintenance of the OSS- crane, davit lifting systems and manual hoists. Any extra tasks given to the Site Techs by the projects. Snags after installation. Walk-downs and checks (as directed by CM). Assisting SAP's with fitting of locks and chains during commissioning. Servicing, repair, re-fuelling and removal of foundation generators. General maintenance and inspections of mechanical OSS systems (not electrical during construction) including Helideck (Aviation/Temporary Navigation) if applicable. Planning of davit crane operations. Requirements GWO courses: Sea Survival, Working at Heights, First Aid, Fire Awareness, Manual Handling. BOSIET/HUET incl. CA-EBS. OGUK Medical certificate incl. Chester Step. Experience in leading/managing a crew. Relevant education/courses: Slinger & Banksman, Rigging level 1. Five years of relevant experience. Previously worked as a Lead Site Technician. Previously worked as a Site Technician. Experience with training, instructing or similar. Must hold a valid working permit/Visa for the US.

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