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- Salary$60 - 75 per hour + Full benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401k)
- LocationGreenwood Village
Seeking a REMOTE Lead P&C Substation Engineer. We are looking for talented and enthusiastic engineers with a startup mentality who are ready to grow with us.Description: Lead in preparation of proposals and scope developmentLeading project teamsConceptual designs and execution plansEngineering/project cost estimates and schedulesPerforming, leading teams, and QA/QC in protection and control design including panel arrangements, one lines/single lines, three lines, AC schematics, DC elementaries, equipment wiring and relay panel wiringCalculations and QA/QC for studies and reports (grounding, lightning protection, AC/DC load studies, etc.)Develop and improve processes, tools and/or technology implementationsProvide leadership, training and mentoring to less experienced engineers and team members Basic Qualifications: Minimum of a BSEE in an ABET accredited schoolProfessional Engineering License (PE) highly desiredStrong experience in Protection & Controls design in substation engineering - SCADA or RelaysResides in the USA and able to work in the USA without sponsorship Preferred Qualifications: Minimum of 8 years of industry experience with a focus on Protection and Controls designExperience in leading projects and teams, and mentoring less experienced engineers
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Position Summary To provide technical equipment engineering advice and support to offshore operations (Ops), onshore discipline & maintenance engineers, and production engineering teams. Develop and optimize maintenance strategy and program in accordance with business objectives and KPI, as well as providing short to long-term strategies and plans to continuously improve reliability and availability to ensure rotating equipment ops maintenance activities are executed in a safe, timely and cost-effective manner. Responsible as the Technical Authority for rotating equipment and turbomachinery ops and maintenance. Principle Accountabilities 1. HSSE a) Responsible for HSSE and Regulatory Compliance within their relevant discipline to provide leadership support to achieve goal zero for the organization. b) Ensures HSSE issues are given primary consideration in all activities undertaken within area of responsibility, based on the ALARP principle. c) Maintain technical assurance for SCE and Process Safety items concerning the discipline. d) Actively support and provide technical know-how in technical studies and failure investigations, Process and Instrument diagram reviews, Safety Integrity Level (SIL) assessments and HAZOP's etc. e) Ensure surveillance audits are conducted on SCE related PMs to ensure the assurance task as per the Performance Standard are met. f) Ensure verification tasks are completed as required by the SCE Performance Standard. 2. Accountability a) Be accountable as the Technical Authority, for all rotating equipment on the facilities and analyze and approve deviations from standards and practices, as required. b) Owns Rotating Equipment Engineering as Subject Matter Expert (SME) and act as the primary source of knowledge, techniques and expertise within the area to provide professional and technical insight for design, engineering, and complex troubleshooting activities. c) Develops and manages the delivery of technical excellence within Rotating Equipment Engineering, and liaises with engineers, leads and senior managers within maintenance and ops to develop and strengthen assurance processes to ensure uninterrupted plant operation. d) Provide recommendations, steer & direction to contractors, maintenance team and offshore personnel regarding mechanical rotating equipment O&M management to optimize equipment and associated machinery usage to the assets. e) Executable rotating equipment tasks and targets based on optimization of costs and available resources. f) Facilitate/lead/participate any incident or defect elimination investigation according to defined methodologies with the relevant teams. g) Accountable for review and update of performance standard sections related to rotating equipment. h) Strategize optimum engineering & maintenance methodologies for effective medium and long-term life and performance. i) Provide assurance for regulatory and industry compliance j) Provision of support that will be multidisciplinary in nature k) Responsible to assess condition of rotating equipment based on baseline developed earlier, and lessons learns from other plants/site through LFI l) Carries out Troubleshooting/Inspection to establish root causes of failure (RCFA) and prepare Corrective Maintenance plans/options m) Proposes and develops in cooperation with Maintenance/Reliability Group reliability and safety improvement projects for the asset n) Recommends design upgrades of rotating equipment and systems as required to improve Asset Integrity o) Establish FMEA and maintenance strategy and conduct continuous improvement program, facilitate Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) exercise, oversee continuous KPI monitoring and reporting methods p) Responsible to review and provide assurance scopes for turbomachinery and critical equipment on Long Term Service Agreements 3. Maintenance tasks a) Provide scope, review effectiveness, and approve turbomachinery and critical equipment contract on CSA/ LTSA in supporting Maintenance team as Contract Holder b) Review and approve and inspect parts repair at vendor workshop c) Review and approve and inspect equipment undergoing factory acceptance tests (FAT) for equipment d) Carry out assurance verifications to have effective PM and CM tasks implemented for all rotating equipment e) Review the Quality of Execution of maintenance activities such that Preventive Maintenance, Inspections and Corrective Maintenance job routines are executed in accordance with the agreed work management plans, based on best practices for the industry f) Develop optimum maintenance tasks for new rotating equipment on the facilities and ensure tasks are incorporated in CMMS g) Identify and plan potential defects elimination for defects relating to leakage, looseness, vibration, excessive heat, missing or broken parts and wrong materials h) Provide with fit-for-purpose maintenance strategies in line with the company's set-up and capabilities 4. Technical Advice and Support a) Provide guidance, support and technical advice to Ops group concerning rotating equipment and to act as Technical Authority, to review and approve deviations from standards and practices b) Technical support for the frontline crew is to be expected during all reasonable times 5. Management of Change a) Make & Review recommendations to organization concerning changes in work scope, job specifications, task descriptions, CMMS scheduling, task instruction relating to rotating equipment to ensure that these offshore equipment function safely and efficiently b) Provide support to other disciplines 6. Material Identification and SCM Assistance a) Assist in resolving material identification, procurement problems, managing warehousing management and improvements 7. Contract management / development a) Liaise with vendors as part of long-term service contracts, ensure contract terms & conditions are fulfilled b) Define technical working scope and evaluation procedure. Appraise bids and provide advice to line organization of best "all round" offers regarding materials, equipment, and procurement c) Manage key contracts Price Agreements and for contractor teams in order to ensure that offshore rotating equipment continues to function safely and efficiently, within budget and available resources 8. Bid Evaluation a) Provide Bid evaluation criteria to project team on selecting new equipment b) Assist in evaluating bids and provide advice to the organization of best "all round" offers regarding on-site and off-site repairs and materials procurement for rotating equipment 9. Budget Preparation/Cost Control a) Assist in the preparation of engineering & maintenance budgets and controlling costs within approved budget limits b) Contribute to cost savings/ avoidance effort with maintenance optimization exercise 10. Planning & RCAs a) Participate in major maintenance planning, including leading risk assessments and providing lead technical inputs for RCAs b) Multidisciplinary knowledge is expected at this job level and as such, its corresponding site support 11. Quality Assurance/Audits & Surveillance a) Participate in qualifying contractors and performing quality assurance surveys b) Strategize and perform audits as necessary. To ensure that the machines meet the required standards set per code or OEM or Industry best practices c) Provide and approve QAQC verifications of repair work for rotating equipment 12. Continuous Improvement: a) Work with maintenance & production teams to optimize the quality of O&M. Optimize and revamp obsolete practices that will remove redundant & overly conservative work b) Improve and update and make executable Maintenance and Operating philosophies and strategies c) Introduce best practices from other industries and operating units to improve current practices to strive for safer, better, and cheaper technologies and best practices 13. Requisitions and Work Orders a) Write work orders for appropriate maintenance tasks when necessary b) Suggest and approve material requisition proposal by maintenance team, aligning with ops and maintenance strategies to maintain optimized but adequate inventory levels c) Write and assist facilities engineering and project team to new project scope relating to rotating equipment d) On larger or critical jobs verify job preparations are done properly, and jobs are closed out effectively with lessons learned recorded Requirements 1. Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering Discipline 2. Minimum 10-15 years of working experience in Rotating Equipment engi
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We are currently looking for a Drilling HSE Specialist to support for a short term project in Malaysia. The candidate must equipmed with Drilling operation background whom can contribute as HSE Specialist. The candidate should also be able to advise on the DO's & Dont's on the rig floor during operation with HSE hat. Project Commencement: 1st March 2024Duration: 6 months Location: Malaysia
- SalaryRate negotiable
- LocationCity of Cape Town
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- Salary$85k - 135k per year + Full benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401k)
- LocationGreen Bay
Position Purpose: To provide oversight, schedule coordination, management guidance, and technical expertise for all project controls and reporting aspects between the client and American Transmission Company (ATC). Essential Responsibilities § Work closely with customer to ensure seamless communication for the planning and construction controls aspects of ATC Alliance electrical utility projects§ Delegate activities and responsibilities while ensuring appropriate levels and assignments of accountability are defined and understood among the dedicated ATC Controls team§ Lead and develop the ATC Controls team with the understanding of Primavera P6 scheduling and critical path method of construction schedule activities and sequence to develop and update internal and external schedule tracking§ Work closely with project management to understand project scope, cost budget, timeline, and assumptions to effectively build the baseline schedule and incorporate updates with minimal additional operational input§ Work with ATC and project management to develop resource loaded construction schedules using critical path method in Primavera P6§ Familiarity with the Defense Contract Management Agency's 14-point schedule quality assessment check§ Monitor cost/schedule performance through monthly progress updates and detailed variance analysis. Analyze impacts of variances and establish corrective actions as needed.§ Oversee all ATC reporting and audit deliverables§ Support the development and implementation of common systems and processes to provide for proper accounting, reporting of project costs, customer billing, scheduling, material procurement, record keeping, documentation and budgeting for ATC Alliance projects§ Stay current on construction management trends and ensure Project Management personnel are informed of significant changes§ Travel to jobsites may be necessary for coordination with project teams and customer Knowledge | Skills | Abilities § Must possess extensive knowledge in Primavera P6 scheduling software§ Proven communication, organizational and interpersonal skills§ Ability to anticipate and meet internal customer needs§ Ability to provide oversight to numerous projects throughout the ATC Alliance portfolio§ Must possess extensive comprehension and expertise of financial and productivity accounting terminology and tracking methods, KPI's and Earned Value.§ Must be familiar with JD Edwards, EcoSys, ProCore§ Capable of delegating activities, responsibilities, and authorities, ensuring appropriate levels and assignments of accountability are defined and understood.§ Extensive project controls skills with a track record of achievement of complex projects.§ Ability to work with Operations and Finance to identify and meet project and financial needs.§ Ability to work independently and meet deadlines§ Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office products; Outlook, Excel, Access, Project Qualifications § BS/BA in Engineering, Construction Management, or equivalent experience§ 5-10 years of cost and scheduling experience in the construction industry§ Supervisory Experience Preferred Work Environment § Must be able to remain in a stationary position over 50% of the time§ The person in this position needs to occasionally move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc§ Continuously operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine, scanner, and computer printer§ The person in this position frequently communicates with employees and coworkers and must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations§ Occasionally lifting 20 pounds
- Salary£80k - 85k per year + Bonus, Healthcare, Pension
Spencer Ogden is proud to exclusively partner with Europe's leading renewable energy developer in wind and solar to support the recruitment of a Senior Project Manager to their growing development team in the UK. Your role would be to identify and acquire new sites and opportunities suitable for the development of renewable energy projects, ensuring regulatory compliance and managing stakeholder relationships, predominantly across sites in England. Key Responsibilities: Lead the development of renewable energy projects from initial and feasibility phase through to development and pre-constructionNegotiate land agreements and leases with stakeholdersConduct due diligence, budget and risk assessments and planning applications on prospective sitesEnsure compliance with regulations and permitsEstablish contacts with planning authorities and other parties and be the company represent for public consultation eventsManage relationships with landowners and stakeholdersOversee ongoing land management and lease administration Qualifications: Degree in environmental or land or relevant qualificationExperience in land acquisition, negotiations, planning applicationExperience in renewable energy (wind, solar, BESS)Knowledge of UK land use regulations, land lease agreements, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) processes, consent processes for renewable energy projectsStrong communication, negotiation and project management skillsAnalytical mindset with the ability to work independently and manage a teamFull UK driving license Benefits: 13-month competitive base salaryAnnual bonusWider benefits such as healthcare, pension, etc
- Salary£50k - 70k per year + Bonus, Medical, Pension
CONSENTS MANAGER (Onshore / Offshore) Line Manager: Senior Development & Consents ManagerResponsible for: Consents/permitsLocation: Stirling / HybridHours of Work: 35Key Contacts: Regulators, Crown Estate Scotland, Ministers, Stakeholders, project partners and industry developers; consultants and contractors Spencer Ogden is partnering with an established Scotwind developer to support the recruitment of an experienced Consents Manager to their development team in Scotland. The candidate will support all aspects of development with a view of working on the entire project lifecycle including consenting, EIA, construction and operational phase consents. Responsibilities:• Oversee compliance, offshore consenting and environmental risk management throughout the development (EIA) phase.• Execute and revise the consenting strategy, ensuring achievement of key milestones and adherence to budget constraints.• Participate actively in Programme, Budget, and Risk Register processes• Maintain the currency of essential project development documentation, including commitments register, budget trackers, risk register, and program schedules.• Offer strategic counsel and direction on consenting strategies and compliance matters to the team and project stakeholders.• Collaborate with Grid Manager and facilitate discussions on grid connection matters.• Manage consultants and legal resources as necessary. Requirements:• Min 3 years in offshore wind industry with consents and development• Experience with the regulatory regime in Scotland• Desirable experience working on floating offshore wind projects• Experience in using GIS software
- Salary£39k - 48k per year + variable bonus
Key Responsibilities (in a nutshell): Develop comprehensive project plans for wind energy projects, outlining key milestones, timelines, and resource requirements.Identify suitable project sites through feasibility studies, considering factors such as wind resource assessment, environmental impact, and regulatory considerations.Navigate and ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations related to wind energy projects.Coordinate the preparation and submission of permit applications, environmental impact assessments, and other required documentationLead efforts to acquire land for wind project development, negotiating lease agreements with landowners and addressing legal and contractual aspects.Conduct financial assessments, including cost-benefit analysis and return on investment calculations, to determine project viability.Develop and manage project budgets, ensuring cost control and adherence to financial targets.Build and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders, including government agencies, local communities etc. Requirements / skills: At least 5 years experience in wind energy project developmentStrong understanding of wind energy technology, grid connection, and financial modelling.Proven track record of successfully developing and delivering onshore wind projects from concept to completion.Excellent communication, negotiation, and presentation skills.Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.Strong cultural sensitivity and ability to build relationships with diverse stakeholders.To be based in Seoul, South Korea, and willing to travel.
- Salary£35k - 45k per year
Job Title: GeophysicistCompany: Leading Technical and Advisory Consultancy within the Energy SectorLocation: Norwich | Type: Full timeWe are a prominent technical and advisory consultancy within the energy sector, specializing in renewable energy solutions such as onshore and offshore wind energy, fixed and floating wind projects, onshore and floating solar, and hydrogen initiatives. Our global service offering focuses on project development services, owner's engineering, technical due diligence, and independent engineering, with a rich history dating back to the late 1990s in offshore renewables.Responsibilities: As a Geophysicist, you will play a crucial role in advancing sustainable energy projects. Your responsibilities will include: Providing expert guidance on renewable energy project development.Conducting technical due diligence and independent engineering assessments.Collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure high-quality and innovative solutions.Offering consultancy services in onshore and offshore wind, solar, and hydrogen projects.Leveraging extensive technical knowledge to contribute to project success.Preparing surfaces, polygons of interest and feature maps, and export results to GIS.Assessing and undertaking time-depth conversions.Undertaking seismic interpretation (e.g. horizons, faults, gas and other geological features) and load, review and refine existing interpretations. The focus of the interpretation is building engineering ground models, but may also include geohazard and shallow hazard studies.Cross correlate geophysical data with geotechnical data, working closely with the geotechnical team.Loading geophysical data into seismic interpretation software and troubleshoot loading issues. Qualifications and Skills: A bachelor's degree in Geophysics, Earth Sciences or a related subject. Master or PhD in Geophysics or related subject is advantageous.Good working knowledge of Kingdom software.Working knowledge of GIS software (ArcGIS and QGIS)Working knowledge of other geophysical acquisition and interpretation software (e.g. Sonarwiz).Proven experience in renewable energy consultancy with a focus on wind, solar, and hydrogen projects.Strong analytical skills and the ability to conduct technical due diligence.Excellent communication skills to effectively collaborate with internal and external stakeholders.Knowledge of industry regulations and standards.At least 2 years experience working in an engineering/renewables consultancy or geophysical survey contractor.At least 1 year of offshore geophysical acquisition experience in site and other engineering-focused surveys. Company Culture: Our culture is built on excellence, innovation, and reliability. With a history dating back to the late 1990s in offshore renewables, our team is passionate about making a positive impact on the renewable energy landscape.Join our team and be part of a consultancy dedicated to shaping the future of renewable energy. Your expertise will contribute to our unrivalled reputation for delivering high-quality and sustainable solutions globally.
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Our client stands at the forefront of the civil construction industry, providing specialized professional services in earthwork, drainage, and utilities for renewable energy developers and EPC firms in the Southwest. Committed to building a sustainable future, they take pride in its collaborative and inclusive work environment, fostering a culture of excellence and innovation. Job Overview Position: Civil EstimatorLocation: Houston, TXType: Full-TimeStart Date: February 2024 Key Responsibilities Project EstimationAs a Civil Estimator, you will: Develop precise cost estimates for civil construction projects related to renewable energy developments.Analyze project specifications, drawings, and documents to prepare comprehensive and competitive bids.Collaborate with project managers and engineers to gather essential information for accurate estimations. Cost AnalysisYour role will involve: Conducting in-depth cost analysis, considering material, labor, equipment, and overhead costs.Evaluating potential risks and uncertainties associated with projects and incorporating contingencies into estimates.Staying informed about market trends, pricing, and industry benchmarks to ensure competitive and accurate estimates. Bid PreparationYou will be responsible for: Preparing and submitting well-organized and professional bid packages according to project requirements and deadlines.Collaborating with the business development team to review bid strategies and ensure alignment with company goals. Vendor and Subcontractor RelationsYour duties will include: Sourcing and negotiating with vendors and subcontractors to obtain competitive pricing and favorable terms.Maintaining strong relationships with key suppliers and subcontractors to enhance the company's competitiveness. Proposal DevelopmentWorking closely with proposal teams, you will: Develop compelling proposals highlighting our strengths and capabilities.Ensure that proposals align with project specifications and requirements. Qualifications To thrive in this role, you should have: A Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, construction management, or a related field.Proven experience as a Civil Estimator in the construction industry, focusing on renewable energy projects.Strong understanding of civil construction processes, including earthwork, drainage, and utilities.Proficiency in estimating software, including HeavyBid, and the Microsoft Office Suite.Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.Effective communication and negotiation abilities.Detail-oriented with a high level of accuracy. BenefitsIn return for your expertise and dedication, we offer: Competitive salaryHealth, dental, and vision insuranceRetirement savings planProfessional development opportunitiesCollaborative and inclusive work environment
- SalaryHourly rate negotiable based on experience
Job Title: Site Manager - Power Plant (Steam Turbines) We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Site Manager to oversee operations for a major power plant facility based in Germany. This role requires an individual with a strong background in steam turbine technology and a proven track record in effectively managing power plant operations.Key Responsibilities: Site Operations Management: Oversee the day-to-day operations of the power plant facility, ensuring the safe, efficient, and reliable operation of steam turbine systems.Develop and implement operational procedures to optimize plant performance and minimize downtime.Coordinate with maintenance teams to schedule and prioritize equipment inspections, repairs, and overhauls.Monitor plant performance metrics and implement corrective actions as necessary to meet production targets and regulatory requirements. Team Leadership and Development: Provide leadership and direction to a diverse team of operators, technicians, and support staff.Foster a culture of safety, accountability, and continuous improvement among the site team.Conduct regular performance evaluations and provide coaching and training to enhance team capabilities. Technical Expertise: Serve as the primary technical expert on steam turbine systems, providing guidance and troubleshooting support to resolve complex operational issues.Stay abreast of industry best practices, emerging technologies, and regulatory requirements related to power plant operations.Collaborate with engineering teams to evaluate system upgrades and modifications aimed at enhancing plant efficiency and reliability. Compliance and Regulatory Affairs: Ensure compliance with all relevant environmental, health, and safety regulations governing power plant operations.Maintain accurate records and documentation to support regulatory reporting requirements.Interface with regulatory agencies and auditors as necessary to address compliance issues and ensure adherence to standards. Communication and Stakeholder Management: Serve as the primary point of contact for internal and external stakeholders, including senior management, customers, and regulatory agencies.Provide regular updates on plant performance, operational challenges, and strategic initiatives.Collaborate with cross-functional teams to support business objectives and drive continuous improvement initiatives. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in engineering or a related field; advanced degree preferred.Minimum of 5-10 years of experience in power plant operations, with a focus on steam turbine systems.Proven leadership experience, with the ability to effectively manage and develop teams.Strong technical expertise in steam turbine technology, including troubleshooting and maintenance best practices.Knowledge of relevant industry standards, regulations, and best practices.Excellent communication skills, with the ability to interact effectively with stakeholders at all levels.
- Salary$180k - 200k per year + Bonus
The OpportunityOur client is a pioneer in developing a large pipeline of new projects in Australia and needs tofind a market outcome for its electricity in the form of long-term offtakes. In addition, we are seeking to build its commercial team to develop, market and sell new electricity products or services (including from its fast-growing batteries’ portfolio). We want to be able to seize opportunities in the electricity market by positioning itself favorably with large electricity consumers and buyers (including retailers).Your role will be to manage the commercial side of the projects and create opportunities for our client. You will be part of the Energy Management Australia team, benefiting from its market knowledge. You will interact transversely with the development team, the finance team, the procurement team and the construction team. You will oversee answering tenders for energy or services organized by consumers, governments or AEMO. You will engage with their potential customers (and their advisers) to understand their requirements, increase their customer (and competition) awareness, and propose and develop new strategies to boost their market channels. LocationCanberra, Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane Main Missions Elaborate compelling commercial offersNegotiate commercial and legal terms of Power Purchase Agreements or similar commercial agreementsCreate and maintain working relationship with potential electricity buyers and hydrogen project partnersElaborate strategies to broaden market reach Key Stakeholder Relationships Energy market players (retailers, brokers, traders)GovernmentsCorporates with significant electricity loadInternal teams: Energy management, Development, Finance, Procurement, ConstructionExternal legal advisors and consultants About You Degree in business or engineering5+ year experience in the energy industry with a strong understanding of electricity marketsDemonstrated sales and business development skillsStrong negotiation capabilitiesAutonomy: you will be responsible for delivering tenders responses and commercial proposalsStrong drive to conclude deals and proactive attitudeFluent in English On the soft skills side, we are looking for someone:o Proactive, curious with a strong appetite for proposing and exploring new ideaso Interpersonal skills and ability to work in a transversal organizationo Rigorous, organized and ready to work on several projects in parallel in a fast running and high skilled environmento Strong communication skills