Recruitment Consultant, EMEA
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My client is a fully independent energy infrastructure group, operating across the whole of Europe. As a purpose-led company together with all its stakeholders, they contribute to a better society by shaping a bright energy future.Key responsibilities/accountabilities1. Assisting the INT Onshore Asset Manager in planning the inspection and maintenance of all site electrical equipment, instrument equipment and cathodic protection systems.2. Carrying out isolations, planned & unplanned maintenance, inspection, fault diagnosis, repair & testing of all site electrical, instrumentation and cathodic protection equipment.3. Supervising E&I maintenance support contractors and vendors as and when required.4. Testing & commissioning of new equipment and equipment following repairs.Other Showing leadership by contributing to the goal of strong, positive, open HS&E culture within the organisation and the maintenance team by seeking out and openly reporting safety observations.Working with the PTW system, including the development and application of task risk assessments, working instructions and method statements to take account of Health, Safety & Environmental implications for all activities.· Assisting the Maintenance Supervisor in assigning maintenance priorities, scheduling, tracking of E&I maintenance tasks in the maintenance (ERP) system to enable safe and efficient delivery of the Bacton maintenance activities.Attending planning meetings - for weekly, monthly, shutdown & Winter plans.Analysing of test results, readings and records.Administration of the Portable Appliance Testing SystemSupervising E&I contractors & maintenance staff whilst they carry out allocated tasks.Identifying, producing & maintaining E&I isolation and maintenance procedures in conjunction with the INT Onshore Asset Manager.Carrying out electrical and instrument isolationsTraining qualified personnel in site maintenance activities, electrical & instrument isolations and related safety issues and maintaining records of training & instruction.Liaising with vendors and supervising their site visits.Liaising with other disciplines in planning and carrying out duties.Providing maintenance related technical advice to site management and other INT groups.· Providing out of hours' technical advice, fault diagnosis and repair supervision as necessary.· Maintaining competencies for tasks and highlighting to the INT Onshore Asset Manager· Recommended updates and refresher training.· Using ERP and maintenance systems including operation of QM6 & Beamex systems for instrument calibrations. Benefits Competitive salaryHybrid WorkingAbove Standard Company Pension Attribution (12%)Discretionary performance bonusPrivate HealthcareBreakfast in the office/IncentivesLife Assurance25 days of holidays + bank HolidaysDental CareTraining and Developmentand more to discuss. Looking forward to seeing your CV!
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Regulatory AnalystMy client is a fully independent energy infrastructure group, operating across the whole of Europe. As a purpose-led company together with all its stakeholders, they contribute to a better society by shaping a bright energy future. They are looking for a Regulatory Affairs Analyst to join their team and work directly with National Regulatory Authorities, Governmental Authorities, Industry Player and Shareholders. Knowledge and Qualifications A first degree (2:1 or above) preferably in Engineering, Economics, Law or a related subjectFirst experience in the energy industry (gas industry preferred) ideally with some regulatory exposure.Good analytical and numeracy skills – able to review, analyse and report on information of varying complexityAble to communicate effectively with people inside and outside of the organisation at all levels, including excellent drafting skills and verbal presentation skills Tasks Monitor and analyse EU, GB and Belgian regulatory initiatives, in particular Network Codes and other legislative changes. Prepare briefing material and draft consultation responses. Take lead responsibility in selected areas.Maintain up-to date -date knowledge of clients commercial and regulatory model, and its competitive environment.Analyse issues and develop appropriate public material on my clients proposalsBrief key internal IUK staff on regulatory issues, present options for implementation and help achieve compliance.Support the commercial team in the development of new services, review their regulatory compliance and the drafting of their terms and condition.Together with the Regulatory Affairs Manager, maintain the company’s relationship with the various regulatory and governmental authorities; confidently represent my client at stakeholder meetings and industry forums.Provide general support to the Managing Director and Regulatory Affairs Manager and other members of the Commercial and Regulation team. Benefits Competitive salaryHybrid WorkingAbove Standard Company Pension Attribution (11%)Private HealthcareBreakfast in the office/IncentivesLife Assurance25 days of holidays + bank HolidaysDental CareTraining and Developmentand more to discuss. Looking forward to seeing your CVs and discussing the role in more depth.