- Location: London
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Associate Geotechnical Engineer (75k Salary)
Associate Geotechnical engineer needed for someone looking to further their career within a successful engineering consultancy, with opportunities to work on a range of high end buildings and infrastructure projects within the UK and overseas.
Duties including but not limited to:
- Plan and manage project resources
- Develop concept design and design philosophy in conjunction with Project Director.
- Supervise staff under your direction and offer pro-active advice in relation to problem solving issues.
- Relevant engineering experience in ground movement assessments and substructure systems.
- Bachelors degree in engineering or civil
- Chartered Member of the ICE or the Geotechnical Society or equivalent.
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Are you a Geotechnical Engineer who is passionate about the Offshore sector? Our client, one of the world's leading geotechnical offshore companies, is the best place to be a Technical Director. They are looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious engineer to become an invaluable part of the geotechnical team, who wants to grow and develop within the industry and manage their own team.This is an exciting role that will require the technical leadership of geotechnical engineering for offshore wind development. You should have a good command of fast-evolving geotechnical issues around OWF as well as have the capacity to deliver projects with my client. You will be encouraged to think differently to deliver projects using innovative business models and utilising existing, and developing new, digital solutions and design automation.ResponsibilitiesManaging a geotechnical team and providing them with support, what will give you the autonomy to implement your ideas and improve your social skills.Working on global offshore wind projects, what is an exciting opportunity to develop personal and technical skills.Interaction with stakeholders on a technical level.Providing QA of factual and interpretation reports .Assisting with geotechnical design and engineering.Approving laboratory testing schedules.RequirementsMinimum 8 years of relevant experience in Renewable Energy.Recognized first degree in Engineering geology or Civil/Geotechnical Engineering.MSc in Geotechnical Engineering or similar.Membership in a relevant professional institution.
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Job Overview: Responsible for spatial data management, map production and the provision of GIS support services for both onshore and offshore environments.Key Responsibilities and Duties: Project spatial data management within a spatial database including the validation of incoming geophysical / geotechnical survey data and CAD engineering drawings; maintaining spatial data quality standards and metadata; building automated spatial data workflows for loading and processing; and providing spatial data deliverables according to required standards.Professional quality map and chart production to meet the needs of the different project departments, ensuring timely delivery in accordance with project cartographic standards and compatibility with the Document Management System.Key GIS interface with contractors and stakeholders on the project: EIA, land management, offshore survey, geological, etc.Provision of ad-hoc GIS support to the different project departments including spatial analysis and visualisation tasks for assisting project decision making; informal training to colleagues wanting to use GIS; and providing occasional support to other GIS colleagues within the company. Requirements: A degree in GIS or Geography, Master's degree in GIS preferable. 5+ years experience providing professional GIS services.2+ years experience in offshore wind industry or similar.Experience with Desktop GIS software, principally QGIS but also proprietary ESRI GIS software ArcMap / ArcGIS Pro and associated common extensionsExperience with spatial databases and SQL, principally PostGIS but also ESRI ArcSDE / Enterprise GeodatabasesExperience building spatial data workflows with tools such as QGIS Graphical Modeller, PyQGIS, ArcGIS ModelBuilder, ArcPy and/or FME.Experience of map series production with QGIS Atlas and/or ArcGIS Data Driven PagesBasic competency in AutoCAD or equivalent CAD softwareExperience with other relevant systems and software will be considered as a plus, especially web GIS platforms.General knowledge and interest in renewable energy and environmental assessment regulatory frameworks and renewable energy project development, design, and construction. If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
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- LocationLondon Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham
We have an exciting opportunity for a GIS Analyst to join our team. The successful candidate will work along-side experienced and knowledgeable GIS staff and some of the industry's leading Project and Geotechnical Engineers to produce project deliverables for renewable energy projects.Typical tasks will involve data processing, analysis, and management as well as the production of report figures, drawings, charts and electronic applications and datasets. The ideal candidate will have five years of experience working in the GIS field, renewables experience is not required for this position.This role is based in Fulham, a hybrid working structure is also available.The salary is market leading and features a MW bonus, within a pipeline of 10GW.Main Responsibilities:1. Production of high quality figures, drawings, charts, electronic datasets and online applications as required for each project's deliverables.2. Management of Corporate and Project databases and applications3. Manage operation of GIS equipment, software, data and products4. Cooperation with existing GIS staff and Engineers5. Cooperation with project stakeholders6. Cooperation with external suppliers and contractors7. Related duties assigned by direct reports and project leads and stakeholders Key Result Areas1. High quality products and outputs and work practices.2. Willingness to learn and develop new technical knowledge and business acumen.3. Acceptable level of technical experience and ability demonstrated in the skills matrix record.4. Effective management of his/her own work, in terms of quality, timescales, working time and utilisation.5. Good communication skills, initiative and team work.6. Respect for their colleagues and managers, good work attitude and strong work ethic.7. Has relevant offshore experience (when applicable) KPIs1. Quality of work and delivery.2. Positive feedback from PMs, colleagues and seniors.3. Work attitude, communication and knowledge share.4. Contribution to technical developments and R&D initiatives5. Basic knowledge of project management, good knowledge of the fundamentals of the QA system. Minimum job requirements 5 GCSE Grade A*- C including Maths and EnglishDegree in GIS related subjectHigh degree of competency with ARC GIS SoftwareMinimum of 5 years experience in an GIS related field If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
- Salary£50k - 65k per year
Associate Structural EngineerMy client is a multidisciplinary company, who have enjoyed a steady growth with works carried out throughout the UK from four regional offices. The practice boasts a strong and growing team of Chartered Engineers, Engineers and technicians of varying levels, all supported by capable administrative and finance staff.With this specialist knowledge the company excels where projects combine these sectors, ensuring provision of a comprehensive package of works. They are looking for enthusiastic, passionate engineer to join their team!Preferred Requirements: Degree in Engineering (or equivalent)Chartered (preferred)Experience in managing and leading a team.Mentoring younger engineers and techniciansLead person in a variety of projects: residential, commercial, industrial, temporary and etc.Main point of contact with clients, architects, contractors.Excellent design, project and team-running skills gained in UK consultancy. Benefits: - Competitive Salary- 25 days of holidays- Private Healthcare- WFH flexibility- Flexible hours- Company Pension Attribution- Cashback plan- and more to discuss later on.
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Spencer Ogden are pleased to be partnered with an established Offshore Wind Developer spearheading the Energy Transition. Our partners are looking to bring on a Procurement Associate to help drive and shape the company’s growth within the industry.As Procurement Associate, you will support the procurement/contracting cycle on the project by achieving the best cost-effective conditions, lowering risk and ensuring the delivery of all products and services required for the different phases of the projects. Duties in these projects will involve: Contributing to commercial aspects of development, consenting, engineering, construction and, maintenanceFacilitating competitive processes and commercial management or contractsEnsuring that all procurement and contracting matters are in accordance with legislation and essential requirements You will be expected to: Prepare and maintain planning of sourcing activitiesDuring the tender: coordination of the internal stakeholders which are part of the negotiation such as legal, risk assessment or technical departmentsSet out contracts that are fully compliant to support our business needs which are legally binding, mitigate any and all commercial risksAlongside the project management, team members, internal lawyers, assist in the handling of claimsTake accountability for contract analysis and advise the project team on the content of the contractWork with the Supply Chain and Local Content Lead to create strong relationships with the related suppliers across the supply chainAnalyse trends and forecasts within the market place The right candidate will have: 2+ relevant experience sourcing goods and services, preferably related to offshore industriesExperience in other roles with commercial, legal, contract management or tendering positions
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- LocationGreater London
Position : Associate - 3-5 years "Max" experience Experience Passion for renewable energyStrong skills in orgination and market researchExposure to the full transaction lifecycleEntrepreneurial spiritStrong communication skillsExperience in Energy/Carbon capture/Hydrogen is helpfulSpeaking a European language is helpful but not a mustStrong academic record as wellMeticulous attention to detail and The Role Supporting the country manager in the development and deployment of SNAM's strategy in the region through research and analysis, and through engaging with third parties (consultants, advisers, banks, partners, regulatory bodies, etc.) as requiredAs strategies and/or opportunities are identified, presenting and driving through initiatives by engaging with multiple internal stakeholders (CFO's office, M&A, Legal, etc.)Assisting the country manager in managing and monitoring the target portfolio as requiredAct as "right-hand-person" to GiacomoWork very clsoely with the legal team and the M&A team
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Spencer Ogden are exclusively partnered with this established Offshore Wind Engineering Consultancy.Job Overview:The Senior Engineering Geoscientist will work as part of a team on engineering and consultancy assignments for a range of offshore and onshore engineering projects primarily in the renewable and oil and gas sectors, specialising in site characterisation and the development of ground models.The Senior Engineering Geoscientist will be responsible for technical contribution and some project management aspects of projects and is also expected to support the development and generation of new business prospects.Technical project work contributions will cover all aspects of the core business and will include: Terrain analysis and mapping, subsurface interpretation and geotechnical unitisation, all within a spatial GIS framework as part of a ground model development process.Geohazard appraisal and interpretation, assessment of consequence of geohazard impacts on infrastructure, and development of a quantitative risk assessment framework.Basic geotechnical analysis for foundation design and slope stability assessment.Site visits and contractor technical and HSE supervision (onshore and offshore), including travel globally. Project management will be undertaken according to the project life cycle processes and will involve receiving and appraising invitations to tender, proposal preparation, contractual review and negotiation, subcontractor liaison and management, overall technical and commercial project oversight, client communication, invoicing and project closeout. Project management aspects of the role will be supported by the company’s administrator.The Senior Engineering Geoscientist will also contribute to the growth of the business through the generation of new business contacts and new technical prospects. This will be achieved via a range of different approaches including: the development and use of a strong contacts network, attendance at industry events and active engagement with other attendees, targeted identification and connection with new client contacts, and exploiting existing project relationships to secure repeat business and an expansion of offered services.Key Responsibilities and Duties: Support ground model development for offshore and onshore developments in collaboration with the ground model team lead: - Desk study data research, appraisal and collation.- Terrain evaluation and mapping.- Subsurface geophysical data interpretation.- Integrated geotechnical unitisation and basic geotechnical analysis for foundation design and slope stability assessment.- Geohazard appraisal and interpretation. GIS data management with a rigorous approach to data management, cataloguing received information, and consistent and clear formatting for data visualization.Development of report deliverables, including drafting of reports and preparation of illustrative diagrams, charts and graphs to communicate methodology and results.Contribution to other geoconsulting activities within the team, including quantitative risk assessments, geospatial analysis, and geotechnical characterisation.Provision of guidance and advice to other ground model team members and reviewing the work of others.Proposal preparation in response to new enquiries.Supporting and acting as deputy to the ground model team lead, and being responsible for both technical and project management activities.Contractor oversight on behalf of clients (e.g. site representative) and subcontractor management for East Point Geo consultancy projects.Attend regular internal meetings and external / third party meetings as required.Targeted business development which will include the identification of and attendance at appropriate industry meetings and events, development of existing contacts in the framework of this role and establishment of new contacts.Research and development of processes and workflows, which may include the repurposing of methods established in other industries which may be applicable to East Point Geo’s projects, and / or cutting edge new technologies which could add value to existing deliverables. Requirements: BSc in Geology, Earth Sciences, Geography or other related subject.5 years or more in a relevant earth-science related role.Knowledge of offshore engineering industries.Experience of geophysical survey and/or geotechnical data acquisition.Experience of interpreting geo-data and developing ground models.Excellent technical earth science knowledge.Proficiency with standard Office software, specifically MS Excel, MS Word and MS Powerpoint.Working knowledge of geospatial software (GIS), ability to understand spatial datasets, work within a map framework and think and understand in three-dimensions.Working knowledge of soil mechanics.Attention to detail, high level of numerical accuracy and good self-checking.Excellent report writing skills and communication skills.The primary place of work for the role is our Oxford office, with flexibility to working hours.Some offshore or onsite working may be a requirement of the job, and may include overseas travel. If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
- Salary£65k - 75k per year
Our teams pride themselves on our forward thinking attitude to adopting the latest changes within the BIM sector.If you have broad experience of civil structures in steel/concrete within the marine sector and a desire to excel in your career, then we would like to hear from you.Job Responsibilities Promoting a health, safety and welfare cultureWorking within a team environmentMentoring and coaching talentSupporting Group Director and Regional Director to achieve budget and strategy targetsWorking closely with business managers on resource management, utilisation monitoring, and pipeline managementDeveloping businessProject management and technical delivery of marine schemes and infrastructure projects Will suit a highly technical, client-facing, hands-on chartered civil engineer with demonstrable expertise in: Coordinating, preparing and supervising tenders, detailed design calculations and analysis of maritime and associated structuresDesign of port infrastructure/ heavy civils projects experience in steel and reinforced concrete design, port pavement, dock and lock gates, jetties, slipways etcChecking and reviewing of calculations, structural models and drawings produced by design teamManaging multi-disciplinary teamsGood commercial awarenessCan clearly communicate technical and non-technical aspects in writing and orally to team members, clients, contractors and stakeholders with necessary empathy for project drivers and objectives Advantageous Experience Coastal Infrastructure DesignTemporary works design
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Key ResponsibilitiesThe key responsibilities include the following: Planning of outages on the main Combined Cycle Gas Turbine plant and Open Cycle Gas Turbine plant and other major items of plant.Development of contingency plans associated with the aboveReview of contracts, programmes, project and commercial documentation associated with outagesProgress and reporting on all planned and unplanned outagesEnsuring plans meet safety, environmental, technical, and commercial targetsCo-ordination of day-to-day maintenance planning activities.Managing site specific projects that have defined time or functional start and end criteria. These may include CAPEX projects, plant investigations, technical and commercial project assignments, audits etc.Manage and develop site based computerised maintenance management systems to suit business and plant needsDevelop and test site Business Continuity PlansCoordinate the preparation of monthly reports, business reviews and associated follow up actions.Develop procedures and plans in the above areas to support the stations ISO quality standards Knowledge, Skills and ExperienceEssential Experience in a power plant or similar process industry in a commercial environment is considered essential.It is expected that the incumbent would have good interpersonal skill and have the ability to manage and lead projects, coordinate activities, chair meetings, and manage unplanned changes.The incumbent would be expected to prepare reports to suit recipients at different levels of the organisation and make presentations as required. Desirable Working experience in the use, development and management of planning software and computerised maintenance management systems would be an advantage. QualificationsIt is desirable that the incumbent has 3rd level qualification in engineering or a related technical/science based subject.
- Salary$150k - 180k per year + Super
About the Opportunity: Spencer Ogden have partnered with an established engineering company based in Perth CBD. This company is renowned for delivering highly creative and sustainable solutions for our built environment with a track record of delivery excellence. Having seen exponential growth nationally, our client is currently growing its specialist team of Permanent Way Design Engineers to deliver a range of projects across Australia. Based in Perth, you will be an integral part of the national team delviering specialised rail engineering solutions for major private and public railway operators in Australia. About the Role:In this role, you will be accountable for: Leading projects with visibility over budgets and delivery deadlinesGuiding and mentoring members of the national rail teamProduce, review and verify perway engineering designsSupporting with bids and proposals in line with business objectives About you:To be successful in this role, you will bring: Relevant engineering qualifications (chartership - highly desired)10+ years expereince in railway track designDemonstrated proficiency in perway alignment design and track components specificationSound knowledge of railway engineering safety standardsProficient in 12D and other engineering design software systems What's in it for you?On offer is a permanent full-time position with clear visibility for career progression and professional development. Based in the Perth CBD, there is easy access to public transport and lifestyle amenities. Next steps:To apply, send through your updated CV in an application. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to Michael Ho on email@example.com / +61 8 6280 2409.
- Salary£55k per year
Position: Performance engineer - (M/F)Service: Engineering and ConstructionReporting authority: Engineering and Construction ManagerMission: CDIRemuneration: according to profileLocation: ParisStarting date: October 2022 MISSIONS & ACTIVITIES Under the direction of the Head of the Engineering & Construction Department, you will ensure the optimization of the performance of photovoltaic power plants from project development to operation and maintenance, including market consultation and project execution monitoring. You will also ensure the technological watch of photovoltaic solutions in order to optimize the potential of future power plants.As a Performance Engineer , the missions that will be entrusted to you will consist mainly of: Technology watch of existing or future solutions on the photovoltaic market Develop an up-to-date database of technologiesTechnical support to Photosol's internal services (development, commercial, financial,...)Ensure PVsyst simulations and compare technologies (modules, inverters mainly) in order to obtain the best products for all projects in developmentReview and revise the deliverables and availability offer of binding plants to suppliers and builders during the construction market consultationReview and review the outputs and availability offer of engaging plants and technical advisors during project financingManage the quality control of solutions (modules, mainly inverters) in the factory with third partiesManage the performance analysis of solutions (modules, mainly inverters) ( in particular by controlling guarantees in an external laboratory with third parties)Monitor manufacturers' performance commitments for post-acceptance plantsParticipate in the development and installation of electricity storage systemsThe development or integration of IT tools for the design officeThe position requires a high level of rigour, certain organizational qualities and a proactive approach on the various subjects that can improve the quality and profitability of production plants. The Engineer must be a force proposal. PROFILES BAC + 5 in Electrical Engineering or Energy Engineering with ENR specialization, your professional experience of at least 2 years gives you a good mastery of photovoltaic systems, a real know-how in the electrical design of these systems, and allows you to take into consideration the different aspects related to the realization of these technical and financial installations.You are rigorous and able to carry out several missions at the same time. You have a strong sense of responsibility and enjoy teamwork.Main skills: Training in Electrical Engineering Good mastery of photovoltaic power plant design (engineering, construction, products)Mastering simulations for storage systems is a plusGood knowledge of standards and regulationsExperience in carrying out large-scale ground-mounted photovoltaic and shade projectsMastery of AutoCad and PVSyst softwareMastery of computer tools: Word, Excel, PowerPoint,Fluent EnglishInitiative, rigor and organizationAbility to undertake and invest in a human-sized structure,Analytical and synthesis skillsA general culture of the renewable energy sector
- Salary£50k - 60k per year
Spencer Ogden is partnered with a leading international renewables developer to expand their team during an exciting period of growth and a strong project pipeline.This is an opportunity that will allow an Electrical Engineer to act as the Technical Expert for wind turbine, and balance of plant electrical systems for a very strong pipeline of nationally significant renewables projects in the UK/internationally.Responsibilities within this vacancy include:· Work with Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental (HSQE) management to achieve the highest level of safety across the portfolio ensuring all relevant industry standards and guidelines are complied with.· Successfully deliver value through the development of novel performance improvement initiatives, identifying potential plant upgrades, and by supporting improvement projects as part of a multidisciplinary team.· Protect asset value by supporting the Engineering Life Extension strategy, and managing critical electrical spares obsolesce.· Define and manage the scope and requirements for electrical inspection and maintenance working with Asset Management and external contractors to ensure this is completed to industry standards and timescales.· Lead root cause of failure investigations for wind turbine and electrical balance of plant component failures, working with the appropriate subcontractors to deliver clear recommendations and remedial actions required to ensure safe operations.This is a full time, UK based role offering remote working with a very lucrative salary/wider package. Combined with professional development opportunities, this is the perfect position to delve further into a pureplay renewables orientated role, aiding the energy transition to net-zero.