- Location: Madison
- Salary: Market related
A dynamic team dedicated to shaping the future of the energy industry is currently seeking a Lead Resource Planning Consultant to contribute to their Resource Planning team. This team plays a crucial role in the economic analysis and strategic planning for the clean energy grid of tomorrow, focusing on integrating new resources to ensure cost-effective, reliable solutions.
**About the Company:**
The organization is forward-thinking, valuing innovation and sustainability. The team has made significant investments in renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and battery storage to benefit their customers.
In the role of Lead Resource Planning Consultant, the selected candidate will:
- Perform Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) generation planning and capacity expansion modeling using production cost software.
- Research MISO Resource Adequacy obligations, regulatory IRP requirements, and industry benchmarking.
- Analyze data, draw insightful inferences, and present results clearly to stakeholders.
- Develop presentation materials to communicate analyses and insights.
- Assist in developing business cases, cost-benefit analyses, and risk evaluations for future projects.
- Support various ad hoc projects as needed.
Candidates must be located in the Midwest (Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Nebraska). Hybrid work options available to candidates within a commutable distance from Cedar Rapids, IA or Madison, WI. All other cities would operate on a Remote basis, with occasional travel required for team meetings.
- A Bachelor's Degree with an emphasis in engineering, economics, or utility finance is preferred.
- A minimum of 10 years of experience in the energy industry with integrated resource planning, economic analysis, forecasting, and asset management experience.
- A strong understanding of electric power generation economics and technical issues.
- Experience with production cost models (e.g., AuroraXMP, PLEXOS, PROMOD).
- Advanced knowledge of MISO resource adequacy issues and processes.
- Proficiency in data management, analysis, and presentation (Excel, PowerPoint).
- Effective interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
- An ability to work collaboratively in a diverse work environment.
**Why Join Them:**
- A competitive compensation package.
- Comprehensive benefits including Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and more.
- Generous Paid Vacation, 401K, and Tuition reimbursement.
- A supportive company culture dedicated to sustainability and community involvement.
Qualified candidates with the skills and experience to make an impact in the ever-evolving energy industry are invited to apply today!
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This client is seeking an experienced project developer to manage utility-scale renewable energy projects in the Central United States. As one of the largest and most technologically advanced utility-scale solar and energy storage project development companies in the United States, our client's portfolio boasts more than 23 GW of renewable energy projects. With a full-service model that manages all aspects of development for customers, partners, and project host communities, our client is committed to helping decarbonize the energy grid by replacing electric power generation with renewable sources and delivering cost-competitive electricity to the marketplace.In this role, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading cross-functional project teams through the entire development process, from obtaining site control through permitting to the start of construction. Reporting to the Central U.S. Regional Team Lead, the candidate will be leading a team of internal staff and external consultants with expertise in engineering, meteorology and resource assessment, permitting, environmental studies, real estate/title, and transmission. This is a great opportunity for someone who has previous experience in utility-scale solar, wind, and/or energy storage development and wants to work with a company that is committed to renewable energy and sustainability.The core responsibilities of the job include site acquisition, site control documents, and real estate curative negotiations, creation and management of an overall project strategy plan, project schedule and critical path management, site acquisition including landowner lease negotiations, coordination of local, state, and federal permitting processes, coordination of project environmental and wildlife studies, creation and management of a project public relations plan, project budget and cash flow projection, management and tracking, coordination of the project interconnection process, support in the identification and screening of project opportunities, negotiation of local tax abatement/incentives, proactive coordination of preliminary project design, and support in the negotiation of power purchase and asset sale agreements. The successful candidate must have excellent entrepreneurial, interpersonal, verbal/written communication, good judgment, project management, negotiation, and leadership skills.The job requirements include a 4-year college
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationLos Angeles
Most of the company's facilities are located in California. Under the direction of the Environmental Compliance Supervisor, this position will primarily engage in providing environmental compliance support to the EHS, construction and operations teams during the late-stage development and construction phase of renewable assets portfolio in California and other states as projects are constructed.This role is a full-time and hybrid position, working remotely (from home) and will be based out of Southern California (Kern County, Los Angeles County, San Diego County areas preferred) making as needed day trips to the projects to support compliance activities. The individual needs to be located within driving distance to each of the facilities to be accessible for the required as needed day trips to the projects. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Other duties may be assigned as needed) - Develop environmental compliance programs for each project encompassing all local, state and federal permitting requirements.- Manage and perform field environmental audits, reporting, and monitoring for construction projects and renewable energy facilities.- Review technical reports and provide quality assurance of project documents with a focus on compliance of permit conditions, procedures, and regulatory agency regulations for projects in the development stage through execution stage.- Working closely with EPC and contractors/consultants to ensure project compliance providing guidance, interpretation, and requirements.- Initiate support with development team during late-stage entitlement and resource agency permit procurement to provide seamless transition to construction- Ensure seamless transition to operational compliance.- Review cost budgets, seek proposals and support contracting, invoicing, work plans, and execution strategies for the environmental compliance responsibilities.- Manage multiple projects, tasks, and deadlines.- Coordinate if asked with local, state and federal agencies on the project's behalf.- If requested, present training materials and documents. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - At least 3 years of environmental and regulatory compliance. Preferred experience in the renewables industry.- Knowledge of federal, state, and local environmental regulatory agency laws, regulations, and permitting requirements.- Detailed knowledge of Erosion and Sediment Control and Stormwater regulations, compliance strategies and environmental engineering.- Experience in performing and participating environmental inspections and/or audits.- Knowledge of compliance including NEPA, CEQA, USACE, CWA, DOT, SPCC, EPA, CalEPA, and waste management, water quality (state and jurisdictional) air quality (state and jurisdictional), T&E species, USFW, CDFW, and Historical Resources.- Computer skills with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, SharePoint.- Highly organized with the ability to prioritize and delegate.- Ability to lead their responsibilities and work in a collaborative environment.- Ability to work under pressure and meet timelines.- Conscientious and detail-oriented with demonstrated accuracy and attention to detail.- Good judgment and sound decision-making skills.- Will be partial office and field-based. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE - - Associates, Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience- Experience in environmental compliance and must be recent and relevant to this environmental position (required)- Knowledge of renewable energy facilities preferred, but not required.- Experience requesting consultant proposals and preparing agreements with environmental consultants preferred. COMMUNICATION SKILLS - - Strong interpersonal skills- Excellent written & verbal communication- Computer proficiency (combination of virtual, office based, and in-field) REASONING ABILITY & DECISION-MAKING SKILLS - Ability to work independently, requiring little to no supervision- Attention to detail and focus on quality- Problem solving skills- Proficient in identifying potential problems and develop written or verbal corrective action plans focused on resolving potential issues independently CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS - Valid CA driver's license with excellent driving record (required)- Certifications in other environmental compliance programs (i.e. QSP, HAZWOPER, etc.) (preferred) PHYSICAL DEMANDS - - Ability to comfortably lift up to 50lbs and ability to maneuver in steep grades and muddy conditions.- Travel to projects and overnight stays approximately 25% of the time- Personal vehicle may be needed for regular field visits (Mileage reimbursements based on the current federal mileage rate) WORK ENVIRONMENT - - Ability to conduct field work in challenging terrain and/or during inclement weather, often independently.
- Salary$48 - 68 per hour + Full Benefits (medical, dental, vision, etc)
SUMMARY The HV Project Engineer will provide engineering support to the E&C team, and is responsible for managing all stages of project design. This position reports to the Director of Engineering or anothersenior management personnel that the Senior Vice President/President of the Company may designate. This position may be expected to travel up to 25%.RESPONSIBILITIES- Manage all stages of project high voltage (HV) design, including conceptual and advanced systemdesign, observing regulatory codes, customer requirements, site visits, permitting and technicalsupport during construction phase;- Design and optimize HV engineering concepts for utility scale PV plants such as substations,transmission and distribution lines. interconnection switch gear, power transformers- Supervise PV plant interconnection in collaboration with the Project Manager during planning andconstruction to assure quality and execution according to schedule;- Prepare bidding documentation for project specific HV works and HV equipment;- Create, deliver, and maintain drawing packages and project documentation;- Manage and coordinate external resources such as engineer consultants, geotechnical andtopographic surveyors, other specialized professionals as needed in the design and commissioningof grid interconnection;- Direct internal and external designers and consultants in creating, delivering and maintainingdrawing packages and project documentation;- Work collaboratively with other operations team members on project execution and processdevelopment including project procurement, construction management, and project controls;- Develop and review project schedules, cost estimation, bill of materials, budgets, scopes of work,standards and quotes from suppliers and sub-contractors- Provide supervision to HV commissioning work- Coordinate with utilities and regulators for the interconnection process- Provide recommendations for continuous improvements in project designs, plans, processes andproduct development;- Lead the Project Engineering team in developing best practices for the HV engineering process ofutility scale PV plants- Assist with technical training for team members and new employees;- Collaborate with team members when necessary to ensure effective communication and results;and- Perform other duties and special projects, as assigned. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS- A degree in Electrical Engineering or another related engineering science- Minimum of 5 years of professional engineering experience in the power industry- Relevant work experience in the design and development of power plants- Willingness to travel, at least 25% of the time- Experience with AutoCAD (or equivalent)- Experience with power modeling (preferably with ETAP)- Strong in Microsoft Office Suite- Experience with Gantt charts (MS Project or equivalent)- Knowledge of relevant HV Codes and regulation- Excellent written and verbal communication skills- Assertive, able to cope with pressure, a team player- Previous experience managing projects from initial design to installation and execution, preferred- Experience in permitting processes with local authorities having jurisdiction, preferred.
- Salary$100k - 125k per year
- LocationPalm Springs
Site / Construction ManagerThis Company is one of the world's leading Battery Energy Storage & Renewable Power Solutions provider. The excellence we bring to our work has made this company globally recognized as a premier value adding EPC firm. We are currently seeking a Site Manager / Construction Manager to join our Construction Team. This role will be assigned to specific project sites and may also be required to support multiple sites; travel is required. This position will be responsible for overseeing, monitoring, and running the daily activities and operations on construction sites including ensuring strict compliance with all laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and guidelines. The Site Manager will consult and collaborate with project managers, engineers, subcontractors, and other project personnel while ensuring that projects are completed on time and within budget as required and specified and must have the ability to work efficiently and effectively under pressure. In addition, the candidate will be required to interface with company, client, and contractor/vendor personnel.Responsibilities: Supervise, plan, coordinate and monitor performance and progress of site construction activitiesImplement and enforcing safety and quality guidelines; perform safety briefingsCoordinate materials and equipment delivery with vendors and suppliers and keep accurate track of material stocks and consumption on siteManage a team of workers, including work schedules, and resource allocationMake recommendations on personnel needs and/or subcontractors in order to ensure work is completed in accordance with the project scheduleQuality control, subcontractor, and inspection coordinationProvide updates to project plans, schedules, and progress reports, which include contractor's and sub-contractor's activities, while maintaining a daily log of site operations with daily progress photosMonitor project cost trends and ensure completion within budgetManage and coordinate on-site visitsEnsure that teams on site work safely and cooperatively with the sole aim of completing a project while adhering strictly to all HSE requirements, deadlines, specifications, and codesEnsuring that the construction site remains safe, clean, and orderly Qualifications, Skills, Experience, Personal Attributes. The preferred candidate should hold a fully accredited, university degree in engineering, construction management, or other related field and a minimum of 10 years of directly related experience; experience in lieu of a degree will be considered. Civil and Electrical background preferred.Good computer skills required in Microsoft Office with knowledge of planning software such as MS Project.The candidate must have a strong understanding of HSE processes, project planning & scheduling, risk management and change management processes.It is also essential to the role that the candidate have strong leadership skills and excellent time management skills.Personal attributes and behaviors essential for this role include being a self-starter, highly motivated, adaptable, proactive approach to problem solving, critical thinker, capable of working with minimal supervision, excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels (written and verbal), follow-up, approachable, and a team player.
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Job Description:This is an exciting opportunity to work with a growing renewables team based in the Northeast. They are actively seeking out a PV engineering expert to take a lead role in the development of their projects and products. Responsibilities: Serve as the Subject Matter Expert for PV SCADA Control development, commissioning, and testing. Ensure compliance with relevant NERC Standards for PV SCADA and SCADA Control Execution. Lead application design for renewable generation control systems Provide technical support across departments for new project pursuits and product development. Mentor junior engineers in renewable control system application design and commissioning. Prepare and maintain engineering plans and schedules. Identify opportunities for product and process improvements. Foster and maintain strong customer relationships. Monitor project financial performance. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related technical discipline. 9+ years of experience in power generation control system applications. Expertise in renewable energy systems, power conversion, energy storage, PV, or power systems control. Willingness to travel up to 30% domestically. Legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. experience in PV SCADA controls development and testing. Strong understanding of renewable resource operations and NERC Standards.
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My client is currently resourcing for a Principal HVDC Engineering Consultant. They are a global energy consultancy, powered by the expertise and experience of it's unique and diverse people. They unite to solve the energy industry's problems. Working collaboratively with their customers, rethinking how things are done to take on challenges, break down barriers, enable progress and deliver the energy transition. They bring energy, insight, and certainty, which when combined with their strategies, innovations, and knowledge, gives them the power to create change within the industry and really make a difference.TeamWithin the Renewables Team, my client is at the forefront of major international projects where they bring a unique, integrated perspective, specialist expertise and set of tools to advise and support offshore developers, governments, sector enablers and the wider supply chain on strategic, technical and commercial matters predominately in relation to offshore wind, interconnectors and subsea cable projects.RoleSitting within the Offshore Renewables Team, the Principal Consultant - HVDC Engineering will report to the Renewables Engineering Manager and will be accountable for the delivery of assigned HVDC engineering projects. You will be expected to provide technical expertise into ongoing projects, bids and proposals and to represent the company at client and stakeholder meetings as required.Primary Roles & Responsibilities Include Lead and provide HVDC engineering input into tenders and project deliverables.Liaise and collaborate with internal stakeholders such as TA's, SME's and other discipline Engineers.Support HVDC engineering deliverables such as early-stage feasibility studies, preparation of project specifications, design review and assurance, attend site for FAT's and pre commissioning and commissioning oversight.Provide HVDC technical guidance and advice to clients through project development, delivery and operations & maintenance. Requirements A Chartered Engineer with demonstrable HVDC engineering expertise and ideally experienced in the offshore sector and with a detailed understanding of engineering deliverables through project development, delivery and operations & maintenance.Be a recognised expert in industry with a detailed understanding of HVDC performance requirements, OEM equipment, installation and commissioning and associated UK National Grid and other European transmission standards.Ability to communicate at all levels in the organisation and to key stakeholders out with the organisation.An ability to interpret and manage multiple projects simultaneously whilst meeting programme requirements.Have an interest to actively develop external (client) and internal relationships and be prepared to take part in industry working groups such as CIGRE, IET and other professional bodies. Base LocationAberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow or London
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Job Description:This is an exciting opportunity to work with a growing renewables team based in the Northeast. They are actively seeking out a BESS engineering expert to take a lead role in the development of their projects. Responsibilities: Lead the design and implementation of renewable generation control system applications for North American projects. Design, implement, and test various components of the renewable generation control system, including overall power plant control for PV Solar and BESS sites based on established PSSE models and ISO/RTO requirements. Develop applications for BESS energy management system. Coordinate asset generation between PV Solar and Battery Energy Storage System (BESS). Design SCADA systems for BESS and PV Solar, ensuring effective communication through industry standard protocols (Modbus, DNP3, etc.). Provide technical support across departments for new project pursuits and product development. Mentor and guide less experienced engineers in renewable control system application design and commissioning. Create and maintain engineering plans and schedules. Support customer Factory Acceptance Test and participate in site commissioning and Site Acceptance Test activities. Identify opportunities for product and process improvements and provide valuable suggestions. Manage time effectively to meet project schedule and commitments. Cultivate and nurture customer relationships. Monitor and track project financial performance. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related technical discipline. Minimum 9+ years of experience in power generation control system applications, specifically in renewable energy systems, power conversion, energy storage, PV, and/or power systems control. Willingness to travel up to 30% domestically. Legal authorization to work in the United States without sponsorship. Familiarity with UL1973, UL9540, UL9540A, NFPA 855, and NFPA 70E. Experience working with utility-scale battery storage systems preferred.
- Salary$40k - 60k per year
We're looking for a motivated entry level candidate to join our Renewables team as a Junior Consultant here in Orlando, FL! Our office is located downtown.This is a hybrid position after 90 days- which gives you the best of both worlds! Who are we?Spencer Ogden is a global energy and infrastructure sales company, specializing in people. Our diverse and award-winning company culture ensures that everyone experiences a fast-paced, professional, and collaborative working environment. Established in 2010, we have grown exponentially, with 14 offices worldwide and over 300 employees. As a Recruiter you will know the right people for the job - and the right jobs for our people. You will...Identify, pitch, and develop exceptional client and candidate relationships within a competitive industry, providing solutions, delivering results for our clients and enhancing candidates' careers. Sourcing highly skilled candidates is in our DNA, and providing a quality service by headhunting, interviewing, and being the go-to-consultant is our goal. Other responsibilities include: Networking and developing new relationshipsMatching candidates to clients' vacancies, submitting suitable candidates in line with company processHitting your goals- set personal targets with managers on a daily, weekly, and monthly basisBusiness development, cold calling, and pitching Spencer Ogden's services to potential clients What we offer: Award-winning training and development programsWork from home up to 2 days a week15 paid vacation days, 8 paid holidays, 7 sick/mental health days, 4 volunteer days of your choice, Christmas to New Year paid off, and your birthday offMedical, vision, dental insurance and all premiums covered401k planBase salary plus uncapped commissionFriday 3 pm finish and flexible working hours Are you qualified? Bachelor's degree preferable; we are open to degree type0-1 year sales experienceStrong communication and listening skillsMotivated individuals with a go-getter mentalityEntrepreneurial mindset, can think outside of the box and solve problemsAble to show initiativeResiliencyMust hold permanent working rights in the USA upon application Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to stay up to date with #LifeatSO
- Salary$180k per year
We are partnered with a utility-scale solar and storage developer in Sydney, seeking an experienced Lead Power Systems Engineer to join their team. In this role you will provide technical leadership and expertise for Solar PV and Energy Storage projects, ensuring successful grid connections and optimising project configurations. This senior position offers project management and leadership responsibilities, presenting an exciting opportunity to shape the future of renewable energy!Key Responsibilities: Collaborate with development colleagues to identify suitable locations for projects using power systems analysis and congestion modeling.Specify high-level design for Solar PV, BESS, and Hybrid projects to optimise configurations.Manage the Connection Application Process (R0) for multiple projects across NEM jurisdictions.Conduct Model Acceptance, Benchmarking, and GPS compliance studies using relevant software packages.Manage relationships with project stakeholders, NSPs, AEMO, contractors, and OEMs.Appoint and manage external power systems consultants for Connection Application Packages.Negotiate optimised connection strategies with NSPs for Solar PV, BESS, and Hybrid projects.Negotiate Generator Performance Standards and technical aspects of Connection Agreements.Develop cost-effective project configurations and connection strategies.Stay informed of industry developments and provide expert guidance to the Elgin Energy team. Qualifications and Skills: Appropriate degree in Electrical/Energy Engineering/HV Power System Engineering or related discipline.5+ years’ experience working in a connections-focused environment within an Engineering Consultancy, Project Developer, NSP, or AEMO.Proven track record of success in progressing wind/solar/BESS connections with NSPs and AEMO.Evidence of working successfully on multiple projects to demanding deadlines.Site experience in Solar PV plants and/or high-voltage substations is desirable but not essential.Strong technical knowledge of the NER Chapter 5 process with a proven track record of success.Excellent knowledge of power systems analysis software packages, including PSS/E, PSCAD, and DigSilent PowerFactory, along with Python automation skills.Knowledge of AC and DC electrical design of Solar PV plants, BESS, and grid connection methodologies.Familiarity with HV electrical equipment, control systems, SCADA, protection, and metering.Ability to manage external consultants for the delivery of design and study packages. If you are driven by innovation, have a passion for the renewable energy space where your contributions will have a meaningful impact, please apply below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About ZenithZenith is a market leader in the development and delivery of sustainable energy solutions. We specialise in tailored off-grid power generation and service models. We integrate a complete range of thermal and sustainable fuel sources, together with innovative technologies, to deliver cost-effective and reliable solutions for clients across Australia.Join Zenith to be part of a landmark cutting edge renewable energy projects, involving Solar, Wind, Thermal, BESS and LNG storage in Western Australia.About the RoleAs the Contracts Lead, you will be supporting a project in all aspects of commercial practices including compliance, contract administration, claims, reporting and financial process. Reporting to the Project Manager with guidance and support from the Executive - Commercial, Contracts and Procurement, your main responsibilities will include; Preparing subcontractor packages & subcontract administration;Conducting commercial evaluation, review contract terms and conditions, contributing to scope as required;Reviewing contractual claims and variations; Liaising and effectively communicating with subcontractors; andPrepare project cost and forecasting reporting. About You As the Contracts Lead you will have the following experience, knowledge, and skills to bring to the role.Experience Experience as a Contracts Lead dealing with subcontractor packages with a value of $10M - $50M.Experience in the Energy/Mining industryExperience using Pronto is desirable Skills/Ability Highly developed communication skills with an ability to communicate at all levelsA highly analytical approach with a strong attention to detailStrong financial acumenStrong Microsoft Office skills Qualifications & Clearances Qualification in Construction Management or Quantity Surveying or equivalent qualification Ability to pass a National Police Clearance and Pre-employment MedicalRight to work in Australia. Why ZenithBe at the forefront of designing, constructing and operating a greener future. Work for a market leader with strong projected growth and a company that values and celebrates their people. In addition, we offer. In addition, we offer Competitive salaryCentral new 'state of the art' offices in BelmontFree parking Opportunity to join the Zenith bonus scheme.Great pipeline of work for development opportunities
- Salary£0 per year
Position Overview: We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Freelance Project Planner with expertise in Primavera P6 to support our offshore wind development projects. As a Freelance Project Planner, you will be responsible for developing and maintaining project schedules, coordinating with various stakeholders, and ensuring the timely and successful execution of project plans. This is a hybrid working role, offering a flexible combination of remote work and on-site visits. The successful candidate will have strong Primavera P6 proficiency, excellent organizational skills, and the ability to work independently.Responsibilities: Project Planning: Develop, update, and maintain project schedules using Primavera P6 software. Collaborate with project teams to define project scope, deliverables, and milestones.Resource Allocation: Coordinate with project managers and department leads to allocate resources effectively and efficiently. Identify and resolve any resource conflicts or constraints that may impact project schedules.Schedule Monitoring: Monitor and analyze project progress, identify potential delays or deviations from the planned schedule, and propose corrective actions. Provide regular reports and updates to stakeholders on project status and schedule performance.Risk Management: Assess project risks and develop mitigation strategies. Incorporate risk analysis into project schedules to ensure proactive management of potential schedule impacts.Change Management: Evaluate and analyze change requests and their potential impact on project schedules. Collaborate with project teams to assess the feasibility and resource implications of proposed changes.Stakeholder Coordination: Liaise with internal and external stakeholders, including project managers, engineers, contractors, and suppliers, to gather project information, resolve scheduling conflicts, and ensure alignment with project objectives.Documentation and Reporting: Prepare and maintain project documentation, including project plans, schedules, progress reports, and change logs. Ensure accurate and up-to-date records of project activities.Best Practices and Process Improvement: Stay updated on industry best practices in project planning and scheduling. Continuously identify opportunities for process improvement and propose enhancements to optimize project delivery.Collaboration and Communication: Foster effective collaboration and communication within project teams. Facilitate regular meetings and workshops to gather input, align expectations, and resolve scheduling-related issues. Qualifications and Requirements: Proven experience as a Project Planner, preferably in the offshore wind industry.Extensive experience working with Primavera P6 software for project planning and scheduling.Strong understanding of project management principles and methodologies.Familiarity with the offshore wind sector and associated project planning requirements is highly desirable.Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to anticipate and address scheduling challenges.Exceptional attention to detail and organizational abilities to manage complex projects.Effective communication and interpersonal skills to collaborate with stakeholders at all levels.Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines.Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, especially Excel, for data analysis and reporting.Relevant certifications in project management (e.g., PMP) or Primavera P6 are advantageous. Note: This is a freelance position offering hybrid working arrangements with a combination of remote work and on-site visits as required. The duration and specific project assignments will be determined on a project-by-project basis.
- Salary$130k - 145k per year
- LocationFort Worth
This position will require experience managing utility scale projects throughout the ERCOT and SPP regions specifically. The ideal candidate will be skilled in permitting, site acquisition, land lease negotiations, etc. as well as have the following qualifications:Project Development Lead cross-functional project teams to bring wind, solar and storage developments from prospecting stages through land acquisition, design, permitting, and offtake contracting, up to the start of constructionRetain day-to-day project development across southern United States (SPP South, ERCOT, MISO South, TVA, SERCEvaluate project sites for utility-scale renewable projects & bring them through the due diligence processSecure zoning permits, tax abatements, crossing agreements and road use agreementsLead the negotiation of permitting documents and interconnection agreements in close coordination with EPC DepartmentConduct or Coordinate site visits to support site evaluation, suitability, and due diligence effortDevelop scopes for technical services and manage relationships with contractors and third-party engineering firmManage distribution interconnection process and interface with Utilities/regional transmission operators for development portfolioEngaging consultants to prepare critical issues analysis, natural resource surveys, cultural resource analysis, geotechnical surveys, wetland delineations, and phase one environmental site assessmentsPrepared and submitted solar energy interconnection requests · Support the negotiation of Power Purchase Agreement Qualifications Expertise in utility sized solar and wind projects throughout project lifecycleBachelor’s degree in Engineering (Electrical, Civil, Environmental, or related field)5+ years of experience developing projects / project engineering from discovery to start-up