- Location: Hamburg
- Salary: £70.30 - 87.90 pro Jahr + max. 20.000
Wir suchen Verstärkung für unser Team in Hamburg, alternativ auch an den Standorten Berlin, Bremen, Cuxhaven, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Husum, Würzburg oder demnächst Leipzig.
Das Team Energy Supply Services & PPA Management besetzt die Schnittstelle in die Strommärkte. Wir identifizieren und entwickeln optimale Vermarktungsstrategien des Stroms aus unseren Wind- und Solaranlagen, wir bewerten staatliche Vergütungsmechanismen, analysieren die Entwicklung von Strompreisen und deren fundamentalen Einflussfaktoren, wir bauen auf, pflegen und intensivieren den Kontakt zu Marktteilnehmern- mit dem Ziel den kommerziellen Wert interner wie externer Projekte zu maximieren sowie uns im Strommarkt als nachhaltigen und innovativen Partner zu etablieren.
Ein Arbeitsumfeld, das sich kontinuierlich den Herausforderungen der Zukunft stellt und weiterentwickelt. Das beinhaltet:
Job Title: Senior Analyst, Structured FinanceLocation: San Francisco or Denver (remote candidates in the USA considered)Summary: Join a global leader in solar energy projects, as a Senior Analyst in our Structured Finance team. You will support project finance transactions, conduct financial analyses, and contribute to key project milestones.Responsibilities: Own project finance models for tax equity and debt financingPrepare marketing materials for potential investorsCoordinate due diligence and manage stakeholders for financing processesVerify project inputs and collaborate with subject matter expertsAssist in negotiating term sheets and review accuracy of model inputsContribute to investment committee presentations and support project milestonesProvide analytical support in PPA execution, design optimization, and contract negotiationStay updated on industry trends and deal flowHandle ad-hoc tasks as needed Requirements: Strong financial modeling skillsExcellent communication skillsKnowledge of renewable energy finance or power markets preferredKnowledge of VBA is a plus1-3 years' experience in investment banking or financial analysisBachelor's degree in a quantitative fieldWillingness to relocate or work remotely
The role is one of strong leadership and credible representation of the Organisation, with all stakeholders and potential partners, as well as within the Organisation.Key responsibilities are as follows:o Liaison with potential partners:▪ Develop relationships with industry players and potential partners for the organisation in the country▪ Negotiate, structure, and implement one or more strategic partnerships in the Philippineso Due diligence and analysis of project information:▪ Review and extract relevant project information (project planning, permitting, land/seabed lease, supplier/EPC contracts, grid connection, financing and PPA/offtake agreements)▪ Perform due diligence on this documentation; summarise key technical, commercial and financial risks and opportunities to support financial close / investment committee processeso Develop, review and optimise the project business case:▪ Drive business case development, optimisation and risk management, discussing with partners to form an aligned, factual and realistic case▪ Highlight deviations between the Organisation investment committee business case (considering DEVEX, CAPEX and OPEX) and evolving realities on-the-groundo Project development interface:▪ Assess project planning and development milestones in cooperation with and sometimes supporting Organisation network companies, flag risk items and make suggestions for optimal use of DEVEX and other actions to overcome project obstacleso Manage third party consultants:▪ Manage contracts and deliverables from technical and regulatory/permitting consultancies, appointing new ones as requiredo Public and Regulatory Affairs (prior to appointment of full-time FTE)▪ Develop a strong network with relevant central government departments and drive liaison and influencing initiatives for the organisation▪ Manage local stakeholder groups/govt. close to project sites▪ Deliver analysis and advisory on key renewables policy and regulatory issues, evaluating key project risks and opportunities▪ Contribute to development of the organisation identity and public relations in the Philippineso Closely coordinate with investment teams on development:▪ Regular reporting on development status and due diligence▪ Hosting and coordination of project review committeeso Develop the foundations for development and execution organization in the Philippines▪ This position will be the first employee for the organisation in the Philippines, creating a fantastic opportunity to lay the foundations for and shape the organisation▪ Recruit immediate and future employees in line with business growth, and support with set-up of office / admin matters• Regular travel to visit project sites, as requiredEducation & Qualifications:• Bachelor’s degree in commerce, finance, law, or engineering• Key skills: Project, stakeholder, commercial and contract management
At this company, we raise the quality of life around the world by changing the way energy works. Everyone makes an impact every day in our small, global teams. Apply here to start an extraordinary career today.The Structured Origination Analyst is responsible for analysis, research, and transactional support for bilateral and RFP origination activity to support the company's wind, solar, energy storage asset development growth and existing structured products portfolio.Structured origination products include renewable portfolio PPAs, load following and carbon-free energy solutions, 24/7 carbon-free energy solutions, and more traditional PPAs, VPPAs, or other financial and physical instruments.Reporting to the Director of Structured Origination, this position will work closely with the entire origination team as well as the commercial and development teams in the AES Clean Energy business. The position will enjoy extensive opportunity to learn renewable origination in a variety of North American markets, as well as gain general energy market knowledge and transactional experience.Main ResponsibilitiesSupport the sourcing, negotiation, and execution of long-term power sale agreements with customers to facilitate the development of renewable assets, energy storage, while meeting customers' needs for sustainability and carbon-free goals. Prepare proposals and presentation materials for customers for both RFP processes as well as bilateral negotiations. Build and manage relationships with new and existing customers. Coordinate with internal teams such as Commercial, Development, Finance, Engineering, and other departments to deliver required deliverables for Structured PPA transactions. Prepare internal and external memos and presentations. Keep abreast of renewable energy opportunities and national trends impacting the future of renewable development opportunities and their competitiveness as they relate to customers. Support the development of uniform and consistent deal processes across the business.QualificationsBachelor's degree in Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Engineering, sciences, or equivalent. Knowledge of US energy markets. Understanding of renewable generation technology including wind, solar, and battery storage. Solid commercial mindset & ability to balance customer and business needs. Analytical and problem-solving skills with a high level of attention to detail. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Strong organization and time management skills. Solid Microsoft Office 365 knowledge including Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Teams, OneNote, SharePoint, etc. Familiarity with Salesforce or other CRM applications.
The client is a vertically integrated Independent Power Producer backed by KKR with a focus on utility-scale and distributed generation solar and storage projects across the United States.Position DescriptionThe client provides its customers with reliable, low-cost renewable products across the United States. This role is focused on origination with western market customers for new renewable development projects. The role is exclusively focused on utility-scale origination. Prior knowledge of, and relationships with western US utilities is a key requirement for this role. The candidate will be an active part of the team with regard to strategic decisions on pipeline development as well. Key activities will include arranging customer meetings, planning/managing/facilitating RFP responses, engaging in bilateral offers to utilities, and partial or full responsibility for PPA negotiations. Some familiarity with the C&I market is also beneficial and expected.OverviewThis origination role is responsible for leading and managing discussions, proposals, negotiations, and contracts for new generation and storage projects. Key to this role is managing the customer and prior experience working with western US customers and familiarity with their PPAs and negotiating points. In this role, the candidate will manage all dimensions of the origination and business transaction process.Specific Day-to-Day ActivitiesTrack and manage response to issued RFPsDevelop relationships with customers including a significant amount of travelFacilitate bilateral discussions and negotiations with customersDevelop a strategy in the RFP or bilateral procurement response processManage the pricing and proposal process for the project(s)Facilitate team engagement in pricing, in conjunction with development, E&C, finance, legal, etcWorks to creatively find the most cost-effective solutions to pricing projects and creating the greatest amount of value add for customersCoordinates issues among various subject matter experts (such as financial, procurement, engineering, permitting, legal)Assists in the evaluation of project value for any project M&ALeads and manages power purchase agreement negotiations (varies depending on experience)Performs other activities as needed for the roleRequired SkillsPrior experience negotiating and contracting with WECC customers required (prior experience and knowledge of CAISO or SPP is also beneficial)Understand and track power markets and transmission across the western USUnderstand electric power generation fundamentalsPersonal and communication skillsProject and process managementTime managementProblem-solvingFinancial knowledgeAdditional Helpful (but not required) SkillsTransmission knowledgeElectrical engineering knowledgeBattery storage-related experienceRequired QualificationsHigh School GraduateBachelor's or Equivalent ExperienceExperience: 3+ years in renewable or power origination; 8+ years power generation or related field experience
We are seeking a dynamic and passionate SCADA Execution Manager to lead a team of SCADA Project Engineers. In this role, you will be responsible for managing the execution of the SCADA process on a variety of utility-scale and distributed generation (DG) renewable projects, including solar, wind, battery energy storage systems (BESS), and hybrid power plants. Working closely with various SCADA vendors, engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firms, equipment manufacturers, utilities, and internal teams, you will ensure compliance with grid integration and operational requirements. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced manager to manage a team and participate in the technical engineering aspects of SCADA design and integration.Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Manage a team of SCADA Project Engineers: Oversee and provide technical supervision for the implementation of SCADA on multiple utility-scale renewable projects involving different technologies and architectures (solar, wind, BESS, hybrid, etc.). Project management: Maintain project awareness, mitigate risks, and assist in resolving technical and contractual challenges to ensure timely completion of the SCADA Scope of Work (SOW). Development of SCADA standards: Contribute to the development and maintenance of SCADA execution standards, including updating the SCADA SOW for submission with Request for Proposals (RFPs) to bidding EPCs. Standardization and process improvement: Establish standards and processes to ensure consistent execution of SCADA across multiple teams of SCADA Project Engineers. Team management: Effectively manage the SCADA Execution Project Engineering team, ensuring appropriate staffing levels for current and upcoming projects. Collaborate with the SCADA Development Engineer to assign projects to the suitable SCADA Project Engineers. Cross-team collaboration: Work closely with various teams, including Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), Interconnection, Development, Array Engineering, and High Voltage Engineering, to provide SCADA expertise and advice in advancing projects through different lifecycle stages. Lessons Learned and continuous improvement: Participate in Lessons Learned discussions and incorporate feedback into future SCADA SOW documents and RFPs to address scope gaps and enhance project execution. While not directly involved in individual projects, you will engage in the following activities with SCADA vendors, integrators, EPCs, equipment manufacturers, utilities, and internal teams: Review internal exhibits and prepare Scopes of Work (SOW) for SCADA bids, clearly delineating responsibilities and identifying scope gaps.Review and approve proposals.Collaborate with Telecoms, Information, and Operational Technology teams to ensure appropriate equipment selection, project networking, and reliable connectivity.Collaborate with HV/Substation engineering and management teams to ensure proper substation SCADA and Meter Integration, including the development of conceptual meter schemes for revenue and control purposes.Collaborate with Array Engineering and management teams to ensure effective SCADA integration for BESS, inverters, trackers, meteorological sensors, and other relevant components.Review and approve IFA, IFP, IFC, and As-Built SCADA Design packages, encompassing bills of material (BOM) and SCADA system designs, device and network spreadsheets, block and network diagrams.Create and review point lists in collaboration with SCADA vendors, utilities/ISOs/PPAs, equipment manufacturers, and other subsystem integrators.Develop and review Power Plant Controller (PPC) control logic narratives and schemes to ensure compliance with grid integration and operational requirements, encompassing controls for MW Curtailment and Charge/Discharge schemes for BESS, Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR), Frequency Response, Substation Controls, PV-BESS Hybrid controls, PV Tracker Controls, and various other subsystems. Skills and Experience: 5+ years
Location: Candidates must be in Denver, CO or San Fransisco, CA - offers a relocation package if needed As a global leader in the development and management of solar energy projects. We are a 50:50 joint venture with a mission to help drive the world's transition to low carbon energy. With solar set to increase tenfold in the next 20 years, we are well-positioned to capitalize on this growth. By joining the team, you will 'be the change' on the world's energy transition to a more sustainable future. We pride ourselves on our entrepreneurial spirit as we continue to push the boundaries of an ever-changing energy landscape. By choosing a career with us, you can expect a challenging and fulfilling role surrounded by people who are passionate and have brilliant ideas about sustainable technology, innovation and making the world a better place Duties and Responsibilities Own the project finance model for tax equity and debt financing processes from the initial capital raising stage through commercial operation date Prepare marketing materials for potential tax equity and debt providers Maintain transaction data rooms, coordinate due diligence process across the organization, and manage 3rd party consultants and stakeholders for M&A, debt and tax equity financing processes. Verify project inputs in financial models with internal subject matter experts related to revenue, operating expenses and capital expenditures Assist with negotiating term sheets by converting prospective terms into modeled analyses, and reviewing the accuracy of final tax equity and debt model inputs in the definitive documentation Help prepare investment committee presentations at key milestones in project lifecycle including term sheet execution and financial close Provide analytical support to various groups internally at key project milestones such PPA execution, design optimization, module procurement, and EPC contract negotiation Closely follow industry trends and competitors, including deal flow and transactions Other ad-hoc tasks as they arise Knowledge and Skillset Outstanding financial modeling skills Excellent written and oral communication skills, including comfort interacting with internal management and financing counterparties Knowledge of tax equity and debt structures in the renewable energy space; or conceptual understanding of power markets preferred Knowledge of VBA (a plus) Qualifications & Experience 0-1 years' experience in a transactional role (internships included), preferably in investment banking, working for a renewable energy development company (preferred), or in another role performing detailed financial analyses Bachelor's degree, ideally in a quantitative field A modelling test will be administered during the interview process Personal qualities Strong attention to detail and very organized Strong time management skills working with multiple stakeholders on tight timelines Able to adapt quickly to changing priorities, assignments, and roles Self-starter that takes initiative to optimize work products Ability and desire to work cross-functionally within the organization Strong interpersonal skills Renewable energy advocate
At our company, we raise the quality of life around the world by changing the way energy works. Everyone makes an impact every day in our small, global teams. Apply here to start an extraordinary career today. POSITION: Company CE Senior Engineer, SCADA Controls DEPARTMENT: Grid Integration / SCADA & Resource Integration REPORTS TO: Senior Manager, SCADA & Resource Integration LOCATION: Full-time Remote We are currently looking for a dynamic and passionate SCADA Controls & Commissioning Engineer to oversee multiple aspects of the company Execution process for our renewable resource projects (PV, BESS, Wind, Hybrid, etc) including the Controls build-out, NERC Compliance, and hand-off to our Operations team. This person will work with various SCADA vendors, EPCs, equipment manufacturers, utilities, and internal teams to meet all grid integration, NERC, and company operational requirements. This is a great opportunity for someone with Renewable Energy SCADA Controls experience and an understanding of NERC Compliance to strengthen their skills and drive our Clean Energy division to be an industry leader in the renewable sector. The position is remote and requires up to 10% travel to project locations. Principle Duties and Responsibilities: SCADA Controls: Subject Matter Expert for SCADA Control development, commissioning, and testing Thorough understanding of control requirements for each type of project (PV Solar, PV + BESS, Standalone BESS, Wind, etc) and implementation of control logic to achieve required plant operations taking into account requirements from the Off-Taker, Interconnecting Utility, ISO/RTO, and others. When multiple SCADA Vendors are participating in a single project, coordinate all control requirements/responsibilities amongst the various vendors to ensure logic development is understood and coordinated between the various Vendors Understanding of Substation design taking into account static reactive resources within the substation (capacitor/reactor banks) and other devices affecting SCADA controls (i.e. On-Load Tap Changers). Coordinate with SCADA Vendors to ensure control logic meets all grid code requirements (LGIA, PPA, NERC Inverter Based Resource Guidelines, IEEE 2800, etc) Drive coordination with Utilities and ISOs/RTOs to develop SCADA Control logic (both Real and Reactive power controls) that meet local area Grid Code requirements. Serve as the company SME to utilities that may be unfamiliar with Renewable Resources or concerned about their impact to the grid. Drive continuous improvement with various SCADA Vendors with the goal of our company being the industry leader in SCADA controls. Areas of continuous improvement include designing controls per industry recommendations/guidelines (NERC IBR Guidelines, IEEE 2800, lessons learned from Projects, etc) Develop and document company Standards for SCADA Controls and develop SCADA Controls philosophy documents Review and oversee HMI build-out to ensure all applicable pages are available in the HMI, all equipment and associated operations parameters are displayed in a logical/functional way, HMI controls are intuitive, and HMI is consistent amongst projects. Where multiple SCADA Vendors are involved in a project, coordinate various Vendors to ensure all control requirements are accounted for in the HMI. Drive commissioning controls testing and create/obtain documentation showing completion of testing, any required corrective actions, and company final acceptance of test results Review, provide feedback, and act as approver for contractor project deliverable items including: Control test plan/procedure, Controls Narrative, SCADA PPC/MPPC testing reports, and others as required by the SCADA Project Engineer Provide input to project metering design to ensure controls are coordinated with project metering.
At this company, we raise the quality of life around the world by changing the way energy works. Everyone makes an impact every day in our small, global teams. Apply here to start an extraordinary career today.The Owner's Engineer supports the development, construction, and financing of large-scale renewable energy projects by representing this company with financing parties, investors, lenders, and Independent Engineers.The Owner's Engineer becomes a member of a cross-functional engineering team and ensures that projects in development meet standards agreed to with financing parties and updates those standards to meet industry best practices. Strong communication and project management skills are required to manage the internal and external engineering resources needed to collect documentation, provide answers to due diligence questions, and ensure that projects meet quality and reliability expectations.The Owner's Engineer will be responsible for the technical documentation, required site visits, and Independent Engineering due diligence reports for photovoltaic, energy storage, wind, and hydroelectric generation facilities from 1 to 1000 MW in capacity.The successful candidate will have a depth of experience in the design, engineering, and analysis of photovoltaic and battery storage systems with transmission-level interconnections, as well as an in-depth understanding of the architectures and components to build such systems. Experience in all phases of energy project development is expected, from development to operations.The position is Remote with preference in San Francisco, CA, Salt Lake City, UT, or Louisville, CO, and may include up to 25% travel to project locations and partner offices.Key ResponsibilitiesOwner Representation - Represent this company's Owner's Engineer on wind, solar, energy storage, and hydroelectric projects while supporting project finance efforts for multiple projects. Promote Safety - Promote safety for all projects throughout the team. Development Support - Provide support to Origination, Development, and M&A teams for new and upcoming projects. Production Estimation and Report Evaluation - Review production estimates from (EPC) partners and Independent Engineering firms for validity. Project Engineering and Management Support - Work with this company's project teams to ensure quality projects are installed and maintained throughout the portfolio. Plan Review - Review plans and related technical documentation for approval and comment. Construction QA/QC - Work with construction teams to ensure that all technical and bank/Independent Engineering requirements are met for project finance, and projects meet this company's standards. Independent Engineer Review - Collect, organize, review, distribute Engineering and Construction related deliverables to Independent Engineering firms for their review, comment, and approval. Operating Facilities Support - Support this company's operating facilities for better efficiencies and operational performance. RCA - Participate in Root-Cause-Analysis efforts for failed equipment encountered during construction and operation. Structured Finance Support - Work integrally with this company's Internal Structured Finance team and Independent Engineering firms on technical due diligence for project financing (Tax Equity, Construction Finance, and Back-Leverage). IE Selection - Assist in the selection of Independent Engineers to confirm capabilities and suitability for project technology and project economics. Report Review - Review the closing Independent Engineer report drafts, construction site visit reports, construction supplement reports in conjunction with structured finance to ensure there are no errors or misrepresentation of the facts. Coordinate Site Visits - Coordinate directly with the Independent Engineer and onsite personnel to conduct construction site visits and Mechanical Completion visits. Attend Site Visits - Travel to sites throughout the project build-cycle to participate in meetings and inspections/field walks with EPCs, Independent Engineering representatives, and investors/financiers. Manage Timelines - This company expects to have about  Independent Engineer reports per year for utility-scale projects and  for distributed-scale projects. The engineering lead will maintain a schedule of issuances and make sure the Independent Engineer is on track to deliver reports in a timely manner. Diligence - The engineer will work to provide responses for diligence questions of the Independent Engineer for engineering-related items (e.g., designs, commissioning tests, reports, module equipment inspections). The engineer will maintain a database for engineering deliverables. Risk Statement Resolution - Identify statements of risk in reports and work with Project Engineers/PF team to resolve or bound. Coordination with Project Engineers - Coordinate bring-downs of production estimates based on Independent Engineer feedback. Identify differences between equity view and Independent Engineer assumptions, if any. Maintain a database of current estimates. Model Assumptions/Finance Initiatives - Lead engineering modeling initiatives that relate to the financial model (e.g., inverter reserve assumptions, degradation, tracker reserves, BESS post PPA operating expenses). Certificates - Coordinate with legal and Independent Engineer on form MC certificates, draw certificates, SC certificates, and reliance letters. Coordinate with the Independent Engineer in obtaining the executed copies of such certificates. Diligence - Work to provide responses for diligence questions for all items not related to engineering (permitting, IC, equipment contracts, etc.).Skills and QualificationsPrimary QualificationsUndergraduate degree in Engineering or equivalent technical field. 5+ years of professional experience in solar PV system design, development, and construction. Experience with construction site quality control activities and investor site visits. Experience with debt or tax equity financing practices, terminology, and requirements. Strong technical writing skills, with the ability to communicate complex technical topics to a non-engineering audience. Project and case management skills, including a strong aptitude for managing and prioritizing multiple projects and deadlines. Comfort with NEC and NESC code, as well as related codes such as IBC, NFPA 855. Strong proficiency with AutoCAD, PVsyst, and Microsoft Excel."Plus" QualificationsGraduate degree in Engineering. 2+ years of experience in energy storage, wind, or hydroelectric design and modeling. Professional Engineer qualification. Spanish language skills. OSHA
(Website Sr. PM Description)Primary Responsibilities:As the Sr. Solar Project Manager, you will manage the execution for the design and build out of C&I and community solar projects with a focus on the following aspects: Lead team through the execution phase of the project by hosting regular team meetings, ensure design, procurement, inspections, site visits and other aspects of project execution is being conducted on time to ensure proper project close out. Manage the project cycle for Projects and oversee all field teams and installation progress Engage cross-functional teams (e.g., field operations, sourcing, logistics, project finance, engineering, manufacturing, project controls, contract management) to ensure successful project execution Create and manage all aspects of the project schedule as it relates to permitting, material purchase and delivery and the construction process. Manage to multiple deadlines, included but not limited to internal, customer and third-party requirements. Manage budget with the purpose of minimizing the undesirable impact of unexpected changes while maximizing opportunities for margin enhancement through material purchases and subcontracting relationships, negotiations and improving construction and delivery process. Maximize cash flow by aggressively adhering to the project invoicing schedule and accurately document and submit all receivables, quantity as-builts, change orders and claims. Create project cost estimates and negotiate with subcontractors.. Define elements of work and develop scope of work for subcontracts and manage bid process for subcontracted work Oversee and review and/or develop the formal Scope of Work to be included in the Contractual documents Execute the project using the DSD Solar Quality Management and Assurance Program Establish regular communication with customer, deal team and subcontractor teams to guarantee an efficiently run project, continuously resolve issues, and ensure that all stakeholders are up to speed on project. Regularly report to manager on project metrics to forecast of cash flow and revenue recognition. Serve as primary site level customer contact during project execution phase. Communicate with owner/client on contractual obligations, schedules, and milestones Negotiate with owner/client initiated extra work, change of scope items, and contract deletions to maximize profits Ensure that project is constructed safely and in compliance with site and DSD safety program. Work with DSD safety officer on audit and safety evaluation process. Ensure all safety materials and documentation are onsite Review, negotiate and build project to the specifics within the governing contract and ensure all deliverables are completed and contract nuances are understood and followed. Actively develops client relations to generate opportunities for new work. Manage system commissioning and close out. Coordinate with utility interconnection teams Preferred Competencies: Preferably experience the solar energy industry, C&I and community solar specifically Experience as an owner's representative to manage a project per DSDs, installation standards, and into operation phase Experience with development, finance, as it relates to construction's role in the transaction Experience managing onsite witness testing, commissioning, inspection, turnover procedures, and COD requirements Knowledge of migrating portfolios of projects between development, finance, and into the construction process Solar engineering experience (PVsyst, Helioscope, etc.) Qualifications: Exceptional Communication Skills Ability to work remotely and independently and a self-starter High level of project construction knowledge and subcontractor relationships Ability to travel Solar project management experience or related field. Experience dealing with Federal, State and local agencies for permitting and entitlements Demonstrated skills in project planning software (e.g., Microsoft Project, Primavera.) Demonstrated computer skills, including Salesforce, Procore, NetSuite, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint Bachelors Degree in Engineering or Construction Management is preferred Experience in dealing with offshore procurement and Customs requirements Financial forecasting experience
As a Project Manager, you will be responsible for the development and realization of a multi-million investmentproject in line with the outlined objectives, business drivers and the Vattenfall project management model andgovernance. You will be supported by a project team from OU Heat Projects´ competence and resource pools, toolsand systems.You will be responsible for the day to day management of the project ensuring it is delivered safely, and withinrequired time, budget and quality.Typical responsibilities include:· Reinforcing robust management of health and safety to industry best practice· Planning, managing, executing and controlling the project with responsibility for budget, deadlines, quality,occupational safety and risk management, from concept development, construction to the start ofcommercial operation of a new plant· Development of the concrete project planning and control· Planning and definition of work packages for all parts of the project· Development and control/monitoring of contracts with suppliers and service providers· Coordination and determination of the planning results with the decision makers· Proactive management of the critical path and, execution of subordinate tasks· Reporting on key Performance Indices to target· Continuous management of various tiers of the project program· Leadership of the project multi-disciplinary team· Resourcing and cost management· Ensuring a high standard of information/ configuration management· Responsible for keeping the project running to time, cost and quality with support and input within a matrixorganizationTo be successful, you should bring: · University degree, preferably in an engineering or business discipline · You have a minimum of 5 years of experience as a project manager or other senior role in power, heat or CHP projects especially during development phase; experience with similar projects is preferred. · Negotiating skills, eagerness to understand the interests of counterparties, willingness to compromise and persuasiveness. · You gained proven multi-year project experience in a commercial area and technical area (mechanical engineering, electrical engineering/ I&C, process engineering, civil engineering), in particular in dealing with partner companies that have both partially joint and deviating business interests. · Financial and good basic mathematical skill to be able to judge the impact on the asset development on the position of various parties. · Project management qualification (e.g: IPMA certification or similar qualifications) · Proven experience in leading project teams in the Swedish market · You are an inspirational leader, working in teams motivates you, and you are able to build a bridge between the project and all internal and external stakeholders relevant for success · High degree of competence with software including: Office 365 suite (Word/ Excel Planner); MS Project To enjoy the work with us we believe you need to be or have: · A high performing individual with a drive to successfully accomplish what is set to be done · High communication and influencing skills, proficient at addressing executive to team audiences. · Adaptable, someone who can work successfully with uncertainty · Fluency in Swedish and English both in writing and speaking. · Willingness to travel in our other core countries. · Passionate about being part of the transformation taking place in the shift to a zero carbon energy sectoAs a Project Manager, you will be responsible for the development and realization of a multi-million investmentproject in line with the outlined objectives, business drivers and the Vattenfall project management model andgovernance. You will be supported by a project team from OU Heat Projects´ competence and resource pools, toolsand systems.You will be responsible for the day to day management of the project ensuring it is delivered safely, and withinrequired time, budget and quality.Typical responsibilities include:· Reinforcing robust management of health and safety to industry best practice· Planning, managing, executing and controlling the project with responsibility for budget, deadlines, quality,occupational safety and risk management, from concept development, construction to the start ofcommercial operation of a new plant· Development of the concrete project planning and control· Planning and definition of work packages for all parts of the project· Development and control/monitoring of contracts with suppliers and service providers· Coordination and determination of the planning results with the decision makers· Proactive management of the critical path and, execution of subordinate tasks· Reporting on key Performance Indices to target· Continuous management of various tiers of the project program· Leadership of the project multi-disciplinary team· Resourcing and cost management· Ensuring a high standard of information/ configuration management· Responsible for keeping the project running to time, cost and quality with support and input within a matrixorganizationTo be successful, you should bring: · University degree, preferably in an engineering or business discipline · You have a minimum of 5 years of experience as a project manager or other senior role in power, heat or CHP projects especially during development phase; experience with similar projects is preferred. · Negotiating skills, eagerness to understand the interests of counterparties, willingness to compromise and persuasiveness. · You gained proven multi-year project experience in a commercial area and technical area (mechanical engineering, electrical engineering/ I&C, process engineering, civil engineering), in particular in dealing with partner companies that have both partially joint and deviating business interests. · Financial and good basic mathematical skill to be able to judge the impact on the asset development on the position of various parties. · Project management qualification (e.g: IPMA certification or similar qualifications) · Proven experience in leading project teams in the Swedish market · You are an inspirational leader, working in teams motivates you, and you are able to build a bridge between the project and all internal and external stakeholders relevant for success · High degree of competence with software including: Office 365 suite (Word/ Excel Planner); MS Project To enjoy the work with us we believe you need to be or have: · A high performing individual with a drive to successfully accomplish what is set to be done · High communication and influencing skills, proficient at addressing executive to team audiences. · Adaptable, someone who can work successfully with uncertainty · Fluency in Swedish and English both in writing and speaking. · Willingness to travel in our other core countries. · Passionate about being part of the transformation taking place in the shift to a zero carbon energy secto
Department: EngineeringJob Location: BGC, PhilippinesReporting to: COO, APACSummary of Role:As Engineering Manager, you will oversee the engineering for a group of wind and solar projects located at diversity of places in the country. Primary responsibilities will include providing technical input to site selection, production of project specifications, managing consultants and contractors and providing input to contract documents for projects in all jurisdictions.What You Will Do: Assessing and quantifying ground risk and other engineering factors to assist with site selection primarily within the Philippines or other APAC markets if requiredDeveloping CAPEX and OPEX assumptions associated with differing ground conditions and foundation typesDevelopment of specifications for development projects to provide the basis for Environmental Impact AssessmentSpecify, tender and manage onshore and offshore survey works, including bathymetric surveys, geophysical surveys and geotechnical investigationManagement of contractors, subcontractors and partnersAssist with the preparation of Construction Contribute to project scheduling/ budgeting and risk managementContribute to assembly of and quality assurance checks for contract documentationSelection, co-ordination and management of External Design ConsultantsDevelopment of project schedules and project risk registersDevelopment of Construction strategiesDevelopment of Procurement strategies What We Require: Degree in Engineering (electrical or civil) with a minimum of 15 years of experienceA broad range of management experience and a proven record in projects engineering and construction is essentialEngineering and construction management experience in the renewable or electrical industry would be an advantageExperience on presenting to senior management at board level and be capable of managing internal and external resources with easeExperience in offshore wind site selectionKnowledge of offshore wind foundation types, ground conditions interpretation and foundation, array cable and turbine installation proceduresKnowledge of grid connection solutions for offshore windAbility to translate engineering issues into CAPEX and OPEX assumptionsKnowledge of the Offshore windfarm development and foundation design processExperience in geotechnical engineering is an advantageExperience in the preparation of construction contract documentsUnderstanding of solar and wind turbine technology and the issues involved with grid connectionsExperience in the preparation of technical specifications and other technical documentsKnowledge of Health and Safety legislation and in particular, Health and Safety issues offshoreExperience in tender/bid evaluationExperience in conducting technical and commercial negotiations with EPC contractors/grid Companies etc.IT literateExcellent verbal / written communication skillsStrong report writing skills
Manager of EngineeringLocation: California, USAClient: Energy Storage Solutions ProviderPosition DescriptionThe Manager of Engineering leads multiple engineering groups, representing the client to the public and senior management. The position involves strategic planning, work allocation, and resource management related to new product innovation and development. Employee performance management and professional development are also part of the job scope.Job Responsibilities Participate in strategic and long-term planning for the assigned engineering departments and develop goals and objectives aligned with the client's strategy.Lead the development of methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for new product innovation and/or development. Evaluate the progress of new product development (NPD) projects.Authorize the spending of development initiatives to support the budget for assigned areas.Work on complex issues that require in-depth knowledge of the company, leading the engineering team through technical problem-solving for new product innovation and/or development projects.Regularly interact with executives and major customers.Direct the work of groups of employees through managers.Perform other duties as assigned. Job Skills Requirements Demonstrated management, business, and operations management skills.Strong analytical, organizational, and reasoning skills/abilities.Results-oriented with the ability to balance other business priorities.Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously.Proven leadership skills.Excellent presentation, written, and interpersonal communication skills.Fluent in English and the primary language used in the area of responsibility and/or location. Education Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or related field, or equivalent education and experience. Experience Requirements Minimum of 10 years of experience in engineering or a related field.5 years of leadership or management experience preferred.