- Location: Riverside
- Salary: $50 per hour
This role is 100% traveling and GSA per diem is offered based on the site location. Key Responsibilities: Conduct routine quality control tests and inspections on renewable energy equipment and systemsPreparation, implementation, training, and tracking of the Inspection Test Plan (ITP) with support of the Subject Matter Experts (SME)Maintain accurate records of test results and report any anomalies or deviations to the Quality Control ManagerTroubleshoot issues with BESS equipment and systems to identify and resolve defects and ensure optimal performanceCollaborate with cross-functional teams, including engineers, project managers and contractors to ensure compliance with project specifications and quality standardsPerform regular audits of project sites and production facilities to ensure compliance with quality standards and regulatory requirementsAudits and inspections of project QC.Audits of project documentation and job books for accuracy and completeness. Requirements: Associates or Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related fieldMinimum 2-5 years QA/QC experience is required within the Wind/Solar or Renewable Energy Construction Industry.Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical background experience Strong knowledge of renewable energy technologies, equipment and systemsExperience in quality control testing and inspectionsAbility to read and interpret technical drawings and specificationsProficiency in using testing equipment and toolsExcellent problem-solving skills and attention to detailStrong communication skills and ability to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teamsKnowledge of quality standards and regulations in the renewable energy industry
At the 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 Wind Senior Project Engineer will be responsible for wind projects throughout the entire project life cycle in development, construction, and operation. Responsibilities include the following (including managing consultants as necessary):Due Diligence review of M&A projects/portfolios Constructability guidance and support for prospecting team Preliminary Balance of Plant (BOP) design - site civil, turbine foundation, collection, substation, gen-tie Geotechnical investigations Micrositing for turbine positions, collection/road/gen-tie routing, and substation/switchyard location Preparation of inputs for permitting Preparation of Requests for Proposals from BOP contractors, switchyard contractors, and turbine suppliers Managing Request for Proposal process, performing bid comparison, and making recommendation for award Negotiating BOP and TSA contracts BOP and switchyard design reviews Vetting change order requests from contractors Answering Requests for Information (RFI) from contractors Working with Project Manager during construction to manage contractors and provide company oversight of project execution Helping steer construction such that the work is done safely and the finished product is high quality, on/under budget, and on/ahead of schedule. Senior Project Engineers serve as the single point-of-contact for technical and engineering matters for all assigned projects. The Senior Project Engineer functions as the overall technical lead and engages internal and external SMEs throughout the project life, as needed, but retains overall ownership and responsibility at all times. Excellent communication, task management, and planning skills are needed, in addition to technical breadth.The successful candidate will have a depth of experience in the design, engineering, and analysis of wind projects, as well as an in-depth understanding of the architectures and components to build such systems.The position is in Louisville, CO, and may include up to 25% travel to project locations and partner offices.Key ResponsibilitiesProject ExecutionProject Scope of Work and design standards development Seek and evaluate proposals for engineering services Coordinate engineering consultants to develop project construction drawings and support material Review and comment on design deliverables provided by consultants and contractors for the construction of projects Respond to contractor RFIs during the course of construction Perform QA/QC field inspections and punch list development Perform Job Safety Assessments and Safety Walks to identify job-site hazards Review commissioning reports and analyze system performance Budget development and key financial inputs Project DevelopmentTechnical project due diligence and project engineering design review Equipment review and selection Engineering Procurement and Construction contract support Turbine Supply Agreement contract support Engineering SupportDesign optimization to maximize reliability and reduce cost Collaborate with Operations and Maintenance team to troubleshoot existing systems or develop repair and remediation plans Growth and LeadershipImprove and develop processes for the execution of safe, quality, and high-performance projects Mentor and educate the team on changing trends in technology, best practices, and safety Participate in the company's growth planning process by contributing to process improvement task forces and other strategic planning activities Skills and QualificationsPrimary QualificationsUndergraduate degree in Engineering or equivalent technical field 5 – 10 years of professional experience in wind system design, development, construction, and analysis Experience with design, construction, and operations for the following wind project components: MV collection system (underground and overhead) Substation Gen-tie Interconnection switchyard Site civil Turbine foundation Geotechnical Strong proficiency with AutoCAD, GIS software, and Microsoft Excel "Plus" Qualifications10+ years of professional experience in wind system design, development, construction, and analysis 2+ years of experience with energy storage systems and/or PV system design and modeling Graduate degree in Engineering EIT or PE qualifications Experience with AutoCAD, ArcGIS, Matlab, ETAP, PSS/E, and other advanced modeling tools Substation/HV design experience OSHA 10-hr or comparable job-site safety certification The company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to building strength and delivering long-term sustainability through diversity and inclusion. Respecting all backgrounds, differences, and perspectives enables us to improve the lives of our people, customers, suppliers, contractors, and the communities in which we live and work. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, race, national origin, ethnicity, age, religion, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable law. E-Verify Notice: The company will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with information from each new employee's I-9 to confirm work authorization.
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
We are currently searching for a Renewables Acquisition Lead to identify, develop and manage new investment opportunities. You would work on a range of key projects that are enabling the energy transition, including progressing several renewables/business development opportunities in the UK. This company is currently working on some of the most exciting renewables development projects and the addition of an ambitious and qualified individual will allow them to bring it in to reality.As Acquisition Lead, you will work as part of a team on overseeing successful delivery of business development opportunities in renewable technologies (onshore / offshore wind, solar, renewable enabling and new technologies such as hydrogen). Duties in these projects will involve: Reviewing and screening acquisition project material and assess potential renewables acquisitions in terms of their strategic commercial attractivenessCoordinating between providers of inputs to the model and the financial modellersPreparing and presenting papers to the BD board and preparing subsequent offer lettersMaintaining relationships with key external stakeholders and JV partners businesses on behalf of each of the projects You will be expected to: Ensure that the acquisitions process is managed using the appropriate methodologies and reporting requirementsEnsure that the acquisitions team is sufficiently resourced and motivated on a given acquisitions projectEnsure Procurement procedures are adhered to and that BD and Purchase approvals for a given acquisition are procured on timeBe fully informed of industry issues which may impact the project design and ensure that this information feeds into the decision-making processContribute to the review of and negotiation of Share Purchase Agreements, Shareholders Agreements, and other related transaction documentationOccasionally, engage with landowners and co-ordinate planning applications for renewables enabling technologies If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
My client is a leading Irish based utility scale, solar & storage developer bringing projects from origination through development. Their portfolio of projects total 6GWs of Solar and 3Gw of storage. You will be joining the highly skilled team at the forefront of the energy transition playing a central role in successfully growing and implementing their pipeline. The successful candidate should have 7 years' minimum experience in construction management and site experience of renewable energy projects along with a strong technical knowledge of all relevant Construction and Health & Safety standards and regulations across the UK and Ireland. Responsibilities include: Support the negotiation of efficient and cost-effective contracts for project delivery where requiredMaintain and manage close working relationships with EPC contractors throughout the construction processCo-ordinate with the wider project delivery team to ensure projects are constructed in a safe, efficient, and cost-effective mannerCo-ordinate Owner’s Engineer services on site
A day in the life of the Field Services Team Leader will include, but is not limited to:1. Lead and support the team of technicians in their assigned location/region in performing preventive & corrective maintenance and supporting ongoing construction activities.2. Plan, coordinate and manage the safe, efficient, and reliable delivery of field services to facilities and assist the Regional Field Services Manager in planning to meet regional maintenance obligations.3. Work closely with the Regional Manager, Engineering team, and others to remediate site issues and enhance the operating portfolio’s performance.4. Coordinate and manage contractors engaged to support maintenance activities and ensuring safety procedures are followed.The successful candidate will have a depth of experience in the operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of AC and DC electrical systems of varying types and voltages – experience working with PV solar systems, Battery Energy Storage systems, substations. This position will be based in Arizona with occasional regional travel to support our portfolio in the Western U.S. Mountain States. (ID, UT, CO)Key Responsibilities· Lead solar PV site, BESS, and substation operations and maintenance efforts, including advanced troubleshooting, in accordance with applicable safety and environmental obligations – Responsible for the Preventive and Corrective O&M activities assigned to the team.· Stop unsafe work, report and correct unsafe conditions or hazards – review and submit applicable accident / incident report. Work with and support Regional Safety Committee.· Working with Regional O&M Manager, provide performance and developmental leadership and feedback to the members of the region’s team (typically 4-10 technicians).· Identify opportunities for continuous improvement of O&M activities to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable delivery of field services.· Support, or lead as necessary, warranty claims processes with EPC providers and equipment vendors.· Ensure standard maintenance for vehicles and equipment and assist in addressing repair needs, coordinate usage of shared equipment.· Schedule and implement site training and qualification efforts.· Assist in third-party contractor and vendor identification and onboarding– develop work scopes and manage and schedule contractors as needed.· Establish and maintain an annual on-call schedule and communicate that schedule as needed to internal and external parties; respond to “after-hours” emergency situations as necessary.· Ensure timely, complete, and high-quality documentation related to O&M activities, including but not limited to service tickets, maintenance reports, switching orders, and safety-relateddocumentation (such as JHAs/JSAs, Safe Work Permits, LOTO, Energized Electrical Work Permits, Excavation Permits, etc.).· Assist in team adoption of computerized maintenance management system (CMMS).· Work with Engineering to review investigation results and/or recommendations from OEMs and institute plant solutions/modifications, document through change management system.· Ensure accurate tracking of inventory levels – initiate re-order of consumables and spare parts as needed.· As needed, participate in the construction/commissioning of the facilities within the region to ensure a high-quality build, successful commissioning, timely project punch list closeout, and smooth transition of responsibility to the Operations team.· Ensure compliance with all applicable safety and environmental requirements, regional and federal regulations, and company policies.· Stay abreast of applicable technical & safety standards and share with team.· Facilitate effective communication for all activities using phone, email, and other business software such as our Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).· Perform/lead other duties and administrative tasks as assigned by Region Manager.Skills and Qualifications· Demonstrated ability to lead a team and achieve goals. 3 years or more supervisory experience is a plus.· Knowledgeable in the systems, processes and protocols guiding the operations and maintenance of industrial PV solar plants and electrical systems (OSHA standards, NFPA 70e, Lockout/ Tagout/ Grounding, etc.). Operation of SEL relays, Pad Mounted Switch Gear, Re-Closers,· Appropriate Electrical trade qualification with at least 5-years working on utility scale electrical systems.· Experience working with C&I or utility scale PV systems required, Battery Energy Storage systems a plus. Experience with utility size PV Solar inverters: AE 1000NX, AE 500NX, SMA SC2200(Kodiak), TMEIC, and Sungrow inverters.· PV Array Tracker systems: ATI (V2, V2.5, V3), NEXTracker, & Voyager.· Competence with relevant computer systems including but not limited to CMMS, DAS/SCADA, equipment-specific maintenance programs, and Microsoft Office programs.· Must live in or be willing to relocate to Arizona within a reasonable proximity of our portfolio· Ability to work remotely and utilize technology to stay connected to the local team, as well as colleagues at administrative offices.· Ability to lead a team and achieve goals with minimum direct supervision and high degree of self-motivation and reliance.· High degree of commitment to a quality safety culture and an incident-free work environment.· NFPA 70E and OSHA 30 Certification strongly preferred.· College degree in a related field a plus.· Ability to read and interpret equipment/facility schematics, maintenance instructions, procedures/manuals, process/procedure documents.· Personal values consistent of: Safety First, Highest Standards, and All Together.· Ability to excel in a collaborative, cross-functional and geographically diverse organization.· Excellent English written and verbal communication skills.· Positive, professional, and collaborative work ethic.· Detail oriented, high-energy, adept at problem solving and time management in sometimes high stress situations, highly organized.Work Environment· May be required to work around rotating and energized equipment, hazardous materials, and chemicals.· Occasionally requires lifting as appropriate to perform duties and responsibilities.· Occasional non-standard work hours as required to maintain necessary plant readiness.· Working outside in a normal solar power plant and/or office environment, including high/low ambient temperatures and high/low humidity areas, and possibly working at heights.· Requires standing, sitting, walking, kneeling, twisting, climbing stairs and ladders, and entering plant equipment to access, inspect, or collect data on plant equipment.· As necessary, travel regionally in a company provided service vehicle and use regional air travel to support company’s solar and storage assets· Must maintain a valid driver’s license.
As the Associate Director | Ornithology Technical Lead based in the Uk & Ireland you will be leading a range of projects, the focus will be on major infrastructure/ DCO projects within the renewable sphere. You will be responsible management and development of a team of ornithologists. It is essential that you are a competent and highly experienced Ornithologist: 7+ years experience as an OrnithologistProject management experience This is a really great opportunity to join an expanding team with that is leading the renewable market: A main focus of the role will be acting as ornithology technical lead for a range of projects, including technical review of documents, provision of technical advice to clients, liaison with consultees and production of EcIA and HRA reports.Management and development of small teamsSuccessful delivery of survey programmes, presentation of date and review of baseline reportsDrafting proposals for new projects This is an opportunity that could fast track your career financially and professionally and there is no better time to do it! If interested please apply via the link on this page with your up-to-date CV. For any questions, please reach out on: E: firstname.lastname@example.orgT: 0141 212 4804 *Location for this role is flexible, to all of the UK and Ireland*
There is an exciting opportunity for an Marine sector lead to join a UK based team of marine environment specialists to support the development of the international portfolio of marine consulting work. We are looking for a candidate who has a marine ecology (benthic habitats, intertidal ecology, fish ecology) background and is able to apply their expertise and understanding of the interaction of development (particularly offshore wind projects). Prior relevant experience in marine and coastal survey, impact assessment, engagement in key areas including biodiversity net gain and a personal passion for working in the marine environment. Lead marine ecology related workstreams;- Providing technical advice and strategic direction to our existing clients and projects;- Excellent scientific and technical writing skills, including impact assessments and/or HRAs- Contribute to and/or lead on stakeholder liaison; and- Project management experience; project planning, processes, risk management, earned value, problem solving and project budgets on high value assignments.- Effectively plan, project manage and deliver work on deadlines, in a fast-paced environment.- Familiar with marine infrastructure developments and related environmental issues (such as offshore wind). If interested please apply via the link on this page with your up-to-date CV.For any questions, please reach out on: E: email@example.comT: 0141 212 4804 *Location for this role is flexible, to all of the UK and Ireland*
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
Job Title: High Voltage Substation Project ManagerPosition Overview:We are seeking a highly skilled Engineering Manager with experience in high voltage substations. The candidate will be responsible for aligning QA/QC processes, providing oversight of engineering, and overseeing design stage deliverables for substation and interconnection facilities.Responsibilities: Collaborate with SCADA + engineers in different departments to align QA/QC processProvide oversight of engineeringOversee design stage deliverables for substation and interconnection facilitiesEnsure adherence to project schedules, budgets, and specificationsMaintain effective communication with stakeholdersPrepare progress reports and presentations Requirements: 5+ years of experience as a Project Manager working on high voltage substationsTechnical background in high voltage ( >65kV+ ) substation engineeringExperience with substation design and settings is highly desirableBachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field is preferred but not requiredPE certification is a plus
Contracts Manager FoundationsSpencer Ogden are pleased to be partnered with a leading Energy provider, spearheading the Energy Transition, looking to diversify from and build on their Oil & Gas roots. Our partners are looking to bring on a Contracts Manager to help drive and shape the company’s growth within the industry.As Contracts Manager, you will partner with Project Directors as Commercial Lead to optimise contracting strategies and maximise value in the procurement, contracting and negotiation process of project contracts while leading a team of Contracts Foundations Specialists. Duties in these projects will involve: Leading a negotiating team during demanding Contract negotiationsManaging interfaces between internal and external stakeholders to ensure contracts are optimised for the businessProviding direction to the evaluation team with a focus on specification review, equipment selection, commercial and negotiation strategy You will be expected to: Support an integrated portfolio approach to procuring goods and services and offer advice as requiredProvide commercial input into business development, specific market analysis projects, and other transaction support activitiesLead discussion with Procurement to devise strategy for development of competitive procurement processesDay-to-day management of the evaluation team with a focus on specification review, equipment selection, commercial and negotiation strategy to guarantee financeable contractsAttend supplier meetings/discussions and guide the team on addressing topics related to the technical & commercial aspects of the EPC or other contractsProvide commercial input into procurement strategies and evaluations, and develop cost optimisationsParticipate in and contribute to due diligence reports of potential acquisitions opportunities The right candidate will have: 10+ relevant experienceProven contract management skills coupled with a track record in delivering large complex projects including providing contractual input to large offshore wind projectsA comprehensive understanding of offshore wind projects, industry and supply chain If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
About the job My Client is resourcing for a Senior Energy Storage Consultant, this is an extremely exciting opportunity to join a world leading consultancy and a well established and market leading storage team. Projects are predominately located throughout the UK and Ireland. Strong Energy Storage (BESS) technical understanding and wider market understanding is required. Main duties of the role: Executing energy storage related projects, Technical due diligence Procurement support, preparation of tender documentation, Employer’s Requirements, contract negotiations Owner’s Engineering support, design reviews and site visits construction monitoring and witnessing of commissioning and testing Project management The role has a fantastic salary, bonus and benefits package. This is a great opportunity to work for a global leading consultancy in the Energy Storage space, being at the forefront of Energy Storage and emerging technologies.