- Location: Englewood
- Salary: $42 - 44 per hour
The Assistant Project Controls Specialist will support all aspects of project controls and reporting, including, project change management, cost control, progress measurement, schedule development and schedule control. Assist with developing, implementing and maintaining a cost management reporting data warehouse to produce valuable program controls reports and data.
- Perform project planning and scheduling tasks.
- Coordinate project schedules and assist with the development of scheduling reports.
- Coordinate project set-up in the Enterprise Planning & Controls software.
- Review data; maintain logs; and run reports in the Enterprise Planning & Controls software or other tools.
- Validate Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
- Perform budget tracking against Purchase Orders or Subcontracts.
- Assist with upstream (prime contract) / downstream (PO & subcontract) change orders.
- Document changes to cost reports or forecasts.
- Assist with the development of a cash flow.
- Assist with the development of Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 schedules.
- Complete schedules and diagrams in Microsoft Visio.
- Apply logic ties within the schedule.
- Document schedule progress.
- Perform resource loading of a schedule.
- Develop a earned value tracking document.
- Integrate data from one program to another.
- Assist quality checks and inspections on project controls deliverables.
- All other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management or related field. Applicable experience may be substituted for the degree requirement.
- Experience with Oracle Primavera P6.
- Ability to work independently, think creatively and analytically, and make quick and sound decisions.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office.
- May be required to obtain an OSHA 10 hour safety certification.
- Willingness to accept long term field assignments
- Salary$42 - 44 per hour
Description:The Assistant Project Controls Specialist will support all aspects of project controls and reporting, including, project change management, cost control, progress measurement, schedule development and schedule control. Assist with developing, implementing and maintaining a cost management reporting data warehouse to produce valuable program controls reports and data. Perform project planning and scheduling tasks.Coordinate project schedules and assist with the development of scheduling reports.Coordinate project set-up in the Enterprise Planning & Controls software.Review data; maintain logs; and run reports in the Enterprise Planning & Controls software or other tools.Validate Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).Perform budget tracking against Purchase Orders or Subcontracts.Assist with upstream (prime contract) / downstream (PO & subcontract) change orders.Document changes to cost reports or forecasts.Assist with the development of a cash flow.Assist with the development of Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 schedules.Complete schedules and diagrams in Microsoft Visio.Apply logic ties within the schedule.Document schedule progress.Perform resource loading of a schedule.Develop a earned value tracking document.Integrate data from one program to another.Assist quality checks and inspections on project controls deliverables.All other duties as assigned. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management or related field. Applicable experience may be substituted for the degree requirement.Experience with Oracle Primavera P6.Ability to work independently, think creatively and analytically, and make quick and sound decisions.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Proficient with Microsoft Office.May be required to obtain an OSHA 10 hour safety certification.Willingness to accept long term field assignments
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationNewport Beach
Our client is a leading developer, owner, and operator of utility-scale energy storage projects across North America. They are at the forefront of the fast-growing battery energy storage market and are helping to transition the nation's electric grid to a cleaner and more reliable future. Their storage projects provide major utilities with a multitude of important services, including reliable fast-ramping capacity, energy and ancillary grid services, including renewable energy integration support.The client is independently owned and is among the largest players in the US energy storage sector, with a 15+ GWh pipeline, including about 1.7 GWh of projects in operation, construction, or advanced development under contract with utilities and other power buyers. They are headquartered in California, with employees in multiple regions across the U.S. Their diverse management team has many decades of experience in the renewable energy, utility, and independent power sectors.CultureAt the client company, every employee makes an impact on the company's growth and profitability every day. They have a fast-paced, high-performance, and team-oriented culture. They value quality of life and flexibility for their employees and strive to help their team members achieve their career goals.Job DescriptionOur client is seeking motivated and energetic candidates to join their team as a Project Manager or Sr. Project Manager to support the development and execution of several sequential utility-scale battery energy storage projects from late-stage development through commissioning. The Project Manager will report to the company's Director of Construction.The Project Manager will work closely with the Project Developer during the development process and ensure a proper handoff to the project team during late-stage development. During project execution, the Project Manager will manage the project design, permitting, contractor and vendor selection and contracting, and all construction and commissioning activities culminating with turnover to Asset Management (Operations). The Project Manager will be ultimately responsible for the project schedule and budget. The Project Manager will collaborate with the project team, including the Project Engineer and Construction Manager, during project execution.Key Responsibilities• Overall responsibility for the project schedule and budget.• Manage engineering consultants with support from the engineering team during project development, permitting, pre-construction, and construction.• Support project objectives by reviewing and approving project engineering proposals and design documents during pre-construction and construction.• Maintain an engineering issues log, RFI log, and submittal log during project execution and identify project responsibilities and assign personnel to tasks with definitive due dates.• Prepare and manage the overall project schedule through commissioning, COD, and handoff to asset management, tracking to major project milestones throughout and reporting weekly on schedule variances.• Prepare bid documents for contractor and subcontractor selection, including scopes of work and work schedules.• Support procurement of owner-supplied equipment and manage vendors through contracting, delivery, and installation of major equipment.• Facilitate and lead meetings with the project team, maintaining meeting minutes and identifying project responsibilities and assigning personnel to tasks with definitive due dates.• Prepare project status reports on a weekly and monthly basis during project execution for internal management review and investor/board updates.• Ensure project design complies with federal, state, and local regulations. Responsible for securing all permits required for construction and operation of the project.• Prepare the initial project budget with the finance team. Ultimately responsible for the project budget during execution, including weekly and monthly updates on budget variances.• Maintain a risk register to identify and communicate key risks throughout project execution.• Track performance and analyze the completion of key goals during project execution. Maintain production logs for work put in place for future reference for project lessons learned, and schedule and budget forecasting.
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Position: Cost AnalystLocation: Remote Overview:The Project Controlling - Cost Analyst plays a crucial role in project management by providing expertise in cost control and financial analysis. This role involves analyzing project budgets, tracking expenses, monitoring financial performance, and generating reports to support informed decision-making. The Project Controlling Cost Analyst collaborates with various stakeholders, including project managers, engineers, and finance teams, to ensure projects and project portfolios meet their financial objectives. Primary Responsibilities:Cost Control and Budgeting: Prepare and analyze project budgets based on cost estimates and scope of work.Identify cost drivers and potential risks that may impact project budgets.Assist in developing cost control strategies and implementing cost-saving measures. Cost Tracking and Reporting: Monitor project expenses and track costs against budgeted amounts.Review and analyze financial data to identify trends and variances.Prepare regular cost reports, forecasts, and financial summaries for project stakeholders.Provide timely updates on project financial status, highlighting areas of concern or potential cost overruns Change Management: Assess and analyze change requests and their potential impact on project costs.Collaborate with project managers to evaluate change order proposals.Track and document approved changes, ensuring proper integration into project budgets and financial records. Risk Analysis: Conduct risk assessments related to project costs and financial performance.Identify potential risks and develop contingency plans to mitigate their impact.Analyze historical cost data to support accurate cost forecasting and risk identification. Cost Control Processes: Establish and maintain effective cost control processes and procedures.Implement tools and systems to streamline cost tracking and reporting.Identify opportunities for process improvement and recommend best practices. Stakeholder Collaboration: Collaborate with project managers, engineers, and other stakeholders to understand project requirements and financial objectives.Provide financial insights and recommendations to support decision-making.Communicate effectively with project teams and stakeholders regarding cost-related matters. Education: Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred.5 – 7 years of experience in project controls or project management with a focus in a cost analyst role. Technical: Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.Preferred experience with Procore, Quickbase, and Power BI.Knowledge of project scheduling and Earned Value Management (EVM) concepts.Knowledge of industry standards and regulations related to cost control and project management (e.g., PMBOK, AACEI) is a plus. This position will report to the Project Controlling manager.
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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.
- Salary$130k - 150k per year + W2 employment, employer paid medical and dental
**this is a 6 month contract to direct hire opportunity100% remote- work from home anywhere within the United States**NO sponsorship available! Only US based candidates apply! Overview:As a Senior Protection & Control Engineer, you will be responsible for designing and implementing protection and control engineering activities for high voltage substation and transmission projects. You will utilize your knowledge of protective relaying and control systems to contribute to EPC substation and transmission projects.Responsibilities:• Perform analysis and design of Protection Systems for HV substation/ and FACTS • Develop substation relaying & metering diagrams (i.e. Single line/A.C./D.C. schematic diagrams) • Develop the substation communication and network diagram • Prepare specification & Bill of Material for Protection/Control/Metering/RTU/ Communication Panels • Develop Protection and Control Panel layouts. • Develop Protection and Control Panel wiring diagrams. • Develop Cable Schedule for Substation. • Perform Factory Acceptance Test for Protection and Control Panels. • Perform reviews of work performed by others • Work closely with other engineering and design team members to coordinate overall design package and requirements • Perform relay coordination study and develop the relay settings file • Coordinate with supplier and contractors • Flexibility to travel locally and internationally to customer meetings and project sites, with an approximate travel of 25%.Qualifications:• Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with a power systems emphasis from an ABET-accredited engineering program; Master's degree preferred. • 8 years or more of experience with a focus on protection/control/communications design for high voltage substations. • Experience in Communication Network Technologies • Experience in Communication protocols such as IEC61850, DNP, Modbus, … • Experience in writing and providing support documentation for relay calculations. • Knowledge on ANSI standards, IEC standards knowledge is a plus. • Experience with various vendor protective relay equipment typically used in substation. protection, including SEL, Siemens, GE. • Familiarity with Auto-CAD or Micro-Station. • Good communication skills. • Professional Engineering license is preferred. • Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States without need for current or future employer-sponsored work authorization. Siemens Energy employees with current visa sponsorship may be eligible for internal transfers.
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationKansas City
As an I&C engineer, work with a team of I&C engineers and designers, and other disciplines, to perform detail engineering, including front-end planning work, develop I&C quantities and cost estimation, conduct conceptual studies, perform technical quality reviews, attend Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT), and support construction & commissioning activities . Work under a direct supervision of an I&C lead or work independently on smaller projects or standalone activities. Knowledge of instrumentation and control systems (PLC/DCS) is required.Prepare instruments and control system specifications, instrument inquiry/bid packages, technical bid summaries, and purchase recommendations.Conduct review of instrument and control systems vendor drawings and data. Interface with suppliers, clients, other engineering disciplines, and detailers/designers.Participate in the development of P&ID's and equipment/construction subcontract package specifications.Develop instrument index, I/O list, cause & effect and logic diagrams, and control narratives.Work with the India I&C team and other disciplines to produce I&C engineering and design deliverables.Work with clients and vendors for information required to complete engineering design deliverables on schedule and building long working relationship.Interface and support construction personnel directly from the office and support construction and pre-commissioning activities in the field, as required.Work with SmartPlant Instrumentation (SPI) and other smart tools to produce engineering and design deliverables.Able to support construction and startup & commission activities in the field, as required Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Chemical Engineering from accredited program required.Engineer-In-Training (EIT) Certification recommended.3 years related experience. Completion of master's degree in related field may be substituted for one year of experience. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.Attention to detail.Ability to clearly communicate both verbal and written technical information.Must be proficient in the use of computer software (i.e., MS-Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access).Valid driver's license required. Must be willing and able to obtain, or currently hold a valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).
- Salary$40k - 80k pro Jahr
Wenn Du die Welt zum Besseren verändern, und aktiv zur Energiewende beitragen möchtest, dann bist Du bei uns genau richtig!Wir sind Lösungsanbieter für Solaranlagen, die intelligent mit Ladeinfrastruktur, Stromspeicher und zahlreichen Energiequellen vernetzt werden können.Um sich unabhängig von den steigenden Energiekosten zu machen, nutzen wir hier das enorme Flächenpotenzial der Dächer von größeren Unternhemen.Die Basis unserer Arbeit ist das New Work Konzept. Du möchtest Verantwortung für die Energie- und Mobilitätswende übernehmen? Dann bewirb dich jetzt als Controller/ Junior Controller und werde Teil der Veränderung.Aufgaben Erstellung der Kostenstellen- und Kostenträgerrechnungkomplettes Reporting inklusive KommentierungBudgetplanung, Monitoring und ForecastNutzen der Controlling-InstrumenteBegleitung bei der Weiterentwicklung und Automatisierung Mitarbeit an Monats-, Quartals- und Jahresabschlüssen Qualifikation Ausbildung/Studium + mehrjährige Erfahrung im ControllingSicherheit im Umgang mit der IT Diskretion, Zuverlässigkeit und EigenständigkeitStrukturierte Abreitsweise im Team Vorteile Fachliche Ausbildung und Förderung Ihrer persönlichen EntwicklungModerner ArbeitsplatzMonatliche TeameventsBei uns können Sie Ihren täglichen Teil zur Energiewende beitragen
- SalaryMarket related
Wenn Du die Welt zum Besseren verändern, und aktiv zur Energiewende beitragen möchtest, dann bist Du bei uns genau richtig!Wir sind Lösungsanbieter für Solaranlagen, die intelligent mit Ladeinfrastruktur, Stromspeicher und zahlreichen weiteren Energiequellen vernetzt werden können.Um sich unabhängig von den steigenden Energiekosten zu machen, nutzen wir hier das enorme Flächenpotenzial der Dächer von größeren Unternhemen.Die Basis unserer Arbeit ist das New Work Konzept. Du möchtest Verantwortung für die Energie- und Mobilitätswende übernehmen?Dann bewirb dich jetzt als Controller/ Junior Controller und werde Teil der Veränderung.Aufgaben Erstellung der Kostenstellen- und Kostenträgerrechnungkomplettes Reporting inklusive KommentierungBudgetplanung, Monitoring und ForecastNutzen der Controlling-InstrumenteBegleitung bei der Weiterentwicklung und Automatisierung Mitarbeit an Monats-, Quartals und Jahresabschlüssen Qualifikation Ausbildung/Studium + mehrjährige Erfahrung im ControllingSicherheit im Umgang mit der IT Diskretion, Zuverlässigkeit und EigenständigkeitStrukturierte Abreitsweise im Team Benefits Fachliche Ausbildung und Förderung deiner persönlichen EntwicklungModerner ArbeitsplatzMonatliche TeameventsBei uns kannst Du tagtäglich deinen Teil zur Energiewende beitragen
- Salary$115k - 140k per year
- LocationSan Francisco
We are currently seeking an experienced Electrical and Controls Engineer to join our growing civil and environmental engineering firm. The Electrical and Controls Engineer will be an essential member of our Water/Wastewater team, reporting directly to the Principal in Charge. This position will involve developing, reviewing, and consulting on system control architecture, process instrumentation and controls, control narratives, and electrical and controls integration for treatment processes. We are looking for a candidate who possesses a strong professional skill set, can collaborate effectively within a multidisciplinary team, work independently, and provide clear, evidence-based solutions.Minimum Skills: At least 10 years of professional experienceBachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related fieldAbility to design and oversee the start-up and commissioning of process control equipment/systemsProficiency in creating process and instrumentation diagrams, control narratives, and points listsExperience in developing operations and maintenance manualsFamiliarity with PLC wiring and programmingKnowledge of 4-20mA analog loops and electrical schematicsBasic understanding of NEC standardsCompetence in instrument calibration and programmingBasic networking skills and knowledge of virtualized systems and serversProficiency in Windows Operating Systems and associated software packages Preferred Skills: Previous experience in a consulting environmentFamiliarity with SCADA/HMI programming platforms such as iFix, Wonderware, Factory Talk Ignition, and RedLionUnderstanding of IEC 61131-3 languagesKnowledge of telemetry systems utilizing UHF, VHF, ISM 900, and IEC 802.11xxRelevant certifications in security and control systemsBackground in object-oriented programming languages like Python and C++ Expected Outcomes: Development of new system control architectures and site infrastructurePreparation, review, and consultation on process and instrumentation drawings, control narratives, process specifications, monitoring instrument and pump selections, and electrical site plansReviewing RFIs and Submittals related to control systemsUpgrades, retrofits, and repairs of existing control systemsConsultation on electrical power budgets and power distribution infrastructure plansField programming of monitoring instrumentsDesign, setup, and configuration of data communication networksTroubleshooting and debugging of system issues We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for professional growth and advancement. If you are an experienced Electrical and Controls Engineer looking for an exciting opportunity to contribute to challenging projects, we encourage you to apply.
- Salary$0 per year
Specific Skill Sets/Notes: Background must be civil/structural in either industrial/processing plant, O&G, chemical wastewaterMust have on site field experience from the ground up - experience on construction site/preconstructionMust have working on vertically built construction plantsMin 5 years of field eng experienceNo commercial, residential, or building
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The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:+ Provides estimates for each project phase: conceptual, schematic design, design development, and construction documents+ Prepare detailed cost estimates via industry accepted methods such as RS Means for large projects.+ Prepares or assists in the preparation of order-of-magnitude, preliminary, definitive, change orders and check estimates using appropriate methods and techniques+ Performs cost comparison analyses between in-house estimates and contractor estimates+ Works with Project Managers and other disciplines to evaluate the appropriateness of budgets+ Utilizes the appropriate company and industry historical data for cost estimates+ Prepares project and discipline estimate summaries Basis of Estimate+ Prepares detailed quantity take-offs on design and construction documents as required.+ Provides technical assistance and advice in negotiating contracts and pricing change orders.+ Establishes and maintains cost databases and product line specific parametric analysis tools+ Leads the estimate reconciliation process with the project team+ Maintains consistent and period communications with other estimator.+ Review and validate contractor change orders in the construction phase.
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationNorth Carolina
This position will be under the general direction of a Senior Project Manager, on the Project Development Team. The Project Manager position is responsible for the management, or the assistance of managing, all phases of project planning to ensure all project success factors are met, including but not limited to scope, schedule, cost, quality, environmental, safety, communications, security, and integration. This position will be assigned to multiple transmission projects. In aggregate, these projects are typically less than $10M with a Low to Moderate level of complexity impacting only the facility or department level within the Company. The PM serves as the unifying agent providing leadership, management, direction, coordination, and control of the overall project in accordance with the established policies, procedures, systems, and requirements of The Company.This position is typically retained to manage multiple “White” or “Green I” projects per the Project Management Center of Excellence Project Profile Matrix.Required Qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of project management experience. Graduation from a two-year college or university. Working knowledge of project management principles. Working Knowledge to Proficiency in Project Management, Decision Making, Critical Thinking, and Problem Solving; Project related work experience; Risk Management; Project Leadership; Proven Collaborative Team Member.Preferred Qualifications: Graduation from a four-year college or university. Utility Technical Certifications/Training; PMI (PMP or CAPM) Certification; CMII certificates; Professional Engineer License. Working knowledge to proficiency in project related Scheduling/ Cost Controls. Experience in utility industry. Knowledge in construction management. The Project Manager may have relationships with individuals in various organizations ranging from individual contributors to Senior Department Leadership (i.e. individual contributors up to executive management).