- Location: London
- Salary: £75k - 85k per year
Location: London (Hybrid WFH)
Sector: Construction / Built Environment
Spencer Ogden has partnered with one of the largest construction consultancies in the UK. Specialising in a variety of sectors such as, education, healthcare, industrial, transport, retail and more.
Their sustainability team are actively looking for an Associate Director level candidate to join their team. The role will involve a high degree of technical skills such as providing sustainable reports, handlining cash flow, managing buildings, managing resources, managing a team, keeping up to date with construction standards and and leasing with multiple engineering units.
Furthermore, the role has been created to steer the organisations business and pipeline, where you will be crucial in deciding what projects the business will invest in for the foreseeable future.
- Develop Net Zero Carbon strategies, building certification, health and well-being and other
- Consult with a variety of engineering units
- Stay up to date with latest policies and regulations in construction
- Develop organisations pipeline and business development
- Bids authoring, cashflow forecasting and client management
- Mentor younger team members
- Work alongside the Director of Sustainability in capturing new opportunities
- Write technical reports
- Highly technical background, preferably in engineering, or building-related degree; a building sustainability/energy related field
- Preferably five years experience working in a UK based construction consultancy
- Up to date with latest policy and regulations within the construction sector
- Clear experience in capturing new business for an organisation within the construction sector
- Strong experience in handling cashflow & bidding for projects
- Clear experience in leading a team
- Clear understanding of building physics
- SalaryExpats living in Philippines welcome to apply
Department: ConstructionJob Location: BGC, PhilippinesReporting to: COO, APACTravel required: Travelling frequency is dependent on project requirementsSummary of Role:The Head of Construction will be responsible to ensure Schedule, Cost, Quality & Safety delivery of the Wind Project in Philippines. You will oversee a team of project managers who are on site managing the construction process for a group of wind and solar projects located at diverse locations around the country. The successful candidate will be responsible for verifying that construction is performed according to Global Development Standards (GDS) and Employers Requirements (ER).What You Will Do: Within a matrix structure lead the Project Managers responsible for delivering the projects from construction into operation safely, on time and to budgetActively drive for zero HSE incidents during the construction of projectsEnsure the projects under construction are constructed and capable of being operated in accordance with local Health and Safety and Environment regulations and permitsEnsure the projects under construction are built in accordance with internal procedures and standards (including GDS and ERs) and contractsActively lead the decision making regarding claims received and dispute resolutionTo participate in the construction project monthly meetingsTo set up technical visits to the factories to carry out due diligence on the manufacturingEnsure Project Managers keep issues and risk logs properly updated and promptly raise any issue that will require internal decision makingTo establish Group Construction standards and implement and train all regionsIssue project progress reports as requested by either lenders or internal management teamLiaise and cooperate with other functional and regional teamsLiaise and cooperate with external parties - banks, independent engineers, contractors, government bodies etc.Ability to work with electrical grid utilities to develop transmission grid connection plansStrong reporting and approval process using procedures / processes using PMI® PMBOK®Supporting Development team on construction related matters and constructability reviewsTo lead groups focused on sharing of expertise, best practice and lessons learned globallyAssist the Head of Global Project Management to develop the regional project execution strategyMarket awareness of solar & wind farm construction activity, regulatory issues and other renewable technologies What We Require: Engineering with Minimum 10 years in Infrastructure (renewable energy preferred) Projects, Contract and Construction management experienceExcellent written and oral communication skillsAbility to work with significant atutonomyAbility to work under pressure and meet deadlinesAbility to work in a team, coordinate and enthuse colleagues and consultantsStrong initiative and the ability to proactively identify required tasksAbility to maintain sight of the 'big picture' and overarching objectives at all timesExperience in Grid, Substation & ConstructionAn organised approach to working, task prioritisation and time managementExcellent verbal / written communication skillsStrong report writing skills
- Salary£110k - 150k per year + Bonus
- LocationUnited Kingdom
We are pleased to be partnered with a renewable energy organisation that is undergoing rapid growth. It aims to help facilitate the energy transition demands of the UK and EU by developing and investing in large-scale solar and battery storage projects. The successful candidate will be joining a team comprising of individuals with a proven track record in infrastructure investment, renewables spheres and innovation. Following our partners recent investment announcement and planned growth, I'm looking to speak with Business Development professionals looking for an exciting and rewarding opportunity. You will be responsible for the continued origination and acquisition of UK renewable energy and storage projects, as well as playing a leading role in diversification into emerging technologies and overseas markets. The role will see you managing a team of field based and office-based staff, committed to the origination of projects for the development team to deliver into operations. This role requires an ambitious, self-motivated person with a passion for business growth and project development. Extroverted and entrepreneurial, you will have the agility and drive to create opportunities both here in our core business as well as in new ways and places. Key Responsibilities Oversee and manage the UK origination team in the identification and onboarding of utility-scale solar PV and storage projects via our in-house GIS platform, wider market links, traditional site-finding activity or acquisitions.Ensure business case for prospects is clearly understood and met in bringing opportunities to the business. Drive and optimise each prospect with respect to design, grid, planning, land etc., through financial analysis and modelling of each project.Provide knowledge and support to the team, including the identification and assessment of new opportunities.Site origination, energy yield analysis, project viability, grid connections, land agreement negotiations, commercial agreements, project design, planning process etc.Take responsibility for exploring, building, and managing an origination team in selected new markets.Take a leading role in the commercial negotiations during the project acquisition process. This includes taking responsibility for liaising with any advisors and the execution of the transaction documentation with support from the wider team. Qualifications, experience and attributes Bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline.Experience, ideally coming from an energy background 8+ years’ experience working in a relevant industry.Proven background in developing an international pipeline of quality projects through land acquisition and into development.Strong commercial knowledge and a proven ability in risk management and relevant negotiations. Ability to solve complex problems and have the ability to engage, lead and motivate a team. Extensive knowledge and understanding of energy project origination, stakeholder management and experience in reporting of team performance.Proven ability in project acquisition including strong knowledge of sales processes, due diligence (technical, legal, and corporate) and transaction documentation. Benefits Highly competitive salary with performance-based bonus opportunitiesPremium health insurance plans, including dental and optical coverageLife insurance & health vouchers for special medical treatmentsPremium corporate gym membershipOpportunity to buy company bid bonds and sharesEV car scheme (electric vehicle purchase facility for employees)Annual bonus schemeCompetitive paid leaveHealth cash plansSeason ticket loans (for travel or tours)Group income protection (retirement planning)Company funded training and certification opportunitiesFlexible, hybrid working mode If you are a Business Development Manager looking for the next step in your career, or a Business Development Director looking for a change of scenery to refocus and flourish, dont hesitate to apply. Additionally, if you'd like to discuss the opportunity in more depth, reach out on the below: - firstname.lastname@example.org - 0141 212 4807 We look forward to hearing from you!
- Salary$350k - 400k per year
Key Duties and Responsibilities: Planning and Organising - Develop and implement marine construction strategy- Direct and coordinate the marine construction methodology, programme and evaluate the effectiveness of implemented programme outcomes and manage the associated risks- Provide proactive advice on remedial action to relevant stakeholders- Develop resource plans and coordinate all internal and external resources assigned to project delivery effort for current and future projects- Ensure optimal management and utilisation of human, physical and financial resources allocated to marine projects including plant and equipment- In collaboration with the National Commercial Manager, prepare contracts and negotiate revisions, changes and additions to contractual agreements with clients, consultants, suppliers and subcontractorsCommunicating - Investigate and negotiate change proposals with relevant stakeholders- Interpret and explain plans and contract terms to administrative staff, workers, and clients, representing the owner or developer- Consult with Project Managers, Engineering Professionals and other professionals, and Technical and Trades Workers- Negotiate with clients, ECPM and subcontractors involved in the construction process to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget- Communicate effectively with the contractors responsible for completing various phases of the project Managing Information / General Administration Support - Manage the expenditure of project budgets and prepare associated financial summary reports for senior management meetings including the Austral Valuation Report (AVR) process- Project accounting functions including managing the budget, tracking if team expenses and minimizing exposure and risk in the project- Devise the project work plans and make revisions as and when need arises.- Identify the elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to disputes and claims.Monitoring and Reporting - Monitor progress of projects to ensure that milestones and performance indicators are met- Undertake post project implementation reviews and reporting- Prepare project status reports and other reports- Monitor, register and coordinate all procurement activity associated with the delivery of the Scope of Works- Inspect and review projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes, and other regulations.- Oversee the construction project from start to finish.- Ensure that construction activities move according to predetermined schedule.- Monitor the progress of the construction activities on a regular basis and hold regular status meetings with all the sub-teams.- Maintain strict adherence to the budgetary guidelines, quality and safety standards.- Periodic inspection of construction sites.Health, Safety, Environment, Quality - Uphold a positive and proactive safety culture, and lead by example in all aspects of our business- Strive to exceed best practice, and instill this value in personnel and subcontractors- Recognise the lasting and permanent presence of company work activities- Strive to protect the environment by upholding effective and efficient environmental and sustainable practices as part of everyday business- Measure, monitor, analyse and improve productivity, processes, tasks to satisfy clients and company high expectations- Work with enthusiasm, courtesy and intellect, and have drive to surpass what has already been achieved- Ensure outputs and activities meet organisational requirements for quality management, health and safety, legal stipulations, environmental policies and general duty of care.- Integrate and uphold our Integrated Management System and follow Austral system and processes at all timesCore Values - Set positive examples and invest in personnel and subcontractors so that they can actively lead in all business areas- Conduct business in accordance with the highest standards of professional behaviour and ethics- Be transparent, honest and ethical in all interactions with personnel, clients, subcontractors and the public.- Create ethical, forward thinking solutions- Identify, develop and deploy leading edge construction methods, plant and equipment and process improvement tools Mandatory Qualifications & Experience: - Hold a bachelor’s degree in Civil or Mechanical Engineering or Construction Management (ideally masters level qualification)- 10+ years of demonstrated practical field experience within a marine construction environment with a minimum of 5 years in a leadership level delivering large value profitable and safe projects- Proven strong ability to read and understand plans and specifications, comprehensive knowledge of commercial construction means, methods and best practices and related systems- Proven ability to interpret and clarify plans and contract terms to subcontractors professionally- Proven ability to schedule projects in “Critical Path” progression and budget time required to meet milestones and deadlines- Proven ability to develop project budgets, estimates and progress including cost tracking reports- Proven ability to evaluate plans, specifications and related construction documents for “Constructability”- 3-5 years’ experience in a similar role- Proven ability to draft and submit subcontracts, purchase orders, subcontractor change orders to RVPC for release
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Construction Manager (District Heating Project)Location: Munich, GermanyCurrently, we are seeking an experienced Construction Manager to oversee a major district heating project in Munich, requiring extensive power plant experience.Position Summary: As a Construction Manager, you will be responsible for managing all aspects of the construction process for the district heating project in Munich. Your primary focus will be overseeing the construction and installation of a power plant, ensuring it is executed within budget, on schedule, and meets the highest quality standards. This role requires a strong background in power plant construction and a comprehensive understanding of district heating systems.Responsibilities: Project Management: Lead and manage the construction project from inception to completion, ensuring adherence to project timelines, budgets, and quality standards.Construction Oversight: Oversee all construction activities, including site preparation, power plant construction, equipment installation, and infrastructure development.Technical Expertise: Utilize your extensive power plant experience to provide technical guidance and support throughout the construction process, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations, codes, and standards.Contractor Management: Collaborate with contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers, overseeing their work, evaluating performance, and ensuring adherence to project specifications.Quality Assurance: Implement quality control procedures and inspections to guarantee the highest standards of construction quality are maintained.Risk Management: Identify and mitigate potential risks and issues that may arise during the construction process, taking appropriate measures to address them promptly.Collaboration: Foster effective communication and collaboration with project stakeholders, including engineers, designers, consultants, and local authorities, to ensure smooth project execution.Health and Safety: Enforce strict adherence to safety protocols and regulations, promoting a culture of safety on the construction site at all times.Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate project documentation, progress reports, and construction records, ensuring timely reporting to project stakeholders. Qualifications: Education: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or a related field. A relevant Master's degree is a plus.Experience: Minimum of 7 years of experience in construction management, with a focus on power plant construction. Prior experience with district heating projects is highly desirable.Power Plant Expertise: Strong knowledge and understanding of power plant construction processes, equipment, and systems, including boilers, turbines, generators, and associated infrastructure.Project Management Skills: Proven track record in successfully managing complex construction projects, including budgeting, scheduling, and resource allocation.Regulatory Compliance: Familiarity with local building codes, regulations, and safety standards related to power plant construction and district heating systems.Leadership Abilities: Excellent leadership and team management skills, with the ability to motivate and inspire cross-functional teams.Problem-Solving: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to identify issues, propose solutions, and make sound decisions under pressure.Communication Skills: Effective verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to convey technical information clearly and concisely to various stakeholders.Language Proficiency: Fluency in English and German is required.
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About the job Construction Project Manager - Renewables***Please note all roles are within Europe - for this role you MUST already be living in Italy or have recent experience working in the Italian market with the ability to accommodate your own relocation*** The ideal candidate will oversee projects from bidding to execution. You will work alongside senior management and act as the point of contact for clients. This client is seeking someone independent and professionally able to make informed decisions with little direction. You will have autonomy to deliver a bespoke construction service to the client for the full life cycle of the project.You will be required to be based between two projects; Northern Italy.Southern Italy. Locations are revealed after a successful application for the role. Responsibilities Oversee all stages of project life cycleManage project budgetProvide timely status reports to stakeholdersAbility to develop/maintain a positive working relationship with clients, the public, subcontractors, and developersStrong business acumen in project planning and management Qualifications 5+ years of experienceSignificant exposure to sustainable projects, focused on wind and solar projectsExisting experience of working for an EPC or Developer in the Italian marketExtensive knowledge of Italian RenewablesStrong organisational and project management skillsIndustry knowledge of Renewables, EPC Management and Italian market.Detail-oriented and strong communication skillsA high degree of self-awareness and modesty, as well as enthusiasm for taking on novel or uncomfortable situationsIntellectual flexibility, curiosity, and innovation; your default assumption is problem-solvingAn entrepreneurial attitude that is adaptable, risk-taking, and awareUnderstands and promotes the "team" concept.Strong verbal, written, and organisational skills About You Must be comfortable with an autonomous roleMust be able to speak Italian and English.Must be willing to be flexible for the needs of the project and travel around Italy. For a full job description or If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please apply or reach out directly to Melika La’Rosa at Melika.LaRosa@spencer-ogden.com Closing date 30/01/2023 Due to the high volume of applications we are unable to contact everyone, If you have not heard from us within 3 business days, please consider your application unsuccessful on this occasion.
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My client, a clean energy company, is currently seeking an innovative and motivated leader with at least 5 years of experience in utility-scale solar construction management.Principal Duties and Responsibilities: My client seeks an innovative and motivated individual who will have responsibilities during the construction process. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:Collaborates with the safety department to ensure all safety goals are the highest priority. Provides excellence in the management and delivery of the project in line with the company's expectations. Creates a culture of continuous improvement. Prepare and manage the project execution plan, coordinate and host project kick-off meetings, and prepare and manage effective project closeout. Work with the Commercial Manager to ensure all contracts (prime and sub-contracts) are effectively managed, including change orders and documentation of variances. Onsite owner's representative; monitoring utility-scale solar construction completed by 3rd party EPC Contractors. Cultivate positive working relationships with 3rd party EPC Contractors. Manage the construction of utility-scale solar projects to the 3rd party EPC contract and permit requirements, including schedule, budget, scope of work, and deliverables. Complete daily safety walks and submit a daily safety walk report to the head of internal safety programs. Manage internal safety goals with 3rd party EPC Contractors. Attend internal and external meetings as necessary (e.g., daily, weekly). Track project progress against the schedule and manage schedule remediation plans. Discuss daily objectives with 3rd party EPC Contractor and promptly report back perceived risks and other issues/observations. Verify and sign-off on various construction milestones (civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical) and update internal tracking software. Ensure thorough and quality work by verifying items against scopes of work and design plans to minimize punch lists and deliver the best-in-class assets. Verify 3rd party EPC Contractors adhere to QA/QC plans. Work with in-house engineering to provide information and attend job walks to facilitate reports from 3rd party independent engineers. Collect 3rd party EPC deliverables and either upload them to an internal data room or send them to the appropriate team member for sign-off (e.g., test reports, progress reports, etc.). Review draft invoices with 3rd party EPC Contractor and sign off on work completed. First line of defense against proposed change orders; escalating to the internal Project Manager as necessary. Proactively communicate and manage an ongoing punch list with 3rd party EPC Contractor, managing the final punch list from Mechanical Completion to completion. Make sure that the company is being represented in accordance with my client's corporate values.Core Competencies:Proven ability to motivate others inside or outside the organization. Team player providing support to both team members as well as members of the extended team. Ability to develop, maintain, and strengthen partnerships with others inside or outside the organization. Strong proficiency in communication. The ability to solicit others for support for ideas and solutions. The ability to quickly identify the information needed to clarify a situation, seek that information from appropriate sources, and use skillful questioning to draw out the information to find a solution. Anticipate the implications and consequences of situations and take appropriate action to be prepared for possible contingencies. Demonstrate depth of technical knowledge and skill in utility-scale solar construction. Take initiative to identify what needs to be done to maintain project schedule and budget and ensure a plan is in place. Drive to complete thorough work; follow up with others to ensure that commitments have been fulfilled.Minimum Qualifications:OSHA 30 Certified. Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel. 5 years of onsite utility-scale solar construction management. Advanced knowledge of solar construction management processes, means, and methods. Expert knowledge of building products, construction details, and relevant rules, regulations, and quality standards.
- Salary$100k - 125k per year
- LocationPalm Springs
Site / Construction ManagerThis Company is one of the world's leading Battery Energy Storage & Renewable Power Solutions provider. The excellence we bring to our work has made this company globally recognized as a premier value adding EPC firm. We are currently seeking a Site Manager / Construction Manager to join our Construction Team. This role will be assigned to specific project sites and may also be required to support multiple sites; travel is required. This position will be responsible for overseeing, monitoring, and running the daily activities and operations on construction sites including ensuring strict compliance with all laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and guidelines. The Site Manager will consult and collaborate with project managers, engineers, subcontractors, and other project personnel while ensuring that projects are completed on time and within budget as required and specified and must have the ability to work efficiently and effectively under pressure. In addition, the candidate will be required to interface with company, client, and contractor/vendor personnel.Responsibilities: Supervise, plan, coordinate and monitor performance and progress of site construction activitiesImplement and enforcing safety and quality guidelines; perform safety briefingsCoordinate materials and equipment delivery with vendors and suppliers and keep accurate track of material stocks and consumption on siteManage a team of workers, including work schedules, and resource allocationMake recommendations on personnel needs and/or subcontractors in order to ensure work is completed in accordance with the project scheduleQuality control, subcontractor, and inspection coordinationProvide updates to project plans, schedules, and progress reports, which include contractor's and sub-contractor's activities, while maintaining a daily log of site operations with daily progress photosMonitor project cost trends and ensure completion within budgetManage and coordinate on-site visitsEnsure that teams on site work safely and cooperatively with the sole aim of completing a project while adhering strictly to all HSE requirements, deadlines, specifications, and codesEnsuring that the construction site remains safe, clean, and orderly Qualifications, Skills, Experience, Personal Attributes. The preferred candidate should hold a fully accredited, university degree in engineering, construction management, or other related field and a minimum of 10 years of directly related experience; experience in lieu of a degree will be considered. Civil and Electrical background preferred.Good computer skills required in Microsoft Office with knowledge of planning software such as MS Project.The candidate must have a strong understanding of HSE processes, project planning & scheduling, risk management and change management processes.It is also essential to the role that the candidate have strong leadership skills and excellent time management skills.Personal attributes and behaviors essential for this role include being a self-starter, highly motivated, adaptable, proactive approach to problem solving, critical thinker, capable of working with minimal supervision, excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels (written and verbal), follow-up, approachable, and a team player.
- Salary£110k - 130k per year
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
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Spencer Ogden are pleased to be partnered with an established Offshore Wind Developer spearheading the Energy Transition. Our partners are looking to bring on a Procurement Associate to help drive and shape the company’s growth within the industry.As Procurement Associate, you will support the procurement/contracting cycle on the project by achieving the best cost-effective conditions, lowering risk and ensuring the delivery of all products and services required for the different phases of the projects. Duties in these projects will involve: Contributing to commercial aspects of development, consenting, engineering, construction and, maintenanceFacilitating competitive processes and commercial management or contractsEnsuring that all procurement and contracting matters are in accordance with legislation and essential requirements You will be expected to: Prepare and maintain planning of sourcing activitiesDuring the tender: coordination of the internal stakeholders which are part of the negotiation such as legal, risk assessment or technical departmentsSet out contracts that are fully compliant to support our business needs which are legally binding, mitigate any and all commercial risksAlongside the project management, team members, internal lawyers, assist in the handling of claimsTake accountability for contract analysis and advise the project team on the content of the contractWork with the Supply Chain and Local Content Lead to create strong relationships with the related suppliers across the supply chainAnalyse trends and forecasts within the market place The right candidate will have: 2+ relevant experience sourcing goods and services, preferably related to offshore industriesExperience in other roles with commercial, legal, contract management or tendering positions
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Spencer Ogden is partnered with a leading international renewables developer to expand their solar & BESS team, offering unmatched packages for professionals in the Solar & BESS sector to lead the project development process from origination to R2B status throughout the UK&I. This is an opportunity to expand your capabilities in both the development and pre-construction spheres. Responsibilities within this vacancy include: -Reviewing planning applications prior to submission;-Liaising with and assisting the development team to address findings and foresee any potential planning issues;-Ability to manage relationships with multiple stakeholders effectively;-Eager to expand understanding of the energy market;-Liaising and negotiating with landowners alongside a Land and Estates Manager on both development sites and access routes;-Review and approval of scoping reports, draft EIA reports and ES chapters; This is a full time, UK based role with a very lucrative salary/wider package on offer. Combined with professional development opportunities, this is the perfect position to delve further into a pureplay renewables orientated role, aiding the energy transition to net-zero. Location: Flexible (England/Wales) 0141 375 7292 email@example.com
- Salary$30 - 40 per hour
The Project Construction Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the pre-planning and execution for the client's renewables and power portfolio. In addition to project-supporting tasks, the position will support continuous improvement initiatives such as documenting and improving processes and procedures, market industry knowledge. Document Control:- Manage documents control and workflow monitoring during the EPC RFP, EPC contracting, and during the construction, testing and commission of the project.- Support the set-up of the internal and external project folders.- Support the design of the workflow for the different processes during the project execution.- Maintain a library of standard templates and guiding principles for close-out documentations.- Assist in scanning, organizing, indexing, archiving essential project documentation.- Fulfill document retrieval requests.- Receive and process RFIs, NCNs, Submittals and Transmittals.- Maintain tracking log for RFIs, NCNs, Submittals and Transmittals.- Check compliance and quality of documents against contract requirements.- Liaise with Client/Contractor/Subcontractor.- Report on process of documents as needed.- Administrate the document control system/platform for the project.- Manage the process of Job Books creation and compliance, in accordance with contracts requirements.- Review and comment on QA/QC documents required for Job Books.- Transmit documentation and submittals through the project management platform.- Receive, log, and track plans and specifications as received including all revisions.- Maintain all required hard copy and electronic copy files of project documentation.- Support project team with regards to submittals, RFI's, drawings, specifications, and other project documents. Site Administrative Management:- Participation in selection and training of on-site administrative staff regarding specific job duties, including but not limited to, document control, accounting support, SAP, and standard processes.- Manage company IT equipment and office supplies transfer from one project to another.- Support project site team in getting site staff for construction equipped with all standard office, safety, and IT equipment.- Support the implementation of the inspection the testing plans.- Support the training and on-boarding of new site team.- Manage the different Service Agreements for the project, including NDA's, MSA's, CSA's and SOW's. EPC RFP & Contracting Process Support: - Support the Project Engineering & Construction Manager during the RFP process.- Prepare BoP contract exhibits (including the SOW, technical specifications, drawings, quality, and safety requirements) before launching the RFP.- Ensures construction contracts are aligned (back-to-back and no gap) between Owner Supplied items, DBS contracts and other construction interfaces.- Support the review and response to bidders RFIs.- Work with project team to evaluate bids and award contracts.- Support the EPC contracting process with the selected EPC-contractors, including the Exhibits negations. General:- Track proper reporting of key project safety metrics on a monthly and quarterly basis for all projects and contractors.- Support of company initiatives, such as implementing new processes, procedures, or development of department specific tools.- Performs other duties as assigned.
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COMPANY SUMMARY: Our client is a leading renewable energy company dedicated to revolutionizing the energy transition. With a vision to redefine conventional energy sources, they are committed to providing creative and proven renewable energy solutions to power the world. As America's oldest and most experienced community solar company, they develop, own, operate, and subscribe to their projects, delivering an exceptional experience to customers and stakeholders. Headquartered in Denver, they have successfully developed over 120 MWs of operational solar projects for utilities of all sizes. By focusing on community-based solar projects, they aim to make clean energy accessible and affordable to businesses, institutions, homeowners, and renters. Join their dynamic, fast-paced, and highly driven team that values talent and offers equity ownership to all full-time employees. ROLE MISSION: As a Development Associate, you will play a pivotal role in expanding and executing a pipeline of new solar projects. Reporting to the Market Director, you will be involved in the entire development process, including identifying project opportunities, securing land positions, engaging with community stakeholders, presenting at public meetings, and obtaining key utility capacity and interconnection agreements. This position empowers you to take ownership of specific projects and market areas, contributing to market strategy and driving the growth of renewable energy. Join our client in their mission to make a positive impact on the world, your community, and your own career. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Conduct comprehensive reviews of policy and regulatory documents to identify viable project sites for development.Collaborate with the in-house GIS Team and utilize internal mapping tools to identify potential project locations.Lead land campaigns through mail, phone, and in-person outreach, while effectively managing land agents.Negotiate lease and purchase agreements with landowners and establish agreements with project partners.Build relationships with local communities, planners, and elected officials to secure necessary land use permits.Strategically submit projects to utility-issued capacity solicitations to win development opportunities.Overcome challenges inherent in project development by employing problem-solving skills and ensuring successful outcomes. ABOUT YOU: You are an individual driven by learning and thrive in challenging roles, even without direct solar experience. Your entrepreneurial spirit, persistence, and passion for the renewable energy sector propel you forward. With exceptional interpersonal skills, you effortlessly connect with diverse individuals and build relationships. You are energized by fast-paced environments where your contributions create tangible impacts on the world, your community, and yourself. While you possess analytical capabilities in contracts, regulatory filings, and data analysis, your preference lies in the field, engaging with landowners, regulators, channel partners, and other key stakeholders to maximize solar energy adoption. Your deep commitment to your community and the planet fuels your motivation to create a better future. You understand the complexities and challenges involved in this work, yet you embrace the journey, knowing it leads to meaningful change. Join our client and be part of a company that highly values your contributions, offering a stimulating work environment and opportunities for professional growth. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: Performance bonuses uncapped, targeting 20% of your salary. As an employee, you will be eligible for the stock option plan, allowing you to become an owner in the company. In addition, the comprehensive benefits package includes health, dental, and vision insurance with up to 100% of premiums covered, company-sponsored disability and life insurance coverage, and eligibility for a 401(k) retirement plan.