- Location: East Amherst
- Salary: $0 per year
Specific Skill Sets/Notes:
- Background must be civil/structural in either industrial/processing plant, O&G, chemical wastewater
- Must have on site field experience from the ground up - experience on construction site/preconstruction
- Must have working on vertically built construction plants
- Min 5 years of field eng experience
- No commercial, residential, or building
- More details to follow
- Salary$0 per year
Position SummaryThe Construction Supervisor is the team member with the boots on the ground every day, making each hour and dollar count, ensuring that our systems are built safely and efficiently, to the client standard. This person is a problem solver, a team player, a creative thinker, an organized leader who breaks big goals into manageable tasks. This person gets the unique opportunity to spend their days working outside on a project that begins as a bare piece of land and ends with a system that produces clean, renewable electricity for a community. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES- Meets with subcontractors daily to plan and coordinate the short term goals and objectives, and develop a path forward to solve any problems.- Develops three week look-ahead schedule and works with Construction Manager and trades to ensure schedule is met.- Collects and analyzes production data in order to build productivity standards for the project and then communicates these standards to the project stakeholders.- Coordinates the arrival of deliveries and equipment to the project site with the logistics team and subcontractors.- Reviews and thoroughly understands material submittals, plans and specifications to ensure that the project is built to standard.- Leads by example and enforces company and regulatory safety policies and procedures; addresses non-compliance among all employees, subcontractors and vendors.- Knows the key operational details of the subcontract and holds the subcontractors accountable to their agreement and the company's standards.- Measures productivity, progress and performance of the subcontractors on a daily basis and completes daily activity and tracking reports. Qualifications- 3-5 years of relevant work experience, preferably in the solar industry- Bachelor's degree in a relevant field preferred- Exceptional oral and written communication skills; experience with MS Suite tools required- Must have working knowledge of civil, electrical and utility construction- Knowledge of OSHA safety standards required; OSHA 10 is a minimum requirement- Willingness to travel for projects in new and growing markets
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My client is currently resourcing for an experienced Grid Delivery Engineer who will be responsible for the management and design of grid connection assets for the clients pipeline of solar and storage projects. They will work as part of a leading independent solar and storage development platform in the UK & Ireland, delivering solar and storage projects from origination through the development process. Duties and Responsibilities Support the delivery of Elgin Energy’s project pipeline to energisation by providing electrical engineering guidance and management throughout the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning phases.Report to senior management on progress of all grid connection construction activities across the portfolio.Review, in conjunction with the wider team, contractor designs, processes and commercial proposals.Provide technical advice to the senior management team to ensure all grid connection factors during the build process are appropriately considered and risk assessed and that the most efficient, cost effective and safe proposals are pursued in line with company requirementsProactively identify and solve problems as they arise, taking preventative measures to avoid risks to the project schedule and budget. Manage and report on deviations from project schedules, budgets or scope.Support project construction and commissioning activities by co-ordinating and witnessing testing activities, analysing plant performance, and working pro-actively with Network Operators to resolve issues.Co-ordinate with the Construction Lead to ensure safe, efficient and cost effective delivery of the grid connection elements of the pipeline and to progressively establish sound CDM standards, systems and procedures for construction activities.Review all relevant documentation and provide input at the concept design, detailed design and construction phases to ensure successful project delivery while also maintaining compliance with Construction, Health & Safety and Grid Code standards and requirements. Skills and Knowledge Competent and experienced in the design and delivery of grid connection aspects of renewable energy projects.Ability to manage relationships with multiple stakeholders effectively.Strong time management, organisational and report writing skills.Commercially astute and process drivenGood decision-making capability, negotiating skills and engineering judgementStrong technical knowledge of electricity grid planning/operations and the UK/IRL Grid Codes.Knowledge of the AC and DC electrical design of solar PV plants, energy storage and grid connection methodologies.Knowledge of HV electrical equipment, control systems, SCADA, protection, and metering.Knowledge of the DNO/ICP process for embedded generator connections in the UK/IRL. Experience Required Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Mechanical/Electrical/Energy Engineering or related discipline.4+ years’ experience working in renewable energy, with knowledge and experience in the grid connection process and delivery of grid connection assets.Proven track record of site experience in the construction of the grid connection elements of renewable energy projects.Evidence of working successfully on multiple projects to demanding deadlines.Valid driver's license for UK & Ireland. Location Dublin, ROI. Travel in Ireland and the UK will be required.
- Salary£72k - 78k per year
- LocationRepublic of Korea
Offshore Wind technical manager Spencer Ogden is looking for a highly motivated and skilful professional to strengthen its client's offshore wind project development team in Korea.Role description:· Manage the technical issues and communicate with the technical team , e.g. management of all technical functions and work; focal point for technical discussions and its commercial impact; resource planning· Responsibility for definition, optimization and integration of the project design with due regard to the project commercial drivers, schedule and budget;· Manage the engineering input into the Project Description, Pre-FEED, permits and statutory consents during the project development phase· Deliver the project design basis at appropriate stages through the project· Promote a consistent and inherently safe design, and ensure that design safety risks are demonstrable. Log any residual hazards for future transfer to the relevant project phases.· Ensure design integrity, compliance and technical risk management in line with applicable regulations.· Input to negotiation strategy with suppliers, creation of necessary pre-bid tender documents and its offers, approval of engineering documents and invitation to tender technical specifications· Oversight and responsibility for maintenance of data about project site conditions and GIS information· Development supporting of project schedule, technical risk evaluation & mitigation and oversight of technical LCOE & innovation measures.· Support collation of relevant cost inputs for technical elements of the project (e.g. CAPEX and OPEX);· Contribute to bid strategy and development of technical requirements of initial work packages such as; preliminary site investigations, technical solution scope (incl. options like battery, green hydrogen, innovation).Desired qualifications:· Engineering (civil/ mechanical / electrical) or other technical university degree· At least 5 years of relevant experience in development & construction of offshore wind or large infrastructure projects· Strong track record in successful engineering management and good knowledge of offshore wind development areas and their interdependencies.· Results-oriented and Commercial mindset, ability to analyse and summarize complex development topics and aggregate decision-relevant information to convey messages clearly and concisely.· Proven experience, ability to build and develop high performance teams and to motivate, acting comfortably in cross-cultural teams, collaborating across country boundaries with a sense of diversity and inclusion· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with people on different levels of hierarchy, different backgrounds and cultures, must be a team player.· Excellent understanding of technical analysis and specifically of competitive drivers that can help winning projects in very competitive tender environments· Interdisciplinary project management experience· Sound understanding of Korean offshore wind market dynamics & market specific challenges incl. local regulation impacting technical design parameters· High degree of specific offshore wind expertise (technical, development, project management and commercial)· Fluent in spoken and written English and Korean
- Salary$95k per year
Mid-Level Transmission Line Engineer (REMOTE) Location:Pacific State/Territory: Department:Power Delivery Line Mgmt Dept Description Mid-Level Transmission Line Engineer (REMOTE)Company is seeking a Mid-Level Transmission Line Engineer for our Power Delivery Line Department. This position includes the ability to work remotely from a mutually agreed upon location in the Pacific time zone. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading, supporting, and coordinating the following: Project Support Lead and/or support the initial project execution layout to ensure an efficient and effective project plan has been establishedManage engineers, drafters, and designers on small to medium-sized engineering projects and interface directly with the clientResponsible for creating and maintaining a project schedule and budgetConduct weekly or bi-weekly project meetings to clearly outline upcoming deliverables and tasks with responsible personnel identifiedCoordinate with clients on project status and support project meetings as necessaryMaintain project workflow and thorough communication across multi-discipline projects, both internal and external to POWERForecast upcoming project requirements to assist in resource planningFacilitate and adhere to POWER's QA/QC procedure to ensure the correct personnel is performing the required QA/QC reviewParticipate in industry conferences, both internal and external, to improve profession growth while fostering knowledge transfer to colleaguesDevelop Transmission Line design knowledge pertaining to PLS-CADD, structure staking, foundations, assembly drawings, steel pole performance loading, material procurement, construction specification, and construction support Project Manager Support Maintain project status reportsProvide weekly or bi-weekly project updates and project forecastingLead and/or support PM by meeting with clients, both in-person and remotelyDevelop client relationships allowing POWER the opportunity to position ourselves to win future work Department Manager Support Support resource forecast planning for upcoming and current project loadsParticipate in new hire screening and review processesProvide business improvement methodologies and proceduresDiscuss project and/or department personnel conflicts, performance issues, and collaborate on a suitable approach to constructively provide a successful resolution Contribute to Business Planning and Budgeting Required Education/Experience: Professional Engineering licensureBachelor of Science in Civil, Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering or Construction ManagementThe candidate must have a strong command of the English language with good written and oral communication skills to work effectively with internal team members and external client personnel.Experience using the Microsoft Office software suiteAt least 3 years of experience using PLS-CADD Preferred Education/Experience: Electric utility industry experienceExperience managing projects and leading multi-disciplined teamsDesign experience up to 230kVDistribution design experienceAt least 3-years of experience using POLE, TOWER and FAD Tools software packagesTransmission line routingTransmission foundation designTransmission structure load and designCost estimating and schedulingExperience using L-Pile and Microsoft Projects At our company, you can have a rewarding career on every level. Our philosophy is simple: Do Good. Have Fun. Build Success.You'll work on fun and challenging projects and initiatives. You'll have the chance to make a positive impact on society and the environment. And you'll find the support, coaching and training it takes to advance your career.Since we're employee-owned, we get to make our company a great place to work. That includes providing competitive compensation, professional development and a full benefit package: Gender affirming care Fertility Benefits New Dads and Moms Benefit program Maternity and Paternity Leave Telehealth Benefit covers all providers 401K Voluntary Life Insurance Vacation/Paid Sick Leave Paid Holidays Medical/Dental/Vision Salary DOE: The pay range for this position is $70-$95K per year; however, base pay may be higher or lower depending on the candidate's job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. This figure does not include additional compensation such as health benefits, vacation, 401k, etc. Our company is a fun engineering firm. That might seem contradictory to some, but it works for us!EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled#LI-AA1 #LI-Remote
- Salary£62k - 83k per year
Seeking a Civil Transportation Engineer for our downtown Chicago office. This role requires conventional aspects of civil engineering and roadway design and will work under the supervision of a senior civil engineer. Design tasks will include a variety of topics: roadway geometrics and pavements, cross sections, MOT, grading, storm sewer, ADA ramps, and traffic signals. A qualified candidate will demonstrate responsible care and judgement while performing most tasks, assignments and designs independently. Guidance and mentoring will be provided as required for unusual or complex assignmentsResponsibilities: Execute civil engineering design from initial stages to final designProduce plans, specifications, reports, and quantity calculationsEnsure design adherence to state and local codes, regulations, and agency mandatesCollaborate with reviewers to ensure precision and quality of workCoordinate with other departments for multi-disciplinary projectsManage project documentationPlan and schedule assigned work and training in coordination with the supervising engineerPossess independent critical thinking skills to make timely and informed decisions - Perform other duties as necessary Minimum Qualifications: Possess a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from an ABET-accredited institutionHave a minimum of 3 years of experience in transportation designDemonstrate experience in Illinois transportation projects, working with local agencies such as IDOT, Tollway & CDOTHold EIT/FE certification (PE License preferred)Exhibit proficiency in MicroStation, Geopak, PowerGeopak, and/or OpenRoads softwareDisplay excellent verbal and written communication skillsShow exceptional organizational skills with keen attention to detailCapable of working independently in a hybrid work environment while managing multiple priorities and meeting deadlines
- Salary$90k - 130k per year
- LocationSan Diego
Exciting Opportunity for Senior Staff – Civil Engineer in Sunny San Diego!Join our dynamic team and be part of innovative projects that shape our communities! We are seeking a talented and experienced Senior Staff – Civil Engineer to make an immediate impact on our projects in beautiful San Diego, California.As a Senior Staff – Civil Engineer, you'll be at the forefront of groundbreaking initiatives, analyzing work assignments and developing cutting-edge approaches that align with project objectives. Stay ahead of the curve by keeping up-to-date with regulatory and technical trends that drive the marketplace.In this role, you'll enjoy the thrill of traveling to project sites 40% of the time, adding excitement and diversity to your work life.Your main responsibilities will encompass: Expert Project/Task Management, leading engineering design, budget, and schedule development.Showcase your creativity and technical prowess by preparing top-notch engineering designs, specifications, and layouts.Oversee construction and operations, ensuring projects run smoothly from start to finish.Create a sustainable workload, generating new work opportunities not just for yourself, but also for other talented professionals on our team.Relish the independence to engage with clients, addressing management concerns, technical issues, and contractual matters with confidence. Requirements that will make you an ideal candidate: Bachelor's or Master's degree in Civil Engineering, with a focus on Water Treatment Systems, Construction, and Operations oversight.A strong track record of 5-10 years of relevant project experience.Extra brownie points for possessing a 40-hour HAZWOPER certification.Hold a California Licensed P.E., showcasing your expertise and commitment to excellence. Your experience in these areas will make you stand out: Water Treatment Systems, Construction, and Operations.Project Management – your ability to lead and drive success.Data Analysis, Problem-Solving, and Technical Skills – your keen eye for detail and innovative thinking.High-level Written and Oral Communication Skills, allowing you to effectively interact with stakeholders. Embrace this fantastic opportunity and enjoy a competitive salary range of $90-$130K. Apply now and let your career soar with us!Don't miss out – our team is eager to welcome a talented Senior Staff – Civil Engineer like you! Apply today and embark on an exciting journey in one of America's most vibrant cities!
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Job Overview: The role demands a dynamic and enthusiastic Consultant with experience of working in multi-discipline teams through various design phases, as well as having an active interest in assisting clients and the wider energy industry through the transition to Net Zero.Due to continued and expected growth with our onshore engineering capability we are looking to strengthen our onshore Civils Engineering capability.The role will also demand the candidate to be adaptable to varying assignments at short notice and multi-task for delivery of concurrent assignments, as required, as well as be able to convey the Company's competencies, vision and values to internal and external clients.Key Responsibilities and Duties: Production of calculations, specifications, and drawings for a wide variety of projects.FEED and Pre-FEED multi-discipline studies.Cut and fill optimisationDrainage solutionsRoad/pavement layout and designReinforced concrete design Requirements: Engineering Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent3+ years experience with good Civil Engineering knowledge, ideally aligned to Oil & Gas / Energy industriesDemonstrable experience of supporting studies from conceptual engineering up to and beyond FEEDPreparation of material estimates and specifications.Experience in reviewing impact on existing site designs, determination of constructability methodologyAbility to identify project risks and prepare mitigation plans.Experience in development engineering scopes of works (SOW) & CTR hour estimates If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
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The team here at Spencer Ogden is working with an EPC contractor on DRAX to provide key personnel to their commissioning team. They are looking for a Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer, please see role below. Please confirm interest with a copy of your CV.Summary: Experienced Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer with a track record of over 10 years. Specializing in gas turbines, responsible for overseeing mechanical commissioning, with expertise in heavy-duty gas turbines and Balance of Plant (BOP) systems. Provide leadership, troubleshoot mechanical issues, ensure safety compliance, and drive project success.Responsibilities: Lead and mentor a team of mechanical engineers.Develop comprehensive commissioning plans.Execute mechanical commissioning activities for gas turbines and BOP systems.Ensure safety protocols and quality standards are met.Troubleshoot and resolve mechanical issues.Manage documentation and reporting.Collaborate with stakeholders for streamlined processes.Apply expertise in heavy-duty gas turbines and BOP systems. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field.Minimum 10 years' experience in mechanical commissioning.Strong leadership and project management skills.Expertise in heavy-duty gas turbines and Balance of Plant systems.In-depth knowledge of safety protocols and industry standards.Must be a UK national or have the right to work in the UK Excellent problem-solving and communication skills
- Salary£135.2k per year
The successful candidate for this position will report to either the Seattle or Portland office (with potential for full-time remote work), providing engineering analysis and design on a variety of civil and/or mechanical engineering and fisheries related projects. Primary responsibilities include design of process water supply and treatment systems, utilities, wastewater, hydraulics, and coordination of design team activities. Design process water supply and treatment systems, utilities, wastewater, hydraulics, and coordinate design team activities.Prepare construction documents and provide assistance with construction administration and commissioning of the facility.Projects may include conservation and enhancement hatcheries, research facilities, acclimation facilities, fish passage, fish collection and sorting, and aquaculture water treatment.Develop relationships with existing and potential fishery clients.Perform conceptual and detailed design calculations and analyses.Prepare detailed engineering reports and supporting documents.Prepare construction drawings, specifications, and cost estimates.Support development of permitting related documents.
- Salary$130k per year + Full Benefits, Annual Bonus, Retirement (401k)
- LocationSan Diego
Job Title: Mid-Level Mechanical EngineerLocations: San DiegoLos AngelesNewport BeachIrvine Job Summary:We are seeking a mid-level Mechanical Engineer to design mechanical systems for residential and commercial buildings. The successful candidate will have a solid understanding of Mechanical Engineering fundamentals, working knowledge of California Codes & Standards, and experience in designing HVAC equipment, air distribution layout, plumbing systems, and performing engineering calculations.Key Responsibilities: Engineer mechanical systems from the conceptual design phase through construction.Attend meetings with clients and take meticulous notes.Design HVAC equipment, air distribution layout, plumbing systems, and perform engineering calculations.Understanding of Mechanical Engineering fundamentals.Working knowledge of California Codes & Standards.Ability to provide responses to Requests for Information (RFI’s) and Submittal reviews.Competent in following software: AutoCAD Revit,Energy Pro, Navisworks, or similar clash detection design tool and MEP Fabrication. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or a related field.3-5 years of experience in designing mechanical systems for residential and commercial buildings.Professional Engineer (PE) license preferred.Strong analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
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- LocationUnited States of America
Lead Field Service Engineer Rotating Machines, Reduction gears and TurbinesRole Summary:The Lead Field Service Engineer (FSE) will provide technical direction for overhaul, repair and maintenance of equipment consisting of: marine and industrial gear sets; and motor and generator bearings to customer repair teams. You will report to the FSE Manager and manage work items to support customer and internal requirements.Essential Responsibilities:As Lead Field Service Engineer you will:· Perform technical service for safe and successful overhaul, repair and maintenance on marine main reduction gears, industrial gears, attached drives, alignments, motor and generator mechanical equipment. This will include providing technical direction to skilled labor performing work on customer sites to assure the executed work reflects the technical requirements and quality standards of the service request;· Knowledge and ability to execute electrical tests in MV AC Electrical Motors and Generators: Insulation resistance, Winding resistance, voltage drop test, transformation ratio.· Knowledge and ability to perform tests and inspections: Borescope inspections, Neutral zone adjustments, brush and brush holders' tests and adjustments, commutation inspection (surface condition, sparkling conditions, etc.).· Knowledge and ability to perform motors & generators Start-up/Commissioning: Static tests, operational tests (temperature elevation, vibrational tests, electrical parameters, etc.).· Knowledge and ability to execute assembly/disassembly of electrical components such as cables, capacitors, rtd´s, surge arresters, fan motors, CT´s, TC´s, winding (coil assembly, parts insulation, etc.), etc.· Effectively communicate internally and with customers and skilled labor the job-planning requirements (including risk assessment, and technical requirements) that define in detail the operations to be performed through your review of the job requirements, engineering procedures, drawings, schedules, and process instructions;· Prepare timely and accurate timesheets, expense account statements, and professional reports.· Knowledge and ability to execute mechanical inspections in Large and Medium electrical rotating machines (motors & generators): Dimensional control Sleeve & roller bearings, air-gap inspections, metrology skills, etc.· Knowledge and ability to perform shaft alignments: Flexible and solid couplings, Motor - Gear box / Load machines, Generator - gear box / turbine;· Knowledge and ability to execute assembly/disassembly of mechanical components, machine parts such as rotor, stator, covers, heat exchanger, sleeve bearings, roller bearings, couplings, mechanical seals, etc.;
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Spencer Ogden are looking at mechanical fitters in the UK next April to the middle of June. Details: Role: Mechanical Fitter Start Date: April 2024Duration: Outage 1 = 20 days. Outage 2 = 35 days (there will be a weeks break between projects) Location: TBC More Information You would be working with a 701F gas turbine on 6-day weeks 10-hour days. Role Description / Requirements Machine Assembly: Assemble and disassemble machinery and mechanical equipment, including pumps, engines, conveyors, and production machines.Installation: Install and align machinery and equipment according to engineering drawings and specifications, ensuring proper levels, clearances, and tolerances.Maintenance: Perform routine maintenance and inspections on machinery to ensure it operates efficiently and safely. This may include lubricating moving parts, replacing worn components, and troubleshooting issues.Repairs: Diagnose and repair mechanical failures and malfunctions in machinery and equipment. This may involve replacing faulty components, welding, or machining parts as needed.Calibration: Calibrate and test equipment to ensure it meets performance standards and accuracy requirements.CCNSG / IOSH / EMSS Safety Passports accepted. Please note that this is a position outside of IR35. If you are interested in finding out more, please email Dan on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 020 7268 9253