Logistics Coordinator/ Project Coordinator- AZ
- Location: Arizona
- Salary: $35 - 40 per hour + benefits
Logistics Coordinator/ Project Coordinator- AZ
Salary: $35 - 40 per hour + benefits
Location - Dateland, AZ
Per diem: $75/day
Ability to solve problems
Able to work closely with several teams onsite
Willing to travel anywhere
Able to give 110% and work through any problems if any
The Construction Coordinator will assist with the administration of project safety, quality, schedule, cost control, contracts, subcontractors, suppliers, procurement, proposals, estimates, documentation, turnover, client interface, and field-based activities to execute Engineer Procure Construct (EPC) projects, construction management, and program management ventures. This position will work on a diverse array of projects across multiple industries including aviation, commercial building, electrical transmission & distribution, facility, manufacturing, oil & gas, power generation, process, and water.Duties: Adhere to safety programs and policies and assist others with compliance.Assist the Project Management team with building client relationships while interfacing with the client for proposal and project related items.Assist the Project Management team with executing prime contracts, downstream contracts, and change orders.Assist with the development and implementation of the Project Execution Plan, Quality Assurance Plan, Safety & Health Plan, Subcontracting Plan, Project Staffing Plan, Organization Chart, and Procurement Plan.Assist with jobsite set-up activities, including mobilization and demobilization.Assist with securing applicable project permits.Coordinate potential bidders' supplier/subcontractor registration and pre-qualification efforts on behalf of the Project Management team.Assist the Project Management team with administering Request For Proposal (RFP) package development, bid and selection process, and developing detailed scope of work documents for downstream contracts.Assist with contract administration including Request For Information (RFI's), submittals, change management, and claims mitigation for subcontractors and/or client contractorsSupport and assist with project controls efforts, including project cost reporting, scheduling, project work breakdown structure establishment, project set-up and closeout within the accounting system, and field progress tracking.Assist with the development of internal and external reports including project budgeting, cost reports, project cash flow forecast, and project status reports to all stakeholders.Participate in project, corporate, and risk review meetings as needed, present as needed, and record and distribute meeting minutes.Conduct project safety, quality, progress and financial audits and assessments as required.Assist with the Prime Contract, subcontractor, and supplier invoicing process.Establish and administer project documentation and filing systems.Assist with the project turnover documentation, record keeping/retention, warranty administration and project closeout.All other duties as assigned. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Engineering or a related field.Applicable experience may be substituted for the degree requirement.Previous internship and/or related experience preferred.Basic knowledge in standard building and construction processes preferred.Demonstrated leadership experience.Osha 10 hour certification preferred.Excellent computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Access).Knowledge of document control, scheduling, cost control and project management software is preferred.Excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong organizational skills.Strong analytical and problem solving skills, and attention to detail.Ability to handle large volumes of work and multi-task in a fast-paced environment.Must be able to meet company's driving requirements
Job Title: Procurement Support Specialist- LogisticsLocation: Remote in the United States (Open to all time zones)Contract Duration:12 months with the possibility of extensionIdeal Start Date: April 3rd Working Hours: 7am PST to 3:30pm PSTPay Rate: 30-40/hour, depending on experienceJob Description:We are seeking an experienced Procurement Support Specialist with a minimum of 5 years of experience in materials purchasing and logistics, preferably in the solar or electrical industry. The candidate should have a strong background in communicating delivery dates with vendors, project managers, and subcontractors. The ideal candidate will have experience in both procurement and scheduling, with a 50/50 split between the two.Responsibilities: Manage the procurement process, including RFQs, RFPs, POs, and contractsCommunicate delivery dates with vendors, project managers, and subcontractorsEnsure timely and accurate delivery of materials and servicesProvide logistical support for scheduling and deliveryCollaborate with cross-functional teams to develop and implement procurement strategiesAnalyze data and provide reports on procurement activitiesEnsure compliance with company policies and regulations Qualifications: Minimum 5 years of experience in materials purchasing and logistics, preferably in the solar or electrical industryStrong communication and negotiation skillsExperience with JDE, SolarCore, Excel, Procore, Power BI, or similar software/systemsKnowledge of procurement regulations and best practicesExperience in managing procurement contracts/subcontractsAbility to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environmentBachelor's degree in a related field (preferred) Travel: Occasional team gatherings once a quarter (if required)This is a remote position, and we are open to candidates from all time zones. The contract duration is at least a year, with the possibility of extension. If you have experience in solar or electrical industries and have worked in materials purchasing and logistics, we encourage you to apply. NO visa sponcership availible at this time W2 candidates only.
This will be working with a General Contractor and LEED and energy efficiency projects throughout New Mexico. Responsibilities: The work will oversee and manage several trades. SolarElectricalConcreteInterior/ Exterior finishesDemolitionCivil Work Provide support to the Project Manager for all activities leading up to and including construction activities including permitting, project scoping, bidding and procurement, cost estimating, scheduling and planning;Provide daily oversight and coordination of all project site construction subcontractors and activities;Manage daily job briefings with Sub-contractors;Manage off site storage of equipment and coordinate delivery of equipment with subcontractors;Inspect major equipment deliveries and document any discrepancies to vendorsReview/ attend Factory Acceptance Test to ensure compliance with design/operational parametersReview construction work plans to ensure EHS protocol is maintained;Oversee third party inspectors as needed for inspection of the work;Coordinate permit inspections with subcontractors and the AHJ. Insure all permit requirements are met and paperwork/records posted;Review lift plans, including critical lift and logistic plans for all rigging activities;Provide accurate and timely project status updates and communication to Project Team;Provide updates of the project construction schedules with weekly look ahead summaries of critical tasks;Assist the Project Manager with the preparation of regular project budget updates and forecasts of future costs;Work collectively with Project Manager to ensure proper lines of communication are established, performance and production goals are met, and budgetary requirements are maintained;Organize and participate in weekly project meetings with project management staff;Organize and maintain project related files, drawings, materials, and correspondence;Provide site level coordination with equipment vendors, labor subcontractors and professional services subcontractors in support of on-time, on-budget performance within the specified work scope and quality;Prepare and present regular construction progress reporting to internal company and external customer recipients;Oversee project expenditures and job cost accounting processes: including accuracy, submittals, documentation, approvals, NCRs, payment reporting, and cost tracking;Ensure compliance with company, industry, trade, federal, and jurisdictional safety standards, practices, codes; Qualifications:Minimum 7 years construction management work experience focusing on complex facility infrastructure, industrial power, or distributed energy facility project delivery.Proven experience with OSHA safety standards, mechanical and electrical systems development, engineering, and project management regulations, practices, and codes.OSHA 10 CertificationProven experience with OSHA 10 safety standards, mechanical and electrical systems development, engineering, and project management regulations, practices, and codes.Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and foster positive business relationships.Strong verbal, written, computer, technical communication and presentation skills.Proficient computer skills with applications including MS Word, Excel, MS Project, and cloud-based construction management software such as Procore or equivalent.Working knowledge of API, AWS, ASME and ANSI Codes.Working knowledge of other discipline codes (i.e.: NACE, IEEE, IBC, NRC etc.).
Key ResponsibilitiesThe key responsibilities include the following: Planning of outages on the main Combined Cycle Gas Turbine plant and Open Cycle Gas Turbine plant and other major items of plant.Development of contingency plans associated with the aboveReview of contracts, programmes, project and commercial documentation associated with outagesProgress and reporting on all planned and unplanned outagesEnsuring plans meet safety, environmental, technical, and commercial targetsCo-ordination of day-to-day maintenance planning activities.Managing site specific projects that have defined time or functional start and end criteria. These may include CAPEX projects, plant investigations, technical and commercial project assignments, audits etc.Manage and develop site based computerised maintenance management systems to suit business and plant needsDevelop and test site Business Continuity PlansCoordinate the preparation of monthly reports, business reviews and associated follow up actions.Develop procedures and plans in the above areas to support the stations ISO quality standards Knowledge, Skills and ExperienceEssential Experience in a power plant or similar process industry in a commercial environment is considered essential.It is expected that the incumbent would have good interpersonal skill and have the ability to manage and lead projects, coordinate activities, chair meetings, and manage unplanned changes.The incumbent would be expected to prepare reports to suit recipients at different levels of the organisation and make presentations as required. Desirable Working experience in the use, development and management of planning software and computerised maintenance management systems would be an advantage. QualificationsIt is desirable that the incumbent has 3rd level qualification in engineering or a related technical/science based subject.
The Power Stations job family is focussed on work activities related to the generation of electricity across a portfolio of station assets using a variety of fuel types. Key responsibilities: Planning of outages on the main Combined Cycle Gas Turbine plant and Open Cycle Gas Turbine plant and other major items of plant.Development of contingency plans associated with the aboveReview of contracts, programmes, project and commercial documentation associated with outagesEnsuring plans meet safety, environmental, technical, and commercial targetsManaging site specific projects that have defined time or functional start and end criteria. These may include CAPEX projects, plant investigations, technical and commercial project assignments, audits etc.Manage and develop site based computerised maintenance management systems to suit business and plant needsCoordinate the preparation of monthly reports, business reviews and associated follow up actions and contingency plans.Develop procedures and plans in the above areas to support the stations ISO quality standards Knowledge, Skills and Experience: Experience in a power plant or similar process industry in a commercial environment is essential.Good interpersonal skill and have the ability to manage and lead projects, coordinate activities, chair meetings, and manage unplanned changes.Experience preparing reports to suit recipients at different levels of the organisation and make presentations as required. Desirable Working experience in the use, development and management of planning software and computerised maintenance management systems. Qualifications Desirable: 3rd level qualification in engineering or a related technical/science based subject Location Aghada, Co cork
Spencer Ogden has partnered with a Regional developer of Onshore Wind, Solar and Battery Storage projects to onboard a Project Manager to their teams in Scotland, England or Wales. Competitive salary and benefits on offer. Key Responsibilities include: The development of onshore renewable energy projects.Initiating site searches, feasibility assessments and land lease contracting.Prepare and coordinate EIAR, appeal documents and planning applications.Negotiate planning submissions and monitor reporting progress.Risk and liability assessment with continuous reporting to line management.Cooperating with numerous departments to evaluate and deliver projects in budget and in a timely manner.
Position Description The Power Stations job family is focussed on work activities related to the generation of electricity across a portfolio of station assets using a variety of fuel types. The successful candidate will be a team player, flexible and a self-starter with good problem-solving skills. They should be able to demonstrable the ability to lead as required, communicate and relate effectively with staff at all levels in the organisation. Key ResponsibilitiesThe key responsibilities include the following: Planning of outages on the main Combined Cycle Gas Turbine plant and Open Cycle Gas Turbine plant and other major items of plant.Development of contingency plans associated with the aboveReview of contracts, programmes, project and commercial documentation associated with outagesProgress and reporting on all planned and unplanned outagesEnsuring plans meet safety, environmental, technical, and commercial targetsCo-ordination of day-to-day maintenance planning activities.Managing site specific projects that have defined time or functional start and end criteria. These may include CAPEX projects, plant investigations, technical and commercial project assignments, audits etc.Manage and develop site based computerised maintenance management systems to suit business and plant needsDevelop and test site Business Continuity PlansCoordinate the preparation of monthly reports, business reviews and associated follow up actions.Develop procedures and plans in the above areas to support the stations ISO quality standards Knowledge, Skills and ExperienceEssential Experience in a power plant or similar process industry in a commercial environment is considered essential.It is expected that the incumbent would have good interpersonal skill and have the ability to manage and lead projects, coordinate activities, chair meetings, and manage unplanned changes.The incumbent would be expected to prepare reports to suit recipients at different levels of the organisation and make presentations as required. Desirable Working experience in the use, development and management of planning software and computerised maintenance management systems would be an advantage. Qualifications It is desirable that the incumbent has 3rd level qualification in engineering or a related technical/science based subject. LocationThis position is based in Aghada Station, Cork.
I am looking for a Project Manager for one of our clients, a pure play renewable energy business investing in large scale Solar Energy ventures. They have a strong development pipeline in place – with Construction on multiple sites due to commence 2023. They are backed by a proven Investment Capital partner with a dedication to the Renewable Energy industry.Your responsibilities: Move developed projects into the implementation phase and support until commissioningCollaborate with the design team to optimise the technical designDetermine requirements for resources (manpower, equipment and materials) from start to finish with attention to budgetary limitationsBuild relationships with external vendors, negotiate contracts, tender services and commission subcontractorsPlan construction operations to ensure deadlines are metCoordinate vendors and subcontractors during the construction phase and control time, costs, quality and work safety standards.Conduct site visits to ensure all quality requirements and compliance guidelines are met. Minimum requirements: At least 3 years of experience in project managementProven experience in general construction site safety aspects and relevant local regulationsFluent written and spoken Dutch and English.Willingness to undertake regular business trips throughout the Netherlands and abroad.
SUMMARY The HV Project Engineer will provide engineering support to the E&C team, and is responsible for managing all stages of project design. This position reports to the Director of Engineering or anothersenior management personnel that the Senior Vice President/President of the Company may designate. This position may be expected to travel up to 25%.RESPONSIBILITIES- Manage all stages of project high voltage (HV) design, including conceptual and advanced systemdesign, observing regulatory codes, customer requirements, site visits, permitting and technicalsupport during construction phase;- Design and optimize HV engineering concepts for utility scale PV plants such as substations,transmission and distribution lines. interconnection switch gear, power transformers- Supervise PV plant interconnection in collaboration with the Project Manager during planning andconstruction to assure quality and execution according to schedule;- Prepare bidding documentation for project specific HV works and HV equipment;- Create, deliver, and maintain drawing packages and project documentation;- Manage and coordinate external resources such as engineer consultants, geotechnical andtopographic surveyors, other specialized professionals as needed in the design and commissioningof grid interconnection;- Direct internal and external designers and consultants in creating, delivering and maintainingdrawing packages and project documentation;- Work collaboratively with other operations team members on project execution and processdevelopment including project procurement, construction management, and project controls;- Develop and review project schedules, cost estimation, bill of materials, budgets, scopes of work,standards and quotes from suppliers and sub-contractors- Provide supervision to HV commissioning work- Coordinate with utilities and regulators for the interconnection process- Provide recommendations for continuous improvements in project designs, plans, processes andproduct development;- Lead the Project Engineering team in developing best practices for the HV engineering process ofutility scale PV plants- Assist with technical training for team members and new employees;- Collaborate with team members when necessary to ensure effective communication and results;and- Perform other duties and special projects, as assigned. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS- A degree in Electrical Engineering or another related engineering science- Minimum of 5 years of professional engineering experience in the power industry- Relevant work experience in the design and development of power plants- Willingness to travel, at least 25% of the time- Experience with AutoCAD (or equivalent)- Experience with power modeling (preferably with ETAP)- Strong in Microsoft Office Suite- Experience with Gantt charts (MS Project or equivalent)- Knowledge of relevant HV Codes and regulation- Excellent written and verbal communication skills- Assertive, able to cope with pressure, a team player- Previous experience managing projects from initial design to installation and execution, preferred- Experience in permitting processes with local authorities having jurisdiction, preferred.
This Project Manager position is to support C&I Solar projects throughout Central California.Responsibilities: - Understand, plan and execute commercial solar projects in accordance with the terms of the contract and specifications.- Coordinate project design and engineering plan sets and calculations for civil, structural, mechanical and electrical disciplines, and facilitate the AHJ permitting submittal and approval process.- Support and manage client interactions, communication, invoicing and on time payment.- Schedule, manage and attend client, vendor, jobsite and technical meetings, as required to effectively execute the project.- Create accurate project budgets, change orders, and manage P&L ledgers throughout the contract period.- Create and regularly update project schedules using Microsoft Project or similar.- Produce detailed monthly project update reports for review by the Sr Project Manager and/or client.- Facilitate vendor purchase orders, subcontract agreements including scope of work, and effectively manage 3rd parties in accordance with the project schedule and budget.- Oversee on-site construction activities to ensure they are performed in accordance with contract documents, and that they meet the design intent.- Effectively facilitate project close out activities, including but not limited to; testing and commissioning, utility/AHJ inspections, asset management documentation and final handoff meetings.- Direct and oversee Project Engineers and Field Engineers.- Other duties as assigned Qualifications:- Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Science or Business Administration from an accredited university or college.- Minimum 5 Years’ project management experience within a construction environment.- Minimum 2 Years’ project management experience on commercial or utility scale solar projects.- Public works project experience.- Contract, MSA and T’s & C’s negotiation.- EPC and self-perform contractor experience.- Must have a clean driving record (example- no DUI in the last 5 years)
Spencer Ogden are exclusively partnered with this established Offshore Wind Engineering Consultancy.Job Overview: The Senior/Principal Geotechnical Engineer will work on engineering and consultancy assignments for offshore wind farm on a global basis and with a special focus on the Irish offshore wind market. The Senior/Principal Geotechnical Engineer will be responsible for leading teams to deliver complex geotechnical engineering projects.The successful candidate will share a responsibility for meeting our ambitious growth objectives in the rapidly growing renewables business. Our team members and colleagues worldwide will support you to be part of the exciting movement in the dynamic wind industry.Are you ready to contribute your expertise in our goal, to transition Ireland to green energy?Key Responsibilities and Duties: Lead and manage geosciences work packages for offshore wind developments, through coordination with the geoscience package management lead, including but not limited to: Strategy and management plan preparationDevelopment of survey specificationsPreparation of procurement documentationTender management and evaluationSurvey managementData and package interfaces managementDeliverables review, ensuring all deliverables are provided in compliance with approved instructions, procedures and policies. Receive and respond to enquiries of a geoscience nature relating to prospects in Ireland and prepare tenders and proposals as required, with support from the ground Geoteam as required. ???????Contribute to the review of geotechnical designs, method statements and submissions by third parties to ensure geotechnical issues are accounted for.Support a variety of engineering analyses including foundation design, leg penetration/extraction analysis, drivability analyses, geotechnical interpretations and cable route assessments.Contribute to the operations in the wider group Geoteam, which may include provision of line management, coaching and mentoring of junior engineersTake a lead in business development activities.Attend conferences, write and delivering technical papers, represent OWC and promote our skills and competencies in the offshore wind sector. Requirements: Engineering and or Geology degreeAt least 3 years' experience as a geotechnical engineer in the design and management of geosciences aspects within the offshore wind industry.Excellent geotechnical engineering knowledge with experience in managing small teams to deliver projects for clients.Ability to co-ordinate, direct and lead projects and work under own initiative with minimum supervision.Experienced in the scoping, management, supervision and interpretation of offshore site investigations.Experience of jack-up leg penetration analyses.Ability to undertake scour assessments, pile drivability and leg extraction analyses.Good technical knowledge of offshore design and construction.Familiar with commercial and contractual issues and able to provide guidance to clients.Good sales and business development techniques and be competent in marketing the capabilities of the companyCapable of seeing new business opportunities and pursuing these with existing and future clients.Proficient in French, German, Polish, Japanese or another language is an advantage. If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
Description:Summary: The Project Controls Manager is responsible for leadership, direction, management, and performance of a project controls team. The Project Controls Manager is responsible to assure that the reporting systems for project controls, the project controls roles and staff and the tools used in project controls are developed, available and functioning according to enterprise requirements. The department performs complex aspects of individual project estimating, scheduling, change documentation and cost control while reporting to accounting and clients. The Project Controls Manager is a critical position as the leader in project controls. This position supports Project Managers and Project Directors on projects and programs of varying size and complexity. The Project Controls Manager will be expected to lead and direct the team that provides review of the project controls status (cost, contract, WBS, schedule, resource, etc.). This position is critical to the coaching and mentoring of Project Controls Specialists.Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Other duties may be assigned. Responsible for the development of effective scheduling reports, cost reports, cash flow reports and forecasts for multiple projects.Responsible for the development, implementation, and management of a reporting data warehouse to produce valuable program controls reports and data for multiple large projects.Responsible for recruitment, development, training, retention and evaluating performance of the project controls team.Responsible for the development and implementation of project execution plans.Develop and maintain effective relationships with existing and potential clients, customers, and contractors to develop additional business.Responsible for engineering, procurement, and construction planning, scheduling, logistics and cost control.Serves as a point of contact for technical questions from the project team.Experience with Construction Self-Perform projects.Ensure accurate cost management and forecast reporting.Interfaces with the Project Management Team and Accounting Department to review project costs and contingency costs and support external audits.Experience in negotiation of heavy industrial project prime agreements and construction contract/subcontract agreements.Responsible for the review of upstream (prime contract) / downstream (purchase orders & subcontract) change orders.Responsible for analyzing a cash flow report.Responsible for leading the Interactive Project Planning Meetings (IPPM).Responsible for presentation of Project Controls reporting.Lead and direct schedule management involving critical path method scheduling techniques, estimating, project cost management, forecasting and document control for multiple projects.Recommends schedule work arounds and mitigation efforts to the team.Ensure accurate Earned Value Management system reporting.Responsible for analyzing progress curves.Responsible for the review of material takeoffs.Oversee the risk management process by identifying and mitigating risk potentials to the project.Responsible for ensuring quality checks and inspections on project controls deliverables.Responsible for the review of field audits to validate accuracy of reporting and processes.Capable of performing Project Forensic Analysis. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management or related field. Applicable experience may be substituted for the degree requirement.A minimum of 15 years of direct project controls experience.Must have field experience in order to facilitate and produce detailed construction schedules and interface those construction schedules with engineering and procurement activities.Ability to work independently, think creatively and analytically, and make quick and sound decisions.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Excellent interpersonal skills.Accounting experience required.Expert user of Microsoft office.Expert user of Oracle Primavera P6Experience with Construction Self-Perform projects.Experience in negotiation of heavy industrial project prime agreements and construction contract/subcontract agreements.