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Green Door Recruitment
www.gd-rec.com
renewables@gd-rec.com
0845 337 2773
 
WTG Package Manager - Offshore Wind (based in Slough)
Location: , Outside US (United Kingdom)
Compensation Range:
Employment Type: Full Time (Experienced) Job ID: 9744

Job Details:
WTG Package Manager - Offshore Wind (based in Slough), ref 1101-3



Reports to: MANAGER RENEWABLES CONSULTANCY



Key Purpose of the role:

To act as Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) Package Manager for the development of major offshore wind farm developments.



Principal Accountabilities:

The successful candidate will have a strong commercial and technical background and will have a demonstrable track record in negotiating and implementing wind turbine generator contracts. The successful candidate will be required to:



• Project Manage the contract package for the delivery of the wind turbine supply contract for Offshore Wind Farms.

• Act as commercial and technical lead in the role of WTG Package Manager.

• Coordinate within the he company to obtain specialist technical support as required to progress the package.

• Provide consultancy advice on a wide range of smaller projects.



Facts and figures:

The Renewables Consultancy team currently comprises of 15 people who work within the renewable Business stream. This team is part of an overall offshore team of 130 people working on engineering, due diligence and project management work. This small, focused team has full access to the technical support staff employed by the group.



Size of Projects:

Highly variable. The offshore group performs studies from £10K to £750K.



Essential knowledge, skills and experience:



To be successful in this role, and our clients business, you will need to demonstrate the following qualification, professional expertise and personal attributes:



Technical / Professional Expertise -

The successful candidate will have:

• BSc, BEng or higher in Civil, Mechanical or Structural Engineering. (Equivalent commercial or management qualifications may be considered where the candidate can demonstrate relevant knowledge of the technical aspects of the role).

• Chartered status via MICE, MIStructE or MIMechE or equivalent

• Excellent ability to prepare, review and submit technical documents relating to wind turbine generator performance, operation or maintenance.

• Experience of managing a project through the procurement, fabrication, construction and installation phases.

• Good general understanding of electrical, SCADA and structural aspects.

• Experience of leading tender processes from drafting of the technical aspects of Invitation to Tender documentation and contracts to running tender competitions.



Additional skills:

• German language skills would be advantageous.

• Post graduate qualification in renewable energy.

• Structural design and analysis of offshore sub-structures with detailed knowledge of design codes and design guidance and the ability to solve demanding technical problems to demonstrate structural integrity

• Experience of working in the offshore environment for the renewable energy and/or oil and gas industries would be preferred.

• Previous experience of other marine engineering, such as sea/sand defences, docks or harbours



Competency Requirements:

• A high standard of written and aural skills.

• Excellent ability to liaise with clients, conduct contract negotiations and lead meetings.



Key internal and external contacts (and frequency/method of contact):

Manager Renewables Projects: reporting (regular basis), decision-making (major non-delegated) and issue escalation (as necessary)



Clients: when working on projects and during business development (regular)

Subcontractors: when working on projects (as necessary)

Renewables Consultancy Team including other offices (as project work demands and regular mutual updates)

External Organisations/professionals – sharing of best practice (when appropriate)



Additional Information:

Hours

• Normal working week – 40 per week – Monday – Friday. Hours are flexible with starting times between 8.00 – 9.30 am. Working day is 8 hours excluding lunch break.

• Individuals will be required to work the hours necessary for the role.



Travel

• Individual will be based in Berkshire, required to travel to Clients offices in UK and Europe.



Other

• Training will be available as and when required