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Site Manager

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Energy, Renewables
  • Discipline: Project Management
  • Location: France
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2020-41416_1594201033

Job Description

Primat Recruitment has an exciting opportunity for an Offshore Wind Site Manager to join one of the biggest multi-national renewables company for an ongoing contract. The main site is in France and the expectation is that the successful individual will have the ability to travel to site on a regular basis. Elements of the role can be worked remotely.

The Offshore Wind Site Manager is a key, lead role within the project leading the Site construction capability; it is a critical role to co-ordinate, manage and execute the shore based supporting works associated construction offshore. Accountable for the all H&S, Environmental aspects on site, regulatory compliance, site performance, delivery of KPIs and leading the shore support site team.

Key Responsibilities

  • Delivering construction phase strategies and plans,
  • Planning and implementing construction site set up and logistics,
  • Leading the construction phase of the project, including management of multiple contractors and associated interfaces;
  • Working to company and business standards and acceptance criteria, and ensuring quality, best practice and excellent Health Safety and Environmental performance criteria are applied.
  • Establishing and managing the project OWF Construction Port Office.
  • Lead tender process and contract execution to put in place construction and port/s facilities from which to operate an appropriate construction capability to execute the infield work
  • Establish, make ready, manage and maintain the construction capability for the project Construction site, infield and offshore;
  • Safely leading the team in making sure the Construction of the Wind Farm is carried out in accordance with associated policies, procedures, and industry best practice. Produce and implement Site procedures.
  • Manage the construction and O&M port upgrade contract that includes, but not limited to, liaisons with local stakeholders, oversee construction progress and planning, ensure contractor performs according to project requirements, ensure principal contractor performs according to Iberdrola quality, health, safety and environmental regulations, report to Iberdrola line managers, etc.
  • Responsible to ensure the Marine Assurance, Marine coordination, Onboarding & Induction and PTW functions cohesively to establish and maintain a safe system of work; function shall be auditable and demonstrate it is adequate and implemented effectively for the project use. This shall be done in close coordination with Offshoretigation affecting the Offshore Substation.
  • Active induction, instruction and training of site procedures to Installation teams and Contractors, as necessary. This shall be done in close coordination with H&S team on site as well as marine coordination team.
  • Ensure continuous site operation in a smooth and non-interrupted continuation of construction works under the responsibility of Ailes Marines Construction Management and the Site Management. Monitor and report progress pertaining to works across all construction activities, services and equipment, both onshore and infield;
  • Establish management function to address the takeover, temporary asset management and handover operations on a continual basis throughout the construction phase;
  • Engage with internal and external stakeholder, as required and represent Company/ project interests to ensure they are protected;
  • Control progress and costs of the project through continuous review of project reports including cost control reports and schedules;
  • Produce written weekly and monthly reports for the projects management team
  • Ensure weekly forecasts are cascaded and all stakeholders made aware of activities and responsibilities
  • Allocation of daily/weekly works via the 'request for services' call off form, signing off all work as completed or ongoing;
  • Ensure continuously site operation in a smooth and non-interrupted schedule of construction works under their control;

Qualifications, Certification and Experience

  • Full Offshore Wind GWO
  • Offshore Medical certificate.
  • NEBOSH General Certificate
  • Ability to speak French to a basic level.
  • Demonstrable experience in a construction management role
  • Documented experience in a safety leadership role
  • Advanced knowledge on marine operations deployed for development, construction and operations for Offshore Wind projects
  • Understand and demonstrate a clear knowledge of the construction and commissioning process.
  • Ability to organise and manage many different contractors and sub-contractors simultaneously
  • Excellent time and project management skills.
  • A solid, demonstrable understanding of HSEQ, consent compliance and risk management issues
  • Experience of managing the construction team and delivering against targets and reporting.
  • Knowledge on the implementation of quality assurance and environmental processes

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