Energy, Oil and Gas Headhunters
Our Thermal client provides world class expertise in technical, commercial, project management, environmental and advisory aspects of thermal and renewable power generation technologies, cogeneration, combined heat and power, hydropower and desalination.
A project manager is required to join the Generation Thermal Power Sub-division to lead one or more multi - disciplinary project teams undertaking wide range power generation projects worldwide. Key elements of this role include experience of thermal power generation plants gained in the design, manufacture, or operation of existing assets or the development of Greenfield power projects. Knowledge and experience of the contractual arrangements and interfaces such a Power Purchases Agreements, Fuel Supply Agreements, Engineer Procure and Construct Agreements, Operations and Maintenance Agreements, plant performance modelling, risk management and mitigation applicable to thermal power projects is desirable.
The Job Role is to include, but not be limited to:
Undertake hand-over from sales team and review QCDIS (Quality, Cost, Delivery, Inventory and Satisfactory) schedule
Co-ordinate the purchasing function, to include sourcing suppliers.
You will be responsible for ensuring that technical specifications are met in the most cost effective manner possible
Act as the customer liaison, take responsibility for all interaction.
Plan and manage all parts of major projects, ensure cohesion between individual parts
Monitor and manager On Time Delivery of project
Liaise with sales / quotations team over specification or other changes, and any subsequent cost changes
Complete and deliver management information reports, including sales and margin forecast
Ensure that contractual, regulatory and quality (eg. ISO) obligations and standards are met
Develop and amend the project management process to ensure best practice is maintained across the business Experience of undertaking feasibly studies or working as a Lenders/Owners Engineer would be beneficial.
Ideally you will have:
First degree or equivalent in mechanical or electrical engineering
Desired academic/ professional qualifications and experience:
Masters degree or equivalent in mechanical or electrical engineering
MS Office or equivalent
Good reporting writing and communication skills
GE Gate cycle
TM GT Pro Financial Models
Developing power plant technical specs