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To $ 120,000
manufacturer of large equipment used for global Power and Process industry
clients has opening for a Project Manager. This position will be responsible
for managing large, key customer programs which includes full accountability
for project P&L using Matrix and OBE from program inception through
delivery and field/warranty. Position will be the point of contact for customers
and will provide support to the Sales Department during the proposal phase of
Associate, Corporate Development
the financial analysis of specific development and acquisition opportunities.
identification and development of greenfield and acquisition investment
opportunities in the energy sector. Make recommendations
regarding specific project opportunities and project advancement.
Participate in the project development/acquisition process by assisting
with day to day management of the opportunity including: the financial
analysis of development and acquisition opportunities, development and
maintenance of project budgets and schedules, evaluating commercial options,
participating in due diligence activities and contract negotiations,
preparing presentation to management and owners, etc. Contribute to the
development of bid proposal preparation and organization.
$95,000 - $120,000
Luanda, Angola Africa
American energy firm installs, commissions, maintains and services a range of
Turbo machinery including, aero
derivative gas turbines, power turbines centrifugal compressors and
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$85.000 - $100,000
Luanda, Angola Africa
commissions, maintains and services a range of Turbo machinery including,
aero derivative gas turbines, power turbines centrifugal compressors and
expanders. Supports the client and assigned project manager with logistical
Other Qualifications: 1 Able to travel internationally for up to 60 days at a time 2 Excellent verbal and written communication skills [English and Portuguese] 3 Able to identify and resolve complex technical issues (Troubleshooting) 4 Self-starter able to execute commissioning and start-up of D-R supplied machinery 5 Multi-lingual is desired - English Business Conversational preferred 6 Ability to work on offshore installations and other harsh environments 7 Skilled in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
Requirements: Interact with customers and understand the value of excellent
customer service delivery. 2 Supervise the installation of GT packages,
compressors 4 Perform PM on GT packages, Power Turbine change-outs,
compressor overhauls, alignments 5 Verify OEM installation instruction and
readings e.g., baseplate levelness, alignment. 6
Interpret P&ID & dimensional drawings 7 Understanding of basic
controls 8 Commission equipment 9 Troubleshoot and startup of equipment 10
Perform Root Cause Analysis if necessary 11 Communicate progress, schedules,
and open items with client 12 Prepare detailed technical reports 13 Provide
logistical support to the client and assigned PM 14 Assist PM, HR &
Resource manager with onboarding of FSR's/
technicians 15 Helps in preparation and delivery of OTJ training for FSR's/
technicians 16 Provide coaching to FSR's 17 Assist with client training on
new packages 18 Observe on-site Security & HSE procedures, in line with
OEM specifications 19 Maintain comprehensive customer activity reports for
customer inspection 20 Provide detailed site reports
Global Procurement Director
$140,000 to $185,000
Boston (area), MA
Based in the corporate office of this global independent power producer, the Global Procurement Director is responsible for the review, refinement, development and implementation of a fit for purpose global procurement organization and supporting framework. Reporting to the VP of Global Operations, the Global Procurement Director will also be responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating and overseeing the work of the Procurement Group staff and other stakeholders in a matrix environment. The role will also interface with Corporate and Regional commercial managers responsible for commercial oversight of key operations and engineering contracts.
We are looking for someone with at least 10 years of experience in procurement, preferably in a power generation, heavy industrial environment or manufacturing. A good understanding of the global electricity markets is important. The successful candidate is expected to have a strong track record of major contract negotiations. A high level of knowledge about gas turbines and procurement practice is an advantage. Working knowledge of EAM, CMMS or ERP systems is preferred. A BS in business or engineering is preferred. CPM certification is a plus.
The role will be based in the corporate office but will require travel for negotiations, supplier evaluation and site visits. It is expected that this role will require 50% travel; however, this will be adjusted based on the needs of the business. Send resume to Kathleen Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Corporate Commercial Strategic Planning and Trading
(CORPORATE COMMERCIAL and TRADING ROLE)
International Energy Projects
Corporate Headquarters – Northeastern USA
To ~ $180,000
This is a high profile executive level position responsible for leading the development and execution of an enterprise wide strategic planning framework for this mid-sized power generation firm.
The successful candidate will fill an important role contributing to decision support, analysis, strategic and regulatory change planning on a portfolio of international energy projects. The successful candidate will be expected to support the development of our portfolio trading strategy, liaising with Shareholders, Senior Management and Regional GMs and relevant functional leads.
Reporting to the COO, the role will include coordination of enterprise and regional strategies and associated trading plans with the aim of optimizing the company portfolio value. A key feature will be corporate level communications and agreement with recommendations on both specific and over-arching trading decisions. The role also allows for the development of actions to help meeting the company’s strategic objectives. The role requires experience and knowledge of our assets and associated markets. The candidate will optimize financial returns within a risk appropriate framework given the company structure and appetite.
Trading Strategy Coordination: Develop and maintain portfolio level trading targets designed to provide a framework for superior decision making. Work with the regions to provide recommendations contributing to, and optimizing the overarching strategy. Work with the COO and regional teams to set and revise as required three year portfolio and regional trading targets. Set and track KPIs, providing analysis on performance. Analytical support for medium and long-term strategic planning, scenario planning, competitive positioning, market analysis and portfolio management. Coordinate Commercial and Trading Strategy Review meetings.
Communication/Market Knowledge: Prepare and participate in the development of market updates, regulatory change summaries and stakeholder training. The role will require regular visits to the regional trading teams in order to stay on top of market and strategy changes. Detailed understanding of markets where we operate is required
Forecast Coordination: Work with the regional leads to ensure credible and consistent commodity price curves and dispatch assumptions are applied to forecasts. Act as the corporate representative for all third party forecast production, performing due diligence and ensuring consistency between regions where appropriate. Responsible for providing analysis to stakeholders on the underlying drivers of the forecast and understanding impact of any changes. Coordinate the implementation and take ownership of a consistently applied LRMC (or other) long term forecast, including the establishment of discount rate criteria (CAPM model or other).
Education: Bachelor’s degree with concentration in Finance. MBA or Masters in Finance, a CFA accreditation or an Engineering degree is a plus, but not required.
Skills Required: Excellent analytical skills. Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel. Excellent oral and written communication. Excellent team player. Excellent interpersonal skills with consideration for cultural differences. Ability to work independently with minimum supervision and complete assignments with short deadlines.
Industry Experience: 5 + years of experience in the Power/Oil & Gas Industries, or in a Trading/Risk Management position. Quantitative background with an affinity for financial analysis. Any prior business experience or working experience in a multi-national company is a plus. Affinity with strategic planning, scenario analysis, market analysis, valuations, investment analysis. Affinity with the independent power producing industry or oil & gas industry. Experience with Financial Modeling is a plus. Experience with TM1 is a plus.
ATTRIBUTES: The candidate will be an intelligent, well-educated, self-motivated individual with excellent interpersonal skills. The candidate’s personal style will need to be entrepreneurial, fast paced, and value driven. The candidate will need to be very comfortable working in a lean, international organization that is strongly dependent on teamwork. 20% travel is typical. Languages: English, Second language a plus (Spanish, Mandarin) but not required. Send Resume to Kathleen Porter at email@example.com.
Health, Safety, Security and Environmental / Quality Supervisor
Mexico Region – San Luis de la Paz
$50,000 – $65,000 USD
Our USA client is a global power generation (IPP) firm with power plants representing a total generation capacity of 7,686 MW. The plants are located in the UK, the Netherlands, Mexico and Australia. Mexican citizens are preferred for this position, but candidates from other countries might be considered. Relocation assistance will be provided. Fluent in Spanish is mandatory.
Reporting to the Plant Manager, the key purpose of the Health, Safety, Security and Environmental / Quality Supervisor (HSSE) will act as coordinator, supervisor, educator, planner and evaluator of the health, safety, security and environmental / Quality programs. The employee will assist the plant manager to ensure plant compliance on applicable health, safety and environmental regulations, standards and requirements. The position demands deep knowledge of applicable regulatory standards. The successful candidate will assist all employees in health, safety and environmental matters. Collect data and information in order to resolve health, safety and environmental issues. Establish HSSE plans and programs consistent with HSSE policies and requirements. Be responsible for the management and implementation of the ISO 9000, 14000 and 18000 standards. Custodian of the Company quality program on site. The employee will promote the importance of HSSE in plant as well as externally through awareness, training, coaching and specific programs. Communication, planning, administration and interpersonal skills are required for this position. It is a requirement to possess the ability to interact and work in a matrix, high commitment environment. Ability to travel is also required for this position.
Main Contacts: Internal: Corporate HSSE team, Regional HSSE Manager, Plant, Production Managers and Area Supervisors. External: Regulatory and governmental agencies, Fire Department. Supervisions Exercised: Outside contractors
Job Responsibilities: Support Plant Manager in the design and implementation of HSSE policies, procedures, plans and projects. Acts as representative of ISO 9000, 14000 and 18000 systems. Supervise the compliance in terms of HSSE policies and procedures. Responsible for environmental administration compliance through the establishment of programs and initiatives. Responsible for environmental system principles establishment and implementation. Responsible for collecting data and reporting on the plant’s environmental performance. Responsible for protecting the company assets based on company policies and procedures. Do no incur in corrupt practices. Responsible for managing the site security program. Responsible for quality program on site.
Position Functions: Responsible for establishing HSSE policies and procedures relating to the plant operation, emergency response, employee’s safety and general health and safety issues. Perform periodic environmental assessments to infrastructure through specialized outsider consultants and report findings to Plant Manager. Provide specialized technical assistance through engineering specialists as well as helping with technical problem resolution while providing assistance from an environmental standpoint. Monitors the health and safety registries installations and assists Plant Manager in the zero accidents goal completion. Provides supervision and quality control as needed to ensure the plant equipment and infrastructure are used under the HSSE parameters. Responsible for complying with all regulatory reporting systems and internal communication to employees, region and corporate team. Updates employees on HSSE regulations on time to avoid incidents. Responsible for reporting HSSE incidents and accidents through the BITS HSSE reporting system. Responsible for identifying potential HSSE risks and building corrective action plans when needed. Responsible for the annual HSSE assessment in plant. Tracks the completion of specific corrective actions as described in the action plans resulting from periodic assessments. Supports other IG plants in the establishment of plans and programs. Responsible for maintaining direct communication with corporate HSSE department including participation on conference calls, meetings and annual conferences. Responsible for the appropriate hazardous and non hazardous waste management in the plant. Responsible for establishing the emergency preparedness plans and programs. Responsible for the management of the site security program.
Challenges: Build and maintain a culture which focuses team members to set realistic and challenging goals and solve problems effectively. Demonstrates an open and positive approach to problem solving, opportunities and a commitment to ongoing personal and professional development. Encourages team members to demonstrate supportive and constructive leadership when dealing with others. Displays cooperation and is sensitive to the satisfaction of the work group. Builds and maintains an environment of fellowship and teamwork that not only builds team spirit but sets standards for the behavior of the team within the production team and across the site.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors Degree in Engineering, Environmental Management or Safety Management or related career. In-depth knowledge of HSSE regulations. Expertise in HSSE assessment programs implementation and deployment. Quality monitoring. Strong analytical skills. Energy experience. Excellent oral & written communication skills. Team membership skills. Minimum five years experience in the HSSE area and at least Five in a leading role as a supervisor in power generation industry or Gas & Oil industry.
$125,000 - $135,000
Company is an engineered-to-order supplier of heat transfer and combustion components to the worldwide power generation and process industries. Position is key member of strategic management team. Fantastic opportunity to join a successful company, in a strong growth mode, putting your mark on things by building a solid engineering team. Will be responsible for Managing and developing current engineering staff that includes a dozen engineers in various disciplines (Mechanical, Electrical, Civil/Structural) as well as building department with additional 20 engineers over next two years. MUST HAVE BS in Engineering discipline Minimum 10 years Prior design experience using ASME Section VIII codes. Relocation provided. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
$80,000 - $90,000
supplier of auxiliary power components to the worldwide gas turbine power
generation industry has opening for an Applications Engineer at their
facility in Tulsa. Position is an integral part of engineering and design
projects by reviewing specifications and requirements, creating sales
proposals, performing structural design calculations, and reviewing code
requirements for loading on ductwork.
Mechanical Engineer (Power Generation)
$70,000 - $85,000
are working with one of the leading manufacturers of custom-engineered
auxiliary equipment for the power generation industry. Position located at
their facility in Tulsa.
$80,000 - $90,000
Eastern OK/ Tulsa, OK
$70,000 - $85,000
Competitive Salary and Benefits
East Texas (Tyler/Beaumont, TX)
is looking for a high performing Field Service Engineer with expertise in
fluidized bed boilers for a direct hire opportunity in Texas. This engineer
will be a subject matter expert on operations and maintenance for biomass
power plant operations. We seek an excellent communicator who enjoys
mentoring and training O&M staff. This is a great opportunity to join a
global engineering leader with excellent benefits and career growth
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Laguna Beach, CA 92651
31655 2nd Avenue
Laguna Beach, CA 92651 USA