Offshore Client Representative – Offshore Substation
An Offshore Substation Client Representative is required to work for a leading Wind Farm developer on an Offshore Wind farm in Scotland.
- The Electrical Team is responsible for the engineering, construction and installation of the transmission and distribution network.
- As the project progresses to the offshore construction phase, there is a requirement to form a site team to manage the offshore hook-up and commissioning of the 3 Offshore Substations
- The client requires Client Representatives to manage the works of multiple contractors on the OSP and interface with the marine coordination team to aid them in carrying out the Principal Contracting duties.
- The site team will support the Package Lead and represent the Client at site to ensure their objectives are being met.
- To write DPR's/Weekly Reporting and submit to package team.
- Work closely with and provide support to the Offshore Substation Site Manager to prioritise critical path works and steer the electrical completion of the OSP
- Maintain records of progress, climatic conditions and daily events.
- Reviewing RAMS and maintaining site records.
- Coordination of works on the OSP between multiple Contractors
- Conduct Toolbox talks and daily briefings
- Coordinate Lift operations with JUV
- Liaise and Coordinate with Site management over PC responsibilities
- Contribute to Daily Vessel movement and SIMOPs Dial ins
- Ensuring that works are proceeding in accordance with RAMS and Contract Procedures.
- Witness any tests or completions as required by the package team.
- Produce minutes from daily co-ordination meeting and distribute them to the team.
- Produce minutes from weekly welfare meetings and distribute to the team
- Feed into the Punch list process.
- Participate fully in the achievement of team goals by bringing ideas, opinions and experience to the team voluntarily, whilst listening to and respecting the views of others.
- HNC/HND, NVQ Level 3 in an Engineering discipline or time served Apprenticeship is essential.
- Previous Offshore experience on a Wind farm, preferably during OSP hook-up.
- Around 4 years' experience in a comparable role.
- Understanding of vessel requirements for PAX and material movement
- Detailed understanding of OSP Electrical and Mechanical systems
- Ability to control/monitor quality assurance and environmental processes.
- Knowledge of safety legislation and regulations.
- Experience and knowledge of CDM Regulations with a good understanding of the Client and Principal Contractor duties supported by practical experience.
- Proficient knowledge of Office suite including Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
- Full GWO
- Full driving licence.
- Ability to travel for extended periods.
- Ability to work on rotation.