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Assistant Account Payable Manager

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Department CFO
Location Taipei, Taiwan

Assistant Account Payable Manager will be part of the CFO department of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project and be responsible for executing the account payable, value added tax VAT related processes filling and refund and implement improvement in the ERP System.

About the Role

Assistant Account Payable Manager will be part of the CFO (Chief Finance Office) department of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project and be responsible for executing the account payable, value-added tax (VAT) related processes (filling and refund) and implement improvement in the ERP System. In the role of Assistant of Account Payable Manager, will report to the Account Payable Manager or to the Senior Director of Accounting and Tax. 


Key Responsibilities
  • Review all invoices/supporting documents for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment.
  • Supervise the key in all the invoices into the ERP System.
  • Post all the invoices that have been key in by Account Payable Specialist/Interns or someone from the Accounting team.
  • Maintain vendor master data.
  • Maintain copies of vouchers, invoices or correspondence necessary for files.
  • Monitor accounts to ensure payments are up to date.
  • Handle employee reimbursement and travel expense claim.
  • Collect all necessary information for VAT fillings and for requesting the VAT refund applications.
  • Work to drive process improvements in other accounting operation functions as assigned.
  • Proceed with monthly closing, liaising with Account Payable Manager and Accounting & Tax Manager.
  • Train and coordinate the VIC (Vendor Invoice Claim) process in the ERP system.
  • Provide all necessary information during Audits or ICFR process.
  • Other project support assigned by Account Payable Manager and other members in CFO department.

Qualifications & Key Skills
  • Business University Degree (Economics, Commerce, or Finance) or related field. 5-year of relevant working experience in similar function or Big 4 experience is desirable.
  • Detail-oriented and team-oriented
  • Solid understanding of basic bookkeeping, accounting and tax principles.
  • Good communication skills and can work under pressure. Self-motivated with an innately curious personality and a desire to learn.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and prioritize effectively.
  • Language: 1). Mandarin: native; 2). English: effective communication
  • Good computer literacy. (MS Office and/or MS Dynamics 365)
Application
This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.
 
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Port Package Manager

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Department EPCI
Location Taipei, Taiwan

As the Port Package Manager, you will be leading the Port Package in EPCI package of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project. The report manager of this position will be the EPCI Director. You will be primarily based in Taipei and travelling frequently to ports. You will be leading all the foundation marshalling harbour and wind turbine pre-assembly site related communications with TIPC and port related authorites during execution phase of Hai Long Project. You will be responsible for delivering a suitable land for WTG pre-assembly site which includes managing the land upgrade work. You will be leading a team member to complete the Customs clearance for T&I items.

在海龍專案執行階段,您將與TIPC和港口相關機構共同主導所有與基礎集結碼頭和風機預裝組裝場相關的溝通。負責提供適合的土地供風機預裝組裝場使用,包括管理土地升級工作,並將帶領團隊成員完成T&I物品的海關清關工作。

About the Role

As the Port Package Manager, you will be leading the Port Package in EPCI package of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project. The report manager of this position will be the EPCI Director. You will be primarily based in Taipei and travelling frequently to ports. You will be leading all the foundation marshalling harbour and wind turbine pre-assembly site related communications with TIPC and port related authorites during execution phase of Hai Long Project. You will be responsible for delivering a suitable land for WTG pre-assembly site which includes managing the land upgrade work. You will be leading a team member to complete the Customs clearance for T&I items.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead the Port Package in EPCI package and internal cross package communication.
  • Lead the communication towards harbour authorities on behalf of Hai Long Project.
  • Manage port lease agreements, land upgrade contracts and all the port related contracts.
  • Manage the budget and control the costs of Port package.
  • Coordinate harbour specification/contracting process in cooperation with package managers, EPCI managers, commercial managers and legal advisors.
  • Secure suitable CTV berths for WTG package.
  • Manage the execution of technical studies such as soil-bearing capacities assessments of ports.
  • Manage the land upgrade works for ports.
  • Manage the Customs clearance for T&I items.
  • Manage all harbour visits.
  • Handle the coordination towards internal and external consultants, government organisations and port authorities in Taiwan.
  • Take proactive ownership of the communication with stakeholders.
  • Manage the permits related to ports.
  • Ensure that the quality and HSE requirements are implemented in port related activities.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned by EPCI director.

Qualifications & Key Skills

  • 5+ years of experience as project manager, commmercial manager or similar.
  • Proven work experience as a team leader or supervisor. Good leadership and decision making skills.
  • Excellent coordination and communication skills.
  • Previous experience with communicating with TIPC or government authorities.
  • Have relevant knowledge in energy/offshore wind industry.
  • Culturally aware with efficient performance to work with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Open minded to reach effective communication and adapted to the changes.
  • Well-organized, , ability to multi-task with great follow-up skills
  • Fluency in Mandarin and English (written and verbal).

Application
This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.
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Port Interface Engineer

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Department EPCI
Location Taichung

You will be responsible for managing the day to day interface with TIPC, WTG package, T&I package and their contractors. You will also be responsible for managing the civil works with consultant’s support to ensure that the land in port is delivered to meet contractor’s requirements and schedule.

你將負責管理與TIPC、WTG、T&I及其承包商,並負責管理土木工程,並在顧問的支持下確保港口土地的交付,以滿足承包商的要求和計劃。

About the Role

As the Port Interface Engineer, you will be part of the Port Team of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project. The report manager of this position will be the Port Package Manager. You will be primarily based in Taichung and travelling frequently to Taipei office and other locations for the port related tasks after the Taichung office is set up, and before that you will be based in Taipei office. You will be responsible for managing the day to day interface with TIPC, WTG package, T&I package and their contractors.  You will also be responsible for managing the civil works with consultant’s support to ensure that the land in port is delivered to meet contractor’s requirements and schedule.

Key Responsibilities

  • Act as the main point of contact with TIPC. Proactively communicate with TIPC to optimise the general working plan in port.
  • Ensure that the land in port is well-prepared to meet the requirements in TSA and hand over in time. Manage the civil works in port with constultnat’s support.
  • Lead the regular port interface meetings and follow up the actions with the related packages. 
  • Draft and execute the Harbour Security Plan.
  • Facilitate Interface Management on a day-to-day basis; facilitate meetings between internal and/or external stakeholders; resolve (detailed) interface conflicts as needed; document agreements made to resolve such conflicts. 
  • Engage with related packages to ensure that all commercial, scheduling, permit interfaces of Port are visible and aligned.
  • Ensure that all the permits for working in ports are well-prepared and acquired in time.
  • Train the interface stakeholders in the established processes and tools; ensuring compliance to the established processes.
  • Collaborate closely with the planning and risk within the PMO team 
  • Attend the external meetings with TIPC, related authorities and companies on behalf of HL project for any port related discussions.
  • Identify potential improvements to interfaces between packages that minimize project risk and maximize value.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned by Port Package Manager.

Qualifications & Key Skills

  • 3-5+ years of experience as project manager, commmercial manager with Civil or engineering knowledage and background.
  • Good coordination and communication skills.
  • Previous experience with communicating with TIPC or government.
  • A team player who is willing and able to work with others to solve problems and share knowledge.
  • Ability to be proactive and taking own initiative including working independent.
  • Well-organized, detail-oriented, ability to multi-task with great follow-up skills
  • Fluency in Mandarin and English (written and verbal).


Application
This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.
 

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Finance Analyst

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Department CFAO
Location Taipei, Taiwan

As a Financial Analyst, you will be a member of the Chief Finance Officer CFO Department, which is responsible for a wide range of corporate functions, including Project Finance, Corporate Finance, Accounting and Tax. Across these various functions, your main responsibility is Financial Modelling. You will work with members of the CFO team, whose mandate is to review and analyze the financial results, ensure compliance with lenders’ requirements, and make any necessary adjustments on post-FC management.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist in the development and maintenance of financial models to support business decision-making processes.
  • Collect, organize, and analyze financial data from various sources to input into models, including collaborating with cross-functional teams to understand business requirements and model assumptions, such as status updates to government authorities, press releases, industry feedback, budgeting, hedging, etc.
  • Perform financial modeling, valuation, scenario analyses, sensitivity analyses as and when requested for purposes related to project financing and business case updates.
  • Support Sr Finance Associate in creating accurate and detailed financial projections, forecasts, and valuation analyses.
  • Maintain and update existing financial models to reflect changes in business operations, market conditions, or strategic initiatives. Perform ad-hoc financial analysis and modeling tasks as required by management.
  • Assist in preparing presentations and reports based on financial modeling results for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Participate in meetings and discussions to contribute insights and recommendations based on financial analysis.
  • Handle administrative tasks in relation to Project Finance or Financial Modelling such as maintaining Project Finance calendar, noting business day conventions, deadlines on regular reporting, notice periods, etc.
  • Seek approvals for various documentation and chop the appropriate forms and documents upon approval.
  • Identify and follow up on any outstanding action items, bringing them to the attention of the respective responsible action owners.
  • Collaborate with CFO team members to deliver mandates of each respective function.

 

Qualifications & Key Skills

  • Holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, accounting, and/or economics
  • Possesses 2-3 years of experience in financing, accounting, and/or external financial audit
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel with the ability to utilize common formulas intuitively
  • Hands-on experience in Taiwan renewable energy industry and project finance is a plus
  • Fluent in English and Chinese, both written and spoken
  • Strong communication and team working skills across functions
  • Disciplined, well-organized and detail-oriented
  • Capable of working independently with minimal supervision after appropriate training
  • Energetic and willing to foster proactively a warm and enjoyable working atmosphere

 

Application

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

 

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WTG Commissioning Manager

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Department EPCI-WTG
Location Taipei, Taiwan

As the WTG Commissioning Manager, you will be part of the WTG Package team of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project. You will be based in primarily in Taipei with frequent visits to Taichung Port, Taiwan and report to the Director WTG.

About the Role

This role requires high collaboration between the WTG Package and the wider Project, including internal and external stakeholders. You should be able to take on a variety of tasks and subjects, as well as work flexibly with the project as it moves through the different phases, in order to support the Director WTG in delivering the WTG Package. Your focus will be to manage the Contractor and field teams, as well as other relevant internal and external stakeholders to ensure delivery of the WTG commissioning scope. To achieve this, during offshore works, you will provide direction towards Hai Long field teams and manage the Contractor in order to support the commissioning of the WTGs up to hand over to the Operations team. In addition, you shall liaise and support the wider Hai Long offshore wind farm commissioning works and grid compliance.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure the Contractor complies with the commissioning Employer’s Requirements.
  • Coordinate the Employer’s activities within the commissioning scope in close coordination with HSE and Quality.
  • Accountable for the execution of the commissioning scope in accordance with the Contract, Programme, quality and other project deliverables.
  • Responsible for ensuring the WTG Package complies with the Project commissioning plan.
  • Collaborate closely with the Project Quality Manger to ensure WTG quality is met and defects/issues are properly managed.
  • Collaborate closely with the Project Lead Commissioning Manager, to ensure WTG commissioning is completed in accordance with and synchronised to the overall wind farm commissioning plan and Hai Long Electrical Safety Rules.
  • Coordinate the project’s personnel offshore to ensure adequate coverage to manage the Contractor’s commissioning activities.
  • Liaise with the WTG T&I team to coordinate the commissioning works.
  • Liaise with the ONS team for grid code compliance testing.
  • Participate in risk management within the WTG package.
  • Support Change Management procedures in the WTG package, including variation orders and claims.
  • Support QA/QC during installation and commissioning of the Works, in close collaboration with the Quality team, including coordinating relevant inspections and liaising with the internal WTG Technical team for the resolution of non-conformities.
  • Review of commissioning related documentation, including key deliverables from the Contractor, and supporting the validation of related payments, invoices and guarantees.

 

Qualifications & Key Skills

  • Degree in Engineering (or equivalent), or experience in a commissioning role within onshore wind or offshore wind industry.
  • At least 4 years’ experience preferably within WTG package during project development and/or execution in a similar or role. Work experience in APAC or with a WTG OEM a plus.
  • Good communicator able to build sound business relationships and represent them in project meetings and presentations.
  • Competent when dealing with health and safety standards, quality standards, best practice, technical specifications, and regulatory requirements.
  • Organised and process-driven, able to work independently or collaboratively as suits the situation best.
  • IT literate and able to learn and make full use of internal systems.
  • Ability to establish, maintain and develop effective relationships at different seniority levels.
  • Self-driven, proactive, and solution-oriented attitude.
  • A team player with the ability and motivation to work in a diverse environment with people of different cultural backgrounds.
  • Strong communication skills in English, written and spoken.
  • Willing to travel and work across multiple locations (including offshore) as required.

 


Application

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

 

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Government Relations Manager

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Department GR/PR
Location Taipei, Taiwan

As a Government Relations Manager, you will be part of the GR/PR team of Hai Long Offshore Wind Project and have the responsibility to plan and execute a comprehensive, proactive government affairs strategy that advances project’s mission and goals.

About the Role

As a Government Relations Manager, you will be part of the GR/PR team of Hai Long Offshore Wind Project and have the responsibility to plan and execute a comprehensive, proactive government affairs strategy that advances project’s mission and goals. In this capacity, the Government Relations Manager shall take on a broad package of tasks, including but not limited to the following:


Key Responsibilities

  • Develop and execute a government relations strategy for strengthening relationships with government decision makers, key-influencers, champions, opponents, and other stakeholders. With a goal of increasing their understanding of and support for Hai Long project, in collaboration with the Hai Long management team.
  • Engage with government officials associated with Project execution and senior officials and policy makers at national and country level government departments, and key stakeholder groups such as local Fishery Associations and NGOs.
  • Collaborate cross-functionally with the Hai Long project team and its shareholders both locally and globally (commercial, legal, public affairs, construction, etc.) to quickly identify risks, mitigations and opportunities.
  • Monitor legislation, policy and public activities and update and advise line manager and team members about relevant policy proposals and actions and analyse potential impacts on the project.
  • Participate and coordinate government relations strategy with external relevant stakeholders, including Canadian Trade Office Taipei (CTOT), European Chamber of Commerce Taipei (ECCT), AmCham Taiwan, Taiwan Offshore Wind Industry Association (TOWIA), Taiwan Renewable Energy Alliance (TRENA), other developers, etc. and engage constituents inside and outside the project team in support of the project’s government relations agenda.
  • Liaise with relevant government relations, communications and PR teams within partner and supplier teams to ensure consistent messaging, tactics and action.
  • Develop a wide range of materials in support of Hai Long’s government relations agenda, including but not limited to presentations, talking points, legislative summaries, factsheets, reports, and letters.
  • Plan and execute events and other activities to support Hai Long’s government relations goals, including but not limited to visits and meetings, and provide interpretation and translation when necessary.
  • Plan and execute budget for government relations activities.
  • Ad-hoc assigned responsibilities as necessary

 

Qualifications & Key Skills

  • Have minimum 5+ years of experience in relevant and similar fields of work.
  • Have a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or above.
  • Possess excellent coordination, cooperation as well as language skills (English proficiency is a must); a team player who is willing and able to work with others to solve problems and share knowledge.
  • Have relevant knowledge in energy/offshore wind industry.
  • Culturally aware with efficient performance to work with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Respect others and being able to work with people from diverse academic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Think strategically and act like an owner with minimum supervision to achieve the Project and team goals.
  • Open minded to reach effective communication and adapted to the changes.

 

Application

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

 

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Procurement Specialist

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Department Contract & Procurement
Location Taipei, Taiwan

The Procurement Specialist is to support and coordinate all relevant tasks to prepare tenders, initiate and negotiate contracts, ultimately to sign a contract in the interest of the Hai Long Project.

About the Role

The task is to ensure consistent management of all proposals, contracts and purchase orders, as well as development of specific tenders for submission, contract negotiations and document management. The Procurement Specialist requires close collaboration with various departments within the Hai Long project team as well as external stakeholders and the project’s shareholders.

The role requires to support the project for all local Procurement tasks, keeping the oversight, but also assisting the package managers on a hands-on manner. It is expected that the Procurement Specialist will be able to take responsibility of the contracts allocated to them.

The Procurement Specialist is to support and coordinate all relevant tasks to prepare tenders, initiate and negotiate contracts, ultimately to sign a contract in the interest of the Hai Long Project.

Key Responsibilities

  • Prepare the materials for internal approval process (for budgeting, contract signing, or any other ad-hoc purpose)
  • Identify suppliers and manage prequalification process for potential suppliers with support from the project
  • Preparation of tender documents, including but are not limited to coordinating with each package, document review, consolidation of the documents
  • Coordinate meetings with internal and external stakeholders
  • Prepare Purchase Orders and Contract Package
  • Support on the general procurement/contract management activities through the project
  • Ensure that all contracting and procurement matters are in accordance with legislation, ethical practices, procurement- and HSSEQ policies and value drivers of the project
  • Regularly update the Procurement contract and supplier list
  • Perform appropriate administrative and operational research to support proposal and contract development
  • Ensure continuous improvement and knowledge sharing is reflected in the contracts

Qualifications & Key Skills

  • Degree educated in Engineering, Procurement, Commerical, or similar
  • At least 2 years of experience on construction projects or offshore wind projects
  • Must have worked in an international workplace with multi-cultural teams
  • Experience with internationally adopted contracts such as the FIDIC standard forms of contract would be preferable but not mandatory
  • Must be highly motivated to be further growth and able to analyse complex challenges and develop appropriate solutions
  • Professional attitude, high work ethics and high energy level.
  • Ability to work under pressure and getting things done both independently as well as in teams.
  • Ability to adapt to change and ad hoc requirements
  • Strong negotiation skills would be ideal

Application

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

 

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Senior EPCI Engineer

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Department EPCI
Location Taipei, Taiwan

As the Senior EPCI Engineer, you will support the EPC Director in leading the technical execution of the Hai Long Offshore Wind project - the biggest offshore wind farm to date in APAC. You will be based at our office in Taipei, Taiwan and report directly to the EPCI Director.

做為EPCI資深工程師,您將協助EPCI經理管理海龍離岸風電專案的技術執行並直接向EPCI經理匯報。

About the Role

As the Senior EPCI Engineer, you will support the EPC Director in leading the technical execution of the Hai Long Offshore Wind project - the biggest offshore wind farm to date in APAC. You will be based at our office in Taipei, Taiwan and report directly to the EPCI Director.

 

Key Responsibilities

This role requires excellent collaboration skills and flexibility to work across a range of subjects. You will provide strong coordination between EPCI packages and technical and commercial analysis to deliver the project successfully. In this capacity, you shall take on a broad package of tasks, including but not limited to the following:

  • Support the EPCI director with ad-hoc analysis and coordination activities
  • Preparation of regular and ad-hoc reports and presentations to EPCI Director, the project management board and shareholders
  • Coordination of selected cross package activities and assessments to enable optimal decision making with regards to technical, schedule, quality, safety and commercial parameters
  • Managing external project stakeholders such as Lender’s Technical Advisor
  • Liaise with other departments such as PMO (e.g. wrt. change management, risk mangement), Finance, Legal etc.


Qualifications & Key Skills

 

  • BSc or MSc in Engineering
  • Experience with coordinating the assessment and planning of offshore wind farm works e.g. within design, construction and commissioning phases
  • Experience with cross-package planning and coordination, external stakeholder management such as Lender’s Technical Advisor is a plus
  • Strong reporting and presentation skills, experience with reporting to senior management a plus
  • A team player with ability and motivation to work in a diverse environment with people of different cultural backgrounds
  • Excellent communication skills in English, both written and spoken
  • Current location in Taiwan required


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Cash Management - Intern

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Department CFAO
Location Taipei, Taiwan

As the Accountant - Intern, you will be part of our CFO Team based in Taiwan. You will also work closely with team to assist in preparation of documents and other administrative tasks.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist in the payment documentation preparation
  • Assist in banking related documentation and company chopping procedure
  • Support the administration of banking relationships, including managing bank accounts and signatories
  • Assist with set up project accounts
  • Assist with identify opportunities for process improvements and contribute to the development of cash management procedures.
  • Maintain accurate and organized documentation related to cash management activities.
  • Assist in digitalize cash management related documentation and set up digitalizing working flow

 

Qualifications & Key Skills

  • Major in finance or accounting.
  • Assist in daily financial and administrative tasks, such as preparing payment-related documents, assisting with bank KYC, and organizing financial transaction details and documents.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel or other spreadsheet software, familiarity with financial systems and banking platforms is a plus.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, able to collaborate with cross-functional teams.
  • Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and maintain a high level of integrity.
  • Handle miscellaneous tasks assigned by supervisors.
  • Available to work at least 3-5 days per week, with a commitment of one or two academic semesters.

 

Application

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SCADA Engineer

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Department SCADA
Location Taipei, Taiwan

In the role of SCADA Engineer, you will form part of the SCADA Team that reports to the SCADA & Communications Manager.

About the Role

As SCADA Engineer, you will be part of the Substations team of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project. You will be based in Taipei, Taiwan and report to the SCADA & Communications Manager. This role requires excellent collaboration skills and flexibility to work across a range of subjects. In this capacity, you shall take on a broad range of tasks, including but not limited to the following:

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Support SCADA & Communications Manager in delivering the SCADA, network and communications scope to project objectives
  • Review of SCADA, network and communication design, installation, commissioning documents
  • Liaise with Commissioning & Installation Engineer and Supervisors during installation and commissioning
  • Support SCADA manager to ensure SCADA system including architecture and system equipment's complies with all company and international cyber security standards
  • Support SCADA manager with O&M design, OSS SCADA, WTG SCADA and Onshore Substation SCADA design
  • Maintain interface registers acc. to agreement with stakeholders
  • Translate technical documents from Chinese to English


Qualifications & Key Skills

  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering, Control Engineering or equivalent.
  • Fluent in English and Chinese, both verbal and in writing.
  • Direct work experience in a position as SCADA, network or telecommunications engineer preferable.
  • Willing to travel frequently within Taiwan for fabrication site and supplier visits.
  • A team player with ability and motivation to work in a diverse environment with people of different cultural backgrounds.

 

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WTG Technical Manager

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Department O&M
Location Taipei, Taiwan

You will be part of the O&M team of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project and report to the O&M Director.

About the Role

As the WTG Technical Manager, you will be part of the WTG Package team of the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project. You will be based in Taipei, Taiwan and report to the Director WTG. This role requires high collaboration within the WTG Package and towards the wider Project, including internal and external stakeholders.
The ideal candidate is able to effectively communicate at a technical level as well as being able to translate technical details so these can be discussed internally with non-technical people and at a commercial level. You should be able to take on a variety of tasks and work flexibly as the project moves through the next phases and support the Director WTG in delivering the WTG Package. In this capacity, the WTG Technical Manager shall take on the following tasks:

Key Responsibilities

  • Review and define BOP maintenance procedures and execution control in the field.
  • Develop and approve the periodic BOP maintenance plan.
  • Plan and execute a training plan for the technical team.
  • Manage site teams to ensure safe operation of BOP equipment.
  • Perform periodic inspections and following the activities.
  • Ensure that all necessary tools on the site are available and calibrated
  • Support technical discussions with regulatory agencies, if necessary
  • Analyse and promote technical discussions
  • Establish KPIs and monitor them
  • Develop, monitor, and ensure the monthly and annual budget is executed
  • To develop practices of operational excellence seeking the optimization of the assets.
  • Support the O&M Manager as required in the day-to-day management of the operational generating assets, including scheduling, and controlling site works, reacting to emergencies, co-ordinating unscheduled maintenance and responding to network outages, site issues and faults and failures.
  • Identify project risks, propose mitigating measures, and monitor on an ongoing basis
  • Carrying out requested reporting and where required, in-depth analysis of technical issues
  • Challenge proposals from contractors and service providers and seek the best resolution to technical issues
  • Develop strong relationships with clients, contractors, and service providers to maximize their performance.
  • Support in the close out of the construction punch list items
  • Support other technical functions for inspections and operational reviews.
  • Ensure:
    • Health, safety, and environmental performance is in compliance with the site HSE plan, the relevant Health and Safety standards, legislation and best industry practice
    • Low response times and effective execution of corrective and preventive maintenance, remediation of defects and technical resolution of equipment failures
    • High performance of security systems and communication systems
    • “Ready-to-operate” on time and budget

Qualifications & Key Skills

  • Background in Offshore EPC projects / operational start-up of offshore windfarms (min 2 Projects)
  • Training and certification in WTSR (Wind Turbine Safety Rules), for projects involving SGRE / Vestas / or similar
  • IT competent within the Microsoft Office package with an ability to quickly learn how to use software tools.
  • Profound knowledge of operational processes in operational windfarms
  • Solid technical understanding of the full Asset (WTG, Cables, ONS, OSS, Foundation) and required Maintenance
  • Fluent in English (CEFR Level C1 as minimum)

Essential 
  • Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent
  • Extensive experience in an O&M environment within the offshore wind, Oil and Gas or Electrical Transmission industry and understanding of best practice
  • Broad experience of the management of electrical safety rules systems
  • Broad experience in asset integrity management with a specific focus on transmission systems, offshore wind substructures and foundations subsea
  • Profound knowledge about structural design principles and standards and typical operational risks / failure modes and corresponding mitigation measures
  • Good knowledge about asset information systems (asset registers or similar) and requirements for storage of inspection reports, etc. enabling long-term asset monitoring
  • Good communicator with proven ability to build sound business relationships and represent them in project meetings and presentations
  • Solid technical understanding of the full asset and of the relationship between technical issues on turbines, balance of plant, grid etc. and commercial impacts for owners
  • Competent when dealing with quality standards, best practice procedures, technical specifications, and regulatory requirements
  • Tenacious self-starter, professional, organized and process driven
  • Able to work independently
  • IT literate (familiar with Microsoft Office & SharePoint; willing to learn and make full use of internal systems)
  • Strong understanding of the importance of data management processes
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Ability to establish, maintain and develop effective relationships.
  • Self-driven, proactive and solution-oriented attitude
  • Experience of working in health and safety critical environments and ensuring the establishment of HSE culture throughout the transition and operational start-up phase.
  • IT and presentation skills.

Application

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.
 

 

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