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Solar PV Construction Manager

Solar PV Construction Manager

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    Renewable Energy & Infrastructure

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  • Contact:

    Jessica Brisley

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    over 1 year ago

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  • Consultant:

    Jessica Brisley

An exciting opportunity for a Construction Manager at a leading European Solar PV company with an established international presence. 

The Opportunity:

  • Coordinate and supervise construction works for solar projects in Spain and European countries.
  • Be responsible for detailed project cost calculations and execution time schedules.
  • Draft scope of works for subcontractors and run respective tender processes for their selection and appointment.
  • Negotiate and manage contracts with subcontractors, including signing of milestone achievement certificates and variation orders.
  • Coordinate subcontractors and provide expertise on site, handling on an ad hoc basis quality issues and reporting to the HQs in relation to project execution progress.
  • Ensure implementation of adequate Health, Safety and Security measures on site, safeguarding integrity of workers and material.
  • Comment on the project design, providing valuable feedback in relation to actual conditions on construction sites and lessons learned.
  • Support the creation of the AsBuilt design package.
  • Establish and maintain a network of international and local subcontractors.
  • Coordinate the acceptance of completed projects and their handover to the plant management.

The Individual: 

  • You have a degree in engineering, ideally in electrical engineering.
  • A post-graduate degree in project/construction management or similar will be considered an asset.
  • You have several years of construction experience with international exposure.
  • You have several years construction experience in the solar sector, preferably with utility scale free field plants.
  • Beyond Spanish, you are business fluent in English, additional languages would be considered an asset.
  • You are willing to undertake extensive, possibly longer, international business trips and stays abroad.