• Full Time
  • Windsor

EDF Renewables

Scope of Position In this role, the primary responsibilities will be to direct all aspects of the on 24/7 on-site project activities to include safe, effective, and efficient project operations, personnel supervision, community relationships, maintenance of regulatory and contractual compliance, while maximizing overall profitability. Responsibilities Foster a culture of safety: Perform safety audits and team engagements Review and address safety audit results for continuous improvement Facilitate Safety Training Review Lockout–tagout (LOTO) and Job Hazard Analysis / Job Safety Analysis (JHA/JSA) Manage contractors’ safety awareness to make sure they meet our safety policy Drive daily Plan of the Day (POD) and End of the Day (EOD) meetings Ensure that Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and tooling is provided Hold those who don’t follow safety policy accountable Promote corporate safety programs Perform Incident investigations and reporting Achieve or surpass project site KPIs: Drive continuous improvement efforts to deliver on highest plant performance Continuously monitor, upkeep, and report on plant performance Prepare and manage site budget and multiyear operating plan Execute corrective maintenance work activities effectively and efficiently Plan, organize and manage operational services Perform and execute resource planning activities Monitor and manage plant’s inventory Issue and close service orders Comply and uphold contractual obligations Manage and develop site personnel: Deliver and execute performance evaluation program for site technicians Facilitate technicians’ continuous education through EDFR training program Develop Individual Development Plans for high performers Recognize, evaluate, and schedule technical training needs Hire new employees and manage employee status Develop and administer Performance Improvement plans, when needed Hold personnel accountable for completion of required training Administer and assign employee tasks Maintain regulatory and contract compliance: Understand and comply with local, state, and federal environmental regulations Understand and adhere to federal, state, and local permit requirements pertaining to the project site Know, track, document and deliver on all applicable contractual compliance Coordinate with Operational Control Center (OCC) on necessary activities related to Transmission Operators and Transmission Providers to meet regulatory and contractual obligations Collaborate with the internal groups and vendors to assure the project meets all applicable NERC and FERC requirements including security and maintenance activities Collaborate with landowners and local communities to support and address lease obligations and community concerns Other duties as assigned Supervision of Others: Has a direct supervision responsibility over all levels of site Technicians, as well as Site Supervisor (where applicable). Manage contractors, vendors and guests visiting and performing activities at the project site Qualifications Education/Experience – Requires a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a supervisory capacity running industrial, manufacturing, or O&M power plant facilities or 3-5 years of experience as a site lead in renewable energy O&M environment. Previous practice in leading (O&M) front line personnel desired. Organizational acumen, financial understanding as well as short- and long-term planning skills necessary. Understanding of inventory management, and background in working with continuous improvement practices a plus. Previous exposure to working with renewable energy technologies and CMMS system operations (SAP) are pluses. Knowledge of Microsoft office suite desired. 2 to 4-year degree with no less than 3-5 years of equivalent work experience or a combination of years of applicable work experience. Critical Competencies – Requires the knowledge, skills, and abilities set forth in Appendix A. Physical Requirements: A combination of office/computer based working environment and field. Working Conditions: 70-90% of time is spent in the office environment, utilizing computers (frequent use of various Microsoft software/programs), phones, and general office equipment. 10-30% of time is spent outside of the office guiding field personnel, accommodating training, contractors, and vendors. Fiscal Responsibilities: Must work within the budget constraints as authorized by the Regional Senior Director of Asset Optimization while successfully following all policies and procedures related to employees’ fiscal responsibilities in doing the day-to-day job. Reasonable Accommodations: Reasonable accommodations may be provided by EDF Renewables to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions, as defined per Company policy. EDF Renewables

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