|Organisation Name||Bradman Energy and Carbon Recruitment|
|Location||Province, Viet Nam|
|Date Posted||June 28, 2017|
- Wind Farm Construction - Vietnam
- Role covers project management and construction
- Senior level position
Your New Company
This renewable energy developer and investor has just purchased a 144MW wind farm that is in late stage development in Vietnam.
Your New Role
In this role you will be required to manage the project with a specific relation to:
- Manage licensing and permitting activities;
- Stakeholder management;
- Manage the financial aspects related to the project;
- EPC tenders and other relevant documentation.
The primary role of the Owners Project Manager is to manage all aspects of a project from the bankable feasibility phase through to handover of operations.
You will be accountable for planning and controlling the delivery phase of allocated projects to achieve on time and within budget delivery of projects that conform to the investment case asset specifications, quality, cost control, safety, community engagement and environmental standards.
Specific responsibilities will include
- Developing and implementing the project execution plan to cover bankable feasibility and delivery phases of the project;
- Managing cost, quality, WH&S and schedule in accordance with the Project Execution Plan and policies;
- Managing key project stakeholders including contractors, regulatory authorities, lenders, land owners and local communities;
- Developing and implementing a risk management plan;
- Administering the project contracts;
- Managing various meetings such as project business case review meetings, progress review meetings, project risk meetings, technical review meetings;
- Preparing monthly project reports for both the owner and project lenders.
Who You Are
Ideally you have worked on the construction of a wind farm in a developing country. Candidates that have project managed large energy infrastructure projects in a developing country would also be considered. You will live on site in rural Vietnam.
If assisting a developing country to establish its renewable energy infrastructure is appealing and you would like to gain knowledge of the Vietnamese life and culture then this could be a great opportunity for you. Please call Damian Penston or Michael Green in Sydney on +612 8243 0500 or submit your resume in MS word (not PDF) quoting #33772.