Cathcart Energy has an exciting opportunity for an experienced O&M Manager to take overall accountability for one of the largest Offshore Wind Farms in the world.
Reporting directly into the Head of Offshore Wind Operations, you'll be responsible for all SHE aspects on site, regulatory compliance, site performance, delivery of KPIs including joint venture obligations and leading the site team.
On a day-to-day basis you'll be required to lead and motivate your team in the effective operation and maintenance of the site, ensuring it runs efficiently, effectively and of course safety.
You'll ensure the site always operates within SHE consents and obligations, SHE policies and standards, and that our people work in accordance with associated policies, procedures, OEM recommendations and industry best practice.
An exceptional stakeholder manager, you'll collaboratively manage the interactions between teams and contractors, ensuring a consistent approach to drive value from the site by maximising yield and controlling costs. Commercially aware, you'll always be on the lookout to lower the cost of energy through proactive measures.
You'll regularly report performance, risks and mitigations, and progress on planned delivery to key stakeholders and our JV partner.
We're looking for someone with a focus on safety, standards and the passion to want to lead an experienced team in this exceptional location. You'll need to have a background encompassing asset and contract management. Extensive experience in offshore operations and managing multimillion £ assets is essential.
Equally important will be your people skills and stakeholder management skills. This role requires proven ability in negotiating and influencing across all areas of the business, but more so at senior stakeholder level. Your capability to bring people on board, manage change and show them what good looks like will be essential to your success in this role.
You'll pride yourself on being an innovator and won't be afraid to do things differently in order to improve efficiencies and performance. Safety will be paramount to you, and you should be familiar with Utility Safe Systems of Work and Permit to Work processes.
For a confidential discussion on this exciting opportunity contact: James McNair at (url removed) or Direct Line +44 (0) (phone number removed)