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Element Power Cork, Ireland
Oct 27, 2016
Work Schedule Flexible or Various
Element Power Ireland Asset Management (“EPIAM”) currently manage 100MW of wind generation from their Control Centre based at Cork Ireland and are in the process of doubling these MWs in the coming months across Northern Europe.The successful candidate will be someone who takes personal ownership for the work tasks they are issued and focuses on delivering a best in class service.  ResponsibilitiesThe focus of the role for the intern will be to integrate themselves into the asset operations team and contribute to the ongoing success of the company.What you will learnThe practical applications of electricity generation through wind farm assetsWindfarm Asset Operations ManagementAsset performance optimisationWind Turbine Safety Rules and windfarm safety managementApplication of quality standards to Asset Operations i.e. ISO9001,OSHAS18001, ISO14001Wind Turbine fault data analysis & interrogationControl room operator functionsSCADA control systems (both OEM & EPIAM’s Supervisory SCADA)Commercial applications of operating wind assetsHow wind assets integrate with the National GridUnderstand how weather forecasts impact work scheduled and wind asset performanceYou will visit operating wind assetsHow to develop and complete analysis reportsKnowledge, Skills & ExperienceA background to diploma, degree or masters level in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Environmental or Renewable Energy discipline)Ability to analyse dataSelf Starter with ability to work on own initiative & unsupervisedProficiency in Microsoft office suite specifically excel (VBA & Macro)Organized, with excellent attention to detailCreative and flexibleOrganised, with an ability to prioritize time‐sensitive assignmentsAn interest in working in a challenging and dynamic environmentElement Power is an equal opportunity employer. Remember to say you found this opportunity at
NaturEner USA Cut Bank, MT, United States
Oct 27, 2016
Full time
POSITION OVERVIEWNaturEner is seeking to immediately fill several raptor monitoring positions for work year-round in Montana.  Responsibilities may include:Daily avian point counts from sunrise to sunset at pre-determined locationsCorrelate visual observations with radar system detections to accurately identify raptors and improve trend associations, in effort to avoid avian collisions with wind turbines.Call turbine curtailments daily during all monitoring hoursData gathering; data entry; preparation of daily and weekly reportsAdditional responsibilities and field surveys, as requiredWORKING CONDITIONS AND LOCATIONS Successful candidates will work outdoors in the Shelby /Rim Rock area in Montana in and near the Glacier I, Glacier II and Rim Rock wind farms.  These positions require fieldwork in extreme weather.  Additionally, hours will vary, but will span the period between sunrise to sunset on most occasions.Additional requirements:Successful applicants must be available to start work in northern Montana (travel assistance provided) within two weeks of hireMust provide proper personal field attire (for cold, wind, rain, snow, mud). Long pants and hiking or steel-toed boots are requiredBinoculars are requiredThis is the second season of a pilot study.  Daily duties and schedules can change with little to no prior notice.  You must be flexible and willing to fulfill duties of the job on an as-needed basisField vehicles will be provided, but you must provide your own transportation to the work site KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIESApplicants must be able to confidently and accurately identify soaring raptors at long distances with low light conditions using high powered optics. Workers may be required to learn to operate avian radar systems and determine raptor habitat use trendsMust be able to critically think about raptor movements and behavior related to environmental conditionsHighly motivated with excellent data management skills, interpersonal skills, and communication skillsMust have demonstrated ability to work independently and stay alert for long hours in the field during periods of little to no avian activityDetail oriented, resourceful, strong time management skillsFlexibility and ability to adapt to changes in schedule and/or work duties performedB.S. or equivalent field experience in Wildlife Biology, Ecology, or Natural Resource management; however, candidates will be evaluated based on demonstrated knowledge and experienceProficiency with MS Office and ArcGIS COMPENSATIONCommensurate with experienceFull benefits package Remember to say you found this opportunity at
Nebraska Dept. of Natural Resources 1526 K Street, Lincoln, NE, United States
Oct 26, 2016
Full time
DescriptionThe position is located at the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources as the Assistant Director for the Water Planning, Engineering and Technical Services Divisions. The primary duties of this position include: advising and assisting the Director and other assistant directors with establishing and administering department policies, procedures, programs and budget; direct and provide technical oversight for the Water Planning, Engineering and Technical Services Division managers and related division activities.Hours: 8-5, Monday - Friday. Job location is the Nebraska State Office Building, Downtown.  Examples of WorkAlong with the primary duties stated above, the selected candidate will: Serve as thought leader for process improvement initiatives in assigned operating and/or administrative divisions. Consult with the Director, other assistant directors, division managers, and section supervisors to identify improvement opportunities and clarify issues. Lead the development of action plans for optimizing operations and resolving division and agency-wide issues that impair the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department. Oversees the work of agency staff and consultants working on interstate compacts and decrees. Reviews scientific work products of the Department including, but not limited to, analysis of hydrologically connected groundwater and surface water, water budgets, water resources modeling, and water use data. Serve as the Department's primary point of contact for relationships with state, federal and local government entities and oversee related Department participation agreements associated with assigned divisions. Assist in formulating and/or administering state water policies and interstate compacts and decrees, working closely with other divisions, the Legal Section, the Legislature, other state and local agencies, and public interest groups. Identify and propose potential revisions to water administration rules and regulations that could facilitate implementation of integrated management plans. Assist in the administration of financial, budget and human resources actions regarding assigned divisions, working closely with the Finance, Human Resources and the Legal Sections. Participate in evaluating the fiscal and administrative impacts of legislative proposals on the Department and participate in preparing the Department's responses. Provide technical oversight, support, and quality control for division responsibilities that require particular professional expertise and has or can establish registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) in Nebraska. Represent the Department and Director at various public meetings, conferences and seminars.  Some travel. Qualifications / RequirementsREQUIREMENTS:  Masters degree in engineering, hydrology, geology or related field, AND five years of experience performing technical and administrative duties related to water resources management, including experience in a supervisory position. OR a Bachelors degree in engineering, hydrology, geology or related field, AND seven years of experience performing technical and administrative duties related to water resources management, including experience in a supervisory position.PREFERRED: Registration as a Professional Engineer (PE).OTHER:  Valid driver's license or able to provide independent authorized transportation. Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesKnowledge of: engineering constructs, hydrology, hydraulics, geology, soil and water conservation, ecology and agriculture; and modern principles of water resource management and comprehensive basin planning; federal and state laws and regulations relevant to the assigned agency divisions and their programs and functions; the principles of supervision and staff development; business and management principles including strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources, leadership and coordination of people and resources; appropriate budget administration practices; standards and practices. Skill in: communicating to convey information so others will understand; using logic and reasoning to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions; recognizing problems, developing and evaluating options, and implementing solutions; effectively delegating authorities and overseeing processes; communicating effectively. Ability to: learn, apply and interpret agency policies and procedures relating to areas of responsibility; oversee and control the functions of statewide programs; plan, assign and supervise the work of others and analyze work quality; establish and maintain effective relationships with the public, federal, state and local agencies; establish program objectives or performance goals and assess progress; formulate policies to meet identified needs, goals or objectives; exercise judgment, decisiveness and creativity in critical and/or unexpected situations.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at
AECOM Tallahassee, FL, United States
Oct 26, 2016
Full time
Job SummaryAECOM is actively seeking a highly motivated Entry-Level Environmental Engineer with emphasis in remediation for employment in the Tallahassee office. A BS degree specifically in a engineering curriculum is required. You will gain experience in your discipline through learning on the job and participate in development opportunities, including access to AECOM's social media resources and professional networking. This is a full-time position that requires completion of assigned tasks both in the field and office. Travel is required. Work to conducted under the supervision of specific project managers, task managers, or project professional engineers.Work will require strong safety focus to complete work safely and effectivelyWill be provided 40 hour OSHA HAZWOPER trainingWill be enrolled in medical surveillance monitoring and random drug screening programsWork includes:Perform assignments requiring application of standard techniques, procedures and criteria to carry out engineering and other discipline tasks. Assignments are designed to further develop judgment and understanding of professional and ethical responsibilitiesExercise judgment limited to developing details of work in making preliminary selections and adaptations of engineering alternativesPrepare tables and spreadsheets, field notes, and engineering related calculations and develop drawings and visual aidsField work is a significant portion of the work and is the foundational training for advancing engineering career (e.g., groundwater sampling and soil sampling, well installation and remedial system installs; contractor oversight; field data collection related to due diligence and compliance related projects)Requires effective oral and written communication between project manager and project teamWork will draw upon other disciplines including chemistry, biology, geology, and environmental sciencesRequires valid Florida Driver's LicenseMinimum RequirementsBachelor’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or other related field requiredCapable of using spreadsheet, word processing and standard office softwareBasic knowledge of industry standard computer software for the position (examples include software such as CADD, GIS, Hydrologic/Hydraulic models or other modeling, statistical, estimating software)Ability to travel for days at a timeBe able to obtain 40 hr HAZWOPER Training Certificate upon hireMust be able to pass a medical clearanceQualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse testValid Driver's LicensePreferred QualificationsEngineer-in-Training (EIT) or Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) preferredWhat We OfferAECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow.AECOM is an equal opportunity employer and Minorities, Females, Veterans, and Disabled persons are encouraged to apply. For further information, please click here at to view the EEO Is The Law poster.Remember to say you found this opportunity at
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