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Position: HSE Engineer Offshore Wind (m/f/d)
Department: Health, Safety & Environment
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Location: Norddeich

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Northland Power Europe GmbH (“NPE GmbH”), a Northland Power Inc. related company, is currently seeking a motivated and professional individual to fill the position of HSE Engineer Offshore Wind.

NPE GmbH, based in Norddeich, is a 100% subsidiary of Northland Power Inc (“Northland” or “NPI”), based on Toronto, Canada and acts as a European head office for NPI and provides services to NPI’s overseas projects.

NPI is an independent international power producer dedicated to the development, construction, owning and operation of clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Taiwan and Latin America.

The NPI facilities produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass. Sustainability and the drive for ‘intelligent energy’ drives all efforts at Northland Power. NPI defines ‘intelligent energy’ as the ability to meet present needs without compromising future potential. Northland is committed to maintaining our culture of health and safety, community engagement and respect for the environment moving forward.

Key Accountabilities during Construction and Operations Phases of the Projects:
  • Supporting the team in all matters related to Health, Safety and Environment
  • Carrying out inspections and controls of the operating sites offshore in regards of compliance with safety, accident prevention and environmental protection requirements
  • Participation in the preparation and further development of hazard assessments, procedural and work instructions and operating instructions
  • Participation in the validation of submitted HSE documentation of contractors for conformity with Northland specifications
  • Analysis of work processes, HSE-relevant events, near misses and accidents, and monitoring of corrective and improvement measures.
  • Creation of training and instruction material as well as implementation of training courses in the field of HSE
  • Creation of HSE-relevant documents, reports, alerts and presentations
  • Support of the HSE Manager in the implementation, monitoring and verification of the HSE objectives of the company and the legal requirements.
  • on-call duty according to the emergency plan

This role reports functionally to the HSE Manager of Northland Power Europe GmbH.

Education & Experience:
  • Completed degree in technical fields; completed apprenticeship as a technician or similar
  • Specialist for worksafety (Fachkraft für Arbeitssicherheit)
  • Qualification as SiGeKo according to RAB 32 desirable
  • Several years of relevant professional experience, preferably in offshore wind energy
  • Extensive knowledge of the applicable laws, regulations and codes of practice
  • very good communication skills, convincing communication and confident appearance
  • Willingness and flexibility to familiarise oneself with different areas of responsibility
  • Team player and willing to train people
  • Motivated to learn and develop him/herself
  • Precise and good eye for detail, without losing ‘helicopter’ view out of sight
  • Offshore capability
  • Good knowledge of German and English (written and spoken)
  • Excellent PC skills - MS Office
  • Being an Auditor for ISO 9001:2015 and/or ISO 14001: 2015 and/or ISO 45001:2018. Is a plus
  • Being a Dangerous goods officer is a plus

The qualification and further education of our employees is an essential part of our corporate philosophy. In addition to other attractive conditions, we are happy to support our employees in their personal development.

If you believe the role is perfect for you, but you do not fit the profile 100%, we are still looking forward to your application.

For more information please contact:
Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
Northland Power Europe GmbH
Oststeinbek
Germany

Email: andrea.glueckstadt@Northlandpower.com

Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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Position: Regulatory Project Developer/Package Manager (m/f/d)
Department: Construction Management
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Location: Hamburg/Oststeinbek (with extensive travel)

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Northland Power Europe GmbH (NPE), a Northland Power Inc. related company, is currently seeking a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position as a Regulatory Project Developer / Package Manager for our office in Hamburg/Oststeinbek (incl. extensive travel).

Northland Power Europe GmbH as a European head office for Northland provides services to Northland’s European and international offshore wind projects.

Northland is an independent international power producer dedicated to the development, construction, owning and operation of clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Taiwan and Latin America and supports the German offshore windfarms Nordsee One and Deutsche Bucht.

Our facilities produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass. Sustainability and the drive for ‘intelligent energy’ drives all efforts at Northland Power. The Company defines ‘intelligent energy’ as the ability to meet present needs without compromising future potential. Northland is committed to maintaining our culture of health and safety, community engagement and respect for the environment moving forward.

Position Summary:

The Regulatory Project Developer / Package Manager manages global focus on regulatory aspects of offshore wind industry in mature markets and bridge the knowledge gap with local regulatory teams in emerging markets.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Build connections with local regulatory teams and Development Pods
  • Consult with and assist local regulatory teams to adapt global requirements into local markets
  • Aid local Regulatory team with production of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and applications
  • Aid local Regulatory team with management of surveys, studies and preparation of environmental information
  • Accountable for introducing past projects’ lessons learned and other company guidance to local Reg team
  • Responsible for defining and managing scope of the Consent & Permit Package with local Reg team
  • Aid in ensuring compliance with preconditions of consents with local Reg team
  • Aid in achievement of consents & permits and fulfilment of conditions throughout project development
  • Aid local regulatory team to ensure robust transfer of consents requirements to Execution & Operations
  • Ensure management of interfaces between local regulatory team and global organization
  • Assist local HSE team in developing HSE goals and strategy with consideration to regulatory requirements
  • Assist in compiling HSE requirements from consents, permits, and other regulatory requirements
Education & Experience:
  • Strong Regulatory and Offshore Wind industry experience in mature market (preferably 5+ years)
  • Understand mature markets and industry requirements
  • Environmental Sciences background preferred
  • Team player with good social & communication skills
  • Reliable, trustworthy and willing to support/help others
  • Comfortable flagging problems when they arise and asking for help when needed
  • Ability to be proactive while working remotely & independently while updating team on progress regularly

If you believe the role is perfect for you, but you do not fit the profile 100%, we are very much looking forward to your application.

The qualification and further education of our employees is an essential part of our corporate philosophy. In addition to other attractive conditions, we are happy to support our employees in their personal development.

For more information please contact:
Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
Northland Power Europe GmbH
Oststeinbek
Germany

Email: andrea.glueckstadt@Northlandpower.com

Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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Position: Project Developer/Package Balance of Plant (m/f/d)
Department: Construction Management
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Location: Hamburg/Oststeinbek (with extensive travel)

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Northland Power Europe GmbH (NPE), a Northland Power Inc. related company, is currently seeking a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position as a Regulatory Project Developer / Package Manager for our office in Hamburg/Oststeinbek (incl. extensive travel).

Northland Power Europe GmbH as a European head office for Northland provides services to Northland’s European and international offshore wind projects.

Northland is an independent international power producer dedicated to the development, construction, owning and operation of clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Taiwan and Latin America and supports the German offshore windfarms Nordsee One and Deutsche Bucht.

Our facilities produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass. Sustainability and the drive for ‘intelligent energy’ drives all efforts at Northland Power. The Company defines ‘intelligent energy’ as the ability to meet present needs without compromising future potential. Northland is committed to maintaining our culture of health and safety, community engagement and respect for the environment moving forward.

Position Summary:

The Project Developer/Package Manager Balance of Plant manages the development of the overall Balance of Plant (BOP) package, with a focus on supporting the planning and consent of the project, coordinating the development of interfaces & deliverables with other packages, manage project specific design processes, execute strategies for development, and lead the BOP tender process.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Ensure compliance with internal and external policies incl. EU, CAD and local tendering rules, etc
  • Ensure compliance with Procurement Management Plan & Procurement Manual
  • Maintain and enhance HSE in planning of package scope
  • Liaise with Procurement team to support procurement and local content activities (as applicable)
  • Ensure coordination with other Package Managers, EPCI director, Procurement team & Regulatory team.
  • Lead the BOP tender process and ensure BOP interfaces & deliverables are developed
  • Support bid submissions & business case with BOP inputs to the Devex, Capex, and Opex
  • Develop the Employer’s Requirements, specifications, design and technical documents for the BOP package, keeping in mind both execution and operations needs
  • Ensure BOP package is progressing according to development scope, budget and quality
  • Manage the technical requirements of the procurement and supply of the BOP agreement
  • Manage the closeout & handover of development BOP Package to the Execution BOP Package Manager
  • Encourage and drive knowledge sharing with other asset projects
  • Ensure transparent decision making and adequate documentation
  • Drive risk management within the BOP package
  • Prepare QA/QC plan & Quality activity schedule in conjunction with QA/QC Manager
  • Overall accountable for the BOP development deliverables
Education & Experience:
  • Strong BOP Commercial experience (preferably 5+ years)
  • Team player with good social & communication skills
  • Reliable, trustworthy and willing to support/help others
  • Comfortable flagging problems when they arise and asking for help when needed
  • Ability to be proactive while working remotely & independently while updating team on progress regularly

If you believe the role is perfect for you, but you do not fit the profile 100%, we are very much looking forward to your application.

The qualification and further education of our employees is an essential part of our corporate philosophy. In addition to other attractive conditions, we are happy to support our employees in their personal development.

For more information please contact:
Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
Northland Power Europe GmbH
Oststeinbek
Germany

Email: andrea.glueckstadt@Northlandpower.com

Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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Position: Project Developer/Package Manager Wind Turbine Generator (m/f/d)
Department: Construction Management
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Location: Hamburg/Oststeinbek (with extensive travel)

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Northland Power Europe GmbH (NPE), a Northland Power Inc. related company, is currently seeking a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position as a Regulatory Project Developer / Package Manager for our office in Hamburg/Oststeinbek (incl. extensive travel).

Northland Power Europe GmbH as a European head office for Northland provides services to Northland’s European and international offshore wind projects.

Northland is an independent international power producer dedicated to the development, construction, owning and operation of clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Taiwan and Latin America and supports the German offshore windfarms Nordsee One and Deutsche Bucht.

Our facilities produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass. Sustainability and the drive for ‘intelligent energy’ drives all efforts at Northland Power. The Company defines ‘intelligent energy’ as the ability to meet present needs without compromising future potential. Northland is committed to maintaining our culture of health and safety, community engagement and respect for the environment moving forward.

Position Summary:

The Project Developer/Package Manager Wind Turbine Generator manages the development of the overall Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) package, with a focus on supporting the planning and consent of the project, coordinating the development of interfaces & deliverables with other packages, manage project specific design processes, execute strategies for development, and lead the WTG tender process.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Ensure compliance with internal and external policies incl. EU, CAD and local tendering rules, etc
  • Ensure compliance with Procurement Management Plan & Procurement Manual
  • Maintain and enhance HSE in planning of package scope
  • Liaise with Procurement team to support procurement and local content activities (as applicable)
  • Ensure coordination with other Package Managers, EPCI director, Procurement team & Regulatory team
  • Lead the WTG tender process and ensure WTG interfaces & deliverables are developed
  • Support bid submissions & business case with WTG inputs to the Devex, Capex, and Opex
  • Develop the Employer’s Requirements, specifications, design and technical documents for the WTG package, keeping in mind both execution and operations needs
  • Ensure WTG package is progressing according to development scope, budget and quality
  • Manage the technical requirements of the procurement and supply of the WTGs
  • Manage the closeout & handover of development WTG Package to the Execution WTG Package Manager
  • Encourage and drive knowledge sharing with other asset projects
  • Ensure transparent decision making and adequate documentation
  • Drive risk management within the WTG package
  • Prepare QA/QC plan & Quality activity schedule in conjunction with QA/QC Manager
  • Overall accountable for the WTG development deliverables
Education & Experience:
  • WTG Commercial & Technical experience (preferably 5+ years) including O&M knowledge
  • Team player with good social & communication skills
  • Reliable, trustworthy and willing to support/help others
  • Comfortable flagging problems when they arise and asking for help when needed
  • Ability to be proactive while working remotely & independently while updating team on progress regularly

If you believe the role is perfect for you, but you do not fit the profile 100%, we are very much looking forward to your application.

The qualification and further education of our employees is an essential part of our corporate philosophy. In addition to other attractive conditions, we are happy to support our employees in their personal development.

For more information please contact:
Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
Northland Power Europe GmbH
Oststeinbek
Germany

Email: andrea.glueckstadt@Northlandpower.com

Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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Position: Zoll-Sachbearbeiter (m/w/d)
Department: Operations & Maintenance
Job Type: Vollzeit oder mindestens 80 % Befristed
Location: Norddeich

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Die Northland Power Europe GmbH, ein Tochterunternehmen der Northland Power Inc., Kanada, sucht derzeit eine/n motivierte/n Mitarbeiter/in, der/die die Position des Zoll-Sachbearbeiters (m/w/d) übernehmen möchte.

Die NPE GmbH ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft des Konzerns Northland Power Inc. ("Northland" oder NPI), fungiert als europäische Hauptniederlassung für NPI und erbringt Dienstleistungen für NPI-Auslandsprojekte.

NPI ist ein unabhängiger internationaler Energieproduzent, der sich der Entwicklung, dem Bau, dem Besitz und dem Betrieb von sauberen und umweltfreundlichen Energieprojekten in Nordamerika, Europa, Taiwan und Lateinamerika widmet.

Unsere Anlagen produzieren Strom aus sauber verbrennendem Erdgas und erneuerbaren Ressourcen wie Wind, Sonne und Biomasse. Nachhaltigkeit und das Streben nach "intelligenter Energie" sind die Treiber von Northland. Das Unternehmen definiert "intelligente Energie" als die Fähigkeit, gegenwärtige Bedürfnisse zu erfüllen, ohne das zukünftige Potenzial zu kompromittieren. Northland hat sich verpflichtet, die Unternehmenskultur der Gesundheit und Sicherheit, des Engagements der Gemeinschaft und des Umweltschutzes beizubehalten.

Position Summary:

Die ausgeschriebene Position soll dem verantwortlichen Zoll- und Exportkontrollbeauftragten unterstützen und mit diesem zusammen in einem wachsenden Unternehmen die Prozesse entwickeln und umsetzen.

Übernommene Lagermaterialien müssen zoll- und exportkontrollrechtlich erfasst und mit Unterstützung des Zoll- und Exportkontrollbeauftragten bewertet werden. Langfristig ist eine selbständige Bewertung angestrebt.

Im Rahmen der täglichen Wartung und Instandhaltung der Windparks unserer Kunden müssen alle verwendeten Materialien und Werkzeuge aus- und nach Schichtende wieder eingeführt werden. Daher arbeitet man unmittelbar mit den technischen Kollegen zusammen und muss bei Defekten kurzfristig die notwendigen Maßnahmen ergreifen.

Im Rahmen der engen Zusammenarbeit mit dem Einkauf sieht die ausgeschriebene Position auch vor, bei Bedarf Angebote einzuholen und Bestellungen zu platzieren.

Unser Team in Norddeich hat eine flache Hierarchie und eine gute Zusammenarbeit ist wichtig, um gute Dienstleistungen für die Windparks Nordsee One und Deutsche Bucht zu erbringen. Die Bereitschaft, das zu tun was nötig ist, ist uns wichtig.

Aufgaben:
  • Verantwortlich für die rechtlich korrekte Zollabwicklung der Im- und Exporte in Abstimmung mit dem Zoll- und Exportkontrollbeauftragten
  • Schnittstelle zu den technischen Kollegen, Abstimmung von offenen Punkten
  • Kommunikationsschnittstelle für sowohl intern als auch für zuständige Behörden und Zoll-Agenten
  • Datenpflege
  • Selbständige Erstellung von Zoll- und Versandpapieren
  • Selbständige Dokumentenbearbeitung und Dokumentation
  • Interne Abstimmung von Verlade- und Versanddetails sowie Abstimmung mit Lieferanten und externen Logistikdienstleistern
  • Auslösung von Bestellungen
Kenntnisse
  • Abgeschlossene kaufmännische Ausbildung, idealerweise als Speditionskaufmann oder Fachkraft für Zoll- und Exportabwicklung
  • Kenntnisse im Umgang mit ATLAS
  • Erste Erfahrungen im Bereich Zoll und Zollabwicklung
  • Gute Kenntnisse im Zollrecht
  • Englisch Kenntnisse
  • Sicherer Umgang mit MS Office
  • Hohes Maß an Flexibilität, teamorientiere und selbständige Arbeitsweise

Die Qualifizierung und Weiterbildung unserer Mitarbeiter ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil unserer Unternehmensphilosophie. Daher unterstützen wir – neben weiteren Attraktiven Konditionen – unsere Mitarbeiter gern in ihrer persönlichen Weiterentwicklung.

Wenn die Aufgaben Ihr Interesse geweckt haben, freuen wir uns auf Ihre Bewerbung.

Ihre Bewerbung senden Sie bitte an:
Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
Northland Power Europe GmbH
Oststeinbek
Germany

Email: stephanie.stein@northlandpower.com

Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 78

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Position: Operating Engineer
Department: Operations
Job Type: Full Time, Unionized, Rotating 12-Hour Shifts
Location: Thorold, ON

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Operating Engineer

Thorold CoGen LP (“TCLP”) is a 287 MW Cogeneration facility constructed by Northland Power Inc (“Owner”) in Thorold, Ontario, Canada and commenced commercial operations on 30th March, 2010. The plant has a 20-year power purchase agreement with the Independent Electric Supply Operator (IESO).

Thorold CoGen requires one Operating Engineer, preferably having a familiarity with combined cycle cogeneration facilities, to assume responsibility for the site operational requirements due to the recent changes at the plant. Reporting to the Chief Operating Engineer, the Operating Engineer will ensure that operational systems are implemented and maintained to provide value and meet our regulatory and business requirements. The candidates will assist with the performance of maintenance activities and utilize the facility CMMS system in order to ensure that plant availability is maximized and operational costs are at or below the annual approved plan. The candidate will use his/her experience and communication skills in meeting the requirements of all TCLP stakeholders including the operations and maintenance staff, lenders, local officials, provincial and federal regulatory agencies and Northland Power head office team members. The candidate will play a key role in the operations of the facility.

Operating Engineer will:
  1. Plant shift operations including the stopping and starting of equipment from the control room.
  2. Maintain shift operating logs and records.
  3. Read and record gauges and meters.
  4. Perform mechanical and electrical preventative maintenance tasks, inspections and troubleshooting as assigned.
  5. Perform or assist with overhaul maintenance and system improvement tasks as assigned.
  6. Recommend plant betterment items to improve overall plant efficiency, reliability, and safety.
  7. Assist with quality and safety audits during site construction and participate in the commissioning of the facility.
  8. Handle and transfer bulk chemicals as necessary.
  9. Perform chemical analysis and chemical control on steam, boiler water, cooling and condensate systems as necessary.
  10. Implement and maintain the Lockout-Tag out procedure; coordinate the safe release of plant equipment for maintenance activities.
  11. Handle inert and explosive gas (H2, N2, O2, acetylene, CO2).
  12. Maintain plant security.
  13. Perform training and qualification of others for operation of plant equipment.
  14. Operate heavy equipment such as aerial lift and forklift as necessary.
  15. Utilize site CMMS system as it applies to your role
  16. Develop an awareness of major vendor documentation systems
  17. Assist with the creation of work scopes and bid packages and/or oversee portions of various plant outages. Interact with various contractors to ensure scopes are applied and completed according to predetermined schedules.
  18. Assist in the development of project schedules utilizing site scheduling software
  19. Perform or assist others in performing maintenance operations on site as required
  20. Contribute to the annual TCLP capital expenditure program.
  21. Assist the site team with engineering studies and upgrades required to optimize plant efficiency in your areas of expertise.
  22. Help identify areas to apply new technologies that will enhance plant operation by conserving fuel and reducing maintenance down time.
  23. Assist or seek assistance from other groups within NPI by developing a network of communications and support.
  24. Develop and implement plant performance monitoring systems to identify areas for improvement in reliability, plant efficiency and long term costs utilizing electronic technologies.
  25. Closely interface with all personnel in order to encourage innovations wherever possible.
  26. Assist with the development and implementation of environmental and health and safety policies and participate on teams managing these important areas.
  27. Nominating gas on both the Union and Trans Canada lines as required and balancing the Load Balance Account (LBA).
  28. Completing the bid process as part of the Day Ahead Commitment Process and submitting to Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO).
  29. Taking part in the Spare Generation on line program (SGOL) as laid out by the IESO and invoking SGOL based on market conditions.
  30. Assist with the setting/maintaining of O&M budgets and long-term models as required.
  31. Execute other assignments and responsibilities as required by Plant Management.
The candidates will preferably have:
  1. Minimum a valid 3rd class Ontario or Interprovincial/Standardized Operating Engineers certificate with the requirement to achieve 2nd class status.
  2. A thorough understanding of how to perform all job requirements in a safe manner , in compliance with all local acts and regulations, so as not to endanger themselves, fellow workers or site equipment
  3. A strong desire to “do what it takes” to ensure the reliability and availability of the facility with ability to work bank time, weekends and holidays as dictated by plant schedules. The ability to travel may also be required.
  4. A strong mechanical aptitude, basic understanding of chemistry, physics, electricity and mathematics. Must be able to respond calmly and think clearly in emergency situations.
  5. The ability to read and respond to computer-generated data, instrumentation, gauges, readouts and variations in color.
  6. The manual dexterity required to operate keyboards, pushbuttons, dials, valves and mechanical-actuating devices.
  7. Experience utilizing a Distributive Control System in the operation of a power generating facility.
  8. A valid driver's license.
  9. A desire to acquire and use new business skills to achieve site team performance goals
  10. A familiarity with large-scale power generation projects. Strong personal and technical skills. 
  11. Knowledge of computerized communication and data collection systems
  12. Training and/or working knowledge of additional roles or skills typically utilized in a generation environment such as PLC, computer skills, trades qualifications or relevant OEM courses.
  13. The capability to read blueprints, diagrams and schematics
  14. The ability to install, troubleshoot and maintain all manner of equipment typical to a generation facility.
  15. A minimum of 5 years experience in power generation or a related industrial field is preferred.
  16. Familiarity with large rotating equipment including “F” class combustion turbines, condensing and non-condensing steam turbines, and all configurations of pumps is preferred.
  17. Computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint) and maintenance management software packages. 
  18. Strong business acumen, combined with solid negotiating skills and innovation in reaching compromises.  Decisions must be made with sound technical and risk judgment in consideration of cost and/or operational impact, while remaining flexible to encourage creativity and/or input from others.
  19. A strong desire to “do what it takes” to ensure the reliability and availability of the facility with the ability to work extra hours, weekends and holidays as dictated by plant requirements. The ability to travel is also required.
Physical Requirements:
  1. This position requires the ability to safely use, handle and inspect equipment containing (and perform maintenance in close proximity to sources of) hazardous energy, hazardous chemicals and hazardous wastes as those terms are defined under various safety and environmental regulations. The position requires the use of appropriate personal protective equipment for the hazards identified above, including but not limited to respirators and SCBA’s.
  2. Must be able to frequently climb ladders; enter confined spaces; climb to and work from elevated platforms, ladders and walkways at elevations of 75 feet and more; crawl to and through confined areas; correctly wear and work using self-contained breathing apparatus; lift a minimum of 20 pounds in awkward positions and 60 pounds from the floor to the waist.
  3. Other physical requirements:
    • Reaching/Pulling/Pushing-FREQUENT
    • Bending/Stooping/Kneeling-FREQUENT
    • Sight Acuity Near-FREQUENT
    • Sight Acuity Far-MODERATE
    • Sight Depth Acuity-FREQUENT
    • Sight Color Acuity-FREQUENT
    • Talking (Loud &/Or Clear)-MODERATE
    • Hearing-MODERATE
    • Heavy Lifting or Pulling (>60 LBS)-FREQUENT
    • Medium Lifting or Pulling (<60 LBS)-FREQUENT
    • Climbing (ladders and stairs)-FREQUENT
    • High Eye-Hand Coordination-FREQUENT
    • Full Motor Capability-FREQUENT
    • Standing & Walking-FREQUENT
Environmental Conditions:
  • Dirty/Dusty Environment-MINIMAL
  • Noisy Work Areas-MODERATE
  • Extreme Cold-MINIMAL
  • Extreme Heat &/Or Humidity-MODERATE
  • Fumes/Mists/Odours/Gases Poor Ventilation-MODERATE
  • Confined Work Area/Spaces-MODERATE
  • Rotating Shift Work-FREQUENT
  • Scheduled Weekend Work-FREQUENT
  • Work From Elevated Position-FREQUENT
Additional Info:
  • Criminal background checks will be performed on each candidate prior to an offer of employment.
  • Facility is a non-smoking site.
  • Rotating shift
  • Probationary period in place
Compensation:

Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience. A competitive benefit package is offered. All candidates must include salary, vacation and any bonus expectations with their resume.

Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to shahid.khan@northlandpower.com

Please submit all resumes by October 31, 2019 and mark all correspondence “CONFIDENTIAL: TCLP EMPLOYMENT DOCUMENTS”.

Northland Power is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates must submit to a pre-employment physical examination which may include drug and alcohol screening. Northland Power and TCLP would like to thank all candidates for their interest in the position but only selected candidates will be contacted for interview.

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Position: Shift Operator
Department: Operations
Job Type: Full Time, Unionized, Rotating 12-Hour Shifts
Location: Kirkland Lake, ON

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Position Summary:

The role of Shift Operator involves performing operations, maintenance and mobile equipment operation on a rotating shift basis.

You will report directly to and be under the guidance of the Shift Supervisor while performing duties as Shift Operator on Shift.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Perform water quality testing and treatment.
  • Monitor plant equipment to ensure safe and proper operation.
  • Safe and efficient operation of mobile equipment.
  • Safe and efficient operation of three wood fired boilers.
  • Safe and efficient operation of three gas fire turbines and one peaking gas turbine.
  • Frequent Confined Space Entry.

Please note that the above is a summary only and we reserve the right to change your reporting requirements and assign you to other duties as may be required.

Education:

Valid 3rd Class Standardized Operating Engineer Certificate holder. Although 4th Class Certificate with all exams passed may be considered.

Wages:

Wage rates are governed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement with United Steel Workers 2020.

All interested applicants please forward resumes to careers@northlandpower.ca by October 18th 2019

Disclaimer:

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

Please note that all internal candidates will be given first consideration for this position.

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Position: General Manager - Operations
Department: Operations - Latin America
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Location: Houston, TX, USA

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ROLE OVERVIEW

The General Manager (GM) – Latin America is a key management position that is responsible for all operating assets in Northland’s Latin America region. This includes setting strategy and managing and leading Northland’s operations staff throughout Latin America.

For all facilities, this role will manage small facilities or supervise larger facilities:

  1. Operations and maintenance (O&M) and administration
  2. Environmental health and safety
  3. Reporting and compliance
  4. Asset management of all facilities O&M contracts, equipment, and personnel & labour within guidelines and objectives established by law, regulation, permit, corporate or the operations group itself (in conjunction with Corporate Management)
  5. Performance to Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) set up by the business and Corporate offices

The GM is expected to promote Northlands development and Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) activities in the region by contributing to due diligence and business development activities in conjunction with activities directed by the Regional Development Office and Global M&A team

Specific accountabilities include:
  • Manage financial performance of the facilities in Latin America
  • Actively promote quality and safety culture.
  • Responsible for P&L/Budget management for Latin America countries
  • Supervise and motivate managers and employees
  • Monitor and manage KPI’s that impact P&L performance
  • Generate, cultivate and communicate ideas for continual improvement of processes and activities across all areas of operation
  • Lead incremental capital programs: scope, business cases, and corporate approvals Support Global Head of Energy Marketing in contract negotiations/re-negotiations, as needed.
  • Develop relationships with customers (internal and external), vendors and other members of management team.
  • Seek out and implement process and capital improvements in conjunction with Asset Management to continuously enhance cost and cycle time.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS
  • Minimum of 15 years in the power and utility industry, proven experience in operations management
  • Successful completion of a Degree of technical diploma required; Preference for Business Management or Engineering,
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a management position in Operations and Facility Management in Latin America;
  • Proven leadership skills with the demonstrated ability to lead a team of professionals and influence and collaborate with individuals at all levels within the organization.
  • Must be fluent in English and Spanish languages, verbal and written
  • Must possess excellent communication and negotiation skills with a focus on providing project requirements in a manner which meets industry requirements.
  • Solid understanding of various legislation, guidelines and industry best practices and experience interacting with regulatory bodies.
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Position: Associate/Manager
Department: Development - Latin America
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Location: Houston, TX, USA

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Position Summary:

The position of Associate/Manager, Development - LATAM supports the transaction and business development function. The position will report directly to the Managing Director, Development – LATAM, and will work closely with all members of the LATAM Development team as well as the broader Northland organization.

Critical to this person’s success will be bringing not only specialized financial experience but equally mature influencing and management skills.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Manage or assist in the management of transactions, including project financing and investment activity;
  • Manage due diligence processes which include: coordinating internal and external resources, preparing questions for company management and external advisors, review documentation, and research industry information;
  • Research and analyze financial statements, industry information, technical and financial data to present conclusions to team members and senior management;
  • Accountable for reviewing or preparing project valuations based on financial models depicting a company’s historical and projected financial results;
  • Responsible for preparing and/or reviewing and stress testing financial models;
  • Coordination of financial model inputs from the various parties responsible for them;
  • Responsible for writing memorandums and conducting presentations summarizing key findings from research, due diligence, financial analysis and meetings with industry, co-investors and external advisors;
  • Preparation of Investment Committee and Board of Directors presentation materials, in coordination with other members of the LATAM team, as well as other internal and external resources;
  • Accountable for translating financial analysis deliverables into concise recommendations; and
  • Other assignments as required.
Education & Experience:
  • 3-5 (Associate) or 4-7 (Manager) years of principal investment, energy business development, investment banking, or other transaction-related experience, preferably with a background in energy or infrastructure;
  • Business or Engineering undergraduate degree;
  • Masters of Finance, CFA, CA/CPA, or other advanced designations considered an asset;
  • Strong understanding of applied investment and valuation methodologies;
  • Demonstrated experience valuing corporate or project-level acquisition opportunities;
  • Experience creating and reviewing detailed cash flow and three-statement financial models;
  • Strong technical/computer skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Bloomberg);
  • Proven ability to think strategically and to translate complex financial inputs into concise financial analysis and recommendations;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, including the ability to interact with diverse internal and external stakeholders and counterparties; and
  • Written and spoken Spanish language aptitudes.
Location & Travel

The successful candidate will be based in Houston, TX and expected to travel as necessary to support projects. The successful candidate must have a valid passport and be unrestricted for travel throughout the world as required by the projects.

Disclaimer

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the jobs as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

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