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- Mike Crawley, President and CEO
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Position: Senior Electrical Engineer (m/f/d)
Department: Operations & Maintenance
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Location: Hamburg

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Northland Power Europe GmbH (NPE), a Northland Power Inc. (NPI) related company, is currently seeking a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position as Senior Electrical Engineer (m/f/d).

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.

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.

NPE is a 100% subsidiary of Northland Power Inc (“Northland” or NPI) and acts as a European head office and provides services as NPI’s offshore wind operations hub to NPI’s overseas offshore wind projects. The NPE team also supports Northland’s global offshore wind project development work.

Northland’s objective is to continue to develop and implement its offshore asset management, including operations, strategy and scope while adjusting for regional differences as needed. Our business growth will require us to utilize the knowledge gained through our European project experience to positively impact and support international development and construction of offshore wind farms.

Position:

As Senior Electrical Engineer you will act as Northland’s senior expert for all electrical equipment and systems of the two operational wind farms Nordsee One and Deutsche Bucht, including their grid connection and the interface to the Transmission System Operator (TSO) TenneT. The Senior Electrical Engineer may also be the Lead Electrical Engineer in Charge / Nominated Person in Control (“Verantwortliche Elektrofachkraft”) for NPE and its related project companies according to DIN VDE 0105-100.

The position includes managing, supervising and monitoring the operations of two offshore substations, electrical engineering and failure analysis together with NPE’s control room in Norddeich. As Senior Electrical Engineer you will also have to develop FEED studies and electrical designs for Northland’s future offshore wind projects worldwide.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Key contact person for TSO TenneT;
  • Management of the two grid connections together with the TSO as well as preparation of switching operations (always in close alignment with the control room);
  • Senior Expert for all electrical and SCADA topics, including protection & control systems;
  • Development/analysis of grid studies to proof grid conformity;
  • Support electrical packages and project teams during development and construction;
  • Continuous improvement and further development of electrical operations concepts, switching philosophies and electrical safety rules (“RAN – Richtlinien für Arbeiten am Netz”);
  • Check of electrical documentation, e.g. as-built documentation and manuals and ensure regular updates of these in case of technical adjustments or improvements;
  • Support take-over of electrical components (HV/MV, LV) during construction and after maintenance/repair campaigns;
  • Support control room with failure analysis and second level trouble-shooting;
  • Perform quality assurance inspections and development of necessary checklists and documentation;
  • Manage drafting and development of operations handbooks and manuals, including:
    • Definition of requirements and procedures
    • Risk assessments
    • Method statements
  • Development of maintenance plans and contracts (scope and service descriptions) for all electrical components;
  • Assess work permit applications, review risk assessments and method statements;
  • Lead development and implementation of policies and procedures to ensure that NPE complies with all applicable electrical rules and regulations, norms and standards;
  • Optimize electrical operations and develop ideas for cost efficient wind farm operations and increased production;
  • Drive continuous improvement and innovation in the relevant area of expertise;
  • Support development activities and new acquisitions with electrical expertise;
  • Development of FEED studies and electrical designs for future offshore wind farms, e.g. designs for offshore- and onshore-substation, inner array cabling and grid studies.

Education, Experience & Skills

  • Minimum of 5 years relevant experience in the wind power, marine, or oil/gas industry within construction or O&M;
  • Professional designation: Qualified Engineer in Electrical Installations or Electronics (“Ingenieur”, university degree or equivalent);
  • Profound knowledge, sufficient expertise and education to become NPE’s Lead Electrical Engineer in Charge / Nominated Person in Control (“Verantwortliche Elektrofachkraft”) according to DIN VDE 0105-100;
  • Very good knowledge of all relevant rules and regulations / norms and standards;
  • Trained to switch high-voltage;
  • Fluent in English and German;
  • High safety awareness;
  • Good communications skills;
  • Extensive knowledge of common office software, ability to quickly learn and use specialized software applications of the SCADA systems and maintenance management software;
  • Problem solving skills;
  • Commercial awareness;
  • Ability to motivate others;
  • Team working skills.

Preferred Qualifications/Competencies:

  • Working and rescue at heights;
  • Working and rescue in confined spaces;
  • First aid for electricians;
  • Offshore survival;
  • Helicopter underwater escape;
  • Helicopter hoist operations.

Additional training will be provided to the successful candidate who is lacking any of these preferred qualifications/competencies.

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:
Stephanie Stein, 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: Offshore Site Manager (m/f/d)
Department: Operations & Maintenance
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Location: Offshore

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Northland Power Europe GmbH (NPE), a Northland Power Inc. (NPI) related company, is currently seeking a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position as an Offshore Site Manager (m/f/d).

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.

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.

NPE is a 100% subsidiary of Northland Power Inc (“Northland” or NPI) and acts as a European head office and provides services as NPI’s offshore wind operations hub to NPI’s overseas offshore wind projects. The NPE team also supports Northland’s global offshore wind project development work.

Northland’s objective is to continue to develop and implement its offshore asset management, including operations, strategy and scope while adjusting for regional differences as needed. Our business growth will require us to utilize the knowledge gained through our European project experience to positively impact and support international development and construction of offshore wind farms.

Position:

The Offshore Site Manager supervises and monitors offshore operations in the wind farm Deutsche Bucht (DBU) on DBU’s Service Operations Vessel (SOV) in a 14/14 shift system. The SOV will depart from the harbor in Eemshaven (NL). The OSM fills an important role in the statutory organization according to the German regulation "Seeanlagen Verordnung §13" and acts as the responsible person of works on electrical installations "Arbeitsverantwortliche bzw. Schaltberechtigte Person" (DIN VDE 0105-100). During operations this position reports directly to the O&M Management of NPE.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Senior Authorized Person (SAP/Schaltberechtigte Person) in control of the HV/MV switching at the offshore locations;
  • Perform switching operations offshore;
  • Perform Quality Assurance inspections and the development of necessary checklists and documentation;
  • Assist in the development and optimization of operations handbooks and manuals, including:
    • Definition of requirements
    • Processes
    • Procedures
    • Risk Assessments
    • Risk Mitigation
    • Method Statements
  • Plan, supervise and perform inspection and maintenance activities on offshore substation, wind turbine foundations, sea cabling and wind turbines;
  • Daily alignment with contractors; supervise and monitor contractors offshore to ensure that DBU achieves its availability and financial targets;
  • Maintain quality control procedures and regularly execute safety and asset integrity inspections;
  • Maintaining site log book and prepare site reports;
  • Manage the site and motivate subcontractor to meet DBU’s targets and to comply with all relevant statutory and other regulations at any time;
  • Assist in development and in implementation of policies and procedures to ensure that the company complies with all health and safety and other statutory regulations;
  • Maintain data in the asset management/wind farm management system and run required analysis.

Education, Experience & Skills

  • Minimum of 5 years relevant experience in the wind power, marine, or oil/gas industry within construction or O&M;
  • Professional designation: qualified in electric installations, electronics or mechatronics (“Meister oder staatlich geprüfter Techniker”);
  • Sufficient knowledge and education to be assigned as Responsible Person "Arbeitsverantwortlicher bzw. Schaltberechtigte Person" (DIN VDE 0105-100);
  • Trained to switch high-voltage;
  • Fluent in English and German;
  • High safety awareness;
  • Good communications skills;
  • Extensive knowledge of common office software, ability to quickly learn and use specialized software applications such as project management or maintenance management software and data bases;
  • Problem solving skills;
  • Commercial awareness;
  • Ability to motivate others;
  • Team working skills.

Preferred Qualifications/Competencies:

  • Working and rescue at heights;
  • Working and rescue in confined spaces;
  • First aid for electricians;
  • Offshore survival;
  • Helicopter underwater escape;
  • Helicopter hoist operations.

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:
Stephanie Stein, 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: 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 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: Consolidation Analyst
Department: Accounting
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Qualifications: CPA (CFE passed)
Location: Toronto, ON

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About the Role:

As a result of Northland’s rapid growth, the consolidation of financial results has become more complex. We are looking for an experienced accountant to join the team to assist the Senior Manager, Financial Reporting and Manager, International Facilities. Primary responsibility is to support the timely and accurate consolidation of international subsidiaries into Northland’s IFRS financial statements, non-IFRS measures (EBITDA and FCF), and internal reporting. The role will involve understanding Northland’s global structure, liaising with global subsidiary accounting teams and external service providers, as well as translating results to align with Northland’s consolidated presentation.

In this role, you are a key contributor to the preparation of Northland’s public financial disclosures. You also support special projects, including the integration of newly acquired projects and subsidiaries. You work to continuously improve processes and procedures to increase efficiency and minimize risk.

How You’ll Add Value
  • Tackle the unfamiliar by participating in accounting process setup and identifying and resolving issues related to new subsidiaries, departments, acquisitions and partnerships.
  • Problem-solve and collaborate with international subsidiaries to determine the best way to achieve consistent application of Northland’s accounting policies in unique situations, taking into account local requirements and global policies.
  • Take an active role in new and challenging global accounting projects, including the analysis of technical accounting issues and standardization of reporting across new geographies and business lines.
  • Experiment with Northland’s ERP system functionalities to reliably increase the degree of automation in the consolidation process.
  • Identify gaps in existing processes and contribute to the culture of continuous improvement by suggesting better ways of doing things to improve controls and drive efficiencies.

What You’ll Do
Day to day

  • Liaise with the accounting teams of international subsidiaries and external service providers to ensure timely receipt of monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting.
  • Review reporting from international subsidiaries to ensure consistency with Northland’s accounting policies, identify gaps and propose solutions that take into account local requirements and consolidation requirements.
  • Consolidate the results of international subsidiaries for IFRS accounting purposes by eliminating intercompany balances, translating to presentation currency, and recording consolidation adjustments.
  • Consolidate the results of international subsidiaries for non-IFRS measures by calculating EBITDA and FCF in accordance with Northland’s policies.
  • Support the accounting teams of international subsidiaries and external service providers by preparing schedules, reconciliations, reporting packages, and variance analysis as well as responding to auditor inquiries.
  • Assist in technical accounting analysis and documentation under IFRS for newly created or acquired subsidiaries, including the assessment of control and functional currency.
  • Participate and lead special projects as the need arises.

This Role Might be for You If
Education, certifications, experience

  • You have a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation or equivalent or are working towards this designation.
  • You have 2-5 years of experience working in a technical accounting role, with direct experience with IFRS as well as preparing or reviewing multi-currency consolidations.
  • You have advanced Microsoft Excel skills and can use formulas, macros, even VBA to build efficient data collection templates and automate data validation checks.
  • You have experience with Workday Finance or similar ERP solutions.

Demonstrable strengths and abilities

  • You are knowledgeable of IFRS, particularly consolidation accounting
  • You have and can demonstrate exceptional attention to detail
  • You go above and beyond to deliver the highest quality work and strive to understand the “why” behind your assigned projects and tasks
  • You are an action-oriented problem solver who can assess alternatives and implement solutions
  • You are not afraid to challenge the status quo and take initiative to implement continuous improvements
  • You are technically savvy and can learn new IT systems and functionalities quickly
  • You are highly motivated, bring an enthusiastic and positive attitude, and take challenges in stride
  • You can articulate your ideas clearly in writing and conversation
  • You are organized, great at managing your time and prioritizing responsibilities
  • You enjoy collaborating in teams and get along well with others

Nice to haves

  • You have experience in audit or advisory at a Big 4 accounting firm
  • You speak Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, other

Why Work at Northland?

  • The Finance and Accounting team organizes fun team-building and social activities regularly for all team members!
  • A career at Northland provides an opportunity to do more, learn more, and grow more as the Company continues to grow.
  • We have an active Social Committee that organizes events and fundraisers to get to know your fellow Northlanders, give back to our community, and have some fun.
  • We offer great benefits, including a generous RRSP matching program.
  • Our Toronto office is located right on the subway line at Yonge and St. Clair in a beautiful neighbourhood close to lots of great restaurants and walking distance to the Rosedale and Yorkville areas.

Are we a Good Fit?
Our Vision:

To be a top clean and green developer, owner constructor and operator of sustainable infrastructure assets, inspiring our people to achieve a sustainable and prosperous future for all of our stakeholders.

Our Strategy:

  • Northland aims to continually increase shareholder value by developing and acquiring high-quality projects supported by long-term revenue contracts and/or expertise in the relevant markets, while carefully managing and mitigating project risks.
  • We focus on renewable and sustainable energy sources with the goal of improving the impact of resource usage in our environment.
  • We seek out technologies and jurisdictions where we can apply an early mover advantage and establish a meaningful presence.
  • We inspire our people to achieve excellence in everything they do, embracing and living Northland’s values on a daily basis.
  • Our on-time, on-budget project execution record and consistent investor returns result from these strategic choices.

Our Values:

  • Safety – Ensuring the health and safety of our people, partners and stakeholders is our top priority
  • Honesty & Integrity – Doing the right thing for all of our collective stakeholders
  • Respect – For ourselves, our partners, our host communities – and the environment
  • Commitment – Seeing a project or challenge through to its successful conclusion
  • Having Fun – Feeling passion and enthusiasm for our work drives our efforts
  • Pursuit of Excellence – Striving to be the best in everything that we do
  • Collaboration – Listening, sharing and working cooperatively is key to our success
  • Creativity – Finding innovative solutions that stimulate positive change and growth
  • People - Acquiring, nurturing and retaining top industry talent around the world

These are the values shared by Northlanders. If you also share these values, we would like to hear from you.

Northland values the diversity of the people it hires and serves. Diversity at Northland means fostering a workplace in which individual differences are recognized, appreciated, respected and responded to in ways that fully develop and utilize each person’s talents and strengths.

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.

To apply for this position, please forward your resume to Careers@NorthlandPower.com. Please reference "Consolidation Analyst" in your email

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Position: Managing Director, Corporate M&A
Department: M&A & Project Finance
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Location: Toronto, ON

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About the Role

The Managing Director, Corporate M&A is responsible for leading origination, due diligence, negotiation and execution of international transaction opportunities. This role will report directly to the Global Head of M&A and Project Finance and will work closely with all members of the M&A and Project Finance team, Northland’s regional Development offices as well as the broader Northland organization.

What You’ll Do
  • Source and originate corporate M&A opportunities that align with established investment criteria and approval requirements;
  • Monitor and analyze market development and develop strategies to pursue opportunities;
  • Identify potential targets for acquisition and establish strong relationships with potential counterparties;
  • Manage the execution of international transaction opportunities, including coordination of internal working groups, management of external consultants and advisors, due diligence process, etc.;
  • Partner closely with Northland’s development teams in each region to complete project investment due diligence and technical, commercial and financial project development;
  • Lead the negotiation of definitive transaction agreements and related documentation with the support of legal counsel.
  • Develop and deliver concise investment opportunities profiles, including strategic fit and benefits, expected project economics, returns and risks to the development, finance, legal, operations, construction teams, senior management and the investment committee as required;
  • Develop and maintain working relationships with key market stakeholders;
  • Oversee employees hired and / or contractors retained to advance due diligence and acquisitions;
  • Provide regular updates to Northland’s Investment Committee and the Board of Directors, as required;
  • Execute other assignments and responsibilities as required by Northland.
This Role Might be for You If

Education, certifications, experience

  • 12-15 years of relevant experience relating to power, infrastructure, or other related sectors
  • Experience in corporate M&A, project finance, private equity or investment banking
  • Business, legal, or engineering backgrounds, coupled with solid financial acumen;
  • CFA, Masters of Finance, CPA, CA, MBA or other advanced designations considered an asset.
Strengths and abilities
  • Proven commercial and negotiation skills;
  • You can communicate clearly, write well, and interact with diverse internal and external stakeholders and counterparties
  • You have a proven ability to think strategically and translate complex financial inputs into concise financial analysis and recommendations;
  • You possess a strong understanding of applied investment and valuation methodologies;
  • You have strong technical/computer skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Bloomberg);
  • You are a highly-motivated self-starter and have demonstrated a commitment to continuous improvement.
  • You have the ability to travel internationally on a fairly regular basis.
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.

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Position: Director, IT/OT Security and Compliance
Department: IT/OT
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Location: Toronto, ON

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Position Summary:

The incumbent reports to the VP of IT/OT and will provide direction on security practices to the IT/OT Management Team related to the overall Security programs focussed on mitigating risk for all systems across NPI’s global organization. The role is responsible for the administration of the organization’s information and data security policies and practices to ensure authorized users can readily access information and that the information is protected in terms of confidentiality, integrity and availability. This role would work closely and collaborate with the NPI’s Security consulting services in managing information security at Northland. The role will be the security advocate and liaison between IT/OT, managed services and the business. This role is responsible for taking a lead in Northland IT/OT Security at a Global level in providing leadership and governance related to its Security programs which include its Cybersecurity Program and Data Protection Program. The role is responsible to keep these programs up to date and ensure Northland has robust programs in place in ensuring a strong security posture. This role needs to take ownership of IT/OT Security for Northland.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Develop and maintain a Global Information Security Program that governs and oversight of all Northland entities, which includes both Information Technology and Operations Technology.
  • Perform and maintain a security maturity evaluation and program, based on industry best practices, to drive the decision-making processes of the Global Information Security Program
  • Monitor and report on Network security, system and application security solutions to highlight areas of non-compliance and recommend the development of improved practices and processes
  • Works closely with Legal and HR on Data Privacy and Security Programs and Policies and collaboratively with other department heads to provide organization wide direction on policy and compliance.
  • Leads task forces for planning for data processing and security.
  • Audit security access to ensure appropriate privileges are applied in accordance with the organization policies and application owner-defined parameters
  • Work with our Security Partners (SOC) on a regular basis to monitor and identify gaps/risk in current environment and drive the necessary changes to take place.
  • Conduct ongoing IT/OT security audits for all Northland entities to ensure compliance to the baseline requirements.
  • Assist with security incidents and security breach investigations to guide the refinement of information security policies and practices
  • Manage the periodic maintenance of systems and applications to ensure new security threats are identified, managed and the security of the organization’s assets are maintained
  • Lead periodic penetration tests along with necessary remediation.
  • Ensures security programs are fulfilled as required, which includes Cybersecurity Training for all employees and local compliance requirements.
  • Perform consulting activities at the direction of the VP of IT/OT for Northland senior management and board committee
  • Provide evidence to support external audit reports for various departments and operational facilities.
Key Responsibilities:
  • In conjunction with the IT Security Officer, work with both IT and OT to ensure that company conforms to government/industry requirements and best practices for IT/OT security, such as the ISO/IEC 27000 series, NERC, and NIST frameworks and/or other regional regulatory compliance requirements
  • Develop a baseline information security plan for all Northland Entities
  • Perform Information Security Audits based on the Northland baseline
  • Work with management, technical staff (networks, servers, databases, applications, cloud-based services, VoIP, SCADA / ICS devices) and user groups to analyze and recommend practices/update IT controls, standard procedures, policies and enforcement of processes to enable compliance and regulatory requirements.
  • Reviews security reports and logging to identify potential risks or required adjustments
  • Assist in the development, implementation and administration of the Global Information Security Program which includes Emergency Response Plans, a Data Protection Program and Business Continuity Programs
  • Develop a global vulnerability and penetration testing program that would include conducting both periodic and ad-hoc internal security vulnerability assessments along with enhancing the patch management process of both corporate and operational IT Infrastructure
  • Develop and deliver Global Information Security Awareness communication/training to all NPI employees on a regular basis, including lunch-and-learn sessions
  • Responsible for evaluating security trends, evolving threats, risks and vulnerabilities and remediates and/or applies tools to mitigate risk as necessary
  • Analyze, summarize and present security assessments/audits/reports globally to IT & OT Management as required
  • Prepare recommendations, proposals, reports and status of Information Security efforts, including quarterly Audit/Board reports.
  • This individual will be responsible for creating a comprehensive plan for the audit, retention, classification and secure disposal of data.
  • Oversee IT/OT policies to ensure policies are maintained and adhered to.
  • In conjunction with IT and Managed Services, evaluate and recommend products, services and technologies as they pertain to the current and future security requirements of the company.
  • In conjunction with IT Project Management Team, participate in IT/OT and business projects to ensure that information security is considered in the earliest stages of projects. This would include participating in IT testing where necessary.
  • Work with the business to develop a data retention policy
  • Obtain certification/qualification as needed and advised by VP of IT/OT
  • Develop and be the lead member of the Global Cybersecurity Response Team.
  • Develop and implement a vendor and third-party security evaluation program
  • Develop and implement an Information Security Risk Management Program
  • Review and provide feedback on all security architecture change proposals
  • Participate as required in Project Pipeline activity to ensure IT/OT acquisitions are in line with Northland IT/OT Security requirements.
  • Establish and maintain regular written and in-person communications with the organization’s executives and staff on IT Security matters.
  • Advise on and assist with physical security controls selection, design, and implementation
Education & Experience:
  • Undergraduate degree in Computer Science or related field. A post-secondary diploma combined with equivalent experience is acceptable.
  • Thorough understanding of IT Security principles and practices, with at least 5 years of experience in the IT Security field. CISSP and CISA certification are required.
  • Courses and/or certifications in IT Security, network administration, server administration are highly desirable.
  • Good understanding of Data Privacy laws at a global level which include GDPR.
  • Sound knowledge of network design (LAN, WAN).
  • Experience working with Enterprise Infrastructure technologies and Platforms such as Palo Alto, SIEM, Cisco, Cloud Solutions, Office 365.
  • Sound knowledge of ISO 27000 series framework and industry IT Security best practices
  • Experience with NERC and/or NIST is a strong asset.
  • Strong analysis and attention to detail
  • Strong verbal/written communication and presentation skills.
  • Good knowledge of IT security products, services, hardware/software security tool
  • Good judgment, highly self-motivated and self-directed
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a pressured situation.
  • Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
  • Experienced and willing to work “hands on” and interested in a dynamic, fast paced environment.
  • Demonstrates a passion for security management and compliance.
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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Position: Development Accountant
Department: Accounting
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Location: Toronto, ON

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About the Role

Project Development is the main driver of growth for Northland and a primary focus of the executive leadership. We are looking for an experienced Accountant to join the team to assist the Senior Manager, Corporate Accounting. Primary responsibility is to ensure that accounting and record keeping for the Development group, including the respective Regional Development Offices (RDOs), is accurate and complete. The role will involve understanding the development projects around the world, liaising with each RDO, and ensuring the accounting for each project and RDO is accurate and reported timely.

In this role, you are a key contributor to the preparation, review, and reporting of internal and external financial information relating to the Development group, and you also have significant involvement in special projects and continuous improvement initiatives.

How You'll Add Value:
  • Identify gaps in existing processes and contribute to the culture of continuous improvement by suggesting better ways of doing things to improve controls, drive efficiencies and add value
  • Tackle the unfamiliar by participating in accounting processes setup and identifying and resolving issues related to new activities (geographies, technologies, partnerships, projects)
  • Improve communication with Development group to ensure accounting is accurate and based on the most current information available
  • Convert data into information by using charts and other visualizations to improve analysis and reporting
  • Leverage Excel to automate and simplify processes and take an active role in the implementation of new functionality, improvement of existing processes, creation of custom reports, and resolution of issues relating to NPI’s Workday ERP solution
What You'll Do
Day to day
  • Prepare monthly internal Development financial reports, including reporting on performance for Project Managers, Managing Directors, and Executives
  • Complete the month, quarter, and year end close processes, including tracking completion of tasks, preparing relevant schedules and reporting packages, performing variance analysis, responding to audit inquiries, and contributing to the preparation of internal and external reporting
  • Perform or review day to day processing of transactions for Development overhead and projects to ensure accounting records by project and RDO are maintained in an effective, up to date, and accurate manner
  • Gather information from RDOs, book entries, and track reversals of accrued liabilities for Development projects
  • Act as partner to the Development group and Corporate Accounting team, perform ad hoc analysis, respond to accounting or finance related inquiries, and other requests to support Development business activities and decisions
  • Prepare financial reports for joint development partners (cost summaries, invoices, loan schedules, etc.) and respond to audit requests, as needed
  • Find ways to use the Workday ERP system to drive efficiency and improve bookkeeping, reporting, and other processes
  • Participate in the creation of the annual Development budget, monthly forecasts, and any related reports and dashboards
  • Participate in special projects as they arise
This Role Might be for You If:
Education, certifications, experience
  • You have a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation or equivalent
  • You have 2-5 years of experience working in a finance, accounting, or audit role
  • You have advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills, and can use formulas, macros, even VBA, pivot tables, and graphs to interpret, analyze, and present data in a compelling way
  • You have experience with Workday Finance or similar ERP solutions
Demonstrable strengths and abilities
  • You are highly-motivated to develop your skills and can demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement
  • You have been known to challenge the status quo
  • You are knowledgeable about accounting matters and can defend your position to those not familiar with accounting
  • You have and can demonstrate exceptional attention to detail
  • You can communicate clearly, write well, and get along with others easily
  • You are extremely organized, and great at managing your time
  • You can multi task, prioritize, and work to deadlines
Nice to haves
  • You speak Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, other
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.

To apply for this position, please forward your resume to Careers@NorthlandPower.com. Please reference the "Development Accountant” title in your email.

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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.

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.

If interested, please forward your resume to careers@northlandpower.com

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

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