Work Release/ Logistics Coordinator - En-Spiral
This job expired on 14-06-2012
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|Salary band:||£90k - £100k|
|Salary Details:||£300.00 - £400.00 per day|
|Experience:||Any or N/A|
|Sector:||Energy and Environment|
|Job Categories:||Wind Energy Jobs|
Great opportunity to work within a great industry - Off shore wind - one of the world must exciting and developing arenas
We are looking to recruit an experienced co-ordinator to join their commissioning team in progressing the development of the project. The work release and logistics coordinator will be responsible for assisting the commissioning manager in such as ensuring the requirements of the Project manual are adhered to at all times:
- Preparation of necessary reports from ProCoSys for the commissioning manager
- Follow up the development in punch raising and clearing in ProCoSys
- Preparation of vessel manifests
- Creating and reviewing SAP work release documents
You should hold a university degree or relevant industry experience:
- 5 years plus of relevant experience from development projects
- Conversant with SAP or similar work release system
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK