Mechanical Supervisor

Berlin (Germany)
Job vacancy
Company Statement
The new sustainability: want to join a renewable energy pioneer? Our mission is to advance large-scale photovoltaic to meet the growing global demand for clean electricity. Come be a part of our success story!
Your Job
  • Monitoring and controlling all site mechanical installation activities.
  • Coordination of all mechanical subcontractors and their site activities 
  • Monitoring and control of deadlines, costs and quality and HSE aspect of the mechanical installation works 
  • Assisting the Site Manager with conflict and claims management 
  • Quality control and testing of the mechanical installation works 
  • Addressing mechanical works technical issues in coordination with the Site Manager 
  • Reporting and document administration 
  • Organizing acceptance tests and creating punch lists 
  • Construction risks identification, troubleshooting and problem solving 
  • Logistics, material acceptance and material handover to the contractors 
  • Reporting to Site Manager
Your profile
  • Academic degree in the area of engineering (preferably mechanical or industrial) and/or equivalent experience 
  • At least three years of work experience in the solar photovoltaics area is a must 
  • Strong communication skills - systematic organizational approach 
  • Ability to manage complex projects and multiple stakeholders 
  • Familiar with the process of procurement, construction and logistics of investment projects 
  • Technical understanding of solar photovoltaics incl.
  • Contract management experience 
  • English (excellent command), German (desired)
  • Willingness to travel and work from the project sites
We offer you
  • A truly international working environment with colleagues from all over the world
  • An open-minded, friendly and highly motivated team
  • Interesting and challenging tasks in a growing future-oriented industry
  • Very good opportunities for professional and personal development
  • Competitive remuneration

Interested in joining the team?

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