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Job Title: Project Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: UK - England - South East England
Industry:
Salary: £35,000 - £40,000
REF: 56499
Job Published: 6 months ago

Project Engineer – Offshore

 

Location:          South East England

 
Our established client is looking to recruit a Project Engineer to join their expanding team.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Proactively identify engineering issues and risks to be addressed
  • Ensuring Engineering activities are completed in a safe, timely and quality manner
  • Creating & managing project or package programmes to identify and schedule engineering input
  • Hold Design Responsibility as an approver of Designs
  • Perform CDM-Designer and Principal Designer duties
  • Calling and holding Design Reviews & Design Risk Assessments
  • Provide the necessary engineering and construction information to inform scoping, environmental impact assessment (EIA), and planning applications
  • Identify project design drivers and develop project designs to optimise the outcome.
  • Carry out technical analyses
  • Presenting of engineering progress to project team and management reporting
  • Identifying and implementing areas of process improvement and capability development
  • Supervision of engineering activities across a range of packages
  • Approval of calculations, reports and drawings
  • Review and technical approval of project changes
  • Resolving technical disagreements between different parties, internal and external
  • Management of resource & delivery of work packages
  • Estimating resource requirements and budgets
  • Support the assessment and procurement of technical equipment and products
  • Support package, contract and project managers as requested
  • Identify and realise business opportunities in consultancy and contacting. This will include maintaining the company’s public image, writing and negotiating proposals.

 

The engineering issues to be considered may include:

 

  • Wind turbines
  • Wind turbine seabed foundations
  • Subsea MV & HV cables
  • Offshore substations: electrical & structural aspects
  • Marine operations
  • Substations up to 400kV with National Grid connection
  • Control and SCADA systems
  • Site investigations and geotechnology
  • Wind farm techno-economics
  • Wind farm layout, yield & revenue
  • Instrumentation & met masts
  • Environmental

 

The role may at times require supporting other business units or working on other, non-offshore wind, projects on occasion as workload requires.

 

Knowledge

 

  • A good understanding of technical and contractual interfaces
  • Knowledge of the design and development of offshore wind farms, including related transmission infrastructure
  • Knowledge of consenting processes for large infrastructure projects
  • Knowledge of infrastructure financing and techno-economic modelling
  • An understanding of the "client engineer" role in a multi-contract project environment
  • An understanding of CDM and other relevant legislation

 

 

Experience

 

  • Experience of large construction projects
  • Experience of design, construction, commissioning or operation in the offshore wind industry
  • Contract management experience
  • Experience of resource and budgetary management
  • Full lifecycle project experience
  • Business Development experience
  • Experience working in a consultancy environment
  • Offshore working experience (desirable)

 

Qualifications

 

  • Degree qualification in electrical, marine, structural, mechanical or other relevant engineering discipline
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