Job ID 8166
A key player in the Offshore wind market is looking to recruit a WTG Engineer on a long-term contract.
- The WTG Engineer will be a member of the Offshore wind business development teams
- The role will sit within the technical team in New Energies division
- The role will involve WTG selection, assessments, design and installation concept in various phases of the project
- Successfully manage input and interfaces with contracting and procurement
- Project services and cross discipline (Electrical, civil, geotechnical) are a large contributor to success
- Provide technical expertise for wind turbines for the client's portfolio of offshore wind, including JV support, opportunity realization, M&A activities, due diligence, and throughout the life cycle of offshore wind farm projects
- Independent implementation and management of the prequalification of WTG (components) in the form of audits and technical due diligence as well as first point of contact for suppliers
- Involvement in Technical Risk Assessments of current WTGs, focusing on Risks & Opportunities and OPEX.
- Independent implementation and leadership in the evaluation of WTG design concepts, technical solutions and risks as a basis for technical and commercial decisions
- Self-employed preparation of tender documents, evaluation of tenders and support in contract negotiations with wind turbine manufacturers. Coordination of technical negotiations internally and externally
- Responsible for the evaluation of the documentation of wind turbines and identification of deviations from purchasing specifications and quality-critical parameters.
- Application and further development of relevant regulations etc. and Best Practice considering Lessons learnt as well as identification of development fields
- Self-employed support of activities on the construction site as well as support of other employees
- Investigation of very complex claims and technical facts, preparation of suggestions for improvement
- Participation in R&D projects on offshore wind turbine technology
- Identifying technical optimization potential at component level for current commercial offshore wind turbine platforms, whilst recognizing supply chain constraints.
- Identifying turbine modification requirements and performance in floating offshore wind application.
- Successfully completed university studies in engineering (mechanical engineering, electrical engineering or in a comparable field)
- Above-average knowledge and experience in the construction, functioning and operation of wind turbines and their components (at least 5 years)