This role will operate under an offshore engineering company who are working with one of the UK and Ireland’s leading renewables companies. This role will be part of the developer’s project team developing a multi‐billion‐pound offshore wind development and construction project. As a key member of the Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) Package team, the successful candidate will report to the WTG Lead Installation Engineer and work closely with the Contract Manager, Installation Engineers, the wider package teams and commissioning team to ensure delivery of a successful project.
This is a contract position, likely to last for 3-5mos. The preference is to work from their Glasgow office but they are open to considering other locations including Aberdeen and London.
The successful candidate will contribute to achieving the customer or stakeholder requirements and ensuring that all processes and procedures are adhered to in an efficient and consistent manner across the project so that the quality of work delivered is carried out to a high standard.
The role will require working effectively in a multi-discipline project engineering team across the project packages, providing transport and Installation engineering support to the Design Authority to ensure that the project technology choice and design solution will deliver against stated project objectives and returns.
Responsibilities will include:
- Support the interface with WTG manufacturer, Marine Warranty Surveyor (MWS), vessel supplier designer and T&I contractors on projects
- Development and assessment of substructures, topsides, cables & WTGs loadout design, including the assessment and evaluation of port and harbour facilities
- Design development of offshore installation activities eg. rigging design, lifting tools working, WTG component installation, grillage and Sea Fastening review, contractor documentation review, participation in risk assessments, collaboratively with specialist contractors and designers
- Support the delivery of T&I engineering requirements, highlight key T&I project risks and support the mitigation of these risks, providing resolution of T&I design issues within the project
- Production of sea keeping assessments for marine logistics and transportation – including Component delivery, Installation Vessels and Heavy Transport Vessels
- Production of vessel supply requirements ensuring time optimisation and safety are maintained
- Support offshore installation campaign planning, considering weather forecast, fabricator delays etc.
- Provide site and offshore support during pre-assembly, loadout, transport and construction
- Naval Architect/Civil Engineer/Mechanical Engineer with offshore wind, marine engineering, Transport and Installation or Offshore Construction experience
- Chartered Engineer (or working towards)
- Experienced in the design development and construction of high value asset projects
- Ability to influence staff effectively, to ensure delivery of T&I activities against project requirements and timescales
- Present key T&I considerations in a non-technical context to ensure risks and opportunities are understood and considered by Stakeholders
- Supporting the management of design consultancies, specialist suppliers and experience of offshore T&I contractors