review and assess the performance of our existing wind turbine foundation structures and support with the implementation of our fleet-wide asset integrity strategy;
analyse relevant structural monitoring data on a regular basis;
support the development of new foundation structures for offshore wind turbines;
support the development of cost-effective solutions for larger, deep-water turbines;
ensure that all lessons learned from our existing fleet are incorporated into our new developments;
improve the cost performance of our wind farms, often undertake research and review new developments in technology;
take into account the implications for the fabrication, transportation and installation of our wind turbines – particularly bearing in mind our preference for onshore prefabrication;
work closely with internal stakeholders and external design houses and fabricators to standardise our overall approach to technical pre-qualification and specification.
educated to degree level in civil or structural engineering, or equivalent experience;
relevant experience of engineering design, plant construction and contract and consultancy management – ideally relating to offshore wind farms;
relevant experience in civil engineering and structural design, plant construction, technical, contract and consultancy management, ideally including renewable technologies of offshore wind, with experience in:
Design calculations, structural modelling and dynamic loading of offshore structures;
Design life re-assessment;
Concept design calculations and reporting;
Geotechnical assessments and foundation installation.
Member of a professional engineering body;
Proven experience supporting renewable construction projects;
The drive and motivation to meet time, cost and quality targets;
Demonstrable experience of working effectively in an international business.