This is a design engineering role inside of a global scope of the Electrical Auxiliaries Team which includes the electrical sub-systems and components for GE offshore wind turbines.
The purpose of the job covers from conceptual design and functional specifications until the testing & validation of WTG Electrical Cabinets.
The WTG Electrical Cabinets are understood as the Low Voltage Switchgears which comprises the so-called Control Cabinets and Low Power Distribution Cabinets, that supplies power consumption to the electrical loads like VFD drives, motors, lights, sockets, sensors. They host control PLC devices, safety network devices and communication networks, main components like switches. Main UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) System is included in the scope too.
In this role, you will deliver engineering designs/requirements, execute business critical New Product Introductions, drive cost competitiveness, and ensure world class subsystem performance of the biggest offshore Wind Turbine up to date. You will work together with Supply Chain, EHS, Operations relevant stakeholders among others, to deliver the best solution from a whole value chain perspective. Responsibilities include: Full ownership and accountability for design, development, testing and certification of the Electrical Cabinets Full ownership and accountability of below deliverables per each Electrical Cabinet: