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Working Student/Intern FEM Modelling - Wind Energy Offshore

 

 

Rouse your #PIONIERGEIST and give your career the decisive boost – apply now!

 

For our innogy location Hamburg we are looking for you as a Working Student/Intern FEM Modelling - Wind Energy Offshore (Part time, Fixed term for 6 months) at the earliest possible time.

We as innogy are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive organisation and to valuing the contribution that our employees make. We welcome all genders and respect differences in culture, background, working style, education and other less obvious differences.
Do you want to help innogy to develop a new technology for the removal of foundation piles at sea? Would you like to find an ingenious solution for the dismantling of offshore wind farms at the end of their operational life? Do you like to be a pioneer of the energy transition? We are looking for an outcome-oriented student with a passion for innovations. You will be given a specific task as well as the necessary resources to perform numerical modelling of steel piles.

 

You will collaborate with different departments within innogy’s business unit for offshore wind energy. You will receive support in terms of FEM modelling from “Civil Engineering”. Supervision and guidance will be provided by “Project Management”. You will liaise with other departments such as “Research & Development” and “IP Management/Patents”.

 

How will you support us as a Working Student/Intern FEM Modelling - Wind Energy Offshore?

  • Finite element method (FEM) modelling of foundation piles of offshore wind turbines
  • Development of an innovative technology for the extraction of steel piles
  • Step-by-step progression of FEM model in accordance with a well-defined task
  • Important contribution to the advancement of a sustainable technology for pile removal

 

What do you ideally bring to the role?

  • Currently pursuing a Master degree in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering or similar
  • Profound know-how in FEM modelling
  • Experience in structural engineering
  • Gotechnical knowledge is preferred but not required
  • Understanding of pile-soil interaction
  • German language skills

 

Who are we?

innogy SE is colourful, flexible, full of energy and creative ideas. We are located all across Europe and together with 40.000 colleagues in renewables, grid and retail we create a sustainable energy system for new generations to live in a world worth living in. We are offering existing and potential customers innovative and sustainable products and services which enable them to use energy more efficiently.

 

Innogy offers more than just salary:

As Working Student/Intern FEM Modelling - Wind Energy Offshore you get the freedom you need for your personal development.

Furthermore we offer you:

  • Hands-on supervision and guidance by innogy’s professionals
  • Deep insights into the development process of a new technology
  • Modern working environment in innogy’s Hamburg office

 

innogy offers a modern working environment, individual development opportunities and an open communication culture. This includes, for example, home office, flexitime and much more.

 

Do you have any questions?

For further information please contact David Rienecker, phone +49 40 209493-2114. Or are you already convinced that this is the next step in your career? Then register now and apply online until 7th February 2019 for the task as Working Student/Intern FEM Modelling - Wind Energy Offshore (ID 16646). We welcome applications from people with disabilities.

 

 

 

 


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