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Offshore Lead Commissioning Engineer

Role description

 

The Offshore Lead Commissioning Engineer is a role within the UK Offshore Strategy & implementation Team reporting to the Offshore Commissioning Package manager. The role will provide commissioning technical expertise and ensure that the innogy commissioning strategy is implemented and that all necessary processes and resources are available to deliver offshore wind farm projects into safe commercial operation and ensure that lessons learnt across projects are captured, communicated and implemented in future projects.

The Lead Commissioning Engineer will be integral in ensuring that early generation revenue during the commissioning phase is optimised, whilst ensuring that safety is the number one priority and shall be comfortable working in a team environment.

 

The role holder will support the Commissioning package manager in developing the overall project commissioning function and team for a project, to include Commissioning Managers/Engineers and Lead Safety Controllers/Senior Authorised Persons.

 

Required skills and experience

 

  • HND/HNC in electrical & electronic engineering.
  • At least 5 years of experience in Offshore Wind Farm Commissioning and Operations.
  • Proven track record in an HV/offshore commissioning environment is essential. 
  • Experience of HV plant and network operations.
  • Experience of Marine safety and logistics.
  • Good knowledge of current UK health, safety and environmental legislation.
  • Strong communication skills at all levels.
  • Experience of managing budgets and contractors.

 

 

Why you should apply


As well as a competitive salary and impressive benefits package you’ll also get the opportunity to really shape the future of our business. Along the way, we’ll give you all the support you need to develop your skill set and achieve your long-term ambitions.

We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive organisation and to valuing the contribution that our employees make. We welcome and respect differences in culture, background, working style, education and other less obvious differences.  

 

Salary and package details

 

 

Competitive Salary

25 days annual leave + Bank Holidays

Up to 15% Pension

Up to 15% Bonus

Car Allowance

Life insurance

Family medical care

Cycle to work

Eye Test/Flu Jab Vouchers

Corporate Discount scheme

 

 

There will be an expectation to travel to other offices and sites outside of your base location (including Europe/Overseas) which may involve overnight stays

 

 

Our company

 

innogy SE is Germany’s leading energy company, with revenue of around €44 billion (2016), more than 40,000 employees and activities in 16 countries across Europe. With its three business segments Grid & Infrastructure, Retail and Renewables, innogy addresses the requirements of a modern, decarbonised, decentralised and digital energy world.

We plan, build and operate plants to generate power and extract energy from renewable sources. Part of our portfolio are wind and hydro power plants as well as solar and biomass plants. Currently, we are particularly strongly represented in our home market, Germany, followed by the United Kingdom, Spain, the Netherlands, Poland and Italy.

Our aim is to expand renewables worldwide, both on our own and working with partners. We believe that working together in this way is the key to making the energy transition a success.

innogy is one of the major operators of offshore and onshore wind energy in Europe. In addition to wind power, we also want to grow utility-scale solar power plant. In addition to our core markets, we are already active in new markets such as the USA, Australia and Canada.

 

Closing date on this role is 24/10/19, Please apply online and contact Lisa Phillips if you have any queries or questions lisa.phillips@innogy.com

 

 

 

 


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