Electrical Engineer for Onshore & Offshore (m/f)

14 Oct 2016
26 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Full Time
  • Provide electrical/I&C engineering support during project development, construction and operation for substations, grid connection and cables 
  • Manage the electrical engineering process aligned with the regional project management
  • Define and evaluate electrical requirements in close collaboration with the Project Managers within the onshore business
  • Assess and evaluate dedicated local electrical requirements for integration/amendment into EC&Rs standards
  • Support Technical Contracting and Procurement in negotiations and claim management (technical)
  • Perform QA/QC component inspections
  • Support field teams during commissioning with engineering expertise
  • Support Fleet Engineers in discussions with suppliers and contractors in particular electrical topics  
  • Support continuous improvement of  specifications with experience and feedback from operating assets
  • Perform Grid and load flow studies
  • Assess and evaluate new Wind Turbine Technologies with regard to the electrical contents and capabilities (Technical Due Diligence)

  • University Degree in Electrical Engineering or a similar field of study
  • Several years of experience, preferred in the wind energy business, renewable energy business or plant engineering
  • Ability to develop, apply and maintain standards and best practice to gain competitive advantage
  • Ability to work conceptual as well as performing detailed engineering work in certain areas
  • Experience in specifying, negotiating and managing of packages/projects
  • Good understanding of commercial issues
  • Strong motivation, commitment and drive to achieve the required performance
  • Experience in international project teams and businesses
  • Mobile, resilient, team oriented, interdisciplinary interested
  • Proactive and reliable, structured and systematic way of working
  • Entrepreneurial thinking and acting
  • English (business fluent), any other language of EC&R regions of advantage