Competitive Salary (DOE)
about 1 month ago
My client is a global, leading consultancy with a huge pipeline of projects in the offshore wind sector. They are currently searching for a Design Manager to join their Offshore Wind team; The Design Manager is the overall responsible for coordinating the engineering activities in the project and securing the quality of the deliverables. The Design Manager will have a close connection and communication to the Clients engineering team.
Your key tasks and responsibilities will be:
- Managing the foundation design process, including the interface, coordination, and direction of the Discipline Leads (Primary Steel, Secondary Steel, Geotechnics, Metocean, Corrosion Protection, Electrical, etc.) in terms of methodology and technical solutions.
- Briefing the design team on their scope, deliverables, interfaces and related dependencies per stage between discipline.
- Monitoring the design process progress.
- Ensuring that the design is supporting the client's key objectives and meeting project specifications.
- Taking a central position in the design process and interfaces with various external stakeholders, covering but not limited to Wind Turbine vendors, Fabricators, Installation Contractors and Certification and Verification Agencies.
- Accountability for end-stage review of team performance and design stage deliverables with client
- Ensuring the highest standards of health and safety are promoted and maintained in the scope and within the project team.
- Educated to an Engineering Degree, preferably Civil/Structural, but Mechanical and others could be an option.
- Around 4-6 years working experience in heavy civil structures and/or offshore (O&G or wind). Part of that period should be in offshore wind.
- You should have undertaken technical / design roles in the past, but should have been exposed to coordination activities as well, i.e. managing some interfaces, a small design team, technical queries, etc.
- Experience with fabrication and installation phases of offshore projects (O&G or wind) would be considered of added value.