Would you like to help us develop and construct large offshore wind projects in Northern Europe and worldwide?
Join us and become Geotechnical Engineer in the Geotechnical Engineering department where you’ll work with a wide range of geotechnical activities related to the development, design and construction of offshore wind farms. We’re the world’s largest developer of offshore wind power, and our solutions are based on full in-house know-how within all aspects of offshore wind power technology.
You’ll be a member of the Site Assessment team, which is part of a large group of more than 600 engineers. We’re part of the Offshore Wind business unit which is working on several projects in Northern Europe as well as emerging markets such as the USA and Taiwan. Through your work, you’ll participate in the implementation of an ambitious strategy for international growth and the further development of sustainable carbon-free energy solutions.
Your key tasks will be to
- support the planning, scoping and supervision of phased geotechnical site investigations
- undertake geotechnical site assessments, including interpretation of laboratory and in situ test results
- assist in developing site-specific 3D-integrated ground models in close collaboration with our geologists and geophysicists
- support tool development for handling our large geotechnical databases
- derive site-specific engineering soil properties and soil profiles for the design of various offshore structures and facilities.
Additionally, you’ll prepare engineering reports (GIRs) and technical notes, and support research and development initiatives within geotechnical engineering.
Your competences include that you
- have substantial experience within the field of (offshore) geotechnical engineering
- have a relevant engineering degree (MSc or MEng) in either civil or geotechnical engineering
- have a genuine interest in soil behaviour, in situ testing and laboratory testing
- have experience with (offshore) geotechnical site investigation and/or advanced geotechnical laboratory testing
- have experience with handling (large quantities) of geotechnical data and state-of-practice assessments of design-optimised engineering soil properties.
Furthermore, you speak and write English fluently and possess excellent communication skills. You have knowledge of engineering software packages such as Matlab, and as a person you have a positive attitude, a strong drive and are eager to learn.
Working at Ørsted
To be the frontrunner in the green energy transformation, we invest significantly in innovation and empower our employees to help shape the renewable energy technologies of the future. We cultivate a collaborative, dynamic and diverse work environment and encourage career-long learning and development so our people can realise their full potential.
Would you like to help shape the renewable technologies of the future?
Send your application to us as soon as possible and no later than 17 May 2019, as we’ll be conducting interviews on a continuous basis.
For Denmark, please don’t hesitate to contact Paul Gibbs, Team Lead of Geotechnical Site Assessment, by telephone on +44 78079 97869 or by email on email@example.com, if you’d like to know more about the position. Alternatively, you can contact Willem Knoops, Manager, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the UK, please don’t hesitate to contact the Recruitment Specialist by email on email@example.com.
All UK-based positions will be subject to satisfactory pre-employment screening; further details will be given at offer stage.
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