Vattenfall is one of Europe’s largest electricity generators and producer of heat and operates in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK. Our strategy is to reduce emissions from power generation with a road map to achieving climate neutrality by 2050.
For our Civil and Structural Engineering department within Business Area Wind, we are looking for an Advanced Structural Design Engineer to be part of the design team and drive forward our new foundation solutions.
Are you interested in a job with a lot of potential, possibilities and responsibilities, and be a part of a growing organization dedicated to renewable energy, you may be the person we are looking for.
The Civil and Structural department is the competence centre for all civil and structural related aspects of a wind farm on- and offshore, supplying cradle to cradle services, technical competences and project management all under one roof. We build on continuous improvement and entrepreneurial mind-set in order to set the standard for future wind foundations.
As our new Advanced Structural Design Engineer you will be the an important contributor in developing and improving our design tools and methodologies for monopiles mainly targeting primary steel. Your main focus area will be the design of site specific monopiles together with our more experienced engineers.
Furthermore, the main responsibilities include:
• Project specific primary steel design
• Specific and target oriented improvement task in relation to the project specific design
• Contribute to conceptual development
• Assist projects in technical queries relating to primary steel design and certification
• Coordinate documentation and drawings to 3rd party and Contractors
You are a structural engineer to the bone and motivated by technical and engineering challenges. You have a good sense of structural design and eager to improve your competences. You have an innovative mind-set and can see yourself working in an environment where we value entrepreneurship, the pragmatic approach and helpfulness in our daily work. You have a solid technical background but know you boundaries and seek help when needed. You show initiative and have a flexible approach to your work. You possess good interpersonal skills and can work in a team. You have an innovative mind-set working result-oriented and meet required deadlines. In addition, the following qualifications are important for this position:
• B.Sc or M.Sc degree in structural engineering or equivalent;
• Experienced with structural design preferably within wind or with offshore applications
• 2 - 5 years of experience;
• Experienced with FEM and structural analyses
• You are fluent in English, both in speech and writing.
We offer you a challenging and independent job in an informal working environment. You will be working in interdisciplinary teams and you can always count on support from committed colleagues as ‘Ask and Share’ concept is essential for the way we work. We offer attractive employment conditions and opportunities for personal and professional development
For more information about the position you are welcome to contact Head of Dep. Kasper Roed Jensen on +4560377671.
For more information about the recruitment process contact Jette Ingeberg, Senior Recruiter on +45 22570751.
We welcome your application in English, including CV and cover letter via the application button at this page.
We look forward to receiving your application!
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Energy is our contribution to quality of life – day after day. With around 20,000 colleagues Vattenfall provides comprehensive electricity and heating offerings to several million customers in northern Europe. For the work ahead we need people who are fully dedicated to our customers and to a sustainable society – people like you.
Business Area Wind is responsible for Vattenfall’s Onshore and Offshore Wind as well as other non-hydro Renewable activities. Today we develop, construct and operate wind generation in UK, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands.