Up to £0.00 per hour
8 months ago
5 months +
We are currently searching for an Offshore Substation Safety Engineer to work on the East Anglia three wind-farm project. This will be based in London but will require site visits. The work is anticipated to be initially until September 2020 but likely to run until 2025.
The OnSS (OFTO)Safety Engineer (OnSS-SE) will be dedicated to the OnSSs Supply and construction, along with onshore cable and aviation packages along with ancillary constructions onshore from day one. The nature of this job function is Quality Engineering Technology driven which comprises product safety, quality & engineering safety, this as well includes the planning, setting up and reviewing of processes relevant for the manufacturing, shipping, installation and completion of the OnSSs, Cables routes and aviation (radar/WTG mitigation works) onshore so that there will be no plant/machinery safety concerns.
Overseeing construction activities for onshore cable route EA3, and EA1N and EA2. Overseeing construction activities for construction of DC substation for EA3 and for 2x AC substations for EA1N and EA2. Overseeing construction activities for ancillary works involving construction/extension to existing O&M Base and radar mitigation works.
Health and safety engineer must have as a minimum a NEBOSH General Certificate and have suitable experience for scope of work. If it is envisaged that work will be conducted offshore suitable training must be present and valid to conduct such works.