£25.00 - £40.00 per hour
15 days ago
5 months +
We are currently recruiting for a Safety Engineer to work on the Wind Turbine Project for East Anglia 3 wind farm. This will be until September 2020 initially but likely to run until 2026.
The WTG/FOU Safety Engineer (WTG/FOU-SE) will be dedicated to the WTG/FOUs Supply and construction, including the TP installation. 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 FOU/TP/WTGs, and interfaces with other packages so that there will be no plant/machinery safety concerns.
The WTG/FOU H&S Engineer shall provide full support to the WTG and Foundation packages and interfacing with other packages such as Transportation and installation and Cables(inter array) to ensure that all aspects of work are covered from H&S risk management perspective.
Health and safety engineer must have as a minimum a NEBOSH General Certificate and have suitable experience for scope of work. It is envisaged that work will be conducted offshore therefore suitable training must be present and valid to conduct such works for example Global Wind Organisation training. All trainings must be kept up to date to ensure there are no delays to project works.
The WTG/FOU Health and Safety Engineer shall have suitable and specific experience to ensure that works are correctly planned and carried out with attention to areas such as HV works, ground works, lifting and general construction works.
The service shall be provided to allow daily liaison personal liaison with the project team based in London (UK)]. Travelling from there to Consultant / Contractors Offices and / or Facilities as required. Offshore visit will be an expected part of this role. Travel to overseas contractors is also envisaged.
Work hours will normally be between 0800-1700 on a weekday basis, some work may occur at weekends/weeks at sea dependant on project deliverables.