- Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably a Master’s degree (in order to ease transition to a Chartered Engineer Status at a later date) qualified in an Electrical/Electronic Engineering related subject.
- At least 5 years sea going experience or 5 years with a marine/offshore biased equipment vendor, design or construction position. (EPC, oil rigs, FPSO’s)
- Extensive practical and theoretical knowledge of electrical power systems or electrical control systems and of relevant issues in marine and offshore construction, design and operations.
- Chartered Electrical Engineering license is advantageous.
- Experience in Power Systems, Control Engineering, Instrumentation, Project Delivery.
- Managing Sub-Contracts and Contract Management is nice to have.
- Full understanding of the relevant Electrical Engineering Standards and Safe Working Practices.
- Knowledge of electrical equipment suitable for use in hazardous areas and hazardous area installations and ability to analyze and develop proposals and solutions to a wide range of technical and operational problems seeking guidance from Senior’s where necessary.
- A team player with the necessary communication (oral and written) skills to interface with other disciplines and the ability to produce written reports of a high quality in the English language.
- Assess personal competencies and development to close any competency gaps and to enhance professional skills.
- Experience in Heavy Electrical Power, Refineries, Off-Shore Engineering and Shipbuilding industries preferred.
- Maintain a contemporary knowledge base within own area of expertise.
- Primarily located in London office, with opportunities for working from home but there may be site offices set up during ship builds/repair where staff may be seconded to.
London, England, United Kingdom