OFFSHORE SUBSTRUCTURES ENGINEER

 

The Offshore Substructures Engineer will be responsible for supporting the delivery of the Substructures supply and installation works package, from contracting to engineering and execution, in collaboration with other technical, commercial and legal areas of the project. The role will include leading on aspects of design/engineering and installation works as directed by package manager. 

 

MAIN ACCOUNTABILITIES: 

Support the substructures Package Manager in the management of contractors throughout the project lifecycle, including management of contracts or sections of contracts related to the design / engineering, manufacture and fabrication of offshore substructures.  

 

Responsible for preparing, elaborating and providing all the specifications and technical documentation and contribute in all technical negotiations.  

 Management of Technical documentation, and coordination of inputs with other packages of the project as well with possible 3rd parties as lenders technical advisors. 

Support the discharge of planning consents associated with the project’s offshore substructures.  

Preparation and development of technical specifications for the works.  

 Planning and implementation of adequate auditing of the works of the EPCI contractor to ensure compliance with legislative and contractual requirements.  

 Maintain an effective and systematic planning and control of project offshore works (in what concerns cost, deadline, quality and safety); Ensuring control of the budget, deadline and quality aspect, as well as assessment of contractors/subcontractors involved in the project; Produce monthly project reports outlining progress, budget and safety statistics; Produce other reports as necessary during the course of the project; 

REQUIREMENTS:  

REQUIRED ACADEMIC SKILLS:  Degree in relevant Engineering discipline (M.Sc.). Mechanical Engineer preferred 

 

REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Between 3 and 5 years’ experience in offshore and structural related positions.  

 

   

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE:  

Knowledge of health and safety legislation (including the CDM regulations) and best practice is essential.  

 

Knowledge of fabrication codes and standards (e.g. DNV, EEMUA) and substructures standards (e.g. DNV-OS- J201) is desirable.  

 

Demonstrable knowledge is required in relevant areas including: general offshore engineering / construction planning / consenting and planning considerations. 

 

OTHER:  

Skills/Competencies: Responsible, organized, analytical, problem solving and critical thinking. 

Languages: Fluency in Polish and English. 

Other specifications: Location in Warsaw or Gdynia, but travelling to supplier’s facilities and offices, local construction ports and constructions sites may be required.  

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