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Graduate Renewables Engineer - Wind Energy

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DNV

2d ago

💼 Graduate Job

Bristol

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  • You need a 2:2 degree in Mechanical/Offshore/Wind Energy Engineering, passion for renewables, Python coding skills, and excellent communication and teamwork abilities. Be self-motivated, curious, and committed to professional development.
  • You will learn to model wind turbine systems, support code development, deliver consultancy work, collaborate with colleagues, engage with customers, and contribute to business development activities in the renewables industry.

Graduate Job

EngineeringBristol

Description

  • As a Graduate, ideally with either a Mechanical/Offshore Engineering discipline (or any closely related STEM degree), you’ll split your time between our Turbine Engineering and Wind Projects sections and will be joining a team of big thinkers who love investigating and finding innovative solutions to our industry’s most challenging problems.
  • You’ll be given real responsibility from day one, collaborating with forward-thinking customers and technical experts across our business, helping deliver career and industry-defining projects. You will be given the time to build your network, the resources to support your development, and the freedom to satisfy your curiosity and desire to learn.

Requirements

  • As a Graduate, other than your relevant degree, we don’t expect any prior experience of Offshore engineering when you join us; However, we do want you to share our passion for renewable energy and an interest in wind turbine system design, demonstrating your desire to develop yourself within this exciting area.
  • We try to keep our list of essential requirements to a minimum, but there are a few things needed to qualify for this role:
  • Minimum 2:2 Degree in Mechanical/Offshore Engineering, Wind Energy Engineering, or similar closely related STEM discipline
  • Some understanding of Renewables, ideally Wind Energy, would be beneficial
  • Excellent numerical, analytical and problem-solving skills along with ability to produce clear and concise technical reports for our customers
  • Some experience of software coding (ideally Python)
  • Excellent interpersonal and team working skills, confident in building professional relationships and demonstrating first class written, verbal communication and presentation skills
  • Self-motivated with the ability to plan and prioritise own time and activities, to meet deadlines and achieve project objectives
  • Passion for developing your skills both professionally and personally, including the commitment to complete the appropriate professional registration in your field (Chartership)
  • If you possess the curiosity and initiative to become an expert in your chosen field and potentially one of our future leaders, then this role could be for you.

Education requirements

2:2 or higher
Bachelors

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Working in our Turbine Engineering and Wind Projects sections, you will:
  • Learn to perform high level numerical modelling of onshore, offshore fixed and floating wind turbine systems and farms. You’ll find out how design choices can impact costs and how these can be quantified (“value engineering”)
  • Support code development activities relating to value engineering software developed at DNV (Renewables Architect)
  • Deliver value engineering consultancy work such as foundation sizing, technology evaluation, comparative value analysis between wind farms and early-stage project optioneering
  • Support other technology and project development activities as required by the teams
  • Work closely with senior colleagues to deliver projects on-time and on-budget to the customer’s satisfaction. This will include regular communication with our customers as well as internal stakeholders
  • Contribute to business development activities by, for example, talking to potential customers and supporting preparation of commercial proposals
  • Have the opportunity to work with other discipline teams across DNV to see how we are working together to solve some of the energy industry’s biggest problems.
  • You’ll be stretched but always supported, so don’t worry if Wind Turbine Technology or some of the terminology is unfamiliar to you, we’ll teach you all you need to know. Upon joining, you’ll receive a buddy to help you settle in, a mentor to enhance your technical knowledge, as well as ongoing on-the-job coaching and support from your colleagues.
  • Our structured Graduate Programme therefore, provides a fantastic start to your career with us, enhancing both your technical and professional skills and supporting your journey towards chartership and becoming an expert in your field.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

hybrid

Location

Bristol