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Published
8. June 2021
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Denmark
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Aalborg

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Application deadline: 30 June 2021 - Denmark - Location: Aalborg/Aarhus/Lyngby/Vejle - EnergyAre you passionate about the green transition and making renewable energy solutions happen? Do you want to participate in cutting-edge offshore wind projects in a global team and make your mark in building a foundation for a sustainable future? Here is your chance to convert aspirations into actions!COWIs Wind Energy business is growing, and we are looking for new colleagues to meet the growing demand for our services.We are looking for a dedicated senior geotechnical engineer to design our offshore wind foundation projects - from conceptual design to detailed design. You will play a crucial role in managing great projects and great people, ensuring operational and technical excellence, and making our customers’ needs come true.JOIN OUR OFFSHORE WIND TEAMThe Wind Energy and Renewables organization consist of 125 dedicated colleagues working from Denmark, Germany, Norway and Taiwan, while collaborating closely with energy and marine colleagues in the United Kingdom and North America. You will join a dynamic team that delivers both onshore and offshore wind energy solutions and offers full lifecycle services to our customers. We have a track record in making wind energy solutions possible even under the most demanding conditions – deep waters, on challenging soil, and in regions with high seismic activity. When offshore, we design both floating and bottom fixes structures. Since 1980, we have been involved in more than 1,000 wind power projects in 70 countries.Our offshore wind organisation consists of dedicated specialists and project managers, covering all main design services. We are part of COWI's major business line - International and work in a highly international environment with projects all over the world from offices in Denmark, Germany, Norway, UK, North America, Middle East, and South East Asia.DESIGN THE FUTURE WITH A GLOBAL TEAM OF EXPERTSYou will be part of the Geoscience team working across offices with the rest of the offshore wind team, driving innovation and making a difference in offshore wind design. Together with the rest of the geoscience team, you will strengthen your site characterization and geotechnical design skills. You will be part of the internal drive in challenging status quo design, a prerequisite to a transformative restructuring that is in line with the market need. Your skills will influence the end result and thus benefit the client. COWI's Geoscience team paves the way for some of the best practice approaches adopted across the department, and you will be working together with the rest of the team to achieve this. The team consists of engineers located in different offices who bring skills, passion and enjoy team working.On a day-to-day basis, you will:As a Design lead, provide leadership and expertise to the project team and manage the internal competence development.Work as a geotechnical project engineer accountable for all activities associated with offshore investigations, from planning to backoffice support as well as liaisons with different stakeholders.Work as a geotechnical site assessment project engineer for a project from an early development phase through to construction and responsible for approval of designs, assessments and calculations in accordance with quality procedures and coordination of work.Provide technical support and assurance to the assigned project, ensuring application of state of art designBe passionate and drivenCOWI is a leader within our field, because our employees are leaders within theirs. We invite you to learn from the best and expand your potential in an outstanding environment, where we collaborate on shaping tomorrow's societies. Alongside your manager, you outline the path for your development and build your expertise on a day-to-day basis, working on global and local assignments.YOUR SKILLS. OUR TEAM. TOGETHER, WE DESIGN THE FUTUREYour skills are the key to our success. Working across borders and disciplines, we share knowledge and build strong relationships with colleagues and customers. You contribute your expertise and get to learn from the best.To succeed in this position, we believe that you should have good interpersonal skills with the ability to build effective working relationships with people at all levels across the project organisation and externally. You are structured, result oriented and are proactive in taking your own decisions.Furthermore, you have:A Bachelors in Civil Engineering and preferably a Masters in Geotechnical EngineeringExperience related to offshore wind or transferrable/similar underground structures and working experience in a design environment would be an added advantage.Knowledge or experience in Matlab and/or Plaxis 3D and you have used Plaxis 2D and ideally 3D modelling (or similar geotechnical modelling software)DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?Please call Shahrooz Shoghi Rezvani, Head of Section (Wind Energy & Renewables) at +45 56403403 or Kerim Martinez, Vice President (Wind Energy & Renewables) at +45 56401349HOW TO APPLYClick on the link below and tell us why you are the right person for this role. We look forward to receiving your application as soon as possible since the recruitment process is ongoing. The application deadline is stated at the top of the page.EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERCOWI provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, COWI complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

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