Wind

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We need to find ever smarter ways of building and operating projects to achieve our growth ambitions for wind which are central to achieve fossil-free living in a generation.

From developing new foundation methods to using AI to better predict turbine failures, your knowledge and expertise can ensure we are at the leading edge of the industry.

How is it connected to our expertises?

Engineering & Science

Working on the frontier

The need to continually reduce costs to stay competitive means your engineering superpowers will help us take a next-generation approach to developing new projects and getting the most from existing ones.

Exploring better ways

Designing and building the best means you’ll be constantly challenging yourself to find better ways to do things. As our search for the best sites for offshore wind projects takes us into increasingly remote locations, your electrical engineering know-how as a Cable Project Engineer will help fund clever ways to minimise the cost of sea cabling. Co-location of renewable projects with battery storage is an exciting new area for us as part of the shift to a smarter energy system and as an Electrical Engineer you’ll work out how best to design shared grid connections to maximise the benefits.

Operation & Maintenance

Smarter and safer

Much of the industry’s focus recently has been on advances in building new projects, but optimising existing ones is just as vital. Your technical skills and the latest technology will help us find better and safer ways to operate our fleet.

Always learning

As well as being responsible for routine maintenance, as a Wind Turbine Service Engineer you’ll play an important role in identifying where safety and operational procedures can be improved and contributing to the analysis of failures. As a Platform Asset Manager, you’ll optimise the lifetime profitability of our offshore portfolio by ensuring supply chain and technical improvements are integrated into operations. Safety is our first priority and as part of H&S Specialists Team you’ll be helping maintain the highest industry standards as well as inspiring colleagues to be safety champions.

How is it connected to our expertises?

Working on the frontier

The need to continually reduce costs to stay competitive means your engineering superpowers will help us take a next-generation approach to developing new projects and getting the most from existing ones.

Exploring better ways

Designing and building the best means you’ll be constantly challenging yourself to find better ways to do things. As our search for the best sites for offshore wind projects takes us into increasingly remote locations, your electrical engineering know-how as a Cable Project Engineer will help fund clever ways to minimise the cost of sea cabling. Co-location of renewable projects with battery storage is an exciting new area for us as part of the shift to a smarter energy system and as an Electrical Engineer you’ll work out how best to design shared grid connections to maximise the benefits.

Smarter and safer

Much of the industry’s focus recently has been on advances in building new projects, but optimising existing ones is just as vital. Your technical skills and the latest technology will help us find better and safer ways to operate our fleet.

Always learning

As well as being responsible for routine maintenance, as a Wind Turbine Service Engineer you’ll play an important role in identifying where safety and operational procedures can be improved and contributing to the analysis of failures. As a Platform Asset Manager, you’ll optimise the lifetime profitability of our offshore portfolio by ensuring supply chain and technical improvements are integrated into operations. Safety is our first priority and as part of H&S Specialists Team you’ll be helping maintain the highest industry standards as well as inspiring colleagues to be safety champions.

You’ll be working on projects at the leading edge of developments in on and offshore wind.

What we offer

  • Challenging roles to make the most of your technical and engineering expertise
  • Strong team ethic and highly supportive colleagues
  • Opportunity to work in international, interdisciplinary teams involved in some of the industry’s most high-profile projects
  • Attractive employment conditions
  • Opportunities for personal and professional development
Work with us
  • Project: Hollandse Kust Zuid 1&2
  • Team: Offshore Wind
  • Wind

World’s first subsidy-free offshore wind farm leads industry

The Dutch offshore wind project Hollandse Kust Zuid (HKZ) 1&2 – due to be in operation by 2023 - will be the first offshore windfarm to be built without public support.