Company: Core Group
Skills: Electrical Engineering, Marine Engineering
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Salem, Massachusetts, United States

In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.

Located in region: North America


Core Group Resources (www.coregroupresources.com) is the Americas leading Oil & Gas recruitment company. Founded by a service academy graduate who has offshore experience, Core Group Resources expertise is unmatched in the marine offshore market for executive search, staffing, and expertise identification. For more information contact us 281 347 4700. We are currently in the market for the following:

 

Job Title

Sr. Electrical Submarine Cable Engineer

Location

Salem, MA

 

 

Job Summary:

This role is going to be responsible for implementing new engineering specifications, plans, and standards

 

Duties:

  • Ensure cost effective solutions are identified and the risk of the profile is understood.
  • Provide advice on risk levels and engineering strategies
  • Enhance asset value and reduce design risk by managing the certification process with independent verification bodies
  • Make sure all health and safety requirements are in adhered in the design
  • Ensure all assets of the offshore plan are installed to the quality and engineering standards
  • Ensure everyone is following offshore standards, best practices and procedures
  • Fully document all advice and recommendations in order to support business decisions

 

Qualifications:

  • Must have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering
  • Master's degree is preferred
  • Offshore wind experience preferred
  • Have knowledge of large electrical systems and insulated cable facilities
  • Understand HV cables thermal performance
  • Be eligible for Chartered Engineer qualification status
  • Experience working in the offshore industry and designing in the offshore wind and/or marine sector