Why you should work for us?
Because within the DNV GL Energy - Renewables Advisory service line, organizational culture, and more specifically how we collective influence the world for future generations matters. Our team aims at facilitating the widespread deployment and operation of renewables to address climate change and positively impact society, achieve our purpose through the success of our customers and strive to be high-performing and innovative, which reflects the equity, respect, and diversity we wish to see in the world. Join us and be a game changer.
Tasks May Include
- Review of design drawings and calculations for Wind and Solar Energy foundations structural support systems, to support project financing
- Evaluation of pre-market design concepts for Wind and Solar Energy structural support systems
- Evaluation and root cause analyses of Wind and Solar Energy system structural failures
- Observation and documentation of Wind and Solar Energy construction
- Master of Science – Civil or Structural Engineering. Ph.D. – Structural Engineering preferred
- Minimum 5 years of experience in structural engineering design required
- 2 years of design of electrical transmission, wind or solar energy structural systems preferred
- P.E. or P.Eng. License in at least one US or Canada jurisdiction preferred or willingness and ability to obtain it within one year.
- Structural Engineer (S.E.) License (NCEES SE Exam compliant) desired
- Proficiency in IBC, ASCE 7, AISC, ACI, NBCC, EuroCode and other common structural design codes
- Proficiency in SAP, STAAD, and other common structural analysis programs.
- Detailed understanding of fatigue in reinforced concrete subject to high cycle demand (Eurocode, CEB FIP MC 2010, DNV OS C502)
- Prior research or design experience with reinforced concrete wind turbine foundations. Understanding of foundation systems for utility scale onshore wind turbines is a plus
- Prior research or design experience with wind-induced dynamic loading of Solar PV structural support systems preferred
- Understanding of common Solar PV foundation systems and geotechnical aspects of design
- Understanding of typical construction methods for Wind and Solar Energy
- Proven HSE mindset and demonstrated behavior-based safety mentality
- Able to work independently and make independent decisions when called for
- Able to work with a geographically diverse team, within North America and internationally
- Maintain a flexible schedule and be able to keep in contact with international offices.
- Willingness and ability to travel up to 25% of the time domestic travel (US and Canada), and must also be able to travel internationally
- Must be able to use common construction personal protective equipment, walk over uneven terrain, climb ladders
- Strong written and verbal English communication skills. Second language preferred
- We conduct pre-employment screening