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Senior SCADA WTG Engineer - Offshore Wind - Renewable Energy

Employer
Hunter Philips
Location
Westminster,London
Closing date
Jul 10, 2024

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Are you an experienced SCADA WTG Engineer with a proven tracker record of delivering complex projects? Have you got aspirations to be a part of the one of the leading renewable energy developers? If so, please read below.
As the SCADA WTG Engineer, you will be collaborating with offshore wind turbine OEMs to design, implement and commission wind turbine SCADA and power control systems. Ensure successful project delivery, quality assurance, as well as the final transfer to operations.
Key Responsibilities:
* Execute SCADA and power control sections in turbine contracts
* Design hardware, software, and interfaces for SCADA and power control systems
* Align with stakeholders to meet SCADA and power control requirements
* Ensure compliance with cyber security policies
* Plan and execute quality assurance activities
* Collect and validate SCADA and power control documentation
* Transfer SCADA and power control deliverables to Operations
Requirements:
* Bachelor's or Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, or any other related field
* 10+ years of SCADA hardware and software design experience for offshore turbines
* Proficiency in communication protocols (OPC UA, OPC A&C, IEC (phone number removed)-104) and APIs (ODBC, RESTful)
* Basic understanding of communication networks, infrastructure and cyber security
* Strong leadership, communication, analytical and problem-solving skills
* Fluent in English (written and spoken)
Contract Logistics:
* Initial 7 month contract with the possibility of a 6 month extension
* Office-based with some international travel required (5 days per month to Germany or Denmark (Project Offices))
* Consultant must bring their own work clothes, PPE and IT equipment (PC/iPhone)
* 40 hours perk week

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