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CPS Project Engineer

Remote Working
Remote Working
£470 to £540 Per Day
Job Type
1 Sep 2022
A CPS Project Engineer is required by a leading Offshore Wind Farm developer, this is an initial twelve month contract, hybrid working (working from home) with the expectation that you will be able to attend the London Officer when required by project team. In this role you will be responsible for the engineering of cable protection systems. You will be interacting directly with the CP supplier and different stakeholders to manage relevant interfaces. Kay tasks; Managing the design, manufacturing, and testing (quality assurance) of cable protection systems (CPSs) and related interfaces. Ensuring that the CPS supply package is on time, on budget, and, most importantly, in compliance with the technical requirements and highest quality standards. Ensuring that the proposed technical solution is in line with international standards, internal best practices, and contractual requirements. Reviewing designs and supplier technical proposals and ensuring the suitability of technical solutions across all functional areas (installation, foundations, scour protection, cable supply, etc.). Managing interfaces with internal and external stakeholders. Supporting the procurement team in evaluating the technical compliance of various CPS in terms of design, testing, install-ability and the reliability of the CPS to protect the cable system during its lifetime. Oversee and review Ultimate Limit State (ULS) and Fatigue Limit State (FLS) analysis of the cable system.Requirements; A Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering or equivalent. Extensive experience working for a cable protection system supplier, an umbilical supplier, an oil and gas company or a consultancy company. Possess a detailed knowledge of ULS/FLS analysis and ISO standards for polyurethane-based bend stiffeners/restrictors and buoyancy modules. Have in depth knowledge of Orcaflex and fatigue assessments of sub-sea flexibles. Proven background in both technical and commercial aspects related to dynamic cables/umbilicals/pipelines/risers, protection systems and buoyancy modules. Have a proactive and systematic approach to the technical tasks across an international project. Ability to travel to project destinations when required (Norway, Germany, France, Denmark)For further information on the position please submit your CV in the strictest of confidence
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  • Job Reference: 701361579-2
  • Date Posted: 1 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Amida
  • Location: London
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £470 to £540 Per Day
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Job Type: Temporary