Education Required: Master of Science in applicable field of engineering (i.e., Ocean Engineering, Naval Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil/Structural Engineering, Materials Science)
Position Start: ASAP
About Principle Power
Principle Power is a leading global technology and services provider for the floating offshore wind energy market. The WindFloat®, the company’s globally and proven floating platform technology, enables offshore wind turbines to be sited in any water depth or seabed condition, unlocking offshore wind potential worldwide and allowing projects to harvest the best wind resources. Principle Power acts as a trusted partner to developers, independent power producers, utilities, and EPCs, supporting its customers throughout the entire lifecycle of their projects. With 105 MW of cumulative capacity in operation or under advanced development and a multi-GW commercial pipeline globally, Principle Power is the market leader in floating offshore wind technology.
In the context of our multiple worldwide projects on the next generation of WindFloat® platforms, we want to reinforce our European team, based in Lisbon and Aix-en-Provence, with a Senior Mooring and Cable Engineer.
The Mooring and Cable Group splits its focus between the execution of engineering activities in support of current commercial projects and the execution of R&D studies to optimize the performance and ultimately reduce the cost of the WindFloat technology for future projects while maintaining the reliability of the overall technology.
The Mission of the Mooring and Cable Group is to provide reliable station-keeping solutions to the WindFloat technology deployment around the world, as well as reliable transmission of the renewable energy produced by the assets.
Within this group, the Senior Mooring and Cable Engineer is capable to carry out engineering work with minimum guidance. This position reports to the Mooring and Cable Lead Engineer. However, the engineer in this position can carry the supervision of engineering work as delegated by the Lead.
The preferred candidate will have