Engineering Graduate driven to strengthen site assessment


Udlandet (øvrige)

Do you want to boost your transition from being a talented student to becoming a high-performing engineer within Europe's fastest growing energy company?

Accelerate your career as an Engineering Graduate in the Site Investigation Management department, learn from experts within your field and face a steep learning curve from day one.

We offer you an intense two-year development journey with a mentor to guide you on your way. You'll get international project knowledge, tools to drive innovation, insight into the renewables industry and a strong cross-functional network. You'll be in charge of your own tasks and projects, and you'll get to apply your knowledge and expertise to influence decisions.

In your first rotation, you'll be part of the Site Investigation Project Management department which is responsible for completing site assessments primarily during the development phases of projects. We manage contracting, acquisition, processing, analysis and evaluation of a wide range of site data to provide high-quality evidence and input to inform design and installation of off- and onshore assets associated with our wind farms.

Your key tasks will be to

  • handle tenders for pre-construction surveys and client representatives, including survey strategy and ITT preparations, ITT programme management, tender evaluations, clarification meetings and contract award recommendation preparation in accordance with the tendering process
  • proactively assist the Site Investigation Package Manager in managing survey contractor to remain on or ahead of survey programme
  • closely liaison with the project stakeholders and interfaces in the planning, delivery and monitoring of the survey works
  • support the project or team that you're working within, including, but not limited to, deputising the Site Investigation Package Manager in project meetings and reporting to project stakeholders, where necessary
  • handle ad hoc tasks as deemed required by the Site Investigation Package Manager and department manager.

Your competences include that you

  • graduate before 1 September 2018 with a master's degree in an engineering, construction or science subject and have delivered excellent results
  • have a proactive and systematic approach to your work tasks and some experience of organising and managing projects
  • are willing to learn and experience management and delivery of complex site investigations by multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams
  • are a result-oriented self-starter, able to handle several tasks simultaneously and thrive in a changeable environment
  • speak and write English fluently, enabling you to communicate efficiently.

In short: If you have high learning agility, strong analytical skills and a collaborative mindset with an eagerness to explore and pursue new possibilities in an international environment, please apply.

We're ready to back your talent
We're driven by a vision to create a world that runs entirely on green energy. And we're no less ambitious when it comes to developing our graduates.

The Ørsted Graduate Programme is specifically designed to develop our leaders and specialists of tomorrow, and you'll be part of an innovative environment where you'll collaborate with leading experts and experience extensive opportunities for constant personal and professional development.

Think big. Be bold. And apply now.
Send us your application as soon as possible and no later than 14 January 2018. We’ll conduct first round of interviews start February 2018. If you make it through the first screening, make sure to reserve 27 February 2018 for our Ørsted Graduate Assessment Day.

If you'd like to know more about the position, please contact Søren Egede Johannesen, Head of Site Investigation Project Management, by telephone on +45 99 55 94 35.

Please note that for your application to be taken into consideration, you must submit your application, CV and latest grade transcripts via our online career pages.

Additional information
In your first rotation, you'll be placed in London. However, you should expect travelling in the UK and Denmark in relation to your work. Your second rotation will be in one of our other business areas in Wind Power. Further, we strive to ensure that all graduates get to work abroad for a longer or shorter period during one of their rotations.

About Ørsted
Headquartered in Denmark, Ørsted's 5,600 employees develop, construct and operate offshore wind farms, bioenergy plants and innovative waste-to-energy solutions and provide smart energy products to its customers.

We're Europe's fastest growing energy company and a global leader within offshore wind. Our heritage is Scandinavian, our outlook international. More than two thirds of our revenue come from markets outside of Denmark, and we're expanding worldwide. For more information on Ørsted, visit

All UK-based positions will be subject to satisfactory pre-employment screening, further details will be given at offer stage.

Ansøgningsfrist d. 14.01.2018

Udlandet (øvrige)
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Opslag oprettet d. 04.12.2017, sidst opdateret d. 14.12.2017

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