• Blade Engineer

    Location DE
    Job ID
    2018-11369
    # of Openings
    1
    Job Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Blade Engineer

    UL, Energy and Power Technologies Division, Bremen, Germany  

    Competitive salary and benefits package

     

    At UL, we know why we come to work. Thousands of us around the world wake up every day with one common purpose - to make the world a safer, more secure, and more sustainable place to live. We clear the way for our customers to introduce the latest products, technological advances, and systems in an increasingly complex world so they can provide peace of mind to the market. 

    Due to our ongoing growth, we are currently seeking an experienced Blade Engineer to join the Energy & Power Technologies division in Bremen, Germany. In this exciting role, the Blade Engineer will independently manage the execution and timely completion of engineering projects related to wind turbines by analysing the design, manufacturing and test process and preparing reports for clients.

    Responsibilities

    • Testing and certification of wind turbines across Europe and internationally.
    • Apply your expertise on the design calculations for approval of rotor blades to complement the evaluation of wind turbines before they enter the market.
    • Inspect customer factories to witness the correct implementation of specific rotor blade designs. Aerodynamic calculations, structural dynamics and analysis of composite structures
    • Communicates project status and results to clients through frequent contact and by preparing reports. Prepare Follow-Up Service Procedures and information pages.
    • Integrates continuous improvement concepts and techniques into all aspects of the job

    Qualifications

    • You are an engineer with a degree from a technical university with a mechanical background (or relevant) and focus composite materials.
    • First experience in wind energy is complemented by basic knowledge in the use of numerical applications (e.g. FEM or analytical analysis).
    • Good knowledge and proven ability on composite materials. Hands-on experience on manufacturing processes involving fibre reinforced plastics is a desirable advantage, but not a requirement.
    • You should have experience in FEA calculations, composite materials, wind energy or similar.
    • Good communication skills, fluent in English (German is a plus)
    • MS Office applications. Experience in commercialized numerical simulation tools is desirable.
    • As a part of an international certification body you should be a well-organized worker, responsible and a team player. Our employees are our most valued asset. Your personal and professional development is important to us, and you can expect challenging work responsibilities, an attractive compensation package and exceptional career opportunities across a highly motivated international team. More important than this are the great working conditions as part of a fantastic team. If you like what you have read, we are looking forward to receiving your application and discussing what you can bring to the UL team!

    What we offer:

     

    Our employees are our most valued asset. Your personal and professional development is important to us, and you can expect challenging work responsibilities, an attractive compensation package and exceptional career opportunities across a highly motivated, international team. More important than this are the great working conditions as part of a fantastic team. If you like what you have read, we are looking forward to receiving your application and discussing what you can bring to the UL team!

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