Offshore Wind Project Engineer

Location Tokyo
Salary ¥8000000 - ¥12000000 per annum
Job type Permanent
Sector Offshore Wind
Reference BBBH24968_1709784974

A leading foreign developer in offshore wind is currently looking for a talented project engineer to join their development team in Tokyo. Previous experience of wind energy is reffered but not required.

Role and Responsibilties:

  • Facilitate project engineering activities for informed and competitive design decisions, coordinating project-level design, energy production estimates, project consent, and innovation integration.
  • Manage multidisciplinary activities with a focus on safety, clear communication, and alignment.
  • Support continuous improvement in safety, project economics, and innovation within workstreams.
  • Maintain thorough documentation of workstreams and design decisions.
  • Conduct design optimization activities, including best practice development, cost modeling, and technical reviews.
  • Act as a bridge to energy production and loss disciplines, ensuring alignment throughout the project.
  • Coordinate innovation workstreams, feasibility assessments, and business case inputs for optimal project value.


  • Engineering degree with 3+ years of industry experience, preferably in Offshore Wind, Onshore Wind, or large infrastructure projects.
  • Licensed Professional Engineer or relevant experience supporting design and owners engineering teams.
  • Strong understanding of the comprehensive offshore wind market.
  • Experience in engineering system design, optimization, and cost and schedule modeling.
  • Familiarity with industry codes and standards applicable to offshore wind projects.
  • Readiness to travel domestically and internationally.
  • Business-level proficiency in Japanese and English

ersg are an equal opportunities employer; we are committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all job applicants. We do not discriminate against applicants on the basis of age, sex, race, disability, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or religious background; all decisions are based on merit.