Tender Engineer - Offshore Substation

Location London
Salary Up to £0.00 per annum
Job type Contract
Discipline Offshore Wind
Reference BBBH11897_1599733597

Tender Engineer

  • Preparation of Employer Requirements for contracting the Offshore Substation Fabrication Contract, including but not limited to;
    • General Project Description
    • Scope of Works
    • Handover Procedure and requirements
    • General Technical Requirements
    • Division of Responsibilities
    • Progress Control and Monitoring Requirements
    • Legal Requirements, norms and guidelines
    • Fabrication and Construction Requirements
    • Offshore Works Requirements
  • Review Bidders Proposal to ensure the compliance of ER's within programme, budget and quality following industry's best practice and observing the maximum respect for Health, Safety and the Environment to ensure regulatory and legal compliance.
  • Prepare and raise Technical Queries assessment, advice and recommendations.
  • Audit Contractor Facilities
  • To support on OSS Design team in structure, systems and marine designs during the Constructability review, including the assistance for the integration with other project packages, especially for Free Issue Equipment.
  • Prepare a Tender Risks and ensure that cost effective Fabrication solutions are identified, fully evaluated and the risk profile is fully understood by the package.
  • Support the Package and Project Manager on meetings with Bidders and engage them to understand their proposal and technical strategies
  • Manage the interfaces identified by Contractor Bids and meetings with package/s, departments and suppliers.
  • Prepare progress reports and minutes of meetings, as required.
  • Provide and update all the required project documentation (drawings, electrical material data sheets, FIE instruction manuals, assembly procedures, work instructions, etc.) to the Bidders in cooperation and with the assistance of the Document controller.
  • Participate in Project meetings as necessary, in any location they may be held.
  • Prepare the Contractor Evaluation Report, one per each bidder (approx 8 bidders) in each round, expected 2 rounds.
  • Participate on overall Contractor assessment with the Project and Package Manager; meetings, documents and design review, etc.
  • Support on Preparation the Execution Plan for the Contract including offshore stage, suppliers, facilities, harbours, consultants, H&SE and quality plans, etc.
  • Ensure appropriate lessons learnt regarding offshore wind farm development and construction are captured and shared across the different Offshore Projects.
  • IBERDROLA is looking for a qualified and widely experienced engineer/s with background in Offshore Windfarms Fabrication and Offshore Construction projects to carry out the scope described.
  • Design scope, as OSS detail design requirements and including system description, are not part of this scope.

The service shall be based London (UK) or Madrid (Spain). Travelling from there to Bidder Offices and/or Facilities as required.

It shall be guaranteed the presence from Monday to Friday, being flexible to be working on weekends if required, depending on the works progress and/or project needs.

The contract overall duration will be 13 months from September 2020 till September 2021. Contractor shall make allowance to travel to Project office in London at least once a month for a week period. Any other Work travelling required from Base office to other location will be reimbursable.