Role Title: Analysis Engineer

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Company:

Tekmar Energy ltd

Location:

Contractually based at Newton Aycliffe (+Hybrid)

The Role

Tekmar Energy are pioneers in the Offshore Wind Industry and have a reputation for delivering technical solutions to a wide range of subsea asset protection applications.  Working for Tekmar Energy, the Analysis Engineer will be join our team to play an important role in the delivery of dynamic analysis and finite-element analysis services for the Offshore Wind and Oil & Gas Sectors.

Working as part of the Engineering Team, the Analysis Engineer will be involved in identifying customer analysis requirements, developing solutions to engineering problems as well as leading and monitoring analysis on live projects and contributing towards the ongoing continuous improvement of analysis techniques.  Professional experience, combined with knowledge of packages such as OrcaFlex, Ansys or Abaqus will be used to perform and develop analysis techniques as well as being shared and used to mentor and develop Junior/Graduate Analysis Engineers.

Key Responsibilities

Duties will include, but not be limited to the following:

Objectives:

  • Work as part of the engineering team to identify customer analysis requirements and develop solutions to engineering problems.
  • Lead and monitor analysis on live projects to ensure key deliverables met on time.
  • Contribute towards the ongoing continuous improvement of analysis techniques.
  • Reviewing client proposals – recognising client requirements and identifying the most appropriate analysis to meet their needs.
  • Preparing and reviewing analysis input data – liaising with clients, internal engineering team including the analysis team to ensure the most appropriate data is available and utilised.
  • Building and developing analysis models and methodologies.
  • Reviewing and checking OrcaFlex analysis models built by engineering team.
  • Running simulations and interpreting results.
  • Writing and reviewing reports.
  • Supporting product development and R&D activity
  • Liaison with Test Functions and supporting Engineering team to develop test plans and reports

Knowledge and Experience

  • Experience using design FEA analysis tools such as ANSYS, Abacus
  • Experience of using Orcaflex
  • Experience of a range of analysis methods
  • Experience of 3D CAD for design
  • Experience of ideally Subsea engineering within Offshore wind farms, or suitable related industry such as marine, oil and Gas etc.
  • Experience of Subsea umbilicals, riser, flowlines (SURF) and or power cables
  • Experience working in a modern manufacturing environment with understanding of production processes and relation to the products being designed and analysed
  • Knowledge of lean principles applied in both a manufacturing and design engineering function to support ongoing development of the analysis function and wider organisation.
  • Experience testing and correlation of result to computational analysis

Please see the full job description for desirable/mandatory.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Leadership and decision making – takes accountability; self-starter using initiative, decisive and convincing; motivates, empowers, and provides clear direction.
  • Interpersonal skills – effectively communicates and interacts at all levels, including customer based – understanding customer needs and able to communicate with the organisation.
  • Supporting and co-operating – works well with people; collaborator, builds trust; upholds and promotes Tekmar’s values and principles.
  • Interacting and presenting – builds relationships with key stakeholders (internally and externally); ability to influence, persuade and negotiate; confident presenter and strong communicator.
  • Organising and executing – planning and organising through monitoring of clear objectives; customer orientated, and results driven; complies with company policies and procedures to ensure the job is done.

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Closing date for applications: 29 February 2024