Minesto Seeks to Expand Its Team

Marine energy developer, Minesto, is seeking to strengthen the operational team based in Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey with several recruitments.

The company opened vacancies for the positions of consents manager, electrical power systems engineer, project manager and technician.

We offer an inspiring engineering challenge and an opportunity to take part in the entire product development cycle,” Minesto said.

Minesto, the developer of a subsea kite technology called Deep Green, is looking for a electrical power systems engineer who will have the overall responsibility to support the design, installation and operation of the electrical system of the power turbine, infrastructure, devices and subsystems including various interfaces and the subsea cabling and connections.

This position is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Welsh Government.

The company is also looking for a consents manager to take on the responsibility for the consenting aspects of Minesto’s tidal energy projects.

The successful candidate will be responsible for a range of activities including gaining necessary planning consents, discharging conditions ready for projects to be built and ensuring consent and environmental compliance during construction, including consent compliance during the operational phase of a project.

Furthermore, Minesto opened the positions for a project manager and a technician.

The role of the project manager includes the responsibility to project manage the DG500. The responsibilities will include all project aspects including planning, budget, reporting, procurement, resource allocation, execution, testing, delivery and documentation.

The role will also include some representation at public stakeholder events and business trips to key suppliers.

The technician will have an overall responsibility to support the mechanical and electrical engineering departments in all maintenance, installation and operation of the DG500 tidal turbine including fastening devices and subsystems.

The deadline to apply for the positions in April 30, 2019.

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