The Lead Value Engineer is a key role within the Engineering Department of the Global Offshore Business, focusing on maximizing the value of large-scale offshore wind projects. The individual will be working as part of a global business with activities across Europe and USA.
Through implementation of the internal procedures the value engineer serves as both a challenger and as a partner to the project. In order to be able to add value to the project, the value engineer must first understand the project technical aspects, assumptions and costs, and then analyze the information available using different methods, as well as benchmarking with other internal project data. Finally, the value engineer provides feedback in order to optimize and drive the performance of the project.
The role requires the individual to work together with multi-disciplinary teams and manage elements of work with responsibility for project strategy, control and delivery ensuring value to the project and the company is maximized
Additionally, using the experience gained through the project delivery, ensure that appropriate lessons learned regarding offshore wind farm development and construction are captured and shared across the different Offshore Projects.
Value Engineering manages highly confidential information very sensible for the projects and the business, so it is key to be extremely careful and organize with the information uses.
To own and prepare the Blue Sheet (document summarizing all the proj ect inputs required for the project business case) of the projects, coordinating, challenging and assessing the inputs from the project team for the CAPEX, OPEX, AEP and Payment Schedule.
To perform Cost/ Benefit studies to support internal decisions of the project regarding engineering, contracts, inter-phases and fabrication that may impact into the project value or profitability, taking ownership of the studies provided and being able to explain what reasoning is behind the figures.
Follow up and perform business case updates after FID. This should be linked and coordinated with the project budget control for updating the project CAPEX and Payment Schedules.
Interface with Offshore Bu siness Performance and the Investment office for issues regarding the Blue Sheet of the project (CAPEX, OPEX, AEP, Payments Schedule).
S upport the Risk Manager where possible through business cases evaluation according to the CAPEX impact and loss of reve nues made for each risk.
Support the gathering of risk and opportunities in the project, as well as helping to manage issue escalations where necessary.
Support the project manager in delivering the project with the best value possible.
Ensure the Value Engineering team best practices and processes are implemented and applied in the different project phases
Bachelor's degree in an appropriate discipline such as but not limited to mechanical/ civil/electrical engineering or the equivalent combination of education and experience .
5 years relevant working experience in similar roles
Strong command of English, both verbally and written.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint); E xpert user of Microsoft Excel
Demonstrated understanding of financial, commercial and business principles.
Strong self-performance management and delivery focus with the ability to balance conflicting requirements on quality, costs and time.
S trong technical and analytical skills with the ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines.
St rong team player, innovative and creative thinker.
Demonstrated influencing skills, as well as excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to be proactive and take responsibility for matters, while responding to competing business demands.
Tenacity, persistence and determination to succeed in overcoming obstacles.
High capacity for change and experience of leading others through change.
Strong ability to manage own p erformance, with a significant focus on delivery and an ability to balance a varied and challenging workload, whilst producing high quality results in demanding timeframes.
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