Project Manager – Offshore Wind (WindFloat)

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Offshore, Operations and Maintenance Japan Posted on 01 Apr 2021

Main Accountabilities 
• Oversee the management of floating offshore wind project concept studies or R&D projects 
• Plan, schedule, organize resources according to Project‘s requirements and budget. Interface with customers (developers, utilities, EPC companies) managing expectations in order to foster a sustainable relationship. 
• Interface with other third parties namely, authorities, certification body and other key-stakeholders 
• Delivery of contractually agreed scope in time, budget, and to the satisfaction of the customer. 
• Preparing the basis for future project acquisition by identifying project requirement and providing the best solutions 
• Build internal interfaces with all Areas of the Company and with special focus in Engineering, Operations, and Commercial area, leveraging collaboration, build winning proposals, and negotiate commercial contracts. 
• Support new business by providing experience to the Business Development team 
• Supporting an open exchange between sales, studies, and execution projects to improve product and service of Principle Power Required 

Required Professional Experience: 
• Master’s degree in Construction, Offshore or Marine (Naval Architecture) Engineering or related field
• 5+ years’ experience in offshore engineering projects and/or fabrication of offshore structures (floating system engineering or project management experience a plus) Required Knowledge: 
• In-depth knowledge of renewable energy/power, technology, and offshore renewables Industry 
• Project Management experience. PMO certification a plus 
• Excellent communication skills (both written and oral) in English and Japanese; Fluency in other languages (Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese) is an advantage 

Salary: ¥12,000,000 – ¥17,000,000 per annum

The work will be focused on performing project management activities on concept studies acquired by Business Development for future WindFloat projects in new markets in the Asia Pacific region.

This type of project management requires the individual to have a detailed engineering knowledge in the field of offshore energy projects. The PM will need to understand the complex engineering work scopes of the project engineering teams while also interfacing with clients and contractors with heavy engineering backgrounds.