GE Renewable Energy
Renewable Energy OffShore Wind
The Rotor Structural Engineer is responsible for design requirements definition, design documentation and design validation of Haliade-X Rotor Structural components.
He / She will work in the Engineering Rotor Team, focusing in structural components design while in cross-functional collaboration with other Haliade-X Engineering teams.
• Design requirements definition
Collect and document rotor structural components design requirements in accordance with system level wind turbine product requirements to reach functionality, timing, cost and reliability targets across Haliade-X platform development roadmap
Transversally align, agree and specify interfaces with the surrounding components and systems owners focusing in optimum wind turbine system level performance
• Design development
Specify, design, calculate and validate rotor structural components to meet the defined design requirements
The Rotor Structural Engineer is responsible to issue all the requested documentation to support the design by passing the design reviews and applying the design guidelines. He / She is accountable of all related documentation required by other functions and suppliers to produce and integrate the components in the turbine. This includes supplier specifications, assembly drawings, design drawings, packaging instructions, transport instructions, preservation instructions, installation instructions, commissioning instructions, controls interface instructions and all related additional documentation in alignment with the defined design guidelines.
• Component Validation
The Rotor Structural Engineer develops the Test & Validation strategy for structural components in alignment with the corresponding design guidelines and related design teams
• Component evolution design ownership
The Rotor Structural Engineer is responsible of component design evolution and will be responsible of:
o Engineering design changes management
o Design non-conformities resolution
o Participate in the technological watch, actively promoting both the protection and the development of GE’s intellectual property
• Engineering degree with a master in structural or mechanical design, from an accredited university
• Solid knowledge of structural design against ultimate and fatigue stress on steel and casting components as well as bolted connections.
• Experience with mechanical CAD design tools (NX, Catia or similar)
• Consolidated experience with FEM design and calculation tools (Ansys, Abacus or similar)
• Experience with fatigue design and calculation tools (nCode or similar)
• Significant experience in structural components development including participation in creation of specifications, design, calculation and validation
• Proven ability to coordinate transversal teams and suppliers during development and industrialization projects
• Used to work according to international codes and standards for structural components and applications (ISO, CE, Eurocode 3…)
• Fluent in English (spoken and written)
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
• Availability to travel sporadically
• Positive mindset
If contracted in Spain:
Non-national candidates are responsible to know the minimum documentation requirements to be able to be contracted in country: NIE- Social Security Affiliation Number in Spain (NAF) and Bank Account in Spain. They must be in possession of them at the time of start hiring. GE will not sponsor this requirement.
• Experience in structural components design in wind industry
• Experience in topological optimization FEM design tools
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