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Job Description

The job of an Offshore Project Engineer can encompass a multitude of tasks and a wide range of skills. For example, a project engineer will provide engineering skills to projects, tendering activities, engineering studies, vessels and equipment and/or offshore engineering processes.

The offshore project engineer will also assess compliance with and delivery against project plans, relevant engineering standards and contractual obligations. The project engineer will usually work as part of a team and may also be required to provide information and engineering guidance to other functions within a business.

Although regularly working offshore, the work may also be carried out onshore and onsite, therefore there is typically a requirement for good flexibility.

What are Offshore Project Engineer jobs?

Typical projects include offshore wind infrastructure (planning, analysis, and development), subsea cable routing and landfall assessment/design, application of GIS, cable installation/constructability assessments, hazard and constraints assessment, coordination with environmental, civil, transmission, and trenchless technology teams.

Additional work may include supporting navigation and port infrastructure assessments to support offshore wind, metocean data compilation and analysis, and state/federal permitting support.

Offshore Project Engineer jobs qualifications and skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil and/or Environmental Engineering (Coastal, Hydraulics, and/or Ocean Engineering or similar focus)
  • Effective problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrated technical, analytical, writing, and presentation skills
  • Familiarity with industry standard analysis and design software
  • Experienced in using engineering software (e.g. GIS, MATLAB, Python and/or AutoCAD).
  • Demonstrated teamwork and leadership skills
  • Post-graduate degree in Coastal, Ocean, or Hydraulic engineering
  • Organised and a self-starter in a work setting
  • Demonstrated experience in offshore wind, transmission, marine energy sectors
  • Offshore geotechnical hazards assessments

Who can be an Offshore Project Engineer?

Offshore Client Reps are typically highly experienced individuals and often Master Mariners, however that does not preclude others training or re-training to enter the profession. The following are typical backgrounds for budding OCR personnel:

  • A professional with several years of practical experience in the industry, who wants to use their background and technical or theoretical knowledge
  • Technical graduates who want to start an offshore career
  • Experienced offshore or maritime professional
    Have already been in similar roles in the oil and gas industry
  • Have a desire to work offshore and all that this entails

Offshore Project Engineer jobs scope of work

As an Offshore Project Engineer you will undertake possibly a multitude of tasks and responsibilities, including but not limited to:


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