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Offshore Opportunities

Are you ready to join the Utility of the Future?

Our global offshore pipeline is growing rapidly, bringing us closer to our ambition of being the “Utility of the Future” - at the forefront of the renewables industry through pioneering ideas, forward thinking and outstanding innovation.

We’re seeking new talent to bring passion and knowledge to teams already committed to building a better future, quicker.

Map showing furutre ScottishPower offshore windfarm projects: Vineyard Wind and Kitty Hawk in the USA; West of Duddon Sands and East Anglia in the UK, St. Brieuc in France; and Wikinger and Windanker in Germany."

Our goal is to help deliver future energy needs in cleaner, renewable, more affordable and more secure ways. Our people are encouraged to be proud of where they work, to share their ideas and feel challenged to learn and grow.

Innovation and thinking differently are a key part of what we do. If you share our passion and can collaborate as part of a team to deliver results every day, we want to hear from you.

Within offshore renewables, in the UK, we currently have a wide range of opportunities available across a number of disciplines at various levels of experience. Previous experience in the offshore/marine sector is desirable and roles are based across London or Glasgow.

Opportunities Available


Engineers will responsible for defining and implementing robust and cost effective engineering strategies and plans, tendering, negotiating and managing £multi-million offshore supply, installation and maintenance contracts, planning and implementing delivery sites and logistics, leading delivery phase including management of multiple offshore contractors and associated interfaces, defining company and business engineering standards and technical acceptance criteria, and ensuring quality, best practices and excellent H&SE performance are applied.

Roles include: Civils Management, Design, Value Engineering, Mechanical and Structural engineering, Metocean.

Contract Managers

Contracts Managers are responsible for leading a contracting area within a specific project for the offshore wind farm projects, establishing a team of experts to define contracting strategies and plans, tendering, negotiating and managing multimillion offshore delivery contracts.


Construction Managers are responsible for the development, control, delivery and installation of offshore windfarm projects.  Responsible for project strategy, development, control and delivery in line with offshore standards, specification, budget, timescales and Health & Safety requirements.

Roles include: Turbine Commissioning, Installation and Logistics.

Health and Safety Managers

Health and Safety Managers are responsible for managing the Health and Safety of all personnel working on sites, including the management of contractor HSE performance. Safeguarding the environment and ensuring compliance with consent requirements. Defining and ensuring compliance with the site HSE requirements, statutory legislation, company policy and industry best practice.

Quality Managers

Quality Managers are responsible for ensuring the Quality Control and Quality Assurance of Contractors, by auditing, reviewing and approving Quality and Inspection Test Plans.

Resource Managers

Resource Managers are responsible for supporting the implementation of robust and cost effective resourcing strategies and plans, tendering, negotiating and managing £multi-million offshore resource contracts, and ensuring quality, best practices and excellent H&SE performance are applied. The Resource Manager will be managing activities and decisions across the offshore project portfolio.

Operations and Maintenance

Responsible for the overall site operations and maintenance strategy, ensuring that this is achieved safely, efficiently and in compliance with relevant statutory/legislative requirements and Company policies/procedures during Pre and Operational phases.

Roles include: Engineers, Commercial Managers, Senior Authorised Persons.

In addition we have Operations and Maintenance roles located specifically in Lowestoft for our East Anglia projects.

Roles include: Senior Authorised Persons, Plant Technicians, Site Control Room, Stores Controller, Administrators.

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Start dates will be during 2019.

For our UK based opportunities please submit your CV, along with your salary/benefits expectations and which role(s) you are interested in.

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Opportunities in France, Germany and the USA

If you are interested in working in France or Germany then please apply with your CV to

For the USA, please follow the link to the Avangrid Careers page

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