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02-11-2017

Lead Engineer for Mechanical Systems

Do you have experience with design and specification of Mechanical Systems for handling of solid fuel and waste for large process plants? Would you thrive in an international and dynamic company? Then you could be the new Lead Engineer in our Combustion department which is responsible for fuel and slag handling systems.
 
We are a project-oriented entrepreneurial company, and we manage our projects in an energetic matrix organisation. Our daily work environment is fast-paced with high focus on cross-functional team work. It is therefore important that you thrive under these conditions and are able to maintain both the detailed quality focus and overview of the workflow and interdependencies. 
 
Key person with high focus on quality
The Combustion department is responsible for and engaged in product development, tender projects, spare parts identification, retrofit projects and new projects for design, specification for Purchase, workshop follow up, site assistance and issuing of O&M Manuals for the department products.
 
As Lead Engineer within Combustion we expect that you will be a key person for systems such as fuel feeding, grates and slag systems for Waste to Energy-, Waste Wood- and Bio Mass plants.
 
You will primarily work within the following areas: 
  • Material selection with focus on wear, heat and corrosion issues
  • Diagrams and equipment lists
  • Assisting with relevant documents for our sales team for retrofit and new projects
  • Set up technical tender documents and evaluate offers from suppliers
  • Participate in negotiations with sub-suppliers
  • Inspections/FAT and check of equipment at the suppliers’ production facilities before shipping
  • Site support
 
Experienced engineer with interdisciplinary skills
You are a BSc or MSc within mechanical engineering. Your broad experience from large, complex plants will help you succeed in working efficiently on an independent basis. Your mind-set of an engineer helps you towards optimized solutions and the output of your work and verbal explanations and sketches can easily be understood by others. You have a personal drive and you will find your way around the organization to find whatever relevant information needed for technical and coordination purpose.
 
You are proficient in spoken and written English including technical English. Preferably you speak and write Danish. It’s preferred that you have a driver’s license.
 
We offer
An interesting job with great challenges in a dynamic company. The position requires 5-20 annual travel days.
 
If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact Combustion Department Manager Carsten Bo Petersen cbpe@bwsc.dk or Director, HR & Corporate Administration Claus Berner at clb@bwsc.dk 
 
Please send your application by mail to hrd@bwsc.dk as soon as possible. The format of the sent files should please be either .docx or .pdf.
 

BWSC is an engineering and entrepreneurial company rooted in the former B&W. We are a project-oriented organiation specialised in sales, design, construction, and test & commissioning of turnkey power plants and energy systems, including retrofitting, technical services, utility management and operation & maintenance. Likewise, we act as investors in power plant projects and have ambitious goals for both biomass and diesel power plants. We have 740 dedicated employees, of which 460 work at our headquarters in Allerød, Denmark. Currently, we are constructing power plants in Mauritius, Faroe Islands, United Kingdom and Mali. Furthermore, we service and operate power plants in i.e. United Kingdom, Panama, Kenya, Sri Lanka and several islands in the Caribbean. 
 



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