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Offshore Consent & Stakeholder Manager (d/f/m)

Location(s): 

Hamburg, HH, DE, 20354

 

RWE Offshore Wind GmbH, Hamburg

To start as soon as possible, Full time, Permanent

 

Functional area: Project Management 

 

Your role

 

You will be a core part of the Development team helping to support our projects through the development and construction stages and will also be expected to take a dynamic and proactive role in supporting the Development Team in strategic environmental matters and consenting consultations. 

The role will also work closely with the projects leads, projects development managers, bid managers, package managers and the others environmental  & consents managers within the group of specific offshore wind projects. The scope of work also encompasses support to adjacent markets including Netherlands, Belgium, Germany. The role is based in Hamburg, however, travel across Germany will be required as part of the role on a regular basis and working from outside the office is possible.

 

Your future plans

 

  • Close cooperation with the authorities involved in consenting and related processes, in particular the  BSH and the BNetzA
  • Lead on consent compliance for offshore rules and standards, collate and maintain the relevant information and liaise with statutory authorities, package managers and contractors.
  • Lead on ensuring consents are discharged and complied with for the development-, construction- and for the initial Operations and Maintenance phase of the project
  • Responsible for securing additional environmental consents and licenses and processing consent or license amendments as necessary for e. g. construction or survey work and Provide expertise into Environmental Monitoring activities during construction and operations.
  • Input into strategic consultations produced by external statutory consultees or research and monitoring projects, where relevant to your specific project or market. This may include environmental impact studies via the relevant associations, e. g. German BWO in order to maintain an up-to-date understanding of the current environmental best practice, consenting framework and strategic opportunities.
  • Develop strong working relationships across the Project to ensure consent and certification requirements are integrated into all relevant contracts and project design and there is continual consent compliance.
  • Responsible for the environmental and certification aspects of the offshore consents programme reporting, risk management, interface-  and budget management.

 

Your profile

 

  • Completed university degree in engineering, environmental studies or comparable
  • Extensive experience with the German high Federal permitting authority BSH and other related higher Federal authorities (e.g. the BNetzA, BAM, BAW, BfN) is desirable
  • Demonstrable competence in environment, certification, consenting or related fields, with specific experience working on offshore wind
  • Several years of working experience in the offshore wind sector
  • Excellent project management skills and experience of managing large projects to tight deadlines
  • Good communication skills (written and verbal) in German and English and ability to communicate complex technical issues to stakeholders and package managers

 

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Any questions? Contact Stephanie Kusemann, RWE Platz 4, 45141 Essen - Mail: stephanie.kusemann@rwe.com

We look forward to receiving your application!

 

We value diversity and therefore welcome all applications, irrespective of gender, disability, nationality, ethnic and social background, religion and beliefs, age or sexual orientation and identity.

Of course, you can find us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Xing, too.

 

Renewables is the future of our business, and Offshore wind a pivotal element of our carbon neutral ambition. With 800+ fixed bottom and floating turbines – plus others totalling 800MWh we operate for partners –  we’re already the No.2 generator globally. And we plan to triple our 2.2GWh output by 2030, led by landmark projects such as Sofia (1,400 MWh) and Kaskasi (342MWh).  

 

Offshore wind is a constantly evolving technical, practical and social challenge. Our financial stability means you’ll have the freedom to act with conviction and courage as we pivot to harness new technologies – and continuously improve, together.  


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