European Marine Energy Centre looks to fill two positions
- Human Capital
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) is looking for a performance test engineer.
The position aims to deliver EMEC’s services into collaborative R&D projects, focussed on marine energy device testing and performance assessment.
The engineer should have well-developed critical, numerical and analytical skills / using statistics in data analysis, the ability to write well for a variety of audiences and have experience of project management and working in teams.
Past experience in delivery testing or certification products / reports is desirable but not essential.
This is a full-time post for a fixed-term of 2 years.
Location negotiable, but the post holder will be expected to spend periods of time in Orkney.
Also, EMEC is in need of an environment & consents officer.
The position will support the acquisition, maintenance and streamlining of all statutory consents required at EMEC or other identified sites.
The environment & consents officer needs to have knowledge of environmental legislation, particularly in Scotland.
The position also requires experience of report-writing and knowledge of the challenges of working in the marine environment.
Based in Orkney, this full-time post is to cover maternity leave and will terminate when the post holder returns to work.
To remind, European Marine Energy Centre has also recently appointed Matthew Finn as commercial director.