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OSS Electrical Manager/Lead

Job Description

Position Overview:

As the Offshore Substation Electrical Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing and managing the electrical aspects of offshore substation design, construction, and commissioning. You will play a key role in ensuring the successful delivery of our offshore wind projects in Korea.


  1. Electrical Design:

    • Lead and oversee the electrical design of offshore substations, ensuring compliance with industry standards, regulations, and project specifications.
    • Collaborate with engineering teams to optimize designs for efficiency, reliability, and cost-effectiveness.
  2. Project Planning:

    • Develop and implement project plans for the electrical aspects of offshore substations, considering project timelines, budgets, and resource requirements.
    • Coordinate with project management teams to ensure alignment with overall project goals.
  3. Contractor Management:

    • Manage relationships with electrical contractors and suppliers throughout the project lifecycle.
    • Oversee the procurement process for electrical components and services.
  4. Quality Assurance:

    • Implement and oversee quality assurance processes for electrical systems, ensuring compliance with international standards and project specifications.
    • Conduct inspections and audits to verify the quality of electrical installations.
  5. Commissioning and Testing:

    • Plan and supervise the commissioning and testing of electrical systems on offshore substations.
    • Collaborate with commissioning teams to ensure successful energization and handover.
  6. Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE):

    • Champion and enforce HSE standards and practices on offshore substation sites.
    • Conduct regular safety audits and ensure compliance with company policies and regulatory requirements.
  7. Stakeholder Coordination:

    • Collaborate with internal stakeholders, including engineering, project management, and operations teams.
    • Engage with external stakeholders, such as regulatory authorities and grid operators, to ensure project alignment and compliance.


  1. Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field. Master's degree is a plus.

  2. 8+ years of experience in electrical engineering and project management, with a focus on offshore wind or substation projects.

  3. Proven experience in managing electrical aspects of offshore substation design, construction, and commissioning.

  4. Familiarity with Korean regulations, standards, and permitting processes related to offshore wind projects.

  5. Strong project management skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines.

  6. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work collaboratively in a cross-functional and multicultural environment.

  7. Fluency in both English and Korean (written and spoken).