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|Posted by Dave Santos on Sept. 4, 2019:
As oft, the job postings inform better than the PR or press. Here an Energlider student position is sought to prepare IOE IMPaC in-house expertise. Like Minesto/SABB, and Fraunhofer these are heavy hitters in real space, not just professors, celebs, kite freaks, or backyard inventors. The lucky student is being handed a tremendous opportunity and challenge.
Whatever happens next, Energlider looks to stay in the AWE R&D pokergame, just as Makani is still doubling-down.
Jobangebote – H.F. Latte
Working student position at IOE IMPaC
August 27, 2019 HOK
IOE IMPaC GmbH (International Marine & Petroleum Engineers and Consultants), based in Hamburg, Germany, has been successfully established as an independent, exclusive service provider in the energy market since 1983. IMPaC specializes in the markets of the oil and gas industry, the petrochemical industry, the maritime plant engineering and the offshore wind industry. Our customers include national and international oil and gas companies, energy producers and construction companies.
For our office in the city of Hamburg, we are looking for an indefinite employment at the earliest possible start date.
Working students (m/f)
Your field of work:
As a working student (m/f) you will accompany and coordinate our research project "Energlider" which we develop together with RWTH Aachen and IAV Automotive Engineering. Your responsibility is quality, adherence to deadlines and cost control. Your tasks include:
Technical and economic support of the projects
• Tendering, project development, and execution of engineering and planning contracts
• Collection of all project-relevant data as well as their preparation and documentation
Compliance with general and specific standards for safety, quality, environment and health for planning and operation.
Coordination of all resources required for the project
Interface to Procurement and other disciplines
Technical translations (English/German)
They lead the projects entrusted to you to a goal-oriented manner and to the satisfaction of the parties involved and in particular the customer to a successful conclusion.
· You are very successful in studying a university degree as a graduate engineer with a specialization or specialization in process engineering, oil and gas technology, mechanical engineering, shipbuilding, civil engineering or industrial engineering, etc.
· They have organisational, administrative and commercial skills.
· Very good knowledge of English
Creativity, commitment, resilience round off your profile.
If this exciting task appeals to you, we should get to know each other. Please send us your application documents, in electronic form, stating your date of entry and your salary expectations.
IOE IMPaC Ltd.
Attn.: Philippe Steiner
High Bleaching 5, 20354 Hamburg
Tel: 040/3 55 44 0 - 0 or via e-mail: email@example.com www.impac.de
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|Sept. 6, 2019 Dave Santos
BMWi is the grant source for IOE IMPaC AWE R&D, which could become a regular pipeline of funding. Its great that Northern EU R&D is diversifying into its heavy-industrial prowess, creating strong internal technical review and competition pressure outside the narrow circle of early players. Neglected AWES architectures have fresh merit chances to create a place in the EU R&D mix. The sad part is that the global AWE community spirit of a decade ago is lost for now. As things stand, Northern EU AWE hopes to prevail more or less alone, but risks ending up sidelined by its own entrenched provincialism, as the rest of the AWE world leap-frogs beyond. A grand global fly-off refereed by Fraunhofer remains a best option. Perhaps BMWi would warm to that.
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