Wello is looking for driven, innovative and passionate people to join the team, working together to create and develop the future of clean wave energy generation
Wello is an innovative wave energy technology developer, the skills of the international team of employees and their passion has been brought to life to the Penguin Wave Energy Converter. The Penguin is the result of the committed work, innovation and engineering skills of every member here at Wello. With the Penguin, Wello offers a new concept with a unique working principle for the conversion of energy from waves. We have over a decade of experience in bringing the most efficient, environmentally neutral and cost-efficient wave energy converters to the market and are now seeking new individuals to come and join the team.
Wello is currently seeking enthusiastic, hardworking, and passionate individuals to join us at our Espoo based offices in Finland. We have an open, friendly atmosphere and a rich culture where both professionalism and humor flourish. We have a number of open positions, please click the desired job title to view more information on the position and to see if you could be a good fit to be part of the next trend in renewable energy.
All positions are for our Espoo based office and would require working from there, though temporary considerations will be made due to the pandemic.
Wello is searching for a qualified Mechanical/Naval Engineer to join our team for producing wave energy converting technologies. You would take on a key role within the operations product management team, providing technical input to the design and construction of Wello’s Penguin WEC as well as being able to provide structural drawings of the device.
The role will involve technical liaison, engineering, design for the marine environment and design for construction/O&M. The successful candidate will work closely with the project lead and with existing in-house design engineers and other specialists to provide expertise in stability and strength design of the system.
Typical duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Provide drawings of the Penguin WEC for internal and external use.
Technical review of subcontractor’s documents.
Technical input to the design for operations and maintenance process.
Technical input to the design for manufacture process.
Support planning and design for marine operations.
Technical input and advice relating to the design and construction of structural systems and components.
Some level of cost analysis.
Support and provide technical liaison with subcontractors in construction, design, anchoring mooring and umbilical system.
Providing in-house naval architecture expertise to the project and team
AMK, B.Sc. or M.Sc. in Mechanical/Naval/Offshore relevant Engineering background.
4 + years’ employment experience in relevant field such as offshore marine structures, with understanding of strength/stability analysis.
Strong knowledge of Autodesk Inventor and knowledge in SolidWorks / Ansys / AutoCAD also a positive.
Self-initiative to develop mechanical systems and be able to present innovative ideas and solutions for development of the wave energy converter.
Excellent documenting skills and the ability to be a key member of productization.
Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner, set priorities, and meet deadlines.
Strong communication skills and the willingness to work as a member of a team. Fluency in English with excellent, documented writing skills including the development of journal articles, and technical reports.
Fluency in Spanish or French seen as a positive but not required for the position.
Employee healthcare insurance is provided.
The working environment in Wello is primarily conducted in English so fluency in Finnish is not required.
Wello is one of the world’s leading producers of wave energy converter devices. Our company is growing rapidly and now is the perfect opportunity to secure a position within our team.
Deadline for the position is 21/05/2021. Please attach your CV, cover letter to when applying. A portfolio or example of applicable works that have been done is a plus. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by clicking the button below