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Senior Wind Energy Consultant

Technology

Cloud Consultant

No

Framingham, Massachusetts, United States

Description

Job Description:

Leidos Engineering has an opportunity for a Senior Wind Energy Consultant working in a team setting in an existing renewable energy consulting practice.

Primary responsibilities and duties include assisting the team in the following areas.

  • Writing independent/owner engineering reviews and reports including financeable wind energy assessments.
  • Performing wind energy resource assessments resulting in annual energy production estimates.
  • Performing wind energy operational assessments.
  • Developing wind resource assessment best practices and continuously improving processes and procedures.
  • Analyzing and interpreting large datasets from meteorology towers, remote sensing sources, and long term reference data.
  • Conducting data correlation studies using reference climate databases.
  • Confirming site suitability studies with respect to site conditions for wind turbine generator technologies. Assessing the impacts of site suitability studies on wind turbine generator design life.
  • Reviewing performance test provisions and results.
  • Reviewing and analyzing SCADA data to assess the performance of operating wind turbine power generating facilities.
  • Developing optimized wind farm layouts considering project constraints and optimization opportunities.
  • Visiting sites (proposed wind energy generation site locations, facilities under construction, and/or operating facilities).
  • Working with project managers in developing scopes and budgets for new consulting opportunities.
  • Working with the division management in training and mentoring other technical team members and maintaining/growing Leidos’ viewpoints/opinions, wind energy information database, standards of practice, and internal improvement projects.
  • Utilizing linear and CFD models to simulate wind flow characteristics.


Other opportunities within the role include supporting business development activities, supporting reviews of other energy generation technologies such as solar, performance modeling, participating in reviewing operations and maintenance of power generation facilities, developing and presenting white papers, and attending conferences.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in science or engineering required with a minimum of 12 years’ experience in: meteorology, atmospheric science, or energy production modeling/analysis/testing of wind turbine technologies. Master of Science or other advanced degree is desirable. Experience in lieu of degree will be considered.
  • Previous work experience with a developer, equipment provider, architect/engineering firm, EPC firm, independent engineer, and/or on a wind energy optimization team.
  • Previous work experience with commercially available wind energy modeling tools such as Openwind, Windfarmer, Windpro, or WASP.
  • Deep understanding of wind energy, including first principles understanding of how the atmosphere, topography, seasonal variation, and operation of wind turbine generators impacts long-term energy production of wind farms.
  • Understanding of industry trends in technology, analysis methods, and optimization.
  • Ability to successfully meet deadlines under pressure. Clients and (external) project teams will include private equity, infrastructure, and hedge funds, investment and commercial banks, private developers, legal and financial advisors, original equipment providers, and energy service companies.
  • Successful track record collaborating with teams, maintaining client relations and working with clients (both internal and external).

Preferred Qualifications

  • Offshore wind technology experience is a plus.
  • Experience ascending and ability to ascend 100+ meter wind turbine towers.
  • Foreign language skills are a plus, especially Spanish.

Pay Range:Pay Range $118,300.00 - $182,000.00 - $245,700.00

The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.

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