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DNV Site Inspector - Renewable Multi Technology (Solar, Storage, and Wind) in Seattle, Washington

Site Inspector - Renewable Multi Technology (Solar, Storage, and Wind) Location US-TX-Katy \| US-CA-Oakland \| US-TX-Austin \| US-TX-Katy \| US-CA-San Diego \| US-OR-Portland \| US-WA-Seattle \| US-MA-Medford Requisition ID 2023-22388 Business Area Energy Systems Category/Discipline Engineering Posting Position Type Full-time Local Unit & Position Description Do you want to help the advancement of renewable energy? DNV\'s Solar, Storage, and Wind practices are growing, and we are looking for an enthusiastic, detail-oriented site engineer to perform site visits at utility-scale renewable projects across the United States and Canada. DNV has an outsized impact on the renewable energy industry. Nowhere else will you have such comprehensive exposure to the largest, most technically complex and cutting-edge renewable energy projects. The Site Inspector - Multi Technology (Solar, Storage, and Wind) visitor will perform on-site mechanical, electrical, structural and foundational reviews of projects at various stages of construction. The site visitor will have the opportunity to interact with the EPC, subcontractor, owner or owner\'s representative on site as a trusted third party. By joining our team at DNV, you will be part of championing the widespread deployment and operation of renewables to positively impact society and the planet. We achieve our purpose through long-term success of our customers. We strive to be a high-performing, innovative team which reflects the equity, respect, and diversity we wish to see in the world. This position may be based in any of our DNV North American offices including San Diego, CA; Oakland, CA; Portland, OR; Austin, TX; Houston, TX, Portland, OR; Seattle, WA; or Medford, MA What You\'ll Do Organize and plan with Project Managers (PM) dates for site visits for review of construction progress and general quality assurance checks and equipment condition of operational sites or construction sites for turbine installations, (including turbine climbs for mechanical completion confirmation) civil construction and/or electrical installations for solar, storage, and wind Projects in various stages of construction or operation. Goal is to have at least two or three site visits in one continuous 4-to-5-day trip, or four to five site visits on a continuous longer trip Flying or driving within the USA and/or Canada. These can be a combination of wind, storage, and solar sites. Within 24 hours provide high-level insights and any red flags and within 5 business days of the visit provide a site visit report to the PM detailing the findings Various prospective investors may request to accompany and climb the turbine and/or tour the site with DNV during these visits, and discuss issues raised Comply with all site safety requirements on all new build or operational sites Electrical or civil site visits will include a 6-hour tour of all active construction locations, possibly including a turbine foundation pour and / or an energized substation and a summary review of QA/QC documentation and discussions with site staff on issues found. Occasionally in the summer months, civil visits will have to be done during night hours if foundation pours are occurring at night to avoid the heat of the day Turbine site visits (construction monitoring or operational) will include a four-hour tour of the site with the Sponsors representative viewing all active construction, plus a four-hour turbine climb to the nacelle and hub and a visual inspection with the contractors and Sponsor technicians of one mechanically completed turbine generally to heights of over 100 meters. Occasionally two turbine climbs in one day are required on operational site visits. Climb assists or elevators are NOT usually available on construction