Working Student - Wind Risk Management - #1119893
We are the independent expert in assurance and risk management. Driven by our purpose, to safeguard life, property, and the environment, we empower our customers and their stakeholders with facts and reliable insights so that critical decisions can be made with confidence.
As a trusted voice for many of the world’s most successful organizations, we use our knowledge to advance safety and performance, set industry benchmarks, and inspire and invent solutions to tackle global transformations.
About the role
The Department Risk Management Northern Europe of the DNV Group has more than 100 employees at locations in Hamburg (Germany), BeNeLux and Norway and offers a wide service portfolio along the entire Energy value chain: conventional energy, hydrogen, wind, solar.
To support our consultants in our German section, we are looking for working students (m/f/d), who can work with us in the mid term and perform the following tasks:
- Support of risk management advisory projects:
- Qualitative risk assessments
- Quantitative risk assessments (e.g. ice throw from turbine blades) for the wind energy sector
- Reliability analysis (RAMS) in all sectors
- Other types of projects in the section, e.g. other assessments, development and auditing of HSE management systems, incident investigations for the O&G, energy, petrochemical industries
- Shadowing of senior consultants on project management tasks, from bidding to invoicing
- Support of sales and marketing activities
What we offer
- Attractive hourly rate
- up to 20 hours per week (40 during semester breaks)
- Direct contact with industry and work on real projects, both from the office and at client sites
- International, dynamic team of over 30 consultants
- Professional training and access to the global DNV network
- Centrally located office in Hamburg's Speicherstadt
DNV is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to gender, religion, race, national or ethnic origin, cultural background, social group, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age or political opinion. Diversity is fundamental to our culture and we invite you to be part of this diversity.
These key skills will be required:
- Student in a bachelor's or master's STEM program at a German university
- Fluent in German and English
- Good knowledge of MS Office
- Strong logical thinking and analytical skills
- Good communication skills and team spirit
These skills will be considered an advantage:
- Knowledge of basic process engineering, chemical engineering and/or process safety concepts
- Attitude solving complex numerical problems developing code, experience with Python and/or other programming languages
- Additional foreign European languages (e.g. DK, NL, FR, IT)