The Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult (ORE Catapult) is one of a number of Catapults set up by Innovate UK to accelerate the deployment of innovative technology in the UK.
With primary locations in Glasgow and Blyth, and regionally facilities in Hull, Levenmouth, Wales and Cornwall, ORE Catapult is working with industry and academia to identify, develop, prove and de-risk promising new technologies and bring them to market. It is helping to reduce the cost of offshore renewable energy, supporting the growth of the industry and creating UK benefit.
What are the roles?
ORE Catapult aims to accelerate the growth of the UK supply chain in the offshore renewable energy sector, leading to increased jobs, productivity and exports. It will do this through a unique combination of world-class test and demonstration facilities combined with expertise in the key technology areas.
ORE Catapult is creating a Marine Energy Engineering Centre of Excellence (MEECE) in Pembroke Dock, South West Wales. MEECE will work with Welsh Universities and with the Marine Energy Test Area, to deliver innovation projects on behalf of Welsh companies, to demonstrate, verify and validate new technologies. MEECE will be funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
To deliver MEECE, ORE Catapult is looking to fill the following positions:
The closing date is 18th June, to apply click here.