qhse manager

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rasmus risvig hansen, randstad danmark
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Rasmus Risvig Hansen
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+45 22442273

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On behalf of Titan Wind Energy, Randstad is looking for a QHSE Manager who will be responsible for building the QHSE division needed to facilitate complex offshore projects.

About Titan Wind?

Titan Wind Energy (Suzhou) was founded in 2005 and 5 years later successfully listed at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Titan Wind Energy is a global supplier of towers for on- and offshore wind turbines, having its European headquarters in Varde, Denmark, under the name of Titan Wind Energy (Europe) A/S. In 2019 Titan Wind Energy acquired a production facility in Germany. Titan Wind Energy (Germany) GmbH, which is a 100% subsidiary to Titan Wind Energy (Europe) A/S. With the experience from the facility in Cuxhaven, in the North Sea area of Germany, with an ideal location for future demand within the offshore wind industry and the many years of experience from tower production in Varde, Denmark, Titan Wind Energy will be able to utilize the synergies and knowhow to create a strong set up for the future.

After taking over the production facilities in Cuxhaven Titan Wind Energy are ready to build their new focus area within offshore foundations for the increasing market within the offshore wind industry. Titan Wind Energy is therefore not only offering an interesting position but a career with great potential, you’ll be able to work with colleagues and customers from Germany, Denmark, China etc. in large scale offshore projects and develop yourself and the company.
The position is located in Cuxhaven, Germany alternatively in Varde, Denmark.


What are my responsibilities?

• Build the Quality Health and Safety Management System (QHSE) in Germany in relation to ISO 9001, EN 1090-1 & 2, EN 3834-2, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 plus the respective requirements for energy management
• Get the Quality Health and Safety Management System (QHSE) certified in relation to ISO 9001, EN 1090-1 & 2, EN 3834-2, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 plus the respective requirements regarding energy management
• Incorporate the different customer requirements into QHSE so that they become a natural part of QHSE
• Build a system so that data collection becomes a natural part of everyday life and production ends up being very data-driven
• Create a system where reporting to customers and authorities becomes easy and fast
• Participate in the preparation of offers for the various inquiries / customers

What do I need to qualify for this job?

• At least 5 years of experience in Jackets and Monopole construction
• Or at least 5 years of experience in offshore construction
• Or extensive experience in the Wind or Energy sector around the construction part
• Extensive experience in handling major players in the market
• Extensive experience in building the QMS / QHSE system
• Extensive experience in managing the QMS / QHSE part
• Good experience with German authorities

In case you have acquired your skills in alternative ways, your application is just as appreciated.


Are you interested?

Randstad handles the recruitment process on behalf of Titan Wind Energy, and they will hold interviews continuously.
Please apply at your earliest convenience.
Do you want to know more about the position, are you welcome to contact Regional Director Rasmus Risvig Hansen on tel. (+45) 22 44 22 73 or rasmus.hansen@randstad.dk

About Randstad
Randstad is part of the international Randstad Group, which is the world's largest provider of HR solutions. Every day, Randstad finds jobs for more than 620,000 people worldwide. We maintain offices in 39 countries and are represented in Europe, North and South America and Asia. With five branches spread across the country, we are among Denmark's leading recruitment agency.

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