Technical Superintendent E&I

Job summary:

Tasks: Coordinate and collaborate maintenance, repair and modifications, define E&I scope of work

Projects: Heavy lift, nodules collection vessel, pipe laying vessels, barges, support vessels

Company: Offshore fleet owner & operator

Main requirements: Minimum +3 years of experience in a similiar role within offshore dredging, construction or shipbuilding industry

Your opportunity

As a Superintendent Electrical & Instrumentation, you will be part of the Technical Department of a major offshore fleet owner-operator. The department manages the maintenance, repair, and modifications of state-of-the-art, complex vessels, and equipment, providing technical support on and offshore. The fleet consists of heavy lift, subsea mining, pipe laying vessels, barges, and offshore support vessels.  You will be responsible for the day-to-day technical management, safe operation, and improvement of a wide range of Electrical and Instrumentation equipment and systems, proactively monitoring these systems and performing operational and maintenance checks to reduce downtime.

Moreover, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the ongoing hybridization and sustainability initiatives of the several vessels. This role is an excellent platform for career growth within the organization, offering a dynamic and collaborative environment focused on safety and continuous improvement.

What you will do

  • Perform and analyse operational checks and preventive maintenance for E&I equipment and systems on board 
  • Collaborate with Vessel Management Teams and support the crew with daily activities 
  • Initiate corrective actions including investigation of improvements on maintenance strategies, safe functioning, operational capabilities and cost reductions
  • Prepare inspection, technical and other reports involving E&I equipment and systems
  • Arrange planning, detailed budget control and project execution for R&Ms for assigned equipment, damage repairs, modifications periods and assist during (de)mobilisations
  • Communicate and coordinate with other departments, suppliers, flag state, and classification society
  • Drive continuous improvement initiatives, stimulate and propose the use of new technologies, and prepare (investment) proposals

Where you will work

Want to be part of the changing process of the global offshore industry? Our client has the proven leadership and vision to create, maintain and operate previously inconceivable pipelaying, heavy lift, and deep-sea mining ships and systems. Redefining technological boundaries and achieving record-breaking feats persistently, this Dutch-based organization is at the forefront of offshore equipment development. You will be proud to work here!

  • Be part of a team that is constantly pushing the boundaries of offshore installation and heavy lift
  • A new industry standard in maintenance, repair and specific mission equipment installation
  • Direct and open communication style, “get the job done”
  • Great project outlook: state-of-the-art fleet fully booked for next 3 years
  • Diverse, international teams working on global projects and developments
  • Do you want to be a leader? Do you want to break records? Well, here it is, waiting for you!

What you already have

  • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent
  • Minimum +3 years of experience in a smiliar role within offshore dredging, construction or shipbuilding industry
  • Strong project management skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a diverse team
  • Knowledge of relevant regulations and standards in the offshore industry
  • Excellent communication skills and fluent English, so you can communicate efficiently with your multicultural team
  • Willingness to travel to the fleet destination

Your benefits

  • 30 paid holidays per year for an excellent work-life balance
  • Covered commuting and interviewing costs
  • Business Travel Insurance
  • Basic Dutch course, so you will understand the Dutch jokes during the coffee break
  • Access to social gatherings, lectures, and events, so you will meet like-minded friends within the Dutch Maritime Industry. We also offer you a 1-year membership of KNVTS, Royal Dutch Association of Marine Engineers.
  • Housing search support and registration are provided by Van Storm 5

Sounds interesting?

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