Engineering Criticality Assessment Engineer


Engineering Criticality Assessment Engineer

Would you like to a play a lead role in design and engineering phases that enhance the capabilities and improve the efficiencies of some of the world’s most technically advanced offshore equipment?

Allseas is a world-leading contractor in the offshore energy market, with dynamism, rapid progress and pioneering spirit at its core. Designed and optimised in-house, our versatile fleet of specialised vessels are fitted with the most advanced equipment and systems, so they can perform beyond expectation in some of the harshest and remotest environments in the world.

For our multidisciplinary Innovations Department in Delft, the Netherlands we are looking for an Engineering Criticality Assessment (ECA) Engineer to join the team.

Your role

You will play an important role in Allseas’ offshore pipeline installation campaigns. You will be part of a team of engineering specialists responsible for carrying out Engineering Criticality Assessment (ECA) for offshore pipeline installation projects. We are looking for either a starter willing to learn, or a more experienced team-member bringing knowledge into the company. In your job you will be communicating extensively with both internal and external clients, and you will gain theoretical and hands-on experience through the many specialists in our organisation you will be working with.

In your daily work as ECA engineer, you will be using ECA software (Crackwise) and 3D modelling (Abaqus) techniques following international standards to calculate pipeline girth weld flaw size acceptance criteria. Communicating with internal and external clients is essential, extracting pipeline installation and post-lay design details and define the ECA testing program for girth weld and line-pipe materials properties.

Apart from ECA engineer, your other activities are Research & Development related. In the team you will be participating in new welding technique developments and devise new ways of improving weld integrity assessment methods through in-house study in cooperation with other departments and organizations.

What we expect from you

To be successful in our team  and organization you will bring:

  • The right service-oriented and customer-focused mindset.
  • Welding metallurgy and Fracture Mechanics background.
  • Eagerness to learn.
  • Good communication skills, fluent in English, team player.
  • Analytical skills.
  • Hands-on experience in welding and experimental work are a plus.

What we offer you

Working at Allseas allows you the chance to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment, with creative thinking, collaboration and down-to-earth culture at its core.

You can expect:

  • Competitive industry benchmarked salary and pension.
  • Performance based salary raises and bonuses.
  • 30 holidays days per year, flexible working hours.
  • Extensive training and development programme, study budgets and coaching.
  • A company-sponsored fitness scheme
  • Internal clubs, committees, parties and (sportive) events.

Interested?
If this role appeals to you and you recognise yourself in the profile above, we would like to hear from you! Please apply via the Apply button. We look forward to receiving your CV and motivation letter.

If you have specific questions related to the vacancy, please contact Recruitment at Allseas Engineering B.V. at recruitment@allseas.com

An online personality questionnaire can be part of the selection procedure.

Acquisition is not appreciated.

In our application procedure, you can read what to expect when you apply for a job at Allseas.

Field: Onshore
Discipline: Innovations
Location: Delft
Workweek: 40 hours
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