Technical Inspector E&I

Technical Inspector E&I

The Technical Inspector Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) works within the Technical Department. Our Technical department manages all repair and maintenance activities of the fleet.

Allseas fleet consists of a heavy lift vessel, a nodules collection vessel, pipe laying vessels and barges, offshore support vessels and several supply vessels. In total we now have over 300 Megawatt of installed power which has quadrupled over the last ten years. Our Technical department consist of  over 50 persons in various roles to support our vessels, sites and projects in the most safe, efficient and sustainable manner possible.

Technical department plays a large role in the continuous improvement of our company and the increasing technical capabilities and capacity of our fleet. One of the major projects ongoing at this moment is the hybridization of several of our vessels which we hope to finalise the coming years. Besides this several sustainability initiatives are being rolled out to contribute to our sustainable operation.

Your role

  • Support the Vessel Management Teams with the daily technical management of the assigned equipment;

  • Liaise with and support the crew with the day-to-day activities;

  • Communicate and co-ordinate with other Allseas departments in relation to the scope of work;

  • Define the E&I scope of work, make R&M proposals; prepare schedules and budgets and submit them for approval;

  • Identify the need, obtain approval, prepare, arrange and plan third party service engineer visits onboard;

  • Supervise the engineering, installation and commissioning of new or modified E&I equipment;

  • Follow the flag state legislation, classification society, IMO etc.;

  • Promote new technologies aiming efficiency, sustainability, cost effectiveness and support improvement projects;

  • Prepare, plan and witness the DP annual and periodical trials for the assigned assets;

  • Keep technical documentation and history about vessel and equipment up to date.

What we expect from you

  • BSc or MSc degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent;

  • Minimum 3-4 years of experience in a similar role within the offshore, dredging, construction or shipbuilding industry;

  • Familiar with maritime rules and regulations of classification agencies and IMO.

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;

  • Company-sponsored fitness scheme;

  • Extensive training and development programme, study budgets and coaching;

  • Internal clubs, committees, parties and (sportive) events.

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If this role appeals to you, please apply for this role by clicking ‘Apply’. We are looking forward to receiving your cv and motivation.

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Field: Onshore
Discipline: Technical Department
Location: Delft
Workweek: 40 hours
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