Mechanic Engine Rooms (ER)


Mechanic Engine Rooms (ER)

For over 30 years, Allseas has been developing cutting-edge technology and pushing the boundaries to deliver state-of-the-art solutions to meet the market’s ever-changing needs. Worldwide we have executed more than 280 projects and installed over 20,000 km of subsea pipeline, operating a versatile fleet of specialised heavy lift, pipelay and support vessels designed and developed in-house.

Dynamism, inventiveness, rapid progress and a no-nonsense attitude are the hallmark of Allseas. From the world’s first pipelay vessel to operate on full dynamic positioning, Lorelay, to the record-breaking single-lift installation/removal and pipelay vessel Pioneering Spirit, Allseas’ vessels are renowned in the industry for their unrivalled technology and game-changing capabilities.

Your role

We are currently looking for a Mechanic Engine Rooms (ER) to join the crew of our flagship Pioneering Spirit.

As a mechanic ER you will execute repairs and maintenance on engineroom equipment under supervision and guidance of the Second Engineer ER or First Engineer ER.

Primary your will work will be, but is not limited to, overhauling Diesel engine components like cylinderheads.

In this role your tasks will be to 

  • Act as per standing instructions;
  • Conduct all activities and tasks in accordance with Allseas’ corporate objectives and policies;
  • Familiarise with and comply with Allseas’ Integrated Management System (AIMS);
  • Promote a safe and healthy working environment within all Allseas premises;
  • Ensure all personal documentation, such as passport, seaman’s book, medical certificate and safety (STCW) training certificates, is kept up-to-date, valid and will be hand carried on board in original;
  • Be alert and execute the “Stop the job authority on any workplace activity on the grounds of immediate safety, health and environmental hazards”, and inform the responsible manager immediately.

What we expect from you

To be successful in this role you have

  • General technical mechanical education on MBO level 
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience as Mechanic o/b seagoing ships or offshore industry;
  • Experience with Ship’s Engine Room equipment like diesel engines (MAN, Wartsila), pumps
  • Good command of the English language
  • Sufficient practical skills in machining
  • Skills in different welding processes are a pre
  • Completion of all safety/trade training as per Allseas training matrices, or willingness to conduct this

Besides this, you have a flexible and decisive mindset and good communication- and teamworking skills.

What we offer you

Offshore crew work 12-hour shifts, with a schedule of five weeks on board and five weeks off. 

Working on one of our vessels means you are at the heart of the action and play an active role in shaping the future of the offshore industry. Our offshore crews are dedicated and determined to get the job done efficiently without losing sight of safety.

Interested? 
If you are interested to join Allseas and take up this challenging role, please apply by clicking ‘Apply’ and uploading your cv and motivation.

An online assessment can be part of the selection procedure.

Acquisition further to this advertisement is not appreciated.

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

Field: Offshore
Discipline: Technical Department
Location:
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