To support DEME's journey towards Operational Excellence and further digitalization we are looking to strengthen our IT Business Partner Team.
The IT Business Partner will serve as a primary link between the IT department and the business/departments.
The main goal of the partner is to develop IT roadmaps, execute solution discovery, improve service management, … The IT Business Partner will not only offer expert consulting services but will also actively participate in technology projects and initiatives. They need to communicate relevant updates (strategy, projects, initiatives, service performance, …) both to the IT community and to the business stakeholders. They play a key role in sharing knowledge across the company and identify synergies related to technology.
In partnership, they identify opportunities to increase efficiency and/or business value of IT.
DEME Concessions is the infrastructure developer, investor and manager within DEME Group, leveraging a unique combination of technical capabilities and financial strength of the Group and our partners. We focus on renewable energy, comprising offshore wind and green hydrogen, and on maritime infrastructure. With a growing portfolio and highly attractive pipeline, DEME Concessions develops major projects that help tackle the global need for energy transition and critical infrastructure.
Our integrated approach leverages the strengths of DEME Group as a leading global marine engineering group, present in over 90 countries with a team of over 5.200 people building on over 140 years of experience. Over the past decades, DEME has constructed over 70 offshore wind projects with over 20GW capacity and has been involved in the most iconic dredging and land reclamation projects, such as the Panama Canal, Suez Canal, the Pearl in Qatar and the Tuas Terminal One port expansion project in Singapore.
To support its expanding activities, DEME Concessions is looking to strengthen its team with a Senior Financial Analyst. As a strong financial modeler, the Senior Financial Analyst is co-responsible for helping originate, structure, analyze, execute, and monitor debt financings and equity investments, with focus on renewable energy.
DEME's objective is to provide a healthy work environment, to promote sound work practices and a healthy lifestyle for everyone involved in our business. QHSE is therefore one of the supportive departments that is involved in all Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental matters on our projects, vessels, and in HQ. As a Project QHSE engineer you will play a key role in the preparation and execution of our offshore projects. You will collaborate with employees of all nationalities and disciplines. Together we work on DEME’s vision of creating a sustainable future.
As a Category Buyer for DEME Group, you will develop and implement sourcing strategies for a defined set of commodities, take the lead in managing a portfolio of preferred suppliers, build up extensive market knowledge, work together with internal stakeholders to strive for best fit solutions and be an advocate of procurement best practices within the organization. As a Category Buyer within the team “Machinery Equipment” you will take the lead – on a tactical/strategic level – in procurement of equipment and services within the assigned technical category. You will mainly work from our HQ in Zwijndrecht, Belgium.
In order to strengthen our Tax Department, DEME is currently seeking to recruit 2 Deputy International Tax Managers, for servicing the Offshore Energy segment and the Concessions segment on one hand, and the Dredging & Infra segment and the Environmental segment on the other hand.
The primary purpose of this function is to minimize (corporate) tax risks and manage tax costs for the respective segments of DEME and to support the business to ensure they optimize opportunities and minimize risk in managing tax issues and comply with relevant tax laws and regulations. This function reports to the respective segments’ International Tax Manager. The latter both report to the Head of Tax.
The following tasks needs to be managed, analyzed and dealt with in order to (i) generally mitigate and minimize the various segments’ tax risks, (ii) optimize the operational and legal set-up so as to minimize tax costs, (iii) manage local external tax audits and disputes of a significant value, (iv) structure transactions tax-efficiently so as to minimize tax exposures and tax costs: