Do you want to be part of our Engineering team as equipment engineer, troubleshooting for projects, developing new technologies and modifying existing offshore equipment? If so, you might just found your next career step!
As an Equipment Engineer, you assist internal departments at DEME Offshore with engineering support for project execution, new equipment development and improvements on existing equipment. You will collaborate with other engineers as well as tender, project and operational teams to prepare functional equipment designs and vessel deck layouts of equipment. Moreover, you will manage the interface between engineering, subcontractors and people on board of our vessels;
This position is based at our DEME Offshore Office in Breda, The Netherlands, and you can make use of our other DEME offices.
Production Estimation is undertaken in a multidisciplinary way, incorporating information, relevant experiences, expertise and know-how from different sources. It involves close cooperation between various departments and experienced project people.
The Production Estimation follows a methodical, systematic and structured approach based on both theoretical and practical process insights. This approach complemented with some project specific, creative and smart solutions can make you the creator of another successful DEME project.
Being part of the design and engineering department, the geotechnical engineer assists the tender and project teams to recognize and mitigate geotechnical related constraints, from tender until execution stage.
This requires full understanding of employer’s requirements and project execution constraints. Most projects require evaluation of the soil information, leg penetration analysis, drivability analysis and related boundary conditions. In case of design and build contracts, the review of the design basis will be required.
Technical leadership and innovation are an important cornerstone of DEME’s values. Finding Innovative approaches to technical challenges and striving continuous improvement, taking into account the strengths of your employer to come to the most economical and competitive solution, are important habits of a geotechnical engineer at DEME.
DEME Offshore Geotechnical engineers will assist the tender and project team mainly from the DEME head office in Zwijndrecht. Sporadic travel abroad might be required for meetings with designers or clients or for assistance on board of the vessels.
Within the geotechnical department we strive to provide the best service to the tender department in limited time; we optimize by automating (Python) and do advanced FE studies if of added value.
Are you up for a unique and challenging experience?
We are regularly looking for young professionals. Therefore we offer students who study at a Dutch University the opportunity to do an internship or graduation project at our office in Breda, within one of our departments.
You can find us every year at various recruitment fairs at engineering and naval schools or universities, as well as professional events and seminaries.
We have internships and graduation projects available for students with one of the following studies:
• civil engineering
• mechanical engineering
• offshore engineering
• maritime officer
As Technical Superintendent Offshore, you work as part of one of our vessel teams, where you will be responsible for the coordination of maintenance and repairing activities of vessel(s) assigned and/or its equipment or other assets. Your main base will be at our HQ in Belgium or in our office in Breda, the Netherlands.
Due to our sustained investment effort DEME operates one of the largest and most modern, versatile and purpose-built fleets in the world. As a Technical Superintendent you will work in an environment that strongly encourages innovation and will give you the responsibility to make an operational difference. Due to the challenging environment in which you are dealing with heavy equipment, complex installations and project deadlines, there is a steep learning curve in various technical fields.
DEME’s fleet includes 90 major ships and some 200 auxiliary vessels, which together provide a platform for the competitive and efficient executions of complex and multidisciplinary projects all over the world. As a Vessel Manager you will strengthen our Fleet Department with your expertise and experience, supporting and coaching your team members.