As a Design Engineer, you will work within our Engineering and Design Office team in our headoffices in Zwijndrecht, Belgium. You will perform different design works for our dredging projects worldwide and you will report to the Design & Engineering Team Leaders. The variety in the types of tasks is very broad and is touching upon many aspects of ship’s structures and systems.
DEME’s infra activity line is involved in marine infrastructure and civil works that complement and reinforce the company’s dredging activities. These include the design and construction of hydraulic works such as jetties, port terminals, locks and weirs; infrastructural works such as bored, immersed and cut and cover tunnels, foundation and marine works for bridges or other constructions in a marine or fluvial environment, as well as civil works for harbor construction, dams and sea defenses, canal construction, revetment, quay wall construction and shore protection.
As a Drawing Engineer for the infra activity line you will focus on the development of technical solutions for these complex civil and maritime works.
The workshop/intervention Electrician independently performs work on electrical and instrumentation systems in the workshop in Zwijndrecht, Belgium, but is flexible to be sent to a site or on board a vessel for a short period. The Electrician reports to the workshop responsible or Chief Engineer of the vessel.
DEME is a global solutions provider in a challenging and rapidly changing world. Our expertise and vast experience has been deployed over the centuries for dredging, environmental and marine engineering business solutions such as: port construction and improving maritime access worldwide. As a project engineer you can play an important part in these works. You'll have a broad range of tasks in our worldwide projects.
As Project engineer you will be involved in marine infrastructure/civil projects (i.e. port & harbor constructions, immersed tunnels, tunneling and foundation works) that complement and reinforce DEME’s activities. New projects such as the Fehmarnbelt link between Denmark and Germany, the new lock of Terneuzen and many other projects, require a multidisciplinary and innovative approach.
Due to our sustained investment effort DEME operates one of the largest and most modern, versatile and purpose-built fleets in the world. 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 Technical Superintendent within our Technical Department you work dedicated for one of our vessels supporting our operational activities.