Managing projects is key for DEME, and BIM presents a large opportunity to facilitate project management teams to deliver more successful projects. We are looking for an BIM engineer with vision to propel us forward and join us in the journey of digitalizing our projects.
Being at DEME opens a whole range of opportunities with interesting projects to work on, options to develop yourself further, a place where you can make an impact and where your contribution matters.
Are you enthusiastic to take on this exciting new challenge? Then apply quickly!
As a Cable Lay Supervisor, you will work on board of one of our offshore vessels and be responsible for the loading, transporting and installation of subsea cables. You will lead a team on board and will coordinate all necessary works and stakeholders to make sure cable is laid in the most safe and optimal way. Together, we work on DEME’s vision of creating a sustainable future.
Nous sommes une entreprise de travaux environnementaux, filiale d’un groupe d’envergure mondiale.
Nos activités principales s’articulent autour de la conduite de chantiers de dragage et de dépollution mais également de l’exploitation de centres de regroupement et traitement de sols et de sédiments, ainsi que de sites de valorisation.
En vue d’assister le responsable de l’exploitation de ces projets , nous sommes à la recherche de candidats (H/F) appelé(e)s à être actifs principalement dans les Hauts de France.
For DEME, process improvement to enhance business performance is of uttermost importance. Therefore we have an internally-developed methodology based on the principles of Lean and Six Sigma to support and guide strategic projects from scratch. Currently we are looking for a Continuous Improvement/Project Controls Engineer to join the team.
DEME is a world leader in the highly specialized fields of dredging, marine engineering and environmental remediation. DEME can build on more than 140 years of know-how and experience and has fostered a pioneering approach throughout its history, being a front runner in innovation and new technologies.
While the company's roots are in Belgium, DEME has built a strong presence in all of the world's seas and continents, operating in more than 90 countries worldwide.
In an operational environment with an involvement in complex contract structures, with high expectations from clients and with increasing regulatory restrictions from authorities, DEME is looking for a Contract Manager dedicated to the Wind Turbine Generators scope to strengthen its Contract Management Division.
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 Design Engineer for the infra activity line you will focus on these complex civil and maritime works. We provide our client's advices and services at all stages of their projects, from early in the design phase till the end of the construction phase. Because of the wide variety of specializations, we are looking for motivated candidates to reinforce our team.
As a Design Engineer, you will work within our Engineering and Design Office team in our head office 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 harbour construction, dams and sea defences, canal construction, revetment, quay wall construction and shore protection.
The Design Manager oversees the design activities of the EPC projects to ensure a consistent and coordinated approach. He/She has the ability to work collaboratively with a large number of disciplines and trades, and uses BIM and Systems Engineering as tools to streamline his/her processes.