In an operational environment with an involvement in more and more complex contract structures, with high expectations from DEME’s worldwide clients and with increasing regulatory restrictions from authorities, DEME today is able to offer its worldwide clientele a total solution through a variety of innovative international contract forms (turn-key, Engineering-Procurement-Construction (EPC), Design-Build-Finance-Maintain (DBFM), Public-Private Partnership (PPP), Early Contractor Involvement (ECI), etc…) for complex dredging and marine engineering projects, in which contractual, financing and project insurance techniques go hand in hand.
You will be part of the DEME legal department, situated at DEME’s headquarters, with an extensive and complimentary team of in-house legal counsels, each of them covering and responsible for one or more geographical areas in the world, DEME business units and particular professional domains.
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 a project manager for our new build department, you will share responsibility and provide leadership, on a day to day basis, for the engineering and/or construction and commissioning of new vessels. You will be involved in all the phases of the project and will be working both from the office in Antwerp and from various shipyards. You will be part of a team that is known to have developed and built state of the art, pioneering vessels in its industry!
Do you want to work in a vibrant, challenging, interesting and international environment? Do you want to be part of the HR Team responsible for more than 2500 crewmembers of 100+ nationalities? Will you be our next crew planner responsible for the organization and coordination of the personnel on board of one of our vessels?