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Project Engineer Offshore Energie

Posted 22 May 2024
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0 to 7 years
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Are you creative, have innovative ideas and interested in a job that challenges you every day? For our offshore wind projects, we are looking for project engineers.

The position

Working in a dynamic environment with the opportunity to take responsibility and contribute in building a more sustainable world. At Van Oord you have the freedom to work on projects and implement your ideas and work on innovations.

As project engineer, you will be involved in the offshore wind projects from the beginning until the end. This position has a critical role in ensuring the successful execution of offshore wind projects, from initial planning, design to fabrication, construction, installation and handover to the client. You will combine your technical expertise with project management skills. Working in a multidisciplinary team, you will coordinate communication and collaboration among various stakeholders.

Your job is dynamic and enhance working on projects that varies of location. You can work on a foundation project on the North Sea or on a cable project in the United States. Working on a project brings a lot of dynamic aspects but with one end goal; constructing a project together. This gives a close cooperation with the team members from the different disciplines.

The works during the preparation phase will be done from our Gorinchem office. During the execution/ fabrication of the project, you will be part of the team that support the execution/ fabrication of the works. The team could be located in the country where the project is executed.

Your responsibilities

  • Prepare project execution plans and strategies, which are aligned with the project goals and objectives;
  • Oversee technical design constructions, ensure compliance with standards and optimize efficiency. Find solutions for technical challenges;
  • Manage schedules, budgets, subcontractors, stakeholders and interact with multidisciplinary teams. Review and follow-up on in- and external documentation;
  • Identify and mitigate operational, technical, and environmental risks. Prepare and implement specific (working) methods with risk analysis;
  • Facilitate effective communication with stakeholders and manage expectations.
  • In this roll you will report to the project manager or works manager.
  • A bachelor or master degree in mechanical- or civil engineering, preferably in offshore wind, offshore engineering or maritime infrastructure;
  • At least four years of relevant work experience, preferably in the offshore (wind) industry;
  • Experience of supporting projects and managing external engineering and suppliers;
  • A good command of English, spoken and written and strong communication and social skills;
  • An independent, practical and creative person who can solve problems, dares to take decisions and is able to work in a project team, with a flexible attitude with regard to travel and work at project locations.

Job requirements

Working on a project could mean that you work on arrangement. Within Europe, you will work 3 weeks at a project location and 2 weeks off. Outside Europe, you will work 6 weeks and 4 weeks off. In addition we offer you:

  • A salary that matches your responsibilities and experience;
  • Additional allowances for working on board / on project locations abroad;
  • Travel allowance (€0.31 per km) and home office allowance (€2.15 per day);
  • 32 leave days per year;
  • Variable bonus;
  • Pension scheme;
  • Collective health insurance (optional);
  • Flexible working from home policy, 2 days a week when working on a full-time basis;
  • Extensive learning and (personal) development possibilities, including a wide range of online courses via Goodhabitz;
  • You can join communities, like Young Van Oord, Van Oord Women and the Van Oord staff association;
  • We organize several (sport) events, e.g. winter sport, weekend of sailing, cycling and a motorcycle tour.

Interested? Apply via the application form below. Do you have any questions? Please contact Pascal Brink.
Do you like to know more about and want to stay informed of other vacancies within Van Oord? Climb aboard and follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Vimeo and Facebook! Acquisition for this vacancy is not appreciated.
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Your responsibilities

  • Prepare project execution plans and strategies, which are aligned with the project goals and objectives;
  • Oversee technical design constructions, ensure compliance with standards and optimize efficiency. Find solutions for technical challenges;
  • Manage schedules, budgets, subcontractors, stakeholders and interact with multidisciplinary teams. Review and follow-up on in- and external documentation;
  • Identify and mitigate operational, technical, and environmental risks. Prepare and implement specific (working) methods with risk analysis;
  • Facilitate effective communication with stakeholders and manage expectations.
  • In this roll you will report to the project manager or works manager.
  • A bachelor or master degree in mechanical- or civil engineering, preferably in offshore wind, offshore engineering or maritime infrastructure;
  • At least four years of relevant work experience, preferably in the offshore (wind) industry;
  • Experience of supporting projects and managing external engineering and suppliers;
  • A good command of English, spoken and written and strong communication and social skills;
  • An independent, practical and creative person who can solve problems, dares to take decisions and is able to work in a project team, with a flexible attitude with regard to travel and work at project locations.

Job requirements

Working on a project could mean that you work on arrangement. Within Europe, you will work 3 weeks at a project location and 2 weeks off. Outside Europe, you will work 6 weeks and 4 weeks off. In addition we offer you:

  • A salary that matches your responsibilities and experience;
  • Additional allowances for working on board / on project locations abroad;
  • Travel allowance (€0.31 per km) and home office allowance (€2.15 per day);
  • 32 leave days per year;
  • Variable bonus;
  • Pension scheme;
  • Collective health insurance (optional);
  • Flexible working from home policy, 2 days a week when working on a full-time basis;
  • Extensive learning and (personal) development possibilities, including a wide range of online courses via Goodhabitz;
  • You can join communities, like Young Van Oord, Van Oord Women and the Van Oord staff association;
  • We organize several (sport) events, e.g. winter sport, weekend of sailing, cycling and a motorcycle tour.

Interested? Apply via the application form below. Do you have any questions? Please contact Pascal Brink.
Do you like to know more about and want to stay informed of other vacancies within Van Oord? Climb aboard and follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Vimeo and Facebook! Acquisition for this vacancy is not appreciated.
#LI-PB1

Van Oord is a global player in the field of Offshore Wind, Offshore and Dredging. We also have a strong share in the civil industry within the Netherlands. These 4 segments form our Business Units. Our mission "Create a better world for future generations, by marine ingenuity" makes us actively committed to sustainability and the energy transition. We are…


Van Oord is a global player in the field of Offshore Wind, Offshore and Dredging. We also have a strong share in the civil industry within the Netherlands. These 4 segments form our Business Units. Our mission "Create a better world for future generations, by marine ingenuity" makes us actively committed to sustainability and the energy transition. We are an innovative partner for our clients and have been contributing to the infrastructure of tomorrow's world for over a hundred years.

Engineering
Rotterdam
Active in 38 countries
5,000 employees
70% men - 30% women
Average age is 38 years