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Maintenance Engineer

Posted 8 Jul 2024
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0 to 7 years
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English (Fluent)

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Would you like to contribute to making the maintenance of our ships future-proof? Are you analytically strong? Then read on!

The position

In the role of Maintenance Engineer, your contribution can make a difference in the necessary development to make the maintenance strategy of our ships future-proof.

You contribute to including maintenance in the design of new ships. This is done on the basis of desired availability, reliability and maintainability. RAMS analyzes and “lessons learned” are the basis. Here you bring theory and practice together and know how to optimize this in a design.
You focus on increasing reliability and optimizing maintenance costs for our ships. You do this by actively (co-)drawing a risk analysis based on RAMS methodology, supplemented by analyzes of technical data from the maintenance system. You regularly consult with different teams, after which you make and present the analyzes.Your workplaceYou will work within our Maintenance Management team in Rotterdam, where you will work together with colleagues and your team manager. Your direct colleagues have extensive experience in both theoretical and practical knowledge regarding the maintenance profession.

Your responsibilities

  • You identify opportunities for improvement and come up with concrete proposals. You work towards a proactive way of working, in which coordination with internal customers plays an important role;
  • In your work you seek contact with operational colleagues to improve the optimum between preventive and corrective maintenance;
  • You actively contribute to improving the safety of maintenance work as part of the RAMS system.

Job requirements

You are an analytically strong Maintenance Engineer. You know how to communicate your findings in a convincing way to both tactical and operational colleagues. If you also meet the following job requirements, we would like to receive your application!

  • You have experience working with data in combination on the operational side;
  • You have experience with risk and availability analyses;
  • You master the English language, spoken and written;
  • You have at least a HBO working and thinking level.

We offer

We offer you a position in which you will have an important contribution to our mission 'building a better world for future generations'. 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 organise 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 Kim Duifhuis.

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-KD1

The position

In the role of Maintenance Engineer, your contribution can make a difference in the necessary development to make the maintenance strategy of our ships future-proof.

You contribute to including maintenance in the design of new ships. This is done on the basis of desired availability, reliability and maintainability. RAMS analyzes and “lessons learned” are the basis. Here you bring theory and practice together and know how to optimize this in a design.
You focus on increasing reliability and optimizing maintenance costs for our ships. You do this by actively (co-)drawing a risk analysis based on RAMS methodology, supplemented by analyzes of technical data from the maintenance system. You regularly consult with different teams, after which you make and present the analyzes.Your workplaceYou will work within our Maintenance Management team in Rotterdam, where you will work together with colleagues and your team manager. Your direct colleagues have extensive experience in both theoretical and practical knowledge regarding the maintenance profession.

Your responsibilities

  • You identify opportunities for improvement and come up with concrete proposals. You work towards a proactive way of working, in which coordination with internal customers plays an important role;
  • In your work you seek contact with operational colleagues to improve the optimum between preventive and corrective maintenance;
  • You actively contribute to improving the safety of maintenance work as part of the RAMS system.

Job requirements

You are an analytically strong Maintenance Engineer. You know how to communicate your findings in a convincing way to both tactical and operational colleagues. If you also meet the following job requirements, we would like to receive your application!

  • You have experience working with data in combination on the operational side;
  • You have experience with risk and availability analyses;
  • You master the English language, spoken and written;
  • You have at least a HBO working and thinking level.

We offer

We offer you a position in which you will have an important contribution to our mission 'building a better world for future generations'. 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 organise 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 Kim Duifhuis.

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-KD1

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