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Technical Inspector – Mechanical

  • Rotterdam area
  • Contracting

For one of our clients in the Offshore Transport & Installation we are looking for a Technical Inspector Mechanical.

The Technical department of our client is looking for a motivated, flexible and creative technical inspector. They are a company with the focus on client satisfaction, sustainability and innovation.

The Technical Inspector Mechanical works within the Technical Department. The TD’s objective is to efficiently manage the maintenance, repair and modifications of all vessels, yards and equipment, efficiently and sustainably, to provide the best technical service and support to the company on and offshore and to stay ahead of the development of new techniques, changing rules and regulations and client wishes. He or she will be part of the technical team assigned with the daily management of the repair and maintenance of the vessels. This includes project management of investment projects, dockings and project modifications. He or she will be part of company wide improvement projects to increase the sustainability and efficiency of our operations.
 

  • Organisation and control of repair and maintenance (R&M) of the assigned vessel(s), in close co-ordination with the Technical Superintendents.
  • Comply to our client Vessel Management System, rules and regulation of flag state, classification societies, IMO and other relevant bodies.
  • Promote and support continuous improvement activities within the Technical Department.
  • Liaise with flag state and classification society as required.
  • Keep technical documentation and history about vessel and equipment up to date.
  • Stimulate and propose the use of new sustainable technologies and prepare investment proposals.
  • Daily technical management of the assets assigned.

Requirements

  • BSc / MSc degree in Marine Technology, Mechanical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Minimum 3 years’ relevant experience within the offshore, dredging, construction or shipbuilding industry;
  • Knowledge of rules and regulations of classification agencies and IMO.
  • Good command of the English language, both written and spoken;
  • Willingness to travel, approximately 20% of the time

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