Our client is a company active in the sector of naval architecture and shipbuilding of offshore and specialist vessels. For this client, we are looking for Commissioning Engineers Mechanical or Hydraulics for a vessel modification project to be executed at their Rotterdam site. Our client manages the whole modification, from the design through to the integration of the new equipment. The physical modifications comprise the removal of the existing pipelay system and its replacement with a new J-lay system with a top dynamic capacity of 1,500 tonnes. The J-lay system will be able to handle every variety of pipe including normal flowlines, export lines, and various pipe-in-pipe configurations, ranging in size from 4.5 to 24 inches with wall thicknesses approaching 2 inches. This position is expected to last until the end of the year.
Being the ideal candidate, you have extensive experience within the maritime sector. You are capable of working with various hydraulic operating systems and other systems onboard of dredging and offshore vessels. In addition, you are flexible, a hard worker and you can work independently as well as in a team. As a Commissioning Engineer you will be responsible for the commissioning of hydraulic and mechanical installations on board. You will ensure that all systems and hydraulic parts work properly and in case of any issues you will solve them.
Responsible for keeping hydraulic installations running and taking care of the removals
Independent commissioning, testing, and maintenance of the hydraulic and mechanical equipment supplied on board
Adjusting and starting ship installations (checking I/O)
Locating and remedying faults
Solve problems found during checks and audits
Checking the correct documentation
Transferring systems to customers and classification societies
Communication with other departments and sister companies internationally