As Electrical Engineer, you will be part of a dedicated project team comprising several engineers, each with their own field of expertise. Together with the Lead Engineer, you will make your own plan for the upcoming period, starting with basic engineering and followed by the detailed engineering of each system. You will collect all the necessary technical information and functional specifications needed to successfully fulfil your duties. In addition, you will always keep classification rules and customer requirements in mind. In this role, you will be responsible for the calculations for various onboard systems and produce a wide range of technical documents, including:
- overall single-line drawings
- multi-line drawings of electrical cabinets
- cable block/cable connection diagrams
- cabinet layout drawings
- general arrangement plans (lighting, sockets, fire protection, signal columns, etc)
- technical specifications for quotations and purchasing.
To be eligible for the role of Electrical Engineer, you must have:
- a higher vocational education (HBO) with a technical specialism in electrotechnology or mechatronics
- knowledge and experience of EPLAN P8, CAD systems, and Microsoft Office
- technical knowledge of installation works preferably on vessels and/or in the offshore industry
- work experience gained in a comparable role is desirable
- the ability to work independently and the desire to flourish in a growing organisation.
- excellent communication skills in English and Dutch (verbal and written) in order to establish strong relationships within the project team
Please note, only applicants with a valid EU work visa will be considered as viable candidates. An online assessment and screening may form part of the recruitment process.
Terms of employment
We offer you as Electrical Engineer a challenging full-time job within a successful and dynamic company with a reputation for being a worldwide leader in technological innovation. In addition, we offer you a competitive salary, professional development opportunities, travel allowance, profit share, pension allowance, training courses and at least 40 days of leave per year.