The Engineering Department employs over 90 highly skilled and talented engineers and is responsible for providing innovative, cost effective engineering services and solutions. Within the Engineering Department the Naval & Marine Section is responsible for the (FPSO) hull integrity, marine systems design and related aspects. To strengthen this section, Bluewater is now looking for a (Junior) Marine Systems Engineer.
As a Marine Systems Engineer you are responsible for the delivery of engineering work scope in line with the project’s technical specification, budget and planning. You report to the Lead Engineer on progress, set backs and concerns and signal technical risks and anomalies. Within Bluewater you can expect to perform a number of different tasks. Performing studies, concept designs and basic designs for FPSOs and SPM systems. Creating equipment specifications, contact with vendors for quotations, evaluations, document reviews and FATs. Creating and reviewing PFDs, P&ID’s, arrangements, equipment lists and work packs. Performing analyses on heat balances, pipe sizing, power requirements, cooling water requirements etc. Participate in HAZOPs, HAZIDs and you assist in obtaining client and third party approval on the project. You reply to queries from the project team, client and from yard site team.
We know changing your career and country is a big step. We make sure moving to the Netherlands will be a beneficiary step for you, in terms of:
- Dutch employment contract;
- Holiday pay (8% of annual gross income), 38 vacation days, (max) 7 bank holidays;
- Pension scheme, full payment during incapacity of work, accident insurance, supplementary occupational disability insurance and a collective health insurance;
- We support your relocation to the Netherlands including working permit, social security registration
- A personal development program and introduction to our large expat community with several social events a year.
A (Junior) Marine Systems Engineer with a pro-active attitude and problem solving capabilities.
• You have a master’s degree in Marine Systems or Mechanical Engineering (or bachelor’s degree
with sufficient proven experience)
• You have between 0 and 5 years of experience in marine systems design and analyses.
• Preferably experienced in, but at least interested in designing systems for oil tankers and FPSOs.
• You have knowledge of relevant international design codes and class regulations (e.g. DNV, ABS,
Marpol, Solas, HSE UK etc.).
• You have good communication skills and good understanding of the English language, verbally as
well as in writing. Speaking Dutch is a plus.