Marine Engineer - Specialist with experience in ship design and propulsion systems

TASKS, to name a few
Development and innovation of ship propulsion machinery – traditional, multi-fuel, battery, LNG, etc.Vessel conversions and retrofits – specifically propulsion and engine room configurations
Preparation of technical specifications and reports
Liaising with class societies & ensuring regulatory compliance
General naval architecture and marine engineering

CANDIDATE PROFILE
On the technical side we are looking for a marine engineer with solid experience in propulsion machinery and auxiliary systems. You have proven experience in ship design and you thrive with technical design challenges, engine room configurations, propulsion calculations, and overseeing installations.

When it comes to interpersonal skills, you are detail-oriented, calculations-savvy, and providing timely delivery and accurate technical service to our clients. You work independently and as an effective and positive member of our specialised Machinery team and across the organisation in general. You have excellent communication skills in English and preferably also in Danish. Lastly, you are ready to travel all over the world when required to oversee installations on the vessels.

QUALIFICATIONS
Marine Engineer (B.Sc./M.Sc or equivalent level of qualification) with proven experience in ship design.
Experience with the following: Statutory regulations, machinery and pipe systems design software, expert user of Microsoft Office.

PRACTICAL DETAILS
Full time position. Location: Aarhus or Copenhagen. Start as soon as possible.
Salary: Competitive package matching your qualifications and experience.
Referral: To John Carsten Dahlkvist, Head of Department Machinery, as well as CTO Kristian Lind.

CONTACT
Questions to the position: John Carsten Dahlkvist, mobile +45 29 68 41 90 or jcd@osk-shiptech.com
Application: Send your application to Head of HR & Marketing Anne Kofoed Vilsøe on akv@osk-shiptech.com

Mark your application: Marine Engineer – Specialist in propulsion systems

Deadline: 16 August 2019