Technical Superintendent – Allseas – Delft

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Allseas

The Technical Superintendent works within the Technical Department 

The Technical department of Allseas manages all repair and maintenance activities of the fleet. Our fleet consists of a heavy lift vessel, a deep sea mining vessel, pipe laying vessels and barges, offshore support vessels and several supply vessels and unmanned barges. In total we now have over 300 Megawatt of installed power which has quadrupled over the last ten years. The Technical department has presently a staff of over 50 persons in various roles to support our vessels, sites and projects in the most safe, efficient and sustainable manner possible.

The Technical department plays a large role in the continuous improvement of our company and the increasing technical capabilities and capacity of our fleet. One of the major projects ongoing at this moment is the hybridization of several of our vessels which we hope to finalise the coming years. Besides this several sustainability initiatives are being rolled out to contribute to our sustainable operation.

Your role

  • Keep track of relevant legislation of flag state, classification society, IMO and other relevant bodies and initiate required action as required;
  • Use all available data for decision-making (existing business intelligence dashboards like Downtime, Cost control, Inventory and Asset management);
  • Ensure the assigned asset is fit for purpose in the broadest sense;
  • Prepare and control the yearly R&M and investment budgets for the assigned assets
  • Responsible for the daily repair and maintenance (R&M) on board the assigned vessel(s), in close co-ordination with TD staff and other disciplines as required.
  • Act as a Project Manager; organise and control the repair and maintenance (R&M) of the assigned assets including damage repairs, modifications and project preparations;
  • Actively propose and support standardisation of working methods and improvement of procedures 
  • Approve purchase orders and invoices for the assets assigned as per authorisation matrix
  • Assist in the yearly reporting of the Technical Status and a Vessel Inspection Sheet;
  • Responsible for the preparation and execution of the workscope and budget for port calls wrt R&M, modifications or project preparations
  • Responsible for maintaining the Repair list including overdue maintenance, long term investments and required modifications for projects. 
  • Collaborate/communicate with crew.
  • What we expect from you

  • BSc / MSc degree in Maritime Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or equivalent;
  • Knowledge of rules and regulations of classification agencies and IMO.
  • Minimum 5 years in a technical role within a maritime company.
  • What we offer you

    Working at Allseas allows you the chance to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment, with creative thinking, collaboration and down-to-earth culture at its core.

    You can expect

  • competitive industry benchmarked salary and excellent pension
  • performance based salary raises and bonuses
  • 30 holidays days per year, flexible working hours
  • extensive training and development programme, study budgets and coaching
  • a company-sponsored fitness scheme
  • internal clubs, committees, parties and (sportive) events
  • Allseas has earned the “World-class Workplace” label. This means that as an employer we score above global benchmark for being a good employer. The label is based solely on feedback from our employees. Wondering what our people say about working at Allseas? Read their 

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