Marine Engineer

Marine Engineers design, build, test and repair boats, ships, remote operated vehicles, offshore platforms and drill ships.

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  • Responsible for the design of offshore rigs, pipelines and equipment
  • Plan and oversee the building and commissioning of projects
  • Examine the reliability and integrity of vessels and offshore installations looking at their sea worthiness, safety and maintenance
  • Responsible for the management of all planned maintenance tasks and also unscheduled repairs that may be required on plant and machinery
  • Manage the project lifecycle and keep the Client informed
  • Liaise with all suppliers and stakeholders to ensure timely delivery of the project
  • Ensures that knowledge is kept up to date

This role provides a specialised skill set to the Oil and Gas Industry no matter which discipline the individual specialises in (dynamic positioning, shipping/ vessels, design, Floating Production Storage Offshore (FPSO).  This knowledge is vital to the industry to ensure that technical standards are maintained and excellence is sought at every opportunity.

  • BTEC HNC/HND or degree in an engineering subject
  • Training as an engineering officer with the Merchant Navy or Royal Navy
  • Offshore Survival Certificate

£20,000 - £35,000

£45,000 - £100,000

e.g.  ROV Engineer, Chief Engineer, Senior Marine Engineer, Marine Manager, Discipline Specialist