Marine Systems Engineer - Remote Working

Eden Scott

(No Location Provided)

United Kingdom

Engineering
(No Timezone Provided)

Reference (phone number removed)

Marine Systems Engineer - DP2 & DP3 Vessels - Remote Working

Eden Scott are pleased to be supporting a leading international marine assurance & advisory specialist with the appointment of a Marine Systems Engineer. This is a unique opportunity to join an internationally recognised company in a permanent / staff capacity.

The position can be offered on a remote working basis with around 25% travel which will predominantly be across the UK and Europe however it may be necessary to fly further afield on occasion.

This role is for a marine systems engineer to perform a variety of tasks, as listed below, on marine systems auxiliaries (cooling systems, fuel, lubrication, compressed air, ventilation & HVAC, valves), ballast and bilge systems, cranes, pipelay and cablelay equipment:

* Perform Failure Modes and Effects Analysis

* Create proving trials programs to support the desktop FMEA

* Create annual trials programs for the ongoing verification and validation of the FMEA

* Attend onboard vessels to witness proving and annual trials

* General Marine consultancy

* Perform risk based critical analysis on mission specific equipment with regards to design, operational interface, capability and general suitability for intended operations.

* Assurance audits and inspections of marine systems

The position is ideally suited to someone who has sailed as ETO or as a member of the Engine Room team who has gained a little shore side experience.

We would expect all applicants to have the following:

* Experience of performing FMEAs on marine systems

* Knowledge and experience of working with IMCA, IMO, MTS and OCIMF codes and guidelines

* Knowledge of and experience with dynamic positioning systems

* Current offshore medical and survival certificate

* Good communication skills at all levels of an organisation, both internally and externally

* Good IT skills (Microsoft Office suite as a minimum)

* Flexibility in working conditions including a willingness to travel offshore and overseas often adhoc or at very short notice

* Motivation to learn and grow their professional career

* Good report writing and technical authoring skills

* DP Maintenance Certification

Salary for this position is up to £60,000 dependent on experience plus an uplift of £150 per day for days spent away from on vessel visits.

To apply for this position please send your CV to Stuart Mitchell

Marine Systems Engineer - Remote Working

Eden Scott

(No Location Provided)

United Kingdom

Engineering

(No Timezone Provided)

Reference (phone number removed)

Marine Systems Engineer - DP2 & DP3 Vessels - Remote Working

Eden Scott are pleased to be supporting a leading international marine assurance & advisory specialist with the appointment of a Marine Systems Engineer. This is a unique opportunity to join an internationally recognised company in a permanent / staff capacity.

The position can be offered on a remote working basis with around 25% travel which will predominantly be across the UK and Europe however it may be necessary to fly further afield on occasion.

This role is for a marine systems engineer to perform a variety of tasks, as listed below, on marine systems auxiliaries (cooling systems, fuel, lubrication, compressed air, ventilation & HVAC, valves), ballast and bilge systems, cranes, pipelay and cablelay equipment:

* Perform Failure Modes and Effects Analysis

* Create proving trials programs to support the desktop FMEA

* Create annual trials programs for the ongoing verification and validation of the FMEA

* Attend onboard vessels to witness proving and annual trials

* General Marine consultancy

* Perform risk based critical analysis on mission specific equipment with regards to design, operational interface, capability and general suitability for intended operations.

* Assurance audits and inspections of marine systems

The position is ideally suited to someone who has sailed as ETO or as a member of the Engine Room team who has gained a little shore side experience.

We would expect all applicants to have the following:

* Experience of performing FMEAs on marine systems

* Knowledge and experience of working with IMCA, IMO, MTS and OCIMF codes and guidelines

* Knowledge of and experience with dynamic positioning systems

* Current offshore medical and survival certificate

* Good communication skills at all levels of an organisation, both internally and externally

* Good IT skills (Microsoft Office suite as a minimum)

* Flexibility in working conditions including a willingness to travel offshore and overseas often adhoc or at very short notice

* Motivation to learn and grow their professional career

* Good report writing and technical authoring skills

* DP Maintenance Certification

Salary for this position is up to £60,000 dependent on experience plus an uplift of £150 per day for days spent away from on vessel visits.

To apply for this position please send your CV to Stuart Mitchell