DEME is a global solutions provider in a challenging and rapidly changing world. Our expertise and vast experience has been deployed over the centuries for dredging, environmental and marine engineering business solutions such as: port construction and improving maritime access worldwide. As a project engineer you can play an important part in these works. You'll have a broad range of tasks in our global or Benelux projects.
As a project manager you are the “end responsible” for the project. You will manage a complete project team. You are accountable for the fact that the project is being executed in time, within budget and in line with the contract. You are directly exposed to the client and you report to the Area Management.
As a Simulator Engineer at DEME Offshore, you are involved with the planning and execution of offshore operation and heavy lift simulations and the prototyping of new methods and mission equipment. You will provide simulator engineering support prior to and during tendering and project execution and follow-up on offshore performance for simulator improvements.
As Simulator Engineer, you are part of the Methods Engineering & Equipment and Technology Development group which develops transport and installation methods for the different DEME Offshore activities safeguarding technical feasibility, operational efficiency and workability. Additionally, the team develops the required equipment for the projects focused on safe and efficient operations, ensuring high workability and accelerating the pace of innovation. These developments are coordinated in close cooperation with the commercial and operational departments to ensure solutions are fit for purpose.
This multi-disciplinary position is based at our Headquarters in Zwijndrecht, Belgium.
Do you want to work on a DEME dredging vessel but you can’t find a suitable vacancy? That is probably because we don't have an open position available. You can apply spontaneously. Our recruiters will assess your CV and inform you if there is a match with our available vacancies or database for the future.
As a works manager, you are responsible for the operational execution of the works outside. You can rely on a team of site superintendents/project engineers. You report directly to the project manager. You focus on the bigger scheme of things whereas the superintendents deal with day to day issues.