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Jr. Draughtsman/Engineer Vessel Design
As an jr. draughtsman/engineer shipbuilding you'll be working on 3D modelling and 2D designs for all types of complex vessels. Based on the designs from our naval architects, FEM engineers and system engineers you're able to set up a functional designs for the hull construction taking weight, building procedures and maintenance in account. The engineeringwork you perform consist of construction calculations, construction plans and construction drawings, general arrangements etc. You work closely together within your project team of vessel design but also with our other departments of equipment design and marine operations.
We work with well know software like Autocad, Nupas and Catia and we have the tools and experience within our company to develop you further as an engineer. The position of jr. draughtsman/engineer shipbuilding will be on the vessel design department. This department consists of approximately 35 engineers divided in lead engineers, naval architects, system engineers and structural engineers.
The projects you're going to work on are client specific vessels for offshore, renewable, dredging and mining, and salvage and decommissioning markets. This can be for new built as well as conversions of vessels.
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Project Manager Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I)
As Project Manager Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) you will work in Royal IHC's service division in the Asset Upgrade department. The goal of this department is to manage the execution of projects that are defined as those in which existing vessels or equipment will be upgraded or changed, and where two or more Royal IHC organisations or units are involved. As Project Manager E&I, you will be responsible for the integration of main systems on our vessels, specifications and demarcations of electrical systems for requesting, contracting, and delivering projects in time, of specified quality and in the budget. You will also assess supplier offers on a technical and financial level and coordinate between suppliers concerning the electrical system integration. Further, you will take care of generated documents, verify delivered documents, identify imperfections and escalate significant bottlenecks in a timely way.
As Project Manager Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I), you will attend FATs, lead a project team of supervisors, subcontractors and (lead) engineers, and will be a full-fledged partner in customer consultations where it concerns electrical installations and system integration onboard. In case of deviations from the specifications, you advise the Project Director regarding time, money and quality.
IHC Services is an entity of Royal IHC and the Purchasing department is responsible for the supply chain of aftermarket for technical goods and services covering the clusters within IHC Services. IHC Services is looking for an experienced self-sufficient, hands-on and efficient Tactical - Project Purchaser. The role is mentioned as Tactical and Project Purchasing because we expect you to combine those two fields which makes it a diverse and dynamic role. The Tactical - Project Purchaser will interact with the Project Buying team, Project team, Category Management, and other internal and external stakeholders.
In this role as Tactical - Project Purchaser, you will work in close cooperation with the business and the SCM organization. Effectiveness, commercial thinking, stakeholder engagement, relationship management, and organizational sensitivity are all essential in this role. At all times, you will act in the best interests of the company. As such, you will negotiate adequate and appropriate conditions with suppliers. You must be capable of initiating and implementing sustainable improvement within the category supply chain. Some of your responsibilities will be:
managing all procurement activities for specific vessels and/or projects
ensuring that the quality of purchased items meets the specified requirements
being aware of contractual obligations for each order placed (for example delivery performance)
ensuring the necessary expediting of all suppliers by phone and e-mail
liaising closely with the Logistics team on all upcoming and existing shipments
issuing a weekly report that highlights the critical items that may have incurred delays and/or the materials due for shipment
reporting to the Project team for matters related to the organization of inspection activities required for the delivery of specific equipment and, if necessary, arranging a visit
making requests for materials and services in both local and international markets
obtaining quotes, and making estimates and technical reviews
selecting suppliers and enabling the continuous improvement of the supply chain
ensuring that all relevant IHC procedures relating to procurement activities are understood and enforced by all relevant parties
monitoring supplier performance, and drawing up contracts and frameworks in cooperation with the Category Manager (E&A) and Legal department
making proposals to optimize the procurement process
all procurement activities that help to deliver the project within OSBIT.