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Learning & Development Officer

Learning & Development is a Center of Expertise within Heerema Marine Contractors with a big mission: Grow People. Our team shapes how Heerema Marine Contractors handles personal and professional development, by implementing L&D policies and programs in coordination with internal stakeholders. Currently, we focus on optimization and expansion. We are aligning courses with our company culture, and implementing programs and initiatives to retain HMC's position at the top of the industry.

To strengthen our Learning & Development team, we seek a proactive, enthusiastic Learning & Development (L&D) Officer. One that is attracted to working in an environment which is under continuous development. For this, a flexible, pro-active attitude is a must, as well as the possession of good communication and motivational skills. You are a team player who is interested in deep-diving into technical training matter, always thinking creatively and out-of-the-box. You're not afraid to challenge others and you always work to attain the higher goal. You have a preference for program coordination, to work as a connector between internal and external clients, and you like to face challenges head-on.

As L&D officer you will work on a variety of topics and themes, such as the following:

  • Development of in-house training (e.g. for our Simulation Center);
  • Coordination & creation of e-Learnings;
  • Coordinate assessments, host development interviews and tailor made development training;
  • Design of functional department training matrices;
  • Further our Learning Management System implementation (SuccessFactors).

Stakeholder management and hands-on training facilitation are an integral part of the job.


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25-08-2017 Heerema Marine Contractors

Graduation Thesis - Sailing Tug annex Floating Breakwater

The Engineering department at HMC is responsible for the engineering of all our projects, from the installation or removal of fixed and floating platforms through to the installation of subsea pipelines and infrastructures. The department brings together people from a wide variety of technical and engineering disciplines. Within the Engineering Department Marine Engineering performs essential analyses and calculations for the transportation and installation of offshore structures. When working on location, they provide engineering support for the Vessel Management Team and the Project Team.

HMC consistently pushes the boundaries of what is possible in demanding marine conditions. We work on projects that pose unique planning and engineering challenges. Our clients rely on us to develop ground‐breaking solutions. Therefore we are currently looking for a talented Master student with a hands‐on mentality for our Marine Engineering team.

Graduation Assignment
Whether downtime of offshore lift operations is to some extent governed by the motions of the transport barges and vessels the lifted objects are lifted from or set down onto. A potential way to reduce these motions and hence reduce downtime is to execute these operations behind a large ship. Calculations indicate that a large vessel can effectively serve as a floating breakwater. To make such a big ship more economical it might be good to use the vessel as a tug as well. When outfitted as sailing ship, there is also potential to reduce emissions and fuel cost.

The goal of this internship is to assess the technical feasibility and economic sensibility of using a large carrier as sailing tug.


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23-08-2017 Heerema Marine Contractors