Looking to recruit Naval Architect based in Copenhagen
Swire Blue Ocean is currently looking to recruit:
Naval Architect or Offshore Engineer based in our Copenhagen office
As Naval Architect or Offshore Engineer, you shall provide engineering and engineering management in relation to Swire Blue Ocean projects. You will be assigned to projects where you will be responsible for all engineering. You will be involved in all technical aspects of the project during tender stage, planning phase, execution and demobilisation.
Key duties are: Engineering management on assigned projects
Communication with all stakeholders internally and externally during project execution, e.g. Vessel crew, Clients, Suppliers, Marine Warranty Surveyors and Authorities
Optimization of project execution and vessel utilisation
General Naval Architecture
Involved in vessel modifications and optimisations
Preferred profile: A BSc or MSc in Naval Architecture, Offshore Engineering or equivalent degree
>4 years of experience within General Naval Architecture from Ship owner, Consultant, Yard, Class or other relevant Employer
Engineering and project management
Technical drawing (AutoCAD and Inventor)
You demonstrate good communication - and interpersonal skills as well as having a positive non-judgemental approach. Furthermore, you have a cooperative team-oriented attitude coupled with the ability to adapt and adjust to business requirements.
You will be referring directly to the SBO Manager – Offshore Projects.
Please forward your availability, detailed CV, recent references and salary expectations confidentially to SBO Management, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
A milestone has been reached on the Gemini Offshore Wind Park project of the coast of Holland where half of the planned 150 WTG foundations was installed on Friday August 28th 2015.
The foundation comprise of an Mono Pile and a Transition Piece weighing in total approximately 1000 tons. Pacific Osprey has been deployed out of Eemshaven, Holland carrying 3 set of full foundations for one installation cycle.
Swire Blue Ocean vessel Pacific Osprey and Van Oords Aeolus have been installing the impressive number of foundations only since July 1st 2015.
Decommissioning now also of the Gas Booster Platform B11
This weekend Pacific Osprey performed the first of a series of heavy lifts as part of the decommissioning work on the Gas Booster Platform B11, placed in the North Sea south of the Ekofisk complex. The platform with a total weight of approx. 8200mT will be decommissioned in 15 main parts with heaviest lift of 1015 tons and transported to shore by Pacific Osprey in three trips between the offshore site and the AF Environmental Base in Vats, Norway.
The attached picture shows the roof section with a weight of 220 tons which was lifted with Pacific Osprey’s 1200t main crane onto the vessel’s deck and sea fastened for safe transport.
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