The Swiss-based Allseas Group S.A. is a global leader in offshore pipeline installation and subsea construction. The company employs over 2500 people worldwide and operates a versatile fleet of specialised heavy-lift, pipelay and support vessels, designed and developed in-house.
Dynamism, inventiveness, rapid progress and a no-nonsense approach are our distinguishing qualities. Through the development of an in-house know-how we develop new techniques and innovative solutions to meet the market’s ever changing needs.
At Allseas, we continuously develop new techniques and applications to stay ahead in an ever changing industry. This requires people with creativity and a can-do attitude. If you have the courage to look beyond the possibilities of today and foresee the needs and technical possibilities of tomorrow, we have a wide range of career opportunities to offer across a variety of disciplines.
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At Allseas we are continuously developing new techniques and applications to stay ahead in an ever changing industry. This requires people with creativity and a can-do attitude. If you have the courage to look beyond the possibilities of today and foresee the needs and technical possibilities of tomorrow, we have a wide range of career opportunities to offer across a variety of disciplines in our offices.
You are in charge of both your career and personal development at Allseas. There are many possibilities for aspiring engineers with problem solving skills and commitment to develop and grow in various technological areas.
Whether you work as an R&D engineer, a heavy lift engineer or a naval architect, we encourage you to be bold, technical creative and to go beyond the trodden path. At Allseas, we make sure our solutions will really work by trying it out from all angles, through all analyses, with all conceivable tests, for all conceivable applications. Do you have trust in your own vision and the courage to pursue it? Join the pioneers and bright minds at Allseas. Find a job in our vacancies search engine.
Working offshore on one of our vessels means that you are at the heart of the action and taking an active part in shaping the future of the offshore industry. Our offshore crew members are dedicated and determined to get the job done efficiently without losing sight of safety.
On board the vessels, our marine and construction crew work 12-hour shifts based on a schedule of five weeks on and five weeks off.
The marine crew comprises three main teams: nautical, technical and catering. The nautical crew is responsible for sailing the vessel; the technical crew (engineers and mechanics) maintains the installations and equipment on board such as the main engines and electrical plant; the catering crew (cooks and stewards) provides catering and cleaning related services for all crew on board.
The construction crew co-ordinates and executes all the preparatory work in the pipeline factory, providing the services necessary for the vessel to execute Allseas’ core business, pipeline installation. To this end, welders work together with bevel machine operators, coating operators, riggers and quality inspectors.
If your heart lies at sea, look for opportunities in our crew vacancies.
Be decisive about your future… join Allseas.
At Allseas, you get the chance to work with and learn from some of the brightest minds in the industry. For students in the last phase of their studies, we offer a variety of interesting full-time and part-time internships and graduation projects in a challenging, dynamic and innovative environment where freedom and responsibility go hand in hand. Every year dozens of positions are made available to students with all kinds of backgrounds, strengths and interests.
An internship, graduation assignment or student job aims to familiarise you with our technology, our business and the current issues driving and shaping the offshore market. Students at Allseas learn about how we solve the technical challenges of building cutting-edge technology, and get a taste of what it is like to work on a multidisciplinary project responsible for gathering, testing and delivering the final solution.
If you are currently studying a technical subject at a HBO/WO (BSc/MSc) level and you are interested in a challenging and rewarding internship, graduation assignment or student job with Allseas, you can use the online application form via vacancies.
To stay ahead of the industry, we are developing tomorrow’s technology today, transforming bold ideas into state-of-the-art solutions to meet the market’s ever changing needs. Do you trust your own vision and have the courage to pursue it? Then join the thinkers, leaders and visionaries at Allseas!
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an efficient and pro-active Production Engineer to join our Pipeline Production Department (PPD) in Delft, the Netherlands. As Production Engineer you will have a central role within the Allseas organisation in order to maintain our success as a pipelay contractor. This Department is responsible for the preparation of all offshore welding, non-destructive testing (NDT) and field joint coating.
The Production Engineer is responsible for the set-up and optimisation of the pipeline production process on-board our fleet of world-leading pipelay vessels. He is a linking pin between all pipeline production disciplines and provides input to the vessels, departments, project teams, subcontractors and suppliers.
Apply for the role as Production Engineer by clicking ‘Apply’.
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Oil & Gas
0 - 2 years
2 - 5 years
5 - 10 Years
|Job Location:||Delft, Netherlands|
|Keywords:||Mechanical Engineering, production processes, associated theories, oil, gas, onshore, offshore, pipeline, vessels|