International Panel Builder Naval Ships – Schiedam – Internationaal

Introduction

As an International Panel Builder, you will be involved in installing or modifying refits of panels on board naval vessels. You will prepare your work in the workshop in Schiedam and then travel to a ship to install and wire the panels.

Organization

At RH Marine, we realise system integration of electrical and automation systems on board naval vessels, submarines and superyachts. A complex but fascinating field of work full of innovations. Every ship is custom-made for the customer and after christening, we remain responsible for maintenance and upgrades. So it remains ‘our baby’ throughout the lifecycle.

The Installation Defence Safety & Security department deals with installing and wiring panels on board naval vessels and submarines, such as (main) switchboards, distribution panels, control cabinets and drive systems. For this department, we are looking for an itinerant Panel Mechanic who will work on ships in the Netherlands and worldwide. This is a full-time position and the location is Schiedam.

Function

As an International Panel Builder, you will be involved in installing or modifying refits of panels on board naval vessels. You will prepare your work in the workshop in Schiedam and then travel to a ship to install and wire the panels. In practice, you will work about half the time abroad and the other half in the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, these are shipyards in Vlissingen and Den Helder, worldwide you may be deployed in Australia, England, Canada or Singapore, for example.

Besides the fun, informal team of engineers you will be working in, you will also have regular contact with your colleagues from Commissioning. They test the products you have connected. Your duties will include:

  • Adapting and installing electrical installations, following instructions, drawings and (connection) data from a database;
  • Setting up, assembling and wiring switchboards, consoles, control panels and desks;
  • Reading work preparation data (drawings, parts lists and wiring lists);
  • Registering changes on the relevant drawings and implementing them;
  • Ensuring that all necessary materials and tools are present and ready for use;
  • Ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations.

Requirements

As an International Panel Builder, you work in a structured way and have an eye for detail. Working safely and following the rules goes without saying for you. You enjoy your work and like to deliver quality, so that commissioning runs smoothly for your colleagues. You have no problem travelling nationally and internationally to work on site. You are independent and able to carry out occasional projects on your own. Furthermore, you have:

  • Completed MBO level 3 education;
  • Knowledge of panel building, materials, standards and regulations;
  • Reading drawings (EPLAN and Autocad);
  • Valid NEN3140 certificate or willing to obtain one;
  • Valid VCA certificate and willing to obtain a VCA-VOL;
  • Good, clear communication, both in writing and orally in Dutch and English.

Offer

A great company to work for with a rich history and a bright future, with a strong focus on innovation. You will join a highly experienced team (m/f) where quality is paramount. The collegiality is great; a good atmosphere and cooperation is indispensable to successfully carry out our complex work. The end result is always a beautiful sailing ship on which everything works. Work you can be proud of! Naturally, we provide practical support during your stay abroad and safe working in connection with corona. The terms of employment are as follows:

  • A salary between €2,606, – and €3,773, – gross per month;
  • 8% holiday pay;
  • 25 holidays and 13 ADV days;
  • A fixed annual gratuity;
  • A variable profit share;
  • A good pension scheme via PMT.

Application

Other informationApply via the apply directly button. Are you interested but still have a question? Then please contact Frank Schram at frank.schram@rhmarine.com or 06-82048276.

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