(Sr / Jr) Superintendent - Dry Dock Operations

Referencenumber MIMH03011, Hamburg, Duitsland

Structural, Naval Architecture, Marine Systems & Piping, Mechanical Equipment

Are you looking for a exciting and challenging career adventure within the maritime sector?

Whether you're at the beginning of your path in the shipbuilding industry or you bring a wealth of experience, our client highly values your professional input. We're seeking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to be part of our client's Dry Dock Operations team. Based in the buzzling city of Hamburg  with occasional international offshore travels, you will be executing repair / maintenance / upgrades to the cruise vessels during dry dock season.

If you're passionate about ship handling, safety, and want to make a significant contribution to a top shipyard's success, then this position is perfect for you!


Your Responsibilities:

  • Safety First: Your primary responsibility will be to support and lead occupational health and safety activities, ensuring the well-being of our team during Dry Dock operations.
  •  Planning Expertise: Assist in the meticulous planning and execution of Dry Dock projects, including side and flow chart planning. You'll also be involved in generating reports, statistics, and analyzing yard processes.
  • Financial Stewardship: Contribute to the management of Dry Dock budgets, helping us make cost-effective decisions that drive efficiency and profitability.
  • OHS Standards: Play a pivotal role in updating and maintaining occupational health and safety standards and procedures to ensure compliance and a safe working environment.
  • Team Leadership: As a vital part of our yard team, you'll actively participate in leading OHS processes throughout the Dry Dock execution.

Job requirements

  • A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in marine engineering, shipbuilding, or ship operation is essential. A Master’s degree will be a valuable asset.
  • You should have at least 3+ years of professional experience in ship handling or the shipyard business. Training in occupational health and safety is a must, demonstrating your commitment to safety. 
  •  A very good command of the English language is required to effectively communicate and collaborate in our international work environment. German proficiency is an absolute plus! 
  • Exposure to cruise vessels is high preference
  • Proficient computer skills in MS Office will empower you to excel in this role.


Could this role be your next career step? Apply now and let's discuss the opportunity in detail. Depending on the professional and personal situation, the role comes with an attractive remuneration package. We would like to explain the offer in a personal conversation..

Please reach out to Selin Tezel - stezel@middlepoint.nl 

Company Profile

Working for our client in Hamburg, Germany offers the chance to join a global leader in the cruise industry, with opportunities for career growth in a diverse and dynamic work environment. Whether you're drawn to the allure of international travel, the potential for competitive compensation, or the excitement of contributing to an ever-evolving industry, our client provides a unique and rewarding work experience.

Be a part of an organization that creates exciting opportunity to collaborate with a diverse group of international experts in a lively and dynamic work atmosphere. Our client fosters an inclusive environment that values open communication, respect, continuous improvement, active listening, and empowerment. Come be a part of their team and help shape the future of maritime excellence.