Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) Project Engineer - Commissioning and Aftersales

Referencenumber MIAO03076, Hoofddorp , Nederland

Electrical & Instrumentation

If you're interested in a role that combines office responsibilities with hands-on Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) work both on-site and in a global context, this job opportunity might be the perfect fit for you!

This position is based in our client’s beautiful and conveniently located office in Hoofddorp, The Netherlands.


As Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) Project Engineer - Commissioning and Aftersales,  you will be part of our client’s international service team. You blend technical expertise with sales and project management skills. Joining a diverse group of engineering professionals, the company collectively assists clients in optimizing their supplied systems and products. These include everything from spare parts supply and technical support, to hands-on installation of control system upgrades. You'll stay in regular contact with clients, making on-site visits for inspections and overseeing upgrade scopes.

For new build projects, you may be involved in commissioning installations, from the fabrication yard to the final stages after offshore installation. Beyond theoretical E&I knowledge, you'll provide essential hands-on support, working with equipment such as control systems, telemetry systems, and communication equipment.

Your role extends to offering operational performance insights on existing systems, sharing this information within the department, and delivering regular reports to the Department Head (and Project Manager if assigned).

Job requirements

To  be considered for this position, you must be or have:

  • No visa sponsorship will be provided for this role.  EU nationality or candidates with existing rights to work in The Netherlands is a mandatory requirement for this position.
  • Demonstrate over 3 years of relevant experience in the Offshore / Maritime industry, showcasing the ability to identify and resolve E&I-related problems.
  • A Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Field is nice to have but equivalent Secondary Vocational education complemented with several years of field experience is also desired. 
  • Able to Initiate improvements and work independently with strong communication and organizational skills.
  • Exhibit proficiency in English, both verbally and in writing.
  • Be prepared to travel and work offshore periodically. Assignments typically last for two weeks, with an average of five assignments per year.
  • Showcase computer literacy, particularly in MS Office.


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 April Ozen || +31 (0)6 24 896 009 ||

Company Profile

Our client  is a prominent service provider in the global offshore industry, specializing in top-tier floating production units and infrastructure. The company's primary focus involves the development, engineering, and construction of offshore installations. A significant aspect of their business is the operation of floating oil production systems, leading to the establishment of two branches: one dedicated to technical projects and another to operations. 

While project management and execution take place at the main office in the Netherlands, operational support and management are extended to installations operating worldwide. The organization is distinguished by its robust technological orientation and commitment to achieving operational excellence.

This family-owned business provides a working environment characterized by the dedicated commitment of colleagues and opportunities for personal development, shaping the way individuals engage in their tasks.