Quality Inspectors (Machinery)

Referentienummer MIMH03024, Wismar , Duitsland

Safety, Health, Environment & Quality
We are seeking for a Quality Inspector (Machinery/ Piping / Systems) in North Germany to assist in the completion of one of the latest and largest luxury cruise vessels. This is a great opportunity to be part of one of the biggest shipyards. Your duties will include conducting quality inspections, identify and promptly adress any defects and generate comprehensive quality reports. 


  • Conduct thorough quality inspections on various construction projects, which may include assessments of machinery, piping and systems.
  • Ensure strict adherence to industry standards and stringent safety protocols throughout all project phases.
  • Identify and promptly address any defects, deviations, or non-compliance issues, offering effective recommendations for resolution.
  • Generate comprehensive quality reports that highlight findings, recommendations, and progress tracking.
  • Keep abreast of evolving industry regulations, standards, and best practices to maintain the highest level of quality control.

Functie eisen

  • A Bachelor's degree in Engineering or equivalent relevant experience in the field.
  • Proven prior experience in Quality Control within the construction or manufacturing industry.
  • In-depth knowledge of quality control principles, methodologies, and tools.
  • Exceptional attention to detail and a keen problem-solving mindset.
  • Effective communication skills, both written and verbal, and a strong team player.
  • EU Citizenship or German Blue Card


  •  Competitive Salary;
  •  Net allowance of € 150,- monthly (with a maximum of €3000,- over a period of 12 months, after which this is terminated);   
  •  Pension insurance;
  •  Paid National Holidays (approx. 10 days per year); 
  •  Paid sick leave;
  •  Paid overtime;
  •  Commuting costs: it’s up to a maximum of €50,- per month, with the 'Deutschland-Ticket,' as it is commonly referred to; -
  •  Assistance with your relocation, i.e. registration, legal and fiscal matters, and housing advice.


The company that forms the heart of the maritime industry in Northern Germany specializes in the development and construction of luxurious expedition mega-yachts and technologically advanced cruise ships. With an impressive history of over 2,500 new builds for tourism, the Arctic, logistics, and the offshore industry, the company possesses broad expertise and state-of-the-art production facilities. Their globally unique achievements are evident in an impressive construction program, including the successful delivery of luxury river cruise ships, expedition yachts, and ocean line