Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Technical Inspector

Referentienummer MIAO03035, South Holland , Nederland

Mechanical Equipment
We are working alongside our client to recruit for a Technical Inspector with ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION (E & I) background to efficiently manage the maintenance, repair and modifications of all vessels, yards and equipment, efficiently and sustainably.  You will be part of the technical team assigned with the daily management of the repair and maintenance of the vessels. This includes project management of investment projects, dockings and project modifications. 


As as Electrical and Instrumentation Technical Inspector, your main responsibilities include:

  • Assist Vessel Management Teams in the daily technical management of designated equipment.
  • Collaborate with and aid the crew in their day-to-day tasks.
  • Coordinate with departments regarding the scope of work.
  • Specify the Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) scope of work and propose maintenance and repair suggestions (R&M proposals).
  • Develop schedules and budgets and seek approval for them.
  • Identify the need for third-party service engineers, obtain approval, and arrange their visits onboard.
  • Oversee the engineering, installation, and commissioning of new or modified E&I equipment.
  • Ensure compliance with flag state legislation, classification society, and International Maritime Organization (IMO) standards.
  • Advocate for the implementation of new technologies to enhance efficiency, sustainability, and cost-effectiveness, and support improvement projects.
  • Plan and participate in Dynamic Positioning (DP) annual and periodic trials for the designated assets.
  • Maintain up-to-date technical documentation and history related to the vessel and equipment.

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A strong preference will be given to candidates with:

  • Currently based and  have experience working in The Netherlands; must have existing rights to work in The Netherlands.
  • BSc/MSc degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field.
  • At least 3 years of pertinent experience within the offshore, dredging, construction, or shipbuilding sector.
  • Proficiency in the rules and regulations of classification agencies and the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
  • Strong command of the English language, both written and spoken.


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.


Our client is a leading offshore contractor, specialized in offshore pipeline installation and subsea construction. The company has global experience in a wide array of subsea construction and offshore projects. Portfolio of their comprehensive services include project management as well as engineering, from conceptual design to installation and commissioning phase. The organization highly values technology and innovation and therefore continuously develops new concepts and applications. A daring company focused on challenging projects, a strong international orientation and a clear drive to remain in the forefront of offshore technology.