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Hessels & van Rooij Engineering B.V. (HVR Engineering) is based in Eindhoven and an independent mechanical engineering consultancy that is part of the IHC IQIP group. With seven employees, it concentrates on strength and lifetime calculations, as well as simulations and consultancy with regards to hydraulic and mechanical drive technology. In addition, HVR Engineering focuses on equipment aimed at offshore constructions and ships in particular. This includes the development of foundations for offshore wind installations and services for the main water defences in The Netherlands, for example at Oosterscheldekering and the Maeslantkering. As well as performing calculations, HVR Engineering is specialist in carrying out measurements on components and systems to verify calculation models, in addition to detecting and solving possible problems in equipment and constructions. HVR Engineering has been working for a number of highly renowned and diverse companies within the Dutch industry for over 30 years. Due to expanding business demands, it is now looking for an experienced Project Engineer to join its growing team.
As Project Engineer Measurement Technique and Simulation you will be responsible for independently setting up technology and carrying out project measurements. This will also include the management of the existing measurement equipment, as well as further developing and expanding the technology and software used by HVR Engineering in Eindhoven. The measurements will be carried out on hydraulic components, hydraulic and mechanical drives, and floating installation constructions in (among other things) the automotive and offshore oriented fields. This includes:
- assessing systems
- setting up a method of approach and any associated planning for the measurements required for components and/or systems
- independently carrying out analysis and reporting
- discussing any results with the customer.
As Project Engineer Measurement Technique and Simulation you must have a mechanical engineering degree and a strong affinity for carrying out measurements on components and systems. Knowledge of the programs Matlab/Simulink, Mathcad, C#, and C is desirable but not essential. You will have a passion for the industry, including carrying out measurements, both onshore and offshore. In addition, you will have strong communication skills that you will utilise with both customers and colleagues. You will be someone who likes to take on a challenge and can pick up projects relating to measurement technology and activities, as well as have an interest in developing processes in the future. You will be based in Eindhoven and should be prepared to travel for your job both in The Netherlands and abroad.
Please note, only candidates with a valid EU work visa will be considered as viable candidates. An online assessment and screening can form part of the recruitment process.
As Project Engineer Measurement Technique and Simulation at Hessels & van Rooij Engineering in Eindhoven, we offer you an exciting role, that will enable you to develop your skills in a professional technical organisation where you will come into contact with the latest technologies both internally and when working at customer locations.
As Project Engineer Measurement Technique and Simulation, you will work at Hessels & van Rooij Engineering in Eindhoven an independent mechanical engineering consultancy that is part of the IHC IQIP group. IHC IQIP was set up in 2015 from a merger of the IHC FUNDEX Equipment, IHC Hydrohammer, IHC Handling Systems and IHC Sea Steel business units. With a total of over 200 years of combined experience and expertise, IHC IQIP designs build and supplies fully integrated, innovative solutions for onshore and offshore installations, foundations and dismantling. This meets the needs of customers in the civil construction, offshore wind and offshore oil and gas markets.
Hessels & van Rooij Engineering in Eindhoven is a no-nonsense organisation, where colleagues respect each other and combine their responsibility with the flexibility that is required for a small team to function optimally. As a professional that knows the value of the customer, your input will be valued and is an important component in the further growth of Hessels & van Rooij Engineering in the specialist area of measurement technology.
IHC IQIP is part of Royal IHC (IHC), the global market leader in the construction of specialized ships for wet mining and dredging activities, and an important player in the field of complex custom-built offshore ships. However, we do not stop there. For every ship, we also develop advanced equipment that is integrated seamlessly. In addition, we offer life-cycle support to our customers, which is available worldwide and for the lifetime of our products. If you look at our customer base, you will find prominent dredging companies, oil and gas conglomerates, offshore contractors and national governments. With offices worldwide, IHC has an international orientation. Today we have 3,000 colleagues working in various locations across The Netherlands and overseas. For more information about IHC please check www.royalihc.com.
Are you interested in the position of Project Engineer Measurement Technique and Simulation and do you recognise yourself in the job description? Please respond directly through our website: www.royalihc.com/careers or by using the apply button. For more information about Royal IHC, the vacancy and the application process, please visit www.royalihc.com or call the Staffing department on +31 (0)88-015 4444.
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