Job ID : 29209
Location : Vienna : Opernring 1 / E / 620 (LR L000005)
Position Category : Surveyor
Department : AT175300 : VNA-ENERGY (AT175300)
Position Type : Employee Regular
Education Required : See Job Description
Experience Required : See Job Description
Relocation Provided :
Surveyor Equipment & Components
Are you a mechanical engineer with a passion for marine, offshore and industrial components? Do you want to work in a technical environment where you can use your expertise to share with clients and contribute to safety?
Then working as a Surveyor for Lloyd’s Register is something for you! We will offer you a challenging job opportunity and the possibility to develop yourself and realise your ambitions.
What are you going to do?
In this varied role you will work closely with our clients and provide advice. You will assess the design / production / in service aspects of engineering assets, using procedures,
experience and knowledge appropriate for routine situations. You are involved in direct surveys of mechanical or electrical parts and components for the use in a maritime or industry environment
at manufacturer’s works and periodical or initial inspections of manufacturer’s works. You present the deliverable to the client and are able to come up with solutions where needed.
With your commercial eagerness you will find additional business opportunities.
You work closely together with the local team and provide guidance where needed and further improve the way we work.
Applicable Codes and Standards : LR Rules and Regulations, Specifications and Procedures, IACS Unified Requirements, EN / ISO / IEC Standards, national and international pressure vessel codes or other applicable codes.
Main area to be covered : Austria
Base location recommended : Steiermark
Who are we looking for? (Technical / professional qualifications)
Degree as mechanical engineer (B.Eng. / B.Sc. / M.Eng. / M.Sc. or equivalent)
Resident at area stated above, working within the local team or from home base to serve clients on site.
Ability and willingness to travel mainly within the area above and on a case by case basis within the region (including Southeast Germany, Slowakia, Slowenia)
Proficiency in the German and English language commensurate with the work.
Having a Welding Engineer (EWE / IWE) qualification is an advantage
The following optional qualifications and requirements would be useful :
NDE / NDT ISO 9712 Level II and / or III (UT or MT or PT or VT) of advantage
Knowledge on Materials, pressure vessels or steel construction of advantage
Knowledge on various manufacturing processes e.g. welding, machining, milling etc. of advantage
Ability and willingness to further develop knowledge for electrical inspections on Low and High Voltage Equipment (rotating machines and control equipment)
Ability and willingness to discuss technical and commercial issues internally and externally from workshop level up to quality department.
About Lloyd’s Register
The Lloyd’s Register Group (LR) is an independent risk management organisation that helps to improve our clients’ quality, safety, environmental and business performance throughout the world.
This is mirrored in our mission statement working together for a safer world .
LR is a global engineering, technical and business services organisation and a maritime classification society, wholly owned by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a UK charity dedicated to research
and education in science and engineering for the benefit of the community at large.
Our expertise and activities cover Marine, Energy (Oil, Gas, Chemicals and Power), Management Systems and other asset-intensive industries.
Are you interested in this job? Apply now via the apply’ button and upload your C.V. and cover letter. If you have any questions regarding this vacancy,
you can contact Derek Meeng (Corporate Recruiter - Europe), by phone T +31 (0)10 20 14 21 5 or email derek.meeng lr.org.
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