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Chief Maritime Engineer Vacancy with ARUP Ireland
by ARUP Ireland

ARUP, an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services currently have a requirement for a Chief Maritime Engineer to join our Irish Maritime Engineering team.

Based in the Dublin office, the ideal candidate will be looking to further their career and gain invaluable experience within an established multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy.

The Dublin based Maritime Engineering team is servicing all of our European offices with maritime engineering skills and works together with our worldwide maritime engineering centres in UKMEA, America’s, Far East and Australia. This is a permanent role and offers the successful candidate long-term and international opportunities.

The successful candidate will be involved in a diverse and challenging range of maritime projects. They  will work closely together with the Maritime Team Leader and will be responsible for the further development of maritime skills within the team. He/she will act as final reviewer of the work of more junior engineers.  The team is currently working on port and harbour designs, quay wall design, flooding, coastal, dredging and ocean energy projects.

For more information and to apply, access this link.

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