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14. August 2021
3. September 2021
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Take up the challenge as a Senior Maritime Electrical Engineer in the Electrical and Automation department at our Copenhagen headquarters.

Designing a next-generation carbon-neutral ship is an essential part of Maersk’s ambitious sustainability target. We are looking for a strong and visionary electrical engineer in our Fleet Technology department that will contribute towards the Maersk zero carbon shipping journey.

Fleet Technology is a specialized maritime engineering competence center. The department is responsible for the complete project lifecycle for newbuilding, ship retrofitting and conversions, ship recycling, technical innovation and a variety of other specialist technical services to the Maersk fleet of more than 300 container vessels.We offer
An exciting role with the world’s largest vessel operator, where you will play a key role in designing vessels of the future.
You will be part of projects with a large variation in complexity and size, from small investigations to large fleet-wide retrofit projects impacting the way the fleet is operated.

You will be part of a dynamic and international organization with your electrical colleagues located in Copenhagen covering the technical disciplines of ship technology.
In this position, you will have an opportunity to acquire skills and knowledge in the following areas:NewbuildingRetrofitShip management supportTechnical innovationBusiness case development.
You will work in close co-operation with Machinery and Naval Architect colleagues in Fleet Technology as well as our Fleet Management & Technology colleagues responsible for managing the fleet.Key responsibilities
As Senior Maritime Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for managing Newbuilding projects within electrical, automation, navigation, advanced control engineering and communication discipline.
Key tasks:Manage the Fleet Electrification program execution in cooperation with internal and external stakeholders.Manage electrical and automation retrofit projects as required, including defining scope, planning, execution and cost saving validation.Assist in design and developments of future vessel electrical and automation systems.Act as Subject Matter Expert for projects in close cooperation with internal and external stakeholders.
Preparing and reviewing technical specifications and drawings, and partaking in negotiations with shipyards and suppliers.Participate in project commissioning as required to ensure performance according to specifications.We are looking for
A Marine or Electrical Engineer with a passion for design and engineering of electrical and automation systems onboard vessels. A minimum of 5 years work experience from an organization focusing on ship design possibly covering newbuilding and/or retrofit of container vessels.
Preferably holding some experience as project manager or engineer in implementation of large complex electrical and automation projects onboard vessels.
Process-driven background and proactive in formulating strategies with a keen interest in maritime electrification. Experience in the area of wind turbines or wind farms will be an advantage.
In-depth understanding of concept design and integration of different electrical, automation and navigation systems onboard (covering diesel–electric vessels, medium-voltage DC grid and smart/microgrid configurations with batteries, solar PV, fuel cells, flywheels and super capacitors) will be an advantage.
Has an international mindset and shows excitement to engage and deal with multiple stakeholders even in challenging situations.
Preferably has experience in supervising and leading small technical team of engineers on site.
Demonstrates strong technical and analytical skills.
Understanding of business case development will be an advantage.
Good communication in English written and verbal, with presentation and facilitation skills.
In return, there will be plenty of room for personal development as well as the opportunity to help progress the leading edge of shipping.