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Engineer, Marine Systems (FPSO/FLNG) - Basingstoke (Hybrid working)

Basingstoke, Hampshire
Engineer, Marine Systems (FPSO/FLNG)

Location: Basingstoke (Hybrid working)

Please advise rate sought (INSIDE IR35)

Client operates a SmartWorking policy allowing personnel to work for up to 12 working days/month from home or a similar secure location and this 12 days can be available even where personnel are on leave for a portion of the month. As such, they expect a minimum of 60% home working to be available for individuals who wish to take advantage of this.

Duration:   12 months plus

Start date: ASAP

Worker Status – PAYE / Umbrella (INSIDE IR35)

A Marine Systems Engineer is required as part of the Naval and Marine Operation Team in Basingstoke, UK to support Eni’s activities worldwide on different projects and provide technical leadership within the naval and marine operation discipline. Supporting review and monitoring of currently ongoing projects for new floating LNG and FPSO facilities.

Candidate's qualifications, professional experience and skills required for the position Candidate must be highly experienced with the writing of technical specifications and functional requirements for the marine systems in FPSO and FLNG, during the Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) and execution on FPSO/FLNG projects. Specific skill sets in the design of cargo loading, storage and offtake systems, slop and drain systems, bilge and ballast systems, Inert Gas, production distribution and venting, diesel power generation and their auxiliary systems, fresh water production, compressed air, etc. Knowledge of Classification Society Rules, SOLAS, MARPOL as applicable to FPSO and FLNG would be a major advantage for this position. Experience of working on or monitoring of FEED and EPC LNG projects, Seagoing experience as second/chief engineer, experience in working with Oil Tankers/ LNG Carriers, past experience as a Classification Society surveyor or Tanker/LNG Ship Vetting engineer, OPITO certified for offshore travel would be preferable to cover this position.
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