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Client Representative - Wind Turbine Installation

Job Title: Client Representative - Wind Turbine Installation
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Netherlands,
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 9 Months
REF: JS398_1413217693
Contact Name: Stephen Johnson
Contact Email: stephenj@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Looking for the next chapter in your Offshore Management & QC career?

Montash are currently in partnership with a leading client in the energy sector, for a Client Representative on an exciting project based offshore of the Netherlands.

This contract project is 9 months long and will consist of 2 week rotations.

In this position you will be supervising & assisting the direction of daily installation works, attending & contributing to planning and evaluation meetings, reporting directly to the installation manager, and reporting any irregularities seen.

The ideal applicant will have previous experiences with the installations of topsides (specifically with offshore wind farms); including nacelles, hubs, towers and blades. They will also be fluent in English, and preferably conversational (or fluent) in Dutch.

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