Description de la fonction
Key position, as every project creates knowledge and every project depends on knowledge
• You will be key responsible to capture, gather, structure and share project information and knowledge. This major greenfield investment project embodies a new jetty, civil works on shore, tank construction, loading and unloading infrastructure, equipment, piping, pumps,.....
• You will collect data and information by interacting with different internal and external stakeholders (own project members, EPCM partner, contractors, subcontractors,...)
• You will centralize, structure and archive all the acquired information in the filing system (VMK).
• You will ensure an environment of knowledge sharing and will report directly to the Site Representatives.
Combine your technical and social skills with your eagerness to learn
• Ideally you hold a Master's degree in Engineering and you have a great interest in the gas / oil / chemical / storage industry.
• You already have experience in a similar, or quality assurance, or other relevant position in chemical/petrochemical process industry. If not, you are very ambitious and self-starting
• You are interested in knowledge building and eager to learn and you have excellent communication and interaction skills.
• You are able to structure information with a great attention to detail never losing sight of the overall picture and a logical structure.
• A proficient level of English is crucial, knowledge of Dutch or others languages are an asset.
Enriching job opportunity in a multifunctional and multicultural team
• A unique possibility to follow a major investment project in the Antwerp Harbor from A to Z, from concept to operation.
• An exciting opportunity where you can expand your knowledge, broaden your experience and meet interesting people.
• Local and International career opportunities within a top player in tank terminal business after a successful assignment.
• Responsibility and autonomy while working together with internal and external people in this international project team and at the OTAGT terminal.