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AKER SOLUTIONS Aker Solutions provides oilfield products, systems and services forcustomers in the oil and gas industry world-wide. Aker Solutions brings together engineering and technologies for oil andgas drilling, field development and production. The company employs approximately 28,000 people in morethan 30 countries. Aker Solutions ASA is the parent company in the group, which consists of anumber of separate legal entities. Aker Solutions have companies in 25 Norwegian locations, and have 48separate legal entities in Norway.

AKER SOLUTIONS Aker Solutions have 452 vacancies right now world wide. 291 of these vacancies are within different engineering disciplines. In Norwegian locations, Aker Solutions have 152 vacancies. More than 90 of these vacancies are for engineers.

AKER SOLUTIONS Aker Solutions only accept applications through their onlinerecruitment system. Aker Solutions have graduate trainee programmes andsummer internships. Many Portuguese engineers have already been employed inthe company, either directly or hired through arecruitment/consultant agency.

QMATEC GROUP Qmatec was founded in 2003 and employs 57 people in total. Qmatec is a consultancy company, that hire out their engineers to othercompanies. Qmatec also have in-house projects. The main company is located in Grimstad, southern Norway. Several Portuguese has been employed by Qmatec. The company normally do not employ graduates, but look for engineerswith 2 years of experience.

QMATEC GROUP Qmatec look for mechanical design engineers with skills in 3D (Inventor,Solidworks, Pro-E, PDMS). Qmatec also look for structural engineers who are competent in analysisand calculations of steel structures) career/130-careermechanical-design-engineers.html Norsafe is the global market leader in marine life-saving systems for themerchant and offshore markets. Norsafe s has several offices and production sites, but the main office islocated in Arendal, southern Norway. Norsafe has got production companies located in China and Greece.

NORSAFE The product range covers most needs for lifeboats, rescue boats,daughtercrafts and davits:– Conventional lifeboats up to 140 persons.Free fall lifeboats up to 90 persons.Fast rescue boats up to 12 meters.Military & Proffessional boats up to 12 meters. Norsafe manufactures the largest free fall lifeboat in the world, certifiedfor a drop height of 47 meters, and has also received several DesignAwards for its products.

NORSAFE Norsafe are looking to recruit mechanical/structural engineers and navalarchitets. Candidates who have experience/knowledge of compositematerials are preferred. Engineers – boat– Mechanical engineers with experience in design, using AutoCad 3D and Inventor– Technical documentation Engineers – davit– 3D design and element analysis– Contact with customers and suppliers all over the world, as well as authorities in chargeof approvals.– Knowledge of AutoCad 3D, Inventor, Staad III and Ansys Candidates can send their CV and cover letter to Contact person is Mr Jan Ivar Evensen, cell 47 91 64 88 68

PALFINGER DREGGEN PALFINGER DREGGEN has long traditions in serving the worldwideshipbuilding and oil and gas industry with customized marine cranes andlifting equipment. PALFINGER DREGGEN’s main manufacturing site and head quarters iscentrally located in Bergen, Norway, with additional production facilities inPoland, Korea and Brazil. Palfinger Dreggen is part of the Palfinger Group, which have itsheadquarters in Salzburg, Austria. The products of Palfinger are lifting solutions for use on commercialvehicles and in the maritime field.

PALFINGER s/offshore-and-marine-cranes Market Areas– Design and production of cranes and lifting equipment for the marine and offshoreindustries– Service and overhaul of cranes and lifting equipment– Rebuilding, upgrades and refurbishment of lifting equipment– Certification and documentation updates

PALFINGER DREGGENVacanciesService engineer (mechanical or electrical engineer).Requirements 2-5 years of experience from service and maintenance ofmachinery and lling?sort akt&rpp 50&q palfinger dreggen&p 0&ID 6777704&rv alSenior electrical engineer. Design of electrical system, specify components ofelectrical systems and prepare technical documentation according to theTechnical department. Technical support for service ling?sort akt&rpp 50&q palfinger dreggen&p 0&ID 6772915&rv al

PALFINGER DREGGENVacanciesSenior project engineer. Project management according to customers andclass requirements. Project related document control. Project cost andtime control. Client and supplier contact. Follow-up project with suppliers,technical department and production ling?sort akt&rpp 50&q palfinger dreggen&p 0&ID 6744732&rv al

ORIGO rigo-Solutions-AS/ Origo Engineering was acquired by ALIGN, who established Origo Solutionsin 2011. Origo Solutions offers a wide range of safety, automation and controlsolutions as well as engineering competence to the marked. Headoffice in Kristiansand, southern Norway. About 90 employees. Regional offices in three other Norwegian towns (Arendal, Stavanger andPorgrunn) and in Copenhagen.

ORIGO SOLUTIONS Origo Solutions is a complete EPCI-C contractor within technical areas suchas Electrical, Instrumentation, Automation, Process Control, TechnicalSafety and Telecom. Origo provide products, services and turnkey solutions for complete safetyinstrumented systems. The deliveries include fire & gas detection, a rangeof safety control systems, including alarms and indication.

ORIGO SOLUTIONSVacancies Origo Solutions have no active vacancies on their home page now, but willbe looking to recruit electro and electrical engineers in the close future. They will be looking for:– Engineers with PLC-programming experience– Engineers with experience from automation and instrumentationCvs can be sent

NAV EURES EURES advisers in Norway receive many vacancies for engineers. If youwant them to have access to your CV, please send CV to:eures@nav.noThank you for your attention!Eli Skaug SyvertsenEURES

PALFINGER DREGGEN PALFINGER DREGGEN has long traditions in serving the worldwide shipbuilding and oil and gas industry with customized marine cranes and lifting equipment. PALFINGER DREGGEN’s main manufacturing site and head quarters is centrally located in Bergen, Norway, with addi

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