Would you like to help us give our customers eyes under water?
EIVA is an engineering company operating in the international maritime industry. We offer hardware, software and services such as rental, maintenance and training to customers specialising in offshore wind, oil and gas, and construction, just to name a few. Consequently, there is a lot of specialised equipment in play.
We’re on the lookout for a service technician/engineer for a full-time position to work in close collaboration with our team of engineers, technicians and surveyors in assisting our world-wide customer base, ensuring that they can successfully map oceans, discover forgotten mines and build wind turbines.
You will be working out of our headquarters in Stilling, Denmark (just one minute away from E45 and 15 minutes away from Aarhus), with 20-30 travelling days per year when we send you abroad to assist customers on site for commissioning and maintenance tasks. Consequently, you will need to live in Denmark or be prepared to move here.
Please note that this is not a freelance position, as we are looking for a full-time employee.
Your tasks will include…
- Maintenance of equipment, together with other miscellaneous workshop tasks
- Design of custom solutions based on equipment such as GPS, motion sensors, VHF/UHF radio, etc
- Production/assembly of EIVA-manufactured equipment
Moreover, when customers are in need of on-site mobilisation of survey equipment and electronics as well as hands-on training (for those customers who might not have experience with the equipment themselves), we may send you to assist them. Also, you may be involved in harbour acceptance tests and the like.
We offer you the chance to…
- Work with high-end, innovative technology
- Get an exciting and challenging position where the days seldom resemble each other
- Work in an inspiring environment where freedom under responsibility is a key parameter
- Benefit from attractive terms of employment in a company where 20th and even 25th anniversaries are not a rare sight
The ideal candidate…
- Holds a university or technical degree in electronics engineering
- Possesses strong English skills, both verbally and in writing
- Is precise, structured and detail-oriented, no matter how many or how varied the tasks get
- Is able to document and communicate relevant information both to internal and external parties – test results, status/solutions on projects, etc
- Is motivated to quickly develop product and application expertise
- Has knowledge of system design
- Has a positive and proactive approach to his/her work
- Is service-minded and flexible, with the ability to meet deadlines and fulfil requirements in a fast-changing environment
- Is familiar with equipment like GPS/RTK, gyros, VHF/UHF radios, LiDAR, multi-beams etc
- Holds an EU passport, and has a driving licence – and sea legs :)
Moreover, you find working in an international environment and travelling interesting – alone or together with others from a team, and sometimes on short notice.
Candidates familiar with instruments for operation above and below the water surface in interaction with sensors and sonar equipment will be considered to be at an advantage. Especially if you have all the necessary offshore certificates.
However, we know that we operate in a niche industry, so if you’re new to the offshore world, we’ll equip you with the necessary introduction to the technologies you'll be working with before you’re thrown into the EIVA waters.
When you’re part of the EIVA crew…
… you’re part of a company with a very informal and open workplace culture where it is possible to make your mark if you see undiscovered opportunities.
We value proper balance between work and private life and offer various benefits such as a pension scheme and health insurance, a canteen that no one leaves with an empty stomach, and an active social calendar.
Ready to dive in?
If we have caught your attention, send your application and CV to email@example.com. Please include ‘Service technician/engineer’ in the subject line of your email.
All applications will be handled with discretion. Interviews will be held immediately, with the new crew member starting as soon as possible.
For further information, please contact Hardware Development Manager Martin Kristensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +45 8628 2011.