- Career advice
- CV information
- Employment advice
- Interview advice
- Career advice from our recruitment specialists
- Work for us
- About us
- Our sectors
- Our affiliations
- Our international capability
- Why Matchtech?
- Submit vacancy
- Executive search
We are looking for a project planner to join a busy vessel manufacturer offering a variety of opportunities to grow yoru career.
The main purpose of the Project planner role will be to coordinate responses to initial client requests for non-standard options (NSO) on their vessels and follow these requests through the business to delivery of the product on board the vessel. To achieve this you will work closely with all departments to come up with effective solutions. Your main responsibilities will include liaising with production and designers to overcome manufacturing issues and develop new ideas. You will be required to maintain the CAD designers schedule and communicate with existing suppliers as well as procuring new suppliers to enable effective delivery of solutions to customers requests. Plan and coordinate all non-standard option from requests through to design and back to sales for customer submission. A basic knowledge of Siemens NX is desirable but not essential.
We are looking for those with extremely strong communications skills
Proven presentation skills
Understanding of materials and basic properties of GRP/ Timber / Steels & Alloys
An awareness of mechanisms and mechanical / Electrical principles.
Please call for an informal chat to discuss the Project planner in more detail 01489 898 156 Georgina.Tapley@matchtech.com
Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.
Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.
You can not apply for this job as its status is Closed.
Popular fields of work
Top in Maritime
- Start your maritime engineering career this Seafarers week
This Seafarers Awareness Week, Scott Cook looks at the exciting career opportunities for maritime engineers
- Skilled trades in short supply in the maritime industry
The maritime industry is in desperate need for more skilled trades to help build cutting-edge warships, submarines and leisu...