Project Engineer (LNG) – London

Project Engineer (LNG) – Permanent – London (Hybrid) – Excellent package

This is an excellent opportunity to join a global ship owner and management company based in their London office.

This role may suit an experienced Chief/2nd Engineer sailing on LNG carriers who is looking to move ashore or perhaps a Technical Superintendent who would prefer to work in more of a project focused role than day to day technical management of the ships.

Responsibilities include:

  • Managing projects and refits, ensuring that vessels adhere to class and flag requirements and planning Dry Dockings.
  • Actively involved in Project review meetings, managing 3rd party contractors etc.
  • Provide technical advice to members of the team and internal and external clients.
  • Assist in prepare proposals for new work
  • Prepare and give presentations on project issues.
  • Keep team members informed on Project progress and developments.
  • Prepare and issue MOCs
  • Participate in design verifications, LOPA, HAZID and HAZOP meetings.
  • Manage projects from concept to completion, ensuring adherence to project scope, schedule, and budget
  • Collaborate with project managers, engineers, and technicians to develop and execute mechanical design plans

Experience Required:

  • Hold a Class one Chief Engineer Unlimited licence (Preferred)
  • Experience sailing on LNG carriers to a minimum of 2nd engineer
  • Good knowledge of control systems & of latest regulations
  • Involvement in Dry Docks / Technical / Newbuild Projects with some accountability
  • Be prepared to travel globally

You must have the right to work in the UK to be considered. There is an excellent salary & benefits package on offer for the right candidate. The role is based in London but offers hybrid working 3 days in the office / 2 at home.

To apply, please contact Tom Settle on 02392 322359 or send your CV to

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