Fantastic job for a puzzle fan
‘The position of Planning Engineer is essential to a company with high complexity projects, where planning is crucial.My job requires to figure out puzzles like this on a daily basis.'
Working on an offshore wind farm
The Eneco Luchterduinen project, an offshore wind farm off the coast of Zandvoort, is one of the many projects I’ve worked on. Thanks to accurate calculations and thorough engineering work, the job was finished way before the deadline.
Working with a view to the future
Working at Van Oord is balanced by the appeal of international projects, the unique locations and the exceptional issues relating to nature and the environment.
Eyes and ears of the fleet
Technical, responsible, international and human. Those are the words that typify the work of a Technical Superintendent. These professionals supervise the technical management and maintenance of vessels deployed on projects worldwide.
Focusing on the future
You are involved in future developments, the energy transition to renewable energy, and you are therefore doing something to help society in the long term.
A valuable career path
Although I never lose sight of a goal, I act instinctively to some extent. Thanks to years of work experience at Van Oord, this often proves successful.
Prepared for the real work
Just like every starter, I lacked work experience and professional knowledge. The Van Oord traineeship proved to be an ideal launching pad and ensured that I could progress smoothly to my current position.
It’s about more than numbers
You’re not just responsible for the financial administration in general, but also for hiring, training and supervising local staff.
Technical traineeship as a turbulent start
Philip van Loon has already gained a lot of experience and seen several projects worldwide in a short time. After his internship at Van Oord, he graduated from Delft University of Technology. In 2015, he started the technical traineeship programme, a turbulent year.