Job descriptions at the shipyard
Building the world’s most luxurious cruise ships requires solid expertise at every level of the organisation. Traditional shipyard job descriptions can be roughly classified into design, project management, procurement, logistics, and production positions.
The shipyard has a wide variety of job descriptions. In addition to the above-mentioned professionals, the shipyard has a lot of assistant, support and specialist positions related to organisation, safety, working comfort, information technology, data security and communications.
Managing processes, keeping costs under control
Project management positions can be associated with ship projects or the shipyard’s operational development and investment projects.
Project engineers have overall responsibility for project management. The work includes leading the project group and monitoring costs, schedules and quality.
In addition to the above-mentioned tasks, the job description for a ship project manager includes serving as the customer’s contact person.
An assistant project manager works under the project manager.
– A technical education (university of applied sciences / university)
In the right place at the right time
Logistics is responsible for precision tasks related to receiving and storing material, and delivering it to work locations. The logistics department also handles internal logistics for outfitting and hull production.
Supervisory work in logistics involves leading and developing warehouse functions and the flow of internal logistics.
Logistics engineers and specialists develop the logistics processes.
Logistics also has a number of employee tasks: employees can work in warehouses or drive block cars and other transport equipment.
– For manager or specialist roles, a university of applied sciences / university degree
– For employee positions, secondary education / vocational qualification / logistics transport operator training
Assistant, support and specialist positions
Wide-ranging competence is a competitive edge at Turku Shipyard. The shipbuilding industry offers interesting and diverse tasks for experts in many fields.
A large number of professionals from different fields ensure that the shipyard runs smoothly and safely. Their educational background differs depending on the position.
For example, the shipyard employs professionals in the areas of human resources, information technology/data security, maintenance, financial and ERP systems. Secretarial and assistant positions are wide-ranging and vary according to the department.
– Depending on the position