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C-Job is known primarily as a Ship Design and Engineering office. However, the company utilizes its in-house skills for other purposes too. C-Job On-Site is one such additional service; involving the temporary placement of C-Job engineers on location with its clients.


Under what circumstances does C-Job On-Site demonstrate it advantages the most? The answer is when a shipyard, ship owner or engineering company requires specific knowledge that it does not have or if it faces a peak in capacity demand.


Versatile service

“The crucial aspect of C-Job On-Site is its flexibility,” states Business Development Manager Art Smits. “We can handle the whole scope or just part of a project. We can arrange for one engineer or a whole project team to get involved. And, in terms of timing, C-Job On-Site is also completely flexible – ranging from a matter of weeks to more than a year at the clients’ own location. It all depends on the client’s needs.”


Art Smits - Business Development Manager | C-Job

Art Smits - Business Development Manager | C-Job


The service is also very adaptable when it comes to project content. “We can cover all the different phases of a project,” Art explains. “From the initial Concept Design, to basic and detailed engineering. Everything is possible. This flexibility is our strong point.” As well as encompassing newbuild ship design projects, the adaptability of C-Job On-Site also extends to ship refits, repairs, conversions and building supervision


Communication is key

Not only is C-Job On-Site flexible in terms of project planning, but it also covers a wide range of maritime sectors. “It’s our all-round knowledge and experience that allows us to cover such a broad spectrum. For example, the cruise, ferries and yachting sectors are currently significant markets for us – as are offshore wind and dredging. And we are also currently busy with Pilot vessels and Fishery vessel projects.” C-Job’s portfolio also includes projects for the oil and gas market: “Obviously, these projects are few in number at present however.”


Art’s role in C-Job On-Site is to communicate with clients to identify their specific requirements. “It’s my job to bridge together the supply and demand, and to make sure that the whole process runs as smoothly as possible. We look at our team – at their skills and experience – to see who would best fit the project in order to offer the right solution for every On-Site project.”


Team of all-rounders

It is important to note that, while working on location, a C-Job engineer can still contact colleagues for additional support or advice, reaping the benefits of short lines of communication. “They are not stand alone parties. The C-Job offices are always there as a ‘backbone’ of assistance, if so required.”


When asked what makes C-Job On-Site such a success with clients, Art defines a typical C-Job engineer to make his point: “Many of them are all-rounders with multidisciplinary skills and some of them are experts in their field. It’s this knowledge base that, in turn, has the potential to strengthen and expand a client’s own capacity. Our clients find that using C-Job On-Site also brings new ideas and new insight to the project table.”

More information about C-Job On-Site cabn be found here. Or mail us at info@c-job.eu 

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