Which skills & talents will you use?
- Critical thinking
- Interpersonal skills
- Learning skills
- Problem solving
- Project management
- Time management & prioritising
Which intrinsic interests will you be able to use and explore further?
What will you do?
The LNG terminal in Zeebrugge is a vital gateway for liquefied natural gas (LNG) distribution across Northwest Europe, facilitating deliveries to markets in Belgium and other key European countries. The role centers around managing various LNG projects, from process optimization to automation, contributing significantly to the energy transition.
As you embark on this position, you’ll actively engage in projects from inception to completion, working collaboratively to enhance the efficiency and functionality of the terminal. The dynamic nature of the role not only offers a hands-on understanding of gas infrastructure management but also opens doors for career progression, with opportunities to transition into leadership roles within the company.
- Competitive salary package
Which career drivers will you be able to aspire?
- General management / leadership
- Intellectual / physical challenge
- Intrapreneurship / ownership
- Professional/Technical excellence
These are the boundary conditions
- Minimum experience: 1-3 years, No experience
- Languages needed: Dutch
Where will you work?
This company is an international energy infrastructure group with 1,300 employees active in gas transmission and storage and terminalling of liquefied natural gas.
Besides their main activity, which is transporting and supplying gas for companies and individual clients like you and me, they are particularly focused on the energy of the future. They are committed to continuing to build a greener energy future for our children and the generations to come. People, businesses and societies need energy to grow and prosper.
As a purpose-driven company, They are committed to moving quickly towards a carbon-neutral world. They do this by exploring new technologies and investing in infrastructure to transport hydrogen, biomethane, CO2 and other molecules for a climate-neutral future.