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Business:  MacGregor
Job Function:  Service

Knarrevik, NO

Service Engineer


MacGregor is a leader in sustainable maritime cargo and load handling with a wide portfolio of products, services and solutions. Building on our extensive oil & gas expertise, we are developing a strong position as a provider of offshore renewable energy solutions.

Shape your journey onboard and offshore with us


We are currently looking for a Service Engineer who will be responsible for the repair and maintenance work for MacGregor product range, plus 3rd party makers if needed. 


Our professional team of service engineers ensure that the work is carried out efficiently, accurately and in a friendly manner. In addition to supporting management and the rest of the organisation in necessary areas. You will also support Service overall goals and budgets, while ensuring that all activities comply with the Integrated.


Candidates who are newly graduated are encouraged to apply. Please note that this position is based in Bergen.

Main tasks and responsibilities:


  • Professionally supervise and perform service activities such as refurbishment, upgrades, inspections, preventative maintenance and corrective actions on MacGregor and equivalent equipment
  • Stay up to date with relevant developments, routines, processes and news 
  • Provide information and write reports as required
  • Establish and maintain good relationships with both internal and external customers
  • Follow all site safety rules, agreed working practices and environmental requirements
  • Comply with all relevant safety and quality requirements according to MacGregor standards


What you’ll need to succeed:


  • Technical education at Bachelors- or Technical College level within Mechatronics or Automation
  • Relevant experience may compensate for lack of education
  • Previous offshore experience is preferred
  • Siemens Step7, TIA, InTouch HMI and Drives
  • Good communication & collaboration skills
  • Willingness to travel is essential
  • Proficient in spoken and written English and Norwegian


What do we offer:


  • An opportunity to work with renewable energy solutions and support to make global trade faster, smarter and more sustainable
  • Interesting and varied work in an international, dynamic and multidisciplinary environment
  • Inclusive and multicultural working environment
  • Flexible working hours and hybrid work- according to agreement
  • Competitive salary, good pension scheme and health insurance
  • MacGregor Norway AS is a member of the joint Arrangement for AFP


You will be part of


By joining MacGregor, you will be able to work closely with leading industry professionals, developing and implementing new concepts that set the standards in the maritime transportation and offshore industries. We offer our employees the opportunity to be part of a truly global organisation leveraged upon our shared values of Integrity, Quality and Safety. With us you will be part of a collaborative working culture with challenges and opportunities to further develop yourself professionally.


Interested to join?

For more information please contact Petter Monsen, Operation Superintendent. 


Mobile: +47 994 00 021


If you are excited about this opportunity, please submit your application and CV today!


MacGregor is part of Cargotec


MacGregor shapes the offshore and marine industries by offering world-leading engineering solutions and services with a strong portfolio of MacGregor, Hatlapa, Porsgrunn, Pusnes and Triplex brands. Shipbuilders, owners and operators are able to optimise the lifetime profitability, safety, reliability and environmental sustainability of their operations by working in close cooperation with MacGregor.

MacGregor solutions and services for handling marine cargoes, vessel operations, offshore loads,crude/LNG transfer and offshore mooring are all designed to perform with the sea.


MacGregor is part of Cargotec. Cargotec's (Nasdaq Helsinki: CGCBV) sales in 2022 totalled approximately EUR 4 billion and it employs around 11,500 people.