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Senior Logistics Engineer M/F

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General information


A market leader in offshore marine services, BOURBON offers the most demanding offshore energy operators a broad range of surface and subsea marine services for oil & gas fields and wind farms. These services rely on a modern & standardized fleet of 248vessels and on the skills of more than 5,400 highly qualified professionals. Constantly striving for operational excellence, the group provides a local service for customers in the 36 countries in which it operates, guaranteeing the very highest standards of quality and safety. In 2022, BOURBON achieved adjusted revenues of over €542 million.  



Job type (offshore/onshore)


Position description

Job title

Senior Logistics Engineer M/F

Roles and responsibilities

As Senior Logistics Engineer you will be in charge of developing best-in class integrated logistics services for offshore oil & gas companies ( Marine, On shore base and freight forwarding means to support offshore Oil & Gas campaigns)


Your main missions will be to act as Deputy Logistics Manager and coordinate the following tasks:

- Conduct reconnaissance missions in project countries to define and develop an adapted Logistics operational support strategy 

- Define the best adapted logistics structures and means

- Define and select the local or international suppliers based on company compliance requirements and the established Bourbon’s standards.

- Participate to the tendering process 

- Implementation of operational procedures & standing instructions to support site operations

- Liaise with Vessel captains and Bourbon Marine technical team to ensure 100%vessel availability during the project


Qualifications, Skills and Experiences

You are at the right place if:

- You have an Engineer Level, aMaster Degree in Logistics or equivalent

- You have 10 years minimum of experience in O&G E&P Company (support to Production & Drilling)

- You are fluent in English (spoken and written) 


Frequent trips are required in operating areas / countries of interest for assessment, ramp-up and potential support to operations (from a few days to a 2 weeks in country)