Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS) is continuously improving its designing process, implementing 3D design deeper and embedding it with smart design and engineering systems.
Extensive experience from vessel production and operation by customers is used in feedback for new designs and tools.
Now it is time to take a look back and apply these high level technology methods to our built ships.
Our ships are coming alive once more but in digital environment this time.
Tasks & Responsibilities
As a 3D modelling intern at DSNS, you will be responsible for preparing 3D models of selected built ships based on their design data. First 2D arrangements will be converted into 3D arrangement models and then an extensive 3D structural model will be made based on the final construction design of the ship.
Are you enthusiastic about working on 3D models and thinking in 3D?
Send us your motivation and a few samples of your 3D models, as well as your CV!
The perfect candidate is:
- Intermediate vocational education (MBO degree) in Naval or Mechanical Engineering;
- A top class student;
- Passionate about ships or shipbuilding;
- Familiar with 3D modelling, preferably with Rhino;
- Capable of identifying and communicating with multiple stakeholders;
- Independent, analytical and proactive;
- Fluent in English (spoken and written).
Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS), established in Vlissingen has a rich tradition of naval shipbuilding with its original navy roots stemming back more than 140 years. At that time the Royal Schelde shipyard, based in Vlissingen in the Netherlands, was known worldwide for its quality shipbuilding, both in the naval and commercial sector.
For more than 50 years DSNS has in fact been the dedicated shipbuilder of the Royal Netherlands Navy and we have worked alongside the Royal Netherlands Navy on the design, engineering and construction of eight generations of combatants, as well as amphibious vessels and naval auxiliaries. Based on decades of experience Damen now offers navies worldwide a broad range of defence and security vessels, ranging from 7 m to more than 200 m.