On behalf of the consortium Storstroem Bridge Joint Venture (SBJV), MARPRO is urgently looking for 1 Skipper to work on the workboats used at the construction site.
The Skipper will work in 2 shifts Monday to Friday. Day shift is from 07:15 – 15:00. Evening shift is from 15:00 – 22:45.
The Skipper will be covered by the collective agreement for the construction and civil engineering sectors 2020. In addition, SBJV have a local agreement stating that the normal work hours can be placed between 06:00- 20:00 and overtime premiums are paid with 50% of the normal hourly wage instead of the minimum wage. Due to the site construction requirements could happen that , in exceptional case and with due crew rotation, activity on saturday and sunday will be required
SBJV is providing free accommodation in double rooms in case you need it. Since SBJV provide accommodation nearby in the local area, no travel expenses between accommodation and workplace is supported.
SBJV needs people from NOW and until the project is completed in 2024/25.
Required to apply for the role
Please upload your CV or a short description of you with a list of the valid certificates you have, at your earliest convenience. For questions, pls. call MARPRO at +45 5370 0995.
The Danish Road Directorate is building a new Storstrøm Bridge, which will connect Zealand with Falster via Masnedø. The bridge will be approximately 4 km in length, and it will be Denmark’s third longest bridge, only exceeded by the Øresund Bridge and the Storebælt Bridge. The Storstrøm Bridge will be constructed with a double track electrified railway for 200 km/h and a two-lane regional road for 80 km/h. In addition, the bridge will have a lane for cyclists and pedestrians. The Storstrøm Bridge is of great importance to the region and is a significant part of the railway corridor between Copenhagen and Germany. The bridge is expected to be ready for cars in 2025 and for railway traffic in 2027. The total price of the project, including demolition of the existing Storstrøm Bridge, is approximately 4.1 billion Danish kroner.
The Italian joint venture, SBJV, is building the bridge for the Danish government.