Data Analyst, marine knowledge, (Malmö or Brøndby)

Are you our new colleague?
We are looking for a data analyst with marine knowledge to join our experienced R&D team in Malmö (Sweden) or Brøndby (Denmark).

About the position
We are looking for a Data Analyst who will be responsible for analyzing and interpreting data related to ship performance, efficiency, and operational parameters.
The ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of naval architecture and marine engineering principles, along with experience in ship performance software and data analysis techniques.

You will be working together with our experienced software development team to develop and implement algorithms for emission forecast and optimization, weather forecast and route optimization, hull and propeller optimization, trim optimization, engine performance optimization and comparing the ship´s actual performance with its ideal performance. For the future we are expecting a greater focus on machine learning and AI solutions.

Responsibilities
• Collect, analyze, and interpret data related to ship performance, including speed, fuel consumption, emissions, and combined with other parameters such as weather data.
• Utilize ship performance software and tools to monitor and assess vessel performance.
• Identify trends, patterns, and anomalies in data to optimize vessel operations and improve efficiency.
• Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including engineering, operations, and management, to develop insights and recommendations based on data analysis.
• Prepare and present reports, dashboards, and visualizations to communicate findings and insights effectively.

You will be working at the office in Malmö (Sweden) or Brøndby (Denmark). Travelling to customers and development partners is rare but may occur.

Your qualifications
• Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, or similar.
• Proven experience as a Data Analyst, preferably in the maritime industry.
• Strong analytical skills and proficiency in data analysis tools and techniques.
• Knowledge of ship performance software and systems.
• Familiarity with maritime regulations, standards, and best practices.
• Excellent communication and presentation skills, with the ability to convey technical information to non-technical stakeholders.
• Detail-oriented with a passion for problem-solving and continuous improvement.

About us
For more than six decades, Chris-Marine® has developed engine maintenance solutions and machines for 2-stroke & 4-stroke diesel and gas engines. These machines are world-renowned for being operator friendly and of high quality. We offer six product portfolios to our customers: Monitoring, Cleaning, Grinding & Machining, Fuel System Maintenance, Power Packs, Accessories & Consumables. In addition, we provide Mobile Workshop Solutions as well as Technical Support & Aftersales (TSA). Our customers are mainly engine builders, ship owners, cruise lines, shipyards, workshops, and power plants.

Our headquarters are based in Malmö (Sweden) and we have production units in Brøndby (Denmark) and in Malmö. We have sales offices in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Singapore, China, Ecuador, USA, and India, and well-equipped workshops in Sweden, Denmark, Singapore, China, and USA.
Close cooperation with local agents also helps us to serve our customers independent of their location. Learn more on www.chris-marine.com.

How to apply
Please send your CV and cover letter to jobapplication@chris-marine.com and let us know why you want to work for Chris-Marine.
Incoming applications will be handled continuously during the evaluation process.