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Matthew Offredy

I gained my ETO CoC and a Foundation Degree in Marine Electronic and Electrical Engineering as part of my 3-year cadetship.

Once qualified, I started as a Junior ETO in Swire Pacific Offshore. To continue my development and further acquisition of skills and knowledge, I accompanied experienced ETOs on the companies supply and anchor handling vessels.

A year later, I was promoted to an ETO, spending most of my time in West Africa on vessels requiring additional technical assistance. Finally, 4 years ago, I transferred to the Wind Orca and utilized my spare time to complete a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering.

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When I’m at work I use my skills to …?

Work closely with, learn from, and encourage my colleagues. As an ETO department, we have the most dynamic, diverse, and decentralised role on board. We're always in high demand, constantly interacting with others and providing the assistance to allow everyone to maintain our exceptionally technically complex vessel.

Additionally, the ability to work under pressure while maintaining a safe and efficient working environment is of paramount importance for an ETO to resolve the potentially show-stopping issues we face.

I take a step forward when I …

Communicate and collaborate! Every task ETOs undertake requires working closely with others. It is common to fix systems we only touch when they break. If we can communicate and extract information from the system’s operators, we can resolve issues quickly and safely. Furthermore, we are a diverse department with a vast inventory of skills and experience, and playing with others’ strengths, allows the formation of incredible things.

In the future my main focus will be …?

Continuing to improve both myself and those around me.  

When I’m off work, I like to …?

Visit the gym, and play table tennis and darts, for which there is a pretty competitive atmosphere on board. At home, I take a couple of days to wind down with family and friends – and I love to spend time undertaking a myriad of activities. This includes everything from paddleboarding to hill and country walks, drone flying, and cycling.

Meet other Cadelers

Willemijn Botman
Project Engineer Office
I am a ‘curious engineer’ at heart, and I always strive to be solution oriented. Meet Willemijn Botman
Matthew Offredy
Electro-technical Officer on Wind Orca installation vessel Vessel crew
As an ETO, we are always in high demand, constantly being radioed for assistance and when faults occur it's of paramount importance to be able to avoid downtime. Meet Matthew Offredy
Rasmus Panton
Senior Project Engineer Office
The continuously increasing turbine sizes pushes the technical requirements for vessels, and as an engineer I need to find the ideal solutions to ensure the best vessel capabilities. Meet Rasmus Panton
Andrew McMorrow
Mechanic/Jacking Engineer on the Wind Orca WTG installation vessel Vessel crew
Mechanical ability, understanding and logical thinking are the foundation of the job. Working with heavy machinery means right planning, cooperation and team spirit to ensure the progress required on board. Meet Andrew McMorrow
Bo Lauridsen
Head of HSEQ Office
“Safety is not just about compliance, it’s also about being proactive and constantly looking for improvements” Meet Bo Lauridsen
Jens Rohn
Master of Wind Osprey Vessel crew
“I like the complexity of the vessel and the challenge of operating it” Meet Jens Rohn
Auriane Buffet
Technical Sales Engineer Office
“I had a very progressive and smooth integration into my different roles and was surrounded by nice and professional colleagues Meet Auriane Buffet
Can Mollaibrahimoglu
Project Engineer Office
“I am grateful to be able to take part in offshore windfarm installation and act for a more sustainable future." Meet Can Mollaibrahimoglu

Come join us!

Join Cadeler and become part of an international company with a diverse and agile team who is constantly seeking to contribute to making the world a better place. So, come and take part in the transition journey towards clean energy. We have an open and informal working environment, and we like to welcome new colleagues with open arms, as we believe that everyone can make a difference. At Cadeler you will be able to make an impact, as we offer a workplace that empowers and gives opportunities for development – both on a personal as well as on a professional level.

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