Consilium Recruit wins maritime tech project in Belfast Harbour

UK recruitment company Consilium Recruit has secured a deal to work on a project that aims to decarbonise maritime transport.

The specialist jobs firm has been chosen by Belfast-based Artemis Technologies, which has been awarded £33m from the Strength in Places Fund to lead on the development of new zero emissions hydrofoil ferries and future maritime transport systems.

Artemis Technologies is led by double Olympic gold medallist yachtsman Iain Percy OBE, and brings together maritime, aerospace and motorsport experts to produce maritime design and technology.

Consilium, which is headquartered in Stratford-upon-Avon, will lead on filling engineering, management and project leadership roles to support Artemis Technologies’ 10-year plan to make Belfast Harbour a world-leading hub for green maritime technology and an environmentally friendly regional ports.

The first roles to be recruited will include departmental heads within mechanical systems, naval architecture, project management and procurement.

Consilium has previously worked with America’s Cup challenger Ben Ainslie Racing. The company was formed in 2001.

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