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Job Description

Opportunity for a Naval Architecture Graduate to work on a variety of new build and existing ship projects both within the marine and the offshore sector as part of a medium-sized team of more experienced engineers.

You will perform engineering design review and analysis assignments normally involving a major project or several smaller or less complex projects. These projects by nature of their complexity and difficulty require the fully competent application of conventional knowledge in a particular field of engineering or science. Through broader and more technically challenging work assignments, you will develop a thorough understanding of policies, methods and procedures.

The role:

  • With minimal or no supervision performs detailed engineering review of plans, as assigned, for compliance with applicable Rules, Regulations and contract commitments.
  • Offers technical advice to field operations and other technical offices.
  • Performs work which involves conventional engineering practices but may include moderately complex problems such as the resolution of conflicting design requirements, material standards or coordination of activities among other disciplines.
  • Proposes new approaches to problems encountered and makes recommendations for changes in methods, procedures or designs.
  • Drafts technically accurate and timely reports, and responses.
  • Interacts with clients to identify and resolve problems in the area of technical expertise.
  • Prepares accurate and timely weekly reports and billing on all work performed.
  • Communicates the status of the current workload to all appropriate members of the team to ensure the needs of the clients will be met.

The requirements:

  • Demonstrates understanding and ability to apply fundamental classification and quality concepts, practices, and procedures.
  • Knowledge of related technical disciplines required.
  • The ability to identify, analyze and propose solutions to problems (i.e., the competence to demonstrate complex problem-solving skills).
  • Must have the right to work in the UK.

Experience & Education:

To be considered for the position you will need to have:
  • B.S. degree in Naval Architecture, Ocean Engineering, or other related disciplines; an M.S. may be preferred.
  • Demonstrated computer literacy in engineering software.
  • Exposed to Finite Element Method (course work or supervised research).