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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.

The work will involve both plan review and assistance to clients and surveyors on technical queries related to vessel structure, stability, load line, tonnage, fire protection and safety.

The role:

You will perform, first under guidance and later more independently, work related to:
  1. Vessel structure scantling review
  2. Stability modelling and review
  3. Load Line & Tonnage calculations
  4. Fire and Safety plan review
  5. And in general plan approval work for a variety of marine and offshore vessels and units
The requirements:
  1. Demonstrates understanding and ability to apply fundamental classification and quality concepts, practices, and procedures.
  2. Knowledge of related technical disciplines required.
  3. The ability to identify, analyze and propose solutions to problems (i.e., the competence to demonstrate complex problem-solving skills).
Minimum years of Experience:

To be considered for the position you will need to have:
  1. B.S. degree in Naval Architecture, Ocean Engineering, or other related disciplines; an M.S. may be preferred.
  2. Demonstrated computer literacy in engineering software.
  3. Exposed to Finite Element Method (course work or supervised research).
Preferred Professional Requirements:
  1. Working knowledge of Class Rules, Statutory Regulations (e.g.: SOLAS, ICLL, MCA Large Yacht Code, MARPOL, SPS Code, MODU Code).
  2. Working knowledge of engineering software to perform structural and stability calculations.
  3. Design experience on small vessels (Yachts, High Speed Craft, Tugs), large vessels (Container Carrier, Tanker, Bulk Carrier) or Offshore Units.
  4. Familiarity with ship operations and shipbuilding practices is beneficial for the role.