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Job Description

Have you recently graduated or have 1/2 years experience and are ready to embark on an exciting journey with Safety at Sea.? We're looking for a Junior Engineer to join our clients vibrant team based in the heart of Glasgow, just a stone's throw away from the central train station.

In this role, you'll become an integral part of our Consultancy Team, collaborating closely with our esteemed Software Development Team. Together, we're dedicated to delivering the best solutions to clients in the cruise industry.
Your responsibilities will revolve around leveraging our cutting-edge software products to provide analysis services directly or to support their deployment to customer sites, both onshore and onboard vessels. 
  • Systema™: Dive into the world of passenger vessel systems design, utilising shipyard documentation to model and analyse digital systems against IMO Safe Return to Port regulations.
  • SRtP Onboard™: Delve into shipyard Safe Return to Port documentation, extracting crucial information for onboard tools and conducting meticulous reviews to ensure data consistency and accuracy.
  • EVI™: Take charge of modeling and analysing ship designs in compliance with IMO Evacuation analysis regulations.
To excel in this role, you'll need a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field, coupled with a solid foundation in computer literacy and some experience in computer modeling and simulations. An understanding of the maritime industry is essential, as is a keen eye for detail and a sharp analytical mindset. 

Here are some additional skills that would be beneficial:
  • Familiarity with IMO regulations, particularly those pertaining to Safe Return to Port and Evacuation analysis.
  • Knowledge of passenger vessel design practices and onboard electro/mechanical systems.
  • Hands-on experience with vessel systems through practical exposure.
  • Proficiency in CAD modeling and interpreting system drawings.
  • A strong grasp of physics and mathematics.
For this role desired candidates would have the right to work and live in the UK.