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Job Description

Are you well-versed in classification and statutory requirements associated with structural fire protection, active fire protection, and lifesaving appliances?

Do you have detailed knowledge of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) requirements as a port state for cruise vessels?

Do you hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Structural Engineering, Naval Architecture, Ocean Engineering, Marine, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering, or another related discipline?

If this resonates with you, then read on.

As the Cruise Vessel Engineer, you’re not just an engineer - you’re the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the company's clients.

You should have experience at the Principal Engineer level or above and at least eight years of experience in the design or plan review of cruise vessels.

Your mission? To ensure vessels are constructed and maintained to the highest standards, meeting all classification and statutory requirements. You will be at the forefront of builds, examining and reporting on cruise vessels during and after construction, ensuring they’re sea-worthy and compliant. Your previous experience as a Deck officer on a cruise ship will be invaluable. 

What's in it for you?  A life-long career with one of the most trusted Maritime company in the USA.  A salary paying up to $130k and outstanding employee benefits. 

You must be eligible to live and work in the USA to apply for this role.