£30.00 - £36.00 per annum
25 days ago
Role Profile - Senior Naval Architect
Senior Engineers are responsible for substantiating designs through calculations, producing technical
reports and providing technical support. They are required to contribute and lead product
development through the design lifecycle and provide technical support.
The role requires demonstrable experience in structural engineering on vessels/marine platforms,
demonstrable experience of using Finite Element (FEA) Analysis, ship stability packages,
demonstrable experience of using 2D & 3D CAD packages, experience with working with production
teams as well as good written and verbal communication skills.
Key Result Area
Primary deliverables are substantiation reports for installation solutions, foundations/seatings,
repairs/conversions to vessels and in support of concept designs.
Preparation and production of substantiation reports for solutions during the entire design
lifecycle phases (Concept, Basic, Functional, Detail, Manufacturing, Installation and
Decommissioning), in line with recognised standards and to the required time, cost and
Liaise with design team and other stakeholders throughout the design lifecycle to ensure
coordination and functionality of design, including supporting design reviews.
Develop innovative design solutions.
Provide solutions to manufacturing and installation issues by assisting in the resolution of
technical and production queries.
Produce technical reports and other documentation.
Be aware of and ensure that, health, safety and environmental requirements are
Assist with the maintenance and improvement in quantity standards of outputs.
Knowledge, Experience and Skill
The post holder is required to have a degree in either Structural Engineer or Naval
Architecture or extensive practical experience of working within a structural engineering/naval
Either a Chartered Engineer or working towards it, holding membership of an appropriate
Able to utilise ship stability, FEA and CAD packages.
Able to demonstrate experience in the naval/marine industry.