Up to £35.00 per hour
3 months ago
Purpose of role:
Carry out technical analyses and investigations involving the design and calculation of ship scantlings or equipment seatings.
Possesses good knowledge of all aspects within his/her discipline.
Able to perform analysis using recognised analytical tools and to make sound judgements based on experience.
Has sufficient breadth of knowledge of warship design and the sound judgement needed to be able make correct trade-off decisions
Skills and Challenges:
Ability to quickly assimilate engineering data and define solutions and opportunities.
Good problem solver.
2 Years' experience in engineering or a defence or related industry
Understanding of LCM
Typically degree qualified (not essential) , likely to be in a technology, engineering or science related discipline
Working towards the requirements for registration as Incorporated Engineer or Chartered Engineer with the Engineering Council.
Major Tasks and Activities:
Produce structural design solutions, supported by calculations, for either ship scantling issues or seat designs as required.
Liaise with the Detail Design community and equipment owners to unblock issues preventing the conclusion of structural design activities
Prepare Design Sketches of structural solutions as required.
Peer reviewing of other team members calculations where required.
Keep up to date in relevant technical areas, develop skills and capabilities to be able to provide more effective services (seeking and sharing good practice and knowledge to continuously improve practices), and supply technical support and expertise to others as required.
Discipline Specific Competencies;
Capability in general structural theory and analysis.
Capable of producing accurate scantling and general structural calculations.
Ability to assess structural drawings.
Ability to produce appropriate design sketches in AutoCAD.
Ability to employ MathCad software to undertake calculations.
Ability to employ STAAD.pro software to undertake spaceframe analysis.
Some experience in the structural design of frigate-type vessels.
Some experience in employing shock loads to a structural design.
Some knowledge of the use of Classification Society rules and processes, preferably Lloyd's Register Naval Ship Rules.
Awareness of shipyard production and fabrication processes and issues with respect to structural design and analysis.
Able and willing to travel within UK on an occasional basis.
Structural solutions, calculations, design sketches and drawings supporting design and assessment tasks, specific to own discipline.
Design and Assessment Studies
Technical Reports and Specifications
To apply for this position, you must be eligible to live and work in the UK and either possess or be able to obtain UK MOD Security Clearance to SC Level.