Naval Architect - Jeffersonville

Naval Architect — Jeffersonville

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Company Description:

Company is a established recruiting firm specializing in the marine/offshore industry.

Job Description:

Creates design proposals and specifications to establish basic characteristics of craft such as size, weight, cargo, displacement, draft, and inland or unrestricted service.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Prepares general arrangement drawings and specifications to bid for contracts.

Prepares stability, structural, mechanical, and piping design calculations for submission to the USCG or ABS.

Assists with the design of structural components, piping, and machinery according to contract specifications and test data, to standards of the USCG and ABS, and for safety, efficiency, and economy.

Provides technical advice, direction and training to designers.

Communicates with other departments, the USCG and ABS to resolve technical or production issues.

Serves as Project Engineer when so assigned.

Prepares detail CAD production drawings and material lists when so assigned.

Performs finite element analysis of structures.

Performs other duties as assigned.

B.S. degree in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering or related field is required.

0 :2 years of experience in a marine or manufacturing environment.

Knowledge of design and construction of marine equipment, including stability, hull design, structural design, piping and mechanical system design is desired.

Knowledge of ABS Rules, USCG, OSHA, EPA, and other applicable Federal regulations is desired.

Proficiency with GHS, Rhinoceros or related stability and surface modeling or hull modeling software is desired.

Knowledge of steel fitting and welding is preferred.

Knowledge of system piping and machinery operations is preferred.

Proficiency with MS Office software products and AutoCAD/Inventor is preferred.

Willingness to work in office or outdoors in a shipyard environment as circumstances require.

Ability to function in a diverse multi:lingual environment.

Occasional travel may be required.

Candidates must be able to work in the US legally without company sponsorship.