Naval Architect

BBBH41098
Negotiable
Sunbury-On-Thames, Surrey

Naval Architect

Contract (Inside IR35)

Surrey

Outline:

The purpose of this role is to provide subject matter expertise in Naval Architecture, Structures and Coatings to Trading & Shipping teams and other areas of the company as applicable.

The key focus areas are to ensure that the operated fleet is structurally maintained according to Class and trading & shipping standards, and provide Structural Assurance to the Vetting & Clearance teams through structural reviews and inspections of the non-operated fleet.

The role will include planning and conducting structural and coating inspections on the fleet; completing structural reviews and inspections of third party vessels; supporting the update of T&S procedures, databases and standards; and carrying out miscellaneous technical support for any other naval architecture requests from T&S or the wider company.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Support the Naval Architecture manager with the upkeep of policies, procedures, inspection & maintenance routines, databases and HECSALV models; capturing and improving structural and coatings corporate knowledge (e.g. TKD's, MIIT incident investigation reports, GIS, VISS etc).
  • Provide structural and coatings support to the T&S operated fleet by assisting with the planning, budgeting and execution of maintenance, modifications, surveys and technical investigations. Whilst ensuring compliance with all relevant procedures and standards.
  • Perform structural reviews and inspections of third-party vessels in support of the Vetting & Clearance team and wider company. Uphold and develop structural policies, Condition Assessment Programme (CAP), industry standards & guidelines and engineering best practice.
  • Maintain and develop relationships with Classification Societies, CAP providers, 3rd party industry bodies, professional bodies and the company's internal engineering bodies.

Essential Education:

  • Degree in Naval Architecture (eg. BEng, MSc, MEng)
  • Member of professional body, e.g. RINA, SNAME.

Essential Experience /Job Requirements

  • Marine technical experience in shipping or ship construction/repair yards
  • Shipyard, Class or consultancy experience, eg. Construction Site Personnel, Classification Society Surveyor
  • Ability to carry out structural Assessments and CAP Reviews
  • Experience with ship inspections.
  • Excellent communications skills and an ability to work in a multi-cultural business environment.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Chartered Engineer or Working towards becoming a Chartered Engineer e.g. RINA, SNAME.
  • Experience of a variety of offshore projects / assets, as well as a sound technical knowledge of marine vessel structures and systems
  • Wider commercial experience gained on projects

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