Hull Outfit Functional Engineer

Work Description:
o Review functional requirements and support hull outfit ship system integrations for: cranes, elevators, mooring, anchoring, davits, doors, stowage's, etc., in support of ship design efforts.
o Develop and support hull outfit procurement specifications for various systems.
o Review drawings for functional requirements in support of ship design. This will include arrangements, material selection, and label plates.
Qualifications for the position:
o BS / MS in Marine Engineering fields, Mechanical Engineering, System Engineering, or equivalent experience with hull outfit systems.
o Strong mechanical skills and / or understanding.
o Minimum of 5 years' experience in similar areas of focus.
o Experience with Lofting, CAD tools (CATIA, AUTOCAD) preferred
o Proficiency with MS Office
o Strong multi-discipline background in ship design with experience vessels commissioned for the US Government. Familiarity with U S Coast Guard ship design preferred.
o Familiarity with technical specifications for deck systems
o Ability to read, interpret and follow technical procedures, standards and work instructions.
o Outstanding communication skills both written and verbal.
o Self-motivated with the ability to work in a team environment
o Selected candidates must have received and passed a TB test within one year of beginning work at company.

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