Shock Engineer III
Date Posted: 05/29/2014
Job is located in Mobile, AL.
REPORTS TO: Chief Department Engineer & Department Project Engineer
SUPERVISES: Engineer II, Engineer I, Designers and Draftspersons
AUTHORITIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Responsible for design calculations and drawing development as assigned by the Chief Department Engineer
- Responsible for checking calculations done by Engineers I and Engineers II
QUALIFICATIONS / KNOWLEDGE / EXPERIENCE:
- Minimum 10 years of shipyard design and construction experience or equivalent experience.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Understanding of scheduling and an ability to adhere to strict deadlines
- Experienced in interacting with Production, multiple design teams from several companies, customer representatives and equipment manufacturers.
- Computer literate and familiar with AutoCAD and Microsoft Office products.
- Thorough knowledge of ship and propulsion systems
- Strong working knowledge of Maritime Regulatory Authorities (i.e. ABS, DNV, GL, NAVSEA, MIL, USCG, IMO, etc.)
- Must be able to obtain and hold a Secret Security Clearance.
- US Citizenship or Certificate of Naturalization Required
- Shock Engineer
- Experience implementing MIL-S-901 in respect to testing, analyzing, reporting, and certification of equipment and full ship shock certification.
- Thorough knowledge of ship design integration with respect to shock survivability.
- Demonstrated experience interfacing with Navy Shock authorities.
- Experience with DDAM analysis desirable.
- Reports to Chief Naval Architect
- Computer – MS Office, AutoCAD
- Will lead and direct the work of Engineers I, II, Designers and Draftspersons
- Will determine technical adequacy of drawings and calculations
- Will provide input to evaluations of Engineers I, II, Designers and Draftspersons
- Has authority to direct, evaluate and correct the work of Engineers I, II, Designers and Draftspersons
LIAISES WITH: Engineers, Production Personnel, Customer, Regulatory Bodies, Program Management and Equipment Suppliers
- Experienced in the construction of high speed aluminum vessels is advantageous but not a requirement
- Working knowledge of modular construction methods is advantageous but not a requirement.
- Experienced in design and construction of US Navy vessels is advantageous but not a requirement.
- Understanding of shock design is advantageous but not a requirement
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