The duties of the Project Engineer – Naval Architect shall include, but are not necessarily limited to the following:
documentation of vessel technical characteristics and capabilities. Support shall range from verification / validation of vessel capabilities and regulatory compliance to vessel conversions to meet customer / mission requirements.
Focus on optimizing designs against HOS standards, safety and HMI requirements and take the time to obtain operations and commercial feedback.
Complete technical proposals including working with the appropriate sales and business development representatives to qualify fleet assets against client requirements, and to perform engineering feasibility studies, work scope development, cost and schedule analysis for any potential capital conversion projects associated with bidding activity.
Develop, review and approve specifications, drawings, plans, sketches and other information pertaining to construction and commissioning of major modification/conversion projects to ensure compliance by contracting shipyards consultants and vendors with company specifications, class society and regulatory body requirements, and vessel service functionalities.
Integration and organization of t technical documentation, including distribution of knowledge and interface management, shall be performed.
Project Engineers shall develop project budget, review and evaluate shipyard/
contractor and vendor quotes and shall keep track of costs using Company’s project
Review, recommend, and specify for purchase, company furnished equipment and
materials necessary for construction and operational outfitting of vessels.
Review equipment vendor and contract architect-engineer technical deliverables for
compliance with specifications and required installed performance. Attendance of
factory or shipyard tests may be required.
Project Engineers shall use computer office, technical and AutoCAD drafting tools for
preparation of project technical presentations and project reports to middle and senior
Including but not limited to the perpetual review of allied or emerging technologies for application to company vessel or operating systems as they inure to the benefit of cost reduction or value enhancement for commercial activity of fleet operations.
Meet corporate regulatory, safety, environmental and configuration management compliance objectives.
Ensure all engineering contracts and purchases are reviewed and include appropriate protection provisions.
Ensure strict confidentiality of all Company information; do not disclose any information outside the Company without prior approval at the Director level or above.
Job functions shall be as required to fulfill the responsibilities of the position and are not otherwise limited.
The nature of the responsibilities of the incumbent shall be such that some overlap with fleet operational and maintenance responsibilities may occur.
In such circumstances, incumbent shall perform job functions as advised and directed by supervisor.
Work the Plan
Louisiana, United States