Senior Naval Architect

Job Responsibilities

  • Mooring system (quayside, offshore and inshore) design, installation, and 3rd party reviews,
  • Mooring integrity management,
  • Riser analyses,
  • SURF operation analyses and reviews,
  • Inspection planning and management (moorings, hulls),
  • Support for marine operations (engineering assessments and third-party reviews),
  • Float-over assessments,
  • Hydrodynamic and stability assessments.

Typical tasks may include:

  • Undertake hydrodynamic and stability assessments using WADAM, HydroD and GHS,
  • Undertake moorings, risers, pipelay and cable installation assessments using ORCAFLEX / SIMA,
  • Undertake moorings integrity management system development, reviews and inspection planning,
  • Undertake floating wind coupled assessments using ORCAFLEX / BLADED / SIMA,
  • Undertake structural assessments using the SESAM software suite,
  • Undertake third party reviews for marine operations.
  • Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Naval Architecture, or other relevant fields of engineering,
  • Considerable experience in a similar role,
  • Experience of software packages Orcaflex, WADAM, HydroD, SIMA, GHS etc.,
  • Good understanding of the nature and drivers of the offshore industry in general, including terminology and usages,
  • Offshore related work experience in marine operations.

There are plenty of opportunities for personal growth through our 70-20-10 philosophy (70% learning on the job, 20% coaching and 10% training) and an individual career development plan.

The position is rewarded appropriately, including benefits such as:

  • A permanent contract
  • Lifestyle benefits (26 days of annual leave + opportunity for up to 10 days unpaid leave, sabbatical leave, flexible working options)
  • Wellbeing benefits (inc Private Medical and Dental Insurance, Health Assessments, Gym allowance and free fruit)
  • Pension Scheme: employer-matched pension contributions (employer contribution - up to 9%)
  • Travel benefits (inc Season Ticket Loan and Cycle to Work Scheme)
  • Life Assurance and Group Income Protection benefits
  • Electric Vehicle Salary Sacrifice Scheme (for personal use)
  • Re-imbursement of relevant Professional Membership Fees (up to £500)
  • Access to employee retail discount site for high street and on-line shopping
  • Company contribution towards; eye tests and glasses (for computer/ laptop users), and Flu Vaccination
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) – providing free and confidential support for issues including work, family, relationships, money and health.
Job location

London, England, United Kingdom