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Senior Specialist Vibration analysis

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Date: 14-May-2022

Location: Southampton, GB, SO16 7PX Kaoshiung, Kaohsiung City, TW, 806 Dubai, AE Houston, TX, US, 77077 Hamburg, DE, 20097 Mumbai, MH, IN, 400059 GB Seoul, Seoul, KR, 07327 GB Singapore, SG, 118222 Shanghai, SH, CN, 200001 Guangzhou, GD, CN, 510060 Nagasaki, 42, JP, 850-0033 Central, Hong Island, HK Busan, Busan, KR, 48943 US US Kuala Lumpur, MY, 50088 Melbourne, VIC, AU, 3000

Company: Lloyds Register

Job ID:34439
Location:Can be remote based, so global location could be considered

Position Category:Naval Architecture
Position Type:Employee Regular

 

We are looking for a ship structure specialist with experience of conducting vibration analysis for ship hull structures. Hull vibration analysis due to engine vibration, propeller, rudder, or wave induced loads etc.


Candidate should have an all-round experience as per bullet points above – repeated here for ease:

 

  • Engineer/Naval Architect with general knowledge of fatigue analysis/ Finite Element analysis and loads.
  • Experience in use of finite element analysis software for modelling and analysis of ship structure and other commercial engineering software

 

Candidate needs to have experience from ship structures. Not any other industry. Not interested in candidates with field experience only. Vibration analysis is only part of the job for the candidate. He/she will do other jobs as per bullet points above.
 

Role purpose

The role of a Senior Specialist working in the Structural Research & Procedure team as part of the UK & Ireland Technical Support Office. The successful candidate would be principally based at Lloyds Registers Global Technology Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom. Dependant on individual circumstances, consideration may be given to alternative working locations.

As part of a small and dedicated team, you will be primarily working on the development of ship structural analysis procedures, rules and research topics related to vibration analysis and thermal stress analysis of ship structure. Your work will also involve providing technical support to our local and global clients and surveyors on the subject of ship structure analysis; and answering a wide range of complex technical queries.  

You will have access to a range of training courses and professional development opportunities. Working at Lloyd's Register, you will be working alongside other technical teams, plan approval offices, software and consultancy departments.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Working as senior member of the Structural Research & Procedure team carrying out projects related to the development of ship structural analysis procedures, rules and research topics primarily on the strength, fatigue and vibration of ship structure
  2. To take the lead and undertake management of projects and produce the deliverable within the agreed broad parameters in an appropriate format. Take responsibility to review other employee’s work as requested
  3. Providing specialist technical advice related to ship structural analysis to internal and external clients globally at a senior level, which will include designers, shipyards and other LR surveyors and specialists
  4. To pursue Continuous Professional Development and maintain a high degree of discipline knowledge and awareness of LR’s rules and procedures, accreditation schemes, legislation, and industry standards
  5. Mentoring, coaching and developing other employees, as appropriate, to achieve effective knowledge transfer and application
  6. Contribute to the bid and win processes for new projects by accurately estimating time requirements and developing scopes of work
  7. Actively seeking to ensure client satisfaction and to generate new opportunities with our clients
  8. The above job description does not preclude the assignment of other duties by the Technical Manager of Ship Structures Department or the line manager


Technical/Professional Qualifications/Requirements:

  • The candidate should have a degree in naval architect, structural engineering, mechanical engineering or equivalent from a tertiary organisation recognised by Lloyd’s Register
  • Membership of an appropriate professional institution
  • Chartered or Incorporated Engineer status
  • Proficiency in the English Language (written and oral) commensurate with the work and an ability to write clear and detailed technical reports, guidelines and proposals
  • Engineer/Naval Architect with general knowledge of fatigue analysis/ Finite Element analysis and loads
  • Experience in use of finite element analysis software for modelling and analysis of ship structure and other commercial engineering software
  • Experience of conducting vibration analysis and thermal stress analysis for ship hull structure

 

 

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