Project Manager/Sr. Naval Architect
- Corporate / Senior Management
- Employment type
- Full Time
- Project Manager
- Master’s degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering and over 10 years related industry experience in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. A U.S. Professional Engineer (P.E.) license in the field of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering is required. At least 2 years of experience working as field engineer in a shipyard is required. Experience with 3D modeling tools Rhino and SolidWorks is required. Experience with performing stability, resistance and propulsion calculations, marine piping systems and HVAC design, integrated electrical propulsion system design. Experience in ship construction oversight and project management skills required, along with the ability to coordinate with overseas team and multiple subcontractors. Experience in providing production design support to shipyards in new vessel construction, repair, and vessel modification. Experience in preparing the technical proposals for government opportunities, understanding the solicitation requirements, assist in develop the technical process of bids, pricing materials and estimating labor. Experience with ABS, ABS Ice Class Rules, USCG 46 CFR, MARPOL, SOLAS, and other codes applicable to designing commercial and government ships. Experience with Finite Element software’s similar to ANSYS is required. Experience with Microsoft Suite and MS Project. Strong English language verbal and written skills are required. Experience should involve performing the engineering assignments associated with the systems design to ensure proposed designs meet the contract requirements.
Project Manager/ Sr. Naval Architect coordinates activities of ship design related to new building, conversion or repair projects to ensure that the goals and objectives of the project are accomplished within the prescribed time frame and funding parameters. Apply intense and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad areas of technical responsibilities. The Naval Architect and Marine Engineer will perform essential duties and responsibilities personally or through coordination with other managers, engineers, designers, and drafters. Responsibilities as a minimum include performing engineering to develop ship preliminary design, functional design, and integrating the work of structural, mechanical and electrical disciplines in compliance with ABS, DNV, Lloyds, BV and other applicable industry standards. Provide design and engineering services for commercial and government vessels ranging from Offshore Support Vessels to Towing Vessels, Barges, River Vessels, Ice class vessels and High-Speed Craft. Conduct analysis of ship scantlings, section modulus, and deck layouts and schematics. Propose new approaches to problems encountered and make recommendations for changes in methods, procedures, and designs. Perform necessary engineering calculations, including but not limited to stability, resistance, propulsion, sea keeping, power trade off analysis, EPLA, mooring calculations, electrical, equipment technical and costing analysis, RM&A and marine system design by using both computer software and hand calculations. Perform hull form design, optimization and structural analysis using finite element software. Obtain regulatory approvals, coordinate with clients and develop work schedules.
Shipboard auxiliary systems including but not limited to fuel, bilge, ballast, exhaust, cooling water, heating systems, HVAC, compressed air, other machinery support systems etc. conceptual and functional design, creation of schematics and layouts with instrumentation, components selection per the applicable standards, generating bill of materials for systems. Monitor the technical quality, content and consistency of action of all assigned projects. Review other engineer discipline’s work and provide appropriate guidance and advice when necessary. Prepare ship design and construction specifications, equipment purchases technical specifications, qualification statements, proposals, bids and other presentation materials. Manages all naval architectural requirements of the project and ensure the quality of deliverables meets contract requirements within the required time period. Responsible for Professional Engineer review and shall certify drawings and design documents.
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Technology Associates Inc.
Technology Associates, Inc (TAI) was incorporated in 1993. It is known for its management expertise, technical excellence and innovative Maritime Solutions. TAI is proud of its legacy and people, whose professionalism and dedication make the company trusted by its clients.
TAI provides total service Maritime Solutions to commercial and governmental clients. TAI is GSA listed to provide engineering services and vessels to the US Government. It is also a prime contractor on NAVSEA's SEAPORT-E program. TAI offers diversity of expertise to respond to most maritime and offshore requirements. It specializes in small and medium sized vessels. TAI's portfolio and capabilities includes Boats, ATB's, Barges and Ships from 50T to 40,000T.
|TAI is a leading provider of Maritime Solutions. With its main offices in New Orleans, and a location in Pensacola, FL, TAI also owns TAI Engineers, India, Ltd, in Vizag, India. TAI also has affiliated (Joint Venture Company) offices in Washington D.C., Stennis, MS and Houston, TX. TAI is proud of its legacy and its people. It is the professionalism and dedication of TAI’s employees that make the company trusted by its clients. TAI's principals have served well over a hundred commercial and governmental clients in the US and around the globe. TAI has the perpetual worldwide license on the design and intellectual property of the late Mr. Mat Kawasaki 's company Design Associates, Inc which encompasses all the technical intellectual property for the company developed over the 40 years before 04.|
TAI's President and CEO, Mr. Anil Raj, is a graduate of the University of Michigan, School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. He has 44 years of experience in marine and offshore construction, deepwater development, marine transportation operations and ship building. He has supervised the creation of designs from which hundreds of vessels have been built for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, and the U.S. Corps of Engineers, as well as commercial and government clients in Saudi Arabia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Venezuela and many other countries. Prior to his full time commitment to TAI, he was President and Chairman of the Board of Halter Marine Inc. and all its subsidiaries, and Chief Operating Officer of Friede Goldman Halter, whose divisions he helped rehabilitate into VT Halter Marine, Inc., Signal International, Friede Goldman Engineering and AmClyde (Division of National Oil Well)