A Mechanical/Marine Engineer is responsible for the design of a vessel’s propulsion and auxiliary systems, piping and HVAC.
The requirements of the position are as follows:
Must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or similar discipline and have a minimum of 18 months of experience in marine auxiliary systems;
• Must have experience in shipboard piping, heating-ventilation-air conditioning (HVAC), insulation, machinery ventilation, sewage systems, sea water systems, pipe sizing based on fluid mechanics, pump matching, selection and use of piping components, pipe routing and pipe support design;
• Must have the ability to use computer assisted engineering software to design the products or systems listed above;
• Ability to support auxiliary system related production and testing activities;
• Complete familiarity with CFR, ABS, NVIC and USCG rules and regulations for mechanical and piping systems along with other applicable regulations;
Familiarity with Lifesaving / Fire Protection / SFP rules and regulations a plus
Must have basic computer skills using Microsoft applications (i.e., MS Excel, MS Word); and must be self-motivated and exhibit excellent communication and leadership skills.