Naval Architect (Project Manager)

  • Location: Alameda, California

  • Job Type: Full Time

  • Minimum Education: BS / Undergraduate degree in naval architecture or related field

  • Minimum Experience: 0-5 Years

  • Required Travel: 5-15%

The naval architect will take part in project management, production, sales, distribution, software development and support of leading-edge products for ship and offshore floating structures. Software focuses on floating stability, strength, load management, salvage engineering, and intact and damage stability assessments. The naval architect will have the opportunity of working in a smaller company with other professionals that work closely together, enjoy their work, and produce quality products for the maritime and offshore industries.

The ideal candidate will have a strong academic record and a BS degree in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering or Ocean Engineering.

Job Requirements:

  • Up to five years experience overall; experience working with ship stability and strength is a plus

  • Interest in traveling for software support and installations

  • Must work well with people and possess good oral and written communications skills

  • Good organizational skills

  • Understanding of scheduling and an ability to adhere to strict deadlines

  • Strong work ethics and dedication

  • General interest in programming and software

Responsibilities:

  • Project management of loading and stability software production

  • Traveling for software support and installations

  • Interfacing with clients on software projects

  • Performance of calculations applying naval architecture principles and applicable regulations

  • Performance of other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Naval Architecture or other applicable discipline

  • 0-5 years of professional engineering experience

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite

  • Some familiarity in programming languages (VB, C+, .NET and/or Python) is a plus

  • Familiarity with HECSALV is a plus.

  • Experience with USCG and ABS regulations is a plus.

  • Must have a US Citizenship (due to US Government work falling under ITAR restrictions)

Work will primarily be in our Alameda CA office with an option to relocate to Houston. There will be occasional travel for software support and installations. The successful candidate will have excellent communications skills and will be able to work both independently and as a part of an interdisciplinary team.