Airswift is seeking to invite an experienced Naval Architect to join a dynamic engineering team in the marine oil and gas industry on a 24-month contract.
Core Responsibilities: To define the concepts and prepare the critical engineering deliverables of Naval Architect, manage and deliver the engineering deliverables for the assigned project (may include Bidding, Construction, Commissioning and Offshore assignment) effectively and efficiently according to the specified technical requirements, timelines and budget, and independently deal with and resolve all issues of the project.
- Understands the specific specifications and requirements of the assigned project and interfaces with bidding team in the preparation of work content assessment and estimate to ensure compliance with the defined bidding strategy
- Develops engineering specifications and general arrangement (drawings, major parameter, etc.) specific to the assigned project and validates them with the Lead Engineer before incorporating them in the RFQs.
- Manages model testing activities for project components including preparation of test specification, evaluation of test facility proposals and recommendation of contract award.
- Develops component design and hydrostatic/hydrodynamic activities for operational, installation and inspection / maintenance conditions, and verifies the compatibility of hydrostatic /hydrodynamic design loads with other interfacing disciplines.
- Develops and /or reviews mooring (spreading mooring and turret) and riser design including its pull in and installation procedure.
- Independently performs Intact and Damage Trim and Stability analysis for FPSO / FSO project and operation aspects.
- Monitors and controls the weight of FPSO / FSO or TLP, performs lightship weight distribution and Weight and COG Estimate; calculates CG locations and Radius of gyrations.
- Performs, develops and / or reviews freeboard and green water analysis of FPSO / FSO.
- Performs scantling analysis, develops and /or reviews of the drawings, strength analysis, fatigue analysis and FEA (Finite Element Analysis) for local structures.
- Develops, analyzes, coordinates, reviews and evaluates plans for tow-out and installation of project components and associated equipment installation and overall vessel motions and load response.
- Evaluates all the bids received for Naval Architect packages from various suppliers, performs a technical bid evaluation process, involves in cost estimation, ensures selected vendors meet technical/engineering and delivery requirements
- Conducts kick-off meetings with selected vendors
- Visits suppliers checks and tests Naval Architect items issues & making sure that they comply with the specifications and are ready on time.
- Participates in meetings, reviews progress and addresses interface/implementation/execution issue, escalates where necessary to ensure that the project proceeds timely and smoothly.
- Provides technical/engineering support and advice to Construction/Commissioning work at site, trouble shoots and follows up to rectify the gaps or problems.
- Bachelor in Naval Architect Engineering or master’s in engineering. Alternatively, Diploma in Engineering with relevant years of working experience.
- Minimum 7 years of relevant working experience in electrical engineering in oil and gas sector
- Comprehensive Knowledge of functionality of FPSO
- Software knowledge: MS office, Auto CAD, HECSALV, DNV SESAM, GHS, ABS FPSO, ORCAFLEX, HYDROD