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Forthcoming training courses in UK: ILO MLC (2006)


April 24-25, June 26-27, London Price: £300 + VAT


A Practical Approach to Surveys March 21-22, London Price: £800 + VAT


ISM DPA


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Naval Architects and Mechanical Engineers


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QinetiQ are at the cutting edge of maritime research and technology. Through the innovation of our expert teams and world-class facilities, we create imaginative solutions for a vast range of military and commercial clients.


We are looking for talented people who are experienced practitioners in naval architecture, marine/mechanical or aeronautical engineering.


As a Naval Architect, you will be working on hydrodynamic problem solving, which forms the main part of project work: identifying a methodology for solving a client’s problem mathematically or through model testing, conducting the test, reporting results and recommending a proposed solution. Projects may include the concept design of military and commercial vessels, potentially leading to feasibility design, detailed design, build oversight and trialling for vessel acceptance.


As a Mechanical/Marine Engineer, you will use your technical and domain knowledge to develop and promote mechanical and electrical system design and equipment selection.


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You’ll need a broad knowledge of the maritime industry, ranging from military vessels, through commercial shipping to the offshore industry, with an appreciation of the applicable design objectives, regulatory regimes and economic drivers. Your technical skills should include a broad understanding of areas such as computational fluid dynamics, model testing, full scale trials and numerical performance prediction techniques. You will be competent in the use of stability software, i.e. Paramarine, and the use of Maxsurf, AutoCAD and Rhinoceros. Experience of commercial and offshore vessels, sea load determination, finite element analysis of vessel structure and an interest in ship survivability would be an advantage. On occasions, you will also be required to travel, both domestically and internationally. You must have, or be eligible for full UK security clearance.


To find out more and apply online, visit www.qinetiq.com/careers


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