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Marine Industry Careers


Principal Naval Architect (Structures) Rosyth, Scotland Up to £50,000 - Job ID 213580 An exciting opportunity exists for a Principal Naval Architect (Structures) with an organisation that provides engineering and design support to the Marine and Offshore sectors, both in the Defence and Commercial markets.


Naval Architect (Stability) Plymouth Up to £35/hr 6 months - Job ID 215561 We are currently recruiting for a Naval Architect with a Stability bias for a high profile yacht project working in the Devonport dockyard. Applicants will ideally be working towards Chartered status and will be required to model stability characteristics of Yachts using Maxsurf or Paramarine.


Naval Architect (Structures) Plymouth Up to £35/hr 6 months - Job ID 215562 Working on a high profile yacht project we are currently recruiting for a Naval Architect with a strong Structures bias for a 6 month contract opportunity in the Devonport dockyard. Suitable applicants will be Chartered Engineers capable of producing finite element structural assessment of marine platforms using Ansys or Staad from Inventor models.


Call 01489 898160 or email marine@matchtech.com


Matchtech Group plc 1450 Parkway, Solent Business Park Fareham, Hampshire PO15 7AF www.matchtech.com


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Marine Industry Recruitment


Matchtech is an AIM listed recruitment company, with a dedicated Marine Division, specialising in the supply of contract and permanent staff for UK and overseas marine engineering jobs.


Our team of dedicated consultants have over 60 years of experience in the placement of personnel within the areas of shipbuilding, design, new-build, refit and conversion.


Matchtech are delighted with their invitation to become a corporate partner member of RINA and look forward to a long and beneficial association.


Contact Simon Blake on 01489 898831


Email simon.blake@matchtech.com


Matchtech Group plc 1450 Parkway, Solent Business Park Fareham, Hampshire PO15 7AF www.matchtech.com


Specialist recruitment to the marine industry WWW.UNI-DUE.DE


At the University Duisburg-Essen, Campus Duisburg, there is the follow- ing position to be filled as soon as possible in the Faculty of Engineer - ing Sciences, Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering:


Professorship (W2) for Structural Design and Integrity in Ship


Technology and Ocean Engineering


Teaching duties concern the accredited Bachelor and Master Degree programme “Mechanical Engineering”, in the academic studies “Ship Technology and Ocean Engineering”, covering the subject areas structural design, strength in ship and ocean engineering, fatigue, vibration, finite element methods for marine structures, etc. The successful candidate is required to continuously update the teaching material by implementing research results.


The holder of the position is expected to have relevant experience in the field of steel and lightweight construction, especially as far as the maritime field is concerned. Experience in fatigue and/or dynamics is desirable. In this respect, the willingness to deal with theoretical and application-oriented topics as well as to co-operate with companies and/or other institutions are expected. Relevant experience would be appreciated.


Publications in peer-reviewed journals as well as experience in the acquisition and accomplishment of third-party funds are requested.


Soft skills and the ability to take over a leadership position are expected. Co-operation in the main research fields of the faculty is required. Moreover, it is expected that the successful candidate will be able and willing to use modern media in teaching and updates her/his teaching methods regularly. This includes the willingness and the ability to teach both in German and in English as well as the willingness to participate in didactical further trainings. Participation in the academic self-administration is required.


Close co-operation with other departments of the Faculty of Engineer - ing as well as with the Development Centre for Ship Technology and Transport Systems (DST) in Duisburg is expected.


For further information on the professorship to be assigned please visit www.uni-due.de/ingenieurwissenschaften/stellenausschreibun- gen_professuren.shtml.


According to the German/North-Rhine Westphalia university regula - tions (§ 36 Hochschulgesetz NRW), a first degree, PhD and additional academic qualifications acquired during a junior professorship, state doctorate or a scientific post are required. Such experience and qualifications will have to have been obtained at an institute of higher education, or in business or industrial research institutes, in Germany or abroad.


The University of Duisburg-Essen was awarded the “Total-E-Quality- Award” for its efforts in gender equality. The university is an equal opportunity employer and strives to increase the proportion of female scientific personnel and thus especially encourages women with relevant qualifications to apply.


Handicapped applicants will be given preferential treatment if their qualifications and experience are the same as those of other suitable candidates.


Applications (in writing and additionally by CD-ROM) with the usual documents (CV, list of academic publications, certificates concerning the academic and professional career (copies), description of one’s own research profile and the resulting prospects at the University of Duisburg-Essen, details about previous teaching experience and par- ticipation in academic self-administration as well as acquired external funds) are to be sent until September 20th 2010 to the Dean of the Department of Engineering Sciences, University of Duisburg- Essen, Campus Duisburg, Professor Dr.-Ing. Dieter Schramm, Forsthausweg 2, 47057 Duisburg, Germany.


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