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We are looking for two naval architects with hydrodynamics - or general ship design experience

Odense Maritime Technology (OMT) is looking for experienced naval architects for hydrodynamics and general design of new buildings and conversion projects and with the ambition to make a contribution and a lasting footprint to the development of next generation maritime solutions.

Who are we?
OMT was founded in 2010 as a spin-off from Odense Steel Shipyard. Today we employ 150 people in ship design, production engineering, and yard consultancy services. We have offices in Denmark, India, China and Canada. Most of the revenue is for export and our main markets are Asia and North America. OMT’s unique strength is based on our technological expertise and experience as well as the advanced design tools we have at our disposal within ship design. Proximity to world class ship operators, the maker and our development collaboration with Mitsubishi Heavy Industry enables OMT to play a role in the development of next generation of fuel efficient ships and upgrade of the existing fleet. OMT do not own shipyards - but collaboration with leading shipyards in Asia enables OMT to provide design solutions competitively in a license model. OMT’s team consists of highly qualified naval architects, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, technicians and project managers who manage the projects in a global setup.

OMT is part of the Valcon group (www.valconconsulting.com), which presently employs more than 330 people.

We are now seeking naval architects with interest and experience within hydrodynamics, hull lines design and optimisation or experience in basic ship design.

Tasks for hydrodynamics

  • Hull lines optimisation using CFD and parametric modelling
  • Conceptual design of different ship types
  • Hull lines definition, hydrostatic and stability calculations, and intake calculations in NAPA
  • Basic design and drafting
  • Outline and building specification
  • Develop calculations and reports. E.g. weight calculations, power prediction, IMO loadline
  • Hydrostatic calculations
  • Handle Clients, Class and Authorities
  • Building up general knowledge about OMT projects and procedures
  • Participate in Inspection and testing on ships or at shipyards

Professional requirements hydrodynamics

  • M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering / Naval architect or similar relevant background
  • 2 - 6 years’ experience
  • Experience with CFD preferably Star-CCM+
  • Experience with the parametric modelling CAD tool CAESES
  • JAVA programming and Linux know-how
  • Experience with Ship Design software is an advantage
  • English skills at a negotiation level both written and verbal
  • Experience from shipyard, ship owner or classification society
  • Experience with QA/QC

Tasks for general naval architect

  • Basic ship design - various stages from concept to final design
  • Outline and Building specification
  • Drawings - general arrangement, tank plan, evacuation plan, capacity plan and more
  • Calculations - light weight, freeboard, tonnage, DWT, endurance, EEDI and more
  • Trim and Stability - loading conditions and intact stability calculations using NAPA
  • Damage stability assessment using NAPA
  • Speed and powering prediction based on OMT’s in-house tools
  • Hull form manipulation using NAPA, CAESES and RHINO
  • Model testing - planning, participation, management, evaluation and final documentation
  • Broad knowledge of IMO, class and flag state rules and ability to quickly acquire new knowledge
  • Handle clients, class and authorities
  • Writing tenders incl. initial assessment of requests from clients in cooperation with the sales team
  • Building up general knowledge about OMT projects and procedures
  • Participate in inspection and testing on-board ships or at shipyards

Professional requirements general naval architect

  • B.Sc. or M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering/Naval Architecture or similar relevant education
  • At least 5 years of experience is preferred
  • Experience with NAPA Ship Design software is an advantage
  • English skills at a negotiation level both written and verbal
  • Experience from shipyard, ship owner or classification society
  • Experience with QA/QC

Personal requirements

  • Thrives to cooperate and adapt in a dynamic team
  • Ability to participate in and shift between several ongoing tasks
  • Open-minded for new ideas and methods
  • High communication and negotiation skills
  • Understand the client needs
  • Proactive and result-oriented
  • Ability to integrate both theoretical and practical skills

We offer

  • A unique international minded industry where new markets are continuously being pursued all over the world in all areas of ship design and shipbuilding
  • Very high degree of independency
  • The daily cooperation goes on in a friendly, professional and objective atmosphere.
  • Personal development
  • An informal organisation working in close cooperation with skilled and committed colleagues in Denmark and abroad
  • An exciting job and challenging job assignments
  • Good conditions of employment and salary according to qualifications

OMT is located in Odense, Hørsholm, Shanghai and Bangalore, our majority of our customers are foreign companies consequently some travel activities must be foreseen.

Job location: OMT A/S, Sverigesgade 4, 5000 Odense C or Christianshusvej 187, 2970 Hørsholm

If you have questions regarding the job, please contact Jytte Jyrkinewsky at jrj@odensemaritime.dk, mobile: +45 3083 0806, for Hydrodynamics Jonas Frederiksen at jssf@odensemaritime.dk, mobile: +45 3124 2422. for General Naval Peter Groes-Petersen at pegp@odensemaritime.dk, mobile: +45 2787 2010

Job application and questions
Send your job application together with CV and any enclosures via the "Ansøg" link. Deadline for application is 20 November 2016.

Read more about OMT here http://www.odensemaritime.com/

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Odense / Hørsholm
21. september 2016
20. november 2016