Jacobs Maritime Engineer in Wokingham, United Kingdom
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About the opportunity:
We are seeking a Civil / Structural Engineer to join our growing Maritime business. Jacobs has been a leading international multi-disciplinary consultancy firm, specialising in maritime design for over 140 years. We are a global leader in the engineering, planning and construction management of maritime structures, ports, harbours, and coastal schemes.
We specialise in all aspects of maritime construction, including planning, design and construction supervision work and continue to be at the forefront of innovation by developing the solutions required for the safe, efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective operation of today’s facilities.
If you would like to be part of a world class international consultancy and want to learn from the best in the industry please get in touch.
Primary Job Responsibilities
As a Civil / Structural Maritime Engineer, you will:
Work within one of our dynamic and innovative teams to actively develop and contribute to deliver safe and robust technical solutions
Work on both domestic (UK based) and international projects for a large range of client who own, operate or construct marine facilities
Communicate and liaise effectively with colleagues of all levels both in the UK and abroad
Assist in the development of detailed design solutions of maritime structure and facilities such as jetties, breakwaters, ferry terminals, shipyards etc
Carry out structural design and assessment calculations both by hand and using latest industry computer software packages. Checking calculations carried out by others
Carry out site based structural inspections and surveys
Prepare client deliverables such as design / feasibility reports, inspection reports and calculation packages
Prepare contract documents, bills of quantities and specifications
Adhere and contribute to business and quality management systems
Assist Project Managers and Project Controllers to plan, manage and deliver projects using the latest BIM and other collaboration software and protocols
Work closely with peers and mentors to plan and develop your career in order to achieve Chartered Engineer status if you have not already reached this status
Provide technical and professional guidance, support and development of more junior engineers and technicians
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Chartered or Near Chartered Civil / Structural Engineer.
Experience of design of maritime structures
Broad experience in civil engineering design and construction
Good all-round technical design expertise using British and international standards, and/or Eurocodes
Good understanding of structural theory and strong analytical skills, with proven problem-solving ability
Excellent verbal and written communication, and report writing skills
Proven ability to work as part of a team, liaising directly with clients and other design team members
Desired, but not essential
Willingness to travel within the UK and abroad for short duration business trips and project assignments
Previous experience of site supervision of construction work, ideally under NEC
Experience supervising dive surveys and working with divers
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