Marine Electrical Engineer – Victoria.
3GA Marine Ltd
The Electrical Engineer, is responsible for all aspects of engineering design of new design and vessel refits from concept through to implementation level information development. Projects vary in complexity and size, small equipment installations to whole vessel detail design. Working with a team of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers to provide turn key solutions to marine installations on small work boats to large ferry installations.
Design of marine systems using AutoCAD and other specific electrical engineering software’s.
Develop single line diagrams and distribution plans
Perform load analyses and fault current analysis on whole ship design and component installations in existing configurations.
Develop electrical ship propulsion design with various modes of energy creation and storage systems utilizing high voltage AC and DC systems.
Develop routing and interconnections diagrams, Lighting design
Write and review specifications for refit or new vessel designs.
Prepare technical specifications and tender packages for equipment including: medium and low voltage switchgear, low voltage motor control centers, low voltage electrical equipment,
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or equivalent
Hold, or be eligible for, a Professional Engineers License to practice in British Columbia.
Minimum 10+ years in a design office / shipyard with experience in refit/new vessel projects.
Experience working in a shipyard or ship repair environment preferred.
A familiarity with BC market place for ship operators and or ferry operators an asset.
Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies:
Demonstrated high degree of technical knowledge and innovative engineering.
Strong technical writing skills needed to produce concise written technical specifications, procedures, and reports.
Demonstrated high level of interpersonal skills and engagement with clients.
Working knowledge of ACAD software and of Microsoft Office suite.
Availability and willingness to travel and conduct ship survey works including in confined spaces.
Committed to a high standard of safety and compliance with all safety laws.
Job Type: Full-time
Shipyard / repair: 10 years (Preferred)
Bachelor's Degree (Preferred)
British Columbia (Preferred)
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