Open Position - Naval Architect - USA

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by mudsailor, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. mudsailor
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    mudsailor Junior Member

    I am looking for a graduate Naval Architect, 0-5 years experience.
    Must have hull design/performance prediction experience/knowledge of small planning hulls (up to 60'). Also knowledge/experience of composite and/or aluminum construction. Knowledge of Rhino and Orca preferred
    Position is in Orange County, USA, applicant MUST be either a US Citizen or Green Card Holder.
    Note: I am not looking for contract help (I already have people doing this) It is a direct hire position.
     
  2. LostInBoston
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    LostInBoston Junior Member

    Here are some questions for you.
    Which Orange County? New company or established? Builder or design firm? Size of company? Government clients, recreational or both?
     
  3. mudsailor
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    mudsailor Junior Member

    Orange County, CA. (Anaheim) very well established company (50yrs +), built many boats, most recently mostly for military customers but some commercial (no recreational boats in the last 15years)
     
  4. Sjohn413
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    Sjohn413 New Member

    I'm interested in your position. I have a masters degree in mechanical engineering (graduating this month) and structural composites experience from a top aerospace company. I've also worked in hydrodynamic design and tow-tank testing for the Navy, and I hold a secret security clearance if that helps. I don't have formal naval architecture training though. Would you still be interested in considering me for this position?
     
  5. Simone Milenati
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    Simone Milenati New Member

    Candidature

    My name is Simone Milenati and I graduated in July 2007 (in Italy) in Industrial Design with the highest grades. In the past years I have dedicated myself to studying yacht design, and I got a post graduate course in Yacht Design in May 2011 (I° level Master Degree). I have been able to practice my skills working with a prestigious naval roman architect (who was also the supervisor of my thesis), in an italian custom yacht shipyard (Adriasail) and in a company that performs an high-level structural design in the naval field (AMS-Italia). Hoping to be introduced in your reality or start a collaboration with VAT number, I am at your disposal for any clarifications.
     
  6. mudsailor
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    mudsailor Junior Member

    Simone
    Unless you have a green card I can't use you, sorry
     
  7. daiquiri
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    daiquiri Engineering and Design

    Hello folks,

    why don't you send your enquiries and offers at Mudsailor's private e-mail or via the BD.net private-messaging system? You can find all the buttons and links here: http://www.boatdesign.net/forums/profile/mudsailor.html

    I mean, rather than going through this public rejection process, which I find a bit sad and degrading... It looks like to me like a kind of Big Brother TV show with a job as the final reward for the winner.
     
  8. mudsailor
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    mudsailor Junior Member

    I really wanted to avoid the public rejection part as well, that's why I very clearly listed the requirements and I have received some private messages from qualified candidates (and I have responded the same way) some people are not set up to receive PM's.....
     
  9. modflod
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    modflod Junior Member

    there is a job posting section on the Westlawn Institute of marine technology website for graduates and students only. Perhaps you could advertise there. I've seen many interesting jobs on there over the years.
     

  10. zukezach
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    zukezach New Member

    Hello, I was wondering if you could send me your contact info to my email, the private messaging system is not working for me at the moment. I will respond with my info. My email is zukezach@umich.edu. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
     
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