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Job – Ship Integrated Design Team in Washington
Location: Washington, DC, USA
Job type: Permanent
Category: Building Services Engineering
Job Reference: 357688775
Posted on: 20 Feb 2018
About the Role:
JOIN OUR NAVAL SHIP INTEGRATED DESIGN TEAM The Rosenblatt Ship Design Division of The Columbia Group (TCG) is seeking Naval/Marine Engineers in various disciplines to join our ship integrated design team. The design team which consists of an Integration Program Manager, Naval Architects, Marine Electrical Engineers, Marine Mechanical Engineers, Combat Systems Engineers, and HVAC Engineers will be responsible for modifying an existing class of warship to meet US Navy requirements. The ideal candidates will perform integrated design as well as modifications to existing designs, requiring the application of US naval standards, procedures, and criteria in carrying out the prescribed sequence of related technical tasks. Team members will also be responsible for preparation of assessments, reports and other documentation and/or presentations as required. Marine Mechanical, Electrical Engineers, Drafters & Designers with combatant ship design experience of all levels are encouraged to apply!
22 Feb 18. SEPI rules out Navantia yard closures.
Spanish state-holding company, the Sociedad Estatal de Participaciones Industriales (SEPI), has reported that it will not close any of naval shipbuilder Navantia’s yards but will push ahead with plans to rejuvenate the workforce under a major modernisation programme.
The message was relayed to trade union representatives at a meeting in the Andalucia regional capital of Seville on 21 February by SEPI President Pilar Platero.
Outlining the results of recent talks on a strategic plan for Navantia with the unions, she said they would be looking to improve efficiency by modernising all the shipbuilder’s work centres through new technologies and digitalisation. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
21 Feb 18. Babcock to develop base in Busan, South Korea. Further strengthening its international reach and its presence in South Korea, Babcock International, the highly- skilled engineering company has announced that it is to open a facility in Busan, South Korea’s second largest city after its capital Seoul. With a long – standing presence in the country through its Weapons Handling and Launch System (WHLS) design and manufacture contract for the Jangbogo III submarine programme, and work in the commercial marine market, Babcock is looking to further invest in the country as it drives forward with its global growth ambitions. The company will set up a new office facility in the large Port city of Busan; an ideal location to support Jangbogo III, South Korea’s first indigenous submarine programme, and new business within the wider defence industry. Babcock is working closely with the Busan Metropolitan City Government and the British Embassy to establish its South Korean base with the facility due to be opened within the next few months. A key element of Babcock’s in-country investment is to maximise the pool of local engineering talent to champion Babcock’s marine capability and to grow its Korean portfolio. Speaking at an event in Busan with the Busan Metropolitan City Government to announce the new venture Jeff Lewis, Managing Director, Defence Systems Technology, Babcock said: “Establishing Babcock Korea in Busan will help to support the Jangbogo III programme and will give us access to local skills to support our supply chain, manufacturing and contract activities. “The new site will also provide a platform to seek new opportunities in Korea, predominantly in the marine de