• Direct Placement
  • Louisiana

Position Type: Direct Placement

Title: Marine Project Engineer II

Location: Louisiana

Pay Range: Open – Negotiable






Reporting to the Director of Product Development, the Project Engineer manages all facets of the engineering design of a project to include communication and coordination with outside engineering firms and working with Production, Program Managers, Customers, Estimating, and Sales to develop drawings and specifications.

Manage technical/design issue resolution, as well as manage Engineering product development and issuance according to defined project schedules.





  • Participate in project kick-off meetings to review schedule, build strategy, and project specific information.
  • Develop and maintain project Document Logs, Requirement Matrices and ensure proper distribution of Design Documents.
  • Perform field engineering tasks (e.g., as-built surveys, interference resolution, etc.) as required.
  • Write and review system/equipment.
  • systems/equipment and vendor evaluations.
  • Prepare, revise, and/or review technical manuals, engineering operating procedures, instructions, specifications, drawings, standards and documentation for cognizant equipment and systems.
  • Conduct design reviews and manage subcontract and internal engineering activities.
  • Interact with project management and project engineers in support of project requirements.
  • Ability to support the Production Craft concerning technical issues.





  • Comprehensive knowledge of ship design principles, shipbuilding and/or manufacturing operations.
  • Good leadership and management skills.
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to read and write effectively, speak with clarify and listen actively.
  • Ability to adapt to situations while maintaining the highest level of efficiency and professionalism.
  • Ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
  • Knowledge of federal regulations (USCG), international rules (SOLAS) and classification society rules (ABS).





  • Engineering degree is required.
    • 5 + years of Engineering experience is required.
    • Shipyard experience with new-build vessel construction, upgrades, conversions or repairs.
    • Technical writing skills.
    • Competency with Microsoft Office Tools and Software.
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