Engineer II

Company Name:
Fincantieri Marine Group
Requisition Number: 1653
Job Title: Engineer II
Area of Interest: Engineering
City: Sturgeon Bay
State/Province: Wisconsin
Job Description: Fincantieri Marine Group Company (FMG) is one of the leading mid-sized shipbuilders in the United States for commercial and governmental customers, including the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard. We currently have an opening for an Engineer II at Bay Shipbuilding Company, our Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin location.
The Engineer II assists in cost estimating and the development of functional and production designs for various marine construction systems. They will work with Engineers (Project Leads) in determining the technical requirements of a project and apply engineering principles to develop, review and purchase based on designs and specifications as related to equipment selection. The Engineer II must have the ability to verify the functional design through calculations and validate the design through test procedure development. They provide technical support to the Engineering and Estimating Departments as well to customers during problem resolution.
The Engineer II supervises resources as determined during the course of the Project by the Engineering Manager. This may include responsible individuals (Engineers, Estimators, Designers and Drafters) all of whom will support her/him in the completion of the functional design and supporting documentation associated with Ship Systems. He/she will plan and assign drawing review, material quotation/requisition and drafting efforts, and will perform checking for the work assigned.
The Engineer II must exhibit the capacity to supervise from 1-3 people. In so doing she/he must be able to motivate, set expectations and discipline individuals as required to achieve Project Goals and Objectives. His/her personal competencies must include technical skills in the field of Ship Design and Production supplemented by an understanding of schedule and budget requirements. He/she must exhibit time management skills complemented by the ability to prioritize problem solving/issues resolving activities so as to maximize achievement of his goals and objectives. He/she must have the drive and discipline to monitor, maintain, modify (as required) and enforce existing department policies and procedures.
Qualified Candidates must have a B.S. in Engineering plus a minimum of 3 years of ship design/production experience, or an Associate Degree from an accredited junior or technical college with an emphasis in mechanical or electrical design/drafting plus 5 years of ship design/production experience, or a High School education plus 7 years of ship design/production experience. The ability to interpret customer specifications as related to piping system requirements into functional documentation required to cost effectively construct the perspective vessel is the prime qualification of the Engineer. His/her years of experience in ship design must include a familiarity with Regulatory Body Requirements associated with the Ship Building industry (i.e. ABS, 46 CFR, and The US Coast Guard).
It is a plus if the Engineer II has experience with BSC's primary software applications, AutoCad 2D/3D, and EPICOR system. The ability to use Microsoft Office Word and Excel is required.
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Bay Shipbuilding Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer. We promote a Drug Free Work Environment and require pre-employment drug testing as well as mandatory random drug testing. Minorities, Women, Veterans and Disabled are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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