Do you want to advance your career as a Structural Engineer in DNV’s Maritime Advisory?
What to expect as an engineer in the Structures section of Maritime Advisory?You will be part of a diverse team of 19 talented engineers offering world class advisory services within structures for ships and the offshore industries.The keyword for our section is FEM, finite element analysis including fatigue and ultimate response, and we help our customers with the most difficult and non-standard deliveries in the industry - meaning our projects are unique and offer new learnings every time and throughout your career. Luckily, you will be teamed up with our experts which are behind DNV’s rule development, who are leading international committees and are having years of experience within software, tools, and simulations.Working as an engineer in Structure’s section will give a wide exposure to the field of maritime structures, but also a close collaboration with the experts within other sections and disciplines in Maritim Advisory such as hydrodynamics, noise and vibration and life cycle management. We work across borders with units in China, Singapore, Hamburg, and Poland. This is a truly international and multidisciplinary environment which fosters learning, collaboration, and knowledge sharing through challenging projects.There is a large focus on continuous development and offering new digital solutions in the section, and we have fully digital services and our own in-house software as well as using leading industry tools such as DNV’s Sesam package and the commercial finite element program Abaqus.The Structures section is the perfect place for engineers to shape the future of their careers among experts and likeminded talents.Our section offers a wide array of services to the maritime and offshore industries, such as:Structural condition assessment and (digital) monitoringFatigue analyses from full stochastic to prescriptive calculations (FLS)Extreme response covering buckling, collision, and extreme loading (ULS and ALS)Alternative fuels and containment systems for gas and emerging technologies such as liquid hydrogen and CO2 transport, including carbon capture and storage (CCS).We have always been leaders within the technical discipline of structural analyses in the maritime and offshore industry, covering complex assets such as cruise ships, LNG carriers, FPSOs and wind turbine installation vessels (WTIV). In the last years we have been leading the development of digital twins for structural condition monitoring and offering fully digital online services to our customers. We truly believe this is one of the few workplaces where you work in the forefront of the technical field of maritime structures, close to both industry experts, academia, rule developers and varied customers within many segments.We have described a candidate for the section below, but we are looking for even more diversity and want to shape the perfect team for the future. For us it is most important to find the best candidate, regardless of their experience, so whether you are just starting your career or already have years of experience, you are welcome to apply and your application will be taken under consideration.In addition to knowledge and experience within structural analysis, we expect you to be forward leaning, positive, and open for acquiring new skills and participating in helping the maritime industry get fit for the future and increase the uptake of new solutions.Technical / Professional Expertise and Qualifications:We are looking for new engineer with a deep technical background, experience and interes for finite element analyses for ships. The below expectations are adjusted based on the candidate’s seniority.Strong academic background and MSc or PhD within naval architecture, marine structures, hydrodynamics, physics, mechanics or similarExperienced with FE Software such as DNV’s Sesam Package (including GeniE, Sestra, Stofat) or ABAQUS, Patran, etc. (linear and nonlinear FE analysis)Knowledge of relevant rules such as DNV-RU-SHIP Pt.3, DNV-OS-C102, DNV-CG-129, DNV-RP-C208, Common Structural Rules or equivalentProject Management experience from multidisciplinary projects involving customer handling and salesPrevious class or structural design experience preferable.Deep technical knowledge and understanding of specific asset types such as WTIV, FPSO, LNG, Cruise ships, etc. is a benefitFluent English (written and spoken)Personal qualitiesAnalytical and solution-orientedAbility to work independently, take initiative and produce resultsCurious, creative, and open to new ideasGood communication and collaboration skillsHigh integrity and must identify with DNV’s values.Consultancy mindset with ability to understand customer needs and find ideal solutionsTeam player with a customer-centric focus Adresse: Oslo