7 months ago
Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently recruiting for a Naval Architect/Structural Engineer who must be proficient in the use of MOSES software.
This job requires contract support/agency staff to carry out a modification to an exisiting MOSES model of a floating structure. The modified model must then be re-run to determine whether the forces on the floating structure differ from the orginal model. A short technial report on the findings and the effects these findings have on the floating structure must be produced.
Skills / Qualifications
The successful candidate must
* be fully competanct and experieinced with MOSES
* be experienced in analysising the output of MOSES models
* understand the implications of the output from MOSES models on the structure being modelled
* have good written English and experience of producing technical reports
* be a UK National
* hold BPSS clearnace or be capable of attaining this level of clearance
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