Naval Architect - Marine Projects

  • Fortescue Metals Group Ltd
  • Australia, WA
  • Jul 27, 2022
Engineering Full-time

Job Description:

FFI is leading Fortescue’s decarbonisation and growth agendas. This will be achieved through developing a portfolio of projects centred on the production of renewable hydrogen, ammonia, minerals, and other value-added products. FFI is underpinned by Fortescue’s world class expertise, operational excellence, and proven capability to drive future growth.

Title: Naval Architect – Marine Projects

Work location: Perth based (Hazelmere)

Roster: 5/2 Roster (Mon to Fri)

In support of Fortescue’s strong focus on green energy and our carbon neutrality targets, one of our key initiatives will be in our Marine Department whereby we will develop and test Marine Vessels powered by green fuels

The Naval Architect will be responsible for green ammonia and green hydrogen new build vessel concepts, detailed design, and development. New build vessels are expected to be a mix of carrier type vessels and floating storage solutions.

The Naval Architect shall ensure that the design shall be safe, operable, maintainable, meet product specification and availability targets, and be suitable for the specific design life.

The Naval Architect is responsible for working closely with FFI nominated shipbuilder(s) to ensure vessel design and construction meets all FFI requirements.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience with cryogenic and hazardous storage vessel design, shipyard-based engineering teams, an innovator who can think out of the box and be an effective communicator.

Key accountabilities will include:

Qualifications and skills required:

Our values drive our culture and performance through a strong focus on safety, family and determination. We celebrate and respect people’s differences and commit to providing an inclusive work environment. This is an exciting time to join Fortescue.

We encourage Aboriginal Australians and female candidates to apply.

Fortescue reserves the right to close applications early should a suitable pool of candidates be identified