Project Engineer for ship hydrodynamics and towing tank testing
Do you want to work with the top experts in naval architecture? And are you keen to drive international towing tank projects? Then you might be our next colleague!
FORCE Technology’s Business Development Unit Maritime, Air & Sound in Lyngby provides services to the global construction and maritime industries. This covers, advanced ship simulations, plus experimental and computational evaluation of buildings, bridges, ships and offshore structures to assess and optimize their performance.
FORCE Technology is facing a transformation. We will become an even more business-oriented, digital and green company, which to an even greater extent actively focuses on our customers, current and future. Every year we service up to 10,000 Danish and international companies from various industries. But we have the potential, to reach many more and with far more services and skills. As our new Project Engineer, you will become an important part of it.
Internationally minded, with a talent for data analysis and experimental work
As our new Project Engineer, you will be responsible for the daily coordination, planning and execution of towing tank projects. Setup and testing in the towing tank, will be in close cooperation with our technicians.
We offer a position, in a dedicated and skilled team in a company, which has a strong focus on assisting worldwide clients, with value creating consultancy related to ship and offshore hydrodynamics.
Some of your key tasks will be:
- model design, setup of measuring equipment and execution of tests
- data analysis and reporting
- dialogue with clients during projects
- participation in the team’s consultancy activities.
The Tank Team is part of the Department for Hydro- and Aerodynamics and the team performs all the department’s tasks, related to tank testing and hydrodynamics for ships, offshore structures, and floating wind turbine foundations, including R&D activities. The team also provides consultancy assistance to our clients, based on the measured results, in connection with design optimization and troubleshooting.
You will be working from our location in Lyngby.
What we expect from you
You most likely have a master’s degree in mechanical engineering with focus on naval architecture, and a talent for experimental work and data acquisition. Furthermore, we imagine that you bring:
- knowledge within ship hydrodynamics
- experience with, and understanding of, data analysis
- knowledge within programming (e.g., Matlab) and 3D drawing tools (Rhino/NAPA) preferred
- good at planning and executing projects to meet deadlines within allocated resources
- service-minded and enjoy engaging with clients.
In addition to the above, you have an analytical and structured approach in your daily work, you like practical work in the tank environment, and you provide professional and high-quality services to our clients. Newly graduated will also be taken into consideration for this position, as we will provide the training you will need to succeed in the position.
It is important that you enjoy working in an international environment, as your colleagues and clients are of many nationalities. For the same reason, good communication skills and English at a professional level is a must.
Are you interested?
Send your application to us as soon as possible, as we will be conducting interviews on a continuous basis. Please note that we only accept electronic applications via our recruitment system.
You can apply for the job at Jobindex. Follow the link in the job fact box.
If you have any questions about the position, then feel free to contact Team Leader Per Bech at +45 43 25 07 21.
We look forward to hearing from you.
We can offer a unique workplace with a great diversity of professions and tasks. We work to make the world more sustainable and safer, and as an Approved Technological Service Institute we are a central part of technology development in Denmark. Everyday life is characterised by business, high professionalism, curiosity and humour in an informal atmosphere.
At FORCE Technology, we are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse environment, and we are actively looking for qualified people candidates regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, disability or age.