The New Building Junior Project Engineer is responsible for supporting design and engineering activities within the MSC New Building Programme. The role will support all pre-and post-contract activities within a distinct class of vessel, through the adoption of a single, consolidated project delivery approach to initiating,planning, executing, monitoring. and controlling of contentious issues. A key factor in the role is identified as providing a seamless flow of information across the multiple departments and stakeholders involved in the project. On occasion the role will require visits to the premises of subcontractors to carry out supporting works as necessary.
Language: English(fluent both written and spoken). French\/Italian language knowledge is a plus.Degree in Naval Architecture and\/or Marine Engineering is required
6 months experience working in a cruise operator, shipyard or engineering company
Demonstrable strong Auto CAD \/ Micro station drafting skills is required
Project Administration & Support
Fluent in communicating and summarising issues;
Availability to travel as when required.
Provides design and engineering support as part of all project life cycle activities
Supports prototyping and revision of design and architecture through CAD drafting
Contributes engineering expertise to design and contractual plan approval processes
Develops and maintains detailed project registers;
Assesses and evaluates change orders in support of the Project Director \/ Project Engineer Supports delivery and warranty periods, co-coordinating resolutions and managing stakeholders Documents and communicates lessons learned project wide within the New Building team;
Liaises with Ship personnel during vessel visits (i.e. Staff Captain, HME, etc).VISA REQUIREMENTS (if any)
Right to work within the UK Part of the MSC Group, MSC Cruises is the market leader in the Mediterranean, South Africa and South America, and sails year-round in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. Its seasonal itineraries cover northern Europe, the Atlantic Ocean, South America, southern Africa, and the Persian/Arabian Gulf. MSC Cruises was born in the Mediterranean, and draws inspiration from this heritage to create a unique experience for holidaymakers worldwide. As a result of a euro 6.5 billions investment programme launched in 2003, MSC Cruises' fleet comprises 13 state-of-the-art cruise ships belonging to four different classes: Lirica, Musica, Fantasia and Meraviglia. The fleet's average age is 7 years, the youngest in the industry. In 2014, MSC Cruises launched a euro 9 billion, 10 year investment plan to support the second phase of its growth through the order of up to 11 next generation mega cruise ships. As a result, MSC Cruises' fleet will double by 2026, while the passenger capacity will triple to reach five million passengers per year. MSC Cruises is the first cruise company to develop an investment plan of this length and magnitude. MSC Cruises feels a deep responsibility for the environments in which it operates, and was the first company ever to earn the Bureau Veritas "7 Golden Pearls" for superior management and environmental stewardship. In 2009, MSC Cruises began an enduring partnership with UNICEF to support various programmes assisting children worldwide.