N. Kingstown, RI
Please note that our definition of Outfitting includes pretty much anything that is not structural or piping such as profiles, compartment and access, equipment foundations (i.e. pumps, electrical control panels, etc.), fire control plans, seating arrangements, etc
The Outfitting Designer must be experienced and have a working knowledge of the fabrication and assembly of steel hull vessels.
They must have the ability to understand ABS/Coast Guard rules and regulations. He/she must comply with all safety procedures and guidelines and comply with all company issued policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
He/she must also have excellent work ethics including excellent attendance, punctuality and the desire to complete designated work in a timely fashion.
Requires engineering degree or previous relevant experience.
Produce craft friendly drawings based on developed basic design drawings and make drawings for various assemblies and systems.
Review and revise outfitting drawings for various projects.
Address all change requested from the craft and work with the owner representative on current issues and change proposals.
Make detailed work packages to be issued to production.
These packages consist of all drawings, nestings and information for every process leading to installation. This also includes ensuring that no parts are duplicated or missing.
Develop and update nesting programs for outfitting designs.
Perform field engineering functions.
Keep current boat development modules up to date with all corrections and improvements incorporated.