Naval Architect Resume Sample

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It is not prudent to believe that the resume which you used to acquire your present naval architect job will be as good when you apply for a subsequent one. For one, your experience has been built on. Secondly, naval architect resume writing directives have changed since you last wrote your resume. And all this will matter tremendously to a new employer, who is not only interested in what you know about the job, but also how well acquainted you are with the ways of the world.

Rehash your old resume and create a new one. Try using the following format:

 

Naval Architect Resume Sample

 

Steve Gibson

500 Beaudet Street ● Columbia, CT 45453 ● (000) 323-5456 ● sgibson @ email . com


NAVAL ARCHITECT

Performance Summary: 13+ years’ track record of designing, building and maintaining different types of marine vessels and structures. A self-starter with high energy enabling efficient coordination of the work of engineering design teams in order to successfully meet project deadlines. Hands-on experience in studying design proposals and specifications to establish basic characteristics of ships, including height, weight and speed.

PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

• Unmatched ability to accurately develop sectional and waterline curves of hulls to establish center of gravity and stability
• Specialized courses in designing ships’ interiors, including passenger compartments, cargo space and elevators
• Adept at leading teams from a variety of specialties to oversee building and testing prototypes and ensuring that they conform to specifications

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

• Design Studies• Hull Form Design• HVAC Deployment
• Prototype Testing• Submarine Design Concepts• Naval Architecture
• Fluid Mechanics• 3D Modeling• Seaworthiness Compliance
• Repair and Maintenance• Regulation and Surveying• Maritime Operations

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

FLUOR CORPORATION, Columbia, CT | Oct 2008 – Present
Naval Architect

• Confer with client companies to determine their marine designing needs
• Design ships and boats using complex mathematical and physical models to ensure a technically sound design
• Plan building processes of vessels, from concept through delivery of final product
• Provide clients with engineering solutions, technical and commercial guidance and project management support
• Determine general size and purpose of marine vessel and brainstorm for ideas on how to design it
• Develop sectional and waterline curves of hulls by following strict safety standards
• Set up the layout of boiler room equipment and heating and ventilation systems
• Ascertain that the propulsion machinery and refrigeration equipment is properly set up and installed
• Lead teams to oversee building and testing of prototypes and assist with the actual building process

Key Accomplishments
• Designed an entire HVAC program for a warship which the previous architect had forgotten to incorporate
• Introduced the 3D modeling concept, which increased design decision making by 52%
• Implemented a preventative maintenance program which reduced chances of breakdowns by 72%
• Trained 7 batches of assistant naval architects in submarine design concepts and fluid mechanics, as part of a rigorous training program

CARNIVAL CRUISE LINE, Columbia, CT | Mar 2002 – Oct 2008
Assistant Naval Architect

• Interviewed clients to determine their marine vessel building needs
• Assisted in creating designs for boats and ships by following safety standards
• Conducted basic design work for ongoing maintenance and upgrades
• Provided cost estimates and monitored set budgets
• Assisted in determining root causes of ongoing vessel non-conformities and accidents
• Prepared reports on contracts, contract estimates and modifications

EDUCATION
CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY, Denver, CT – 2000
Master of Engineering in Naval Architecture






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