The development and testing of an emergency ship arrest sea anchor. The integration of propulsion, navigation, and communication systems for a 400-foot ferry. The analysis and design of offshore wind and wave energy harvesting devices. The development of machinery plant monitoring and control systems for a liquefied gas carrier. This is the kind of work that awaits you at Glosten. For 60 years, we've solved some of the world's most unique marine challenges from our office on Seattle's vibrant waterfront. Our view of a bustling port, a neighboring shipyard, and vessels crossing Puget Sound provide a constant reminder that the work we do stretches far beyond our community. It's work that impacts the world, and it's work we want you to be a part of.
Glosten (equal opportunity employer) is seeking an entry-level engineer to join our growing electrical engineering group. Our electrical engineers provide specialized expertise in marine electrical engineering to support integrated ship designs and modifications as part of multi-disciplinary teams.
- Minimum Bachelor's degree in one of the following: marine engineering; naval architecture; mechanical engineering; or electrical engineering.
- Coursework or background in marine structures, hydrostatics, hydrodynamics, and statistical analysis is a plus for candidates with a mechanical or electrical engineering degree.
- Engineer-in-Training certification is preferred.
- Excellent communication skills in verbal, written, and graphic formats.
- Proficiency in AutoCAD, Rhino, or equivalent CAD program.
- Microsoft Office software packages.
- Demonstrated interest in the marine industry; with a specific interest in shipboard power systems, communication systems, control systems, electric ship designs, and/or autonomy.
- General knowledge and interest in electrical power and control systems, including three phase power systems, power systems analysis, generators, electric motors, and industrial control systems.
- General knowledge of shipboard systems.
- The successful applicant will demonstrate a passion for the marine industry and will show a willingness to expand their technical expertise beyond electrical engineering to encompass other aspects of ship design.
Some travel and fieldwork are required. Some project assignments may require a valid driver's license, current passport, and/or TWIC card.
Due to project restrictions, Glosten will only consider applicants with unrestricted access to work in the United States or those eligible for TN visas.
Interested applicants should submit their cover letter, resume, and transcripts (both official and unofficial will be accepted) for review. Applicants missing any of the above documents will not be considered.
Please visit our website (www.glosten.com) to learn more about our company, our projects and clients, and what is happening at Glosten.
Glosten is proud to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Glosten does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, handicap, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status in accordance with applicable state and federal laws.
We encourage women, minorities, veterans, disabled veterans, and the disabled to apply for this position.