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Graduate Marine Structural Engineer

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  • Bachelor’s degree in civil/structural engineering with structural design experience in steel, concrete, and timber, seismic design, soil-structures interaction, and interest in large scale industrial and maritime projects. Knowledge of tides, waves, wind forces, structural analysis software, Microsoft Office, good communication, organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills required.
  • The Graduate Marine Structural Engineer at Worley will be responsible for developing work plans and budgets, liaising with clients, providing design for marine infrastructures, conducting field work, preparing project deliverables, supporting senior staff on larger projects, conducting detailed analysis and design of marine structures, coordinating inter-discipline tasks, and assisting with project reporting.

Graduate Job



  • WorleyConsulting's Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics (TIL) team is a leading provider of Ports and Marine and Material Handling services. We have a culture which seeks to challenge conventional and preconceived ideas. We have the sophisticated tools and skills necessary to provide innovative solutions to our customers, whether it is support for investment decisions through to the engineering design and delivery of Facilities. Unlike most Consulting and Advisory firms, WorleyConsulting is a technical world leader in maritime science and engineering, able to draw on comprehensive study, design, project management and construction supervision service experience to provide the right advice through the entire project cycle. Our diverse maritime capability, together with the understanding of complex port and marine terminal requirements for commercial ports, mining and hydrocarbons industries, allows us to deliver integrated and cost-effective solutions to our customers.
  • The Graduate Marine Structural Engineer is a full-time position based in Vancouver, BC. Canada.


  • Bachelor’s degree in civil/structural engineering
  • Structural design experience using steel, concrete, and timber
  • Experience with seismic design and soil-structures interaction
  • Interest in working on large scale industrial and maritime projects
  • Understanding of tides, wave and wind forces is preferred
  • Experience with structural analysis software and Microsoft Office is preferred
  • Good communication skills both written and verbal
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • The successful candidate will be assigned small projects from planning to implementation and typical tasks include:
  • Develop work plans and budgets
  • Liaise with clients and determine client requirements
  • Provide preliminary / conceptual design through to detailed design for marine infrastructures
  • Conduct field work (inspection and review during construction)
  • Prepare project deliverables including drawings, specifications, and reports
  • Support senior staff on larger projects including:
  • Detailed analysis and design of marine structures including docks, marinas, ports, ferry terminals, piers, steel sheet pile structures, steel and timber pile structures, floating structures and waterfront facilities.
  • Inter-discipline coordination
  • Assist with project reporting


Work type

Full time

Work mode


Application deadline

Jul 1, 2024