|Job Ref:||9141||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Country:||United States||County/State:||Connecticut||City:||Groton||Address:||Post Date:||16/10/2016 05:11|
Project Engineers in D410 Structures, Shielding, and Arrangements are responsible for structural design/engineering and construction support on the S6G Moored Training Ship (MTS) project to convert two SSN688 Class submarines to training platforms for the Navy nuclear propulsion training program.|
Technical areas requiring support are reactor plant, steam plant, ships systems, and safety related (Engineered Safety Features) foundations, structures, and shielding.
The structural project engineer is responsible for the development and technical review of design deliverables including class construction drawings, material requirements, calculations, ships modification instructions, and maintenance requirements. Engineers develop innovative solutions to solve design and construction problems, perform calculations, and assist in material selection. Engineers interact with Design, Materials, Operations, team leaders, manufacturing engineering, life cycle support, test engineering, logistics engineering, and external customers on a regular basis.
Engineers will provide structural and shielding construction support to resolve design discrepancies and construction issues that arise at both Quonset Point and Norfolk Naval Shipyard facilities. Frequent interface and interaction in a team environment with other engineering disciplines, CAD designers, Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corporation, Norfolk Naval Shipyard personnel, and the Navy is typical.
This group requires a senior technical engineer to mentor, advise and develop entry level engineers.