|Job Ref:||2015-7181||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Industry:||Aerospace||Country:||United States||County/State:||Rhode Island||City:||North Kingstown||Address:||Post Date:||22/10/2016 05:09|
This posting is for mechanical test personnel in the Quonset Point Test Organization (Dept 972). Mechanical testers perform hydrostatic and other acceptance testing in accordance with various technical manuals, drawings, specifications and procedures. Candidates must be able to understand mechanical, piping & structural drawings and system diagrams. The ability to determine technical testing requirements from piping and mechanical drawings is essential. Individuals must be able to construct, install, operate & maintain test equipment in a shop environment and on board submarine modules under construction. Candidates must have an understanding of and ability to use various hand tools, air & electrically operated pumps and shop equipment. Individuals will perform the duties of a Mechanical Safety Technician for tag-out and ensure that work areas are safe.|
High School Diploma/GED preferred. Additional preference given for Vocational, Technical and Community College or Apprentice programs. Basic math skills are required. 2+ years experience relevant to the job description. U.S. Navy submarine experience involving the operation and maintenance of propulsion, environmental & auxiliary systems is highly desirable. Experience in blueprint reading is required. Previous Military/Navy related experience is preferred.
Applicant must be granted a minimum of an interim secret clearance prior to position commencing. They must be able to obtain and maintain a final secret clearance to remain in that position. Must possess strong mathematical, communication, computer and interpersonal skills. Must be able to work all shifts, heights, confined spaces and extreme temperature conditions as required. Applicant will be required to work in a collaborative team environment and meet organizational goals. Applicant must be able to read and interpret technical manuals, shipyard procedures, test documents, complex manufacturing blueprints and procedures. Individuals may be required to possess their own basic hand tools.