Candidates will be responsible for supporting a wide variety of electrical systems and equipment for 688 Class Moored Training Ship (MTS), and OHIO Replacement. Candidates will have an opportunity to support two new high visibility programs, one to convert two existing 688 Class submarines into MTSs and one to design the OHIO Replacement Class. Candidate will be responsible to develop/review functional requirements documents, system descriptions, equipment procurement specifications, and system drawing development, and to support 3D design forelectrical systems and equipment for propulsion plant components, ship systems components, reactor plant instrumentation and control systems, steam and electric plant systems and components, and power system applications. |
Duties associated with the programs supported by D429 include, but are not limited to: Receive, evaluate and disposition system and component related questions, trouble calls and liaison inquiries from the EB construction shipyard, Naval shipyards, nuclear prime contractors and NAVSEA; Provide engineering input for creation and revision of technical documents such as technical manuals, ship system and component drawings, operating instructions, component repair parts documentation, preventive maintenance, etc. Candidates working in the group will be required to fulfill the responsibilities of a project engineer overseeing all aspects of the development of complex tasks. This would include maintaining budgets and schedules, interfacing with design, other engineering organizations, and multiple customers, and technical review and oversight of all products produced for the assigned tasks. Some travel required.