AECOM is actively seeking an Engineering Technician to perform work as a US Naval Ships' Main Steam Propulsion Support specialist. The position will be located at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC), Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia.
Essential Responsibilities: Primary skills required are in condition based maintenance assessment repair, and maintenance of Main Steam Propulsion Support on US Naval ships.
- Have knowledge about US Naval Ships' team Main Propulsion Support on Navy Ships.
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of Navy assessment programs, visit processes and reporting Methods for visits.
- Provide support for various assessments and technical assistance. Following is possible list of equipment and services to be supported. This is not an all-inclusive list and is subject to change: US Automatic Boiler Control Systems, Main/Auxiliary/Waste Heat Boilers, Main Feed Systems, Main Shaft Seals, Line Shaft Bearings, Main Reduction Gears, and Vibration Analysis on Navy Ships,
- Conduct inspections and/or assessment of current ship conditions.
- Evaluate the findings of the inspections and/or assessments and determine away ahead to correct the current situation in supporting Steam Main Propulsion, Automatic Boiler Control Systems, Main/Auxiliary/Waste Heat Boilers, Main Feed Systems, Main Shaft Seals, Line Shaft Bearings, Main Reduction Gears, and Vibration Analysis
- Ability to utilize computers including the Microsoft Office Suite for compiling information for reports and history files and transfer digital pictures from camera to computer and enhance as required and label them for report purposes.
- Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.
- Five (5) years of specialized hands-on experience in the operation, repair, maintenance and assessment of US Naval Marine Main reduction Gear, Turning Gear, Thrust Bearings, Main shaft Seals, Bulkhead Shaft Seals, Gas Turbine Generators Reduction Gear, Emergency Diesel Generator; Pedestal Bearings, air Operated Diaphragm Control Valves and Auxiliary Equipment Support.
- Position requires a Confidential Security Clearance
- Position may require travel
- General Experience: (Desired) Ten (10) years’ experience within the last 20 years in the operation, repair and maintenance of naval or marine propulsion machinery, electrical distribution or ordnance systems. A minimum of four (4) of the years should have been in a position of team leader or coordinator over a subordinate work force involved in the physical maintenance and repair of US Navy mechanical, electrical or electronic equipment and systems.
- Specialized Experience: (Desired) Four (4) years’ experience within the last 10 years with 600 psi or 1200 psi steam propulsion, diesel propulsion or gas turbine propulsion and ancillary equipment.
- a) At a minimum two (2) of the years should have been in the administration of the Navy 3-M and supply system, OR
- b) At a minimum four (4) of the years should have been in auxiliary and deck machinery
- c) The specialized experience should demonstrate the individual’s ability to:
- Work independently
- Supervise technical personnel in performance of operation, maintenance, modification and repair.
- Provide on the job training to technical personnel in the operation, repair and maintenance (including use of equipment)
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