Candidate will have experience and ability to:
Conduct ship checks and provide waterfront engineering support on a pier-side or dry docked CVN68 Class naval ship. The ship may be in a maintenance availability at Naval Station Norfolk, or at Newport News HII Shipyard.
Must be strongly familiar with Navy ship maintenance of CVN68 Class in one or more areas primarily electrical/electronics in nature in the following areas: Combat Systems, Topside (Non-Propulsion) Systems, Aircraft Launch and Recovery (ALRE) Systems, Power and Lighting Systems, Auxiliary Cooling Systems, Ventilation Systems, and other shipboard systems having electrical components.
Review AIT/CCT Plan of Action and Milestones for accuracy and completeness. Visit shipboard work sites to resolve waterfront engineering problems. Provide overall engineering support to the PMS312 Program Office PARM/OSIC and Project Team as an onsite waterfront engineering support team.
Assist in integration of AIT/CCT repairs in an RCOH availability. Review work sequence, drawings and specifications to understand scope and technical requirements.
Job Requirements/skill sets:
An ideal candidate will have 10 or more years of electrical/electronics maintenance experience with one or more areas of Combat Systems, Topside Non-Propulsion Systems, Aircraft Launch and Recovery (ALRE) Systems, Power and Lighting Systems, Auxiliary Cooling, Ventilation, and other shipboard systems having electrical components.
Knowledge of U.S. Navy ship systems and/or prior Navy shipboard maintenance experience is necessary.
The ideal candidate shall also possess:
Knowledge of Navy Standard Items and/or GSO requirements, as well as, Navy and commercial Shipbuilding Specifications.
Good understanding of navy and commercial electrical specifications, technical requirements, material specifications, material procurement and navy maintenance procedures associated with shipboard electrical/electronic equipment/systems..
Strong initiative characteristics and interpersonal skills, including ability to write detailed reports and effectively prepare and give presentations.
Strong knowledge of CVN68 Class Aircraft Carrier maintenance and configuration controls.
Experience interfacing with Naval organizations and basic knowledge of their functional structure is necessary.
The candidate shall have successfully completed a 4 year Bachelor of Science degreed curriculum from an accredited college or university in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology.
In lieu of a 4 year degree, candidates will be considered who have completed a 4 year Shipyard Apprenticeship program and/or served in an engineering technician capacity providing waterfront engineering support and problem resolution for ship repair in a shipyard environment.
US Citizenship is required.
Candidate must be eligible to obtain a Government security clearance.
Travel: Infrequent out of area travel. Periodic local travel for ship checks and/or meetings.
EOE, including disability/vets: QED is an equal opportunity employer.
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