This position is contingent upon award.
Advanced planning, preparation, and assisting with coordination of a work control and tag out program for complex ship’s systems.
Provides expert technical engineering advice and independently evaluates and analyses the scope of conventional and innovative problem areas and plans and recommends technically sound processes and solutions. Monitor the project’s work control program, including resolution of problems and anticipate and examine other issues.
Assist with the development of system turnover procedures under shipyard operational control. Ensure proper concurrence and coordination for interfaces with nuclear and combat systems and components utilizing a broad comprehension of their functional relationships.
Assist the Chief Test Engineer (CTE) and/or Advanced Planning Manager (APM) in specifying prerequisite ship conditions for performance of productive work to ensure the vessel is maintained in a condition that is safe for personnel and equipment. Plan work to be accomplished and establish priorities and timetables.
Assist the CTE and APM with technical support and management of project work control and tag out programs.
Prepare formal and informal comprehensive reports, interpreting and/or outlining the procedures and guidelines of the tag out and work control programs with properly analyzed and valid conclusions and/or recommendations.
Perform data gathering, data collection, and data analysis. Generate reports, presentations, and other engineering deliverables. Coordinate work with engineers and technicians handling interrelated phases of projects for compatibility with production requirements and timely completion.
Assist in preparing procedures for conducting tests on various mechanical, electrical/electronic, and structural equipment, and components and systems.
Determine special equipment and instruments required to perform tests. Establish operational parameters such as flow, speed, pressures, etc. based on ship design requirements.
Perform technical evaluations for acceptable substitutes for materials, based on engineering evaluation of material properties, environmental considerations, service conditions, and system operating parameters.
Prepare technical working documents such as Job Summaries and Task Group Instructions providing all phases of the job including site preparation and restoration, pre-fabrication, rip out, modification, reinstallation, material requirements, and testing of cognizant system equipment or components for mechanical, electrical, and structural areas assigned.
Act as a troubleshooter in the identification and resolution of problems encountered during installation, grooming, or testing phases of waterfront production efforts.
Create/issue technical instructions or Discrepancy Forms (DFs) for repair or modification of a component/system to ensure it performs its intended function.
Communicate on design engineering projects with personnel from other engineering codes or from other activities.
Support development of training materials and support training for ship’s equipment and/or shipyard processes.
Perform advanced planning preparation of Job Summaries, E-Specifications, and other technical work documents including material identification, ordering, planning, and estimating.
Professional Engineer's License (as appropriate to assigned cognizance) or bachelor's degree in Engineering or Naval Architecture (as appropriate to assigned cognizance)
At least 6 years practical design engineering experience, at a professional level, in responsible engineering duties, including the following which may have been gained concurrently.
At least 2 years progressive design experience (within last 7 years) involving design and working plan development for construction, conversion, or modernization of U.S. Naval Ships (does not include maritime ship design).
A degree in Engineering Technology is not considered equivalent to the required Bachelor of Engineering Degree.
An advanced planning position requires knowledge of and experience with the use of ATIS, Advanced Industrial Management (AIM), and Material Requirement (MRQT) data bases.
Ability to obtain a passport
Ability to communicate effectively
Must have an active DoD Secret security clearance and ability to access private and public shipyards and Naval installations
Up to 10% travel nationwide to include international travel as needed
Valkyrie Enterprises, Inc is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.
Category: Engineering Design
NOTE: The following description is a GENERAL Overview of this career and not a description of a particular job posting.
Engineering Design workers are typically responsible for the generation of panel layouts, sub assemblies, schematics, wiring diagrams, wire run lists, component selection, etc. for electrical systems of large scale industrial machinery. The main tool for design documentation is AutoCAD.
•Assure drawings and layouts are accurate, complete, and finished in a timely manner.
•Generation and maintenance of bill of materials and parts lists.
•Applying Engineering design techniques and utilize calculations in support of design/experimental activities.
•Develop electrical wiring schematics, sub-assembly drawings, and bills of material for control system design.
•Identify and solve technical engineering problems.
•Provide or assist in the creation of technical descriptions of operation, equipment checkout procedures, technical reports, user manuals and other documentation as required.
•Release components and system designs for manufacture of orders.
•Estimate man-hours required for tasks and report progress on assigned tasks.
•Provide plans, schedules, and estimates for technical programs.
•Work in conjunction with other groups to organize and plan assigned projects.
A BSEE / BSET or Two Year Electrical Technical Degree is typically required.
1-5 years experience in CAD electrical design related to ship repair/maintenance using recent versions of AutoCAD
Must be able to read, interpret and produce engineering schematics, wiring diagrams, point-to-point drawings, and engineering fabrication drawings
Must be able to work aboard vessels, climb ladders, and work in confined spaces
Must be a team player
Must be flexible in reference to project priorities
Must be willing to assemble technical manuals