Pay Ranges: $24.28 to $31.94 per hour, based on experience
Designs components or portions of systems and modifies existing designs to develop or improve products and facilitate manufacturing operations. Utilizes computer-aided design equipment and/or graphic tools such as CAD, CAM, or CATIA. Gathers information, makes studies, computes calculations and prepares original rough layouts, and sketches to present design proposals. Coordinates design criteria with engineering, manufacturing, tooling, material, and planning groups such as ease of manufacture, availability of materials, and contractual specifications. Exclude classifications in which incumbents predominantly perform drafting assignments.
This position is for an entry-level electrical designer within department E63 – Aircraft Carrier Electrical Engineering. The candidate may work within any E63 discipline and will be exposed to some or all of the following disciplines: 4160/450V/120V power/lighting generation and distribution, interior communication circuits (alarms, lighting, machinery control, networks, navigation, fiber optic plant, or combat systems), compartment arrangements and compartment outfitting/design, or wireways. Although not a requirement, it would be beneficial for the candidate to have experience or familiarity with some of the following skills/subjects: AutoCAD drafting, aircraft carriers or other naval ships, performing basic technical calculations, resolving technical and design problems, basic electrical work methods, or preparing technical products or engineering documents.
Associate degree and 1 year of experience.
2 years of related experience can be substituted for an associate degree or a certificate or graduation from Navy Nuclear Power School can be substituted for an associate degree.