SHIPBOARD POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION
This is a full time shore side position located in Norfolk, VA supporting the US NAVY.
The candidate will have demonstrated direct experiences and knowledge in shipboard power generation and distribution. In addition to a working knowledge of shipboard electrical systems, the individual will possess troubleshooting and analytical capabilities to assess degraded systems and or equipment and offer corrective actions to restore system and equipment to fully operational status. The work environment includes onboard US Navy ships engineering spaces located pier side, in local industrial availabilities and while the ships are underway.
The candidate must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance. Be available for local and international travel.
ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN IV
Duties include programmatic support, analysis, monitoring and reporting of pre-deployment CASREPs, Fleet Material Readiness, Fleet Technical Support, surface ship assessment planning and execution, INSURV inspections, CNO availability planning and execution, pre-deployment maintenance availability planning and execution, deployed CASREPs, and INSURV results.
The ideal Candidate for this opening will:
- Provide programmatic, technical and engineering services with technical and programmatic support to accomplish fleet material readiness analysis, monitoring, and reporting during U.S. Navy surface ship operational and maintenance periods.
- As identified, provide/act as peer level counterpart managers for each requirement as necessary.
- Provide direct technical and programmatic support for all issues related to surface ship material condition readiness, assessments, maintenance availability planning, maintenance availability execution, fleet technical assistance, and waterfront technical authority.
- Provide current subject matter expertise to understand and recommend process improvements for DON, NAVSEA and CNRMC instructions and policies as applicable to the Engineering Department.
- Have the validated capability and experience with ships operations and availability planning and execution to provide programmatic representation for Engineering Department Availability Support Division Head and other senior Engineering Department managers [e.g. Chief Engineer), Department Head, other Division Heads at meetings, training, special projects and working groups as assigned.
- Be comfortable with public speaking in various forums and is a vetted representative of Engineering Department senior leadership and must have an expert knowledge level of the topics presented.
- US NAVY shipboard experience in maintenance procedures and application as well as availability planning and execution is preferable.
ENGINEER TECHNICIAN III
The candidate will be responsible to perform onboard structural and corrosion assessment of intake and updates onboard Norfolk assigned vessels. The purpose of these assessment is to assist in developing future availability work packages for those ships assessed. Additional responsibilities will include monitoring local maintenance activities production efforts in the performance of the statement of work(s) contracted as requested. Working knowledge of intakes and uptakes is required. Mandatory Technical Requirements and Assessment tasking work notifications is required. Must be familiar with SURFEMPP roles and responsibilities, BAWPs/AWPs, TASS and associated maintenance support tools. Working level functionality in Microsoft Office suite is required. Previous experience in structural and corrosion assessments is desired. Locations in performance of this position includes, Naval Station Norfolk, VA (pier side and in LF-18), at various local maintenance providers (shipyards) and possible overseas locations where Norfolk homeported ships are operating. A Secret security clearance is required for this position.
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER/ ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
This candidate will provide Full-Time Onsite Support for Tanks/Structural assessments onboard various USN ship classes. The applicant shall provide technical assistance, assessment, corrective actions and groom support as tasked for the department cognizant shipboard equipment. The applicant shall conduct cold checks of equipment condition and parameters for out of specification settings. The individual will observe operation of the equipment by ship’s force to witness the full range of performance, where possible. Appropriate measuring equipment will be used to obtain data for evaluation. They will evaluate the findings of the cold checks and operational checks and oversee ships force accomplishment of adjustments and repairs to the maximum extent possible during the time available. Upon completion of each ship visit provide a written visit debrief/report to the SMEPOC. Represent the Department when tasked, at conferences, seminars etc. and shall report results to the SMEPOC. Provide on the job training during any shipboard evolution’s.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of Navy assessment programs, visit processes and reporting methods for visits. Ability to utilize computers including Microsoft Office suite for compiling information for reports and history files and transfer digital pictures from cameras to computer and enhance as required and label them for reports. Ability to utilize standard tools to obtain objective quality evidence to document deteriorated conditions. Ability to document all findings and recommended corrective actions into approved navy databases (i.e. 3M or CADET). Structural and Corrosion – Spaces/Compartments and Topside support: Minimum of eight (8) years general experience with the installation, repair, testing and maintenance of spaces, compartments and topside areas of naval vessels. Experience in the assessment, repair and maintenance of spaces, compartments and topside areas on US naval vessels. Minimum of eight (8) years of specialized hands-on experience performing CG 47 Class Superstructure Inspections conducting of Level II inspections IAW Naval Ships Technical Manual Chapter 100 and Corrosion Control Assessment and Maintenance Manual (CCAMM) rev.3. Minimum of eight (8) years experiences with CG structural SHIPALTs as they relate to topside structural inspections of CG class ships and crack repair. Minimum of eight (8) years experiences with Aluminum Welding techniques for crack repairs. Must have current (within eight (8) years) hands-on experience with these items. Additionally the candidate shall have and maintain a valid CPR Certification from a Nationally Accepted organization and shall have and maintain a valid Passport. Local and potential OCONUS travel is required with written permission from the customer.
SENIOR SHIP ENGINEER
Senior surface ship engineering or combat systems technician to provide support for Work Specification and Process Review Branch, Chief Engineer, and Engineering Department.
- Assist the Engineering Department Chief Engineer with analytic and evaluative work, problem resolution and direct support in a variety of administrative areas to include investigate and provide recommended solutions to problems related to program / project processes and procedures, monitor project expenditures (labor and non-labor), develop schedules for accomplishing work and assuring timely and efficient interface with work schedules.
- Perform research using publications, drawings, instructions and conduct studies and/or research projects as assigned.
- Assist in the tracking and development of solutions required to address technical investigation, root cause analysis and studies of complex technical problems in relation to maintenance, repair and modernization issues.
- Assist the Engineering Chief Engineer in the development and issuance of Technical Memorandums of Agreement (MOA), Technical Command Instructions and the conversion of selected FTSD Planning Chapters and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Maintains an audit follow-up system for processing internal audit reports.
Vocational/technical training beyond high school and at least twelve (12) years of job-related experience within the last 25 years in the operation, repair and maintenance of naval or marine propulsion and auxiliary systems. A Minimum of six (6) of those years must have been in a position of team leader or coordinator over a subordinate work force involved in the physical maintenance and report of mechanical equipment or systems. Minimum of eight (8) years general experience with the surface ship HM&E repair, installation, operation, testing and maintenance
Requires current Secret Security Clearance