We are seeking an Engineer IV to manage engineering projects involving the operation, maintenance, and refurbishment of marine gas turbine engines in support for our Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) customer in Philadelphia, PA. In this position you will have the opportunity to be part of the Navy’s world class gas turbine engineering team, developing critical capabilities to support the fleet.
This position is in the customer’s Surface Combatant Gas Turbine Engineering Branch, of the Power and Power Systems Division, of the NSWCPD. The scope of the work performed has direct impact on marine gas turbine system performance, operation and maintenance, safety, reliability, and readiness. The affected gas turbine systems are valued in the multimillion-dollar range annually.
What you’ll do…
Conduct Gas Turbine Equipment Bulletins (GTB) and Changes (GTC) technical directive research, development, testing, logistical support, validation, revision, on-site installation, required parts inventories, and technical directive installation kit preassembly for the LM2500 and MT30 propulsion gas turbine engines and MT5, MT7, and 501-K 17/K34 gas turbine generator sets.
Provide Subject Matter Expertise (SME) to NSWCPD In-Service Engineering Agents (ISEAs) on LM2500, MT30, MT5, MT7, 501-KI7/K34, and 250-KS4 marine gas turbine engines.
Provide distance technical support for various US Navy Fleet Regional Maintenance Centers and afloat units.
Review and update advanced gas turbine engine maintenance course curriculum and provide instructor services, as necessary, including familiarization and use of borescope equipment, overview of gas turbine fundamentals, shipboard systems integration, operations, troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair procedures.
Develop Organizational, Intermediate, and Depot (Repair) Level technical manual deficiency/evaluation reports to incorporate Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Changes-in-Design (CIDs).
Provide technical input to NSWCPD ISEAs for the development and update of the Marine Gas Turbine website, including the Marine Gas Turbine Inspector (MGTI) home page and inspection report generator.
Review of Planned Maintenance System (PMS) requirements for the LM2500, MT30, MT5, MT7, 501-KI7/K34, and 250-KS4 marine gas turbine engines
Perform quality assurance reviews, training, and procedure development for general and engine specific Gas Turbine Bulletins and Changes.
You would be a great fit if you have…
A minimum of Eight (8) years of experience managing engineering projects including experience in operation, maintenance, and refurbishment of marine gas turbine engines.
Marine gas turbine prime mover and electrical power generating gas turbine engines hands-on ship board or land-based test site experience.
Knowledge of the concepts, principles and practices of gas turbine operation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Experience working with reviewing and developing technical manuals, operating procedures, task analysis and maintenance procedures.
The ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance, which requires a US citizen.
It would be even better if you have…
Ability to execute and handle technically challenging marine gas turbine programs
An understanding of U.S. Navy gas turbine installation and check-out procedures
Ability to develop, prepare, and present technical advice to higher program authority and to Program team members
An active and current Secret clearance
We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, citizenship status, or membership in any other group protected by federal, state, or local law.