Engineer II - Structural
General Dynamics Electric Boat
Groton, CT

Have you ever wanted to be part of something that truly matters?

Do you have a desire to help our Military?

Are you someone who takes pride in their work?

At General Dynamics Electric Boat - We deliver the advantage that protects Our Sailors, Our Families, and Our Freedom!

Applying for a position with General Dynamics Electric Boat means you are a purpose driven collaborator that will be devoted to our mission of providing the United States Navy with the most superior nuclear submarines in the world. We consider all highly motivated applicants that strive to reach their fullest potential. Joining our team means you become part of a 100 year legacy of dedicated Americans that have left their mark on the continued freedom of this great country. We welcome you the opportunity to leave yours!

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Job Description

This position will require that the engineer work in a design/build environment to develop build strategies, methods, and fixtures for fabricating and assembling submarine components, structures, systems, and modules. Primary responsibilities will be the identification and development of methods and tools required by the shipbuilder. Duties include development of details and designs for tools and fixtures, preparation of Manufacturing Engineering Procedures for sequence and alignment critical installations, and construction support. Work scope will focus on the Columbia Program. Daily interaction with manufacturing and planning representatives from Groton, Quonset Point, Newport News, designers, and vendors is expected. Frequent local travel between Groton and Quonset Point is required.

Education/ Experience

Bachelor of Science degree in Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Manufacturing, Marine, or Physics engineering
2-3 years of relevant experience

Construction support experience
Masters Degree in Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Manufacturing or Marine engineering
Broad understanding of structural/mechanical design, materials, weld design and bolted joints

Requires skills in written and verbal communication, problem solving and project management.