- Time Management
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Powerpoint
In this role, as a member of an interdisciplinary team responsible for total ship survivability engineering, you will provide subject matter expertise and leadership in the areas of Submarine and Surface Combatant capability, survivability, vulnerability and recoverability. Essential responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Reviewing subcontractor technical material, providing technical advice, and recommending, selecting and implementing alternative design solutions and process improvements.
Providing quality technical advice and evaluate technical design packages to ensure that deliverables meet requirements and regulatory mandates and guidelines from both Platform and Combat System perspectives.
Managing risks related to areas of responsibility, including characterization and mitigation planning.
Engaging stakeholders and team members to build and maintain relationships to achieve Program goals.
Candidate / Position Qualifications
U.S. Citizenship and Eligibility to Obtain a US Security Clearance.
BS or Advanced Degree in Naval Architecture, Marine or Mechanical Engineering or in a relevant Engineering Discipline.
5(+) Years of ship design and/or maritime operational experience with damage control.
Experience preparing design products for large and complex naval procurement(s) or major ship upgrade(s).
Experience incorporating vulnerability reduction features such as separation, redundancy, armoring, etc. into marine systems and platform design holistically.
Strong Oral, Written and Presentation Skills.
Demonstrated background in working with multidisciplinary teams.
Strong Time Management and Organization Skills as an Independent Contributor.
Demonstrated experience working independently, remote team members and/or customers.
Ability to travel domestically and internationally up to 25% of the time.
Strong MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint Skills is a plus.
Desired Experience and Knowledge
Incorporating vulnerability reduction features such as separation, redundancy, armoring, etc. into marine systems and platform design holistically.
Damage Control Doctrine and Mitigation Concepts related to:
System activation and human-in-the-loop actions in the event of shipboard flooding and fire.
Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) defense, ballistic penetration, underwater shock, air blast, collision, grounding, conflagration, etc.
Modelling and Simulation (M&S) for ship vulnerability and recoverability, performing associated data analysis for design improvement recommendations, and/or implementation of results into live damage control exercises.
Requirements development and/or maturation related to ship survivability.
Naval architecture, marine systems, platform, and combat design principles.
Performing engineering calculations and tests for validating system performance.
Classification Society and Rules for plan approval for vessel designs and products.
Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)
Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.