Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Production Junior or Mid Engineer supporting the Program Office Production Department for the planning and execution of events from Start of Construction to Sailaway. This is a fast-paced acquisition program and four ships are delivered every year. 12 Ships are in various stages of construction at two shipyards. This position will initially focus on support of the Freedom Variant built in Marinette, WI.
Responsibilities will focus on support for the Industrial Post Delivery Availability (IPDA) which is a two to three months availability performed after delivery at the construction shipyard which may be expanded to include drydocking work elements of the Post Shakedown Availability work package.
Performing this role will include communicating effectively to assist Program Office coordination between with the Shipyard, LCSRON, and Crew to facilitate the industrial support and scope issue resolution to enable these transition events for the embarked Navy crew as they take ownership of the ship prior to Sailaway from the shipbuilder.
Other responsibilities may include:
Providing support the Government Production Leads organize, coordinate, and execute the Start of Construction to Sailaway activities including Production Readiness Reviews (PRR), Launch Readiness Reviews (LRR), Builder’s Trials (BT), Acceptance Trials (AT), Industrial Post Delivery Availability (IPDA), Crew Move Aboard (CMA), Light-Off Assessments (LOA), and Crew Familiarization (CREW FAM) which includes a brief underway period.
The primary place of performance is at the Navy Yard in Washington, DC with up to 30% travel to the shipyard.
- 3 years of cumulative Engineering and Technical experience in the marine industry preferred.
- Waterfront experience in ship construction, repair, and maintenance desired.
- Superior organizational, communications, and writing skills required
A Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering discipline is preferred, preferably in Marine Engineering, or Industrial Engineering Naval Architecture, or Mechanical Engineering.
- Experience working with a Navy Program Office desired
- A degree from a Maritime College is a plus.
C & G Consulting, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.