The Waterfront Mechanical Engineering department provides engineering and design construction support for VIRGINIA Class submarines in a wide variety of weapons, propulsion and non-propulsion systems. Responsibilities of engineers include troubleshooting, problem resolution, and technical evaluation of proposed modifications, design error correction, technical analysis, design integration, and development of technical work documents supporting VIRGINIA Class as well as maintenance and repair of commissioned ships. Engineers and designers interface within the department as well as with shipyard test, shipyard trades, material suppliers, other engineering departments and organizations, outside engineering vendors, Navy shipyards, Navy forces afloat, Supervisor of Shipbuilding, and NAVSEA. Waterfront Mechanical Engineers will support a design build team approach to submarine design and construction. The department is responsible for a variety of components including valves, diesel generator, torpedo tubes and other weapons systems, hydraulic components, snorkel, and towed arrays.
Bachelor's degree or higher in Mechanical, Marine or Aeronautical Engineering
Less than 2 years of engineering experience
Periodic weekend and off-shift availability is required.
Above average written and verbal communication skills are required. Newly hired engineers will be assigned to a mentor for a period to assist in learning the above duties and on the job training will be required.
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Requisition ID 2022-8102
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