The Junior Engineer will:
- Perform Hull, Mechanical and Electrical (HM&E) engineering, design, and technical support to the Littoral Combat Class Sustainment Program.
- Assist with the review of design drawings, changes, ship specifications, CDRLs, and verify that planned equipment installations and drawings are in accordance with contract requirements.
- Review items for technical accuracy, assisting with the developing technical solutions to hull unique and class issues in coordination with SEA05 and relevant ISEAs.
- Perform technical assessments, evaluating, and advising the government on equipment and system problems.
- Assist with the planning and tracking of work packages to ensure Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM) requirements for CNO Availability planning milestones are met.
- Monitor CASREPs, Departure from Specifications (DFS), and Liaison Action Requests (LARs).
- Participate in Failure Review Boards, Availability Planning Conferences, Configuration Control Boards, Risk Boards, and Safety Working Groups.
- Provide recommendations to government staff on modernization priorities.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Naval Architecture; Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Industrial, or Aerospace Engineering
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Preferred working knowledge of fleet maintenance and modernization procedures associated with Navy directives, including the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM) and Navy Modernization Process
- Prefer directly related experience with In-Service Engineering processes and procedures
- Preferred Ship Yard Supervisor (SUPSHIP), Planning Yard, Shipbuilding or Regional Maintenance Center (RMC) experience