General Dynamics Electric Boat

Job Listings

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!

 

ATTENTION CURRENT ELECTRIC BOAT EMPLOYEES - PLEASE VIEW JOBS AND APPLY THROUGH OUR EMPLOYEE OPPORTUNITIES PORTAL @ https://internal-gdeb.icims.com/

 

Interested in working in an Electric Boat trade or as a designer/draftsman but lack the formal experience or training?
Click here to be directed to our Design and Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative, a free training program designed to provide the skills that you need.  Learn the steps to become part of the Electric Boat team!

Use this form to perform another job search

The system cannot access your location for 1 of 2 reasons:
  1. Permission to access your location has been denied. Please reload the page and allow the browser to access your location information.
  2. Your location information has yet to be received. Please wait a moment then hit [Search] again.
Click column header to sort

Search Results Page 1 of 1

Description: This position in a growing, high profile, department is looking for enthusiastic individuals to guide project teams to identify, assess, and mitigate unacceptable risks to ensure successful execution of complex tasks. To achieve these goals, the right candidate needs to be a team player with strong critical thinking skills and a relentless questioning attitude. This position will engage in both Nuclear and Non-Nuclear construction activities predominately occurring at the Quonset Point (RI) and Groton (CT) facilities and requires flexibility in work schedules to include infrequent off-shift and weekends to support ship’s key events and test programs. Responsibilities of this position include: - Ability to gain knowledge on all facets of the submarine construction processes via research and personal interactions and apply critical thinking to identify areas of risk. - Facilitate risk mitigation meetings for all levels of personnel on a large variety of projects. - Providing engineering review for implementing formal risk assessments and mitigation methods. - Ensuring engineering engagement in construction related Learning Sessions. - Providing oversight and direction for engineering surveillances of construction and testing evolutions. - Coordinating Senior Management Review Teams for complex tasks.
ID
2024-12156
Dept ID
E476
Location
US-RI-North Kingstown
Seat Location
EB Quonset Point Facility
Post End Date
2/28/2024
Category
Engineering
Description: This position in a growing, high profile, department is looking for enthusiastic individuals to guide project teams to identify, assess, and mitigate unacceptable risks to ensure successful execution of complex tasks. To achieve these goals, the right candidate needs to be a team player with strong critical thinking skills and a relentless questioning attitude. This position will engage in both Nuclear and Non-Nuclear construction activities predominately occurring at the Quonset Point (RI) and Groton (CT) facilities and requires flexibility in work schedules to include infrequent off-shift and weekends to support ship’s key events and test programs. Responsibilities of this position include: - Ability to gain knowledge on all facets of the submarine construction processes via research and personal interactions and apply critical thinking to identify areas of risk. - Facilitate risk mitigation meetings for all levels of personnel on a large variety of projects. - Providing engineering review for implementing formal risk assessments and mitigation methods. - Ensuring engineering engagement in construction related Learning Sessions. - Providing oversight and direction for engineering surveillances of construction and testing evolutions. - Coordinating Senior Management Review Teams for complex tasks.
ID
2024-12155
Dept ID
E476
Location
US-RI-North Kingstown
Seat Location
EB Quonset Point Facility
Post End Date
2/28/2024
Category
Engineering
General Dynamics Electric Boat, a leader in naval innovation, is seeking passionate engineers to contribute to the design and construction of state-of-the-art submarines for the U.S. Navy. Be part of a dynamic team, drive technological advancements, and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of maritime defense. If you're ready for a challenging and rewarding career, apply now to be at the forefront of naval engineering excellence.   Selected candidate will join a group that is responsible for supporting a wide range of electrical systems and equipment in the following areas:  reactor plant instrumentation and control systems, steam and electric plant systems, auxiliary electrical/electronic systems, power distribution equipment and systems, and advanced power electronics.  This position supports all fleet submarines, including Los Angeles, Ohio, Seawolf and Virginia classes; training platforms including S5W/S6G Moored Training Ships at NPTU Charleston, SC and the S8G Prototype at Kesselring, NY; and Multi Mission Platform (MMP)/Watchtower.  This job will provide for an unusually large variety of work of differing durations, and increased responsibilities and independence as ability and experience supports.   Responsibilities include initial system and/or component design, ship alteration upgrades, and life cycle support.  Candidates will function as a project engineer overseeing all aspects of engineering tasks including overall technical quality, working in a team environment, maintaining schedules, awareness of budgets, and interfacing with Design and other engineering organizations and disciplines.  Candidates will also be required to evaluate and provide technical resolution to system and component related questions and problems from Naval Shipyards, Navy forces afloat, land based prototypes, reactor plant prime contractors and NAVSEA engineering and program offices.  Selected candidates will be expected to effectively communicate within the organization as well as with NAVSEA, prime contractors, Navy shipyards and equipment vendors.   Newly hired personnel will be assigned a mentor to assist in learning the above roles and responsibilities.   D457 is located in the off-shipyard Kings Highway office in Groton.  
ID
2024-12137
Dept ID
E457
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Kings Highway Facility
Post End Date
2/27/2024
Category
Engineering
Phased-Array UT (PAUT) - NDT Engineering Level III Examiner / Senior / Specialist Location: Quonset Point Facility / North Kingstown, Rhode Island   The successful candidate will join the Nondestructive Test (NDT) Engineering Services organization within Electric Boat (EB) and support Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT) shipyard development and implementation. EB’s NDT Engineering Services group is tasked with developing and implementing new and emerging technologies for shipyard use. The group is currently expanding and is in search of an experienced Ultrasonic Testing (UT) Level II or Level III who will provide technical guidance and expertise for establishment of a shipyard PAUT program for both nuclear and non-nuclear applications. Primary responsibilities are the integration of PAUT inspection applications into shipbuilding processes, strategic plan to develop certified PAUT inspectors, collaborations with cross-functional working groups for PAUT implementation, and administration of PAUT program once established.   Additional responsibilities will include: - Act as the site technical lead at Quonset Point for PAUT weld inspection techniques, data review, flaw characterization, and weld acceptance criteria development - Provide technical guidance on PAUT processes, procedures, requirements, and training development for shipbuilding inspections - Review, administer, and ensure shipyard compliance with fabrication, welding, and NDT military specifications - Maintain company standards, procedures, best practices, and process improvements in the field of NDT - Provide technical guidance and expertise with respect to on-site construction support and problem resolution, as well as off-site involvement with material suppliers - Interface with Quality Assurance, Design and Engineering departments as well as NAVSEA customer representatives - Prepare technical reports as a result of testing, research and development, and quality investigations - Certify and perform audits of UT personnel
ID
2024-12104
Dept ID
E341
Location
US-RI-North Kingstown
Seat Location
EB Quonset Point Facility
Post End Date
2/29/2024
Category
Engineering
The UK’s next generation fast attack submarine (SSNA) engineering team is in need of Propulsion Plant Electrical Test Engineers. The SSNA Power Distribution Group has openings for highly motivated test engineers to support the development of a new electric plant design for the next class of submarines.  The SSNA Electrical Systems test engineer will be responsible for supporting the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the UK Shipyard (BAE Systems) in development of the SSNA electric plant.  There will be personnel located both in New London and in Barrow-in-Furness supporting the UK.  The effort is to help train UK engineers and guide the design of the electric plant.    The candidate(s) selected for this engineering position will be responsible for the coordination and support of an electric plant architecture that utilizes the latest developments in solid state power electronics for power conversion, system protection and coordination related to the UK next submarine design.    Responsibilities include - Coordinate electric plant component evaluations such as a power conversion equipment, Switchboards, and generators to be incorporated into the DC distribution system - Coordinate and develop supporting documentation such as functional requirements, interface and component specifications, electric plant architecture recommendations, and vendor workscopes - Evaluate or develop test documents - Validate system technical requirements are satisfied while maintaining adherence to program cost and schedule requirements, and ensuring strong integration with the other EB departments and outside organizations involved including NNL (Bettis and KAPL), NAVSEA 08, BPMI, and the UK technical and programmatic personnel
ID
2024-12072
Dept ID
E479
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
2/27/2024
Category
Engineering
Electric Boat's Nuclear Test Engineering Department (D275) has openings for highly motivated Test Engineer Sr - Nuclear.   The Test Engineer Sr (Test Procedure Writer) position responsibilities include preparing nuclear test procedures to support construction, maintenance, and repairs of Naval Nuclear Propulsion Plants at Electric Boat and the Nuclear Regional Maintenance Department (NRMD) in Groton, Connecticut.   Researches technical manuals, plant diagrams, and local instructions to obtain additional information and ensure the safe operation of equipment, procedure flow and workability, and adherence to regulatory requirements and local writing guidelines.   Coordinates reviews, comment resolution and approvals of procedures with internal department and regulatory agencies. Provides technical guidance to less experienced writers and may participate in peer review to ensure procedure consistency.
ID
2024-12067
Dept ID
E275
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Engineering
Electric Boat Corporation is seeking a Simulator/Simulation Engineer for the Tactical Simulation and Test team to serve in a full time position in support of US Navy programs in Department 440: Payload Launch Control.   The test team member will be responsible for: - Developing simulators for hardware in the loop testing of embedded control systems to provide a real-time input/output interface - Developing real-time simulation to provide system-specific input/output responses - Executing test procedures/scenarios to qualify simulator/simulation requirements - Preparing test reports to document as-run test results - Performing integration testing on prototype systems - Overseeing integration testing at customer sites The test team member will work closely with other members of the Payload Launch Control team in the Systems, Hardware, and Software Engineering groups to deliver products that meet or exceed quality, cost, and schedule requirements. In addition, the test team member will interact with subcontractor team members, Government test witnesses, and US Navy stakeholders.   A successful candidate will have the ability to work in a fast paced, team environment, coordinating with other disciplines, while meeting schedule and budget constraints.
ID
2024-12056
Dept ID
E440
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
2/27/2024
Category
Engineering
VIRGINIA Class Propulsion Plant Electrical (D427) performs design engineering activities for electrical components and systems used in the propulsion plant for VIRGINIA Class submarines in construction at the Electric Boat shipyard and technology insertions for future VIRGINIA Class blocks of ships (e.g. Subsea and Seabed Warfare).  Responsibilities include design upgrades for reactor plant instrumentation and control systems, steam plant control and indication systems, and the electric plant.  Major components supported by this group are power electronic inverters and converters, power distribution switchboards and circuit breakers, microprocessor based instrumentation and control equipment, electromagnetic controllers, transformers, bus transfer devices and control stations.  This department is also responsible for electric plant analysis products, such as power systems analysis, fault current analysis, circuit breaker coordination, electric plant stability analysis and voltage drop analysis.  Engineers work in a fast paced, multi-discipline environment, and interface with other engineering disciplines, senior management, suppliers and customers on a frequent basis.  Technologies that are supported by this department include power distribution, power electronics, systems integration, integration of microprocessor control systems, and integration of copper based and fiber optic based serial communications systems.
ID
2024-12047
Dept ID
E427
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
3/4/2024
Category
Engineering
This position is for an Engineering Supervisor of Electrical Components, including but not limited to motor controllers and secondary propulsion units. The selected individual is responsible for the supervision and technical oversight of approximately 10 engineers engaged in all aspects of engineered component development. Responsibilities will include all phases of the submarine component development process and life cycle support including associated legacy component designs. This position will require the technical management and oversight of numerous component Suppliers in all aspects of component qualification. This position will support Fast Attack Submarine Programs (VIRGINIA Class (VC), VIRGINIA Payload Module (VPM), VIRGINIA Sub-Seabed Warfare (SSW) program, SSN(X), and potential future platforms/studies).   The Engineering Supervisor’s position day-to-day responsibilities include such efforts as assigning work, providing technical guidance and direction, approving products, scoping and estimating tasks, establishing and managing budgets, manpower planning, employee development, mentoring, managing program metrics, reporting, vendor oversight, etc. The position also requires regular technical and programmatic interaction with all levels of the Navy, Suppliers, and multiple disciplines within Electric Boat (engineering, program office, purchasing, contracts, quality, welding engineering, waterfront construction etc.). Technical Supplier management and oversight is a critical function for this position and group. The Supervisor will be expected to take ownership of Supplier performance and drive that accountability with their engineers. Frequent travel and presentations also may be required.
ID
2024-12030
Dept ID
E465
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
3/6/2024
Category
Engineering
Work in a small team of Engineers, Docking Supervisors, and hourly technicians. Work tasks will include the following: - Docking and undocking of nuclear powered submarines to include liaising with various departments within the organization to obtain requisite support for each evolution and the lay day period. - Launching new construction nuclear powered submarines. - Manage the periodic preventative maintenance (daily, monthly, yearly, etc.) of material and equipment related to EB dock certification. - Update and maintain critical technical documents pertaining to the certification of all docks (maintenance manuals, operating manuals, facility certification reports, etc.) - Submittal and tracking of NAVSEA letters through local SUPSHIP representatives. - Manage the control inspection schedule and execution for all graving docks. - Must become familiar with MIL-STD 1625 and Naval Ship’s Technical Manual (NSTM) Chapter 997.     - Ensure dock operations are in compliance with CT State environmental regulations. - Candidate is NOT required to be Facility Operation Supervisor (FOS) qualified, but the willingness to become qualified is required. This consists of traveling to other shipyards to get “on the job” training. - Work with EB planners and purchasing agents to procure all services and material to maintain the structural and mechanical reliability of all EB dock assets. - Work closely with Facilities to prioritize EB support and budget to maintain both the Dry-docks and floating assets. - Candidate must have a proven track record in the areas of safety, quality, cost, schedule, process improvement, and communications. - Candidate must be able to promote a positive team environment and be highly motivated with strong interpersonal skills. - Candidate must have the ability to interact with all levels of management, the customer, and Human Resources and be able to ensure EEO and OSHA compliance. - Candidate must be willing to travel for various amounts of time to support evolutions.
ID
2024-11964
Dept ID
E502
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
2/28/2024
Category
Engineering
The C5I Platform Integration team is responsible for the successful integration of government furnished and shipbuilder developed command and control systems within the submarine platform.   Candidates will be required to: - Analyze, develop, and review requirements and verification plans for systems and platform development - Support development and maintenance of platform-level architecture concepts and systems engineering activities including trade studies that require multi-discipline integration to identify solutions which optimize the design based on normal, casualty and maintenance operations, construction cost and schedule, life cycle cost, and all applicable technical and programmatic requirements. - Provide concept-to-production engineering support for various electrical and electronic hardware components. - Perform additional duties and responsibilities as assigned
ID
2024-11884
Dept ID
E442
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Engineering
Department 425, Instrumentation and Control Systems and Software, Cybersecurity and Network Administration and Support group, is seeking a Control Systems Security Engineer. The primary responsibility of this position is to serve as a control system security consultant for electric and propulsion plants for VIRGINIA, COLUMBIA, and SSNX submarine classes.   Our team members exemplify Electric Boat’s core values: - Value each other - Behave with integrity and purpose - Commit to excellence     Experience and Knowledge The role of the control systems security engineer is to evaluate functional requirements, equipment operating context, and environments (shipyard and commissioned vessel) and processes in order to provide recommendations and guidance with respect to cybersecurity controls, customer imposed security requirements, and practices. The objective is to ensure that cybersecurity principles are applied to system designs for operational use as well as to the methods that are implemented for protecting the equipment during ship construction and test. Related responsibilities include equipment research, project management, risk management, preparing presentations, and participating in customer design reviews.   Control System Security Engineers on our team typically perform the following types of work: - Control system security analysis and design implementation, including the development of component specific requirements, working in close collaboration with component engineers - DoD/DoN platform information technology system analysis, development of security control implementation plans, system certification and continuous monitoring - Design, implementation, operation and maintenance of sensitive unclassified and classified computing systems in accordance with appropriate Naval Reactors and Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency (DCSA) security policies - Review of equipment vendor software deliverables to evaluate compliance with cybersecurity requirements - Acquisition of infrastructure used to configure shipboard systems and support of this infrastructure during shipyard testing
ID
2024-11853
Dept ID
E425
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Engineering
  The duties of the Test Engineer position at Electric Boat Cape Canaveral includes but is not limited to the following: - Develop and maintain SWS/SWSS Columbia instructor lead curriculum. - Operate and Maintain the Columbia SWSS and associated supporting SIM/STIM equipment’s - Provide operational technical assistance to the Lead Ship construction/test teams as required. - Properly document failures/issues/trends within the Columbia SWSS systems to be submitted/reviewed by EB engineering. - Take photographs to support any on-going issues. - Support instructor training for the SWSS Familiarization courses. - Lead troubleshooting & repair efforts encountered with the Columbia SWSS to include Lead Ship support. - Provide technical review of Columbia operational, maintenance and test procedures. - Conduct initial proofing of Columbia SWSS tactical procedures, operating instructions, and maintenance procedures as well as supporting efforts required for SWS documentation.
ID
2024-11852
Dept ID
E445
Location
US-FL-Cape Canaveral
Seat Location
EB Cape Canaveral Office
Post End Date
2/29/2024
Category
Engineering
General Dynamics Electric Boat, a leader in naval innovation, is seeking passionate engineers to contribute to the design and construction of state-of-the-art submarines for the U.S. Navy. Be part of a dynamic team, drive technological advancements, and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of maritime defense. If you're ready for a challenging and rewarding career, apply now to be at the forefront of naval engineering excellence.   Selected candidates will join the Commissioned Ships Electrical Engineering department that is responsible for supporting a wide range of electrical systems and equipment in the following areas:  reactor plant instrumentation and control systems, steam and electric plant systems, auxiliary electrical/electronic systems, power distribution equipment and systems, and advanced power electronics.  This position supports all delivered fleet submarines, including Los Angeles, Ohio, Seawolf and Virginia classes; training platforms including S6G Moored Training Ships at NPTU Charleston, SC and the S8G Prototype at Kesselring, NY; and Multi Mission Platform (MMP)/Watchtower.  This job will provide for an unusually large variety of work of differing durations, and increased responsibilities and independence as ability and experience supports.   Responsibilities include initial system and/or component design, ship alteration upgrades, and life cycle support.  Candidates will function as a project engineer overseeing all aspects of engineering tasks including overall technical quality, working in a team environment, maintaining schedules, awareness of budgets, and interfacing with Design, other engineering organizations and disciplines, technical writers, material buyers and program office representatives.  Candidates will also be required to evaluate and provide technical resolution to system and component related questions and problems from Naval Shipyards, Navy forces afloat, land based prototypes, reactor plant prime contractors and NAVSEA engineering and program offices.  Selected candidates will be expected to effectively communicate within the organization as well as with NAVSEA, prime contractors, Navy shipyards and equipment vendors.   Newly hired personnel will be assigned a mentor to assist in learning the above roles and responsibilities.
ID
2024-11825
Dept ID
E457
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Kings Highway Facility
Post End Date
2/27/2024
Category
Engineering
General Dynamics Electric Boat is looking for talented and creative professionals, recent graduates, and innovators to join our growing Engineering team!   Engineers with Electric Boat experience diverse benefits, lateral and professional growth opportunities, and the opportunity to work with first-of-a-kind ships for the Navy.    About Us: General Dynamics Electric Boat has been designing and building submarines since 1899, beginning with USS Holland, the U.S. Navy's first commissioned undersea warship.   Over that time, the company has maintained its dedication to delivering the most capable submarines in the world by emphasizing technical excellence, innovation and responsiveness to customer requirements. This emphasis enables Electric Boat to consistently develop and integrate complex systems and to deliver a long line of first-of-a-kind ships to the Navy.   While Electric Boat's primary focus is on submarines production, the company actively participates in markets adjacent to its core business, leveraging expertise and technical innovation to naval surface ship and commercial nuclear programs.   Columbia Class: SSBNs are the most secure and survivable of our nation’s nuclear deterrent triad. Columbia SSBN’s will carry approximately 70 percent of the nation’s nuclear arsenal. The cost of maintaining the U.S. triad is three percent of the DoD budget. The cost to maintain the SSBN leg of the triad is one percent of the DoD budget.   Virginia Class: Representing a revolution in advanced design and construction techniques and mission flexibility, Virginia-class submarines are providing the U.S. Navy with the capabilities it requires to maintain undersea superiority well into the 21st century. The Virginia class is the first U.S. Navy warship designed from the keel up for the full range of mission requirements in the post-Cold War era. Optimized for maximum technological and operational flexibility, these submarines will play a key role in the nation's defense with their stealth, firepower and unlimited endurance.   Who We're Looking For:  Candidates with all levels of experience in engineering, from new graduates to professionals. Electric Boat actively employs: - Mechanical Engineers - Systems Engineers - Comm Systems Engineers - Electrical Engineers - Environmental Engineers - Acoustics Engineers - Software Engineers - Embedded Software Engineers - Industrial Engineers - Structural Engineers - Materials Engineers - Nuclear Engineers - Corrosion Engineers - Welding Engineers - Modeling Engineers - Process Engineers - And MANY More! If you would like to be considered for engineering positions at Electric Boat, please apply to this posting on our Careers Page (http://www.gdeb.com/careers/) so that we may review your resume!    We're looking forward to speaking with you!   #UrgentlyHiring  
ID
2024-11786
Dept ID
E400
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
3/1/2024
Category
Engineering
General Dynamics Electric Boat, a leader in naval innovation, is seeking passionate engineers to contribute to the design and construction of state-of-the-art submarines for the U.S. Navy. Be part of a dynamic team, drive technological advancements, and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of maritime defense. If you're ready for a challenging and rewarding career, apply now to be at the forefront of naval engineering excellence.   The selected candidate will become part of a group responsible for supporting steam plant and reactor plant fluid systems on OHIO, SEAWOLF, and VIRGINIA Class commissioned submarines, along with the S8G Prototype. The candidate will also support S5W and S6G Moored Training Ship (MTS) fluid systems, including the engineered safety feature (ESF) systems unique to the MTS program. This role offers a diverse range of work with varying durations, providing increased responsibilities and independence based on ability and experience.     Key Responsibilities: - Engage in initial system and/or component design, ship alteration upgrades, and life cycle supiport. - Function as a project engineer overseeing all aspects of engineering tasks, ensuring overall technical quality. - Work collaboratively in a team environment, maintaining schedules, being mindful of budgets, and collaborating with Design and other engineering organizations and disciplines. - Evaluate and provide technical resolution to system and component related questions and problems from Naval Shipyards, Navy forces afloat, land-based prototypes, reactor plant prime contractors and NAVSEA engineering and program offices.  - Effectively communicate within the organization and with NAVSEA, prime contractors, Navy shipyards and equipment vendors.
ID
2024-11785
Dept ID
E471
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Kings Highway Facility
Post End Date
2/28/2024
Category
Engineering
There is presently a need for highly-motivated Designers with the ability to produce design deliverables from design sketches, layouts and/or concepts to support manufacture, assembly and test.  We are looking for candidates with the desire to develop skills through on-the-job experience and continued education to advance in the design profession.
ID
2023-11580
Dept ID
E456
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Drafting/Design
There is presently a great need for a highly-motivated Electrical Draftsman with the ability to produce design deliverables from design sketches, layouts and/or concepts to support manufacture, assembly and test.  We are looking for a candidate with the desire to develop skills through on-the-job experience and continued education to advance in the design profession.
ID
2023-11579
Dept ID
E456
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Drafting/Design
Electric Boat’s Platform Systems Engineering department provides systems engineering and integration support to the VIRGINIA, Subsea and Seabed Warfare, COLUMBIA, and SSN(X) submarine design programs. We also support other integration efforts including: TOMAHAWK, Conventional Prompt Strike, Special Operations Forces, and UUVs/UAVs.   Platform Systems Engineers work closely with other internal engineering disciplines, various Navy organizations, and industry partners to ensure successful integration of complex systems within the submarine.  The opportunity for engineers to regularly engage with lead engineers, subject matter experts, and the customer is invaluable for skill development and career growth.   Role Detail: D417 is seeking an engineer to work alongside the current payload system engineers in the development, documentation, and maintenance of technical interfaces for VIRGINIA Class Submarine large diameter vertical payload system designs. Interfaces (physical and functional) play a critical role in the successful integration of payload systems such as the existing TOMAHAWK Land Attack Missile and future vertical weapon or payload systems. Specific responsibilities will include: - Development and maintenance of formal interface control documents (ICDs) to capture existing interfaces and support integration of future payloads and capabilities - Determination of technical interfaces and interface requirements with support from internal subject matter experts - Frequent interaction with external stakeholders (e.g., payload developers, Government, etc.) - Oversight of a change management process to maintain current interface documents in support of future payload integration efforts More specific assignments and responsibilities will be based on the selected applicants’ experience level, skill set, and ambition, as well as on the evolving needs of each project.  The roles of the selected candidate will expand as they gain more experience with payload system integration.  Some assignments may provide occasional travel opportunities to customer and industry partner locations.   Department 417 offers the ability for some work to be performed remotely/at home. Interested candidates are encouraged to seek additional information about the positions and department from the department Supervisors or other D417 team members.
ID
2023-11340
Dept ID
E417
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/29/2024
Category
Engineering
A diverse skill-set is needed for execution of the scope of multiple tasks ranging from detailed design to construction support to system testing to sustainment.  Engineers use a design-build-sustain approach and work in a team environment to interface with designers, component and system engineers, operations, planning and testing organizations within the shipyard and with our Navy customer.   The job responsibilities include system diagram development, fluid system analysis, fluid system design calculations, design disclosure development, system test plan development, system operating and maintenance procedure development.  This requires teaming skills, analysis, calculations, technical writing, presentations, adaptability, and agile learning.  
ID
2023-11292
Dept ID
E416
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/28/2024
Category
Engineering
Overview Department 489 – COLUMBIA Class Integrated Power Systems (IPS) - is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic engineer to lead procurement, design, manufacture, test, and delivery of main propulsion machinery (specifically the Main Propulsion Motor (MPM)) for the state-of-the-art electric drive propulsion system on the COLUMBIA Class submarine. A challenging system engineering opportunity exists within the IPS organization to support MPM shipboard integration by interfacing with mechanical/electrical design details, onsite construction/operations readiness, and qualification/production test troubleshooting. In addition, the team works with several suppliers to manage component development and provide technical and programmatic support throughout component design, manufacture, test, and delivery.    Basic requirements include, but not limited to: - Provide oversight and direction of shipyard construction / test activities (e.g. assembly/test procedures, manufacture/test trouble shooting, technical requirement disposition’s, etc.) - Participate in technical discussions with vendor(s), Prime contractor and nuclear NAVY customers - Provide oversight at vendor facilities and the compatibility test facility (CTF) in Philadelphia, PA to support component outfitting and installation - Review internal documentation to ensure ship specification and procurement specification requirements are met - Ideal candidate should have excellent communication skills to allow close communication of technical issues with nuclear NAVY customers, vendor(s), Electric Boat operations and Electric Boat management   This position is located at the New London facility; however, travel to Quonset Point (RI), Groton (CT), the Philadelphia (PA) compatibility test facility, and supplier facilities may be required on an as needed basis (10%).
ID
2023-11027
Dept ID
E489
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Engineering
Department 428 Energy Storage is responsible for the VIRGINIA Class and COLUMBIA Class design, development, qualification, integration, and testing for the main storage battery. The Energy Storage group supports submarine construction, lifecycle of in service classes, as well as the development of future energy storage technologies and future platforms. The main storage battery is a high energy, high power battery that provides backup power to the submarine. This position requires a systems engineering approach for design, development, and requirements tracking. The position requires a large level of interfacing with other engineering disciplines including structural, ventilation, mechanical, and other electrical groups. Daily tasks and responsibilities may include: - Design, develop, and qualify the main storage battery - Design, develop, and qualify monitoring systems - Integrate system/components into ship and support ship arrangement (layout) meetings - Develop and review specifications, schematics, wiring diagrams, installation drawings, test procedures, and maintenance standards - Provide vendor oversight - Manage cost and schedule performance of tasks - Provide on-site technical support to Electric Boat shipyard - Frequent communication with NAVSEA - Research into future energy storage technologies - Support advanced concept studies - Travel as required Electric Boat offers Flexible Work Arrangements that allows some work to be performed remotely and at home. This varies from position to position based on the amount of classified material the department interacts with, as well as a few other variables. Please ask for more details on how it applies to this opening during discussions with the department.
ID
2023-10959
Dept ID
E428
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Engineering
Who We Are: The Electric Boat Naval Architecture Department (D496) is comprised of engineers who are responsible for determining the hydrostatic and hydrodynamic characteristics of submarines, providing waterfront hydrostatics support and providing technical oversight to Electric Boat’s waterfront infrastructure. We’re looking for driven high-performers who consistently focus on achieving results, demonstrate extreme ownership, thrive in a highly collaborative environment, take pride in building and strengthening their team, exemplify our core values, and seek to be part of something special: a mission and vision that is bigger than themselves and their immediate team.   What We Do: Engineers in the Naval Architecture Department are responsible for concept design, hydrodynamic and hydrostatic analyses, and waterfront shipyard support activities. This position is looking for engineers interested in using Naval Architecture fundamentals to influence the design and construction of current and future submarines. As a department with broad responsibilities, engineers will be asked to take on challenges in many areas. - Concept design activities include design requirement trade-off assessments, early design optimization, team leadership and development of initial hydrostatic estimates. - Hydrodynamic analyses include hydrodynamic loading of flow-exposed structure, maneuvering analysis, hull and control surface shaping, and whole-boat resistance. - Hydrostatic calculations include determination of tank volumes, ship displacement, trim, draft, surfaced and submerged ship stability, and evaluation of damage conditions. - Waterfront activities include support of blocking, docking, submarine launching, and barge transportation of major hull sections. Electric Boat offers Flexible Work Arrangements that allows some work to be performed remotely and at home. This varies from position to position based on the amount of classified material the department interacts with, as well as a few other variables. With the continued rapid construction of VIRGINIA class submarines, and the new construction of COLUMBIA class submarines, Department 496 will have need for a driven and diverse engineering team. With their project diversity and direct connection to the Groton waterfront shipyard, the department interfaces with many areas of the business. If you are looking for a unique opportunity to apply your experience to the submarine construction and development industry, and you meet the requirements listed below, please complete an application so we may review your credentials! How We Do It: Our team members exemplify Electric Boat’s core values: • Value each other • Behave with integrity and purpose • Commit to excellence
ID
2023-10868
Dept ID
E496
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Engineering
The Electric Boat shipyard is experiencing a period of unprecedented growth, with existing facilities undergoing renovations and new buildings under construction with more to come.  Now is a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a part of a dynamic team responsible for shaping the future of the shipyard.   The Groton Facilities Engineering department is seeking a seasoned Civil/Structural engineer to provide service life assessments, maintenance and troubleshooting support for the 100+ year old Groton shipyard and local sites, as well as designing and executing infrastructure construction projects.    Responsibilities for project management include engineering and developing the scope of work, preparing bid documents, vendor selection, securing funding, preparing purchase requisitions, in field project management of vendors and EB personnel while maintaining the project budget, schedule and project documentation.    The types of systems the candidate will be involved in are docks and marine structures, building structures, roadways, drainage, crane rail systems, underground utility systems, and all aspects of civil engineering.     Candidate will interface with local city building officials as well as Naval oversight.  Candidate must be self-motivating, be able to work independently, possess good written and oral communications skills, maintain a questioning attitude, as well as be proficient technically with a willingness to continuously learn.   
ID
2023-10742
Dept ID
E508
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
3/7/2024
Category
Engineering
The Quality Assurance Integrated Product Development Environment Certification, Configuration Management, and Integration Team is seeking a motivated, detail oriented person to help Electric Boat prepare for as well as maintain certification efforts. This person will ensure business systems, policies & procedures, and key decisions provide the proper quality control for Design & Engineering documents – with respect to legacy ship designs, new ship designs, ship construction, overhaul & repair, and ship life cycle management.   Roles & responsibilities will include: - Learning, becoming proficient, and mentoring others in the processes by which Electric Boat configuration manages as well as certifies ships - This will also involve becoming familiar with Electric Boat’s change process - Using this knowledge in configuration management as well as certification to – - Help make and circulate key decisions - Work in cross functional teams - Support future design initiatives - Leading and / or supporting various Information Technology tasks as well as change requests to implement software changes and new business systems - This will involve developing requirements, writing formal design documents (from a business perspective), working with key stakeholders, supporting meetings with Information Technology, providing status updates, approving solution approaches, developing test scripts, testing, and validating final solutions - Developing new processes and / or looking for efficiencies with current processes - Authoring new and / or updating existing procedures - Participating in and presenting at customer meetings - Working and collaborating in a team environment
ID
2023-10640
Dept ID
E322
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Program Management
The D428 Electromagnetics group is seeking electrical engineering candidates in the areas of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Control.    Responsibilities of the group include analysis of electromagnetic coupling and potential electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems on submarine systems, electromagnetic compatibility testing, determination of EMC test requirements for system procurement specifications, and shipboard system testing-troubleshooting once ship construction and testing commences.   Responsibilities of the ESD group include controlling ESD effects through implementation of the company-wide ESD control program.    Electric Boat offers Flexible Work Arrangements that allows some work to be performed remotely and at home. This varies from position to position based on the amount of classified material the department interacts with, as well as a few other variables. Please ask for more details on how it applies to this opening during discussions with the department.   #UrgentlyHiring
ID
2023-10620
Dept ID
E477
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Engineering
The Department 341 Piping Welding Engineering Construction Support group provides technical support and regulatory services to Electric Boat’s Quonset Point (QP) facility core business, welding.   Department 341 retains technical cognizance of and provides interpretation to procedures and specifications, as well as, regulates the welding program as a whole by directly integrating with all related customers. We're looking for a qualified engineering candidate that exhibits the ability to provide on-the-job technical support, conduct problem resolutions, write technical dispositions, lead special projects, and carry out small/medium/large quality corrective action tasks.   Regular responsibilities of the qualified candidate include, but are not limited to: - Providing technical guidance for the application of all major welding processes (GMAW, SMAW, SAW, and GTAW) - Writing technical dispositions in support of Engineering Reports, Change Notices, Welding Engineering Instructions, Major Technical Submittals, UNSATs/TIRs, Etc. - Maintaining procedural and specification compliance oversight for submarine piping documents (NAVSEA specifications, EB standard procedures, and design drawings) - Conducting on-job pipe welding and fit-up audits to ensure procedural compliance in various work centers at QP - Performing root cause analyses and evaluating problem resolution strategies for a wide variety of issues as required - Coordinating with functional area leads to identify opportunities for process improvement and/or alternative welding processes - Supporting upper management performance tracking goals by maintaining D341 cognizant data inputs and reports The qualified candidate will report to the D341 Piping Welding Engineering supervisor at Electric Boat’s North Kingstown, RI location.
ID
2023-10361
Dept ID
E341
Location
US-RI-North Kingstown
Seat Location
EB Quonset Point Facility
Post End Date
3/3/2024
Category
Engineering
Specific responsibilities include, but not limited to:  - Advise the Shift Test Engineer on safe and effective execution of operations and testing. - Maintain required paperwork (review paperwork daily for completeness and accuracy). - Complete and maintain the required training to perform electrical & mechanical operational testing of Steam & Electric Plant Systems. - Complete and maintain the required training to perform watch standing duties to include: operate ship’s electrical/mechanical systems; support roving watches; monitor electrical/mechanical systems required as part testing which may include weekend work. - Complete and maintain the required training to perform the duties of a safety technician which requires making systems safe for trade work utilizing Electric Boat’s Lock out/Tag out procedures - Complete and maintain the required training to maintain the requirements for system cleanliness - Ability to follow written procedures and comply with requirements - Install, maintain and remove test equipment (hoses, fittings, test pumps, meters etc.) and have the ability to understand the different types of test equipment, fittings and hoses for each system and apply them correctly per system requirements. - Exhibit high moral character and integrity required to certify NAVSEA test requirements - Exhibit the ability to read and understand various system and test diagrams/drawings required for all electrical and mechanical system testing. - Be able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret clearance. - Ability to work all shifts (1st, 2nd, and 3rd) including occasional weekend work is required based on department/project needs   **Please note this job is located in Philadelphia, PA.**
ID
2023-10296
Dept ID
E272
Location
US-PA-Philadelphia
Seat Location
EB Pennsylvania
Post End Date
3/19/2024
Category
Engineering
The successful candidate will contribute to oversight of nondestructive (NDT) being conducted at specific Electric Boat suppliers and distributed internal manufacturing facilities.  This position will provide technical evaluation, guidance, and expertise in various NDT methods such as magnetic particle testing [MT], liquid penetrant testing [PT], visual testing [VT], and ultrasonic testing [UT].  Primary responsibilities are supplier on-site evaluations and audits, witnessing re-inspections at suppliers and within the internal manufacturing facilities, monitoring supplier NDT program administration, reviewing supplier NDT training and onboarding programs, and evaluating the overall health of multiple supplier’s NDT program. Additional responsibilities will include: - Review, administer, and ensure vendor compliance with fabrication, welding, and NAVSEA NDT specifications. - Maintain company standards, procedures, best practices, and process improvements in the field on NDT. - Providing technical guidance and expertise with respect to manufacturing support and problem resolution. - Interact with multiple entities within Electric Boat, Newport News Shipbuilding, and our customer (SUPSHIP Groton, and NAVSEA) as required. - Preparing technical reports as result of findings during oversight, research and development, and problem resolution investigations. Travel is estimated to be 30% per work year.  
ID
2023-10189
Dept ID
E341
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
2/29/2024
Category
Engineering
Position is a full time position in Philadelphia, PA.   Electric Boat is expanding its engineering presence in the Philadelphia Navy Yard to support the COLUMBIA Class propulsion plant testing program. The IPS CTF waterfront engineering team provides technical support for emergent issues by evaluating data and collaborating with a team of engineers across multiple sites.  IPS CTF Waterfront Engineering – Test Data Support personnel will perform the tasks described below to support development and execution of the Motor Module Test Program.  The test program will, at times, require a 24/7 test schedule and, therefore, qualified candidates must be willing to support overnight and weekend shifts as required. Work from home opportunities are limited and evaluated on a case by case basis.  Frequent interface with Naval Surface Warfare Center – Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) and NAVSEA personnel is required.   Responsibilities will include the following: - Troubleshoot and investigate issues by reviewing data and inspecting the condition of hardware using test equipment such as digital multi-meters, fiber optic test kits, special test equipment, etc. - Develop engineering recommendations to problem reports - Review and interpret technical documentation such as engineering drawings and technical manuals in support of troubleshooting - Provide deck plate engineering support to operations personnel implementing the engineering responses to problem reports - Act as liaison between the IPS CTF Test Team, offsite engineering groups, operations personnel, and government personnel - Review collected test data to ensure all information necessary to certify tests was acquired, no abnormalities are present, and support emergent troubleshooting efforts - Develop and maintain MATLAB scripts to quickly plot test data in support of test certification and troubleshooting - Support problem report generation to ensure all relevant test data is consolidated into a report to accurately document the full extent of the issue - Coordinate additional engineering support as required to adjudicate emergent issues - Support periodic program reviews and working meetings - Issue letters to formally document a variety of programmatic decisions
ID
2023-10128
Dept ID
E486
Location
US-PA-Philadelphia
Seat Location
EB Pennsylvania
Post End Date
2/28/2024
Category
Engineering
General Dynamics Electric Boat, a leader in naval innovation, is seeking passionate engineers to contribute to the design and construction of state-of-the-art submarines for the U.S. Navy. Be part of a dynamic team, drive technological advancements, and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of maritime defense. If you're ready for a challenging and rewarding career, apply now to be at the forefront of naval engineering excellence.   D408 Maintenance Engineering group is seeking a Test Engineer Sr - Systems.   Employee will be required to develop new or modify existing maintenance requirements for submarine systems and components for all classes, and manage the development of the associated maintenance products. This includes conducting Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) analyses to identify the most applicable and effective maintenance, who should conduct it and how often it needs to be accomplished.   This position requires constant interface with other engineering disciplines, shipyard personnel, Navy personnel, technical writing personnel, and program management. 
ID
2023-10118
Dept ID
E408
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
2/29/2024
Category
Engineering
D435 Main Propulsion Machinery is in search of a SSN(X) class Shafting Engineer I/II/Senior/Specialist. Engineers in this group will be responsible for providing high quality and efficient engineering and design services to both the Navy Propulsor and Shafting Team. Engineers will also be responsible for the project management and oversight of design and development of main propulsion shafting components including the main shaft, shaft seals and housings, and bearing systems.   The group will support concept design development and engineering studies for propulsor/shafting-specific programs sponsored by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division and the Office of Naval Research. The group frequently works with other members of the Navy Propulsor and Shafting Team including Electric Boat’s shock, hydrodynamics, and ship signatures departments, Pennsylvania State University Applied Research Laboratory, and Navy laboratories.   Occasional travel to Washington DC or vendor sites may be required.
ID
2023-10089
Dept ID
E435
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
3/5/2024
Category
Engineering
SSNR Propulsion Plant Electrical Systems Engineering    The UK’s next generation fast attack submarine (SSNR) engineering team is in need of Propulsion Plant Electrical Systems Engineers. The SSNR Power Distribution Group has openings for highly motivated engineers to support the development of a new electric plant design for the next class of submarines.  The SSNR Electrical Systems engineer will be responsible for supporting the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the UK Shipyard (BAE Systems) in development of a VIRGINIA-like DC electric plant for the UK’s next fast-attack submarine.  There will be engineers located both in New London and in Barrow-in-Furness supporting the UK.  The effort is to help train UK engineers and guide the design of the electric plant.    The candidate(s) selected for this engineering position will be responsible for the coordination and support of a DC electric plant architecture that utilizes the latest developments in solid state power electronics for power conversion, system protection and coordination related to the UK next submarine design.    Responsibilities include - Coordinate electric plant component evaluations such as a power conversion equipment, Switchboards, and generators to be incorporated into the DC distribution system. - Coordinate and develop a medium voltage/medium frequency distribution system to support the UK concepts.  - Coordinate and develop supporting documentation such as functional requirements, interface and component specifications, electric plant architecture recommendations, and vendor workscopes.  - Provide direction and oversight of system analyses including impedance analysis, fault analysis, and large scale modeling and simulation. - Validate system technical requirements are satisfied while maintaining adherence to program cost and schedule requirements, and ensuring strong integration with the other EB departments and outside organizations involved including NNL (Bettis and KAPL), NAVSEA 08, and the UK technical and programmatic personnel
ID
2023-9801
Dept ID
E443
Location
US-CT-New London
Seat Location
EB New London Facility
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Engineering
The Electric Boat Welding Engineering Advanced Concepts Team has multiple openings in support of research and development and production innovation from project initiation to implementation into our product – nuclear submarines. This recently formed group is in the process of building a dynamic team responsible for emerging and innovative R&D on welding materials, additive manufacturing, and process technologies, including robotic welding, at Electric Boat. Projects principally involve welding metallurgy, advanced/novel material process development, or both.  This high visibility position involves interaction with a number of other organizations within Electric Boat, suppliers of equipment and welding consumables, the Navy customer, and various national and international research laboratories and organizations.   This challenging, fast paced position involves development and follow through of projects to further enhance the capabilities of our submarine force, while ensuring the final product and technologies will reliably meet or exceed the performance and quality requirements set forth by the Navy. Project focus areas include, but are not limited to, the metallurgical approach to design and develop welding materials (including those used in additive manufacturing), control of weld mechanical properties and cracking, shipyard and procurement viability of newly developed welding consumables and advanced processes, characterizing weld metal and heat affected zone mechanical properties, and consistent and repeatable weld quality.   Work conducted by this team will have significant influence on the design and performance of the next generation submarine, and will also influence submarine classes already under construction. Many projects are long term with many interconnected technologies and requirements due to the expectations for service performance and increased capabilities over the life of the submarine. These projects have high visibility within Electric Boat and in the Navy community, and offer the potential for significant personal, technical, and project management growth to those on the team.   This position has the following specific functions: - Investigate new or modified base materials with respect to welding, additive manufacturing, robotic welding, and fabrication effects - Investigate and/or develop new welding or additive manufacturing consumables for fabrication of new or modified base materials - Responsibility for the quality, operability, and suitability of newly developed welding consumable procurement to operate successfully in the shipyard, providing consistent attainment of weld metal mechanical properties and freedom from cracking - Conduct research and development investigations to develop and test new structural fabrication processes, design concepts, procedures, and various process consumables. - Investigate, characterize, and potentially qualify and implement additive manufacturing technologies - Conduct research and development to support design efforts, modify requirements, and provide methods to address metallurgical concerns with welds - Evaluate new developments in the welding and additive manufacturing fields (such as processes and equipment) for possible application to current welding problems or production processes - Serve as project lead and/or technical lead on both in-house and externally funded development and process improvement/cost reduction tasks - Design test programs and prepare technical reports as a result of testing, research and development, and investigations - Implementation of projects into the shipyard - Typical work week – Approximately 30% laboratory observation/evaluation (working alongside developmental welders), 70% analysis, test plan/report writing, solution development and problem adjudication. Attend and present at conferences, technical meetings and vendors as needed for specific projects
ID
2023-9791
Dept ID
E341
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
3/10/2024
Category
Engineering
Nuclear Waterfront Engineering, Propulsion Plant Electrical (D427) performs design engineering activities for electrical components and systems used in the propulsion plant for VIRGINIA Class submarines in construction at the Electric Boat shipyard and technology insertions for future VIRGINIA Class blocks of ships (e.g. Subsea and Seabed Warfare).  Responsibilities include design upgrades for reactor plant instrumentation and control systems, steam plant control and indication systems, and the electric plant.    Major components supported by this group are power electronic inverters and converters, power distribution switchboards and circuit breakers, microprocessor based instrumentation and control equipment, electromagnetic controllers, transformers, bus transfer devices and control stations.  This department is also responsible for electric plant analysis products, such as power systems analysis, fault current analysis, circuit breaker coordination, electric plant stability analysis and voltage drop analysis.    Engineers work in a fast paced, multi-discipline environment, and interface with other engineering disciplines, senior management, suppliers and customers on a frequent basis.  Technologies that are supported by this department include power distribution, power electronics, systems integration, integration of microprocessor control systems, and integration of copper based and fiber optic based serial communications systems.
ID
2023-9736
Dept ID
E427
Location
US-CT-Groton
Seat Location
EB Groton Shipyard
Post End Date
3/4/2024
Category
Engineering
This position is located in Kings Bay GA   The Project Lead will provide direct support to the Modernization Program Manager (D684) and the Site Manager for ensuring accomplishment of established Maintenance and Modernization Program goals. The Project Lead will function as the Alteration Installation Team (AIT) Lead per NAVSEA TS9090-310 and be responsible for the overall planning and execution of projects. The alteration planning responsibilities will include; MOA development and routing to include the services request, schedule and metrics development, Readiness Review creation and execution, and Manning plan as a minimum.   Duties required during the execution of Alteration will include; performing the role as AIT Lead, keeping the Program Manager and Site Manager informed of schedule progress, as well as any issues that are impacting schedule, and developing/leading a Project Status Report meeting to be held as directed by the Site Manager.   The Project Lead will be the primary EB point of contact for the AIT Manager, OSIC, LMA and other government activities. - Employee may be required to work other than normal duty hours, to include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays. Shift work and emergency overtime may be required. - Travel to other U.S. Navy facilities in the continental Unites States, Hawaii and the far East is Required. - The candidate is comfortable with change and able to adapt to the changing environment. - Must be able to obtain a DoD Secret security clearance or higher. - The candidate must possess strong analytical, causal analysis, communication, organizational, planning, and writing skills under minimal supervision. - The candidate must demonstrate the ability to prioritize tasking.
ID
2023-9435
Dept ID
E707
Location
US-GA-St. Marys
Seat Location
EB Kings Bay Trident Site
Post End Date
2/26/2024
Category
Program Management

Join our talent pools, get job alerts, and see EB news

We can recommend jobs specifically for you! Click here to get started.