WANTED: A mission-driven professional with an Mechanical Engineer background and Active Secret clearance to become our next Marine/Mechanical Engineer in San Diego, CA. You will support our Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD).
As a Marine/Mechanical Engineer you will:
Provide critical support in protecting our country
Work with a team of driven, supportive and highly skilled professionals
Continue growing and perfecting your Mechanical Engineering skills.
Receive robust benefits package that includes Employee Stock Ownership Plan!
Be a part of an empowered accountability culture where each employee-owner has a meaningful stake in the future success and growth of the company.
A week in the life of a Marine/Mechanical Engineer:
Provide technical support to LCS-class ships in San Diego, specifically relating to the ships diesel generator sets.
Ensure the ship meets the requirements of the Diesel Readiness System program (to include analysis of diesel engine performance data and record reviews), and developing technical and administrative procedures for the LCS-class.
Support post-availability sea trials and testing - involves some time underway onboard US Naval vessels
Assist in writing and updating Maintenance Standards, PMS, Technical Manuals, Fleet Messages, and Technical Directives.
Transcribe red lined documents into changes/revisions to PMS, technical manuals, and maintenance standards.
Founded in 1975, AMERICAN SYSTEMS is one of the largest employee-owned companies in the United States. We are a government services contractor focused on delivering Strategic Solutions to complex national priority programs with 100+ locations worldwide. Our employee-owners are encouraged to make a difference, implement new ideas in a collaborative environment, and focus on mission critical success. Through our focus on quality, strong cultural beliefs and innovation we deliver excellence every day. Join us!
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Minimum Education: High school graduate or GED and a graduate of military or commercial/OEM/trade schools which provided an in-depth knowledge of naval shipboard systems maintenance and operation. A bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering is desired.
Minimum Work Experience: Five (5) years experience in the operation, maintenance, testing and repair of HM&E equipment installed on U.S. Navy aircraft carriers, surface ships, or submarines.
Active or Reserve Naval experience is a plus.
Knowledge of Navy organizational structure and the ability to interact with enlisted personnel and Officers at all levels.
Mechanical understanding of diesel engines and sub components (general working knowledge).
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Excellent computer skills, and proficiency with MS Office Suite and CAD programs.
An Active Secret security clearance (preferred), or be able to obtain one.
The ideal candidate will have the necessary combination of hands on practical experience and management and will be able to effectively communicate with sailors and civilian personnel.