Marine Engineer Job Description Sample
VALocalShip Management/Shipping Offshore OperationsRef.: ML-187276The Marine Engineer is responsible for overseeing alterations, modifications, upgrades, conversions and technical issues pertaining to the MSV Program. The individual will report to the MSV Program Manager. The work location is at the MLL office in Norfolk, VA. The MSV Marine Engineer performs periodic travel to the ship. On occasion, such as special projects, the Marine Engineer may have other company personnel reporting into him or her in the form of a cross functional team.
We OfferMaersk Line, Limited offers you an exciting career opportunity in an international, challenging business environment characterized by high pace and diversity with focus on creating valuable relations with our current and new customers. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package, such as health insurance, dental and vision insurance, a 401K savings plan with an employer match, and paid time off. Maersk Line, Limited encourages continuous learning at work, and we offer various development opportunities to our employees.
Develop solutions for changes, alterations, modifications, upgrades and conversions pertaining to the MSV Program.
Actively develop work specifications, drawings, and technical information to enable contractors to quote, and regulatory agencies to review, requested modifications.
Develop and submit, with the assistance of MLL contracts group, consent requests for government directed vessel modifications.
Assist Port Engineer to develop intermediate/special survey/dry-dock specifications and assist with the oversight of all aspects of the successful completion of dry-docking and associated surveys.
Provide oversight for vessel Masters and Chief Engineers to ensure that vessel modifications and upgrades are efficiently and safely performed in accordance with contract and regulatory requirements.
Actively coordinate with terminals, vendors and other functions in order to complete ship modifications with timely attention and efficiency.
Act as the modification technical point of contact with the customer/charterer.
Be an advocate for shipboard safety, the company safety culture and actively support timely attention to any safety issue.
Responsible for internal MLL coordination of engineering matters relating to modifications to ensure contract or charter party compliance and customer satisfaction.
Participate in internal audit or vetting as directed by the Program Manager.
Support company commitment to safety and other selected standards and certifications
Responsible for meeting the requirements and deadlines in preparation of shipyard specifications, selection of vendors, and optimal utilization of ship's force during the shipyard period.
Support the Program Manager and MSV General Manager as required.
Who we are looking for
Education and Experience:
B.S. from an accredited institution: degree in Marine Engineering or equivalent degree is required.
Advanced degree from an accredited institution in business, logistics or equivalent discipline is preferred.
The successful applicant must meet one of the following experience criteria:
USCG License or equivalent international standard as Engineer.
Equivalent experience/service aboard either MSC, USN or commercial vessels in a supervisory position or service ashore in a supervisory position overseeing vessel operations within the Maritime Industry or Government Service.
Equivalent experience/service with a classification or Flag State authority with direct exposure to vessel regulatory compliance.
Some combination of project management experience and vessel management experience.
Project Management Professional Certification (PMP) preferred.
Must be eligible for a secret clearance as a condition of employment for this position
Proficiency in AutoCAD preferred.
Excellent interpersonal skills
Last application date: 30 September 2018.
For further information, please contact: .maersklinelimited.comYou must be authorized to work for any employer in the US.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.
Pay Transparency Notice:
Maersk Line, Limited (MLL) is an American company, headquartered in Norfolk, Va., that provides U.S. flag transportation, ship management and maritime technical services to government and commercial customers. As a business within the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group, MLL uniquely combines unparalleled experience, maritime expertise and global intermodal capability. Through our colleagues, both on and offshore we own, operate, and charter the largest U.S. flag fleet in commercial service, including container vessels, tankers, heavy lift and multipurpose vessels.
Marine Engineer 2 - Designated Duty Engineer
District 07/ Gang 870
Position # 127331
POSSESSION OF A UNITED STATES COAST GUARD INLAND DDE LICENSE OF 1,000 HP OR MORE IS REQUIRED.
There is a Special Entrance Rate (SER) of $1985.00 biweekly.
$2.00 PER HOUR PREMIUM PAY FOR ALL ACTUAL HOURS WORKED
THERE ARE 'NO LIVING QUARTERS ON THE VESSEL.'
TRANSPORTATION IS NOT PROVIDED TO AND FROM JOB SITE BY THE DEPARTMENT.
THE POSITION IS IN CAMERON, LOUISIANA.
WORK IS A ROTATING SCHEDULE OF 12 HOUR SHIFTS.
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No Civil Service test score is required in order to be considered for this vacancy.
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Marine Operations Superintendent
Possession of a United States Coast Guard Engineer's License for a motor ferry vessel appropriate to the location assigned plus two years of experience involving work in a marine engine room.
Possession of a current Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) must accompany license when required by the US Coast Guard for duties performed.
FUNCTION OF WORK:
To accomplish engine room and machinery operation on board an inspected state owned marine vessel as defined by U.S. Coast Guard regulations.
LEVEL OF WORK:
Direct from a Marine Master or equivalent level supervisor.
LOCATION OF WORK:
Primarily the Department of Transportation and Development, but use by other agencies may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Differs from Marine Engineer 1 by the presence of full performance engineering duties.
Differs from Marine Chief Engineer by the absence of overall responsibility for engineering duties on board a Coast Guard inspected vessel. Examples of Work
EXAMPLES LISTED BELOW INCLUDE BRIEF SAMPLES OF COMMON DUTIES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS JOB TITLE. PLEASE NOTE THAT NOT ALL TASKS ARE INCLUDED.
Assumes responsibility, on an assigned shift, for the operation and routine maintenance of engine room and machinery aboard an inspected marine vessel (such as main propulsion diesel engines, main electrical generating plants, hydraulic systems, sanitation systems, pumping systems, electrical and lighting systems).
Maintains required engineering logs and records and makes reports.
Assumes responsibility for safe refueling operations.
May provide functional supervision over Marine Engineer 1 and lower level personnel.
Marine Refrigeration Service Engineer
We are looking for an experienced industrial and marine refrigeration Service Engineer to install, repair, service, troubleshoot and maintain refrigeration systems on factory trawlers, fishing vessels and commercial locations.
Duties and responsibilities
Install, troubleshoot, repair, service, and maintain marine and industrial refrigeration systems on fishing vessels, factory trawlers, and at various commercial locations
Complete technician billing sheets for every job at the completion of job and work with Accounts Receivable to timely, accurately, and profitably invoice customer
Maintain organized workspace, including shop and vehicle
Serve as a professional and courteous liaison between the company and customer
tracking time and materials used for jobs and working with Accounts Receivable
Industrial and Marine Refrigeration experience preferred.
Journeyman’ s License preferred but not required.
PLC/Automation/Electrician experience preferred.
Able to work under high stress situations and willing to work overtime
Punctual, reliable and able to maintain a clean work space
Willing and able to work overtime with frequent travel locally, nationally, and internationally
Salary DOE and benefits
Marine Engineer - 26935
Provide onsite project management and production support to US Navy Supervisor of Shipbuilding overseeing construction of US Navy ships with a goal of building quality ships while reducing costs and minimizing delays to delivery. Duties required to meet this overall goal include but are not limited to:
Establishing and maintaining productive liaisons with Government project team and Craft, and Production and planning organizations supporting Build, Integration, Delivery, and Testing of US Navy ships.
Responsible for the providing analysis of various government and contractor hull management reports to recommend changes to higher level engineers to ensure consistency and accuracy of the same.
Attends production progress meetings. Provide recommendations to Government on status of production efforts, engineering or technical problems, and quality assurance issues.
Assist in trial card screening and ship checks of disputed or trial cards that need clarification.
Conduct minimum of daily walk throughs of production areas noting progress, efficiencies and items of concern.
Develop and provide status/progress reports as requested, to government, government support activities and contractor representatives.
Providing analysis and written technical input to support resolution of production and project management deficiencies and failures identified through existing US Government and Shipbuilder reports
Writing reports and other documentation as required.
Performs additional duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in engineering or a related scientific discipline plus 5 years relevant work experience. In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 8 years of applicable work experience.
Experience in shipbuilding practices, production techniques, and waterfront engineering procedures.
Demonstrated ability to work in industrial environment and evaluate craft production progress.
Ability to apply standard technical concepts and procedures to assist higher level engineers in evaluating and developing technical products.
Ability to perform basic engineering work in analysis, evaluation, testing and operation of systems and component development.
Ability to work closely in teaming environment with uniformed and civil service employees to meet objectives with direct supervision.
Ability to communicate effectively with Navy and shipyard teams both orally and in written reports and briefings.
Ability to work in industrial environment that requires significant walking, climbing ladders, and operating in noise and sight hazard areas.
Ability to read, write and speak English fluently are required.
It is not mandatory that the candidate presently hold a Government security clearance but eligibility to obtain a security clearance is required.
Basic Microsoft Word (Office 2003/2007) competency is required, to include the use of basic formatting, editing, printing functions, the document page setup and document and design considerations.
Intermediate Microsoft Excel (Office 2003/2007) competency is required, to include: data entry, correction and retrieval; working with multiple worksheets, filtering data, creating and using mathematical, logical, statistical, and financial functions, performing multiple-level sorting and use sorting options, and manipulating databases to obtain desired data.
Basic Microsoft Outlook competency is required to include: composing, sending and receiving mail; attaching files, use of contacts, developing and using mailing lists and creating and sending meeting invitations.
Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. Alion will provide a reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans who need assistance to apply. Please visit the Alion Careers site for more information
U.S. Citizenship Required.
Lead Marine Engineer - 26936
Leads the planning, designing, development and installation of complex ship construction, machinery and related equipment including propulsion machines and power supply systems and ensures requirements are defined and met according to specifications.
Supports senior technical level personnel and program managers in the planning, oversight, and execution of complex and advanced projects related to system and technical product development. Typically supports multiple project activities and may support multiple programs within the organization. Provides technical guidance and mentoring to lower level technical staff.
Recognized within Alion as a senior level contributor in the field, and may have begun to acquire a similar reputation in the external scientific and client communities.
Applies advanced technical concepts, techniques, and procedures to support multiple project teams in the development of technical products. Performs complex engineering work in design, evaluation, planning, testing and operation in support of program level system development, engineering analysis and research.
Carries out complex assignments requiring the development of new research concepts or improvement of current techniques and procedures. Displays an advanced understanding and innovative use of concepts and principles in performing assignments.
Supervises and reviews activities of staff, scheduling and assigning work to meet program/project completion dates. Works closely with senior customer personnel in providing solutions to complex problems and advice on technical issues.
Exercises independent judgment in conducting complex analyses and development efforts, and provides technical direction to other staff. Educates and advises more junior technical staff members in the technical aspects of their efforts.
Prepares and reviews input to major technical reports, status reports, letters, technical memoranda, contract reports and formal briefings.
Based upon own ideas, prepares unsolicited proposals to secure new projects or the expansion of ongoing project activities that involve support of other staff members. Prepares or coordinates the preparation of complex proposals with contributions from several activities.
Identifies opportunities for new program initiatives. Develops relevant briefings and specific project proposals, and works through appropriate channels to schedule presentation of these briefings and proposals to prospective customers.
Is recognized within the organization in more than one area of technical expertise. Participates in the activities of professional societies. Authors/co-authors technical and scientific articles for publication.
Complies with applicable quality and security procedures in the performance of duties. Establishes and monitors standards for internal quality programs. Provides recommendations for improvements to existing quality systems or applicable company procedures and guidelines.
Performs additional duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Demonstrated command of engineering principles, methods, and techniques in more than one area of expertise.
Advanced knowledge of relevant tools, equipment, hardware, and software.
Effective customer and organizational level communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
A security clearance of an appropriate level may be required after employment.
Bachelor's Degree 8-10
Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. Alion will provide a reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans who need assistance to apply. Please visit the Alion Careers site for more information
U.S. Citizenship Required.
Marine Terminal Engineer
The Marine Terminal Engineer, as part of the ExxonMobil Research & Engineering's Specialized Engineering Division, has the responsibility to provide technical and engineering support to its global sites. The position is for an experienced Marine Terminal Engineer who will be located at the ExxonMobil Houston Campus in Spring, Texas.
Primary Job Functions
Perform engineering planning and assessments of marine facilities, including berthing, mooring, cargo-handling, fire protection, pollution prevention and other facilities
Assist in commissioning and troubleshooting of new structures and equipment
Perform operational assessments to assist facilities with risk management activities and assuring compliance with industry/company standards
Conduct mooring and berthing engineering evaluations to define Vessel Acceptance Criteria, mooring requirements and Environmental Operating Limits
Provide post incident response to terminals for continued operations
Participate in development of company/industry standards. Interpret and explain company practices and industry standards and how they apply to ongoing operation of facilities and projects
Provide interface with business units, regulatory agencies, and industry organizations
This position requires domestic and international travel
B.S. Civil/Structural Engineering
M.S. degree in civil engineering or in a marine related discipline will be an advantage
Minimum 5 years of relevant industry experience
Candidate should have solid technical and analytical skills and be self-motivated and focused on achieving business results
Candidate must have strong communication skills and be a team player with demonstrated leadership experiencea
Prior experience in a technical position within a manufacturing plant is preferred
Candidates who have a background in engineering areas such as those below and who can quickly adapt their skills will be strongly considered
Relevant knowledge and experience includes the following:
Knowledge of key industry guidelines for marine such as OCIMF and PIANC
Experience in performing mooring analysis and fender design
Capable of reading and interpreting drawings and specifications for typical marine terminal components (cargo transfer systems, mooring, fenders, gangways, etc.)
Experience with sizing and lay out of marine terminal structures and facilities based on ship/shore interface requirements (e.g., ship size, effective mooring layouts, gangway and loading arm or hose operating envelopes, etc.)
Experience in design and construction of shore berths
Experience in assessing existing operations including procedures/facilities is a plus
Alternate Location: United States : Houston, Texas
ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
Nearest Major Market: Houston
Job Segment: Construction, Manufacturing Engineer, Engineer, Risk Management, Structural Engineer, Engineering, Finance
Embedded Software Engineer - Marine Sonar
As a leading worldwide provider of navigation devices and wearable technology, Garmin’s focus is on developing, designing and supporting superior products. Our advanced technology promotes performance, safety and ease of use every market we serve.
Come on board with Garmin Marine engineering! Our team is looking for self-motivated, confident and passionate engineers to create high-quality, state-of-the-art products that give our consumers an unwavering level of confidence when on the water.
Our marine team leads the industry with innovative technology that integrates performance, safety, quality, value, innovation and ease of use into our products – to help our consumers make the most of their time on the water.
Our marine product development team in Kansas City is hiring a full-time Embedded Software Engineer for our Marine Sonar team. Embedded Software Engineer job responsibilities include: Develop moderately complex software in C language, or other selected languages for Garmin products and/or applications consistently following Garmin’s coding standards and in accordance with applicable software development methodology and release processes
Utilize software engineering tools such as configuration management systems, build processes, and debuggers in the software development process
Create and execute designs for small sets of new functionality as part of a software project
May perform as a technical leader or Lead Software Engineer for derivative software project
Collaborate and add value through participation in peer code reviews, providing comments and suggestions
Provide reliable solutions to a variety of problems using sound problem solving techniques
Perform technical root cause analysis and outlines corrective action for given problems
Serve as a mentor to less experienced software engineers (Software Engineer 1)Estimate level of effort, evaluate new options of similar technology, offer suggestions to improve processes, and provide comments on some electrical design aspects
Apply Garmin’s Mission Statement and Quality Policy and enthusiastically exhibit a desire to see Garmin succeed
Work collaboratively and professionally with other Garmin associates in cross functional teams to achieve goals
Apply a sense of urgency, commitment and focus on the right priorities in developing solutions in a timely fashion
Passion to learn and grow in a team-based development environment
Other responsibilities include reviewing product and/or application information manuals and brochures for technical accuracy and participating in product definition activities such as feature analysis and system tradeoffs.Candidates for this role should possess a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Math or Physics or a technical field (such as CIS or IT) from a four-year college or university AND a minimum of one year relevant experience OR an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience plus a cumulative GPA greater than or equal to 3.0 as a general rule. Qualified candidates will also demonstrate proficient knowledge and utilization of engineering tools necessary for successful performance of the essential functions of this job description including experience necessary to develop moderately complex software in C language.
Demonstrated mastery of relevant software engineering tools (configuration management systems, build processes, debuggers, emulators, simulators logic analyzers) and demonstrate proficient ability to capture and document software requirements. Other preferred qualification for this position include: Sonar experience
Experience working with TCP/IPExperience working in a team environment
Experience or expertise in evaluating and improving embedded software performance
Ability to develop, debug and maintain embedded multi-threaded software
Familiarity or experience with user interface design and development
Previous experience developing embedded systems
Interest in fishing, boating, and/or sailing activities Our benefits, designed to lead an evolving marketplace, support innovation and encourage a healthy balance between work and life, keep us competitive and allow our associates to make their own decisions about their well-being and future. We offer a choice of healthcare plans—with low or no premiums—which consistently rank in the 90th percentile when compared to other high-tech employers, plus dental and vision plans for you and your family.
In addition, our financial benefits rate 82% above the median for technology companies comparable in size. Our 401K retirement plan provides 5% of pay base contribution plus a match of 75 cents for every dollar you contribute to a maximum of 10% of your compensation. The employee stock purchase plan allows for shares to be bought at a 15% discount. EEO/AA/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans
Lead, Marine Engineer
Engineering & Technical Svcs Group
Transocean is focused on being the employer of choice for the drilling industry.
We are challenging ourselves every day to push the performance of the company through technological advances and passion for our work.
This position seves as a marine engineering contributor for Transocean to support mobile offshore drilling unit operations.
Conduct site assessments to Transocean fleet, including site assessment of station keeping system and marine drilling risers with engineering analysis, technical reports, and specification developments.
Carry out work in the areas of naval architecture, deadweight survey and inclining experiments, basic floating vessel stability analysis and motion calculations, and marine issues associated with the fleet and coordinate the preparation and updating of vessel operating manuals.
Provide supports to design of marine system upgrades and modifications for Transocean's fleet. Review and analyze shipbuilder and vendor submitted documents in compliance with company technical specifications and regulatory requirements
Apply technical and engineering principles to new system and applications and conduct studies to support marine technology initiatives.
Assist with technical assessments in enhancing marine system reliability and implementing company safe operation procedures and practices.
Bachelor's degree in Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture or related Disciplines.
Training and appropriate certifications.
Advanced degree or Professional Engineer license is a plus.
The candidate needs to have a minimum of 8 years of experience.
Experience conducting studies and analyses using marine engineering and naval architecture principles in mobile offshore drilling units is preferred.
Experience in operations and mobile offshore drilling unit projects is a plus
Technical expertise in marine egineering and naval architecture is highly required.
Experience in MODU is preferred.
Must have advanced knowledge of relevant engineering analysis tools.
Familiar with industry standards, class and regulatory requirements.
TRAVEL: The ability to travel up to 10% of the time internationally is a must.
INGENUITY: Must be capable of working with limited direct supervision and solving complex issues with the ability to work independently in a dynamic environment.
DECISION-MAKING: Demonstrate the capacity for effective decisions regarding Company processes and procedures and Marine Engineering practices
INTERPERSONAL SKILLS: Must be able to work with all levels of personnel and management in a professional manner.
If you want to push yourself to great achievement, let Transocean develop your career.
Marine Service Controls Engineer
UTC Climate, Controls & Security is the world's largest provider of building technologies. Its fire safety, security, building automation, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems and services promote integrated, high performance buildings that are safer, smarter and sustainable. UTC CCS is a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide.
United Technologies Marine Solutions
Several of our companies at United Technologies have been suppliers to the international maritime and offshore industries for decades, and by coordinating our activities under one marine umbrella we are able to utilize our latest technology and offer a wide portfolio of marine solutions, services and expertise to ship builders, ship owners and operators worldwide. Carrier Marine & Offshore Systems is responsible for providing air conditioning products and systems from cruise ships to fishing boats and offshore drilling platforms to oil tankers.
We are looking for a Marine Service Controls Engineer for our Syracuse, New York, Marine sales team.
A Controls Engineer is part of the Service Department and supports the sales of Controls Systems and manages the roll out of the sold projects. The core responsibilities and duties of a Controls Engineer are:
Ability to interpret, design, specify and install HVAC controls systems
Create quotations for ship based controls installation, troubleshooting and service
Initiative to manage all phases of controls projects, from design to implementation, i.e. purchasing parts, physical build & test etc.
Coordination between the factory and the customer regarding delivery times and product specifications
Maintaining active relationships with customers, monitoring the follow-up of agreements, identifying bottlenecks and adjusts whenever possible
Ensuring technical details of job orders
Maintaining contacts with external suppliers and ensure compliance
Manages and rolls out projects and informs the customer on progress and any abnormalities
Collecting and submitting relevant data for management reports and reviews
Responsible for process optimization
Marine Port Engineer Necc/Engineering Technician III
Join a team with EXCELLENCE, LOYALTY and INTEGRITY!
CDI Corporation (CDI) is a $600 million privately held company founded in 1950. We deliver engineering services to blue-chip clients with operations in markets around the world
CDI Marine Company is a division of CDI Government Services and a leader in providing our clients with high quality, cost effective engineering, design and logistics services in the marine industry. For additional opportunities please visit us at www.cdicareercenter.com
CDI Marine Company was awarded the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Governor's Award in 2016.
Forbes.com named CDI as one of the Most Trustworthy Companies in the United States in 2012.
CDI Corporation is an EEO/An Affirmative Action M/F/D/V Employer
Support to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) for maintenance and repair of assigned US Navy craft and boats, specifically long-term asset readiness, coordination of modernization BOATALTs and LARs accomplishment, and development of yearly POM inputs
Provide overseas expeditionary maintenance team support for Navy Expeditionary Combat Craft (NECC) and industrial oversight for US Navy small boats.
Provide advanced planning of major overhauls and modifications supporting modernization and design/material upgrades (a.k.a. BOATALTs, LARs, ECPs).
Support Echelon III NECC N43 TYCOM Maintenance Requests
Identify Boat I&D Maintenance and repair requirements with Echelon IV N43 and report tasking to TYPE DESK.
Develop and manage (CMAV) overhaul and modernization schedules.
Develop SOW/IGE in support of ROH & CMAVs for NECC boats.
Identify Overhaul and (2-Kilo) repair requirements with Echelon V N43.
Identify modernization requirements with Planning Yard/Type Desk and Echelon IV N43s.
Attend Maintenance Meetings
Assist Echelon IV & V in obtaining I&D Level support
Increase the service life and capability of forward deployed NECC boats and combatant craft within the constraints of NECC mission requirements and budgetary controls.
Coordinate schedule of execution for planned and emergency depot, intermediate and operation repair, and maintenance level availabilities.
Perform Expeditionary Maintenance Technician Duties when not conducting Port Engineering Duties.
Conduct planned and corrective maintenance procedures and troubleshoot equipment/system failures to the root cause.
Perform individual observation of equipment material condition to develop the required SOW and IGE.
Conduct an assessment and the validation of the units' CSMP.
Review and process all Condition Found Reports (CFRs), IGCEs, Contact Change Requests (CCRs) and make recommendations to the Type Desk.
Initiate and coordinate all inspections during CMAV and ROH to ensure all repairs and maintenance are in accordance with the CMP and SOW.
Recommend work to the various maintenance availabilities considering fiscal adherence to the maintenance and modification budget plan, the Units operational schedule, current RMC's workloads, and material readiness requirements.
Evaluate all proposed work scope, increases or reductions, and required actions. Make recommendations to the Type Desk and to defer or add work to SOW.
Initiate the establishment of maintenance availabilities using guidelines established by the FFM.
MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
Working knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of craft and boat repair, including dock and sea trials, non-destructive testing and other principles, practices and techniques unique to the marine industry.
Working knowledge of US Navy repair standards, policies and procedures and process to execute maintenance actions. Working knowledge of commercial and military standards.
Working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, and applicability to craft and boat repair contracts. A working knowledge of US Navy Instructions and logistics tools is beneficial.
Ability to communicate orally and in writing in-order-to present and defend technical recommendations, facilitate consensus, prepare memoranda and position papers, present briefings, and advise management officials.
Understand proper use of office equipment (computers, scanners fax machines, etc.) as well as Microsoft office applications.
Thorough knowledge of NECC craft and boats highly preferred.
Secret Clearance Required.
Must be willing to live abroad for at least one year and travel to other locations within the AOR.
MTU Diesel engine operation, diagnostic, and troubleshooting experience.
Hamilton Jet Modular Electronics Control System (MECS) operation and troubleshooting experience.
Navy Small boat electronics, communications, and navigation equipment operation and troubleshooting experience.
MK VI Platform Experience.
- This position requires US citizenship and will be subject to a security investigation, must meet the eligibility requirements to obtain, and maintain a security clearance issued by the US Government. In addition to the security clearance, this position may require an additional background screening for base access.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Must be able climb ladders and access small onboard spaces for the purpose of identifying needed hull, mechanical and electrical (HM&E) repairs.
Walking, standing, and sitting for extended periods of time are required.
CARRYING and LIFTING. Ability to transport and lift up to 30 lbs.
Employee is required to access remote areas of multi-level vessels.
Must comply with Company's Driver Safety Policy when assigned to operate company and/or rental vehicles.
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