Education and Experience
Bachelors degree in engineering or a related scientific discipline plus 8 to 10 years relevant work experience. Masters degree preferred. Degree(s) must be in engineering, computer science, mathematics or a related discipline.
Project Engineering experience.
Five years' experience in USCG Naval Engineering maintenance practices and procedures as defined in the USCG Naval Engineering Manual.
Five years' experience in ship/boat maintenance to include drydocking procedures.
Five years' experience in Project Management.
Five years' experience conducting maintenance assessments on ships/boats to identify required repairs and prioritize maintenance requirements.
Two years' experience in specification or technical procedure development.
In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 15 years of applicable work experience. Work experience may be adjusted based on education, or highly specialized knowledge or uniquely applicable experience for positions involving new technology or labor market shortages as reflected by market survey data.
*****Knowledge, Skills, Abilities*****
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 working knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of ship repair, non-destructive testing and other principles, practices and techniques unique to the marine industry.
A working knowledge of commercial, military, safety and engineering standards.
Experience working with Coast Guard instructions, ship repair standards policies, procedures, and processes.
Experience working with the Federal Acquisition Regulations (from the perspective of either developing or contracting requirements) with regard to small purchases and contracts and its applicability to ship repair contact and purchases.
The ability to review, maintain and update ship maintenance records and casualty databases.
The ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, technical publications and directives.
Member will be required to become familiar with the Fleet Logistics System (FLS) and Contract Workbook Database (CWD) to assist in the execution of maintenance actions, a working knowledge of that software is highly beneficial.
Understanding of Coast Guard organization and vessels.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance. A security clearance of an appropriate level will be required after employment.