- Provide broad engineering and technical leadership for current and future work under various NOAA maritime support contracts.
- Proactively work with clients to identify emerging program requirements and develop support plans.
- Effectively work with multi-disciplined projects/teams that may include Government, subcontractors, and peers.
- Must be willing to and capable of performing and/or leading ship design studies, requirements development, analysis of alternatives, design reviews, trade-off studies, engineering analyses, and calculations (Structural/Trim/Stability/Damage/Seakeeping/ect) as well as other technical, acquisition and programmatic functions as required.
- Additional duties include ship checks, specification development, maintenance/repair/replacement analysis and recommendations, drawing review/modification, technical writing, contract management, and construction oversight.
- Effectively interface and liaison with ABS, USCG, and other regulatory agencies. Some travel can be expected to support shipyard availabilities.
- BS or higher in Naval Arch, Marine Engineering, or Mech Eng.
- Minimum of ten (10) years' experience in an engineering discipline for strategic planning, requirements development/analysis, systems design, engineering, test and evaluation, systems integration, conceptual designs, design implementation, and construction/repair for mechanical, marine, and/or naval engineering projects.
- Masters in Engineering, MBA or post graduate degree in management also desired.
- Onboard ship and/or shipyard experience highly desired.
- Experience as a Port Engineer or experience in vessel shore-side support is also highly desired.
- PE in Naval Architecture or other engineering discipline and PMP certification (or equivalent) is desired.
- Experience with Naval Architecture software suites (such as GHS, Rhino, SolidWorks, AutoCAD, HECSALV, FastShip, etc.) is also desired.
Valid Through: 2019-10-17