As Navigation Systems Engineer, you will support the U.S. Navy in the set-up and testing of Integrated Bridge Systems (IBS) on the DDG-class ship. The selected candidates will be interfacing with U.S. Navy civilian engineers, program managers and logisticians as well as equipment manufacturers.
- Contract Specifications Must be a US citizen with the ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance
- Essential Functions and Responsibilities:Functioning as a test engineer, provide installation and testing support, development of simulation equipment, and system setups/tests
- Perform software and hardware testing while developing test procedures
- Strong focus on distance support/troubleshooting as well as on-site support for the DDG fleet.
- Install and debug navigation systems aboard US Navy ships
- Interface with OEMs and Vendors to prepare equipment for installation, testing and troubleshooting
- Required Education, Skills, and Experience:Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or an engineering field
- Previous IBS or Steering Controls troubleshooting experience preferred
- Computer networking experience/familiarity LAN setup/DHCP/IP configuration settings
- TCP/IP, UDP, routing tables, network diagnostics, LAN troubleshooting
- Linux and C/C++ experience desired
- Windows Operating System experience/familiarity Windows NT/2000/XP
- Windows setup/manipulation/troubleshooting
- Permission settings, Group Policy, Registry manipulation
- Computer hardware experience/familiarity Building PCs, PC repair, diagnosing hardware problems
- Hard drive replacement/memory upgrades/etc
- Experience with PLCs a plus
- Physical Demands and Expectations:This position may require up to 50% travel, executing shipboard install and start-up.
- Regular physical activity to include walking, climbing stairs, and standing; frequent periods of prolonged sitting may be required.
- Must be willing and able to safely work aboard Navy vessels while in a production environment, pier side, or while underway.
- Maneuvering around tight spaces in the test lab by climbing, ducking and stooping