Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

  • Engineer (Submarine In-service Engineering)

    Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
    ID
    2019-4444
    Category
    Systems Engineering: Acquisition
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Undersea Technology Assessment Group (UTAG) is looking for a Engineer to support submarine in-service programs at NSWC Philadelphia.  UTAG within SPA supports the Navy and other government organizations with timely and objective capability assessments, technology evaluations, and strategic planning that integrate the technical, operational, programmatic, policy, and business aspects of undersea warfare (USW) and broader Navy issues. UTAG provides mature, turnkey products that reflect all of the factors important to decision makers. 

    Responsibilities

    Provide on-site NSWC Philadelphia technical support for in-service submarine sustainment. This effort will include technical reviews of in-process alterations to submarine systems, onsite technical liaison between the technical community and submarine forces, and assistance with the planning, implementation and introduction of submarine maintenance facilities and systems.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree in Engineering from an accredited university or Maritime Academy.
    • Ten (10) years of experience with U.S. Navy systems, including mechanical/electrical system design, repair, installation, modification, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and testing of Submarine equipment or systems.
    • Experience with interpreting technical details and translating complex technical concepts into executive-level analysis, documents and presentations.
    • Proficient in using Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to communicate to decision makers.
    • Proven ability to exercise independent judgment and to work autonomously with minimal supervision at the government site.
    • Current DoD security clearance at least at the Secret level.

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