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Engineering Technician (Hull/Structural) – US Navy Ship Support

Portsmouth, VA · Architecture/Engineering
Engineering Technician (Hull/Structural) – US Navy Ship Support
Work for a growing team in support of a brand new 5 year US Navy Contract supporting LHD Program at Norfolk Naval Shipyard - Portsmouth, VA
 
MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN AND POSSESS A FINAL DOD CLEARANCE OF AT LEAST CONFIDENTIAL.

COMPANY PROFILE:
  • For over 20 years company has been providing professional services to private and government in the fields of Environmental, Health and Safety, IT, Engineering, Logistics and Training.
  • A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
  • ISO 9001:2015 certification/
  • Supporting various government agencies including VA, US Navy, US Army, US Air Force, GSA, Homeland Security and DLA.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
  • Health: Choice of medical and dental plans, as well as vision coverage to fit your needs
  • Prepare for the Future: Company offers employees a 401(k) savings plan with matching company contribution. Offering company-paid and voluntary disability and life insurance benefits to help employees when the unforeseen happens.
  • Life: Paid holidays, vacation and sick time.
 
THE ROLE YOU WILL PLAY:
Seeking an Engineering Technician for a five (5) year US Navy Ship installation design support contract Norfolk Naval Shipyard with work being conducted at contractor site in Norfolk, VA.

What you get to do:
  • Make engineering investigations to gather data for use in plan preparation, engineering reports, test agenda, etc.  
  • Responsible for making necessary calculations, diagrams, and analysis to develop plans, reports, etc., proposed by him/herself or others.  
  • Responsibility for preparation of and modification of engineering drawings.  
  • Make engineering investigations to gather data for use in plan preparation, engineering reports, test agenda, etc.  
  • Responsible for making necessary calculations, diagrams, and analysis to develop plans, reports, etc., proposed by him/herself or others.  
  • Progressively more difficult structural, mechanical, electrical, or electronic drafting with a corresponding decrease in direct supervision.  
  • Design drafting involving judgment in recommending alternative designs or materials and in planning or conceiving engineering systems, structures, machinery, electrical, or electronic installations in order to satisfy performance, economy, safety, size, strength, durability, producibility, and maintainability factors.  
  • Technical responsibility for workability, producibility, economy of design, and a good background knowledge of new practices relative to manufacturing and shipboard installation techniques.  
  • Review responsibility for the review and checking of engineering drawings for completeness, adequacy, and compliance with instructions and appropriate standards and specifications.  
    Layout responsibility for actual drafting layout work.  

BACKGROUND PROFILE:
  • Naval progressive design experience in the naval ship design field within the last five (5) years involving design and working plan development for construction, conversion, modernization or alteration of U.S. Naval Ships (does not include maritime ship design).
  • 10+ years of experience in US Navy Ship Hull and Structural Design Support.
  • Auto CAD Experience
  • Blueprint experience (read, interpret, provide feedback and recommendation) US Navy Ship Design.
  • High school, trade, or industrial school, or correspondence school where, as a minimum, credits were received in all of the following: algebra, plane geometry, trigonometry, drafting, and physics.
 
 
The Patriot Group, Inc. (TPGI)
www.thepatriotsgrp.com
Info@thepatriotsgrp.com
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