Engineer III, Facilities

Company Name:
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
# Job Description
This position is for a Tool Engineer whose responsibilities will include:
developing specifications for tools and associated supplies in accordance with OSHA and ANSI requirements
perform testing and evaluations of products and work with suppliers and Procurement to establish contracts
work with the Safety Department as the point of contact for any tool related safety issues assisting in investigations and resolutions
coordinate safety audits on tools, grinders, saws and shop equipment and provide technical expertise to tool repair mechanics to assure repairs,rebuilding and modifications are done in accordance with manufactures requirements
perform vibration analysis on new tooling and supplies to assure compliance with established ergonomic guidelines
liaison between Medical Department and Facilities Division for vibration testing revision to methods of operation, material handling, equipment layout and/or other changes to improve safety and increase production
# Required Education/Training
High School Degree required
Associated Degree in Industrial Technology or Mechanical Engineering;
r equivalent combination of education and experience required
# Experience
Mechanical / Tool Engineering experience required
5 years shipbuilding experience preferred
Experience working in a manufacturing environment required
Machinist background
3 years OSHA compliance and audit experience required
3 years product sourcing and evaluation preferred
Hands on experience with overhauling pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical tools and oxy fuel burning equipment
Supervisory experience a plus
# Unique/Additional Requirements
Thorough knowledge of OSHA Regulations 1915 and 1910
Knowledge of abrasives, cutting tools and supplies
Ability to organize, plan and execute complex projects
Good computer knowledge/experience with Microsoft Powerpoint, Word, Excel
Good organizational and communication skills, both written and oral
Job Title: Engineer III, Facilities
Location: Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME
Department: B2001 Maintenance Plng/Admin
Requisition Number: 14-6488
Shift: 1st
Number of Positions: 1
Security Clearance: Confidential

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