Senior Engineer, Engineering

Company Name:
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
Senior Engineer, Engineering
Location Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME
Department B4000 Functional Engineering
Requisition Number 14-6466
Shift 1st
Number of Positions 2
Security Clearance Secret
Job Description Provide technical and project leadership for main propulsion machinery shipboard equipment and systems (gas turbine and diesel engines, propellers, waterjets, reduction gears, steering gears, shafting, seals and generator sets etc.). Develop and maintain equipment technical purchase specifications, diagrams and calculations. Support ship construction activities, including ship testing, system activation and sea trials. Interface with customers (Navy, Manufacturing, Detail Design, Procurement, QA, etc) to resolve technical issues, recommend changes and maintain technical documentation. Develop, document and present technical position on requirements compliance issues related to design and construction within assigned area of cognizance. Create CAE models that simulate ship system designs, and perform analysis and calculations using CAE applications. Participate on or lead integrated product and process teams. Develop and define ship system engineering requirements and relate them to top level performance requirements.
Required Education/Training BS in Mechanical Engineering or Marine Engineering from an ABET accredited university or college required
MS degree and/or PE license preferred
Experience 5 years experience in main propulsion machinery and auxiliary systems required; shipboard applications preferred
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Adept at giving technical presentations at group meetings
Demonstrated experience to lead technical projects
Windows and CAE (i.e. Pro/E, Pro/M, FEA, CFD software) experience highly desirable
Project management and coordination skills: ability to plan, organize and execute projects; ability to handle multiple projects and assignments concurrently
Unique/Additional Requirements Metallurgical or materials science background highly desirable.

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