Sr Principal Engineer

Company Name:
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
Sr Principal Engineer
Location Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME
Department B4000 Functional Engineering
Requisition Number 14-6740
Shift 1st
Number of Positions 1
Security Clearance Confidential
Job Description o Manage complex technical projects on various ship programs
o Act as technical liaison to both internal and external organizations on issues of a highly complex nature.
o Capable of leading projects for which engineering precedents are lacking
o Understand and articulate the performance of technical systems based on both current and future states
o Develop written reports and perform oral presentations on technical projects
o Travel to various customer worksites (Navy and vendors)
o Participate in and lead technical interchanges on issues with customers such as the US Navy, suppliers and manufacturing
o Identify and resolve issues in a prudent and timely fashion
o Develop and analyze technical specifications (ship specs and purchase specs)
Required Education/Training o BS in Engineering required, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Naval Architecture preferred
o Advanced degree preferred
o Professional engineer or USCG license preferred
Experience o Work experience in the maritime industry or time at sea preferred
o Minimum 20 years experience in Engineering or Marine discipline required
o Familiarity with Navy specifications and protocol
Unique/Additional Requirements o Ability to develop trade studies, optimizations and designs from requirements alone
o Strong oral and written communication skills required
o Willingness to work onboard ship, pier side or at sea, as well as in office environment
o Aptitude for problem solving
o Thorough knowledge of engineering tools and methods relating to problem solving
o Proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office

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