The Naval Nuclear Laboratory comprises the U.S. Department of Energy locations and personnel responsible for developing advanced naval nuclear propulsion technology, providing technical support to ensure the safety and reliability of our nation’s naval nuclear reactors, and training the Sailors who operate those reactors in the U.S. Navy’s submarines and aircraft carrier Fleets. The Naval Nuclear Laboratory includes the Bettis and Knolls Atomic Power Laboratories, the Kenneth A. Kesselring Site, and the Naval Reactors Facility which have proudly supported the nation since 1946. The Naval Nuclear Laboratory has nearly 8,000 employees working at primary locations in Pennsylvania, New York, South Carolina, and Idaho. The Naval Nuclear Laboratory also has an established presence at numerous shipyards and vendor locations around the globe. We are dedicated solely to the support of the United States Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program. The Naval Nuclear Laboratory is operated by Fluor Marine Propulsion, LLC, a wholly own a wholly owned subsidiary of Fluor Corporation.
The Fleet Simulator Training unit (FST) is responsible for the operations, maintenance, and training at all fleet simulators. The unit oversees naval training at thirteen Fleet Interactive Display Equipment (FIDE), and four Virtual IDEs from Yokosuka, Japan to Kings Bay, GA. FST is staffed with Resident Engineers each one responsible for one of more FIDE or VIDEs and a Platform Lead for each of the FIDE ship classes. FST is seeking a Platform Lead for a submarine class. Day to day responsibilities and duties include:
Operational support and maintenance of the Fleet Interactive Display Equipment (FIDE)
Maintaining configuration control of the FIDEs
Evaluation, installation, planning and oversight of Engineering Field Changes (EFC) installed in the FIDEs
Technical and operational liaison between FIDE end users and staff as well as Hardware and Software units
Determine and oversee all required testing of Discrepancy Report (DR) corrections for operating FIDE and prioritize DR corrections for future software builds
Develop and oversee test program for major EFCs
Oversee project management and tracking for installation of FIDE upgrades and major changes
Support FIDE evaluations at NNL remote locations
Issue annual reports as required by local manuals
Lead routine Configuration Control Review Committee (CCRC) meetings and issue report as CCRC Chairperson
Participate in or lead the annual IDE Best Practices meeting.
General responsibilities include performing engineering evaluations and analyses and making engineering decisions for all aspects of assigned tasks. Cognizant areas may include planning, designing, modeling, analyzing, documenting, and testing of nuclear, mechanical, structural or electrical components, systems and equipment and facilities. Work may include chemical or materials evaluations, design reviews, operations support, safety analysis, engineering methods and software development, and analysis of vendor's procedures and systems for quality control or manufacturing surveillance.
Required Combination of Knowledge and Skill
BS degree in engineering or Bachelor's degree in Engineering Technology from an accredited college or university and a minimum of nine years of relevant experience or; MS degree in engineering or Master's degree in a science related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of seven years of relevant experience or; Currently or previously Shift Supervisor Part II qualified or qualified SIT and three years as EOOW in the Nuclear Operations Program
Currently or previously qualified Engineering Watch Supervisor, or higher, on a Naval Nuclear Propulsion Plant.
Experience in IDE operations, IDE testing, I&C equipment testing, change control process, and configuration control.
Able to communicate with regulator verbally or in written format
Demonstrated experience in team building and providing work direction and leadership.
Experience successfully working with subcontractors and facility engineers.
Demonstrated ability to build consensus with colleagues across multiple locations.
Ability to provide verbal and written feedback to FIDE staff and Local Training Command supervision during audits at field locations.
Intermediate user of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Project
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or disability.
All candidates must be U.S. citizens. Applicants selected will be subject to a Federal background investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified matter. FMP is a government contractor and maintains a drug free workplace and workforce. All candidates must be able to pass a drug test in compliance with FMP company policy and 10 CFR 707. Federal regulation requires FMP test for marijuana. As a federal contractor, and consistent with Executive Order 14042, Fluor Marine Propulsion, LLC (FMP) may require all newly hired employees in the United States to be fully vaccinated by their start date, subject to approved disability or religious accommodations. We understand this federal requirement is subject to litigation and enforcement may change. Fluor Marine Propulsion is an Equal Opportunity Employer (Veterans/Disabilities) Committed to Workplace Diversity
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