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Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.
Newport News, VA
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Company Huntington Ingalls Industries


Jobid 2545621

Location: Newport News, VA, 23606, USA

Description **18906BR**

**Job Title:**


**Department/Cost Center:**

E25: Test Engineering

**External Job Description:**

Provides technical support to engineers on a variety of technical tasks. Gathers, maintains, formats, compiles, and manipulates technical data, such as laboratory or material test results and engineering design changes. Produces engineering documentation, reports, drawings (flow charts, block diagrams, and schematics). Performs detailed mathematical calculations using established formulas; preliminary analyses of data where guidelines are provided in such areas as trajectory adequacy, model dimensional consistency; and quantitative judgments concerning technical data. Uses personal computer in performance of analyses and development of documentation/reports. May conduct tests and record data to assist with engineering evaluation or analysis.

**Auto req ID:**


**Marketing Title:**

ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN 3 - Senior Submarine Safety Technician

**Basic Qualifications:**

AA or other 2 year technical degree in related discipline and 3 years of related experience.





**Clearance Type:**





Yes, 25% of the time

**Company Statement:**

Huntington Ingalls Industries is America’s largest military shipbuilding company and a provider of professional services to partners in government and industry. For more than a century, HII’s Newport News and Ingalls shipbuilding divisions in Virginia and Mississippi have built more ships in more ship classes than any other U.S. naval shipbuilder. HII’s Technical Solutions division provides a wide range of professional services through its Fleet Support, Integrated Missions Solutions, Nuclear and Environmental, and Oil and Gas groups. Headquartered in Newport News, Virginia, HII employs nearly 37,000 people operating both domestically and internationally.

**Relocation Assistance:**

No relocation assistance available

**Minimum Education:**

High School Diploma/GED


Newport News-Virginia-United States

**US Citizenship Required for this Position:**


**EEO Statement:**

Equal Opportunity Employer - Veterans/Disabled Welcome. U.S. citizenship required for most positions.

**Preferred Qualifications:**

Ship Safety Preferred Qualifications-Navy Submarine experience strongly preferred.

1. A minimum of six months experience as a Construction/Operations Supervisor, Production Supervisor, Test Engineer/Technician, Work Control Representative, or their equivalents in another shipyard while assigned to shipboard work on the class of submarine assigned, or hold a Navy qualification in submarines.

2. Thorough knowledge and understanding of Submarine 6010 Ship Safety and Submarine Watertight Integrity requirements.

3. Must have strong submarine ship system knowledge and ship system interrelationship understanding to be able to decipher work descriptions, tagouts and testing on work control documents in relation to making determinations as to their effect upon Ship Safety.

4. Be able to direct, manage and safely conduct all required Ship Safety evolutions in support of: maintaining ship conditions, High Risk Evolutions and the prevention and control of fire and flooding casualties while the submarine is waterborne, in dry dock, or during new construction.

5. Must be able to effectively communicate orally with both internal and external customers to include: Commanding Officer, Project Construction Management, Trades, Test Engineering, Design Engineering, SUPSHIPNN, and Ship’s Force.

6. Must have excellent writing skills in support of preparation of the Ship Plan of the Day, Ship Safety procedures, and both internal and external audit finding responses.

Work Control Preferred Qualifications

1. A minimum of 5 to 7 years of specialized experience to include education, training and experience gained through relevant US Naval Submarine Service, Submarine Shipbuilding, plus experience executing ships' production efforts in an industrial environment.

2. A working knowledge of the operation and testing of non-nuclear ship’s systems and related systems, interfaces with nuclear systems obtained in an industrial environment.

3. Thorough knowledge of Submarine 6010 Ship Safety, Submarine Watertight Integrity, Submarine Fly-By-Wire Ship Control System Certification Boundary Book, the Submarine Certification Boundary Book, Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual, and the Tag-Out User’s Manual.

4. Experience and detailed knowledge to schedule, develop, review, and revise as required the execution of Navy Work Authorization Forms (WAFs), work permits and safety tag-out documents and specifications to support efficient work execution.

5. Strong ability to determine work requirements and distinguish between SUBSAFE, non-SUBSAFE and Fly-By-Wire classifications and markings.

6. Must have effective communication and presentation skills.


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