AECOM Naval Architect - SWRMC in San Diego, California
Business Line Government
Position Title Naval Architect - SWRMC
United States of America - California
AECOM is actively seeking a mid-level Naval architect to work in Code 241 at SWRMC. The position is located at SWRMC in San Diego, CA.
Investigate complex and diverse engineering problems presented in IDRs, TAAS AWRs, and CFRs.
Perform ship checks and provide detailed reports documenting structural issues and recommended repairs.
Perform engineering analytical tasks to identify and correct system deficiencies and provide technical solutions in the form of drawings, memoranda, reports and sketches.
Support Project Support Engineer and Coordinator for handling all technical issues that arise.
Interface with project personnel on all matters pertaining to program management, administration, and work assignments for this program.
Perform complex engineering calculations for design development and to calculate strength, vibration behavior, and safety of modifications and/or repairs to the ship.
Prepare layout and detail drawings and sketches for varied and complex design projects, such as SHIPALTs and repairs.
Interface with CHENG and Deputy CHENG to address ship non-conformances, assess risk, and provide recommendations for new and existing ship structural and material DFSs.
Assist reviewing production contractor Work Items, access cut plans, design calculations, and other structural engineering related documents for accuracy and technical acceptability.
Coordinate with other engineering personnel, production and maintenance team, ships force, NAVSEA, ISEAs, NSWCs, RMCs, and others as required to develop solutions for naval architecture related issues.
Review SARs, design technical products, and deliverables with supporting estimates for final review by Government in support of the accomplishment of SHIPALTs.
Interface with cognizant executing activity and planning yard representatives on final design products for technical accuracy and conformance to NAVSEA requirements prior to final acceptance by the Government.
Bachelors Degree in Engineering (marine, mechanical, naval architecture, ocean, or similar) and at least six years technical experience beyond college (counts for four years of technical experience).
Excellent communication and analytical skills; working knowledge of computer systems and integrated software application programs.
Some positions may require the ability to investigate, troubleshoot, design solutions to problems in ships structures.
Position may require travel.
Position requires the ability to pass and maintain a Security Clearance, which requires U.S. citizenship
Ideal candidate has experience providing engineering services to U.S. Navy or in shipyards.
What We Offer
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Job Category Engineering
Country United States of America
Position Status Full-Time
Requisition/Vacancy No. 164364BR