The Engineering Technician will construct troubleshoots calibrates adjusts tests and maintains equipment components devices or systems. Perform calibration and alignment checks makes adjustments modifications and replacements as directed, prepares prescribed compounds and solutions. Perform a variety of duties in the electronic mechanical electromechanical or optical areas. Work from engineering drawings and written or verbal instructions.
Operates related equipment conducts tests and reports data in prescribed format. Exclude technicians working in Production or Quality Assurance. Knowledge of shipboard arrangements and machinery including fans pumps compressors turbines and generators to include various types of drives and methods of coupling.
Experience machinery vibration test methods and associated data acquisition equipment is required. Individual must be able to collect data organize and present vibration assessments. Vibration Institute Level II or higher qualification or equivalent experience is preferred.
- A minimum of 3-5 years of relevant technical experience at the Engineering Analyst or Technician level - Detailed working knowledge of technical issues in engineering. - Ability to apply competent knowledge of mathematics mechanics and/or materials and a working knowledge of the Navy’s programs standards materials and testing procedures. - The ability to communicate effectively with technical and non-technical personnel is necessary. Previous shipbuilding experience such as NGNN Apprenticeship is preferred. - Access a wide variety of work sites including those aboard ships under various stages of construction or overhaul including the use of vertical and inclined ladders and may involve limited kneeling stooping standing etc. - Obtain and retain specific security clearances as well as full or partial radiation worker qualifications.
• EDUCATION: Associates degree in a relevant discipline (Engineering Technology Design etc.) or the equivalent in education training and experience.