Our culture is important to us and is reflected in the work we do, the relationships we have, and the communities we serve.
Do you believe in serving the community where you live and work? Are you looking to be challenged? Do you want to work with other talented people to tackle national and global challenges? If so, we are always looking for good candidates across all technical disciplines, including the following:
Hull, Mechanical & Electrical (HM&E) Systems Engineer
Provides HM&E systems engineering support to our U.S. Navy ship and submarine programs. B.S. degree in Engineering is required (advanced degree desired). Specific knowledge of and experience with shipboard machinery systems, auxiliary systems, thermal management techniques and survivability preferred. Candidate must hold a DOD SECRET level security clearance.
Electrical / Power Systems Engineer
Provides electrical and power system engineering support to our U.S. Navy ship and submarine programs. B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering is required (advanced degree desired). Specific knowledge of and experience with shipboard electrical power systems, instrumentation and control, power electronics, power quality, power system testing, and energy storage systems preferred. Familiarity with MIL-STD 1399-680/300B a plus. Candidate must hold a DOD SECRET level security clearance.
Structural Engineer with experience in Finite Element Analysis to perform shock analysis on ship hull systems and electromechanical systems and components for U.S. Navy combatants. Experience using FEMAP pre- and post-processing software is highly desired, as is experience developing and implementing customized software to automate optimized design solutions. Experience with Dynamic Design Analysis Method (DDAM) is a plus. B.S. degree is required (advanced degree desired) in Engineering, Naval Architecture or a related technical discipline. Candidate must hold a DOD SECRET level security clearance.
Mechanical / Marine Engineer
Provides mechanical and/or marine engineering support to U.S. Navy ship & submarine programs and U.S. DOE marine energy programs. B.S. degree is required (advanced degree desired) in Engineering, Naval Architecture or a related technical discipline. Ship design and Research, Development, Test & Evaluation experience is desired. A broad spectrum of specialized marine engineering disciplines are sought, including: power generation, conditioning and distribution; acoustic and non-acoustic signature assessment and control; fluid mechanics; metallic and non-metallic materials design; reliability; and test and evaluation. For some positions, candidate must hold a DOD SECRET level security clearance.
Ocean Energy Engineer / Scientist
Provides support to our Department of Energy business area. Bachelor’s degree in Marine Science or Engineering required and an advanced degree in Engineering or other technical discipline is desired. Experience directly supporting government customers and informing and technical and policy decisions related to managing a diverse Research, Development, Test and Evaluation portfolio desired. Must have excellent writing and communication skills.