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    You will serve as an Engineer (Naval Architect) in the Submarine Design Management Branch, Naval Architecture & Engineering Division, Naval Architecture & Engineering Department of CARDEROCK DIV NS. The duty station for this position is the Washington Navy Yard in DC.

    This position is equivalent to the GS-14/15 grade levels.

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    • You will serve as the Ship Design Manager (SDM) for SEA DRAGON, supporting SEA 05U5
    • You will direct the assessment of high-risk high-value technical issues to determine the range of acceptable solutions and thresholds for submarines and submersible systems
    • You will serve as a National-level senior technical expert who directs the application of systems design engineering and naval architecture practices on new and existing U.S. Navy programs and major modernizations
    • You will assess the stability and safety of submarines/submersibles, control systems, hull systems, electrical systems, mechanical systems, propulsion systems, safety systems, and personnel support systems
    • You will direct and manage engineering and naval architecture support to programs/projects under the Program Executive Officer, Submarines (PEO-SUBS) for New Acquisition, Advanced Undersea Systems
    • You will direct the formulation and execution of systems engineering functions on major engineering development programs or projects
    • You will speak on behalf of the Navy in assigned areas of design systems engineering and naval architecture
    • You will prepare and review specifications for design, construction, conversion, maintenance and repair of submarines and submersibles

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0871 Naval Architecture

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