Hull Systems Engineer
Hull Systems Engineer- Competitive Salary - Washington, DCThe RoleCardinal Engineering is seeking a Hull Systems Engineer to support the NAVSEA 05V1 Carrier Engineering Team (CET) on In-Service and New Construction Aircraft Carrier Programs.The Hull Systems Engineer is tasked to provide support to the Ship Design Managers (SDMs) and Platform System Engineering Manager (SEM). Areas of responsibility include hull structure and appendages, superstructure and masts, tanks and voids, damage control systems, general arrangements, outfitting, preservation and corrosion control, insulation and deck coverings, welding and non-destructive test (NDT), weight and moment management, shock hardening, survivability and topside arrangement.Key Responsibilities:The key responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:Provide technical expertise directing naval architecture projects on major programs of National importanceLiaison with Program Office, NAVSEA Technical Authorities, Type Commanders (TYCOM), Supervisor of Shipbuilding Newport News (SUPSHIPNN), Participating Acquisition Resource Managers (PARMs), Shipyards, and Warfare CentersReview and assess risk for Shock Deficiency Correction Plans (SDCPs)Develop design of ships (hull form, structural strength, stability, weight, speed, ship motion, trim, seaworthiness, and power and endurance)Determine the size, shape, and location of shipboard compartments, battle stations, and related accesses or passageways between decksSupport Platform SEM in managing, planning and directing the design development, systems integration and shipbuilder product review of modifications and/or repairs in the Platform area.Coordinate and integrate system solutions, identify alternatives, assess and invoke system requirements, and ensure requirements are adhered to during planning and execution of AWPs and/or new construction effortsPrepare/review specifications for the construction, conversion, maintenance and repair of ships.Review Installation Control Drawings (ICDs) and Ship Installation Drawings (SIDs) for platform system SWLINsParticipate in ship checksKey Skills and Qualities:The key skills and qualities required for this position are:Have several years of hands-on analytical, technical and structural engineering experience with US Navy ships and programsB.S. degree required advanced degree desired in Engineering, Naval Architecture or other technical discipline.Position is on-site at the Washington Navy Yard and some travel will be required in execution of assigned duties.Candidate must hold or be able to obtain a US DoD SECRET level security clearance.Must be a US CitizenThe CompanyCardinal Engineering is a small business founded in 2010, but our roots are much deeper. With many of us having worked together for decades, whether as co-workers, business partners, or on both sides of government-industry teams, we represent the nation's corporate history on a number of programs and engineering specialties.Cardinal Engineering provides world-class marine engineering services to the US Navy, industry partners, and other US government agencies. Our core technical capabilities include structures, survivability, power and energy systems, hydrodynamics, signal processing, digital engineering, system and software development, and rapid prototyping. If you are keen on joining this exciting, forward thinking company and taking the next step in your career, then please click the apply now button to find out more.