Maritime EW Engineering Technician-Bath, Maine - Military veterans preferred



  full-time   employee

United States


SAIC is seeking an Maritime EW Engineering Technician to support the Maritime Electronic Warfare Program.


Responsibilities include:

  • Support for the Bath Aegis Test Team

  • Provide Engineering and Technical services for the AN/SLQ- 32, MK 53 Decoy system, and other EW Ancillary Systems. Tasking includes review of technical, supply documentation, and test equipment, monitoring and reporting on the progress of the industrial infrastructure portion of shipboard system installations for AN/SLQ-32(V), and installation of any other Electronic Warfare ancillary system for which NSWC Crane Maritime Electronic Warfare Division is the In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA). Responsible for providing documented assessment of the readiness and adequacy of the systems tested in preparation for at sea demonstrations.

  • Provide services and support in shipyard and during underway sea trial demonstrations using approved test procedures to determine the material condition of the systems and ensure systems are functioning in a technically acceptable manor within specified tolerance. Responsible for inspecting, validating, and documenting equipment/systems discrepancies via observation reports and trial cards.

  • Develop and support technical reviews of Preliminary Engineering Change Proposals (PECPs). Review/ensure the accuracy and completeness of Engineering Change Proposals prior to being submitted to the shipyard for scoping.

  • Collaborate with the SCN Combat System Engineer and Combat System Integration Manager to develop solutions to problems associated with interfacing SSQ-82 Mute with various radars identified by the shipbuilder during installation, and test phase of the ship construction.

  • Develop briefs in support of PMS337R for presentations during QPRs and working groups splinter sessions.

  • Maintain, monitor and review the Combat/C4I Work Item database used for planning work addressed by shipyard deficiencies to be accomplished during PDA/PSA availability.

  • Provide technical recommendations to correct shipyard deficiencies.

  • Serve as technical SME and onsite representative at Ingalls Shipyard for the AN/SLQ- 32(V), AN/SLA-10, MK 53 Decoy and Electronic Warfare ancillary systems.

  • Act as the liaison to the AEGIS and Coast Guard, ship- building programs for the AN/SLQ-32(V) and MK 53 Decoy systems, correspond with various shipyards, and program/project offices. 


Required Education and Experience

  • AA Degree and 9+ years’ experience or High School and 11+ years’ experience

  • US Citizen with the ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance.

  • Technician experience on EW Programs with support for shipyard construction and shipyard installations.

  • Background in Electronic Warfare as well as technical engineering and configuration management support in the functional areas of System Engineering, HM&E, and Production Control.

  • Knowledge in the area of sensors, decoys, radars, Post Delivery and Production issues, as well as a strong working knowledge of shipyard construction, and equipment installation and testing phases during ship construction.

Desired Experience:

  • Familiarity/past experience with the AEGIS, SLQ- 32, LHA 6, LHD 7 & 8, and DDG 1000 programs