Shipboard Systems - Subject Matter III - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (


  full-time   employee

Orange Park
United States


Shipboard Systems - Subject Matter III


Candidate will be required to develop engineering and technical documentation on marine equipment/systems in support of surface and/or amphibious landing watercraft. Have a basic understanding of US Navy Hull, Mechanical and Electrical Systems (HM&E), Electronics Systems, Combat Systems or marine systems with 10 years’ experience.

Analyzes product failures for root causes, proposes corrective actions, prepares failure and analysis report and maintains reliability control database on product success/failure history. Utilizes statistical methods such as linear regression and standard deviation to evaluate compliance with reliability numerical requirements. Participates in design reviews of new products and continues review of proposed changes affecting product baseline data. Prepares reliability section of technical proposals, including labor estimates and scheduling. Reviews preliminary reports and waivers, deviations and engineering change proposals for compliance with contractual requirements and presents to DCASMA-QARS for concurrence and transmittal.


Bachelor’s Degree in Manufacturing Engineering or Process Engineering or equivalent experience. 5 years related engineering experience.

  • Must be experienced and knowledgeable with; all facets of Integrated Support for shipboard Hull, Mechanical and Electrical Systems (HM&E), Electronics Systems, Combat Systems or marine systems.
  • Have the ability to read and interpret various ship drawings for HM&E Systems, Electronics Systems or Combat Systems.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite of programs required.
  • Current experienced in AutoCAD is a plus.
  • At least 4 years of Ship Repair experience or Shipboard experience in Naval Service.
  • Must have a working knowledge of NAVSEA Standard items, General Specs for Overhaul of Surface Ships and familiarity with Naval Ship Tech Manual.

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