General Dynamics - Bath Iron Works

Instructor III Engineering

US-ME-Bath
Req ID
2017-1320
Remaining Positions
1
Post End Date
10/31/2017
Category
Engineering
Salary Grade
D

Job Description

The successful candidate will be responsible for providing Navy crews with hull specific Training and/or Familiarization/Indoctrination in both the formal classroom and shipboard hands-on environment, in support to the following ship classes: DDG 1000 and DDG 51. Primary areas of instruction will include, but are not limited to: operation, maintenance and doctrinal application of electrical (primary) and propulsion/auxiliary and systems. In addition, the candidate will serve as a training and Fam/Indoc program's electrical subject matter expert and will further play a major role in evaluating the material condition and training readiness of Bath built ships in preparation for Lighting-Off-Assessments (LOA's) and crew certification.
Specific responsibilities include:
> Develop, update and teach curriculum in a formal classroom setting, to include PowerPoint and Interactive Multi Media (IMI) material.
> Support Manufacturing personnel in the execution of shipboard hands-on indoctrination.
> Serve as a counterpart to PRE-COM crew Engineering Department personnel, providing guidance and assistance as required to influence the successful transition of ship and crew into the operational fleet.
> Observe, assess and train ships personnel in the conduct of practical hands-on application of standard Navy documentation, programs and doctrine: i.e. EOP, EOSS, EOCC, SDOSS, PMS, MSFD, Electrical Safety, etc.
> Assist in training the ships DCTT and ETT.

Required/Preferred Education/Training

Minimum high school or GED required. Associates or Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering or equivalent combination of education and experience preferred.

Required/Preferred Experience

Instructor III Engineering
> Minimum 5 years’ experience in active duty surface Navy, or equivalent experience, in ship operational testing, operation and maintenance of ship's propulsion systems and equipment.
> Two (2) years prior Navy instructor experience or an equivalent level of experience teaching both in the formal classroom and hands-on environment (designated Navy Master Training Specialist is a plus)
> Significant practical, theoretical and doctrinal experience in surface ship engineering, preferably gas turbine ships, with the level of experience which would be gained from previous US Navy enlisted sea tours (GSE).
> Two (2) years LCS and/or DDG 51 Class experience; DDG 1000 experience a plus
> Proven leadership skills
> Computer skills: MS Office at a minimum

Sr. Instructor Engineering
> Minimum 10+ years experience in active duty surface Navy or equivalent in ship operational testing, operation and maintenance of ship's propulsion systems and equipment.
> Three (3) years prior Navy instructor experience or an equivalent level of experience teaching both in the formal classroom and hands-on environment (designated Navy Master Training Specialist a plus)
> Significant practical, theoretical and doctrinal experience in Gas Turbine ship engineering, preferably that level of experience which would be gained from previous US Navy senior enlisted sea tours (GSE), or engineering LDO/ Warrant a plus.
> Three (3) years DDG 51 class experience; DDG 1000 Class experience a plus
> Proven leadership skills
> Computer skills: MS Office at a minimum

 

The candidate will be required to travel on reasonable notice to support BIW ships at PRE-COM crew detachment sites (Norfolk, San Diego). Travel away from home would be typically limited to three (3) week duration, eight (8) to twelve (12) weeks per year.

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