Engineering Technician III

Company Name:
Sayres and Associates Corporation
Sayres and Associates Corporation is a dynamic, fast growing government contractor offering a broad spectrum of management, technical, and administrative services in the areas of Navy/Maritime Systems Acquisition Support, Integrated Warfare Programs/C4I, and Nuclear Engineering Programs. With our core competencies, including relationship-building, embracing teamwork, and engaging employees, Sayres continues to demonstrate outstanding performance with our customer-focused approach.
Perform engineering and technical analysis and support services in connection with HM&E; and combat systems tasks on surface combatants during construction and in-service maintenance periods including CSSOTs and PSAs. Ensure equipment tests are conducted IAW test procedures and/or work packages. Provide equipment status/problems with recommendations for solutions on improving the operation and maintenance of shipboard systems.
Required Experience/Skills
10 years of practical experience in the design, engineering, operation, testing and maintenance of combat systems (CS) or hull, mechanical or electrical (HM&E;) systems for US Navy surface ships. This experience may have been accumulated in a Naval Shipyard, a private shipyard performing maintenance or new construction work, or on active duty in the US Navy.
Experience drafting Naval Correspondence including briefs, data charts and technical reports.
Ability to obtain Secret security clearance.
Desired Experience/Skills
Specialized experience in the use, maintenance, or revision of Navy Planned Maintenance or equipment/system technical documentation.
Proficient in the use of Windows PC and Microsoft Office software.
Professional level written and verbal communication skills.
Date: 2014-03-31
Country: US
State: MS
City: Pascagoula
Postal Code: 39567

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