Are you a Project Engineer with a BS in Engineering and at least 5+ years of experience in marine vessels / shipbuilding or aerospace? This could be the role you're looking for!
This position is full-time, direct hire and based onsite in Marinette, WI.
*Shipbuilding experience is ideal, but similar industries such as aerospace are desirable.
WHAT YOU'LL DO:
The Project Engineer will help lead matrixed support and collaborate closely with Functional Engineering and the Design team, as well as subcontractors and other team members.
Key Duties & Responsibilities Include:
Develop project schedules, review proposed changes, develop technical solutions, and correctly estimate time and effort levels (both hours and material) associated with new projects and changes.
Upon authorization for implementation, ensure tasks are embedded in the Engineering Department's integrated schedule. Create updates to status implementation, and drive projects to completion.
Act as Engineering's representative in the preparation of responses to commercial or government Request For Proposals (RFPs).
Notify the Manager of Project Engineering of delays and complications to project plan execution, proposing potential solutions in order to recover schedule and budget.
Attend and potentially lead “as required” meetings to:
Generate resolution of obstacles. Meeting participants include a range of shipyard functions such as Program Management, Production, Project Engineering, individual engineers, or other internal and external Engineering customers.
Provide status and assist in assigned project completion.
Facilitate execution of the project's Shock Management Plan (plan incorporates the ship shock hardening process, establishes requirements and methods for an overall resistance to underwater explosions and environmental mechanical shock).
Facilitate execution of the respective project's mechanical vibration requirements for the ship and it's components to assure design will be free from excessive vibration.
Implement shock and vibration design criteria for marine applications as defined in government specifications:
MIL-S-901D – SHOCK TESTS, H.I. (HIGH-IMPACT) SHIPBOARD MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND SYSTEMS, REQUIREMENTS FOR
MIL-DTL-901E – DETAIL SPECIFICATION SHOCK TESTS, H.I. (HIGH-IMPACT) SHIPBOARD MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND SYSTEMS, REQUIREMENTS FOR
T9070-AJ-DPC-120/3010 – NAVSEA DESIGN PRACTICES AND CRITERIA MANUAL SHOCK DESIGN CRITERIA FOR SURFACE SHIPS
MIL-STD-167 — MILITARY STANDARD MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS OF SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT
Facilitate meetings between internal and external customers to discuss upcoming Shock/EQ qualification events (i.e — procedure and test report peer reviews, tests, extensions, and simulations).
Audit and confirm subcontractor/vendor Shock/EQ deliverables to ensure they conform in accordance with contractual requirements.
Strong time management, complex problem solving, and dispute resolution skills are key, as well as the ability to professionally and formally (via written correspondence) communicate.
Monitor, maintain and enforce existing department policies and procedures, as well as develop said procedures as they are required to support new contract project requirements.
Must have the ability to maintain confidentiality.
This role includes Supervisory responsibilities, which include indirectly supervising assigned (matrixed) engineering resources responsible for project completion.
This may include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Additional Competencies: (SPARC)
People oriented, determined to assist where able
Accountability and Ownership: Demonstrate a sense of urgency, ownership in your role
Respect peoples differences and be open to differing opinions and beliefs
Continue to improve your current role and help develop the role for the future based on lean management
WHAT YOU'LL BRING:
A B.S. in any Engineering discipline OR a High School diploma and at least 10+ years of directly applicable Project Engineering or Project Management experience in the shipbuilding industry.
At least 5+ years of directly applicable Project Engineering or Project Management experience.
Experience planning and implementing projects with groups of up to 10 people is desired.
Familiarity with the engineering and design process of marine vessels is desired.
Familiarity with typical Regulatory Body Requirements associated with the shipbuilding industry (i.e. ABS, 46 CFR, IEEE, and The US Coast Guard) is desired.
Must be eligible for a U.S. Security Clearance. This role requires U.S. citizenship.
This role offers excellent benefits including great healthcare (premiums have not increase in 4 years!), onsite clinics, nearsite urgent care and physical therapy (only $10 copay), covered short and long-term disability, great vacation policy, and up to 6% 401k match, among others!
Apply Now and move your career forward with a great team and continually growing leader! Questions? Contact Becky Hines directly at Becky@CarexEngineering.com
Carex Consulting Group is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.