Naval Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) develops and supports nuclear propulsion systems for U. S. Navy aircraft carriers and submarines. We design the world’s most advanced, safe, and reliable reactor plants. Electrical Engineers at NNL are engaged throughout their careers in the design, development, deployment, analysis, troubleshooting, and testing of electrical systems associated with shipboard instrumentation and control systems, power electronics, propulsion plant simulation and laboratory test facilities. This diversity in job opportunities provides NNL Electrical Engineers with challenging work assignments and a means to continue gaining technical skills and broadening their experience throughout their career. The successful candidate will work in the Power Technology unit within the New Design business area and will be required to perform the various tasks and duties outlined below for various Naval platforms. The duties include:
- Perform the design, analysis, and subsequent testing in the field of electrical engineering including, but not limited to, power electronics, controls, data acquisition, machinery, etc.
- Perform circuit and system design by manufacturing prototypes and integrating system hardware and software and perform qualification testing
- Procure equipment to support verification and validation of design and analysis efforts
- Team with other engineers to ensure integration of activities and plans
- Interface with internal and external organizations
- Write design documents, test procedures, and generate test reports
- Prepare project plans to accomplish assigned work
- Some travel may be required
REQUIRED SKILLS *
- BS degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years of relevant experience; or
- MS degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university and a minimum of one year of relevant experience
- BS degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university and a minimum of four years of relevant experience; or
- MS degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years of relevant experience
- Strong written communication skills with an ability to articulate technical ideas in a clear and concise manner.
- Strong interpersonal and verbal communication will be essential in the candidate’s ability to contribute effectively in a teaming environment.
- Experience in power electronics, power systems, and/or controls.
- Demonstrated leadership skills through previous work and/or academic experience.
- Demonstrated problem solving skills.
- Demonstrated effective interpersonal, teaming, and communication skills.
- Demonstrated can-do proactive approach that displays self-motivation, commitment, ownership, and personal accountability.
- Effective time and management skills.