Electrical Engineer II

Job Description:
Fincantieri Marinette Marine, a Fincantieri Marine Group Company, is a progressive shipyard specializing in building ships for the United States Navy.
We currently have an opportunity for a Functional Electrical Engineer II at our Stevensville, Maryland location.
POSITION SUMMARY The Electrical Systems Engineer II purpose is to solve technical problems, develop applicable documentation, and supervise all assigned resources to support the assigned projects.
The Electrical Systems Engineer II assists the Functional Electrical Engineering Supervisor and Project Engineer(s) in determining the technical requirements of the project, defining resource requirements to achieve schedule and budget commitments, and solving technical issues as they arise within the field of competence.
The Electrical Systems Engineer II is able to conceptualize the control and power architecture of complex systems and subsystems for motor drives, power converters, and uninterruptible power supplies ranging from several horsepower to multi-megawatts.
This position offers an opportunity to develop some of the world's most highly power dense solutions, the ability to work on multiple unique applications, the ability to provide technical oversight and guidance over multiple programs, and the opportunity to mentor upcoming engineers.
Other duties may be assigned.
Work independently in solving technical issues Plan, estimate, schedule and monitor assigned work and the work of assigned resources Track and report progress to budget and schedule commitments Supervise assigned resources Facilitate communications of issues and solutions throughout FMM Prepare, check and issue professional quality deliverables Interpret contract requirements Develop contract change documents to support the project needs May be required to define, track and control subcontractor activities Abide by and enforce all organizational policies and procedures.
Support development and use of a requirements traceability matrix (RTM) to drive system design efforts.
Support conceptual development of architectures for complex systems and subsystems relating to power electronics, drives and uninterruptible power supplies.
Create the technical documentation and budget estimates for bid and proposals.
Generate system level documentation.
Provide guidance and direction to less experienced system and design engineers.
Provide technical leadership on medium projects, able to identify and delegate tasks to an engineering team.
Utilize experience to support critical design reviews, providing insight at a system as well as a component level.
Work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The Electrical Systems Engineer II may directly supervises 2 to 8 employees.
Supervisory responsibilities are carried out in accordance with the Company's policies, procedures, and applicable laws.
Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
The Electrical Systems Engineer II also demonstrates leadership skills that align with the mission, vision, and values of the Company QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Bachelor's Degree in the field of Electrical Engineering, System Engineering or equivalent technical field required and a minimum of 4 years of detailed design experience with digital, analog and power conversion applications required.
This requirement can also be met with an Associate's Degree in Electrical Engineering, System Engineering or equivalent technical field and 6 years of experience of increasing responsibility in the engineering field of competence, or a High School Diploma or GED and 7 years of experience of increasing responsibility in the engineering field of competence.
Supervisory experience desired.
SKILLS Must have technological skills proven by verifiable and specific work experience, technical publication, or patent issue.
Must have a working knowledge of standard shipbuilding rules and regulations, as well as the associated regulatory agencies and the review & approval process.
Must have current computer skills relevant to the field of competence.
Proficiency with DOORS for requirements development and management Strong verbal and written communication Able to effectively multi-task and handle changing work assignments, schedules, and priorities.
Military design experience is desired.
United States citizenship required.
Ability to obtain and maintain a Confidential Security

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