System One Marine Electrical Engineer - REMOTE in Detroit, Michigan
System One is actively recruiting for several Marine Electrical Engineer(s) for long-term contract positions working fully remote.
Marine Electrical Engineer Responsibilities:
Responsible for complex design calculations and drawing development for the construction, maintenance, and repair of maritime vessels and shipboard systems including structural, propulsion, electrical, and hydraulic mechanics.
Ensuring vessel design is in compliance with relevant regulatory authorities, specifications and customer requirements.
Responsible for the technical management of design and analyses projects from concept to completion.
Reviews drawings for compliance, accuracy, and ease of production.
Liaise with production and provide technical support during construction.
Directs engineers, designers and drafters, engineering consultants, and/or vendors in the development of vessel design information.
Works with production and project teams to successfully implement vessel and vessel component designs.
Facilitates training, mentoring, and developing other engineers.
Provides work leadership and direction to other engineers.
Complies with employee handbook general guidelines, company procedures and policies.
Marine Electrical Engineer Qualifications:
2 to 8 years of relevant engineering experience in the manufacturing, construction (or similar) industry, shipbuilding industry strongly preferred.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Possesses strong leadership skills, Ability to help grow company culture.
Understanding of scheduling and an ability to adhere to strict deadlines.
Experienced in interacting with Production, multiple design teams from several companies, customer representatives and equipment manufacturers.
Proficient in the use of AutoCAD, and MS Office product.
Experienced in Steel and Aluminum Ship Construction.
Knowledge and application of modular construction methods.
Strong working knowledge of Maritime Regulatory Authorities (i.e. ABS, NAVSEA, MIL, USCG, IMO, etc.).
Demonstrated experience in the design and construction of US Navy vessels.
Strong working knowledge of shock design.
Strong working knowledge of FEA methods, experience with FEMAP / NASTRAN a plus.
Strong working knowledge of composite shafting.
Electrical Engineer Specific Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or related engineering degree
Thorough knowledge of power distribution, motor controllers, variable frequency drives, lighting systems, and communication systems
Experience with managing Electric Plant Load Analysis, Short Circuit Analysis, Voltage Drop, and Breaker Coordination Studies
Thorough knowledge of IEEE standards, ABS rules, IEC standards, SOLAS, Military Specifications, and/or NEC
All candidates must meet basic employment eligibility guidelines:
The ability to obtain and maintain a DoD clearance may be required if deemed necessary in the scope of your position responsibilities.
18 years or older at time of application
Able to provide proof of US Person status (permanent resident or citizen)
No felony convictions of theft/deception or violent crimes within seven years from disposition date
No felony convictions of drug crimes within three years from disposition date
Willing to submit to a drug screen
Willing to submit to a background check
Project Location: Fully Remote
Contract Duration: 2-Years (Anticipated)
System One, and its subsidiaries including Joulé, ALTA IT Services, CM Access, TPGS, and MOUNTAIN, LTD., are leaders in delivering workforce solutions and integrated services across North America. We help clients get work done more efficiently and economically, without compromising quality. System One not only serves as a valued partner for our clients, but we offer eligible full-time employees health and welfare benefits coverage options including medical, dental, vision, spending accounts, life insurance, voluntary plans, as well as participation in a 401(k) plan.
System One is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, family care or medical leave status, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.