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Engineering Officer

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Company: U.S. Navy

Location: Columbia, SC

Date Posted: June 3, 2014

Source: U.S. Navy

The Navy designs and operates some of the most advanced ships, submarines, aircraft and equipment on earth. It develops and utilizes some of the most state-of-the-art weapons and communications systems in existence. And it plans and builds a broad range of structures required to perform its missions around the world. Critical to these endeavors is the role of Naval Engineering and the management responsibilities of Naval Engineers. They serve as the technical leaders of the Navy and focus on any of a variety of specific engineering disciplines.

Engineering Focus Areas:
Currently, there's demand for engineers in the following areas:Engineering (General) – Engineering Duty Officers (EDOs) apply their expertise to the development of ships and integrated warfare systems. Major functional areas include research and development (R&D), ships and ship systems engineering, electronic systems engineering and combat/weapons systems engineering. Civil Engineering – Officers in the Navy Civil Engineering Corps (CEC) head up vital Navy projects worldwide (including building runways, ports, bases and more) – and manage everything from construction plans to construction teams. Cyber Warfare Engineering – Cyber Warfare Engineering (CWE) Officers apply principles and techniques of computer science and computer engineering to research, design, develop, test and evaluate software and firmware for computer network attack, exploitation and defense in Cyberspace Operations. Aerospace Engineering – Aerospace Engineering Duty Officers (AEDOs) provide professional management and technical direction in the entire air weapon system acquisition process: the design, development, testing, procurement, engineering, production and logistic support of Naval aircraft, spacecraft and weapons. Aviation Maintenance – Aviation Maintenance Duty Officers (AMDOs) develop, establish and implement maintenance and material management policies and procedures to support naval aircraft, airborne weapons, attendant systems and related support equipment Fleet-wide.

Key Opportunities:
Positions include opportunities to work both at sea and ashore, and both at home and abroad. Assignments could involve working on-site at Naval shipyards; serving on board surface ships or submarines; or reporting to Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) in Washington, D.C., or the Space and Naval ...

The Navy designs and operates some of the most advanced ships, submarines, aircraft and equipment on earth. It develops and utilizes some of the most state-of-the-art weapons and communications systems in existence. And it plans and builds a broad range of structures required to perform its missions around the world. Critical to these endeavors is the role of Naval Engineering and the management responsibilities of Naval Engineers. They serve as the technical leaders of the Navy and focus on any of a variety of specific engineering disciplines.

Engineering Focus Areas:
Currently, there's demand for engineers in the following areas:Engineering (General) – Engineering Duty Officers (EDOs) apply their expertise to the development of ships and integrated warfare systems. Major functional areas include research and development (R&D), ships and ship systems engineering, electronic systems engineering and combat/weapons systems engineering. Civil Engineering – Officers in the Navy Civil Engineering Corps (CEC) head up vital Navy projects worldwide (including building runways, ports, bases and more) – and manage everything from construction plans to construction teams. Cyber Warfare Engineering – Cyber Warfare Engineering (CWE) Officers apply principles and techniques of computer science and computer engineering to research, design, develop, test and evaluate software and firmware for computer network attack, exploitation and defense in Cyberspace Operations. Aerospace Engineering – Aerospace Engineering Duty Officers (AEDOs) provide professional management and technical direction in the entire air weapon system acquisition process: the design, development, testing, procurement, engineering, production and logistic support of Naval aircraft, spacecraft and weapons. Aviation Maintenance – Aviation Maintenance Duty Officers (AMDOs) develop, establish and implement maintenance and material management policies and procedures to support naval aircraft, airborne weapons, attendant systems and related support equipment Fleet-wide.

Key Opportunities:
Positions include opportunities to work both at sea and ashore, and both at home and abroad. Assignments could involve working on-site at Naval shipyards; serving on board surface ships or submarines; or reporting to Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) in Washington, D.C., or the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) in San Diego, Calif. Whatever the location, you can: Expand knowledge working with highly classified, cutting-edge technology and top industry experts – both military and civilian Further expertise via hands-on experience and Navy-funded advanced training (postgraduate level) Manage key departments of skilled personnel and billions of dollars in equipment and technology Earn competitive pay and benefits (this includes tax-free allowances for housing and meals, comprehensive medical/dental coverage, retirement benefits, 30 days' vacation with pay earned every year, and low-cost travel opportunities) If applying as a college student: There are programs that can provide generous financial assistance while finishing school with a Navy career waiting upon graduation. Learn more about education opportunities in the Navy.Qualifications and

Requirements:
Candidates must satisfy the following criteria to be eligible for employment consideration.U.S. citizenship:

Required Education:
Graduate or student of an accredited college or university in the United States or in a United States territory pursuing a BA, BS or MS (preferably majoring in mathematics, engineering, physics, chemistry or other technical areas)

Gender:
Male or female

Age:
19 to 40 (qualified candidates over 40 will be considered on a case-by-case basis) Medical exam: Required Physical fitness test: Required Learn more about engineering opportunities in America’s Navy. United States Navy Request More Info

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