Typical responsibilities include: application of RCM methodologies, analysis of repetitive HVAC equipment failures, estimation of maintenance costs and evaluation of alternatives, assessing the needs for equipment replacements and establish replacement programs when due, assessing required maintenance tools and skills required for efficient maintenance of equipment, review of designs for maintainability. Independently prepares (or directs others in the preparation of) criteria, computation/analyses, specifications, cost estimates, and technical reports in the specific area of HVAC technical expertise. Selects and applies engineering techniques and procedures to analyze and evaluate specific problem, data, or other features of the work which are broad in scope and complexity. Reviews and evaluates the quantity, quality, and overall adequacy of results and conclusions drawn from accomplishment of engineering tasks.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Mechanical Engineer with concentration in HVAC and refrigeration systems. HVAC Maintenance and Reliability Mechanical Engineer with a focus on maintenance and reliability.
US Citizenship required. We prefer a BS degree from an accredited engineering school and five (5) to eight (8) years of related engineering experience, or a MS degree and four (4) to six (6) years of related engineering experience, or Ph.D. school and zero (0) to three (3) years of related experience. Professional Engineering license a plus.
Certifications in Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional (CMRP) from the SMRP organization or Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) from the Association of Asset Management Professionals organization desired.
Knowledge and experience preferred in mechanical Predictive Maintenance (PdM) technologies in a proactive maintenance environment, to include vibration and tribology technologies.
Submarine mission operations environment – May be exposed to areas of high noise levels, local/isolated hazards, hazardous materials and chemicals, and active, dormant and in-process of build-up industrial facilities (50%).
Office environment – (40%)
Travel between various facilities and during submarine mission operations required and may bring exposure to loud noise and potentially hazardous equipment operations (10%)
Visual and physical (hands on) contact of test related systems, hardware and articles.
Must be able to walk, stand, bend, twist and sit for extended periods as well as climb, crawl, and lift up to 35 lbs).Ability to distinguish basic colors.
Corrected vision and hearing at all times.
Equipment and Machines:
Standard office equipment (PC, MS Office Suite or equivalent, telephone, fax, etc).
Safety and personal protective equipment.
Drive a car (defensive driving training provided).
Regular attendance mandatory (100%).
Occasional overtime/work outside normal schedule may be required (<20%).
Other Essential Functions:
U. S. citizenship is required. Valid driver's license is required. Must be able to work in a team atmosphere. Must put forward a professional behavior that enhances productivity and promotes teamwork and cooperation. Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk/hazard to the employee or others. Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance as required. KBBOS employees will exercise diligence when developing a Safe Plan of Action (SPA) for each task performed. (The SPA is a Company provided tool to be used for the prevention of incidents, accidents and injuries.)