NNL personnel focus on the delivery of advanced, safe and reliable nuclear reactor propulsion systems for the US Navy submarine and aircraft carrier fleet. Electrical and Computer Engineers at the laboratory are engaged throughout their career in the design, development, deployment, analysis, troubleshooting and testing of electrical systems associated with shipboard instrumentation and control systems, power electronics, propulsion plant simulation, laboratory test facilities and site electrical infrastructure. This diversity in job positions provides NNL Electrical and Computer Engineers with challenging work and a means to continue gaining technical skills and broadening their experience throughout their career.
The successful candidate will work in the Los Angeles Class Instrumentation and Controls Unit of NNL and will play an integral role in the design, testing, deployment and support of critical Instrumentation and Control (I&C) systems and components used for shipboard reactor plants. These I&C systems perform reactor protection and control safety critical functions, demanding the highest degree of quality and reliability. Typical roles and responsibilities include:
BS degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering
BS degree in another Engineering discipline with equivalent Electrical experience from an accredited college or university
BS degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering and a minimum of two years relevant experience
BS degree in another Engineering discipline with equivalent Electrical experience from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years relevant experience
MS degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering or other Engineering discipline with equivalent Electrical experience from an accredited college or university
Specific course work and/or experience in one of the following areas:
Additional Required Skills:
Job Preferred Skills
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