Naval Architect Position, Us Coast Guard

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  1. CDBarry
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    NAVAL ARCHITECT: GS-0871-12
    Code: 024 BCN: P072688
    Announcement # :CG-04-0792-NEJF
    Opens: 03/17/04
    Closes: 04/17/04

    http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/ge...&cy=&brd=3876&lid=17794&fn=&q=naval architect

    This position is located in the Engineering Logistics Center where feasibility, preliminary, contract and detailed design specifications and plans are prepared and/or reviewed for new construction and modifications to existing Coast Guard (CG) vessels. The incumbent has responsibility for all aspects of naval architecture of Response Boat Medium (RB-M) including: hydrodynamics, seakeeping maneuvering, stability, resistance, propulsion and structure. The incumbent analyzes total boat structure and structural components; and reviews plans and specifications developed by the contractors. Specific duties include: identifies and resolves issues of project scope, cost, resources, etc; writes management plans, instructions and task assignments to ensure that plans, programs, budgets, and schedules are properly integrated and time-phased; serves as a mentor and provides guidance to entry-level engineers; and participates in planning conferences with supervisory and project coordinator engineers to provide necessary information pertaining to the specialty area.

    Note: To apply for this job go to the URL indicated and apply on line or apply by mail as directed at the URL.
     
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