“Engineering Today’s Navy to Meet Tomorrow’s Challenges”
NAVFAC Washington, with headquarters on the historic Washington Navy Yard, manages the planning, design, and construction of all shore facilities for the Navy & U.S. Marine Corps in the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia, and Maryland and boasts more than $1 Billion in annual business volume. Approximately 1,600 military and civilian employees provide “cradle to grave” services to ensure all facilities, utilities, contracts, construction, and transportation needs are being met in support of the warfighter.
All positions include a robust benefits package that is second to none which includes: Health, Dental, Paid Time Off, Holidays, Tuition Assistance, and Alternate Work Schedules.
The Capital Improvements Business Line for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), Washington is seeking electrical engineers interested in becoming a part of their team to design, engineer, and manage the construction of facilities Navy installations throughout the NCR.
Duties & Responsibilities: · Assists in the design/review of energy/LEED/sustainability requirements and goals. · Supports various stages of the acquisition process. · Involved in commissioning and LEED certification process. · Prepares working drawings and specifications with an experience in AutoCAD. · Reviews/comments on plans and specifications for such facilities as hospitals, steam/power plants, R&D facilities, office buildings, barracks, hangars, labs, universities, and other sophisticated projects. · Works with design team contractor or in-house staff to coordinate the project. · Serves as a technical consultant and provides field visits/inspections during construction. · Identifies high-risk projects and overseeing/approval of UPS, Standby Generators, Switchgear, interior and exterior electrical power distribution. · Reviews/evaluates operation manuals, equipment warranties, and material certifications submitted by the contractor.
Minimum Qualifications: · BS degree in Electrical Engineering or higher education required. · 3+ years of experience in facilities electrical engineering. · P.E. license for GS-13 level required. · Highly trained and experienced electrical engineer in facilities construction.
Miscellaneous Notes: · Candidates must be able to receive and hold a Secret clearance prior to their start date, however, a clearance is NOT required to be considered for this position. · This is a full-time federal government position, NOT a contractor. · All positions include the government's competitive salaries and robust benefits package, job security, training, and the knowledge your efforts will directly support our nation’s warfighters, civilian employees, and military families. · Detailed information about the federal employee benefit plans: http://bit.ly/FedEmpBenefits. · View our brochure with more information about the command here: http://bit.ly/NAVFACBrochure.asdf