Looking for a challenging career in security engineering with a company that has excellent benefits, work/life balance, and job security? If so, you're in luck!
Work in an exciting, unique, and dynamic group responsible for protecting the Naval Reactor Program's people, data, and facilities by adhering to the following principles: Deter, Detect, Assess, Delay, Respond, and Neutralize. The Security Engineering group supports these important security principles by implementing, improving, and maintaining the standalone and networked engineered security systems used at all Program sites to Deter (e.g., posts, barrier systems), Detect (e.g., intrusion detection), Assess (e.g., cameras, analytics), Delay (e.g., fencing, biometrics), and Respond and Neutralize (e.g., communication systems).
The successful candidate will ensure engineered security systems at the Knolls and Kesselring sites are operational, properly maintained, and that high priority security system issues are expeditiously addressed, should they arise. This is accomplished by coordinating/following corrective and preventive maintenance performed by a security subcontractor or facility personnel, and/or by self-performance. Additional duties include the layout, installation, acceptance testing, and documenting (including configuration control) engineered security systems, as well as efforts to evaluate, recommend, and support installation of enhancements to advance the security posture, all while successfully collaborating with the security groups at the NY and other Program sites as part of the Security Department shared service.
This position requires an Naval Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) Service Contract Work Administrator (SCWA) qualification be obtained, electrical safety and lock out tag out (LOTO) qualifications, and experience using electrical test equipment. This position also requires demonstrated experience in the installation, troubleshooting, repair, and routine maintenance of engineered security systems (including IT-based security equipment). The SCWA is responsible for all work follow and development of respective technical specifications, cost estimating, and generating formal work packages. This position also requires work at both the Knolls and Kesselring sites and to be part of a backshift rotation shared with other Engineering Technologists.
In general, the Senior Engineering Technologist applies engineering theory and technical skills to support activities which may include planning, design, operations, construction and maintenance follow and inspection, shipment of materials, testing of components, systems, and equipment; surveillance of manufacturing and quality control practices, tasks associated with the control, accountability, and disposition of hazardous waste; tasks associated with environmental, safety and health with primary focus on safety, inspection/monitoring and technical training.
- BS degree in technical discipline from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years of relevant experience; or
- Associate's degree in technical discipline from an accredited college or university and a minimum of six years of relevant experience; or
- High School diploma and a minimum of ten years of relevant experience.
Demonstrated experience in the installation, troubleshooting, repair, and routine maintenance of engineered security systems, including IT-based (i.e., networked) equipment.
Electrical safety and LOTO qualifications, including the use of electrical test equipment.
Job Preferred Skills
NNL SCWA qualification.
Additional IT experience (e.g., networking, servers, connection topologies, etc.).
Excellent interpersonal and teaming skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.