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Electrical Control Engineering Supervisor - NFAC - 2270

Moffett Field, CA · Government/Military
Title: Electrical Control Engineering Supervisor  – 2270
Function: Engineering
Position Type: Regular, Full-Time                                                       
Pay Type: Exempt
Grade: 35-38

US Citizenship Required

This opportunity is being offered by National Aerospace Solutions, LLC, the team selected by the U.S. Air Force to conduct Test Operations and Sustainment at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC), National Full‐scale Aerodynamics Complex (NFAC) at Moffett Field, CA. The NFAC provides the United States with the capability of performing ground‐based aerodynamic and acoustic experiments at speeds from static to nearly 350 mph on large‐scale and full‐scale aerospace vehicles and components. This complex includes a 40‐ by 80‐foot wind tunnel and an 80‐ by 120‐foot wind tunnel.
 
AEDC’s mission is to conduct developmental test and evaluation for the Nation through modeling, simulation, ground test and flight test. Execution of the mission requires a large team of highly qualified and dedicated professionals from multiple technical disciplines to effectively accomplish the objectives of our test customers.

An exciting career opportunity exists for an experienced engineering supervisor supporting aerodynamic experiments in the largest wind tunnel in the world.
 
Job Summary
 
This position is a combination supervisor and technical engineer role. The candidate will supervise a team of Electrical and Controls Engineers and a Reliability Engineer to support troubleshooting, sustainment and maintenance of high-power electrical machinery and control systems in order to achieve reliable wind tunnel facility operations. The candidate will also lead NFAC facility electrical engineering repair and refurbishment projects as an experienced electrical engineer.
 
Job Duties
  • Lead a team of Electrical and Controls Engineers along with a Reliability Engineer to support troubleshooting, repair, refurbishment and operation of facility high-power motors, transformers, switch gear, protective relays, MG sets, and control systems
  • Act as technical point of contact for facility electrical and controls engineering issues
  • Act as lead project engineer on facility electrical component repair and sustainment projects
  • Ensure proper development of requirements, schedules, budget estimates and statements of work for facility repair and refurbishment projects
  • Lead operations and maintenance planning meetings as required to support test and maintenance efforts.
  • Ensure project leaders develop and maintain system documentation and perform necessary configuration management using established NFAC change control process
  • Work with Branch Manager and Project Controls to prepare annual budget for the group. Develop project goals for upcoming FY. Oversee Electrical & Controls Engineering Group annual budget
  • Oversee the maintenance and reliability program to insure adherence to asset management best practices. Support troubleshooting and repair of facility assets as necessary
  • Foster a strong safety culture amongst team members to sustain an injury and incident free workplace
  • Ensure group members receive appropriate workplace safety training as required.
  • Performs and manages the work in accordance with relevant NAS and TOS procedures and AEDC standards and requirements including national consensus codes and federal requirements
  • Perform supervisor administrative duties such as time sheet approval, etc.
  • Review group member’s performance and write annual reviews
  • It is a condition of employment to wear company issued Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in accordance with supervisory direction and company policy.
  • Performs other related duties as required.
  Basic Qualifications:
 
  • B.S. degree in electrical engineering from an accredited college or university and 7 to 12 years progressive and relevant experience.
  • A minimum of 5 years of developmental experience such as practical work experience on high power transformers, switchgear, protective relays, motors, generators.
  • U.S. citizenship is required.
  Preferred Qualifications:
  • Relevant electrical engineering experience troubleshooting, diagnosing, testing and measuring systems, field engineering, or plant operation in large industrial plants, utilities, process plants, etc.
  • Strong technical knowledge and experience working with high power electrical systems, relevant electrical engineering calculations, use of diagnostic and testing equipment (MCE, MCA, Megger, Power Factor, PI, Doble, etc.)
  • Demonstrated experience and understanding of high-power rotating machinery and electrical plant reliability.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills are required.
  • Experience working on high-power transmission, switch gear, protective relays, control systems and rotating machinery in a wind tunnel testing environment.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills with a desire to lead
  • Prior experience/familiarity in ground test/maintenance process or complex industrial operations
  • Professional Society involvement and certifications (PE, PMP, CMRP, etc.)
  Due to Air Force Security requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required for employment at NFAC.

NAS is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minority/Women/Veterans/Disabled (AA/EOE). All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, citizenship, genetic information, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. Applicants with a physical or mental disability, who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process, may e-mail their request to careers@nas-llc.us.

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