Company: Life Cycle Engineering
Location: San Diego
Posted on: May 19, 2019
Life Cycle Engineering
Life Cycle Engineering provides consulting, engineering, applied
technology and education solutions that deliver lasting results for
private industry, public entities, government organizations and the
military. The quality, expertise and dedication of our employees
enables Life Cycle Engineering to serve as a trusted resource for
reliability consulting and services, net-centric solutions,
engineering and technical services, integrated logistics support
services, program support services and education. www.LCE.com
OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE-CENTRIC CULTURE
Currently, LCE is seeking a Project Engineer who will work in Japan
for months at a time. Relocation is not required for this position.
Please find the position details below and additional details about
our company, culture and benefits at the bottom of this post.
The Project Engineer will work in Yokosuka, Japan at the Naval Ship
Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center (SRF - JRMC).
Qualified candidates for this role will leverage their previous
shipyard maintenance and engineering experience to provide
engineering leadership by applying waterfront experience to help
facilitate Project Team priorities while adhering to the Technical
Community disciplines and requirements. The main focal point of
responsibility is to ensure satisfactory technical adjudication and
certification of all work and tests expected to be completed during
an availability to ensure the ship is fit to fight in support of
* Must be a US citizen with passport with the ability to
obtain/maintain a DoD Secret security clearance
Role & Responsibilities
* Provide engineering leadership and support for U.S. Naval ship
repairs, maintenance and availabilities.
* Ensure satisfactory technical adjudication and certification for
all work performed during an availability.
* Generate, process and review Task Group Instructions (TGIs),
Departure From Specification (Client) requirements and Liaison
Action Requests (LARs)
Education & Experience
* Bachelor's degree in engineering discipline
* At least 10 years waterfront leadership role experience for the
maintenance and/or upgrade of U.S. Naval ships.
* Experience with Advanced Industrial Management (AIM) program for
the development of Task Group Instructions (TGIs) and
accomplishment of Job Summary reviews.
* Understands proper work breakdown structure for bubble chart
* Organize and lead job scoping meetings.
* Understands Technical Authority.
* Understands Client requirements and able to generate, process,
and review as necessary.
* Understands LAR requirements and able to generate, process, and
review as necessary.
* Capable of understanding engineering drawings, and familiar with
the application of NAVSEA and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
technical manual requirements.
* Coordinate the certification of key events for the overall
* Technical Subject Matter Expert (SME) of at least one of the
three engineering disciplines (Mechanical, Structural, or
Electrical/Electronics) with respect to U.S. Naval ship
Physical Demands & Expectations
* Ability to travel and work in Japan for months at a time
* Regular physical activity to include walking, climbing stairs,
bending, stooping, reaching, standing, prolonged sitting and
lifting up to 50 pounds
* Ability to speak, read, hear and write, with or without
* Ability to use phone and computer systems, copier, fax and other
This position description represents a summary of the major
components and requirements of the outlined job. Other duties and
responsibilities may be assigned or required as business needs
dictate. Questions regarding this description should immediately be
addressed to the department manager or to Human Resources.
Our mission is to enable people and organizations to achieve their
As a professional services organization our mission is focused on
our clients' people and organizations. It is our company's
cornerstone belief that we will not lead the industry in assisting
our clients unless we excel at helping our own people and teams
reach their full potential.
Our corporate culture encourages personal and professional growth
because LCE's success depends on the talent, professionalism and
commitment of its employees. LCE is a strengths-based organization
focused on turning individual talents into strengths and then
turning individual strengths into organizational performance that
supports our clients' success.
* Affordable Medical/Dental/Vision for Employees and their
* Free Employee Life and Disability Insurance, with supplemental
coverage options available.
* Health Savings Account and Flexible Benefit Account options
* Company matched 401K & company funded Employee Stock Ownership
* Paid Vacation, Holidays, & Sick Leave
* Continuing Education & Professional Development Programs at all
* Flexible Schedules & Relaxed Dress code
* Employer sponsored events, social collaboration, and open
* Free access to an extensive online training library, including
* Bonus Program for outstanding contributions, Employee Referral
Program, numerous Recognition Opportunities, and more…
*Benefits may vary by business unit & location.
Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) shall abide by the requirements of 41
CFR §§ 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a), and 60-741.5(a). These regulations
prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on
their status as protected veterans or individuals with
disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals
based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
Moreover, these regulations require that LCE take affirmative
action to employ and advance in employment individuals without
regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected
veteran status or disability. LCE shall also abide by the
requirements of 29 CFR Part 471, Appendix A.
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