General Dynamics is the world’s foremost designer and builder of nuclear submarines, the most complex machines made by man. The company’s industry leadership extends back over a century to 1899 when it produced the U.S. Navy's first commissioned undersea warship. Today, Electric Boat prides itself on being the premier shipbuilding company in the industry. We develop and apply state of the art technology to the design and construction of nuclear powered submarines. With a team of highly skilled and dedicated employees, we have successfully taken submarine technology to a new level.
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For W. Langley. The responsibilities of the Electric Boat Corp Electromagnetics (EM) group include analysis of potential electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems on submarine systems and components, equipment electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing, determination of EMC test requirements in support of system and component procurement specification preparation during design phase, and shipboard testing-troubleshooting once ship construction and testing commences. The EM group is also involved with controlling Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) effects, and for submarine electromagnetic signature characterizations and modeling.
Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
Zero to Four years of experience required. Practical/theoretical EMC experience, particularly with the equipment and system qualification test requirements of MIL-STD-461, MIL-STD-464 and DOD-STD-1399 Sect 070.
Candidates must possess strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills which are necessary to function successfully in existing teamed environments. The ability to multi-task and possession of skills that permit independent functioning without significant oversight is also desired.