American Systems Norfolk , VA 23501
The Mechanical Engineer Technician will provide technical support and engineering services for Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC), Code 251. The Mechanical Engineer Technician will perform the following:
AMERICAN SYSTEMS is one of the top 100 employee owned companies in the United States. Employer Ownership means, that at AMERICAN SYSTEMS, we treat each other with respect.
Every member of our team has a vested interest and benefits from MISSION SUCCESS. We all have the same goals particularly in service to our nations War Fighters; providing, team-focused, mission-essential support in challenging environments. Being truly effective means pushing beyond basic requirements.
We build skilled and committed teams of experts. We conduct our work with a sense of purpose; loyal to the mission, our clients, each other and to the long-term success of the company.
Minimum of twelve (12) years of experience within last twenty-five (25) years in the mechanical operation, repair, maintenance and assessment of US Naval auxiliary equipment to include but not limited to: Fire Pumps, Fuel/Lube Oil Pumps and Purifiers, Distilling Plants , JP-5 Service/Transfer/Cargo/Stripping Pumps and Purifiers, Main and Auxiliary Condensers, Main Condensate Pumps, Main Seawater Circ Pumps, Potable Water Pumps and Systems, SSDG/SSGTG Pumps, and various types of pumps and piping associated with mentioned systems. Motor Operated Valves, Sea Valves, Remote Operating Gear, Pitswords, and various general valves associated with naval shipboard auxiliary equipment.
Technical representatives on this task shall have and maintain a valid CPR Certification from a Nationally Accepted organization.
Maintain a valid Passport.
Complete all designed training as required by MARMC