Gryphon Technologies

  • Control Systems Engineers

    Job Locations US-DC-Washington
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(7/30/2018 12:03 PM)
    ID
    2018-2046
    # of Openings
    3
    Category
    Operations
  • Overview

    Gryphon Technologies LC, headquartered in Washington, DC, is a premier professional and engineering services provider specializing in warfare systems and integration, naval architecture and marine engineering, program management, test and evaluation, and logistics. Gryphon provides the skills necessary to manage the development and operations of these mission critical systems. For almost 20 years, the Company has designed, integrated, maintained, and upgraded state-of-the-art systems for the Department of Defense. Gryphon Technologies is the federal Government’s partner working in support of mission critical systems. We are proud of our ability to help shape tomorrow, while ensuring today’s U.S. and coalition forces can carry out their critical missions and tasks.

     

    Gryphon Technologies LC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

     

    Responsibilities

    Develop/analyze/review engineering design documents for Navy ship machinery control systems.  Perform shipboard control system testing, troubleshoot control system issues.

    Qualifications

    Senior, mid-level, and junior positions are available.  Requires a Bachelor's degree in a STEM field, and relevant work experience commensurate to the position level.

     

    One must have good written communication, interpersonal, problem-solving, analytical, mathematical, and organizational skills. Ability to follow directions is a must. Applicants must be able to work well alone and as part of a team. A Security Clearance or the ability to obtain one will be required. U.S. Citizenship required.

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