INTERMEDIATE DRAFTER/CAD OPERATOR, ELECTRICAL-CW
Candidates will be members of the engineering design/drafting team.
Associates Degree in Drafting, Design, Illustrating or Graphics Arts from an accredited institution. Experience will be considered in lieu of degree.
Proficient with AutoCAD; ability to create, modify and maintain drawings as part of a team of other designers and engineers. Ensure drawings follow Industry and Government standards and practices.
The position is in support of the U.S Navy and the candidate will generate drawing packages that document system designs including:
Develop 2D Electrical drawings in accordance with Military Specifications.
Develop Cabling Diagrams and Wiring Tables, inclusive of Lists of Material.
Interpret and incorporate Government Furnished Information and engineering redlines to meet design requirements.
Conduct research of submarine construction drawings using the Advanced Technical Information Support (ATIS) System.
2-4 years professional experience. Technical school or bachelor’s degree a plus.
Proficiency with AutoCAD required.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office including Excel and Word preferred.
Knowledge of existing submarine systems, Military Specifications, and previous defense industry experience is a plus.
Ability to obtain Secret Clearance
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
MCLAUGHLIN RESEARCH CORPORATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. IT IS OUR POLICY TO RECRUIT, HIRE, PROMOTE, AND TRAIN FOR ALL POSITIONS WITHOUT REGARD TO AGE, RACE, CREED, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, GENDER IDENTITY, MARITAL STATUS, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES, PREGNANCY, MINORITIES, GENETIC INFORMATION, STATUS AS A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY, AMNESTY OR STATUS AS A PROTECTED VETERAN, AND TO BASE ALL SUCH DECISIONS UPON THE INDIVIDUAL'S QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITY TO PERFORM THE WORK ASSIGNED, CONSISTENT WITH CONTRACTUAL REQUIREMENTS AND ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND, LOCAL LAWS.
EEO IS THE LAW:
APPLICANTS AND EMPLOYEES ARE PROTECTED UNDER FEDERAL LAW FROM DISCRIMINATION.