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ELECTRONICS ENGINEER for de? ning and agreeing capabilities and generating technical speci? ca-

Salary: $ £37,400 - £44,000 per an- with the Royal Navy and delivering tions for equipment and/or systems • num (plus bene? ts), Full Time these capabilities into service. Managing equipment and/or system requirements and their acceptance

Job Location: Med Due to the nature of these positions, throughout the lifecycle • Supporting

Contact: Bristol some attendance to the stated site may and managing the systems integration

Description: be required, and some posts will be re- and veri? cation, and assisting with

Join our Ships division as an Electron- served for sole UK nationals only. the production, acceptance and resul- ics Engineer and take on a meaning- tant con? guration control of require- ful role directly supporting the UK’s We strongly recommend tailoring ments acceptance procedure • Estab-

Royal Navy. your CV in line with our CV guidance lishing and overseeing project phase before applying, with speci? c sections engineering activities from concept

As an Electronics Engineer, you will to highlight Key Achievements, Rel- to delivery including trials planning join either the Maritime Combat evant Experience, and Applied Skills and management, installation plan-

Systems (MCS) or Ships Acquisition & Knowledge. ning, schedule and transition into team, providing a vital service in deliv- service management etc • Challeng- ering reliable, sustainable and afford- Responsibilities: ing technical assumptions to identify able combat systems support across a As an Electronics Engineer, you’ll improvement opportunities variety of in-service equipment and monitor, manage and report technical What you will be assessed against acquisition projects. These unique risks, ensuring delivery and the con- roles support ship acquisition, helping tinued safe operation of equipment To be successful with your application to bring equipment and systems used and systems across the Royal Navy you must demonstrate that you meet by our military customers into service. ? eet. You’ll use your leadership and the following essential criteria: people skills to motivate and encour-

The MCS team consists of experts age the wider team, while using cre- • Relevant HNC (i.e., Level 4 or operating in the following technical ative and innovative thinking to pres- higher) quali? cation in a STEM sub- areas: Surface Ship Combat Systems ent solutions to technical challenges. ject, or equivalent knowledge, skills

Group; Underwater Electronic War- and experience • Experience in sen- fare; Communications Situational Depending on the team you’re aligned sors and electronic systems and/or

Awareness; and Maritime Electronic to, your responsibilities may include: systems engineering and integration

Warfare and training. Meanwhile, the • Experience in stakeholder engage-

Ships Acquisition team is responsible • Determining customer requirements ment/management


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