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POST DATE 8/13/2016
END DATE 10/16/2016

BMPC NISKAYUNA, NY

Company
BMPC
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
17516
AJE Ref #
575870378
Location
NISKAYUNA, NY
Job Type
Regular

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Description:
Naval Nuclear Laboratory's Methods Development team is
looking for a Mechanical Engineer interested in
Thermal/Hydraulic Technology Development. This role will
be located at the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory. This
position requires knowledge and experience with
computational thermal hydraulics and programming. The
successful candidate will work with a team of engineers
to develop, verify, and qualify thermal hydraulic
procedures and design computer programs that are used to
evaluate existing and new reactor designs for naval
application. A typical work assignment would be to use a
design computer program to perform test predictions,
compare results to test data, define design factors or
other procedures to ensure conservative application by
designers, document results, and present those results
to a design review team to help defend a recommendation.
There are also opportunities to provide consulting
support to address emergent issues for the fleet and new
design communities.
Requirements:
This position will be filled at either the Intermediate
or Advanced level. Please see specific requirements
below:
Requirements for an Intermediate level Engineer:
* BS degree in Engineering from an accredited college
or university and a minimum of two years of relevant
experience; or MS degree in Engineering from an
accredited college or university
* Academic or work experience with computational
thermal hydraulics (e.g., design, closure model
development, numeric), programming (e.g., Fortran),
and script development (e.g., Python) to automate
work.
Requirements for an Advanced level Engineer:
* BS degree in Engineering from an accredited college
or university and a minimum of four years of
relevant experience; or MS degree in Engineering
from an accredited college or university and a
minimum of two years of relevant experience
* Academic or work experience with computational
thermal hydraulics (e.g., design, closure model
development, numeric), programming (e.g., Fortran),
and script development (e.g., Python) to automate
work.