Entry Level Electrical Engineer
Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory - Niskayuna, NY
Job Description:
Selected applicants will be subject to a Federal
background investigation and must meet eligibility
requirements for access to classified matter. U.S.
citizenship is required.
Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory
For more than 60 years Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory
(KAPL), as part of the Naval Reactors Program, has been
at the forefront of technological and operational
innovation. We have a proud tradition of producing
reactor plants for submarines and surface ships that
provide unprecedented endurance and power. We also train
the sailors who operate those plants. We are a program
with cutting edge technology, high technical standards
and integrity. If you are interested in a challenging
career and working with some of the finest technical
people in the country, then explore your future with the
Naval Reactors Program. We know that you will consider
many factors when choosing where to work. The Naval
Reactors Program has much to offer, including the
opportunity to work with some of the brightest
engineers, scientists and professionals from a wide
spectrum of disciplines. Our management team will
challenge you to apply your skills, learn new things and
grow professionally and personally.
Associate Electrical Engineer
Entry level positions are currently available (current
graduates as well as May 2012 and December 2012
graduates) for instrumentation and control system
engineers to design, test, deploy, and support
Instrumentation and Control (I&C) Systems for both the
existing and next generation reactor plants. These I&C
systems perform reactor protection and control safety
critical functions, demanding the highest degree of
quality and reliability. Typical roles and

responsibilities will include:
  • being the subject matter expert on design, operation
and maintenance of your assigned system
  • defining system level requirements for design
changes/modifications to your assigned system
  • reviewing vendor's detailed design to ensure system
requirements are being fulfilled
  • developing, evaluating and testing I&C concepts for
next generation applications
  • laboratory testing of equipment to verify technical
adequacy and ensure robustness of design
  • supporting the training of Navy personnel on the
design, operation,and maintenance of the assigned
system
  • providing emergent support to troubleshoot and
resolve issues associated with your assigned system
in a timely manner
  • developing technical and programmatic
recommendations/reports usually requiring the
integration across multiple technical disciplines
  • working on diverse assignments that support career
growth
To see this and other job openings at Knolls Atomic
Power Laboratory, please visit
www.knollslab.com/careers.html.

Job Requirements:
Bachelors of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering or
related technical field of study from an ABET accredited
college.
Specific course work and experience in one or more of
the following areas: microprocessor based equipment,
control systems, or hardware/software development
Open Date : 2012-05-03 11:00:00
Date Required : 2012-08-03
Req. Code : 3746
# of Openings : 5
Other Skills : Minimum GPA 3.0/4.0 is
preferred.Technical Internship / Co-op experience -
Experience in writing technical reports. Demonstrated
leadership, C++ programming experience. Ability to
articulate technical ideas in a clear and concise manner
Offer Relocation : Yes
Exemption : Exempt

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