SPAWAR: Navy Marine Mammals Eng Supp/Proj Dev - Student 3
SDSU Research Foundation - San Diego, CA

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Benefits Eligibility

Hourly with no benefits

FTE Percent


Annualized or Hourly Salary


Advertised Salary

$13.25 per hour

Job Responsibilities

This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of college students to provide technical and/or analytical support in the fields of both electrical and mechanical engineering for the Navy Marine Mammal Program.

Minimum Qualifications

Undergraduate Level (Junior): Mechanical Engineering or related engineering major Required Course Work: Solid modeling l & 2 Computer Programming and Applications Introduction to Engineering Materials Mechanics of Materials

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Ability to review, analyze and document specific operational procedures, and/or perform feasibility studies. Ability to design, and/or test models utilizing stimulation, simulation, emulation, numerical and statistical analyses techniques. Ability to complete monthly Status Reports and Bi-Weekly Time Reports in accordance with basic contract CDRL.

Standard Requirements

This description incorporates the most typical duties performed. It is recognized that other related duties not specifically mentioned may also be performed. The ability to report to work on time; follow directions from a supervisor; interact effectively with co-workers; understand and follow posted work rules and procedures; accept constructive criticism; for managers and supervisory personnel to lead and manage others; and to maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.

Preferred Education/Certifications

Any formal class that focuses on machining, welding, or shop safety

Preferred Experience/Special Skills

Military training and experience Experience with basic machine shop skills as they relate to rapid prototyping of system hardware and project specific requirements Ability to work semi-independently on small tasks to include testing and evaluating engineering prototypes Ability to conduct market research for solutions to engineering problems Ability to communicate effectively informally with fellow students or engineers

Working Conditions

Only U.S. citizens may qualify no naturalized citizens or visa holders.

Job Close Date Jobs close at 4pm PST


Supplemental Questions

Additional Instructions for Applicants

Certain SDSURF positions must undergo background and other screening, which may include criminal history, credit history, health examination, fingerprinting, or other screening criteria which the SDSURF determines necessary for business purposes. Where such requirements are known, they will be stated in the job posting. By accepting a position with SDSURF, you are agreeing to undergo such screenings at any time during your employment with SDSURF if it is determined necessary for business reasons.

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Activity Report

Physical Effort with or without reasonable accommodations

Indicate the numbers of hours per day the employee will perform the following.

Bending over





Lifting or carrying


Reaching overhead


Repetitive use of hands/arms



Pushing or pulling

Repetitive use of legs

Eye/hand coordination

Driving cars, trucks, forklifts, and other equipment

Being around scientific equipment and machinery

Walking on uneven ground

Mental Effort

Indicate the numbers of hours per day the employee will perform the following.

Directing others


Using math/calculations


Working at various tempos

Concentrating amid distractions

Remembering names

Remembering details

Making descisions

Working rapidly

Examining/observing details

Discriminating colors

Environmental Factors

Indicate the numbers of hours per day the employee will perform the following.





High places





Change of temperature





Working with others

Working around others

Working alone

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