The United States Navy is a massive fleet of attack and defense vessels and systems, all working in tandem to carry out the Navy’s most critical missions. As an Engineering Duty Officer, your job is to keep the fleet moving forward. The Navy will rely on your sharp math and science skills to design, develop and deploy the world’s fiercest ships and smartest integrated warfare systems. Roll up your sleeves, Sailor, because it’s time to put the stealth in submarines and the muscle into the modern combat fleet.
Engineering Duty Officers ensure that U.S. Naval and Joint Forces operate and fight with the most capable vessels, systems and equipment possible. Your math and science skills will be vital to constantly improving the Navy’s warfighting capability and maintaining a robust cybersecurity network. Job responsibilities could include:
- Conducting research on high-priority operational needs
- Leading the design of new ships and their systems while supervising the integration of weapons and electronic systems into these ships
- Managing the construction, delivery, maintenance, conversion, overhaul and disposal of ships, submarines and aircraft carriers
- Overseeing the planning, execution and testing of the repair and modernization of ships and warfare systems
- Be a U.S. citizen.
- Be at least 19 and under 42 when commissioned (maximum age limit may be adjusted for prior active duty service).
- Have a B.S. or B.A. degree from an accredited college or university.
- Be physically qualified by Navy standards.
PAY & WORK SCHEDULE
- Based on Experience & Education with Board Evaluation of Knowledge
- Reserve Navy Officers Work (1) Weekend a Month and (14) Consecutive Days during the year unless volunteering otherwise. (Estimated Starting Salary approx. (1) Weekend a Month)