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Senior Program Engineer / Scientist with Security Clearance

Job Description BAI, inc. is looking for a Mid and a Sr.-level program engineer to join our team at ONR. The Senior Program Engineer/Scientist assigned to this task must have at least a master?s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline ( preferable in Marine Engineering and/or Naval Architecture , Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, etc. ) related to the task objectives and over 10 years? applied relevant experience or a bachelor?s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline related to the task objectives and over 15 years? applied relevant experience. Candidate should have demonstrated experience executing or reviewing technical studies, analysis, or design activities in their technical field. Candidate must have demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with government, military, and academic technical experts as well as senior-level government and military personnel as well as an ability to develop technical and strategic recommendations to achieve customers program objectives. Additionally, applied experience with the operations, functions, objectives, and administrative procedures of the ONR and ONR Code 33 is highly desirable. Personal computer literacy is required. Job Requirements Master?s degree in a scientific or engineering field (preferable in Marine Engineering and/or Naval Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, etc.) related to the task objectives and over 10 years? applied relevant experience, or Bachelor?s degree in a scientific or engineering field (preferable in Marine Engineering and/or Naval Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, etc.) related to the task objectives and over 15 years? applied relevant experience. Candidates MUST have an active SECRET clearance for the mid-level role and an active TOP SECRET for the Senior role; please do not apply without an active secret or top secret clearance. BAI, inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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