Coastal Systems Station Human Factors Engineer
The Coastal Systems Station (CSS), Panama City, Florida, is currently in the process of expanding its Human Factors Engineering capabilities. We are delighted to announce that we are recruiting MS graduates from your university's Human Factors Engineering curriculum for positions at CSS. CSS is located in Panama City, Florida.
We are the Navy's premier organization responsible for cradle-to-grave support for mission areas within the coastal environment, including Mine Warfare, Amphibious Warfare, Special Warfare, and Diving Systems.
CSS conducts research, development, test and evaluation; acquisition; and in-service engineering support for numerous programs within these warfare areas. Due to the nature of work involved in these areas, employment candidates must have undergraduate degrees in a technical or engineering field.
The candidates must also be willing to and capable of working with the users in their operational environments: at sea, under the sea, in the air, and in the stress of warfare.
For further descriptions of the types of tasks and skills that are pertinent, you may contact Mr. Richard Roesch (MS, IEOR/HFE, VPI, 1986) at 850 235-5281 or Roeschrj@ncsc.navy.mil.
Master-level students in Human Factors Engineering who are interested in this
wonderful employment opportunity at CSS are asked to send a resume and a copy of
their transcript (an unofficial copy is fine) as soon as possible. These
documents should be emailed, faxed, or mailed to:
Coastal Systems Station Attn: Robb Moss,
E30 67003 West Hwy 98
Panama City, FL 32407-7001
Fax: (850) 234-4377
If additional information is needed, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Robb Moss, Mechanical Engineering & Prototype Fabrication Division, at (850) 234-4895. CSS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and U.S. citizenship is required.