NSWC CORONA
NSWC PORT HUENEME
Pt Loma/
North Island DMF
SUPSHIP Bath Detachment-
San Diego, CA
Maine
Pennsylvania
NSWC Shi...
WHAT WE DO
(NAVSEA)
The Naval Sea Systems Command is comprised of
command staff, headquarters directorates, affiliated
Pro...
WHAT WE DO
(NAVAL SHIPYARDS)
Naval Shipyards perform logistic support and work
in connection with ship construction, conve...
Real World Influence
Here are Some Examples of Engineer
Opportunities at the Shipyards:
• Nuclear Mechanical
• Nuclear Test
• Nuclear Refueling...
Missy Jordan
Degree: B.S. Mechanical Engineering
School: University of New Hampshire
Internship: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard...
Sarah Fedder
Degree: B.S. Chemical Engineering
School: University of New Hampshire
Internship: Chemical Etching Industry
P...
Catherine Dill
Degree: B.S. Aeronautical Engineering
School: Clarkson University
(Currently working towards a M.S. in Orga...
Stacy Woodley
Degree: B.A.S Engineering Technology
School: Paul Quinn College, Dallas, Texas
Years in private sector: 2.5 ...
Community Outreach
• Engineerista
• Expanding Your Horizons
• SeaPerch
• FIRST Robotics
• SWE discussion panels
• WRN
Real World Influence
Discussion Topics
• Mentor/Role Model
– Both ‘assigned’ and pursued independently
• What to expect from your work environm...
Want More Information?
Contact Information:
Missy Jordan
207-438-2220
Missy.jordan@navy.mil
Sarah Fedder
207-438-2078
Sara...
Women Working in an Industrial Facility: It's Not all Oil & Grease
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Women Working in an Industrial Facility: It's Not all Oil & Grease

  1. 1. NSWC CORONA NSWC PORT HUENEME Pt Loma/ North Island DMF SUPSHIP Bath Detachment- San Diego, CA Maine Pennsylvania NSWC Ship Systems Engineering Station Naval Sea Logistics Center Navy Foundry and Propeller Center Washington Indiana NSWC CRANE SUPSHIP BATH PUGET SOUND NSY & IMF NUWC KEYPORT California Virginia Washington DC NAVSEA DIR & PEOs NSWC HQ NSWC CARDEROCK NSWC INDIAN HEAD Naval Ordnance Safety & Security Activity Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Div Maryland Connecticut Rhode Island NUWC HQ NUWC NEWPORT SUPSHIP GROTON NORFOLK NSY SUPSHIP NEWPORT NEWS NSWC DAHLGREN NSWC Combat Direction Systems Activity Surface Combat Systems Center SEASPARROW Project Support Office AEGIS Ballistic Missile Defense Florida Mississippi and Louisiana NSWC Panama City Naval Experimental Diving Unit SUPSHIP GULF COAST (Pascagoula, MS & New Orleans, LA) South Carolina Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit PORTSMOUTH NSY PEARL HARBOR NSY & IMF Keyport Det Waipahu, HI Portsmouth NSY ASDS Det Hawaii Idaho Bayview Georgia Support from NNSY to TRF Kings Bay Wisconsin SUPSHIP Onsite Office Marinette, WI Memphis Tennessee Allegany Ballistic Laboratory West Virginia Portsmouth NSY Detachment Pt Loma & Deep Submergence Unit North Island, San Diego, CA Extraordinary Careers, Unique Opportunities California Naval Sea Systems Command Career Opportunities
  2. 2. WHAT WE DO (NAVSEA) The Naval Sea Systems Command is comprised of command staff, headquarters directorates, affiliated Program Executive Offices (PEOs) and numerous field activities. Together, we engineer, build, buy and maintain ships, submarines and combat systems that meet the Navy Fleet's current and future operational requirements.
  3. 3. WHAT WE DO (NAVAL SHIPYARDS) Naval Shipyards perform logistic support and work in connection with ship construction, conversion, overhaul, repair, alternation, dry docking, outfitting, manufacturing research, re-development and test work. PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD – KITTERY, ME NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD – PORTSMOUTH, VA PUGET SOUND NAVAL SHIPYARD – BREMERTON, WA PEARL HARBOR NAVAL SHIPYARD - PEARL HARBOR, HI
  4. 4. Real World Influence
  5. 5. Here are Some Examples of Engineer Opportunities at the Shipyards: • Nuclear Mechanical • Nuclear Test • Nuclear Refueling • Nuclear Electrical • Nuclear Auditing • Process Improvement • Radiological Engineers • Safety & OSHE • Project Management • Mechanical Engineers • Test Engineers • Process Engineers • Industrial Engineers • Information Technology • Quality Assurance • Project Engineers • Business Operations • Material Inspection
  6. 6. Missy Jordan Degree: B.S. Mechanical Engineering School: University of New Hampshire Internship: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Years at the Shipyard: 30 years, Quality Assurance, Fluid and Mechanical Systems, Level I Pipe and Bar program for the Navy, Project Engineer , Nuclear Inspection Division Head, Nuclear Business Manager Outside Interests: family (3 children and self employed husband), friends, traveling, boating (sail or motor), gardening, needlepoint, remodeling older properties…and helping people reach their goals
  7. 7. Sarah Fedder Degree: B.S. Chemical Engineering School: University of New Hampshire Internship: Chemical Etching Industry Private Industry Experience: 4.5 years, Quality Engineer, Research & Design Engineer, Thin Film Heads Industry Years at the Shipyard: 13 years, Nuclear Assistant Shift Test Engineer, Radiological Engineer, Radiological Emergency Planning Engineer, Nuclear Business Office Outside Interests: Family (Mom of 2 boys), running, hiking, skiing, gardening, reading
  8. 8. Catherine Dill Degree: B.S. Aeronautical Engineering School: Clarkson University (Currently working towards a M.S. in Organizational Leadership) Years at the Shipyard: 10.5 years; Nuclear Shift Test Engineer, Nuclear Quality Assurance, Project Engineer, Radiological Monitoring Division, Special Project, Nuclear Planning & Estimating Outside Interests: Family (2 kids), SWE, outreach, 4-H leader, winter hiking, sewing for the Shriners, photography, and farming
  9. 9. Stacy Woodley Degree: B.A.S Engineering Technology School: Paul Quinn College, Dallas, Texas Years in private sector: 2.5 years, QA Metrology Technician Years at the Shipyard: 4 years in Integrated Logistics Support Department. Selected to participant in the (Civilian Professional Development Program) Outside Interests: People, Most Sports, Eating food that others cook, laughing, making people laugh, outreach and last but not least riding my motorcycle Tony the Tiger! He is GREAT!!!!!!
  10. 10. Community Outreach • Engineerista • Expanding Your Horizons • SeaPerch • FIRST Robotics • SWE discussion panels • WRN
  11. 11. Real World Influence
  12. 12. Discussion Topics • Mentor/Role Model – Both ‘assigned’ and pursued independently • What to expect from your work environment – Multi generation values & expectations • Managing your work environment – Conflict • Work life balance
  13. 13. Want More Information? Contact Information: Missy Jordan 207-438-2220 Missy.jordan@navy.mil Sarah Fedder 207-438-2078 Sarah.fedder@navy.mil Catherine Dill 207-438-5808 Catherine.dill@navy.mil Stacy Woodley 207-438-3112 Stacy.woodley@navy.mil NAVSEA AND SHIPYARD WEBSITES: http://www.navsea.navy.mil/default.aspx http://www.navsea.navy.mil/shipyards/portsm outh/default.aspx http://www.navsea.navy.mil/shipyards/norfolk/ default.aspx http://www.navsea.navy.mil/shipyards/puget/d efault.aspx http://www.navsea.navy.mil/shipyards/pearl/d efault.aspx

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