Subsystem Technologies, Inc.

  • Submarine Navigator/Operations Officer

    Job Locations US-FL-Dania Beach
    Job ID
    Dania Beach
  • Company Overview

    KMS Solutions, LLC , a wholly owned subsidiary of Subsystem Technologies, Inc. (SUBSYSTEMs), is dedicated to providing high quality consulting and technical services to commercial and Government clients.   Our principals are experienced in and dedicated to serving the needs of US Government related activities.   Specific market areas include the US Navy, the US Intelligence Community, the Department of Defense and its C4ISR programs, and other Federal technology and human capital management related activities.

    Our employees are located in the continental United States and globally deployed supporting decision makers at the highest levels of industry and the federal government with systems engineering, human capital development, and advisory & assistance professional services.

    Job Overview & Responsibilities

    KMS Solutions, LLC, a well-established and reputable professional services firm is currently recruiting candidates to fill a Sea Trial Director position on the KMS team to support the planning and execution of Submarine and Surface Ship sea trials conducted at the US Navy South Florida Ocean Measurement Facility.
    Specifically, we are seeking candidates knowledgeable in submarine operations and who have US Navy active duty experience serving as the ship's Navigator. 


    Prior experience participating in or supporting submarine sea trials highly desirable.  Applicants must be U.S. Citizens and be eligible for a DoD Top Secret security clearance.


    We Value The Cultural Differences Our Employees Bring To SUBSYSTEMs. We Are Proud Supporters Of Hiring Veterans And Count Them Among Our Finest. 

    We Are An Employer Of Choice And Are Committed To Our Employees Who, In Turn, Provide Continued Excellence And The Highest Service Quality Standards To Help Our Clients Achieve Their Mission.



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