Senior Engineer/ Engineer, Naval Systems

0-2 years
15 days ago
Job Description

The Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) brings you to the forefront of cybersecurity, digital transformation and engineering. From working on software development and systems integration to unmanned technologies and artificial intelligence, you can have an impact on Singapore's defence.

Achieve your fullest potential with opportunities to build your technical expertise and hone your competencies in diverse domains. You can also expect an immersive learning experience, where you will work with bright minds and collaborate with global industry experts.

DSTA is recognised as one of the top 10 employers in the Engineering & IT sector, where our engineers and IT professionals work alongside procurement specialists to deliver state-of-the-art capabilities for Singapore's peace and security.

Internship opportunities and a meaningful career await you.

Learn more about DSTA at. You may also email us atgif you have any enquiries pertaining to careers.


We are looking for an individual to join us in our Naval Systems Programme Centre where you will integrate state-of-the-art naval combat systems such as radars, electronic measures, underwater sensors, electro optics and other sensor systems. The role will also require you to manage a broad spectrum of activities, including front-end engineering design & operations analysis, tendering & contract evaluation, system trials, systems engineering & integration and system acceptance testing & commissioning. You will also liaise with all relevant internal and external parties to ensure timely completion and implementation of project in line with customers requirements, schedule and budget


. Degree in Electrical/ Electronic/ Mechanical Engineering

. Relevant technical skills such as CAD, rapid prototyping, data engineering and visualisation

. Dynamic personality and innovative mind

. Good communication and interpersonal skills

. Highly motivated individual with a positive attitude


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