Engineering Positions (USS Skarsgård)

Departmental Positions (USS Skarsgård)
CMD OPS ENG SEC/TAC MED SCI
Chief Engineer
Officer QTY: 1 The Chief Engineer is responsible for the condition of all systems and equipment on board a Starfleet ship or facility. S/he oversees maintenance, repairs and upgrades of all equipment. S/he is also responsible for the many repair teams during crisis situations.
Assistant Chief Engineer
Officer QTY: 1 The Assistant Chief Engineer assists the Chief Engineer in the daily work; in issues regarding mechanical, administrative matters and coordinating repairs with other departments.

If so required, the Assistant Chief Engineer must be able to take over as Chief Engineer, and thus must be versed in current information regarding the ship or facility.

Damage Control Coordinator
Officer QTY: 1 The Damage Control Specialist is a specialized Engineer. The Damage Control Specialist controls all damage control aboard the ship when it gets damaged in battle. S/he oversees all damage repair aboard the ship, and coordinates repair teams on the smaller jobs so the Chief Engineer can worry about other matters.
Propulsion Engineer
Enlisted QTY: 3 Specializing in impulse and warp propulsion, these specialists are often specific to even a single class of ship due to the complexity of warp and impulse systems.
Damage Control/Maintainance Engineer
Enlisted QTY: 3 The Damage Control and Maintainance Engineers are responsible for general maintenance, and when the time arises, damage control. They report to the Damage Control Coordinator.
Systems Engineer
Officer QTY: 1 Engineers are the backbone of the Engineering Corps and are responsible for, under the guidance of the Chief Engineer, maintaining and repairing the vessel.
Systems Engineer
Enlisted QTY: 3 Engineers are the backbone of the Engineering Corps and are responsible for, under the guidance of the Chief Engineer, maintaining and repairing the vessel.
Staff Engineer
Officer QTY: 2 Engineers are the backbone of the Engineering Corps and are responsible for, under the guidance of the Chief Engineer, maintaining and repairing the vessel.