Description: Position requires interface with U.S. Navy Regional Maintenance Center personnel, other shipyard project management, ship’s crewmembers, company’s production trade personnel and a variety of subcontractors. The Ship Superintendent is responsible to the Program Manager for overall coordination of project execution. Roles and responsibilities include:
Manage and direct assigned production trades in accomplishment of the production effort required by the work package to meet schedule inclusive of specified milestones.
Plan, manage, and progress subcontractors to accomplish assigned work on schedule and within established quality guidelines.
Coordinate with schedulers for revisions to the production schedule as necessary.
Coordinate and integrate contractor work with that of other maintenance providers.
Monitor production workforce and sub-contractors to ensure efficient daily/weekly manning consistent with planned levels.
Assist in identification, planning, and integration of new work and growth of existing work packages.
Provide supervisory review of required production trades’ inspection and testing reports prior to submission to customer.
Attend routine (daily/weekly) project meetings and serve as company’s principal interface with the customer.
Assist Program Manager in work item specification preparation prior to issuing work documents to production trade departments.
Participate in work item specification reviews with trade supervision.
Assist Program Manager in review of documentation on completed work items to ensure Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) record retention requirements are met.
Excellent all-around U.S. Navy ship knowledge with minimum 5 years experience in a supervisory role relating to shipboard operations and/or ship repair industry.
Understanding of schedule, budget control and adept subcontractor management skills.
Applicant must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to relate well with shipyard trades.
Basic understanding of NAVSEA Standard Items recommended, and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Project or Open Plan a plus.
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MARINE ELECTRICIAN QCI
Must have 3 yrs recent experience as a quality control inspector or in the electrical field. Ability to read blueprints, schematics and apply Ohms Law for shipboard applications on electrical & interior-communication systems. Thorough understanding of EPISM & Standard Items and pass Electrical Dept written test. Prefer US Navy E-5 or above.
Ability to read blueprints, schematics and apply Ohms Law for shipboard applications on electrical & interior-communication systems. Must understand EPISM & Standard Items and pass a written Electrical test. Prefer US Navy E-5 or above.
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