Ability to monitor administrative, engineering and material procurement support for assigned ship repair contract to ensure specification and schedule compliance. Qualified applicants will possess the knowledge and understanding of applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and policy relevant to contract administration. Requires experience in government procurement, cost analysis, the shipbuilding or ship repair industry or related work and the ability to negotiate FAR contracts. Advanced oral and written communication skills a must.
Must be organized, computer literate, ability to multi-task, interested in learning product line. Knowledge of fabrication methods & terminology. Experience in manufacturing company as plus.
Must have a valid NCCCO (National Commission for Certification of Crane Operators) License or NCCER (National Center for Construction Education Research) License. Must have experience in operating a large telescopic Mobile Crane. Requires 3 to 5 years recent crane experience. Ability to read, write, comprehend, and react quickly to warning signals and verbal instructions; coordinate hand, foot, and eye movement; understand and use load chart. Knowledge of basic electrical, mechanical, and crane operation principles. Class A license to drive cranes on city streets preferred
Must have 3 years recent experience as a quality control inspector or in the shipfitting/welding field. Applicant must possess the ability to become level 2 NDT inspector, familiar with waf's, wic's, Idr's/cfr's and have excellent communication skills. Knowledge of MSWord and IMS is a plus.
Two to four years’ experience in all facets of lagging on military and commercial vessels. High school or equivalent education preferred. Knowledge of piping systems, ship layout, lagging materials, layout patterns for hull boards, application methods for piping, machinery and ventilation systems. Knowledge of asbestos abatement helpful and ability to obtain abatement certification preferred. Successful post-employment safety test for driving condor, scissor lift and forklift. Skills in basic math and measuring, fabrication and installation, reading specifications and blueprints. Must be able to access and move around ship safely, work at heights and in confined spaces with limited visibility.
Description: The Scheduler is a key member of the Program Management Team and is responsible to the Program Manager for all aspects of schedule maintenance for ship repair projects for U.S. Navy, Military Sealift Command, U.S. Coast Guard and commercial vessels as contracts dictate. This position is a principal interface between the Program Management Team and the customer for issues relating to job progress and schedule performance. The Scheduler also maintains responsibility for the database from which project performance metrics are derived. This position requires the development and production of reports for analysis by the management team.
A. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Maintain scheduling data files
- Coordinate integration/transfer of planning information into scheduling tools and programs
- Develop/manipulate products in MS Project, MS Access, MS Excel, and Deltek Open Plan Professional
- Provide production schedule upkeep and maintenance
- Collecting routine and periodic progress from production trades and supervisors
- Updating schedule and associated performance metric files
- Transmitting periodic progress reports to Program Management Team and customer
- Assisting project planners during periods of peak capacity
- Interfacing with customer’s planning/scheduling organization to ensure project continuity
- Link production tasks to project milestones/key events
- Integrate contract modifications (new/growth work) into existing schedules
- Understanding work sequences (Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)) with responsibility for limited WBS development/resourcing associated with contract modifications
- Assign resources to WBS sequences as directed
- Maintain/adjust baselines to suit project team’s goals and objectives
- Integrate subcontractor work as it relates to new/growth work
- Assist in resolving schedule conflicts identified by program management, production trades, or the customer
- Generate and conduct quality control on required progress reports, contractor status reports, and other schedule performance reports dictated by the needs of the project
- Possess a working knowledge of Earned Value Management principles and concepts
B. SKILLS (Basic - required):
- Advanced ability with Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, MS Project, Word)
- Significant experience with Deltek Open Plan Professional (Workings, calculated fields, imports/ exports, administration and automation)
- Computer applications related to project scheduling and control
- Ability to manage/process multiple project schedules simultaneously with a focus on report punctuality and quality
- Ability to access vessels when necessary to better understand workflows
- Basic understanding of job cost accounting system functions and relationships
- Capable of passing routine background check associated with credentialing process for government installation access
- Excellent organizational Skills (including filing, tracking changes)
C. SKILLS (Advanced - desired)
- In-depth knowledge and understanding of task linkages within basic work breakdown structures (WBS) in a ship repair, general construction, or manufacturing environment
- Working understanding of Earned Value Management System (EVMS) concepts and cost/schedule drivers
- Demonstrated proficiency in labor hour resourcing of WBS tasks within schedules
- Direct experience in preparing and interpreting EVMS reports
Requirements: Qualified applicants should have at least some all-around U.S. Navy ship knowledge with minimum 5 years experience in a role relating to shipboard operations and/or ship repair industry. Applicant must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to relate well with shipyard trades and supporting departments. Basic understanding of NAVSEA Standard Items required.
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.
Must have 3-5 years recent marine experience in trade. Applicants must possess shipboard mechanical skills and the ability to read blueprints and tech manuals.
Must have 3 years recent experience as a Machinist quality control inspector and possess good mechanical skills and the ability to read blueprints and tech manuals. Applicant must possess the ability to become level 2 NDT inspector, familiar with waf's, wic's, Idr's/cfr's and have excellent communication skills. Knowledge of MSWord and IMS is a plus.
Pipefitters must have 3-5 years recent marine experience as well as knowledge of marine piping systems, pipe materials, fittings, and pipe joint designs. Ability to read blue prints, drawings and sketches. Must certify for silver brazing and pass written test.
Demonstrated welding skills in vertical, horizontal & overhead with flux-core equipment. Knowledge of various tool usage and welding procedures. Must pass Weld Plate Test and have own tools.
Must have 3-5 years recent marine experience. Ability to interpret drawings and blueprints & layout. Demonstrated welding skills in vertical, horizontal & overhead with flux-core equip. Knowledge of various tool usages and welding.
WATER JET OPERATOR
Must have 3 years’ experience in the programming and operation of C.N.C. water-jet cutting machines. Must be able to read and understand marine blueprints
A general knowledge of all trades, including tools, machinery, materials, labor requirements, and repair sequences involved in the repair of a wide variety of parts and systems in a ship repair environment is required as well as a background which includes 5 years experience in at least one trade. A high school education or equivalent is required plus sufficient advanced coursework, vocational training, or technical experience to be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications and perform basic business math calculations (percentages, markups, etc.) Incumbent must be able to conduct detailed research, develop the various components of a final estimate, and compile efforts into Excel worksheets containing hours, material, and subcontractor costs. Applicant must have a minimum of 8 years’ experience as a ship repair estimator with knowledge of MS Office programs specifically Excel.
Must possess 5-7 years recent experience in all phases of shipboard Structural/Sheetmetal installations. Requires extensive interpersonal skills, familiarity with budgeting manpower and materials. Must be well versed in all aspects of structural quality assurance & control. Familiar with waf's, wic's, Idr's/cfr's and have excellent communication skills. Knowledge of MSWord and IMS is a plus. Ability to obtain required credentials to access work locations.