Available Positions



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Location
Position
Posted



SHIP SUPERINTENDENT
08-24-2016

SUMMARY: Responsible for the overall management and coordination of work items assigned during individual maintenance events (SRAs and CMAVs).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following and may include other duties that may be assigned:

-Monitors all work items assigned ensuring budget and schedule compliance.
-Supervises and directs Crafts and Trades assigned to project.
-Coordinates Subcontractor work.
-Ensures Purchase Orders are issued to support the work item.
-Ensure specifications are properly allocated with applicable lead trades, assist trades, and subcontractors for assigned work items.
-Coordinates the pre-production planning.
-Assists in Production Schedule development.
-Ensure all NAVSEA Standard Items are understood and complied with.
-Conduct weekly progress review of assigned items.
-Submit required reports.
-Acts as Project Manager when directed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

-Must have at least five years of previous Ship Superintendent or equivalent experience.
-Must be able to obtain access and badging (RapidGate and BAVR) at Military installations.
-Must be able to pass drug screen and physical.

If you are interested in job position please email resume to msickert@pacship.com




WORK CONTROL COORDINATOR
08-24-2016

SUMMARY: Assists the Work Control Superintendent in the preparation and processing of Tag Out Packages supporting work item execution aboard various U.S. Navy ships at Naval Base Everett in Everett, Washington.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following and may include other duties that may be assigned:

Position requires a basic knowledge of U.S. Navy ships and associated repair processes, sequences and protocols. A background in surface ship engineering/propulsion plants is desirable with the ability to read and interpret drawings and specifications to develop an appropriate level of knowledge of a particular work item. An allegiance to work place Safety and attention to detail as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills are also required.

JOB ABILITIES, SKILLS and KNOWLEDGE:
-Reviews and evaluates written specifications and drawings to develop isolation/tag out packages.
-Conducts ship checks to verify isolation/tag out packages.
-Maintains hard copy records as required by applicable instructions and standard items.
-Maintains historical files, records and documents to support future work activities.
-Basic computer skills and familiarity with MS Word, Excel and Project programs.
-Possesses a working knowledge of the following documents and programs: NAVSEA Standard Items, TUMS, JFMM, ESOMS, EOSS/CSOSS and OSHA standards.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

-Previous ship repair or ship building experience is desired.
-Must be able to obtain access and badging (RapidGate and BAVR) at Military installations.
-Must be able to pass drug screen and physical.

If you are interested in job position please email resume to msickert@pacship.com




QUALITY ASSURANCE ADMINISTRATOR
08-24-2016

SUMMARY: Responsible for the management of individual quality assurance events associated with individual maintenance events (SRAs and CMAVs).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following and may include other duties that may be assigned:

-Implement and maintain the tenets of the PACSHIP Quality Management System.
-Perform document control within the PACSHIP Quality Management System.
-Work with the MSMO Project Team to meet Quality Management System objectives and deadlines.
-Assist with internal audits on the PACSHIP Quality Management System.
-Maintain Government-issued and PACSHIP work instructions, directives and documents.
-Manage Contractor Action Reports (CARs) to develop corrective and preventative actions for submission to cognizant Government entities.
-Develop and manage Maintenance Availably Test/Inspection Plans (TIPs).
-Maintain required project management databases.
-Process quality assurance documents as directed by the Quality Assurance Manager.
-Prepare, manage, update and submit documents as directed by the Quality Assurance Manager.
-Assist the Quality Assurance Manager in improving existing and developing and implementing new Quality Management processes.
-Working on other projects as directed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

-Must have at least three years of previous ship repair or ship building quality assurance experience.
-Must be able to obtain access and badging (RapidGate and BAVR) at Military installations.
-Must be able to pass drug screen and physical.

If you are interested in job position please email resume to msickert@pacship.com




SCHEDULER
08-24-2016

SUMMARY: Responsible for the development and management of Integrated, Resource Loaded Production Schedules associated with individual maintenance events (SRAs and CMAVs).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following and may include other duties that may be assigned:

-Develop production schedules supporting individual maintenance actions (SRAs and CMAVs) under the tenets of NAVSEA Standard Items 009-60 and 009-111.
-Work with the MSMO Project Team to meet Production Schedule objectives and deadlines.
-Assist with internal audits on the PACSHIP Production Scheduling tools and processes.
-Maintain Government-issued and PACSHIP work instructions, directives and documents supporting the Production Scheduling process.
-Maintain required scheduling and project management databases.
-Prepare, manage, update and submit documents as directed by the Project Manager.
-Assist the Project Manager in improving existing and developing and implementing new Production Scheduling processes.
-Working on other projects as directed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

-Must have at least two years of previous ship repair, ship building or equivalent experience.
-Must be able to obtain access and badging (RapidGate and BAVR) at Military installations.
-Must be able to pass drug screen and physical.

If you are interested in job position please email resume to msickert@pacship.com




DIRECTOR OF QUALITY
07-14-2016

Position requires extensive knowledge in the field of quality assurance as applied in the ship repair industry. Background should include course work in quality. Incumbent must have a record of successfully responding to the demands of department-wide administration as well as organizing, staffing and directing sound and balanced technical programs for achieving high quality in the work performed. Should possess developed interpersonal skills since resolving conflict situations, gaining cooperation from others and persuading others to action are all difficult to achieve in this position. Complex technical information and ideas must be communicated clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Past experience and certification as NDT Level III is beneficial.

Essential Job Abilities/Skills/Knowledge

1. Through subordinate inspection personnel, oversees and manages all quality assurance work done by the company so that quality tests and inspections are conducted and documented on a timely basis, in an effective manner, and in accordance with plans and budgets. Coordinates the submission of required Process Control Procedures to Customer for review and acceptance. Takes appropriate actions to eliminate conflicts and disruptions in departmental and interdepartmental activities related to quality assurance. Ensures that all defects uncovered by subordinate personnel, Naval inspectors, regulatory inspectors, and others are corrected in an expedient manner.

2. Plans, develops, and implements all phases of the quality assurance program for ship repair projects. Defines the overall strategy and administrative systems necessary to meet the quality assurance requirements of all the company's various repair contracts and provides a full program of vendor, subcontractor, receiving (including Government funded material), installation, operation inspections; nondestructive tests and analyses; welder qualification certification and maintenance of qualifications; and equipment calibration.

3. Continuously monitors and evaluates production work, material handling, and other company activities to prevent or obtain early correction of procedures or practices which may adversely affect final product quality.

4. Confers with subordinate supervisors and employees on grievances and conflicts. Initiates or approves all selection, transfer, promotion, evaluation, and termination of personnel within the department.

5. Ensures that subordinate staff is continually developed and trained. Designs and implements internal training programs. Monitors seminars, courses, and workshops from outside sources and arranges for subordinates to attend where applicable.

6. Prepares operating budget, short-term objectives, and long-range goals for department and submits them to top management for guidance and approval.

7. Meets with Navy and other industry quality assurance leaders and top management to explain and interpret quality assurance testing programs and problems and to help resolve major quality assurance issues associated with ship repair projects.

8. Keeps abreast of changes and new developments in the field of quality assurance within the marine industry and integrates them into the company's operations as appropriate. Complete knowledge of ISO Programs and compliance.




INSIDE MACHINIST
07-07-2016

Must have 3-5 years recent marine experience in trade and possess good mechanical skills and the ability to read blueprints and tech manuals.




OUTSIDE MACHINIST
07-05-2016

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.




INSULATOR/LAGGER LEADMEN
05-02-2016

Three to five years’ experience in all facets of lagging on military and commercial vessels. Knowledge of piping systems, layout patterns for hall board, application methods for piping, machinery, and vent systems. Strong understanding of blueprints, sketches, and ship diagrams. Possess knowledge of Navy ship spaces. Capable of directing workforce and crew direction. Understands material procurement, government specifications and MIL standards. Can utilize IDM system and work with other trades. Understands, complies and enforces Pacific Ship Repair QMS SOP’s, Pacific Ship Repair SOP’s, and Pacific Ship Repair Injury Prevention Program. Can work competently with Program Management and Government Representatives. Works with his/her tools while assisting/supervising a small working crew. Knowledge of asbestos abatement helpful and ability to obtain abatement certification preferred. Successful post-employment certification for driving condor, scissor-lift, forklift and pick-up. Skills in basic math and measuring, fabrication and installation. Must be able to access and move around ships safely, work at heights and in confined spaces with limited visibility. MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN RAPID GATE CREDENTIALS




MARINE ELECTRICIAN
05-02-2016

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 BE ABLE TO OBTAIN RAPID GATE CREDENTIALS




MARINE ELECTRICIAN QCI
05-02-2016

Must have 3 years 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 Department written test. Prefer US Navy E-5 or above. MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN RAPID GATE CREDENTIALS