General Dynamics - Bath Iron Works

Manager, Engineering

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Job Description

- Responsible for leading all D87 second shift Design Supervisors and their crews of Designers.
- Reports to the Director of Design and works closely with department resource managers to ensure work performed on second shift meets all quality, cost and schedule requirements.
• D87 POC for any department wide issues on second shift.
• Work directly with the Discipline Managers as their representative on second shift.
• Responsible for performance to schedule, budget and quality for all shipbuilder and LYS work assigned to second shift.
• Consistently looks ahead to head off problems before they become large problems.
• Performance evaluations, statusing and progressing work, hiring, honoring labor contracts and TAS verification



Required/Preferred Education/Training

BS degree preferred with a minimum of 12 years job related experience required; or minimum of 15 years job related experience required

Required/Preferred Experience


- Ten years of demonstrated experience with managing/supervising a team of 

  employees that produce a complex technical product required

 - Project management with a strong focus on "Earned Value Management"


 - Five years demonstrated experience working in a 3-D CAD environment


- Demonstrated ability to review and understand CAD Models and drawings

  across multiple disciplines preferred

- Knowledge of primary CAD design process in Class Design preferred

- Strong written and verbal skills

 - Strong computer skills with focus on Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel

 - Ability to develop accurate technical reports and give formal presentations in

  public forums for senior leadership as well as Navy points of contact

- Experience administering the BMDA contract

- Ability to communicate effectively across various levels of management

- Conflict resolution and organizational skills

- Willingness and desire to support continuous improvement efforts


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