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Job Locations US-ME-Brunswick
The Senior Program Cost Analyst/Program Cost Analyst III is responsible for maintaining and reporting on the financial and contractual health of the Post Delivery/Planning Yard contracts.  This includes applying project management principles to assigned projects, as well as day to day maintenance of our cost systems and data reporting platforms.  An overarching tenet of the department's direction is to continue to develop, design & implement new/revised policies, procedures, tools & techniques to manage the growing volume of scope on the Post Delivery contracts.  The basic core job functions are listed (but are not limited to) below:   • Track team wide funding depletion status & burn rate in fast paced, dynamic Post Delivery environment • Collaborate with Program Office Work Plan Managers to assess funding needs • Manage and coordinate the Obligation Plan for annual work requirements - working with Navy and BIW Program Offices • Establish & maintain contract budget baselines • Implement & update Program Estimates at Complete • Compile & monitor Program performance metrics • Support PMO/Procurement groups with development, analysis & maintenance of material estimates & cost tracking/performance • Partner with Estimating group to incorporate proposal-stage estimates into baseline work to be performed and monitored • Support Program Office and all functional areas within Program • Interface & liaise with subcontractors & Navy Program Office • Manage & maintain BIW Cost System for program/contract • Responsible for internal & external performance reporting
Req ID
2021-2959
Post End Date
6/17/2021
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The pay range for this position ranges from $23.82/hr - $26.28/hr.   Install of ships equipment which includes general machinery, main machinery, weapons systems, remote operating gear etc. which involves layout, tacking, grinding, drilling, reaming, spot facing, bolting, torqueing, testing etc. (but not limited to). And/or Responsible for safely activating, testing and operating of ships, main propulsion and auxiliary systems in accordance with approved procedures, practices and policies. Responsible to comply with approved Departmental Operating Instructions. Read and interpret test memos. Participate in sea trials and work list ship systems to provide direction to the construction mechanics.
Req ID
2021-2953
Post End Date
12/31/2021
Remaining Positions
8
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Provide craft based technical and resource management across areas. Facilitate movement of resources to balance and optimize cost and schedule outcomes.   Responsibilities include: - Ensure practices/processes are safe and in line with policies/ procedures - Provide and implement solutions to resource plan requirements through personnel moves, loans, transfers, hiring and other movements of the Yard Rigger, Crane Operator, Stagebuilder and Carpenter trade classifications - Determine personnel moves (who) in accordance with staffing plans that optimize mechanic skills to assignments - Identify and resolve skill inadequacies through training, assignment, hiring, and other movements of personnel - Develop and support craft based technical development of supervisors and mechanics - Be very visible on the deck plates and all areas of the yard to provide support, communication and greater trade identity for responsible crafts - Provide leadership and single point authority in determining trade preferred practices - Work with area based management to assign resources and resolve craft oriented deck plate problems - Provide management of any other craft organized resources, such as for administration, training - Joint responsibility with Area Management for trade performance - Analyze and develop safety policies, procedures and give quarterly safety presentations as needed - Ensure best usage of trade facilities (shop, tooling) - Learn and manage the SPMTs and Transporter, as needed; the TTS system and translations of ships and mega moves - Learn and manage all aspects of the operations of cranes - Help manage transportation - Learn and help manage all aspects of stage building, jacking, erecting and leveling units
Req ID
2021-2948
Post End Date
7/30/2021
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Database Technician (Wage Step C - AAA / $28.30 to $33.65/hour)   Support Microsoft Access database design and maintenance throughout the Company. Support project managers, Planning and IT with database management needs Provide expert user support via the Microsoft Office Help Desk Run critical database update scripts Off hours and/or overtime support early mornings, evenings and/or weekends may be required.
Req ID
2021-2945
Post End Date
6/27/2021
Remaining Positions
2
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
These Buyer positions are to fill openings in the General Materials Commodities area, Purchase Specification area and Support Services area of the procurement organization. With support, buyer establishes and manages sourcing and contracting projects to affect the bottom line savings for the company. Develops / compiles solicitation documents, with guidance, and leads the sourcing and contracting process including supplier search, proposal evaluation, source selection, and contract negotiations (cost, price, terms, and award) with support. Select indices and analyze impact on bottom line to support economic price adjustments throughout the life of the contract with support if needed. Advises suppliers on specifications and sourcing procedures, policies, business practices and contract interpretation. Receives and interprets customers' post submission proposal clarifications and/or deficiencies. Knowledge of price analysis sufficient to review unique proposals against previous history, actual and estimated expenditures, and established rates to determine price reasonableness or to determine a negotiation position. Negotiates contracts, modifications, services, and/or teaming agreements consistent with company policies. Maintains up-to-date status and intel of all aspects of responsibilities Interacts with management and/or mentor to resolves issues. Prepares standard contract documentation (e.g., casefile memo, price analysis, negotiation plan and results) i/a/w departmental procedures. Enters contract data into appropriate forms and databases. Manages shipments and work with QA and Suppliers to resolve any quality discrepancies
Req ID
2021-2938
Post End Date
8/1/2021
Remaining Positions
11
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
This requisition is for (1) Facility Furniture Mover.   An Administrative Technician provides support to Managers, Foremen, Supervisors, represented employees and Union officials. Must be able to maintain manual and electronic files, perform general office support functions, answer phones, take messages, mail distribution, input data electronically, fax and photocopying duties, furniture moving, records retention assignments and mail distribution. Must be capable of working in a fast paced environment with distractions, have the ability to multi-task and possess good people skills.
Req ID
2021-2929
Post End Date
6/30/2021
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The Trade Training Coordinator ensures that accurate, quality, trade specific classroom and hands on training is provided to all new hires to prepare them to safely perform the essential functions of their trade. Direct over site of all O04 mechanics to ensure that they meet the requirements outlined on the Basic skills matrix and keep it updated. Work with trade front line supervisors and assistant superintendents on the specific training needs of each mechanic assigned.   This job includes, but is not limited to, working at all Bath Iron Works training Facilities with the responsibilities of developing and delivering training modules on the following topics: • Trade specific safety practices • Trade tools, jigs and machine operations • Trade terminology • Trade related documentation (e.g., work orders, drawings, sketches, revision notices, DOIs)   This job also includes: • Monitor trade training delivery to ensure quality instruction • Provide input for the 120 and 240 hour probationary employee evaluations. • Conduct musters and account for trainees. • Establish Training Schedules • Develop assessment processes • Document all training in LMS
Req ID
2021-2927
Post End Date
6/30/2021
Remaining Positions
2
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Responsible for conducting analyses of production operations throughout assigned area, including capacity analysis and planning, capability studies, evaluations of the physical attributes of work centers, material flows and routings, planning and scheduling rules, manpower planning processes, planned vs. actual metrics analysis, and evaluation of new manufacturing technologies. This role will communicate with vendors, staff, and management personnel regarding purchases, procedures, product specifications, manufacturing capabilities, and project status. Work will be appropriate to the position/experience level.   Typical tasks include the following: • Partner with Production Supervision/Management, sharing ownership for the performance of manufacturing processes in area of responsibility • Develop / maintain standard work processes, standard operating procedures and methods that are based in lean principles (product families, value streams, create flow, create pull etc.) • Define customer demand targets for processes and production areas, and ensure production meets the targets • Develop/maintain value stream maps, process diagrams, calculations, and other documentation • Determine the cost drivers for manufacturing processes • Define sequence of operations to fabricate and assemble parts • Perform manufacturing capacity and capability studies and analysis • Determine/understand the capability, capacity and staffing requirements of processes/equipment in the plant to produce product to specifications, at the rate necessary to meet the production schedule, and identify any discrepancies • Analyze statistical data and product specifications to determine/maintain production standards • Analyze material storage and handling facilities and methodologies to enable flow • Provide supporting analysis to assist in determination of staffing requirements, labor utilization standards, and recommendations for appropriate staffing plans related to assigned areas. • Work with Reliability Engineering to define proactive maintenance requirements to maximize equipment availability • Lead daily operational trouble shooting and problem solving, achieving best for customer outcomes • Develop new production processes as necessary, developing and evaluating operational requirements, analyzing requirements, and developing specifications • Lead for transferring new products to Manufacturing in area of responsibility • Provide input on manufacturability in the new product development process • Drive continuous improvement in area of responsibility, leading front line data collection and analysis activities, and recommending product design for manufacturability (DFM) changes • Work with Engineering/Maintenance Manager, Production Manager, and Production supervisors to define desired future state and establish improvement priorities • Developing recommendations for capital and non-capital improvements for increasing capability and ensuring guaranteed turn around times • Provide feedback / coaching to associates on how to improve performance to meet customer demand • Providing employees with technical direction and adequate training for implemented change
Req ID
2021-2922
Post End Date
6/18/2021
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Plan, organize, and coordinate work of mechanics Ensure quality and timeliness of work Ensure work is completed within budgeted parameters Assign and status MACPAC work orders Coordinate operational schedule Support and administer union contract Ensure safety regulations are adhered to Communicate with other supervisors to help achieve and maintain smooth work flow and high degree of productivity Use electronic Work Force Management (WFM) to maintain employees' daily time including overtime
Req ID
2021-2905
Post End Date
12/31/2021
Remaining Positions
2
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Responsibilities of an Electrical Test Supervisor include, but are not limited to: Planning, organizing, and supervising work performed by a crew of electrical (E02) mechanics and technicians. Ensuring safety of the crew. Motivating and leading the crew to complete work. Communicating effectively and working collaboratively with various trades. Setting and managing cost and schedule expectations daily. Providing daily status of shipboard testing activities and managing changing priorities.
Req ID
2021-2903
Post End Date
8/15/2021
Remaining Positions
2
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Responsibilities include: - Plan, organize, and manage work for Electrical mechanics - Ensure safe work conditions and adherence to safety requirements/regulations - Ensure construction schedule adherence and cost accounting - Ensure first time quality of all work accomplished - Assign, status, and manage work orders; coordinate operational schedules - Understand, support, and administer the union labor contract - Communicate with fellow supervisors to help achieve a smooth work flow and a high degree of productivity - Use electronic Time Accounting System (WFM) to maintain employees time, overtime, and work order charges on a daily basis  
Req ID
2020-2880
Post End Date
8/15/2021
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Provide department based technical and resource management across area. Act as the primary lead for structural outfit and ships completion related construction activities. Responsibilities across assigned area include: • Lead the execution of structural outfit and ships completion activities to support ship construction schedules and budgets • Provide technical guidance, training, and oversight to supervisors and mechanics performing structural outfit and ships completion construction activities • Develop procedures and best practices to ensure that work is performed safely and with first time quality supporting broader trade process improvement. Fosters and initiates continuous process improvement • Work with area management to assign resources to include support to broader trade decisions on personnel moves, loans, transfers or hiring/layoff • Accept joint responsibility with area management for trade performance; plans, organizes, and coordinates the work and worker within area to maximize efficiency of mechanics - plays integral role in BPR and ABR process • Supervise trade Leadmen monitoring process and process control compliance including safety • Manages cross Program structural outfit and unit make up priorities and needs interfacing with other trades and area management and works to resolve department deck plate problems • Supports skill assessment and coordinates training (school and OJT) required to support assigned work • Controls trade specific equipment, tool and jig logistics including PM Program, Storage, Repairs • POC for Shipfitting quality issues - including assisting with CAR root cause analysis and correction of cause • May periodically run a crew in addition to Assistant Superintendent duties.
Req ID
2020-2877
Post End Date
7/25/2021
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-VA-Norfolk
Permanent position located in Norfolk, VA. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Acting in a liaison capacity supporting the local PMR, MARMC, and their Installing Agents (IA) with the installation of maintenance and/ or modernization alterations during the ships scheduled CNO availabilities. • Perform ship checks to support DDG design development. Packages must be developed in such a manner that they can serve as a basis for design development. • Generate design for ship alterations as required. • Investigate emergent waterfront issues and interface directly with the waterfront community and Ship's Force.
Req ID
2020-2868
Post End Date
6/18/2021
Remaining Positions
4
Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
Permanent position located in San Diego, CA. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Acting in a liaison capacity supporting the local PMR, SWRMC, and their Installing Agents (IA) with the installation of maintenance and/ or modernization alterations during the ships scheduled CNO availabilities. • Perform ship checks to support DDG design development. Packages must be developed in such a manner that they can serve as a basis for design development. • Generate design for ship alterations as required. • Investigate emergent waterfront issues and interface directly with the waterfront community and Ship's Force.
Req ID
2020-2860
Post End Date
6/18/2021
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The pay for this position ranges from $20.14/hr to $22.59/hr. This is an intermediate level position to work within the Marine Electrical Trade.  Applicants may be assigned to a variety of E02 tasks, including (but not limited to): fabrication, lay-out, and installation of foundations (using welding equipment); layout and installation of wire-ways; installation of electrical equipment; installation of cables; banding of cables to wire-ways; packing of cable penetrations; cut-in and hookup of cables to equipment. Applicants must be able to perform this work in all areas of the shipyard to include shipboard, in production buildings, on the LLTF, in the dry dock, or on ships in the water.  
Req ID
2020-2858
Post End Date
12/31/2021
Remaining Positions
12
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
* The pay range for this position ranges from $16.45/hr - $18.91/hr. This is an entry level position to work within the Marine Electrical Trade.  Applicants may be assigned to a variety of E02 tasks, including (but not limited to): fabrication, lay-out, and installation of foundations (using welding equipment); layout and installation of wire-ways; installation of electrical equipment; installation of cables; banding of cables to wire-ways; packing of cable penetrations; cut-in and hookup of cables to equipment. Applicants must be able to perform this work in all areas of the shipyard to include shipboard, in production buildings, on the LLTF, in the dry dock, or on ships in the water.
Req ID
2020-2857
Post End Date
12/31/2021
Remaining Positions
91
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The pay for this position ranges from $23.82/hr to $26.28/hr. This is an experienced level position to work within the Marine Electrical Trade. Applicants may be assigned to a variety of E02 tasks, including (but not limited to): fabrication, lay-out, and installation of foundations (using welding equipment); layout and installation of wire-ways; installation of electrical equipment; installation of cables; banding of cables to wire-ways; packing of cable penetrations; cut-in and hookup of cables to equipment; verification of installations. Contingent on an applicant's previous educational background and subject to internal progression models; this opportunity could lead to advancement within the Test and Activation area of the Electrical Trade. Applicants must be able to perform this work in all areas of the shipyard to include shipboard, in production buildings, on the LLTF, in the dry dock, or on ships in the water.  
Req ID
2020-2847
Post End Date
12/31/2021
Remaining Positions
18
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
* Job Description: Entry level welding position, with starting pay ranging from $21.35 - $23.82. Perform welding in all positions (laying down, kneeling, standing, overhead) Must be comfortable working in confined spaces and at heights over 6 feet Be able to carry/lift and setup welding equipment ranging from 20-66lbs Must be able to work inside/outside
Req ID
2020-2822
Post End Date
12/31/2021
Remaining Positions
88
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Pay range for this position is $23.82-$26.28.   This is an experienced level position to work in the Preservation Technician Trade. Applicants may be assigned any P10 Trade tasks, but will initially be assigned paint shop functions including (but not limited to): cleaning, sweeping, water removal, pneumatic tools, grinding, painting or snow shoveling.  
Req ID
2020-2821
Post End Date
12/31/2021
Remaining Positions
33
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Pay range for this position is $20.14-$22.59.   This is a mid-level position to work in the Preservation Technician Trade. Applicants may be assigned any P10 Trade tasks, but will initially be assigned paint shop functions including (but not limited to): cleaning, sweeping, water removal, pneumatic tools, grinding, painting or snow shoveling.  
Req ID
2020-2820
Post End Date
12/31/2021
Remaining Positions
30

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