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Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of boiler plant, air compressors, breathing air compressors along with associated dryer/purifiers and adiabatic cooling tower. Provide support to piping service, but not limited to piping installations, welding, troubleshooting, and repair of yard water, sewer, steam condensate and plumbing systems. Operation of boiler plant and air compressors.
Req ID
2022-3343
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
2
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
- Provide armed Security for all BIW facilities. - Follow all company and department operating procedures. - Write incident reports and maintain logs. - Must be able to work fixed posts, waterborne assignments and conduct walking checks of facilities.
Req ID
2022-3328
Post End Date
12/18/2022
Remaining Positions
7
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The pay range for this position ranges from $25.14/hr - $27.88/hr This is a experienced level position to work in the Maintenance Electrical trade. Applicants will be assigned any Maintenance Electrical trade function with limited assistance from a more experienced Maintenance Electrical employee, including (but not limited to): - Perform electrical hook-ups, repairs, and operational testing of Manufacturing Machinery and Plant Electrical Distribution Systems throughout BIW Facilities - Work will be performed within National Electrical Code and BIW safety guideline
Req ID
2022-3320
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
6
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
BIW is hiring for two open position that will be filled as either a Program Cost Analyst III or Senior Program Cost Analyst based on skills and experience.  The Program Cost Analyst III / Senior Program Cost Analyst is responsible for maintaining and reporting on the financial and contractual health of BIW 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.  The basic core job functions are listed (but are not limited to) below: - Applicants must be proficient or capable of quickly becoming proficient with Earned Value Management (EVM) system software tools, such as Deltek Cobra, Open Plan, PM Compass and wInsight - Demonstrate analytic and presentation skills - Support the Earned Value Management progress cycles - Support project controls management, including baseline schedule development and management, performance status and reporting, baseline change control, risk management, estimates at complete, earned value management guidance and tools - Drive procedure and process improvements within Program Controls - Ensure that project controls processes are consistently applied across the project - Support Program Office and all functional areas within Program - Maintain EVM System Description Document ensuring compliance - Ensure Deliverables are of acceptable quality and are submitted on time - Develop and deliver EVMS training - Responsible for internal & external performance reporting
Req ID
2022-3308
Post End Date
10/16/2022
Remaining Positions
2
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Responsibilities for this position include: - Plan, organize and coordinate work for mechanics - Ensure safe work conditions & implementation of safety - Ensure construction schedule adherence and cost account adherence - Ensure first time quality of all work and status MACPAC work orders/coordinate operational schedule; maintain and communicate with other supervisors - Achieve and maintain smooth work flow and high degree of productivity - Support and administer labor contract and follow regulations - Use electronic Time Accounting System (WFM) to maintain employees time and overtime daily
Req ID
2022-3302
Post End Date
10/10/2022
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The pay range for this position ranges from $28.00/hr - $29.00/hr.     This is an experienced position to work in the Shipfitting Trade. Applicants will be assigned any Shipfitter trade function, including (but not limited to): • Fabrication of complex items such as entire deck sections, grating assemblies, critical foundations, etc., using fabrication sketches and drawings. • Installing items on units or on ships including (but not limited to): machinery components and shafting equipment, ordinance foundations, exterior fittings and railing, etc. using blue prints. • Fabricating and installing complex assemblies such as shell plating assemblies onto mocks and ensuring completion of accurate assemblies in accordance with drawings and Accuracy Control plans. • Ability to work independently and solve daily installation/layout challenges with a minimal of assistance.  
Req ID
2022-3300
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
9
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Bath Iron Works is seeking a candidate who enjoys a high-energy, high-impact environment to join its Surveying team. In this role as a Surveyor, you’ll work in all areas of the shipyard from initial plate layout through ship delivery. The surveyors works with all trades, levels of the organization and with Accuracy Control Engineers to provide required data to support the construction process. Ship construction surveyors are responsible for the layout of plate, unit, and ship construction control lines, installation and alignments of major equipment and the monitoring of the ship in its various stages of construction to ensure construction and fit-up tolerances are met.
Req ID
2022-3291
Post End Date
1/1/2023
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The pay range for this position ranges from $26.79/hr - $27.88/hr. This is an experienced level position to work in the Insulation trade. Insulators primarily install various types of insulation on structure, piping, tanks, and ventilation. Insulators may be assigned to any of the I02 trade tasks.
Req ID
2022-3286
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
8
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
  Apprenticeship is an educational and career opportunity unlike any other, and is often equated to as a $250,000 scholarship. We offer high quality, comprehensive apprenticeship opportunities for highly motivated students interested in getting a college degree while being launched into a successful shipbuilding career (https://gdbiw.com/careers/apprenticeship-programs/). Since 1950, the BIW Apprentice School has produced over 1,300 graduates in support of the operational needs of Bath Iron Works. Every day, our apprentices push new boundaries of achievement and explore new opportunities in a complex and challenging workplace. Come with us and earn while you learn, and gain the pride that comes with building ships for the United States Navy. The program combines both academic and on-the-job training that, upon completion, provides at a minimum coursework leading to an Associate of Science degree, but could also lead to a full bachelor’s or master’s degree. In addition to a college education, BIW Apprentices may receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship from the State of Maine and a diploma signifying graduation from the prestigious BIW Apprentice School. Popular apprenticeship offerings are listed below. Apprentices are selected and hired to the program as vacancies occur.  On-the-job training begins immediately after hire, while academic course work begins within the first six months of the apprenticeship.  Upon completion, you will remain gainfully employed in your residing occupation.  However, you will be positioned well for advancement into a variety of professional occupations needed throughout company.   Basic Programs - Designer - Planning Tech - Surveyor - Carpenter - Marine Electrician - Shipfitter - Machinist - Outside Machinist - Tinsmith - Pipefitter - Welder - Insulator - Preservation Technician - Rigger - Safety Inspector - Stage Builder - Maintenance Electric & HVAC - Maintenance Mechanic   Advanced Programs - Advanced Waterfront Operations - Accuracy Control - Designer - Production Planning - Front Line Supervision - Cost Analyst - Marine Engineering - Supply Chain Management - Purchasing   Intercollegiate Athletics at The BIW Apprentice School? The intercollegiate athletic program provides apprentices with an opportunity to participate in college athletics at the Division III level in a variety of varsity sports.  While we currently have well-established wrestling, track and field, and golf teams, our hope is to bring on basketball, and baseball in the coming years.  If you are interested, please send an email to BIWRA@gdbiw.com.
Req ID
2022-3262
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
50
Job Locations US-ME-Bath | US-ME-Brunswick | US-ME-Bath
Level II Visual Inspector (VT) inspecting of ships structure and pipe. The inspection process requires both final and in process inspections of, location, fit up and welds.Provide oversite on quality of various products manufactured at Bath Iron Works. Interact with production supervision and other customers both internal and external on structure, outfitting, and piping.  
Req ID
2022-3261
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
3
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The pay range for this position ranges from $26.79/hr - $27.88/hr.   This is an experienced level position performing pipefitting processes such as fabrication, assembly, installation, and testing of ship piping systems, including associated hangers, which are either welded, brazed, or mechanically joined. These processes may be performed in all areas of the shipyard including shipboard as well as various production buildings. Hires to this position may be assigned to perform any Pipefitting tasks. A physical job task analysis is available at the time of interview.
Req ID
2022-3252
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
9
Job Locations US-ME-Brunswick
The Program Controls Supervisor is responsible for supporting the DDG 51 Planning Yard contract and acting in a supervisory capacity for the Program Controls/Financial analysts executing scope at the individual contributor level.  This support will consist of reporting performance and status of this contract/program to the Program Controls Manager, DDG 51 Planning Yard Program Office; DDG 51 Planning Yard Navy customer and acting as an agent of the Program Controls organization in both assisting and educating all functional areas of the program as needed/required.   The core functions the Program Controls Supervisor will be responsible for his/her team performing are maintaining and reporting on the financial and contractual health of the DDG 51 Planning Yard contract.  This includes applying project management principles to assigned projects while performing financial analysis, 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 challenges of maintaining cost and schedule objectives on the DDG 51 Planning Yard contract.  The basic core job functions this individual will be responsible for ensuring are completed at a high level are listed (but are not limited to) below:     - Manage staff of 4 Program Cost Analysts supporting the DDG 51 Planning Yard contract - Track & status the overall project lifecycle of the DDG 51 Planning Yard contract (Cost, Schedule, Budget, etc.) - Responsible for the Obligation and Operational Planning of the DDG 51 Planning Yard contract - Responsible for maintaining and auditing all cost data for accuracy and data integrity - Work cross-departmentally with multiple functions/organizations in effort to achieve program financial goals   - 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
2022-3251
Post End Date
10/23/2022
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The pay for this position ranges from $26.79/hr to $27.88/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
2022-3244
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
18
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Pay range for this position is $25.69/hr to 27.33/hr.   This is an experienced level position to work in the Sandblasting Trade.  Applicants may be assigned any S06 Trade tasks, including (but not limited to): blasting, tending, grit removal, set-up of equipment, building tents, machine repair, operation of mobile equipment, and snow/ice removal.     
Req ID
2022-3237
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
16
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Pay range for this position is $26.79-$27.88.   This is an experienced position to work as a Yard Rigger. Applicants may be assigned to a variety of Yard Rigger Trade tasks, including (but not limited to): selecting and assembling rigging gear, determining load capacities of gear, attaching and un-attaching loads to lifting gear, give direction to crane operators with hand signals or radio, operate radio controlled cranes, perform complex hand rigging, complex lifts, engineered lifts, drift lifts, operate mobile equipment, inspect rigging gear, and perform basic crane operations.
Req ID
2022-3232
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
5
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Pay range for this position is $26.24-$27.88/hr.   This is an experienced level position to work as a Crane Operator. Applicants may be assigned any Crane Operator Trade tasks that they are trained and qualified to perform.
Req ID
2022-3228
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
7
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Pay range for this position is $26.79-$27.88.   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
2022-3226
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Remaining Positions
14
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing Navy crews with hull specific Training and/or Familiarization/Indoctrination in both the formal classroom and shipboard hands-on environment, in support to DDG 51 Class ships. Primary areas of instruction will include, but are not limited to: operation, maintenance and doctrinal application of DDG 51 Class FLT IIA propulsion and auxiliary systems. In addition, the candidate will serve as a training and Fam/Indoc program's propulsion subject matter expert and will further play a major role in evaluating the material condition and training readiness of Bath built ships in preparation for Light-Off-Assessments (LOA's) and crew certification. Specific responsibilities include:  - Develop, update and teach curriculum in a formal classroom setting, to include PowerPoint material.  - Support Manufacturing personnel in the execution of shipboard hands-on indoctrination.  - Serve as a counterpart to PRE-COM crew Engineering Department personnel, providing guidance and assistance as required to influence the successful transition of ship and crew into the operational fleet.  - Observe, assess and train ships personnel in the conduct of practical hands-on application of standard Navy documentation, programs and doctrine: i.e. EOP, EOSS, EOCC, SDOSS, PMS, MSFD, Electrical Safety, etc.  - Assist in training the ships DCTT and ETT.
Req ID
2021-3211
Post End Date
11/6/2022
Remaining Positions
2
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
- Oversees employee defined benefit and defined contribution plans.  Serves as primary liason between internal management and plan administrator to facilitate proper utilization of benefit.  - Prepare monthly reports and financial statements needed to fund multiemployer pension plan (IAM). - Conducts retirement and benefits-related calculations and analysis. Has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices and procedures as it relates to defined benefit pension plans and defined contribution retirement plans. - Coordinates with actuaries, plan administrators, accountants, and other professionals to provide verified and compiled data for administration of benefits. - Support department by providing coverage for walk-ins, telephonic, and email support. - Conducts group benefits presentations for and/or individual interviews with employees regarding retirement and pension options. - Provides counsel and advice to employees/participants on benefits related issues/questions and/or refers employees to service providers as appropriate. - Participates in resolving retirement benefits problems via internal and vendor collaboration. - Assists with data requests and analyses for audit, budget, compliance and labor contract negotiation purposes. - Provides ad hoc program coordination for discreet programs across all Benefits areas. - Act as backup to Benefits Specialists for Health and Welfare benefit plans. - Maintains knowledge of legal and regulatory changes, trends, and other developments affecting retirement benefits. - Ensures retirement plans are administered in accordance with company, state, and federal guidelines and regulations.  
Req ID
2021-3082
Post End Date
11/30/2022
Remaining Positions
1
Job Locations US-WA-Everett
This is a year round position located in Everett, WA.   Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   Designer - Perform ship checks to support DDG design development. - Development of ship alteration drawings for repair / alteration of ships in the fleet.   Designer / On-Site Rep (OSR) - Acting in a liaison capacity supporting the local PMR, NWRMC, and their Installing Agents (IA) with the installation of maintenance and / or modernization alterations during the ships scheduled CNO availabilities. - Support emergent waterfront issues and interface directly with the customer on the waterfront, Ship's Force, and GDBIW Engineers / Designers in Maine.     Designer Benefits package includes. - Annual wage and promotion increases. - Flexible work schedules. - Vacation/Sick time options. - 401k matching.  
Req ID
2021-3040
Post End Date
11/6/2022
Remaining Positions
2

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