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- 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 (TAS) to maintain employees time and overtime daily
This program is designed to further develop talented individuals for Front Line Supervision (FLS). It is a comprehensive 2-year apprenticeship opportunity for highly motivated individuals interested in taking college coursework while being launched into the Operations Division. Embedded as an actual FLS, participants develop professionally, technically and personally through a structured two year Operations Development Apprenticeship Program (ODAP). Using supervisory competencies as an organized coaching platform and leveraging existing organizational strengths and innovation, including special job rotations, the Leadership Academy, and strategically timed on-the-job experiences, the ODAP prepares apprentices to be supervisors as they transition legitimately but gently into the supervision community.
The process is a developmental journey where apprentices, organized in cohorts, participate together in four strategically interactive components: 1) supervisory management competency coaching, in which apprentices meet with instructors to set individual goals; 2) an activity package, which features collective writings and journaling exercises; 3) the Apprentice Log, a record of the apprentice's achievements; and 4) cohort meetings, where apprentices meet, explore management and leadership concepts, reflect on how to apply those concepts, grow stronger as a network, and engage in their development.
The program prepares participants to meet performance expectations in two critical completion requirements: first, a superior level of working proficiency in the supervisory qualification standards; and second, a demonstrated ability to lead a team of shipbuilders by completing a significant amount of time as a legitimate supervisor. Graduates will be less burdened by a lack of confidence in their ability to successfully manage a production crew; better prepared to assume leadership roles and responsibilities, communicate effectively, and inspire high-performing teamwork; and empowered to make better decisions and stimulate innovative solutions.
Roles and Responsibilities of selected candidates:
1. Proactively use every ODAP opportunity and experience to increase knowledge of BIW business practices.
2. Complete assignments/projects on time to support rotational departments' workload.
3. Develop overall knowledge of shipbuilding processes and managerial skills during area rotations.
4. Manage work in a given area by coordinating cognizant stakeholder efforts.
5. Actively participate in implementing and monitoring continuous process improvement initiatives to improve safety and quality, and reduce cycle time and costs.
6. Attend and participate in assigned learning events.
The pay range for this position ranges from $23.82/hr - $26.28/hr
This is a experienced level position to work in the Maintenance Electric and HVAC Trade. Applicants will be assigned any M21 trade function with limited assistance from a more experienced M21, 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 guidelines.