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The pay range for this position ranges from $20.14/hr - $22.59/hr.
Maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of fixed plant machinery, tools, blast building operation along with Welding and Fabrication skills.
A physical job task analysis is available at the time of interview.
• DDG51 Class Onboard/Onsite Electrical/Electronic Systems Integration Fleet Service Engineer, responsible for planning, coordinating and supervising the correction of shipboard warranty, incomplete new construction and Government tasked emergent repairs in the areas of Electrical/Electronic Systems Integration.
• Investigate and determine the contractual responsibility for alleged guarantee items and/or incomplete new construction work items.
• Provide support to ship exercises, tests and surveys, including LOA, PDT&T, CSSQT, Final Contract Trials as required.
• Conduct daily interaction with the customer, including; Ship’s Commanding Officer and Crew, SSBA, PMS400D, Type Commander, Regional Maintenance Center, Port Engineer, FTSC (LANT/PAC), NAVSSES, etc.
• Serve as onboard/onsite Fleet Service representative resolving shipboard electrical/electronic system issues and/or supervising the execution of a project/work package.
• Provide Ship Class design and performance feedback and recommendations to the appropriate Government and LYS entities.
• Be on-call 24 hours/day, 365 days/year and prepared to travel on short notice anywhere in the world providing “quick response” customer service.
Provide on-call support to both BIW and NGSB ships during the shakedown period for control, instrumentation, network, alarm and indication, communication and electrical systems.
Lead integrated troubleshooting and diagnostic teams made up of various shipbuilder, vendor, NAVSEA, and NAVSSES personnel.
The primary responsibilities of this fast paced non-supervisory / non-buying role position in the Materials Division will be to perform Inventory Analyst/Material Coordinator functions in support of either the fabrication facilities or waterfront production, utilizing BIW MRP systems (MacPac and BMCS) and Supply Chain knowledge and experience.
This job position may interface with the Navy Customer and requires the material coordinator to provide accurate and timely status of all material for the particular ship or area assigned to them to all levels of management across departmental lines.
The individual may be called on to act in a project or team-leadership capacity working with a team that may include Engineering, Design, Production Planning or Production personnel.
The 1st shift position is expected to work from 0900-1730.
The 2nd shift position is expected to work from 1700-0100.
- Plan, organize and coordinate work for mechanics
- Ensure safe work conditions & implementation of safety requirements
- Ensure construction schedule and cost account adherence
- Ensure 1st time quality of all work accomplished
- Assign and status work orders/coordinate operational schedule
- Maintain & communicate with other supervisors to help achieve & maintain smooth work flow and high degree of productivity
- Support and administer union labor contract and ensure safety regulations
- Use electronic time accounting system to maintain employees regular work schedules and overtime
Permanent position located in Mayport, FL. 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.
The successful candidate will undergo extensive training to become a valued member of the BIW Logistics Configuration Data Manager (LCDM) team. The DDG 51 Class Functional Configuration Baseline Index (CFCBI) reflects the functionality and relationships among systems and functionally significant equipment installed onboard DDG 51 Class ships. BIW is tasked with CFCBI data management and maintenance for all DDG 51 Class Ships under the Lead Yard Service contract.
The CFCBI is developed using design products including but not limited to system diagrams, one line & cable block drawing, installation & functional drawings, and associated change products including PDA & PSA Work Items.
Technicians review design products to identify configuration worthy components, analyze the system functionality, and then develop a new or modify an existing functional hierarchy top down breakdown structure that coincides with the system or equipment functionality. Each CFCBI configuration record has its own individual discrete Hierarchical Structure Code (HSC) or Functional Group Code (FCG). Once the baseline is developed it is maintained to a current level of as built condition by incorporating changes from the baseline design products, drawing revisions, and updated material lists, directly into the Navy Data Repository.
This position will work as SharePoint Specialist on the IT Collaboration Services team, with a primary focus on delivery of SharePoint solutions.
The SharePoint Specialist will apply their knowledge of BIW processes and practices, and understanding of SharePoint capabilities, tools, and best practices, to align business goals with software capabilities. The Specialist will analyze and define requirements, develop and deploy SharePoint solutions of moderate complexity, and assist in the definition and deployment of more complex solutions.
A major focus will be on adoption and raising the organization’s understanding and proficiency of SharePoint. This will be done through direct engagement with customers, understanding business needs, creatively applying SharePoint tools to meet needs, and providing documentation and training, both formal and informal.
The Specialist will work under the guidance of the SharePoint architect, and within established governance policies and development practices. They will assist in further developing and revising policies and practices to reflect growing SharePoint deployments and use cases.
The Specialist will be expected to:
- Apply communication and problem-solving skills to actively assist the business on issues related to the design, development, deployment and operation of SharePoint solutions.
- Educate and train customers on guidelines or processes as needed and develop training content (webinars, documents, videos) and execute online and onsite training
- Collaborate with business users to identify acceptance criteria and potential test scenarios and ensure testing efforts align with delivered functionality.
- Work closely with developers, when applicable, to deliver a custom SharePoint business solution that meets the defined business requirements
- Contribute to the vision and execution of Collaboration Services, including SharePoint and Office 365 adoption across the organization
- Build, configure and maintain SharePoint/Team/Group sites and solutions
- Provide production support for SharePoint, SharePoint Online and Office 365 as an escalation resource
- Assist with the migration of the existing company’s intranet
- Maintain a safe work environment for employees and enforce safety policies and safe behaviors
- Plan, organize and coordinate work of mechanics on crew
- Ensure employees are executing inventory transactions in a manner that maintains an accurate inventory
- Perform analysis and maintenance of MacPac generated kit reports
- Interface routinely with Production Management , Production Control and Planning regarding material issues and status
- Effectively communicate and maintain a productive working relationship with the Hourly Team, Salaried Team, and Union Representatives.
- Provide leadership and mentoring to employees under your charge
- Use Work Force Management (WFM) to verify employee time cards.
Lead a team of project managers responsible for the planning and execution of projects funded under the Office of Naval Research Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) Program.
• Oversee formulating, planning and executing ManTech funded projects on behalf of BIW
• Lead efforts to engage multiple levels of expertise across BIW to identify optimal project candidates that support company strategic goals
• Seek alignment of BIW business applications with emerging technologies
• Collaborate with senior levels of ONR ManTech and peers industry wide
• Present project portfolio briefings at BIW, industry, and Navy forums
• Program Management
• Develop strategies and objectives for Man Tech activities in close concert with Strategic Planning, Value Stream and senior leadership
• Coordinate cross-project activities, ensuring consistency in project methodologies
• Lead and evaluate supporting project managers
• Work with project teams to develop and control deadlines, budgets and activities applying change, risk and resource management across project portfolio
• Assess program performance and aim to maximize ROI
• Assist project managers in resolving project issues requiring escalation
• As warranted, assist team by filling in on projects during absences such as vacation or other resource shortfalls
• Develop, monitor, and report progress on project plan and spend plan
• Participate in all project major milestone reviews (e.g., quarterly updates and Go/No Go project reviews) both BIW-internal and with ONR ManTech
• Perform other related duties as assigned
• Operating as BIW’s representative In support of ONR ManTech program, establish and maintain effective relationships with Navy Program Office, ONR ManTech program participants, other shipyards
• As required, present project updates and otherwise represent BIW interests in ManTech program reviews and related conferences; typically attending three to five ManTech reviews/conferences and three shipyard project presentations/year.
• Engage with a broad spectrum of innovative, processes and technologies as they may pertain to shipbuilding industry
• Seek opportunities to apply innovative processes and technologies to significantly advance BIW shipbuilding performance, quality, and safety
- This position reports to the Design Section Manager for 1000 Planning Yard & 51 PSA/PDA, acting as project coordinator for both programs.
- Interfaces daily with team members and internal customers. Interacting daily with the design floor to interpret their needs and requirements.
- Responsible for organizing and maintaining meeting invites for ship checking and design efforts.
- Responsible for hosting meetings and documenting meeting minutes, concerns, action items, and ensuring documents are properly uploaded to correct locations.
- Support ship check and travel efforts by coordinating ship access, base access, security requests, travel authorization, and shipping of team material.
- Support the maintenance of team polling logs for travel, and equipment documentation and sign-out.
- Support questions related to security access, travel, and expense reports for team members.
- Responsible for monitoring compliance to applicable procedures, practices, quality assurance policies, information technology policies, performance standards and specifications.
- Support team in verification of time accounting, schedules and charging.
- Support development of, and updates to, various processes and procedures.
- Organize and maintain program folder structure, routinely checking for correct file path maintenance.
The 2nd Shift Test Superintendent is responsible for the execution of the test program off of 1st shift. Responsibilities are for DDG 1000 and DDG 51 Class warships. Safety of personnel and equipment is paramount. The 2nd Shift Test Superintendent reports to the Chief Superintendent - Tests and Trials and will:
• Ensure all test and activation activities are conducted safely and in accordance with approved procedures.
• Coordinate test activities between shifts
• Work closely with counterparts in other BIW departments/divisions in problem solving and technical issue resolution.
• Work closely with the hull management team to coordinate test and construction activities
• Manage the activities of all trade working test activities outside of 1st shift
• Develop and maintain test schedules and resource plans
• Facilitate proficiency development of test mechanics and operators
• Foster and maintain a culture of safety in the workplace
Develop, implement, and manage the process for utilizing and allocating space within external areas in the shipyard. Focus includes managing space for unit storage, material laydown, facilities projects, and portable storage structures. Position also is responsible for working with Planning to coordinate unit moves and to ensure they are accomplished efficiently.
Responsibilities also include the following:
• Coordinate efforts with Operations representatives who have housekeeping responsibilities for facilities throughout the shipyard.
• Research and recommend infrastructure improvement plans with return on investment (ROI) calculations to justify expenditures.
• Ensure actions are consistent with Lean Six Sigma and OpEx policies.
• Communicate plans and progress to all levels of Management on a regular basis. Work with Operations and Facilities management to establish the process for maintaining future state visions for each major area of the main shipyard.
• Develop detailed plans to progress from current to future state in each area of the main yard.
- This position reports to the Director of Design, and provides technical and resource management for the Mechanical Design Discipline
- Responsible for managing all aspects of the three design teams which develop Mechanical Discipline Design 3D Models, Installation and Fabrication Drawings; these teams include Pipe, HVAC, and Machinery
- Coordinate with Planning and Production counterparts as necessary to ensure that all design deliverables are provided with first time Quality, and on time to support in-sequence incorporation
- Manage resource hiring and distribution across all Programs; performance goals through sound planning, personnel assignments, training and regular review of performance metrics
- Maintain an active program of professional and technical development of both salary and hourly design employees. Identify and resolve skill gaps through training and assignments
- Promote a safe work environment with all recognizable hazards corrected
- Enforce all company policies, procedures and relevant Collective Bargaining Agreements
- Responsible for schedule, quality and budgetary performance of design products that support Fabrication and interfaces with other disciplines across all programs
- Manage design processes and execution to ensure that quality, schedule and cost performance goals are achieved on all programs
- Facilitate communication between D87 and Production to ensure the design products meet the needs of the customer
- Manage all producibility (PX), SGAF driven projects within scope and budget requirements
- Interface with Engineering, Program Office, Change Management, Materials, Planning, Manufacturing, Navy and other design disciplines.
- Collect and Analyze Quality data and take corrective action as required meeting quality requirements of products produced
The Mechanical Engineering Department supports the design, construction and test of propulsion, auxiliary(piping) and ventilation systems and equipment on Naval surface combatants. Typical responsibilities include:
• Provide technical and project leadership for assigned systems, equipment and related tasks
• Develop and maintain equipment purchase specifications, diagrams and associated calculations
• Support of construction activities, including ship testing, system activation and sea trials
• Interface with Customers (Navy, Manufacturing, Procurement, QA, Contracts, Fleet Service Engineering, Planning Yard, and Detail Design) to resolve technical issues, recommend changes and maintain appropriate communications
• Develop, document and present technical position on requirements compliance issues related to design and construction within assigned area of cognizance
• Create CAE models that simulate ship system designs, and perform analyses and calculations using CAE applications
• Participate on or lead integrated product and process teams
• Develop and define ship system engineering requirements and relate them to top level performance requirements
Must be able to obtain a security clearance
- Provide technical and project leadership for main propulsion machinery shipboard equipment and systems (gas turbine and diesel engines, propellers, waterjets, reduction gears, steering gears, shafting, seals and generator sets etc.).
- Develop and maintain equipment technical purchase specifications, diagrams and calculations.
- Support ship construction activities, including ship testing, system activation and sea trials.
- Interface with customers (Navy, Manufacturing, Detail Design, Procurement, QA, etc.) to resolve technical issues, recommend changes and maintain technical documentation.
- Develop, document and present technical position on requirements compliance issues related to design and construction within assigned area of cognizance.
- Create CAE models that simulate ship system designs, and perform analysis and calculations using CAE applications.
- Participate in or lead integrated product and process teams.
- Develop and define ship system engineering requirements and relate them to top level performance requirements.
- Must be able to obtain a security clearance.
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
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).
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.
This position in the DDG 51 Engineering Project Office is responsible for the oversight/ direction of engineering and design activities on major new construction projects. This position will be a principal point of contact on assigned projects for customers and other BIW departments and will work closely with the discipline teams to meet project goals
• Leadership role in major projects, including areas of ship design, technical issue resolution, process improvement, and other internal projects as directed by management
• Pro-active in seeking out and resolving issues among engineering/ design disciplines
• Leadership role in developing budgets and reports for assigned projects. Supervise the analysis of program cost & schedule control data
• Leads significant meetings with management, customers, and stakeholders and represents assigned project’s cost, schedule and technical status
• Makes effective and professional presentations to audiences which may include senior management, owners and other VIPs
• Works with Program Office, Operations, Planning and Engineering teams to identify and mitigate risk
• Will be informed of priorities and be expected to schedule work as necessary to complete required tasks
• May supervise task teams in accomplishment of project work
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.
Report directly to the Post Delivery Engineering Planning Section Manager.
Develop Project Plans, Work Order tasking and Performance Data Metrics for the Planning Yard’s Engineering and Design Sections in the support of the Navy contracts.
Develop quantitative performance metrics to support the Post Delivery Planning of the Navy’s Ships.
Work with cross-functional data and business applications across Engineering, Design, Program Finance, Estimating, Procurement and Manufacturing Sections to ensure data quality.
Develop, compute, track, and continuously validate data metrics.
Identify and implement streamlined processes for data reporting and communication, to identify insights to drive key decisions across leadership and the organization.
Support various ad hoc projects, as needed, in support of the organization.
Must be able to work independently and as part of the team environment.