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This position will work as a Technical Business Analyst on the IT Collaboration Services team, with a primary focus on delivery of SharePoint solutions. The business analyst is responsible for discovering, synthesizing, and analyzing information from a variety of sources and creating and delivering SharePoint, SharePoint Online and Office 365 business solutions. A major focus will be on adoption and raising the organization’s understanding and proficiency of SharePoint.
Under guidance of the SharePoint architect, and working within governance policies and development practices, the SharePoint Business Analyst will work with business customers to understand their requirements, align business goals with software capabilities, and implement SharePoint solutions.
The business analyst 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 trains 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 SP 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
Assist in the execution of our Lean Manufacturing strategy through implementation of lean principles and concepts that focus on elimination of waste and non-value added activities:
• Plan and develop policies, procedures, run rules, and long-term operational requirements that foster a commitment to Lean and its principles;
• Provide leadership, mentoring and support for green belts and process improvement team leaders;
• Identify and execute cross-functional cost reduction projects ("black belt projects");
• Support the Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) program in all facets - including Lean Six Sigma, Process Improvement Initiatives, Shipbuilder Initiatives, etc.
• Provide employees with technical direction, management direction, and adequate training to ensure consistent quality and efficiency through job knowledge;
• Report to management, customers, and vendors to monitor project status and to coordinate work activities;
• Ensure quality and timeliness of work and completion within budget;
• Support and administer labor contract and ensure safety regulations;
• Effectively communicate with employees, management and professional personnel to help achieve and maintain smooth work flow and high productivity;
• Plan, organize, and deliver education and training on Lean Manufacturing across all operations departments and areas.
• Perform structural analysis of Naval Surface Combatant hull structure, utilizing software and traditional hand calculation techniques involving application of commercial industry standards and requirements.
• Apply engineering judgment, experience, technical skills, and applicable Codes, Standards and Regulations to complete structural analysis of both Ship’s and temporary steel structure in support of rigging arrangements, transportation configurations, and temporary support.
• Provide engineering analysis in support of manufacturing methods and tools for ship construction. Primary efforts center on: lifting and handling of ship components weighing in excess of 50 tons and of varying complexity, temporary ship support, as well as jigs, fixtures, lifting devices and custom tools used in the ship construction process.
• Specify lifting lug locations, temporary back up structure if required, rigging and transportation arrangements, welded connection details and non-destructive testing requirements.
• Generate documentation to communicate lifting and handling information to the Trades
• Work with transportation equipment: Self Propelled Modular Transporters, Shipyard Transporter, and TTS System to move structural components at various stages of completion, including final translation and launch.
• Routinely interface with manufacturing personnel on the deck plates to provide guidance as necessary.
• Participate in or lead technical interchanges on issues with customers such as U. S. Navy (NAVSEA and Supervisor of Shipbuilding), or others as required.
• Work with other engineers in a manufacturing environment with emphasis on safety and quality.
Provide technical and resource management primarily for the General Laborer Department across all areas of the shipyard.
• Ensure that Trade employees are adequately trained to safely perform jobs prior to assignment.
• Manage personnel assignments to meet a variety of needs throughout the shipyard. Work with Area and Trade management to identify needs and work solutions on a weekly basis.
• Interface directly with Supervisors to ensure that General Laborers receive clear performance goals and feedback, and are given opportunities for continued learning.
• Maintain a professional working environment within the trade, including resolution of personnel issues in a timely manner.
• Facilitate personnel moves, loans, and facility or shift assignments.
• Manage and issue discipline to employees, as required.
• Monitor probationary evaluations and merit increases to ensure fairness and consistency.
• Be visible on the deck-plates to develop relationships with Trade employees and to provide communication and support.
• Support advanced shock and vibration qualification requirements for DDG-51 and DDG-1000 equipment. Responsible for all aspects of qualification, including review/approval of procedures, reports, similar extensions, preparation of technical submittals to the Navy and attending shock tests. Apply analytical processes/tools in support of qualification.
• Develop internal process procedures and internal departmental standards in support of DDG Shock Program Requirements
• Calculate shock excursion envelopes for shock isolated equipment
• Participate in shipboard shock inspections
• Provide technical support to Manufacturing for the resolution of issues relating to shock requirements
• Support new manufacturing process initiatives, particularly in the area of shock qualification
• Support shock training initiatives for production and engineering personnel
Naval Architectural work associated with designing, building, documenting and supporting Naval Ships including:
- Design maintenance and upgrade tasks for ships under construction or in service
Documentation of “as-built” ships
- Calculations to support new construction processes such as launching, dry dockings, sea trials, and pierside trim and stability monitoring
- Engineering analyses to determine and develop ship geometry, arrangements, weight, centers of gravity, loads, tank properties, cargo and payload stowage, docking parameters, and ship intact and damaged stability characteristics
- Ship structural analysis
- Utilize Hydrostatic, Hydrodynamic, FEA, and “in-house” software to perform analyses
- Write reports and correspondence
- Participate in or lead technical interchanges on issues with customers such as U. S. Navy (NAVSEA and Supervisor of Shipbuilding), USCG, or others
This is an experienced level position (pay grades 6-9) to work as a Crane Operator. Applicants may be assigned any C70 Trade tasks that they are trained and qualified to perform.
This is an entry level position (pay grades 1-5) to work as a Crane Operator. Applicants will go through BIW’s crane training program, and may be assigned any C70 Trade tasks that they are trained and qualified to perform.
This is salary position which supports the Insulation trade in the following manner:
• Coordinate and oversee trade training: schedule sessions, ensure material/tool availability, develop/refine curriculum, keep records, and oversight of trade trainers
• Assist with trade process standardization: Writing/updating procedures, delivering training, recordkeeping, checklist implementation, etc.
• Assist with trade audits
• Assist with researching and implementing trade improvements: process, material, tooling, etc.
• Fill in as Front Line Supervisor as circumstances dictate
This is an experienced position to work in the Machinist Trade. Machinists primarily set-up and operate machine shop equipment including (but not limited to): lathes, radial drills, grinders, presses, punch presses, cut-off saws, milling machines, rolls, sheers, brakes, and burning machines. Applicants hired into this position shall generally be able to operate most equipment with minimal training based on prior experience, including CNC operated equipment. Machinists may be assigned any of the M04 Trade tasks.
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 supervisors, taking overall ownership for the performance of the assigned manufacturing process
• 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
• Ensure that the equipment in the plant is capable of making product to specification at the rate to meet customer demand
• 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
An Administrative Technician provides administrative 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.
This non-supervisory position in the Materials Division supports Information Technology sourcing across categories such as Hardware, Software Licensing, and Professional Services.
- Assist with development and implementation of procedures to guide technology sourcing
- Respond to internal requisitions for technology products and services in accordance with existing company and departmental policies
- Manage supplier relationships and act as primary point of contact to ensure continuity of technology goods and services
- Perform market research and advise stakeholders of trends and impending change
- Develop negotiation strategies to achieve financial savings and mitigate company risk
- Responsible for bid development, cost/price analysis, budget management and program management, all i/a/w with BIW Acquisition Policies & Procedures;
- Track forecasted vs. actual savings for IT spend categories and summarize performance to leadership;
- Set standards across BIW and with Suppliers of professionalism, sound judgement and fairness; applies these high standards to all subcontracts;
- Maintain a working knowledge of applicable federal regulation and internal policies and procedures to enable conformity through daily function
- Prepare well-written, succinct and compliant approval packages for management approval;
- Understand, utilize, and champion adoption of Materials Division information systems.
Position may include:
- May be called on to act in a project or team-leadership capacity working with a team that may include Information Technology, Engineering, Design, Production Planning, or Production personnel.
- This position reports to the Director of Design, and works closely with department resource managers to ensure that adequate support is provided in order to execute assigned work
- As the Senior Leadership position on second shift in North Stores, this role is responsible for leading all departments assigned to the second shift and communicating with discipline managers and the Project Office regarding continuity of design, hand-off between shifts, and any obstacles
- Ensure that all of second shift accurately progresses each task / work order to facilitate precise metrics
- Arrange for design reviews between second shift design teams to instill accurate and high quality integration of design among the design disciplines
- Support formal progress meetings and informal status sessions by ensuring that the appropriate second shift design team representatives are in attendance
- Work with Design Control and Coordination (DCC), Design for Manufacturing (DFM) and Engineering to ensure that design approvals are agreed to and obtained between their organizations
- Promote a safe work environment with all recognizable hazards corrected
- Enforce all company policies and procedures and all relevant CBAs
- Ensure that WFM administrative duties are completed daily
This is an entry level position to work in the Outside Machinist Trade. Applicants may be assigned any O04 Trade tasks, but will initially be assigned basic operations including (but not limited to) tacking, layout, drilling, equipment installations, or to assist more experienced Outside Machinists in complex job assignments.
- Diagnostic radiography in an occupational environment including trauma and surveillance radiography utilizing CR & Infinitt PACS
- Radiography activities performed independently with direction and guidance from off-site/remote radiologist
- Perform Pulmonary Function Testing (PFTs) in conjunction with surveillance testing
- Perform Titmus Exams for visual acuity
- Perform Hearing Conservation testing
- Perform Phlebotomy and urine collections in conjunction with surveillance and new hire exams
-Nursing assessment of injured/ill employees using established protocols
-Medical surveillance for selected employees, includes: spirometry, audiometry, vision and
modified physical examinations
-Occupational health nursing activities within the manufacturing units addressing employees
who are at modified work or who are otherwise not able to perform all the essential
functions of the work
-Environmental health activities will include ergonomics, toxicological and exposure issues
-Providing education / onsite training to groups or individuals
-Team collaboration with management / workers comp.
This is an entry level position (Grade 1) to work as a General Laborer. Core trade tasks for the General Laborer trade include (but are not limited to): production grinding, chipping, burning, oxy fuel and plasma cutting, set up of welding equipment, operating rolling stock as licensed, removal of snow and ice, and maintenance tasks. Additionally, General Laborers may be trained and assigned to work tasks of any other trade classification.
The primary responsibilities of this position include:
- Work with Assembly Area Supervisor to give guidance to material control and lane owners for material movement and floor space planning
- Work with Planning and Production at Harding to communicate and reconcile fabrication commitments and priority
- Work with Production Management at Harding to identify and maintain visibility of priority HC01 and Late to Install PIC work orders
- Establish and maintain communication channels and relationships with Planning / Production Control representatives for Harding customers
- Establish and maintain relationships with other fabrication facilities with goal of raising visibility of critical fab-on-fab work orders
- Participate in customer-chaired telcons and meetings related to priority fabrication requests
- Engage with Plant Management staff in the safety road map and safety conversation programs with goal of improving the safety culture
- Complete weekly work order audits to ensure part and assembly quality
- Identify areas where plant process improvements may improve overall cost/schedule/quality performance
- Act as backup supervisor when necessary at the discretion of area supervision to build plant knowledge, and cover FLS lost time
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 (TAS) to maintain employees time, overtime, and work order charges on a daily basis.