- San Diego, CA
As an integral part of the maintenance team, the ship superintendent manages assigned work items for a maintenance period for U.S. Navy or commercial vessel. This work can involve pierside (waterborne) work as well as work in a dry dock. Responsibilities include resource allocation, progress tracking, trade and subcontractor coordination, inspection report preparation, budget/cost analysis, and test observation.
- As a member of the Program Management Team, manage a designated portion of a Navy surface ship repair package including the installation, modification, and repair of complex equipment and systems in Engineering, Crew Berthing, Electronic/Combat System Suites, and Mission Critical spaces.
- Ensure assigned work is completed on time and within established budgets.
- Resolve problems that cannot otherwise be resolved by assigned craft supervision, as well as working with the customer, subcontractors, and other departments to keep a minimum of interferences and distractions from impacting the progression of work.
- Conduct Ship Checks and attend meetings as required.
- Participate in and assist craft personnel in setting up production schedules and manpower projections by reading and interpreting detailed work items, drawings, and related budgeting and man-hour reports.
- Ensure craft supervision and subcontractors are aware of milestones, key events, and target dates for assigned work.
- Ability to assess production progress and discuss production status with the Project Management Team.
- Interface with other shipyard departments including Estimating, Quality Assurance and Testing, Environmental, and Production Support.
The candidate must possess the following traits and skills:
- Experience working with U.S. Navy ship repair and modernization contracts.
- Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing
- Ability to work aboard a U.S. Navy ship or commercial vessel
- Working knowledge, understanding and experience with work specifications, diagrams, blueprints, drawings, test procedures, NAVSEA Standard Items and technical manuals
- Knowledge of shipboard work control procedures, tag out procedures, and Government Work Authorization Form (WAF) controls.
- Ability to develop, prepare, and recommend changes to the work flow process using the IDR (Inspection Discrepancy Report) process.
Preferred Skills and Education :
- Experience operating U.S. Navy shipboard equipment as a quality assurance inspector, assistant ship superintendent, member of a project management team, or equivalent experience. Amount of experience preferred:
- Eight (8+) years with High School diploma
- Six (6+) years with Associates degree
- Four (4+) years with Bachelors degree
- Familiarity with International Standards for Organizations (ISO)
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, and Excel in particular)
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