Gryphon, headquartered in Washington, DC, is a premier engineering services firm with expertise in Systems Integration, C4ISR, T&E and Integrated Logistics with a focus on Cyber Security for Control Systems for all Navy platforms and systems. Gryphon provides the skills necessary to manage the development and operations of these mission critical systems. For over 15 years, the Company has designed, integrated, maintained, and upgraded state-of-the-art systems for the Department of Defense. Gryphon also provides many of its government clients with the systems analysis, integration, and program management skills necessary to manage the development and operations of their mission critical systems. Gryphon Technologies is the federal government’s partner working in support of mission critical systems. We are proud of our ability to help shape tomorrow, while ensuring today’s U.S. and coalition forces can carry out their critical missions and tasks.
Gryphon Technologies, LC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, Females, Disabled, & Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Two SMR positions, West Coast, nominally San Diego.
During DDG/ CG/ LSD Midlife availabilities the SMR will lead the waterfront team consisting of the SPIR Writer, Test Coordinator, and On Site Installation Coordinator (OSIC) or Navy Technical Representative (NTR). The SMR will provide a weekly core alt report as well as support a weekly status meeting. The SMR will maintain the milestones, interface with the Hull Manager, installation activity, Tech Code, and other shipboard personnel in order to track the milestones and report when milestones are in jeopardy. The SMR will provide real time information to determine when the Tech Codes will travel to the waterfront for testing. The SMR will deliver signed off test procedures to SWRMC, SERMC or NSSA and provide a copy to the TM for archive.
Following a Midlife availability the SMR will track issues reported by the modernized ship. The SMR's will do this for all modernized hulls including new construction (DDG 111 AF) once they become in-service ships. The SMRs will provide a list of issues to the TM for consolidation and will support a weekly meeting to review the issues.
High school diploma and at least fourteen years experience with engineering plants on U. S. Navy ships, gas turbine, diesel, and steam systems experience desired.
One must have good written communication, interpersonal, problem-solving, analytical, mathematical, and organizational skills. Ability to follow directions is a must. Applicants must be able to work well alone and as part of a team. A Security Clearance or the ability to obtain one will be required. U.S. Citizenship required.