Full time support needed to assist Norfolk Naval Shipyard Engineering and Planning Department Code 254 General Arrangements with Planning Yard duties. The mission of this branch is to furnish engineering services for U.S. Navy CVN in accordance with refs (a) through (d). The government’s Technical Lead will answer questions and resolve all problems concerning the following technical requirements, via the COR: The contractor must be able to work independently with the development of drawings and calculations.
- Contractor shall ensure modifications/modernization to all systems, equipment and furnishings, on all Ships under the cognizance of NAVSHIPYD Norfolk, Code 254, are within parameter of approved configuration change, ensuring compliance is maintained with design requirements, and verify that class configuration is maintained to the maximum extent practical.
- Contractor shall determine if similar modification/modernization has been accomplished on previous ship(s) and provide data to Engineering Configuration Manager (ECM) so that it is a Preliminary Configuration Data (PCD) to the Execution Yard for Ship Change Document (SCD) plan development.
- Contractor shall perform and review engineering calculations for strength, stress, weight and other factors. This includes shock analysis.Contractor shall interface between different technical disciplines to ensure complete integration of various systems.
- Contractor shall determine if similar modification/modernization has been accomplished on previous ship(s) and provide data to Engineering Configuration Manager (ECM) so that it is a Preliminary Configuration Data (PCD) to the Execution Yard for Ship Change Document (SCD) plan development of.
- Contractor shall assist with the development of Ships Change Documents (SCD’s).
- Contractor shall analyze data and determine best arrangement/design reflecting efficiency, economy, functionality, aesthetics and ergonomics in addition to basic shipboard requirements.
- Contractor shall develop engineering drawings using AutoCAD. Drawing must be technically complete and accurate and should be ready for issue with a minimum of Government review.
- Contractor developed drawings shall conform to I.D.E.A. (Planning Yard) CAD Standards.
- Contractor developed drawings shall conform to Intelligent Ship Installation Drawing (ISID) AutoCAD Module template 1.1 or greater requirements.
- Content on Contractor developed drawings shall be logically organized.
- Contractor developed drawings shall be in accordance with GSO, NSTM, OPNAV and NAVSHIPYD Norfolk requirements.
- Contractor developed drawings shall completely and efficiently accomplish the intent of the applicable SAR/SCD.
- Contractor developed drawings shall include required Weight and Moment data.
- Contractor developed drawings shall adequately address shock requirements.
- Contractor developed drawings shall be of such quality that RPPY/PPEA concur with minimum number of comments.
- Contractor developed drawings shall adequately address required safety and environments considerations.
- Contractor developed drawings shall accurately depict arrangement, location and clearance requirements of equipment, furnishings and interferences.
- Maintain and perform updates for database for NAVSEA in Crane, Indiana. By performing data reporting & evaluation of the database.
- Ensured that technicians and engineers are submitting data correctly into the frontend of the database, as well as ensuring that data is properly complied and given to stakeholders for evaluation.
- Develop and modify the backend as well as the frontend of the database to fit stakeholders needs around the database.
- Troubleshoot problems that have occur within the database to ensure that data is being entered in seamlessly by technicians and engineers.
- Provide networking and technical support and advice for offsite locations where the database is also being used at as well as on base support for the Database.
- Identify and develop data required for use in the management and direction of programs.
- Serve as a key player in the continual effort to improve operations and programs.
- Provide guidance on database organization as well as how to create databases for federal employees located in my department.
- Adept at fact finding and investigative techniques while possessing solid interpersonal and communication skills.
- Implement new functions and programs for the database for employees to use and submit their data into.
- Continuously reviewing, preparing, and updating database.
- Identify and develop data required for use in the management and direction of programs.
- Create forms, tables, SQL statements, and various programs for the database and for technicians, as well as product/project managers to use.
- Compile various data for product/project managers to use to their own benefit.
- Maintain front end and back end development of the database as well as fix errors that occur.
- Created a live page where stakeholders can assess data that was being entered into the program in order to find a bottleneck within procedures
- Plan, coordinate, and implement updates within the database in order for the program to work more seamlessly.
- Use structured processes to perform testing scenarios on automated information systems.
- analyze, designed, and tested the use and implementation of data archival and storage management systems.
- Create solutions to complex technical problems in a variety of industries.
- Assist engineers and scientists as they create, modify, and test products and processes.
- Perform extensive research and development during creation phase of product.
- Inspect products and processes for flaws and identify areas of improvement.
- Conduct tests and collect data.
- Assist in product ensign, development, and production.
- Build and set up equipment.
- Prepare and conduct experiments.
- Calculate or record results during experiments.
- Create prototypes of equipment.
- Utilize computer-aided design and drafting equipment during design phase.
- Operate and maintain equipment used to test aircraft and spacecraft.
- Calibrate test equipment.
- Program and run computer simulations to test designs virtually.
- Plan and oversee the construction of highways, buildings, bridges, dams, wastewater treatment systems, and other structures
- Estimate construction costs and specify materials to be used.
- Perform land surveying.
- Monitor traffic conditions.
- Design, develop, test, and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.
- Design, develop, test, and manufacture electronic and computer-controlled mechanical systems.
- Develop methods used in the prevention, control, or remediation of environmental hazards.
Gryphon Technologies has an immediate opportunity as a Capture Executive. This position is a full-time indirect position with benefits. Gryphon Technologies a premier engineering, scientific, and technical services firm with a strong heritage supporting the United States Government looking for a Capture Executives to support our company’s Marketing and Business Development needs. The primary objective is to broaden the customer base across the DoD and Military Services.
- Identify and close new business opportunities with key customer agencies.
- Directly manage the designated core customer base from a retention and growth standpoint.
- Participate in the development of project proposals and spend the necessary time with customers to present and document the value and identify new opportunities.
- Develop strong working relationships with internal and external business partners.
- Develop and relentlessly implement a strategic sales and marketing plan that clearly outlines the direction and milestones of our capture and marketing efforts for sustainable profitable growth that is alignment with our company strategic plan.
- Provide regular and accurate feedback for revenue/profit forecasts.
- Maintain CRM.
- Professionally represent the company at various business conferences, trade shows and community events. Increase company visibility in technical advisory services and advanced engineering capabilities
Review and analyze government provided fielding plans, Government Data Bases, proposed ships baselines changes, and coordinate with product delivery program managers and ship’s force representatives to make sure changes to ship baseline are integrated and meet CNSP mission. Provide the necessary documentation as required by the NMPMOM and USFFC/CPF Instruction 4720.3 in support of CNSP and Fleet Commanders. Specifically:
- Manage, track, and coordinate all Type Commander (TYCOM) owned Combat Systems and equipment alterations / Alteration Equivalent to Repair (AER) scheduled to be completed during each quarter throughout the period of performance.
- Participate with CNSP at regular Fleet C5I planning conferences and monthly Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF) C4I readiness conferences in order to properly oversee advance planning for Carrier Strike Group (CSG) and Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) configurations. Provide feedback reports no later than five working days after the event.
- Generate the Quarterly Combat Systems C5I Alteration Installation Team (AIT) message by the end of the second month of each quarter through collaboration with all AIT membership, Navy Data Environment (NDE) database managers in NAVSEA.
- Track the Quarterly Combat Systems – C4I AIT scheduling message for proper execution. Identify unplanned changes and problems, such as ship operational schedule change, associated with installations scheduled during each previous quarter and resolve them through collaboration with the scheduling authority, Immediate Superior in Command (ISIC), AIT Teams, South West Regional Maintenance Center (SWRMC), C4I Port Engineers, and Ship’s Port Engineer.
- Track, coordinate, monitor, manage, provide status reports and de-conflict all Combat System-C5I installation, performed by AIT throughout the period of performance, on-board Pacific Fleet ships, to include representing CNSP at COMTHIRDFLT (C3F) Quarterly Scheduling Conferences. Interpret and utilize ship schedule for use in coordination, formulating endorsement processes and approval.
- Research data, consolidate input, develop and provide briefing slides to visiting Prospective Commanding Officers (PCO) as they occur.
- Provide C4I modernization input to CNSP classified briefing information sheets for visits to ships assigned to the Pacific Fleet.
- Analyze, research, coordinate and Navy messages for C5I systems and equipment related to Navy C5I Modernization process regarding various requests and offers such as, Software and Hardware Installation, Risk Assessments, Late Additions, SECNAV WAIVERS/Memorandum For the Record (MFR) and Emergent requests. Utilize Navy Data Environment (NDE) database and Navy Regional Enterprise Messaging (NREM) system.
- Analyze Electronic Target Configuration Date (ETCD) Risk Form request, research, resolve issues, track and follow-up ISIC issues and concurrences, collaborate with Participating Managers (PARM), and forward ETCD Risk Forms, via email, for voting.
- Provide subject matter expertise to develop and review instructions in support of C5I systems and equipment maintenance and modernization.
- Witness Installation demonstrations of alterations to be executed via mail outs.
This position will be responsible for the management of proposal efforts in response to Government Client requirements for new business opportunities and re-competes.
- Individual will lead and manage the overall technical proposal development process.
- Review and interpret Government solicitation requirements.
- Oversee and produce outlines, schedules, compliance matrices, and kickoff briefs. Ensure win strategies and themes are expressed in proposal and that the proposal is compliant and compelling.
- Collaborate with Capture Managers, executives, subject matter experts, and partners to provide proposal leadership, support, and overall direction.
- Manage multiple proposal tasks with sometimes rapid turnaround deadlines.
- Facilitate proposal development process through color team reviews through to production and submission.
Gryphon Technologies is currently seeking an experienced Director of Security to join our team in Washington, DC.
The Director will be responsible for administering all aspects of security integrated service functions at our Corporate Office. Must possess a broad knowledge of the National Industrial Security Program (NISP) rules, regulations, and procedures. The position will report to the Executive Vice President on all tasks and interface with Defense Security Service (DSS) on security clearance matters, rulings, and interpretations of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) and execution of all assigned classified contracts.
- Maintain SUPERIOR ratings with DSS Security Vulnerability Assessments (SVAs) at multiple facilities across the organization.
- Maintain FCL documentation for a complex legal organization in NISS.
- Develop and maintain corporate security policies that ensure the company’s compliance with various U.S. Government requirements.
- Administer the company’s Insider Threat Program and act as the Corporate Insider Threat Program Senior Official
- Develop and implement an effective corporate-wide security education program.
- Investigate security violations, incidents, and insider threat concerns to prepare reports appropriately.
- Develop and implement a corporate access control and badging system for multiple physical locations across the country.
- Manage a team of security professionals at various physical locations.
- Work closely with the Business Growth department as the Security SME during proposal efforts.
- Analyzes changes of product design to determine the effect on the end product design and function and determines and prepares documentation necessary for change. Coordinates with customers and manufacturers to determine a process for change reporting. Reviews released engineering change data and changes documenting activities to ensure adherence to configuration management procedures and policies.
- 3 years’ experience provisioning in Interactive Computer Aided Provisioning System (ICAPS). Preferably HM&E systems.
- 3 Years’ experience in Configuration Data Manager Database – Open Architecture (CDMD-OA) with ISEA rights for Work File development.
- 5 years’ experience using drawings and technical manuals to support equipment identification research.
- Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM level I and II) experience a plus.
- Use of technical research tools for Allowance Parts List/Allowance Equipage List (APL/AEL), parts and National Stock Number (NSN) identification such as Haystack, Logiquest, Fedlog required.
- Familiar with Class Functional Files (CFF) and able to Hierarchically structure systems/components as required.
- Develops and maintains account/region standards and procedures to ensure that configuration management controls are capable of supporting deployment activities and implementations to meet business needs. Identifies issues, recommends revisions and escalates as appropriate.
- Interprets configuration management activities and tools as defined for the account and applies them to project activities. Works with the project manager to develop configuration management plans, milestones, and schedules for projects. Suggests alternatives as appropriate.
- Decomposes configuration items into appropriate configuration units to define the technical components required to satisfy the specified requirements of the project or tasks.
Seeking an experienced Electronics Technician. Work may be performed on US Navy and Coalition platforms. Junior level maintenance, repair and fabrication of test equipment (test sets, test cables, test fixtures required.
Experience with testing Switch Tubes in secure labs
Ability to lay-out, build, test, troubleshoot, repair, and modify production equipment, parts, components and systems according to engineering instructions, drawings and procedures is required
Qualified candidate will be involved with:
The Design and development of Ships Installation Drawings (SIDs), involving CVN/LHA/LHD and T-AKE Class ships. Electronic Systems experience shall include some or all of the following: Radar, Sonar, Navigation, Fire Control, Radio, Weapons etc. Candidate must also be able to support both local and out of state ship checks.
Experience with use of AutoCAD in the development of Ship Installation Drawings to I.D.E.A. Standards is required.
• Maintain superior customer relations and communications.
• Strive to maintain quality products, within schedule and cost
• Research and implement design and installation rules for ABS, Mil Spec, ABYC and other commercial standards.
• Collect and analyze technical data for design or feasibility studies.
• Evaluate performance and life-cycle operational requirements and develops engineering design to meet customer requirements.
• Prepare arrangements and specifications; review design proposals and drawings; and assure that specifications meet performance requirements.
• Provide naval architecture/engineering to the development of technical specifications, requisition and bid documents, inspection and testing requirements, etc.
• Effectively use Computer Aided Design principles, both 2-D and 3-D and Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Access and Power Point.
• Demonstrate the ability to work in an open communicative environment, and be able to adapt to changing design requirements rapidly.
• Prepare engineering sketches to help designers and drafters to complete engineering drawings.
• Assist with formal technical reports summarizing analyses, calculations and engineering studies.
MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
• Able to read and interpret ATLAS code.
• Soldering and de-soldering skills
• Excellent communications skills.
• ESD handling techniques.
• Interpreting wiring diagrams, schematics, and mechanical drawings.
• Ability to perform electrical circuit analysis.
• Ability to obtain a security clearance within 3 months of hire.
• Due to ITAR compliance, only U.S. Persons as defined by the ITAR regulations will be considered (ITAR- International Traffic in Arms Regulations).
• Operate and troubleshoot Test Program Sets (TPSs) on the Navy’s Consolidated Automatic Support System (CASS) family of testers.
• Maintain electronic equipment including Interface Devices and TPS that interface with the ATE.
• Insert Faults into Units Under Test (UUTs).
• Identify root cause of failures for repair.
• Execute Test Program Instructions (TPI)
• Apply technical techniques, principles and precedents to modify, install, test, evaluate, and operate associated support equipment
• Review, analyze, develop, prepare or apply engineering, technical or maintenance specifications, policies, standards, or procedures.
• Organize, analyze, and prepare reports or presentations of technical data and information.
• Plan and perform tests and evaluations of systems equipment or components.
• Compile, process, and analyze test data results.
- Provide around the world field engineering/technical support and industrial oversight for US Navy small boats
- Conducts inspections or examinations of US Navy small boats and systems to assess, monitor and report the condition during industrial availabilities.
- Inspects equipment and systems to ensure compliance with contract and military specifications during industrial availabilities.
- Provides quality oversight for industrial availabilities.
- Troubleshoot systems, conduct preventive and repair maintenance and oversight of installations on various Navy small boats.
- Provide technical oversight of acquisition of engines, auxiliary equipment, C4I systems and boats to ensure documentation and compliance with contract and military specifications.
- Review and tailor work packages for small craft maintenance.
- Perform work with a minimum of supervisory assistance and in compliance with prior engineering determination.
- Coordinate schedules and oversee work for compliance to contractual requirements for fleet-wide upgrades or small boat repair availabilities.
- Inspect craft, develop repair packages, develop cost estimates, oversee contractor’s execution of assigned repair packages and conduct acceptance testing.
- Incorporate daily task direction directly from client and be able to work without supervision.
- Available for CONUS and OCONUS travel.
- Work independently and exercise independent judgment to provide waterfront field engineering/troubleshooting support, and detailed design and engineering support.
- Understand engineering/design specifications and engineering principles and methods, to perform engineering analysis and resolve engineering problems of moderate complexity.
- Provide engineering calculation, technical solutions and professional guidance for mechanical systems.
- Responsible for research, development, regulation adherence, material conditions surveying and industrial oversight.
- Maintain superior customer relations and communications.
- Strive to maintain quality products, within schedule and cost.
- Provide waterfront support, field engineering and detailed design and engineering support.
- Collect and analyze technical data for design or feasibility studies.
- Evaluate performance and life-cycle operational requirements and develops engineering design to meet customer requirements.
- Prepare layouts and specifications; review design proposals and drawings; and assure that specifications meet performance requirements.
- Provide mechanical engineering expertise to the development of technical specifications, requisition and bid documents, inspection and testing requirements, etc.
- Apply specialized engineering knowledge and training to analyze and resolve design and production issues.
- Conduct analysis on various piping systems to determine pressure drop, mass flow, temperature variation and system sizing; and the components which make up the overall system.
- Design and layout HVAC systems.
- Determine heat flow conditions/boundaries and layout out the system to meet all design requirements stated.
- Effectively use Computer Aided Design principles, both 2-D and 3-D and Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Access and Power Point.
- Demonstrate the ability to work in an open communicative environment and be able to adapt to changing design requirements rapidly.
- Attend meetings and provide professional recommendations as requested.
- Professionally interface with customers and vendors.
- Provide project management, project supervision, planning, organizing and supervising designers / drafters and technicians.
- Prepare engineering sketches to help designers and drafters to complete engineering drawings.
- Check and review documents produced by other members of the department for completion and accuracy.
- Develop and apply advance methods, theories, and research techniques in the investigation and solution of complex technical problems.
- Plan, conduct, and evaluate projects or moderate phases of significant projects, coordinating efforts with engineers and staff.
- Develop and perform formal technical reports summarizing analyses, calculations and engineering studies.
Gryphon is seeking a talented Project Controls Manager to join our team. This position will manage all aspects of project level financial analysis and reporting in order to proactively monitor contracts associated with business operations, create a standardized project controls process across all businesses, and develop detailed project cost budgets / forecasts across the company. This entails but is not limited to:
- Management of a team of Project Controls Supervisors and Financial Analysts.
- Extensive experience in Project Controls & Reporting in order to manage delivery of contract-level financial support and analysis (project accounting, project planning, ETCs, etc.).
- Knowledge and understanding of project set-up methods and an appreciation of the implications project set-up may have downstream.
- Operate in an environment of continuous improvement to include identification, development and creation of opportunities for enhanced business processes in order to maximize customer satisfaction, accuracy and team efficiency relative to all processes.
- Manage the day-to-day operations of Project Controls across the whole Company.
- Train and groom the Project Controls team to create succession planning and have workload back-up plans to seamlessly support the business in a growth environment.
- Work closely with Operational Management to have the Project Controls Team support business needs.
- Absorb and Adapt as new business units are added to the Gryphon Technologies growing portfolio of businesses.
- Lead Acquisition integration
- Consolidate and report variances related to project budgets / forecasts to Senior and Executive Leadership of the Company.
- Standardize, maintain, and update financial databases / spreadsheets, and generates various financial reports as required.
- Collects and analyze financial data from multiple sources.
- Review cost projections for accuracy.
- Supervise the building of cost estimates and preparation of estimates to complete.
- Ensure proper review of contract funding levels relative to “limitation of funds notifications” and “risk authorizations”.
- Assess prior year performance to project future spending needs and communicate findings.
- Prepare presentations and reports to communicate financial policy and status.
- Supports Senior Leadership in managing, tracking, monitoring, and reporting financial data as requested.
- Interfaces with Project Managers, Contracts, Senior Technical Personnel, and Senior Management.
The candidate will provide NSWCPD Modernization Programs Support for Technical Refresh, Restoration and Reactivation and Ship Availability Maintenance Periods. During DDG/ CG/ LSD/LHD Midlife availabilities, the Ship Manager’s Representative (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 the Regional Maintenance Center 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.
Gryphon is seeking a talented Mid-Level Financial Analyst to join our team. This position will perform financial analysis and reporting in order to monitor contracts associated with business operations.
- Extensive experience in program control & reporting to include delivery of contract-level financial support and analysis (project accounting, project planning, ETCs, etc.).
- Knowledge and understanding of project set-up methods and an appreciation of the implications set-up may have downstream.
- Operate in an environment of continuous improvement to include identification, development and creation of opportunities for enhanced business processes in order to maximize customer satisfaction, accuracy and efficiency in all processes.
Develops budgets for assigned contracts and tracks performance to budgets.
- Creates, maintains, and updates financial databases and spreadsheets, and generates various financial reports as required.
- Collects and reviews financial data from various sources.
- Review cost projections for accuracy.
- Building cost estimates and preparing Estimates to Complete.
- Review of contract funding levels for the need for limitation of funds notifications and risk authorizations.
- Analyzes assigned contracts’ projected staff hours, contract totals, revenues, and profit totals, processing corrections as needed.
- Assess prior year performance to project future spending needs.
- Prepare presentations and reports to communicate financial policy and status.
- Supports assigned managers in managing, tracking, monitoring, and reporting financial data as requested.
- Interfaces with Project Managers, Contracts, Senior Technical Personnel, and Senior Management.
- Conduct ship checks to support repair and alterations.
- Develop Ship Installation Drawings (SIDs) in AutoCAD to support repair and alterations of Navy Vessels IAW applicable laws.
- Proficiency in pipe/HVAC component and system arrangements
- Proficiency in pipe/HVAC material selection
- Proficiency with pipe/HVAC label plates
- Perform multi-discipline overlays for interferences and various envelope clearances
- Participate in Design Kick Off Meetings with ship checkers, Engineering Technical Point of Contact (TPOC), and management
- Participate in interim design reviews with designers, TPOCs, and management
- Provide Senior Analyst Support for C4I Boat Acquisition Engineer Agent (AEA) In-client Naval Surface Warfare Center Combatant Craft Division Detachment Norfolk
- Provide services to support electrical/electronic equipment and systems integration design. Specifically, assist with determining new project costs from known equipment cost. Track actual project execution and order against budget.
- Support government communication with program managers. Assist MIPR coordination, budget input, and status tracking.
- Provide support to ensure systems, equipment, and support items are preserved, packaged, handled, and transported properly.
- Attend C4ISR working group meetings or design reviews.
- Develop and maintain maintenance documentation, project file structure, and general technical information file structure.
- Available for CONUS and possible OCONUS travel.
The Contracts Manager provides cradle-to-grave contract execution.
Administer, issue, review, draft, and negotiate contracts and agreements including but not limited to Prime contracts, subcontracts, and various other contractual documents as needed;
Provide guidance relative to the FAR/DFARS and its general application to business as well as specific application to issues and opportunities;
Provide support and contractual advice to the project team and other operational personnel;
Review and analysis of Task Order RFPs/RFQs issued under IDIQ contracts;
Prepare and maintain various reports and tracking mechanisms for both internal and external distribution;
Stays current on new law, regulations and contract trends to provide advice and guidance to management and project staff on contractual matters;
Assists in identification, development and implementation of new contract policy and processes.
May mentor and train less experienced professionals.