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This position will be responsible for providing assistance to the Reactor Department for planning and executing the Ship’s Force Work Package (SFWP) during a Refueling Complex Overhaul (RCOH).
The candidate must:
- Provide planning and execution support to Reactor Department for the SFWP and work integration
- Track and provide metrics for the Ship’s Force Material Condition Assessment Program (MCAP) discrepancy status and burn-down rates to support all Key Events/Milestones Readiness
- Work with the Ship’s Force Work Package Material Manager (SFWPMM) to identify, source, and procure material in support of the SFWP
- Assist in forecasting SFWP material requirements production work and tools for associated production teams
- Provide Planning and Execution support to meet applicable Key Events
- Track and analyze metrics for the SFWP status and burn-down rates to support all Key Events/Milestones Readiness
- Monitor divisional man-hours available versus man-hours remaining to ensure work remaining can be accomplished by Ship’s Force within the time-frame of the Availability
Provide program management, engineering, technical, and logistics support to NSWC Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) for U. S. Navy aircraft carrier Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) systems and equipment.
Specifically provide support to the Refueling Complex Overhaul (RCOH) Program Managers, Fleet Program Managers and Division Head. Obtain and compile status updates from In Service Engineering Agents (ISEAs). Compile monthly expenditure reports from Technical branches. Track Government Furnished Equipment and Government Furnished Information. Assist Data Calls by compiling ISEA feedback. Track Design Liaison Action Request. Update Cost Performance Reports (CPRs) and Quarterly Performance Reviews (QPRs). Work with ISEAs in inputting Key Events & Deliverables from Plan of Actions and Milestones (POAMs) in MPM to ensure awareness of deliverables. Provide Metrics as requested. Track Modernization Requirements. Provide grammar and formatting reviews for test procedures. Support entry of information into MPM. Provide technical reports as required and support development of various deliverables and work products.
Provide day to day support to the government customer.
Advise the government customer in matters pertaining to Security to include: Information Security Program, Physical Security Program, Industrial Security Program, Personnel Security Program, International Security Program, and Operational Security Program.
Manage Security requirements, objectives, strategy, metrics, and resolve conflicts among schedules, funding, and resources.
Develop and implement Security program policies and procedures.
First point of contact for Security and maintains the day to day operation of the Security and Information Operations Cell (SIOC), processes and tracks Requests for Action (RFA), Information and Support, maintains Security Violation/Incident Identification and Case Management System (SVICMS), and monitor existing security control systems for effective operation.
On a day to day basis, coordinate with other SEA 05 personnel (e.g., Local Security Coordinators (LSC’s), Executive Assistants (EA’s), and ACIO Action Officer) as well as NAVSEA Security personnel.
Inspect, identify, report, guide and monitor corrective actions on all aspects of security Compliance: Classification Management, Marking of Classified Material, Control Measures for Classified Information, Destruction, Transmission and Transportation, Safeguarding, Storage, Dissemination, Meetings and Visits, OPSEC, Computer Security (IA), Technology Protection and International Security.
Process requirements of the personnel security program to include verify assigned personnel are appropriately clear and verifying clearance and access for visitors.
Provide direct engineering management support to Program Executive Office for Integrated Warfare Systems (IWS 10), to include identifying and analyzing combat system baseline requirements, collecting data and engineering artifacts from subsystem program offices and field activities, developing systems engineering and integration plans and schedules, participating in integrated product teams, and assisting the government in managing development efforts and preparing materials to support technical status review meetings.
Provides technical writing skills and formatting of procedures and documentation. Gathers the technical data and data flow as required and formats the information to meet required outlines; structures and formats. Forward documents for review and input; incorporates necessary changes; readies the document for final approval.
1. Researches and compiles technical data for use in various operation and maintenance manuals; training materials; installation guides; and other technical documentation.
2. Obtains data from review of documentation; drawings; schematics; and reports; interviews with technical staff members; and the study of published material.
3. Prepares written text and coordinates layout and organization of materials according to prepared outlines and specifications.
4. Maintains current knowledge of relevant technology as assigned.
5. Participates in special projects as required.
Will be responsible for performing preventive maintenance on CBR IPE to include, but not limited to, cleaning and sanitizing chemical protective masks, testing, assembling and packing masks, disassembling CBR kits, and sorting equipment into bins as directed, and applying labels to equipment as directed.
- Experience utilizing handheld scanners is preferred.
- Heavy lifting and continuous mobility.
This assignment is a full-time, 40 hours a week.
The candidate will be responsible for performing warehouse tasks to include: receiving, inventory, kitting and shipping. Experience utilizing handheld scanners is preferred. Knowledge of Navy Force Protection Equipment is desired. Applicant must be able to lift and carry more than twenty pounds.
Plan and manage post-delivery ship system and equipment installations, testing, and certification. Identify, track, and resolve installation and certification issues.
Provide subject mater expertise in ship construction, ship quality assurance, and production readiness. Coordinate with shipbuilder and SUPSHIP personnel. Evaluate ship construction progress, schedules, and CDRL submissions. Serve as Program Office On-site Representative to identify and resolve technical issues.
Track and review shipbuilder CDRL submissions and adjudicate comments. Participate in Program Reviews and Integrated Logistics Support Management Team (ILSMT) meetings. Develop program briefs and status reports.
Develop and maintain shipbuilding program Configuration Management Plans. Manage ship configuration baselines and the change management process throughout ship design, production, and post-delivery installations. Develop program briefs and status reports.
Evaluate ship and system designs for spacial adequacy, support system requirements, and integration issues. Analyze Radiation Hazards (RADHAZ) and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), evaluate topside arrangements.
Perform Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) analyses of shipboard systems. Perform Failure Modes and Effects and Criticality Analysis (FEMECA). Develop recommendations on system and equipment selection, maintenance, and sparing.
Develop and review ship power generation and distribution system design documentation. Perform design calculations, develop engineering drawings, and resolve technical issues related to shipboard electrical systems. Perform ship systems integration, special studies, evaluate shipboard casualties, develop system specifications, participate in design reviews. Review Engineering Change Proposals.
Develop and review ship Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) system and propulsion system design documentation. Perform design calculations, develop engineering drawings, and resolve technical issues related to shipboard HM&E systems. Perform ship systems integration, special studies, evaluate shipboard casualties, develop system specifications, and power and cooling requirements. Participate in design reviews. Review Engineering Change Proposals.
Develop and review ship design documentation and resolve technical issues throughout the Concept Development, Detail Design and Construction, and Post Delivery stages of a new ship acquisition program. Perform design calculations, develop engineering drawings, and resolve technical issues related to hull form, hull strength, machinery systems, propulsion systems, hydrodynamics, sea keeping and survivability, stability, structures, arrangements, habitability, outfitting, lifesaving and mooring systems, cargo handling systems, unmanned systems, aviation, C4I, combat systems, and other technical areas. Review Engineering Change Proposals.
Coordinate program management requirements for ship acquisitions associated with Foreign Military Sales. Develop and update FMS case documentation required through all phases of the FMS process in accordance with Navy FMS policies including the Security Assistance Management Manual (SAMM) and Foreign Disclosure and Releasability procedures.
Develop a small business engagement plan for a Navy ship acquisition program. Manage the Small Business Innovative Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) portfolio for a new shipbuilding program, including program funding, technology readiness, logistics support requirements, ship integration issues, and delivery of systems and associated documentation.
Manage shipbuilding program financial data and prepare funding documents and Task Planning Sheets. Provide financial and management services using NAVSEA financial tools (including Standard Accounting and Reporting System (STARS), ERP, PRISMs, AUTODOC) in the areas of budget, execution, and reporting. Provide detailed reports regarding the financial status of the programs. Review, monitor, and recommend the correct appropriations when budgeting and executing. Provide financial analysis and execution, with a focus on cost estimating, program planning and analysis, budget preparation and justification, funds execution, contract analysis and earned value.