- Provide day-to-day general support shop activities.
- Assist with on-load and off-load of materials; assist and perform maintenance duties such as grinding, chipping, painting, etc; support other trades workers.
- Perform other projects and/or tasks as assigned and/or needed.
- Class-A CDL License
- Perform engine and drive system alignments.
- Remove/reinstall engines and drive systems from small boats.
- Troubleshoot engine problems and recommend appropriate actions.
- Maintain/overhaul hydraulic systems.
- Validate dimensions on drawings, determines appropriate materials, and best removal and installation route during a ship check.
- Assemble components based on installation drawings, material provided, and ship check notes.
- Use various hand tools, torque wrench, drill press, welding machine, air compressor, generator, chain hoist, sandblaster, paint gun, grinder, band saw, forklift and other equipment to fabricate/install.
- Read and interpret engineering drawings and instructions.
- Support electrical and mechanical disciplines.
- Operate power tools.
- Identify tools and materials per task and request materials as needed.
- Assist in jobsite set-up, maintenance, restoration and securing.
- Knowledgeable and trained in safe work practices.
- Prepare and cleanup work area.
- Possess and maintain an active security clearance.
- Possess and maintain valid driver’s license and meet the company’s policy on ability to drive company vehicles.
- Perform first pass QA of mechanical installs to include but not confined to hoses, wiring harnesses, sensors, mounting bolts, fluids, torques, etc.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
• Provide waterfront support, field engineering and detailed design and engineering support for small boats.
• Have experience in ship design, construction, planning and production and complex ship operations.
• Provide engineering calculation, technical solutions and professional guidance for Weights, Stability and naval architect related issues.
• Responsible for research, development, regulation adherence, and stability analysis.
• Maintain superior customer relations and communications.
• Strive to maintain quality products, within schedule and cost.
• Work independently providing weight and moment calculations.
• Work independently providing waterfront support, field engineering and detailed design and engineering support to the small boat in-service engineering agent.
• Demonstrate experience in AutoCAD and 3D-modeling (Solid Works).
• Perform static stability analysis using General HydroStatics (GHS).
• Perform Intact and Damage Stability analysis for new designed craft.
• Perform Finite-Element Analysis and structural analysis.
• Inspect watercraft for structural integrity, research materials, develop work specifications and oversee repair and installation.
• Attend meetings and provide professional recommendations as requested.
• Professionally interface with customers and vendors.
• Provide quality products within the specifics of the naval architect requirements.
• Demonstrate the ability to work in an open communicative environment, and be able to adapt to changing design requirements rapidly.
• 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.
• Available for CONUS and OCONUS travel.
The Systems Engineer shall perform system engineering/technical support for establishing testing, upgrading, supporting of operations systems, networks, hardware and software. The Systems Engineer will conduct Power monitoring onboard CVN 78 during Radar Operations.
A highly qualified candidate will possess the following attributes:
- Experience with US Navy Power Monitoring Systems and Radar Operations
- Electronics Technician or Operational Specialists experience
The Surface Maintenance Engineering Planning Program (SURFMEPP) command maintains, monitors, and refines Class-wide and Individual-Ship Maintenance Plans for all non-nuclear surface ships to ensure material readiness for the projected service life, develops life-cycle strategies to address system upgrades, and fully implements the Class Maintenance Plan (CMP) into each surface ship's maintenance schedule and depot level availability planning process.
The Life Cycle Engineer is a subject matter expert for ship class lifecycle maintenance. This individual will coordinate with OPNAV, Fleet Commanders, TYCOMs, Port Engineers, Technical Warrant Holders, In-Service Engineering Agents, Ship Design Managers and Regional Maintenance Centers in all matters concerning maintenance and modernization. The incumbent routinely reviews the CSMP, CMP, Navy Maintenance Database (NMD) and other data sources to create life cycle planning documents for CNO availabilities that integrates all facets of maintenance and modernization. The Life Cycle Engineer is also responsible with assisting SURFMEPP and SEA 21 personnel with answering Congressional, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Force Management and Budget, and other agency requests for information, data calls, reports, and other similar inquiries.
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.
Responsibilities include providing the Commander, Naval Surface Forces, and Pacific Fleet staff with engineering and technical support to execute the Maintenance and Material Management (3M) Program coordination on DDG 1000 class ships.
- Install, maintain, repair and optimize NRL’s Broadband, twisted pair and fiber optic infrastructure to support the network in accordance with industry standards during contract performance. Contractor shall provide general troubleshooting and resolution of network problems. This shall include CATV components, network wiring, and layer 2 Ethernet devices.
- Install and upgrade network equipment including Ethernet switches and wireless APs.
- Assist customers with troubleshooting and configuration of nodes to include NRL’s labwide network, remote access and the NRL Wireless LAN.
- Resolve help-desk phone and email trouble calls and respond to the lab-wide customers.
- Respond to emergency trouble calls during scheduled work hours and keep network customers up-to-date.
The physical location of the work to be performed under this contract will be at the Naval Research Laboratory, primarily at the Washington, DC location. Work schedule is a 40 hour work week schedule (8 hours a day). Services shall be conducted during an 8 hour shift daily during normal business hours. Monday through Friday, with a rotating 8 hour per day weekend/holiday schedule.
A team lead shall at minimum have been designated as a shipboard Tactical Action Officer (TAO) and have completed the Navy's Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS) NAVEDTRA 43304-Series. The Combat Systems Team Leader shall have served at least two
tours as a shipboard TAO on either AEGIS or Non-AEGIS ships. Contractors that have been performing duties training, mentoring and evaluating shipboard TAOs, that meet all of the specific qualification criteria above, may be evaluated for candidacy as well. Candidates shall process documentation within Navy Fitness Reports, Evaluations, or prior contract performance) to show a minimum of 20yrs of experience and shall have demonstrated relevant experience within the past 3 years. By definition, a TAO is responsible to a ships' Commanding Officer for possessing an in-depth knowledge of techniques, tactics, and procedures regarding tactical maneuvering, expert level
knowledge of major combat systems for AEGIS/non-AEGIS ship classes to include: organic (own ship) weapons capabilities/employment, RADAR, Electronic Counter Measures, navigation, sonar, communications, ship's sensors, weapons release authority, and rules of engagement, and therefore shall demonstrate experience in these areas. Additionally, and for
clarification, candidates stating prior shipboard TAO letters of designation should not be confused with squadron or battle group Staff Duty Officer (SDO) or Battle Group Captain (BGC) watch stations which shall not suffice as valid substitutions for TAO due to responsibilities and organic ship weapons employment. Combat System team leads shall at minimum been designated a Tactical Action Officer (TAO) and have completed the Navy's Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS) NAVEDTRA 43304Series. The Combat Systems Team Leaders shall have served at least two tours as a shipboard
TAO on AEGIS ships. Additionally, the candidate shall show evidence of experience (i.e. letters of designation and or documentation within Navy Fitness Reports) demonstrated on active duty or performing TAO type duties as a contractor within the past 3 years. These team leaders shall be qualified Surface Warfare Officers/Line Officers or Limited Duty/Chief Warrant Officers (i.e., System Test Officers (STO), Operations Technical Officers (OPSTECH).
The candidate shall have engineering centric background and experience of a CHENG and/or a Top Snipe on steam (LHD), Diesel (LSD/LPD /MCM//PC/LCS), and Gas Turbine (CG/DDG/LCS) propulsion systems to include demonstrated relevant shipboard experience within the past 5 years. A SME IV shall have more than 20 years of documented hands-on experience to include a minimum of three (3) at sea tours as a Main Propulsion Assistant and Engineering Department Division Officer. In lieu of the experience above, the CHENG may be a graduate of the Surface Warfare Officer School Prospective Engineering Officer (PEO) and Advanced Engineering courses of instruction and a minimum of three (3) at sea tours. Courses shall include ship class specific Propulsion, Electrical, and Auxiliaries systems along with Engineering Operating Procedures (EOP) and Engineering Operating Casualty Control (EOCC) procedures. A former Top Snipe shall have completed the NEC
bearing course, been designated by a Commanding Officer, graduate of appropriate A and C schools, and have served in various capacities within a ship’s engineering department, and completed a minimum of three tours. These qualifications will be accepted as CHENG like qualifications.
A senior level manager with a minimum of twenty (20) years of experience, including demonstrated management experience or project level management in shipboard operations and major systems. This position also requires experience applying the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Department of Defense (DoD) regulations, requirements, policies and procedures, cost and schedule estimating, systems
disciplines, engineering specifications and commercial practices relating to weapon systems procurement and production. The PM shall be knowledgeable of overall organization, direction, and requirements of the contract efforts. Experience in interfacing directly with the government designated representatives and supervising various task order activities is also required Additionally, the PM shall be responsible for the overall performance of the task order, personnel supervision, timeliness and accuracy of deliverables, and correction of any real or perceived problem areas. The PM shall interface on a regular basis with the COR for overall contract performance/schedule/cost satisfaction reporting. This individual interacts at the Flag Officer and Assistant Chief of Staff (ACOS) level, experience at a Major Command level is requisite. Provide process improvement recommendations to the TYCOM staff based on extensive experience in shipboard maintenance and leadership. The PM shall possess current (within the last 5 years) detailed knowledge and experience with Fleet maintenance policies, processes, programs, and initiatives. The contractor shall have recent experience (within the last 5 years) conducting technical briefs at all levels of shipboard and ashore maintenance managers, in all Fleet ports and supporting shore infrastructure. This may include experience at the Major Command/Commanding Officer level for conducting briefs for that target audience and experience as a senior manager of maintenance intensive ratings for the target audience of Chief Petty Officers to work center supervisor/maintenance person level.
- Provide support for Naval Ships Engineering Drawing Repository (NSEDR) helpdesk.
- Provide helpdesk support for NSEDR users.
- Resolve helpdesk tickets in a timely manner.
- Research engineering drawing status and locations in support of drawing requests.
- Maintain accurate records of all support requests.
- Scan, File and Catalog engineering documents and drawings as required.
- Enter accurate information into NSEDR Helpdesk Access Database in support of NSED support requests.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Provide professional support services to the Naval Sea Systems Command Team Submarine PMS397 Program Office. PMS397, the OHIO Replacement Program Office, is responsible for the acquisition of the OHIO replacement and for identifying, assembling, managing, directing, and coordinating the resources required for the R&D, design, construction, Test and Evaluation (T&E) and Live Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) of the OHIO replacement. The program is a major defense acquisition program and is of significant political importance with Congress and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).
Looking for interns to assist with daily administrative and, possibly, technical tasks for several departments.
The Surface Maintenance Engineering, Planning, Program (SURFMEPP) maintains, monitors, and refines Class-wide and Individual-Ship Maintenance Plans for all non-nuclear surface ships to ensure material readiness for the projected service life, develop life-cycle strategies to address system upgrades, and fully implement the Class Maintenance Plan into each surface ship's maintenance schedule and availability planning process. SURFMEPP is headquartered at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, VA.
The candidate will support SURFMEPP and surface ship life cycle maintenance. Responsibilities may include:
- Develop and maintain availability maintenance planning for the U. S. Navy surface ship maintenance and modernization end to end process and the JFMM depot level planning requirements.
- Maintain the Navy Data Environment database (NDE), the VSB and M&SWP automated information systems as required.
- Routinely reviews the CSMP, CMP, Navy Maintenance Database (NMD) and other data sources to create life cycle planning documents for CNO availabilities that integrates all facets of maintenance and modernization.
- Assists SURFMEPP and SEA 21 personnel with answering Congressional, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Force Management and Budget, and other agency requests for information, data calls, reports, and other similar inquiries.
- Validate existing CMP and life cycle maintenance content through engineering and data analysis
- Validate the CSMP, CMP, NMD, and Maintenance Resource System (MRS) execution content through review of requirements in the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual, Naval Ships Technical Manuals, Ship Specifications, system/equipment technical manuals, instructions. drawings, and other artifacts
- Conduct detailed reviews of ship CSMP entries and maintenance availability closeout reports to identify requirements, cost elements and impact to future maintenance availability durations and budgets.
- Assist in maintaining the accuracy, content, integrity of and accessibility to the CMP and the M&SWP database for surface ships.
- Document processes and work instructions as required.
- Perform scheduled analyses of surface ship End to End processes/products to promote the proper planning and integration of ship system maintenance and modernization and related shipyard support services.
- Support development of process/product metrics and utilize metrics to improve SURFMEPP product content and recommend improvements to SURFMEPP internal processes/products.
As a licensed 100 Ton Merchant Mariner, the employee (Craft Master) shall be required to conduct craft operations using the types of Project Support Craft (PSC) in and around the Gulf of Mexico. The employee shall become familiar with the local waters around NSA PC operating area(s) and conduct craft operations using NSAPCINST 3120.3A, NSWCPCDINST 5100.30D, and NSWCPCINST 3110.2A for guidance. The employee shall conduct basic craft operations within the constraints of applicable US Navy Regulations, NSWC PCD instructions, USCG rules and regulations and that which are deemed safe by the vessel master and project safety personnel. The employee shall conduct side scan sonar operations, oceanographic equipment deployment and recovery, ROV operations as specified in Test Plans and Operational Area (OPAREA) clearances that will be provided as Government Furnished Information (GFI). The employee shall operate surface craft to perform plane guard duties for tests involving aircraft within the parameters specified in NSWC PCD Instruction 3124.1A and shall, as necessary, conduct Search and Rescue (SAR) operations if required.
The employee will be required to perform Preventative Maintenance (PM) on PSC aluminum hull, mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems or system components. Maintenance shall be performed in accordance with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) or other guidelines provided as Government Furnished Information (GFI). The employee shall adhere to all steps contained in the maintenance procedures paying particular regard to steps related for the safety of personnel and the equipment. Other base tenant support may require the employee‘s technical assistance on an as needed, case-by-case basis, such as small engine, winch or other technical support.
The employee will be required to perform Corrective Maintenance or Repairs (Non-Depot and Depot Level) on failing or failed all PSC hulls i.e. (aluminum, fiberglass, and inflatable(s)), mechanical, electrical, or electronic systems or system components. Repairs may comprise such activities as removal from the craft, dry docking for repairs or maintenance, disassembly of the equipment, inspection to determine cause of failure or level of repair required, replacement or refurbishment of parts, reassembly, tests to ensure proper operation to manufacturer’s specifications, and reinstallation onboard the craft. All repairs will be performed in accordance with American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) publication 156 (Hull and Maintenance) and CFR 46 part 175, subchapter T for PSC craft and manufacturers operator and maintenance standards for ROV and sonar(s). Other base tenants as approved by the COR, may require the employee‘s technical assistance on an as needed, case-by-case basis, for support on small engine or winch repair or other technical support.
The employee will be required to provide Pier Support for assigned PSC operations related to the safety program, Hazardous Materials/Hazardous Waste (HM/HW) management program in accordance with NSWC PCD Instruction 5100.33B, crane certification using the guidance of S9086-T4-STM-010/CH-589R6, technical assistance, continuous training program (including mandatory base-wide training), offload coordination and pre- sail planning, and afloat/shore crane operations.
- Identify performance/operational weaknesses throughout the assessment.
- Provide training to correct identified weaknesses and improve operational readiness for Dock Landing Ships (LSDs), Amphibious Transport Docks (LPD-17s), Mine Counter Measure Ships (MCMs), Guided Missile Destroyers (DDGs), Guided Missile Cruisers (CGs), Guided Missile Frigates (FFGs), General Purpose Assault Ships (LHAs),Multiple Purpose Assault Ships (LHDs), Amphibious Command Ships (LCCs) and Amphibious Transport Docks (LPD-4s) class crews
The pricing analyst should have a complete understanding and wide application of pricing principles, theories and concepts. Working under only general direction, provides solutions to a wide range of pricing issues.
- Independently determines and develops approach to pricing proposal development.
- Supports the analysis and development of Price to Win (PTW) strategies.
- Exercises considerable latitude in determining objectives and approaches to assignment.
- Develops and supports the development of complex staffing plans as part of the proposal preparation process.
- Develops labor and Other Direct Costs relating to proposal efforts based on personal input from and input from other proposal team members.
- Analyzes specifications and calculates production costs using labor and material pricing schedules and historical data.
- Collects cost data from functional representatives, subcontractors, and vendors.
- Helps prepare and maintain historical pricing cost data.
- Develops the cost proposal narratives and cost proposal workbooks required by solicitation documents.
- As required reviews the work products of other Pricing/Financial Analysts.
- Facilitates pricing reviews and provides pricing guidance to proposal and capture team members to ensure that pricing strategy is completed in accordance with the approved Estimating Manual.
- Remains current on Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and contract types, including Firm Fixed Price, Cost Plus, IDIQ and Time and Materials (T&M), and familiarity with a diverse range of customers including, federal and DoD.
Manages experienced professionals who exercise latitude and independence in their assignments. Plans, conducts and supervises assignments, generally involving larger and more important proposals or multiple proposals. Evaluates and determines changes in methods or procedures in assigned area of responsibility. Determines candidates for employment/termination, conducts performance evaluations and salary reviews for assigned staff and is responsible for the application of company policies and the development and maintenance of company pricing policies.
- Manages the pricing function and performs cRequest for Proposal (RFP) analysis, proposal preparation; and customer contact related to contract the acquisition process.
- Develops Price to Win (PTW) bidding strategies for all new business and recompete procurement proposal efforts.
- Responsible for the preparation of pricing for all new business proposals, and the review of all change proposals, and task orders quotes.
- Is highly familiar with the requirements for developing proposals for all contract types including but not limited to, fixed price, cost type, time and materials, and IDIQ multiple award contracts.
- Provides in-depth knowledge of FAR/DFAR and other applicable government regulations; reviews and approves Request for Proposal (RFP) and proposal documents to ensure compliance with all of the company’s pricing policies, s
- Ensures company-wide estimating system compliance, as well as advises management of pricing rights/obligations and provides interpretation of RFP requirements. Represents the Company as a prime internal and external contact on all in-process and active proposals.
- Reviews complex solicitations and prepares specialized and/or non-routine response for proposals, bids, and contract modifications.
- Provides guidance and direction to Pricing/Financial Analyst team members in the development of pricing proposal responses.
- Provides transition support in the startup of both new business and recompete contracts.
- Working with contracts, develops negotiation strategy and supports/leads negotiation team on contractual issues.
- Establishes pricing policies/processes and oversees the work of subordinate employees.
Essential Job Functions: (or equivalent)
- Collect data through observation and by meeting with ships' engineering watch standers, principle assistants, Engineering Officers, and Deck personnel on U.S. Navy surface ships.
- Work with the ships' crew and observe, inspect and provide recommended remediation to the ship's Commanding Officer (CO) to improve shipboard material condition.
- Based on these assessments, provide Automated Work Requests (AWR) to the Commanding Officer at the completion of each visit.
- Review ships' Current Ship Maintenance Project (CSMP) prior to arriving on board for an ERAT Visit and provide a report of recommended material corrections to ship’s Maintenance Material Management Coordinator (3MC) and Commanding Officer during the arrival brief.
- Provide a report for correction of ship's imminent material failure items and a report of each visited ship's overall material discrepancies report
- Identify and provide recommendations for required repair parts; generate maintenance ready Automatic Work Requests (AWRs) for material discrepancies. Provide recommendations for repair prioritization.
- Identify and recommend maintenance items requiring CASREP or Type Assist 1 (T/A 1 - Depot Level) work assignments.
- Identify T/A 4 (i.e. work items within the ship's force capability to repair) and Non-T/A 4 jobs at conclusion of visit.
- Develop tailored curriculum for use in a ship-specific, classroom training setting utilizing Technical Manuals and associated Tactical Memos and instructions, as well as utilizing technical documentation pertaining to the duties/responsibilities for Damage Control systems, such as AFFF, firefighting equipment, Halon, water mist systems, and breathing air systems. The tailored curriculum will cover basic engineering plant familiarization and progress through theory and systems.
- Incorporate into the curriculum, applicable lessons-learned from conferences, working groups, Hot Wash Ups, Baseline Program reviews, recent waterfront experience for continuous process improvement, lessons learned conferences, and other sources as provided by the government.
- Performs other related duties as assigned by the Program Manager.
- Provide training to ships force on proper documentation of material discrepancies, focusing on an assessment of what happened, an identification of the root cause, and how it can be prevented in the future.
- Provide training to ships maintenance coordinator (3MC) and other personnel as necessary in shipboard Maintenance and Material Management (3M) operations, shipboard Tag-Out system and use of eSOMS (Electronic Shift Operations Management System), and execution of ship life cycle events (Light Off Assessment, Inspection Survey (INSURV), major overhauls, etc.). Training includes preparing the ships force on how to assess material readiness, providing instruction on conducting repairs, and reporting material readiness assessments in compliance with existing instructions.
Essential Job Functions: (or equivalent)
• Integral member of the ERAT/CSRAT team and supports the pre- mission/event planning.
• Document discrepancies found by other team members during ship assessments.
• Ability to perform detailed and complex actions plus knowledge of shipboard systems and the Navy’s maintenance system, system specifications, and the supply system to include the 3M system.