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• Cutting wires to length using automated tool
• Properly crimping contacts
• Properly strip wire
• Use torque tools and instruction manual detailing the proper adapters for use.
• Solder CCA through hole and surface mount components.
• Follow assembly instructions
• Use a PC with label software
• Accurately kit parts
• Solder wires onto contacts
• Follow safety procedures as necessary.
• Routing wires
• Assembles and performs automated testing of electronics according to product specifications.
• Use laser wire marker
• Use wire over braid machine
The Quality Control Manger will be responsible for assisting the Manager/Team Lead in all daily tasks and ensure the completion of each assigned task as directed; provide technical knowledge where applicable; apply analysis to data contained in metrics and other quality related reports in order to determine if services/products provided by the organization are meeting quality standards; develop/improve standardized criteria that can be utilized/ taught to other quality control inspectors throughout the organization; work to improve the processes through which the organization operates, by assisting in the creation, development or improvement of quality policies/procedures; work with upper management by identifying and reporting on quality related issues; applying the results of all analysis and observations into reports and presenting findings to upper management.
Product and Data Quality Analysis – Responsibilities include:
• Help facilitate the development, implementation and analysis of product and quality related information.
• Provide the results of analyses into reports for review by upper management.
Quality Planning and Development – Responsibilities include:
• Lead the development of quality assurance and control policies and procedures by utilizing technical expertise.
• Manage the continual improvement of the organization’s QMS by utilizing knowledge and skills.
WMS Scanner –
• Helps to maintain accuracy and quality of the USMC equi0pment inventory by utilizing the WMS dashboard and/or handheld devices and all related operational modules to appropriately audit or prepare digital information.
Shipping Manger in the Shipping/Receiving Department will be responsible for assisting the Manager/Team Lead in all daily tasks and ensure the completion of each assigned task as directed; provide technical knowledge where applicable; facilitate accurate inventory of all USMC assets, by use of established warehouse (WMS) and quality (QMS) management systems; participate in the receipt, storage, organization and shipment of USMC equipment and other job related materials daily; perform quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) activities by ensuring that specifications, quantity and quality of shipped/received CBR equipment or other job related materials meet defined requirements of all established processes, procedures and technical guidance. Additionally, the technician will comply with all safety, conduct and company policies and procedures, as defined.
Shipping/Receiving – Responsibilities include:
• Prepare all USMC equipment and related job materials encountered during shipping/receiving daily activities for delivery or receipt.
• Support QMS initiatives related to the accuracy of all manufacturer and organization provided equipment identification and traceability information; as well as specifications, documentation, quantity and quality of all in/outbound orders.
• Respond to inquiries of staff for the purpose of providing information, disposition updates and/or direction regarding the status of deliveries, etc.
• Maintains documents, files and records (e.g. tracking on line shipping, equipment transfer forms, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, and providing materials and reliable resource information.
• Load and unload delivery trucks for the purpose of receiving stock and/or filling orders for transport.
Visual/Technical Inspection –
• Technician will perform visual/technical inspections of all USMC equipment and other job related material as trained and directed.
WMS Scanner –
• Technician will help maintain accuracy and quality of the USMC equipment inventory by utilizing the WMS handheld devices and related operational modules to appropriately ship, receive, transfer and consolidate digital information.
Fork Truck/Material Handling Equipment (MHE) Operator –
• When required, technician will safely, efficiently and appropriately inspect and utilize forklifts, mid-riders, pallet jacks and/ or other similar MHE devices for the purpose of loading, unloading, transporting and/or organizing USMC equipment and job related materials within the Shipping/Receiving Department, or as otherwise directed.
The Database/Inventory Manager will be responsible for supporting the Program Manager; ensuring proper resources are provided by Management are available to conduct the necessary inventory (physical, cyclic, annual, wall-to-wall etc…); provide technical knowledge where applicable; facilitate accurate inventory of all managed assets, by use the established Defense Property Accountability System - Warehouse Module (DPAS-WM); provide inventory forecasting and recommended stocking levels; reporting receipt discrepancies via a Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR); reporting items of equipment that are defective via a Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR); reporting and adjusting inventory levels accordingly; work with the MARCORLOGCOM Senior Systems Analyst in resolving technical issues within the DPAS-WM)to determine best courses of action for resolution (solving problems associated with data, training, systems operations, system architecture, and applications related to systems output).
DPAS-WM Management –
• Document, research, and submit Urgent Sustainment issues (software bugs) and System Change Requests, as required; ensuring a resolution of the problem.
• Recommend improvements for the DPAS-WM.
• Analyze historical and current data to discern discrepancies, incompatibilities, and redundancies.
• Ensure that personnel on and offsite are properly trained on the DPAS-WM system.
• Coordinate activities of systems analysts, data analysts, trainers, and testers associated with DPAS-WM.
Inventory Management –
• Manage the inventory audit team to conduct the necessary physical audits;
• Ensure all inspected items are physically and digitally available within the DPAS-WM or other related locations.
• Ensure all inventory related discrepancies are recorded, corrected and reported to the Program Manager.
• Perform rotational inventory audits across the project, and record, correct and report all findings.
Planning and Estimating will be responsible for supporting the Program Manager; synchronizing job activities within an assigned geographic region; ensuring proper resources are available to conduct the necessary mission support services; provide technical knowledge where applicable; coordinate mission schedules and production activities; prepare mission schedules and production reports including, metrics; develop serialized work packages (order folder), where applicable to better manage/track work order progression; 4) establish a material/equipment ready for issue (RFI) process to fulfill issue requirements; implement a resource utilization process for Kitting Production Activities; and instituting a Quality Assurance Review and a Quality Control witness point inspection practices in each work process of production.
Responsible for planning of Repair items and Ship Alterations including work definition, material identification using drawings, technical documents, NAVSEA Standard Items, and Navy Maintenance Data (NMD) computer program.
Responsible for correct formatting of Work Items in accordance with published directives (Navsea Standard Items, Appendix 4-E). Possess a knowledge of Ship’s Hull and Structural Systems with a well-rounded overall understanding of ship repair and modernization with respect to trade disciplines required to support work item development. A thorough understanding and familiarity with NAVSEA Standard Items, GSO, NSTM and Blueprints is required.
Responsible for the development of properly formatted 4E specifications/work items containing all required technical information and production information, by conducting ship-checks when necessary and review of applicable ship system drawings, blueprints and technical publications to gather necessary information for input into the Navy Maintenance Database (NMD) for subsequent review and approval by Government representatives
Work a variety of integrated logistic support functions, including but not limited to the development of Bill Of Material (BOM), CK processing, Configuration Overhaul Planning (COP), validation support and general support functions.
Develop BOM, CK processing, COP, and validation products in support of CVN and L-Class ships. Work with customer on a daily basis to ensure all expectations are being met.
MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
- Experience with CDMD-OA or experience with US Navy supply chain.
- Familiarity with CVN and L-Boat configuration.
- Experience with OMMS-NG, APL and/or NSNs.
- Must hold an active DoD Security Clearance.
- An independent worker as well as a team player.
Manage, monitor, and communicate all Cyber Security Compliance, Risk Management Framework (RMF) requirements, IMS/IGS Integration, Cyber Security Acquisition requirements, Computer Network Defense, Vulnerability Management and Continuous Monitoring, Cyber Security Contracts language, Cyber Threats, and Systems Engineering Technical Reviews (SETR) processes.
Define and identifys required operational capabilities and design characteristics for cyber security elements of such systems, including hardware/software and business processes.
Ensure cybersecurity issues are appropriately and adequately addressed in Cybersecurity Strategies and life cycle management documentation, including systems-specific security policy and procedures and security education, training and awareness efforts.
- Provide 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 specification.
- 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.
- Experience in small boat operations to include navigation, engineering, weapons, communications, and overall craft maintenance.
- 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.
Provide U.S. Navy ship maintenance engineering services in support of identification and correction of material condition discrepancies in HM&E, Aviation Systems, C4I, Combat Systems. Requires familiarity with aircraft carrier maintenance procedures.
Responsibilities involve coordinating, scheduling, and administering repair work on U.S. Navy ships, including: ship inspections, safety monitoring, material control, quality assurance, cost and schedule management, test and certification coordination, technical and contractual recommendations, and reporting.
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.
- 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.
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.
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.
· High School Diploma or GED.
· Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
· General understanding of CG/DDG engineering systems
· 5-8 years’ experience as a Gas Turbine System Technician, Electrical (GSE) or Electrician’s Mate (with CG and/or DDG experience).
· One year experience in Navy training, assessing training needs and evaluating training effectiveness.
· Ability to learn new technologies, systems and processes quickly.
· Must work well in a team environment, as well as independently.
· Familiarity and comfort level with use of desktop tools for documentation, i.e., PowerPoint, Word and Excel, etc.
· Qualified Propulsion and Auxiliary Control Console (PACC) and Electric Plant Control Console (EPCC) Operator.
· Must be adaptable, a creative problem-solver, self-motivated and needs to be very flexible.
· Must have the ability to obtain/ maintain a government security clearance
· Must have a passport or be able to obtain one in a reasonable timeframe.
· Navy Instructor 9502 NEC
· Ability to travel significantly for up to weeks at a time
· Prepares and provides various reports and technical reviews to customer and senior management as requested.
· Serve as primary interface and technical contact to customers
· Manage multiple program components and activities simultaneously, ensuring efficiency and effectiveness is achieved
- Assist team in designing new systems or modified existing designs in support of various vessel classes
- Incorporate design changes from engineering packages or Liaison Action Record (LAR) into drawing and BoatAlt packages
- Correct marked-up drawings and/or sketches per fleet requirements
- Develop and prepare schematics and compile and compute engineering data and drawings under direction of engineering staff
- Develop 3D models and extraction for 2D drawing development
- 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.
Site Managers (SM)
Serve as primary point of contact with the Government COR and/or ACOR. Apply program regional and site resources to execute the CSP mission. Exercise full decision-making authority for contractor site CSP activities. Ensure program quality and a safe working environment. Designated as the Responsible Individual (per MCO 4400.201 Vol 13, Chapter 8)