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.
Perform assessments, technical assistance, overhaul, and maintenance of Navy Underway Replenishment (UNREP) systems at UNREP Test site located at NSWCPHD.
Conduct equipment overhaul at NSWCPHD Test Site. Conduct painting as required.
Developing or reviewing designs by extracting and analyzing a variety of engineering data, applying conventional engineering practices to develop, prepare, or recommend schematics, designs, specifications, electrical drawings and parts lists. (Examples of designs include: detailed circuit diagrams; hardware fittings or test equipment involving a variety of mechanisms; conventional piping systems; and building site layouts).
Conducting tests or experiments requiring selection and adaptation or modification of a wide variety of critical test equipment and test procedures, preparing and operating equipment, recording data,
measuring and recording problems of significant complexity that sometimes require resolution at a higher level, and analyzes data and prepares test reports.
Applying methods outlined by others to limited segments of research and development projects, constructing experimental or prototype models to meet engineering requirements; conducts tests or experiments and redesigns as necessary and recording and evaluating data and reports findings. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
Contribute to the development of engineering and logistics documentation, and support logistics functions.
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.
Lead a highly functioning team of talent acquisition professionals attracting and hiring diverse talent. Act as a business partner, comprehend the hiring manager’s business by function and domain, and drive successful delivery to support the infrastructure. Build knowledge of the hiring manager’s business and lead a team which embodies an excellent client service orientation resulting in a successful partnership with hiring managers. Builds a high performing, experienced talent operations team focused on meeting SLA's and identifying candidates with critical skill sets. Design and deliver relevant and appropriate talent strategies centered on attracting and hiring highly skilled, diverse talent. Build and deliver innovative approaches to identify talent delivery channels for entry and experienced hires, including active and passive candidates. Develop strategies, provide coaching, and execute initiatives to drive diverse candidate pipeline development. Recommend sourcing tools, techniques, and technologies to build talent communities and partner with the recruitment marketing leader and business leaders to identify best practices in attracting and converting talent.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Responsible for sourcing qualified candidates and for providing full life cycle recruiting support for approved job openings.
- Identifies qualified candidates and facilitates hiring process in support of Gryphon’s hiring managers.
- Develop and implement robust strategies to attract, source and screen a high-quality pool of diverse candidates, leveraging expertise from wider team as appropriate. Channels to be used include, but are not limited to, to employee referrals, job boards, Internet data research, resume databases, associations, and networking.
- Works closely and maintains positive partnerships with hiring managers. Understands skills and candidate profiles needed to fill positions in a timely manner and within goals established for Gryphon.
- Keeps up-to-date with industry trends and latest market intelligence to implement successful recruitment strategies.
- Implements talent programs, such as internships and referral programs, to cultivate a robust talent pipeline.
- Uses metrics to create reports and identify areas of improvement.
- Evaluate resumes against job requirements and conducts detailed interviews, assessing skills and technical abilities as required. Schedules interviews with hiring managers, receives feedback and assists in negotiation of job offers.
- Ensure accuracy of data in Applicant Tracking System
- Promotes and maintains a positive image of Gryphon Technologies, Inc.
- Update current and design new recruiting policies and procedures (e.g. job application and onboarding processes)
- Implement new sourcing methods (e.g. social recruiting and Boolean searches)
- Review recruitment software and suggest the best option for company needs
- Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.
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 technical research and writing services in support of operating and maintenance technical manuals and other Navy technical document development.
- Development of Navy Training System Plans (NTSP), which are used to fund, develop, and implement training in the fleet.
- Assist with acquiring and organizing information for development of presentations.
- Perform research, writing, editing, and revising of Navy technical documents.
- Read and interpret construction drawings for hull, mechanical, and electrical equipment.
- Work individually or on a project team, interfacing with customer personnel.
- Perform field validations of various watercraft and equipment.
- Development of new and QA of existing NTSPs.
• Provide parts research, on-board validation and acquisition services in support of small boats under 200 feet, primarily Navy small boats.
• Collect, identify, annotate and enter research information into a computer based database.
• Experience with Interactive Computer Aided Provisioning System (ICAPS).
• Perform technically accurate parts research using construction drawings, logistics documents, technical manuals and vendors to accurately provision small boats under 200 feet and other miscellaneous equipment.
• Perform parts research and part number cross referencing in all facets of the federal stock system.
• Perform parts acquisition.
• Interfacing with customer personnel, vendors, and military personnel.
Under direct supervision, performs a variety of administration/professional human resource functions in areas such as recruitment, compensation, employee relations, training and development, EEO/Affirmative Action, and benefits administration. Acts as a liaison, for human resource generalist and often has responsibility for completion of human resources related projects. Responsible for processing changes in (i.e. employee status, pay, benefits etc.), ensuring data is complete, entering data into HRIS, and providing guidance to staff regarding human resources policies and procedures. May research information about various topics, as requested. Assists in supporting the HR day-to-day corporate level activities for Gryphon Technologies, LC.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assists in administration of HR programs for the operation centers and corporate.
- Assists with administering the Performance Management Process for the company.
- Identifies and solves administrative problems which hinder effective and efficient operations
- Assists with facilitating resolution to employee relations matters and minimizing risks to company.
- Assist with the development, maintenance, and implementation of the Employee Handbook, company policies and procedures.
- Contributes to the development, implementation, and interpretation of new and existing HR programs.
- Responsible for the tracking and trending of HR data in areas of responsibility.
- Contributes to initiatives that will enhance motivation, team-building and general welfare.
- Participates in the processing of terminations and conducting exit interviews.
- Assists in organizational training and development efforts.
- Assists with maintaining the Human Resource Information System records and compiles reports from database as needed.
- Conducts designated new employee orientations.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Responsibilities include the complete installation of computer networks, including wiring, hardware configuration and software setup for over 1000 computers. Configure and support all windows 2003 servers, workstations primary domain controllers, backup domain controllers. Services include: DNS,TCP/IP, SLIPP,PPP,DHCP,WINS, Router/server configuration. Secondary duties include installing LAN media cables such as baseband, broadband, fiber-optic cable, 10/100 base-t twisted pair, thinwire and RS232 standard cables. Also basic and advanced network troubleshooting on various large (5000) node and small (100) node networks in and outside the Naval Research Laboratory network grid. Extensive knowledge of IBM compatible computers peripherals and networking hardware including: Network cards, cabling, hubs, wireless access points, wireless routers, wireless networks, ethernet cards, Window server/routers configuration,PC type backup Systems, Fax modems, I/O and MidI serial Interfaces, Multi-Media, CD-ROM, Digital Setup Printers, SVGA
Monitors, Hard and Floppy Drives. In depth knowledge of DOS, Window 2003 Server and Workstation v4.0 and 5.0, Windows Vista, WindowsXP. Design network system from scratch in new Location. Including networks and phone cabling, Evaluating and selecting vendors to provide Hardware, Software and other service. Provide Training and Technical support to users using Laptop and Desktop systems running all versions of Windows NT Workstation, Windows XP, Windows XP, Vista, windows 7,2003,2008 servers and client users. Provide monthly status reports for Contractor and Government clients.
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).
NNSY Mechanical or Structural Senior Designer
Interprets SCD’s, SRFR’s and reference material to develop marked up documents for changes to ship mechanical systems SRD’s, SIB’s, Non-Nuclear Reactor Support (NNRS) Books, and Technical Manuals. Marks up text passages in SIB’s and Technical Manuals for SGML Editors to update. Uses AutoCAD to make graphic changes to SRD’s, SIB’s, NNRS books and Technical Manuals. Provides output of these in PDF format (for SRD’s and NNRS books) or .tiff format (for SIB’s and Technical Manuals). Must have previous experience in operation, maintenance and repair of ship mechanical systems such as piping systems (i.e., fireman or chilled water), pumps, refrigeration systems, elevators (i.e. aircraft and weapons), compressed gas systems (i.e., LP and HP air), and hydraulic systems, ship structures systems such as tanks, radar and antenna platforms. At end of availabilities At end of availabilities will produce PDF files of assigned SRD’s when approved; to include required number of printed copies, properly folded, and electronic files (both Final and Working).
Looking for interns to assist with daily administrative and, possibly, technical tasks for several departments.
Seeking an experienced Controller to work in our Washington, DC location. The qualified candidate will primarily be responsible for assisting or managing the following:
- Overseeing all operations within the Accounting department, to include but not limited to all aspects of accounting; billing, financial statements, general ledger, cost accounting, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, budgeting, tax compliance, inventory accounting, cost accounting, revenue recognition, and various special analyses;
- Maintaining accurate, clear and concise financial information within the corporate accounting system in accordance with GAAP;
- Preparing the annual Incurred Cost Submissions;
- Preparing annual budget;
- Computing indirect rates and ensuring the integrity of the pools and costs centers;
- Ensuring accurate and timely dissemination of financial management reports including, but not limited to, internal and external monthly financial statements in accordance with GAAP;
- Interacting with functional leaders to develop financial reporting package that provides concise, meaningful information;
- Supporting all DCAA \ DCMA Audits;
Assisting in prioritizing business planning, strategy, cash management and financial and Accounting operational issues;
- Conducting monthly balance sheet reviews to ensure that all significant and judgmental accounts are materially correct;
- Recommend and implement accounting procedures in an effort to minimize internal control weaknesses;
- Reviewing departmental day-to-day processes and procedures in an effort to streamline and identify process improvement opportunity;
- Reviewing reports and related information to analyze projections of sales and profit against actuals, forecast and budgeted figures;
- Assist and\or review preparation of tax and other government filings;
- Researching technical accounting issues as required;
- Maintain documented system of accounting policies and operations;
- Providing direction, training and guidance to Assistant Controller as needed;
- Maintains financial staff job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results;
- Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies; and
- Protects operations by keeping financial information and plans confidential.
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.
In support of SURFMEPP, the waterfront project engineer will be involved in a variety duties within the full spectrum of system or program. Specific duties may include:
- Performs technical planning, system integration, verification and validation, cost and risk assessment, and supportability and effectiveness analyses for total systems.
- Performs analyses at all levels of total system product to include: concept, design, fabrication, test, installation, operation, maintenance, modernization and disposal.
- Ensures the logical and systematic incorporation of maintenance requirements into total availability solutions within technical, schedule, and cost constraints.
- Researches, designs, develops, and tests methods to improve the maintenance and modernization process for surface ships.
- Analyzes complex ship systems product or equipment specifications and performance requirements to determine designs that can be produced or maintained by existing processes or infrastructure.
- Evaluates new advanced technologies for application in meeting or extending the expected service life of ships or ship systems.
- Uses the DoD Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) process to provide well-researched and supportable budget recommendations, and to track and manage budget items. Plans, coordinates, directs, and evaluates testing of complex ship systems. Performs risk assessment of advanced ship systems and generates risk mitigation plans and strategies.
- Responsible for the successful technical, schedule and cost performance of a major program or multiple programs through subordinate Program/Project Managers/Task Manager in accordance with contract requirements and company policies, procedures and guidelines.
- Provides executive strategic communications support for both internal and external customers.