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Job Locations US-CA-Port Hueneme | US-VA-Virginia Beach
Perform assessments, technical assistance, training and maintenance of Navy Underway Replenishment (UNREP) systems onboard USNS and Navy Vessels.   Selected candidate will perform non-routine assignments of substantial variety and complexity, using operational precedents that are not fully applicable, such assignments that are typically parts of broader assignments, are screened to eliminate unusual design problems. Requires shipboard experience including assessing, training, directing and managing a wide variety of ship deck departments. Wide diverse background across a large spectrum of deck gear and supporting systems. Ensures operational readiness through training, maintenance and inspections.  Provide in-briefs and out-briefs to Commanding Officers on the condition of their deck departments.   This position performs one or a combination of such typical duties as: - 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, and be proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
ID
2022-7564
Job Locations US-VA-Norfolk
Overhaul Specialist - Combat Systems   Seeking an experienced Systems Analyst to serve as a member of the CVN69 Availability Support Team for Carrier Availability Planning and Execution. The primary job location wherever the ship is in VA. This position will be responsible for providing technical support and guidance to CVN Ship's Force personnel on the development and implementation of Plans of Action and Milestones (POA&Ms), checklists, instructions and metrics associated with the planning and execution of the Ship's Force Work Package (SFWP) for COMNAVAIRLANT CVN CNO maintenance availabilities. The candidate will need to interface with COMNAVAIRFOR Type Commander, shipyard points of contact, various program managers, and Ship's Force leadership at the work center, division, and department head level and will report to the Maintenance Planning Manager.   Specific requirements of this position are: - Attend a daily meeting with the Maintenance Program Manager to determine focus areas. - Attend the Daily Production List (PDL) and identify issues that are delaying scheduled production. - Walk assigned work areas to monitor progress and compare it to the scheduled progress. - Investigate delays in material transfers to and from the shops and ascertain the cause of the delay. - Meet with MSC personnel to determine ILS issues that are delaying/could delay work and elevate to the MPM for resolution. - Track the Supply Hot List on a daily basis, identify material delays that will impact the completion of work. - Provide feedback to the MPM of results on a daily basis. Provide a written report to the MPM on a weekly basis.  
ID
2022-7559
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Candidate will be a mid-level Network Engineer with the technical knowledge in the design, implementation, and maintenance of networks on US Navy Ships/Aircraft Carriers.  The individual will focus on shipboard networks for Nimitz and Ford Class Carriers.  They will have: - Thorough knowledge of network architecture. - Thorough knowledge of network cybersecurity principles, policies, and standards - Be able to recommend improvements to network performance, capacity, security, and scalability. - In-depth understanding of communication protocols (e.g., TCP/IP and 802.11), routing protocols (e.g., BGP and OSPF), and network operating systems.
ID
2022-7558
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
The Mid-Life Cycle Engineer acts as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) concerning the analysis of current and historical data from multiple Surface Warfare enterprise maintenance databases and technical SMEs to develop long term depot maintenance resource requirements for the expected service life of each class of Surface Navy ships.  Work product supports the creation of class specific Technical Foundation Papers and Requirements White Papers, with the overall goal of  ensuring ships reach the expected service life.  A qualified candidate will: - Access and collect unfiltered data to determine execution costs for specific repairs of equipment in depot level availabilities. Utilize EXCEL-based database software applications to create and analyze data tables and charts. - Liaison with technical stakeholders of Surface Ship Classes (NAVSEA Technical Warrant Holders, Ship Design Managers, In-Service Engineering Agents) to request information in support of determining depot maintenance requirements and strategies.  - Interface with Type Commander and Regional Maintenance Center maintenance staff, as well as other maintenance stakeholders, to obtain maintenance execution and material condition data of Surface Navy vessels for evaluation of future depot maintenance needs - Identify and create life cycle execution strategies for depot level overhauls across ship’s expected service-life. - Conduct maintenance execution history analysis of shipboard systems and equipment maintenance history data to determine life cycle costs and maintenance periodicities. Analyze data to illustrate trends in cost, maintenance and reliability. - Prepare briefs and reports outlining current, historical, and forecasted repair costs and repair execution strategies for all types of depot level overhauls. - Prepare and manage planning and resourcing exhibits which underlie the workload cost of requirements being programmed for execution. - Assist in the development of other products as may be required to support requirements development efforts. - Conduct risk analysis feasibility studies to analyze, evaluate and determine practicability and adaptability of proposed solutions; subsequently determines and evaluates efficiency of adopted improvements to ensure satisfactory progress and fulfillment of requirements. - Performs detailed industrial analysis to ensure that the maintenance requirements are executable within the constraints of the Fleet Response Plan (FRP) and the industrial base of each port. 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.
ID
2022-7556
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
The Junior Engineer - Corrosion conducts review and analysis on the interrelations of ship specific corrosion conditions and their impact on expected service life.  Additionally, the Analyst will track recurring corrosion conditions on multiple Surface platforms using Navy databases and maintenance records to provide analysis and recommendations in support of SURFMEPP’s life cycle maintenance strategies.  A qualified candidate will: - Apply practical engineering and analytical judgment while tracking corrosion work reported by assessment activities to support of the maintenance planning process - Obtain coating and structural knowledge necessary to participate in related Communities of Practice and Knowledge Sharing Networks, as well as review and QA condition data as reported during assessment events - Develop and present findings, reports or recommendations to analysts, employees, managers inside or outside of the organization, agency heads or other high-ranking officials using Microsoft products used by SURFMEPP - Manage programs and foster an environment that administers all resources in a manner that instills public trust while accomplishing the mission - Monitor progress and evaluates outcomes to improve organizational efficiency and effectiveness - Hold self accountable for measurable high-quality, timely, and cost-effective results - Determine objectives, set priorities, and ensure sound management processes and procedures are in place, ensuring that national interests are well served - Have an understanding of the government maintenance team and private shipyard organizations, as they relate to condition assessment and depot level maintenance execution - Be familiar with or able to quickly learn based upon previous database experience, Navy Maintenance and logistics databases (VSB, NMD and CCIMS) - Have or be able to achieve Level 2 and Backfit Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) certifications within six months - Have or be able to obtain Shipboard Corrosion Assessment Training Technician Certification (S-CAT) or attend the course within one year of hire and final certification within AMPP guidelines
ID
2022-7555
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
The Systems Analyst will serve as a Waterfront Engineer in the Surface Ship Maintenance Planning Program (SURFMEPP) in the Availability Planning Department. A qualified candidate will also: - Track the BAWP throughout the entire FRP cycle and communicating the status across & up the chain of command using established processes - Verify all tasks are properly pushed to VSB, are screened to the proper executing activity - Work items are accurate and aligned to available CSWTs - Ensure all MTRs are included in the work package, and all tasks are executed & OQE for completion is provided for accurate completion and close out of tasks - Assist with the accurate budget submission for the POM/DON.  - Perform technical planning, system integration, verification and validation, cost and risk assessment, and supportability and effectiveness analyses for total systems. - Perform analyses at all levels of total system product to include: concept, design, fabrication, test, installation, operation, maintenance, modernization and disposal. - Ensure the logical and systematic incorporation of maintenance requirements into total availability solutions that acknowledge technical, schedule, and cost constraints. - Research, design, develop, and test methods to improve the maintenance and modernization process for surface ships. - Analyze complex ship systems product or equipment specifications and performance requirements to determine designs that can be produced or maintained by existing processes or infrastructure. - Evaluate new advanced technologies for application in meeting or extending the service life of ships or ship systems. - Use the DoD PPBE process to provide well-researched and supportable budget recommendations and to track and manage budget items. - Plan, coordinate, direct, and evaluate testing of complex ship systems. - Perform risk assessment of advanced ship systems and supports risk mitigation plans and strategies. - Supervise and mentor less experienced employees.
ID
2022-7554
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
The Waterfront Admin Assistant will Ensure A-360 BAWP Turnover Letters and C+100 Closeout Letters are in the correct format, free from spelling and grammar errors, and ready for review and upload into e-CORRESPONDENCE. A qualified candidate will also:   - Maintain an up-to-date status of all correspondence that is in progress by all Waterfront Offices. - Collect and collate the weekly HOWGOESIT inputs and monthly CO's SITREP input. - Downloads updated BAWP Tracker files for each ship and distribute to appropriate detachment representative as needed (VSB, NMD, TAAS, OARS, FSC). - Maintain and distribute meeting minutes and action items for Waterfront Lead phone cons and annual face-to-face conferences - Assist all Waterfront Offices with ordering of supplies, furniture, arranging conference rooms and conference lines as needed for all Waterfront Offices. - Maintain revision control and editing of the Waterfront Engineer Desk Guide / Standard Operating Procedures document. - Ensure all forms are documented correctly, submitted, and conducts cross-divisional follow-up to ensure prompt response and documentation. - Serve as the Records Liaison for all nine Waterfront Offices during the Command Data Migration Process.
ID
2022-7553
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
The Senior Analyst will be the Subject Matter Expert for assigned ship class modernization and works in concert with TYCOM, Program Office, Maintenance Teams, In Service Engineering Activities (ISEA), Ships Program Managers (SPM), Participating Acquisition Resource Managers (PARMs), SURFMEPP Detachment Engineers, Port Engineers and Alteration Installation Teams (AIT) to facilitate ship specific modernization planning and execution. - Create/Validate existing Alteration Work Notifications (WN’s) in M&SWP for all classes of ships through engineering and data analysis.  Update MR requirements’ man-day and material cost estimates from a review and analysis of actual return costs.  Assist in the development of CMP tasks for Program and Fleet Modernization requirements with associated configuration data for assigned ship class. - Ensure every alteration is approved by Type Commander (TYCOM) or Ship’s Program Manager (SPM) for installation during CNO Availabilities, Continuous Maintenance Availabilities (CMAV), and Windows of Opportunity (WOO). - Develop, collate and brief maintenance and modernization documents and strategies to all working levels of the maintenance team, to include SES and Flag-level. - Conducts availability integration and modernization analysis utilizing (NDE) Navy Data Environment (Navy Modernization / Entitled Process), Validation, Screening, and Brokering (VSB), and Maintenance and Ship Work Planning (M&SWP) systems.
ID
2022-7551
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
The Junior Systems Analyst will be the Subject Matter Expert for assigned ship class modernization and works in concert with TYCOM, Program Office, Maintenance Teams, In Service Engineering Activities (ISEA), Ships Program Managers (SPM), Participating Acquisition Resource Managers (PARMs), SURFMEPP Detachment Engineers, Port Engineers and Alteration Installation Teams (AIT) to facilitate ship specific modernization planning and execution. - Create/Validate existing Alteration Work Notifications (WN’s) in M&SWP for all classes of ships through engineering and data analysis.  Update MR requirements’ man-day and material cost estimates from a review and analysis of actual return costs.  Assist in the development of CMP tasks for Program and Fleet Modernization requirements with associated configuration data for assigned ship class. - Ensure every alteration is approved by Type Commander (TYCOM) or Ship’s Program Manager (SPM) for installation during CNO Availabilities, Continuous Maintenance Availabilities (CMAV), and Windows of Opportunity (WOO). - Develop, collate and brief maintenance and modernization documents and strategies to all working levels of the maintenance team, to include SES and Flag-level. - Conducts availability integration and modernization analysis utilizing (NDE) Navy Data Environment (Navy Modernization / Entitled Process), Validation, Screening, and Brokering (VSB), and Maintenance and Ship Work Planning (M&SWP) systems.
ID
2022-7550
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
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.
ID
2022-7549
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
We have an ongoing need for an Aerodynamics Engineer SME to support the DARPA Tactical Technology Office (TTO) in Arlington, VA.  Duties will include but are not limited to: - Providing a range of support within your area of expertise and experience, to the Government Program Manager, in developing and implementing an ongoing Science and Technology (S&T) program - Providing oversight and engineering management of activities related to the derivation of aerodynamic design requirements from top-level performance requirements, conceptual, preliminary and detailed aerodynamic design, development of aerodynamic databases using various analytical methods, wind tunnel and flight test planning and execution - Working closely with the Government team throughout the life-cycle of the program, including coordinating with the upper management of all stakeholders - Performing independent technical reviews of performer efforts, providing design and process improvement recommendations - Aiding in the development of new tools, techniques, and processes - Reviewing acquisition related documents - Development and engineering design reviews and readiness reviews - Management of verification efforts for key performance objectives - Ground testing, flight tests or simulations - Post-test analysis activities and review and analysis of test data - Preparing briefs and meeting minutes - Reviewing and providing recommendations for CDRLs and other documents - Responding to official requests for information and other tasks from Government clients and stakeholders - Advising Government clients on incoming technical proposals and white papers - Discussing new ideas for Government programs with researchers - Tracking the progress of contracted researchers on their Government programs, including independent testing, and eventual technology transition to end users - Participating in key intra- and interagency meetings - Working in a dynamic team environment, interact with performer and customer senior-level management - 10 – 15% travel may be required - Work will be performed on-site with some telework available
ID
2022-7547
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
Scientific, Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) support to Department of Defense organizations in research and development, and technology maturation. We have a current need for an experienced Flight Test Engineer with significant technical and programmatic experience in hypersonic systems to support the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC).   The TRMC supports the needs and solutions process to ensure the DoD T&E community has the right set of capabilities for the future; and through the T&E Range Oversight Division which supports the specific infrastructure needs of the Components and range users. Additional information related to TRMC can be found here: https://ac.cto.mil/trmc/.   Duties include but are not limited to: - Providing a range of support within your area of expertise and experience, to the Government, in developing and implementing technologies to enhance the capabilities of the DoD test ranges to test the full spectrum of military acquistion technologies, prototypes and technical demonstrations - Reviewing and analyzing detailed test plans and test reports - Tracking the progress of contracted performers on their Government programs, including independent testing, and eventual technology transition to end users - Participating in: - Development and engineering design reviews and readiness reviews - Management of verification efforts for test performance objectives - Ground testing, flight tests or simulations - Post-test analysis activities and review and analysis of test data - Specification and requirements development, tracking, testing, and reporting - Design reviews, ground testing, flight tests, or simulations - Some CONUS travel (20-25%) likely - Work may be performed on-site (Alexandria, VA), liberal telework is possible
ID
2022-7546
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
Gryphon Technologies is currently seeking a Sustainability Test and Evaluation Analyst to support the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC). The TRMC supports the needs and solutions process to ensure the DoD T&E community has the right set of capabilities for the future; and through the T&E Range Oversight Division which supports the specific infrastructure needs of the Components and range users. Additional information related to TRMC can be found here: https://ac.cto.mil/trmc/. Duties include but are not limited to: - Identify and evaluate issues that encroach upon, or have the potential to encroach upon, the required access to DoD's test resources and provide recommended courses of action - Review policy and legislation for their impacts on access to the Department's natural test infrastructure - Maintain knowledge and awareness of the Major Range and Test Facility Base and the challenges presented to its natural infrastructure - Prepare papers, presentations, reports, and administrative packages on sustainability issues in response to direction from TRMC leadership - Coordinate, facilitate, and participate in meetings across multiple time zones with a variety of stakeholders and summarize the proceedings
ID
2022-7545
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Gryphon Technologies has an immediate requirement for a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) Coordinator in support of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) Information Innovation Office (I2O). The BAA is a technique utilized by DARPA to contract for basic and applied research and certain development efforts.   The BAA Coordinator will work closely with Information Innovation Office (I2O) Program Managers to ensure that BAAs are completed in a timely manner for specific, classified and unclassified government programs. The individual will primarily oversee the entire Source Selection process from coordinating the industry days and drafting & routing of the BAA to inspecting and determining the sufficiency of reviewer and SME evaluation sheets. This will also include working with various stakeholders to ensure that technical concepts and objectives are translated in an effective and efficient manner.   
ID
2022-7544
Job Locations US-MD-Patuxent River
NAVAIR Leadership Support Management Analyst (Part-time/50%)   Our NAVAIR support team has a long and successful track record of providing expert level services to multiple organizations across Naval Air Systems Command. We have a part-time opening for an organized, tech-savvy Management Analyst to work with executive-level NAVAIR clients to assist with critical business operations. The majority of this work will be on-site, but some limited Remote work is anticipated.    Please Note: this position is Part-time/50%. New hires will work 100% remotely until the COVID-19 situation is mitigated. Afterwards, +/- 75% will be Remote/Telecommute with the balance performed on-site in Lexington Park, MD.    Responsibilities: - Provide analytical skills and multidisciplinary support to senior government leaders. - Aid in streamlining processes and learning new digital tools being introduced at NAVAIR. - Translate business needs into SharePoint-based solutions (lists, libraries, forms, etc.) and maintain SharePoint sites. - Coordinate responses to data drills, analyze data, coordinate and prepare briefings, status reports, requests for information, and other documentation.
ID
2022-7543
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Candidate will be a mid-level Cybersecurity Network Engineer with the technical knowledge in the design, implementation, and maintenance of networks on US Navy Ships/Aircraft Carriers.  The individual will focus on Cybersecurity for shipboard networks for Nimitz and Ford Class Carriers.   Candidate must have the following: - Ability to research and be resourceful. - Excellent troubleshooting skills. - Thorough knowledge of network architecture. - Thorough knowledge of network cybersecurity principles, policies, and standards - Ability to recommend improvements to network performance, capacity, security, and scalability. - In-depth understanding of communication protocols (e.g., TCP/IP and 802.11), routing protocols (e.g., BGP and OSPF), and network operating systems. - Ability to work well alone and as part of a team. Must be able to work with cross-matrix & multi-disciplinary teams.  Be able to build consensus with numerous stakeholders. - Ability to mentor junior team members, assist in explaining Cybersecurity aspects to interfacing system engineers and program office counterparts. - Good problem-solving, analytical, mathematical, organizational, written, and interpersonal communication skills Experience in DoD or DoN environments is a plus. Occasional travel to the VA Tidewater area to conduct ship visits and participate in meetings.
ID
2022-7542
Job Locations US-Telework / Remote / Virtual / Telecommuting / Home Based
The Senior Payroll Accountant will be responsible for accurate maintenance of the Employee Master File, timely management of the information feed from the HR System/department, processing of electronic time-sheets in Costpoint Time Collection, working professionally with ADP to prepare the semi-monthly/bi-weekly/weekly payrolls, tax payments and various ad-hoc reporting.   Responsibilities: - The daily operations within the Payroll Department. - Responsible for processing garnishments, unemployment reporting, time-off reporting and generating standard and ad hoc reports. - Responsible for balancing payroll runs and communicating transfers for ADP’s services. - Handling all withholding tax issues including quarterly and annual balancing. - Assure timely an accurate filing of all federal, state and local taxes in various states where the company has employees. - Performing timely and accurate preparation of semi-monthly/weekly/bi-weekly payrolls for entire company via ADP Workforce Now; ensuring employees are paid in compliance to state laws and company policies. - Maintaining and update payroll system tables and configurations. - Monitoring system performance and ensure system and data integrity. - Performing provider bill reconciliation and journal entry spreadsheets as it relates to payroll and employee fringe benefits. - Providing support in the Month/Quarter/Year end processes and/or audits. - Perform benefit-to-cost payroll reconciliations to ensure the company is capturing all benefit costs appropriately. - Supporting business users in the identification and resolution of payroll system and process issues. - Supporting conversion and acquisition location implementations as it relates to the payroll system. - Must be able to demonstrate the ability to manage projects or assignments that are moderately complex in nature where professional judgment is required in solving problems and making recommendations. - Assisting with other jobs as needed.
ID
2022-7541
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
This position is for a Subject Matter Expert in Big Data Analytics to support the Test and Evaluation Science and Technology Program (T&E/S&T). The T&E/S&T Program is the Department’s only Science and Technology Program that invests in technologies to enhance the capabilities of the DoD Test Ranges to test the full spectrum of military capabilities in support of DoD acquisition, experimentation, prototyping, and technical demonstrations.   4800 Mark Center Dr Alexandria, Virginia 22350   The ideal candidate will have the following: - Bachelor’s/Master’s degree or 5+ years of relevant experience (required), PhD (desired) in Data Science, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Mathematics; Information Technology, Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, or a related field - Experience with the DoD, especially with either DoD S&T, DoD Acquisition, or DoD test and evaluation - Familiarity with DoD test Ranges and test facilities, to include the National Cyber Range complex - Experience and a depth of knowledge in several of the following: Command and Control systems; Structured Query Language (SQL); Statistical Programming; Machine Learning; Data Visualization; Big Data Tools; Data Centers; Data Mining or Data Analytics; Communications networks; internet protocols, Computer servers; Computer Networking; Interoperability; Operating systems; system architecture; system administration - Familiarity with the Systems Engineering process. - Experience working with Interdisciplinary teams of scientists and engineers - Broad knowledge of technologies relevant to C4ISR - Broad knowledge of technologies relevant to one or more of the 8 current T&E/S&T Test Technology Areas: Cyber Testing, Directed Energy, Hypersonic Testing, Advanced Instrumentation, Artificial Intelligence & Unmanned and Autonomous Systems, C4ISR, Spectrum Efficiency, and Electronic Warfare. Additional areas of experience in Space, Nuclear systems, or Biotechnology are also of interest. - Broad Knowledge of Military Systems and their missions - Experience providing formal technical assessments of engineering or technology development for senior decision-makers
ID
2022-7540
Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
Gryphon Technologies is currently seeking a Sr. Security Analyst to support the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC). The TRMC supports the needs and solutions process to ensure the DoD T&E community has the right set of capabilities for the future; and through the T&E Range Oversight Division which supports the specific infrastructure needs of the Components and range users. Additional information related to TRMC can be found here: https://ac.cto.mil/trmc/.   PRIMARY DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS • Directly supports government Chief Operating Officer at the TRMC. • Provides oversight of security matters in respect to security information, communications, CUI, OPSEC and INFOSEC. • Audits existing protocols and strengthens procedures to meet policy and implementation requirements. • Responsible for project documentation and monitoring. • Communicate status both internally and externally.  
ID
2022-7539
Job Locations US-VA-Portsmouth
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 Integrated 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 Engineer acts as a Subject Matter Expert supporting SURFMEPP’s Maintenance Specification Development Office (MSDO) with the administration of surface ship depot level availability planning contracts.  This will entail: review and analysis of planning activity contract deliverables, facilitate communications and contribute subject matter expertise among various surface ship enterprise stakeholders (SEA21, SEA02, CNRMC, RMCs) as well as the planning activity contractor, assisting with the development of guidance to support efficient surface ship depot level planning.  Ensures the logical and systematic incorporation of maintenance requirements into total availability solutions that acknowledge technical, schedule, and cost constraints. Supervises and mentors less experienced employees.
ID
2022-7538