Amentum Production Controller/Planner in FPO, United States
Amentum is actively seeking a qualified production controller/planner to represent U. S. Navy interest in coordination of repair, maintenance and modernization efforts of US Navy systems and equipment for ships homeported in and visiting Naples, Italy. These responsibilities will include the coordination, execution of voyage repairs (non-pier side), Intermediate maintenance work and casualty response. The candidate will provide technical guidance instructions, prepare and review planning documents, provide oversight of production work and coordinate/interface with craftsmen executing work on vessel and Other Productive Work (OPW) shop work.
Basic knowledge of Navy maintenance policy and practices.
Experience in ordering production materials.
Knowledge of Maintenance Systems Environment (MSE) and Navy Maintenance Database (NMD), Technical Assistance and Assessment Systems Information (TAAS-Info) and other Navy maintenance systems is highly desirable.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite software; DoD classification derivation policies; DoD cyber-security policies and procedures; JFMM CASREP handling procedures contained in COMUSFLTFORCOMINST 4790.3. are highly desirable..
Ability to compile data into comprehensible basic reports and spreadsheets used by a variety of both military and civilian organizations during meetings and conferences to include, but are not limited to:
Ability to learn, operate and enter information into Web-based management database applications, SQL-based Microsoft Access databases and applications and SharePoint and share drive applications files.
Perform transcription and typing of inter/intra-office reports and email correspondence;
Schedule and participate in meetings and teleconferences; processing, tracking and managing production information on ongoing work in applicable databases related to ship equipment repair and fleet technical support.
Prepare weekly planning status report which includes status of work item preparation and adherence to milestones for all availabilities.
Provide accurate tracking of CASREP statuses for all jobs
Develop definitive work specifications, cost estimates, and material requirements for overhauls/repairs and review specifications to ensure required level of quality assurance is incorporated.
Develop long-range plan for accomplishment of current and projected workload schedules.
Initiate procurement of GFM on assigned projects. Monitor procurement actions to ensure all GFM will be available to support the availability production schedule.
Evaluate and make recommendations on material procurement sources, substitutions, and expediting techniques. Ensure the required level of quality assurance is incorporated in the job specifications and that the necessary inspections, tests, and reports are prescribed in sufficient detail to prove workmanship.
Work with planning division to standardize and codify terminology in Master Specification Catalogue.
Resolve production problems; develop scope of work requirements and assist in the development of government technical advisory reports.
Coordinate the scheduling of availability risk assessments and the development of risk letters and other risk documents in accordance with CNRMC instruction for all availabilities in planning.
Provide notifications to production controllers when risk requirements are coming due.
Report risk assessments and documentation milestones and status as part of the weekly planning report.
Vocational/Technical school/Associates degree and 8 years of job-related experience, or equivalent.
Must have knowledge and/or experience in the following: Maritime Systems Environment (MSE) program suite (AIM, MAT, MRQT, BO and SUPDESK).
Must have knowledge and/or experience in the following:
Microsoft Office software; DoD classification derivation policies;
DoD cyber-security policies and procedures;
JFMM CASREP handling procedures contained in COMUSFLTFORCOMINST 4790.3.
Position requires an active secret security clearance and ability to obtain and maintain a work visa, passport and Common Access Card.
Position requires successful Technical Expert Statys Accredidation (TESA) required in Italy.
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