Amentum U.S. Navy Ship Auxiliary Equipment Mechanic in Spain
Amentum is actively seeking a talented mechanical technician specializing in the maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship auxiliary systems and equipment. The technician will provide Fleet Technical Assistance support, system/equipment assessments, and ship auxiliary equipment and systems including deck machinery, underway replenishment, elevators and conveyors, and miscellaneous hoists.
Ability to work independently executing shipboard system troubleshooting, conducting root cause analysis of failures, performing functional and operations system and equipment assessments and inspections.
Provide On-Site (OS) and Distant Support (DS) technical assistance U.S. Navy ship CS and HM&E related equipment casualties and repairs.
Provide logistics support in instances where parts may be required or allowance parts lists (APLs) are not correct/complete.
Ability to provide over the shoulders and hands on training of ship’s force personnel in the operation, maintenance, and logistics support of specific equipment.
Prepare written debriefs to ship’s force and FDRMC managers or other designated Government representatives, in accordance with the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM) and Technical Assistance Visit Report (TAVR).
Support and use current Government software systems to track problems associated with equipment/systems, and for system analysis, including Tech Assist, Assessments & Scheduling Information (TAAS-Info) and Maintenance Figure of Merit/Navy Maintenance Database (MFOM/NMD) systems.
Vocational/technical training beyond high school
Within the last ten (10) years must have both:
a minimum four (4) years full-time hands-on technical experience in the maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship auxiliary equipment and systems including deck machinery, underway replenishment, elevators and conveyors, and miscellaneous hoists.
a minimum of two (2) years full-time technician experience leading maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship auxiliary equipment and systems including deck machinery, underway replenishment, elevators and conveyors, and miscellaneous hoists.
Must have a minimum of three (3) years of “journeyman level” experience within the last five (5) years in each and every of the following:
Independently worked on or lead a team of technicians troubleshooting, repairing or testing of U.S. Navy shipboard systems.
Independently worked on or lead a team accomplishing formal material condition assessments and inspections such as, Total Ship Readiness Assessment (TSRA), Integrated Class Maintenance Plans (ICMP), Inspections and Surveys (INSURVs) of ship systems and equipment of U.S. Navy systems.
Communicating the findings of U.S. Navy systems troubleshooting/assessments with official reports
Use of the following, or similar, workload databases:
Microsoft Office products
Navy Maintenance Database (NMD)
Minimum of read access rights on Electronic Departure From Specifications (eDFS) and TAAS-Info.
Position requires the ability to work onboard US Navy ships and access ship repair industrial facilities.
Positions will be located in Rota, Spain and will require travel in and around the Mediterranean, Europe, Africa and Arabian Gulf regions.
Position requires an active Security Clearance and ability to obtain a Common Access Card.
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