The candidate will be a direct report to the Senior Production Planner/Advanced Planning Manager. Provides continuous interface with the customer in regards to assigned work and ensuring work is properly scheduled to meet required planning milestones. Leads effort for developing metrics, advance planning reports, Lessons Learned Best Practices, and WEB based work package delivery system. Develops project production schedules required to meet established delivery dates for tasks related to U.S. Navy surface ship repair and modernization planning, material procurement, and availability planning services. Manages project efforts associated with both planning product and availability work package development. Monitors contractor resource capacity and existing work load; schedules work flow and establishes sequences for all assigned tasks. Identifies and applies additional resources to mitigate planning issues that may negatively impact attainment of established product delivery dates or subsequent delays to the planning process. Monitors performance measurements, by port and ship, to maintain planning product quality control, promotes continuous product improvement, and increased efficiencies in product development. Position requires a thorough understanding of the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual ship repair planning and estimating requirements, U. S. Navy surface ship maintenance and modernization planning processes, use of the Navy Maintenance Database and use of the Validation, Screening, and Brokering automated information system.
Job Requirements and Experience:
Five to seven years managing U.S. Navy depot level surface ship maintenance planning and estimating functions and/or availability work package development. Preferred experience includes management, supervisory, or production controller roles at Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair commands, Regional Maintenance Centers, Navy Central Planning Activities, Planning for Engineering and Repair Activities, and public or private shipyards at the tradesman or shop level. Experience as a Naval Supervising Authority Project Manager is also preferred.
Security Clearance: The candidate must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance.
EOE, including disability/vets: QED is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Contact information:
Phone: 858-987-5380 X 6336