General Dynamics Bath Iron Works

Bath Iron Works builds some of the world’s most formidable ships. Since 1884, we have delivered more than 425 ships to the world’s naval and commercial fleets. Today, Bath Iron Works is building naval ships with the same dedication. We are the lead designer and builder of the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, one of the most technologically advanced and capable surface combatants ever built. We are also one of the partners for the Zumwalt class, the Navy's next-generation, multi-mission naval surface combatant.

Bath Iron Works is the leader in surface ship design and construction with a reputation for innovation and quality that sets the standards for the industry. Our products are the most technologically advanced naval ships in the world.

We're located on the coast of Maine in the City of Bath. This region offers unlimited recreational activities. You can enjoy kayaking, sailing, snowboarding, skiing, bicycling, and hiking the Appalachian Trail. Maine is also known for its support of the arts and is rich with cultural opportunities. And Maine is one of the best places in the U.S. to raise a family. We're 2.5 hours from Boston and 45 minutes from Maine's largest city, Portland. See http://www.maine.gov for many more details.

General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description The pay range for this position ranges from $21.05/hr - $22.93/hr    This is a mid-level experience position to work in the Shipfitting Trade. Applicants will be assigned any S40 trade function with limited assistance from a more experienced S40, including (but not limited to): • Fabrication of items made from sheet metal, steel, stainless steel, and aluminum such as hull outfit foundations, tanks, small assemblies, and bulkhead assemblies using sketches and drawings. • Installing items on units or on ships including (but not limited to): set up of mock stations, layout and installation of shell/deck stringers, layout and installation of back-up structure, layout and install hull outfit foundations using assembly sketches and blue prints. • Fabricating and installing major equipment foundations using fabrication sketches and drawings. Required/Preferred Education/Training Preferred – High School Diploma or GED. Preferred – Minimum 1 year Technical or Vocational training in steel fabrication or carpentry trade. Required/Preferred Experience Required – Minimum 1 year experience in metals fabrication or installation. Required – Must be able to read blueprints in detail. Required – Must have experience working with metal, hand tools, and power tools. Required – Must meet the requirements of the S40 physical task analysis.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description The pay range for this position ranges from $15.97/hr - $18.36/hr. This is an entry level position to work in the Tinsmith Trade. Applicants may be assigned any T04 Trade tasks, but will initially be assigned to assist in basic T04 trade functions including (but not limited to): fabrication and installation of items made from sheet metal, steel, stainless steel and aluminum, or assist a more experienced T04 in more complex fabrication and installation operations. Required/Preferred Education/Training Preferred – High School Diploma or GED. Preferred – Technical or Vocational training in tinsmith or carpentry trade. Required/Preferred Experience Required – Must have experience working with sheet metal, hand tools, and power tools. Required – Must be able to read blue prints. Required – Must be able to read a tape measure, perform basic layout and perform simple math calculations. Required – Must meet the requirements of the T04 physical task analysis.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description Acts as the BIW IT lead, in coordination with other BIW business units, to for the implementation and support of OT (Operational Technology). OT is the technology embedded in: plant operational systems, equipment monitoring and reporting systems, and automated manufacturing systems. Completes business cases in support of OT projects; Participates in, or facilitates, business process modeling and OT solution research efforts. Supports business case development for OT projects and enhancements. Acts as an IT consultant to the business units and reviews all documents for OT projects and enhancements. Acts as the IT OT lead with the business units by: Opening and maintaining lines of communication to monitor and improve business unit satisfaction with OT, Provides an IT single point of contact for business units into IT and acts as a conduit between the organizations, Makes recommendations for OT process and product enhancements, Lead the IT effort to develop and implement an OT architecture and implementation framework that meets IT security requirements and enables BIW to leverage OT capabilities. Participates with BIW business units in the long range strategic planning for OT implementations for BIW. Benchmark OT best practice with industry consultants and GD business units. Work with Operations, Facilities, Engineering and Security staff to develop actionable OT requirements in support of OT projects and business cases Coordinate with the BIW business units to implement an OT Governance framework. Function as the IT lead for all OT implementation projects, OT product upgrades and life cycle support, and OT compliance initiatives. Support OT efforts primarily in the main shipyard in Bath and its other manufacturing locations in Brunswick Manage BIW’s technology suppliers to ensure OT trained and competent staffs are available to support BIW. This is primarily a first shift position, with some limited required communication and support across other shifts. Required/Preferred Education/Training BS in Business, Industrial Engineering, Computer Science or related fields; or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Required/Preferred Experience Four to six years’ experience with business operations or systems development required. Requires excellent communication, analytical, facilitation and negotiation skills. Proficiency in the use of technology and computer systems required.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description -Nursing assessment of injured/ill employees using established protocols -Medical surveillance for selected employees, includes: spirometry, audiometry, vision and modified physical examinations -Occupational health nursing activities within the manufacturing units addressing employees who are at modified work or who are otherwise not able to perform all the essential functions of the work -Environmental health activities will include ergonomics, toxicological and exposure issues -Providing education / onsite training to groups or individuals -Team collaboration with management / workers comp.        Required/Preferred Education/Training -BS in an approved nursing program acceptable to State of Maine licensing criteria -Current license to practice nursing in the state of Maine required -BLS/ACLS certification required -COHN desired/ willingness to obtain certification within 2 years of hire Required/Preferred Experience -Minimum of two years’ experience as a nursing professional -Emergency/Urgent Care/ICU/Ambulatory care experience necessary -Able to work effectively in a blue collar/union represented environment -Must be physically able to access ships/construction units in various stages of construction -Computer literacy is required -Experience with an EMR is preferred -Must be able to work flexible hours
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description The pay range for this position ranges from $15.97/hr - $18.36/hr. This is an intermediate level position (Grade 4 – 6) to work as a Yard Rigger. Applicants may be assigned to a variety of Y02 Trade tasks, including (but not limited to): selecting and assembling rigging gear, determining load capacities of gear, attaching and un-attaching loads to lifting gear, performing basic hand rigging, service lifts, drift lifts, operating mobile equipment, and inspecting rigging gear. Required/Preferred Education/Training Required – Minimum 1 year previous rigging experience. Preferred – High School Diploma or GED. Preferred – Crane experience.   Required/Preferred Experience Required - Must be able to work on ships, on the ground, and in all buildings. Required - Must be able to identify the correct type sling for a given application Required - Must be able to determine sling angles and associated capacities. Required - Must demonstrate usage and understanding of "Standard Hand Signals". Required - Must meet the requirements of the Y02 physical task analysis. Required - Knowledge of standard crane nomenclature, associated functional and operational characteristics. Preferred – Ability to explain basic terms such as: Load Radius, Working Load Ratings, Gross Capacity, Net Capacity, Rated Capacity, Sling Angle and Usage Criteria.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description The pay range for this position ranges from $21.93/hr - $25.51/hr. This is an experienced level position (pay grades 6-9) to work as a Crane Operator. Applicants may be assigned any C70 Trade tasks that they are trained and qualified to perform. Required/Preferred Education/Training Required – Basic training in safe rigging practices. Preferred – High School Diploma or GED. Preferred – NCCCO license. Required/Preferred Experience Required: - Minimum 3 years of experience in the operation of bridge, remote bridge, friction, and/or mobile cranes (does not include pendant cranes) in a manufacturing environment.      OR - Minimum 1 year of operating cranes at Bath Iron Works (does not include pendant cranes). Required – Must meet the requirements of the C70 physical task analysis, including working in buildings or outside.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description Coordinate and/or facilitate the resolution of any barriers, either production or pre-production that could impede the achievement of the operational excellence scheduled events, to include: - Work with Pre-Outfit 1 Management team and front line supervision in support of activities required to support readiness for Product in Station Startup - Define and Ensure work order documentation with shift by shift visual controls are executable; including trade planning boards and visual management boards on the shop floor - Ensure Clean Starts for material to execute plan is on hand at jobsite - Ensure budget reflects work scope - Identify and validate all pre-execution support tasks are resolved (T-minus processes) - Capture Product Flow Disruptions (in Database) and coordinate the resolution of design/engineering/quality/material/support service issues impacting execution - Maintain and update Configuration Management and access to online tools and checklists for PO1 OPEX Processes on PO1 website - Develop, maintain and train others on standard work practices - Generate affinity diagrams for systemic issue resolution brainstorming - Ensure stock materials are available to sustain the OPEX processes Required/Preferred Education/Training - Graduate apprentice or Associate Degree combined with production experience preferred - Lean Six Sigma: Lean 101 or Yellow Belt; or Operational Excellence training preferred - High school diploma/GED required Required/Preferred Experience - Minimum 2 years of production trade or planning experience required - Solid understanding of shipbuilding processes and MACPAC system - Strong computer knowledge/experience with Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word and MACPAC - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills across various levels of management, both written and oral - Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities - Understanding of labor cost reporting - Strong analytical, organizational, and interpersonal skills, including ability to develop process controls and implement solutions - Ability to organize, plan, and execute small projects - Teamwork skills Preferred candidate has a lot of positive energy and interpersonal skills. Looking for someone that can build and maintain positive relationships with mechanics, management, and customers in a fast-paced and fun work environment.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description This is an entry level position (Grade 1 – 3) to work as a Yard Rigger. Applicants may be assigned any Y02 Trade tasks, but will initially be assigned entry level rigging operations including (but not limited to): selecting and assembling rigging gear, attaching and un-attaching loads to lifting gear, performing basic hand rigging, and inspecting rigging gear. Applicants must be able to perform this work in all areas of the shipyard. Required/Preferred Education/Training Preferred – High School Diploma or GED. Required - At least 3 months of prior rigging experience.   Required/Preferred Experience Required - Must be able to work on ships, on the ground, and in all buildings. Required - Must meet the requirements of the Y02 physical task analysis. Preferred – Ability to demonstrate usage and understanding of "Standard Hand Signals". Preferred – Ability to identify the correct type sling for a given application Preferred – Ability to determine sling angles and associated capacities.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description Plan, organize, and coordinate work of mechanics on crew Ensure quality and timeliness of work is completed within budgeted and scheduled parameters Assign and status MACPAC work orders/coordinate operational schedule Support and administer labor contract and ensure safety regulations Communicate with other supervisors to help achieve and maintain smooth work flow and high degree of productivity Use electronic Time Accounting System (TAS) to maintain employees' time and overtime daily Perform all assigned work in accordance with established BIW safety procedures Required/Preferred Education/Training High school/GED required NACE Level 1 or NBPI certification preferred Required/Preferred Experience Trades experience in an industrial or construction environment required. Two years' experience in industrial/marine painting and/or abrasive blasting preferred. Experienced in the use of plural component spray equipment systems desired Experienced in the use of portable blasting, ultra-high pressure water jetting and dehumidification equipment desired Understanding of Navy Standard Items 009-32, desired Understanding of SSPC Systems and Specifications, desired Solid understanding of shipbuilding processes and MACPAC systems Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflict required Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities required Must be competent in MS Office products to include Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Previous supervisory experience in a production environment desired Ability to work all areas of a ship, including tanks Ability to obtain Secret clearance preferred
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description Work directly with manufacturing management on develop of Area Budgets at all levels of planning detail: Control Account / Work Package / Job and Resource. Seated in the production area, develop and manage Control Account Plans for Operations Management. Establish and maintain rate calculations used to allocate budget downward to the WO level. Adjust Work Package budgets for changes in work scope and externally funded change Track change work and insure that it is properly funded and budgeted prior to the trades starting work, including Class II change identification, estimating and compensation. Maintain Estimates to Complete (ETC) and Estimates at Completion (EAC) for all Work Packages within Control Accounts Monitor Earned Value Metrics and make recommendations to CAM for areas of concern and need for corrective action. Track corrective action results. Perform Variance Analysis and assist Control Account Manager (CAM) in documenting Variance Cause and Corrective Actions Ensure that progress reporting systems accurately reflect the status of work accomplished with the area of responsibility. Monitor the data integrity of EVM data.  Make corrections as necessary to clean up data errors Monitor Planning Package time-phasing and make corrections to time-phased budgets before they enter the current period (beyond time now). Monitor Labor Charging for errors, resolve Labor Suspense and promote complete and correct entry of Actual Cost of Work Performed (ACWP) Support area management by providing reports and analyses to aid in operational decision making Required/Preferred Education/Training Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (concentration in Computer Science a plus)  or  equivalent combination of education and experience Required/Preferred Experience Experience with construction processes of heavy industry preferred MacPac, PBOM and MRP process knowledge desired Ability to communicate cost, schedule, resource budget issues to management Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment with multi-task job functions Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team-oriented work environment Knowledge of Earned Value Management and establishing meaningful project metrics desired Excellent computer skills with emphasis on MS Excel, Access, Power Point and Project Management scheduling tools (i.e. Artemis Project View, Deltek Open Plan Professional and Primavera)
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works San Diego, CA, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description Permanent position located in San Diego, CA. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Acting in a liaison capacity supporting the local PMR, SWRMC, and their Installing Agents (IA) with the installation of maintenance and/ or modernization alterations during the ships scheduled CNO availabilities. • Perform ship checks to support DDG-1000 design development. Packages must be developed in such a manner that they can serve as a basis for design development. • Generate design for ship alterations as required. • Investigate emergent waterfront issues and interface directly with the waterfront community and Ship's Force. Required/Preferred Education/Training • High school diploma/GED required. • Associates/Bachelor’s degree in a technical field preferred. Required/Preferred Experience • Minimum of 3 years of technical experience required, 5 years preferred. • Ability to interpret and follow technical procedures, standards, and work instructions required. • Marine design/liaison experience required. • Design background with multi discipline experience preferred. • Proficiency in developing design in Auto-CAD. • Knowledge of DDG-1000 Class ships and shipboard systems. • Proficiency in moderate to complex development work, problem solving and the review/check of another employee's work required. • Must have strong communication skills and ability to work in a team environment. • Demonstrated ability to work independently with little oversight. • Ability to represent Bath Iron Works autonomously and in a professional manner. • Ability to obtain a Secret clearance required. • Ship checks could require some climbing.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Intern
Job Description Part of General Dynamics Marine Systems, Bath Iron Works is a full service shipyard specializing in the design, building and support of complex surface combatants for the U.S. Navy. Our summer internship program provides students with meaningful work experiences in their program of study and an increased awareness of our work environment. Bath Iron Works is located on the coast of Maine in the city of Bath, 2.5 hours north of Boston, MA and 45 minutes from Maine's largest city, Portland. We are actively recruiting candidates pursuing degrees in the following areas: Business Administration and/or Maritime Business Industrial Technology and/or Construction Management Supply Chain Management and/or Logistics Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Marine Engineering Naval Architecture Safety & Environmental Engineering Finance & Accounting Law - Employment/Labor Typical department placements include; Engineering, Design, Finance, Materials/Quality, Manufacturing Operations, Safety, and Legal/Labor Relations. Applicants will only be considered for positions that match their academic degree programs. The internship program begins Monday, May 25, 2020 and ends on Friday, August 14, 2020. Required/Preferred Education/Training Completion of junior year (typically 90 credits) towards a B.S. degree in Engineering, Business, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Finance or a related field For positions within the Legal area, completion of 2L year required Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (out of 4) required Must currently be enrolled in BS or MS Academic Program Must be available to begin the Internship on Monday, May 25, 2020 Required/Preferred Experience Excellent verbal and written communications skills Self-motivation and the ability to contribute as a team member General computer skills and a knowledge of MS Office Suite Ability to organize, plan and execute projects Research skills and attention to detail
$20 - $22 yearly
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description The pay for this position ranges from $19.55/hr to $21.93/hr. This is an intermediate level position (pay grades 4-6) to work within the Marine Electrical Trade.  Applicants may be assigned to a variety of E02 tasks, including (but not limited to): fabrication of foundations; lay-out and installation of foundations (using welding equipment); layout and installation of wire-ways; installation of electrical equipment; installation of cables; cut-in and hookup of cables to equipment. Applicants must be able to perform this work in all areas of the shipyard to include shipboard, in production buildings, on the LLTF, in the dry dock, or on ships in the water. Required/Preferred Education/Training Preferred - High School Diploma or GED. Preferred - Technical or Vocational training in electrical. Required/Preferred Experience Required - Experience with the use of hand, power, and pneumatic tools. Required - Experience reading and using blueprints, including ability to perform basic layout and simple math calculations.  Required - Minimum 1 year prior experience working in an electrical related field. Required - Must meet and perform to the requirements of the E02 Physical Task Analysis. Preferred - Experience in an industrial or shipbuilding environment.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Norfolk, VA, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Permanent position located in Norfolk, VA. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Acting in a liaison capacity supporting the local PMR, MARMC, and their Installing Agents (IA) with the installation of maintenance and/ or modernization alterations during the ships scheduled CNO availabilities. • Perform ship checks to support DDG design development. Packages must be developed in such a manner that they can serve as a basis for design development. • Generate design for ship alterations as required. • Investigate emergent waterfront issues and interface directly with the waterfront community and Ship's Force. Required/Preferred Education/Training • High school diploma/GED required. • Associates/Bachelor’s degree in a technical field preferred. Required/Preferred Experience • Minimum of 3 years of technical experience required, 5 years preferred. • Ability to interpret and follow technical procedures, standards, and work instructions required. • Marine design/liaison experience required. • Design background with multi discipline experience preferred. • Proficiency in developing design in Auto-CAD. • Knowledge of DDG Class ships and shipboard systems. • Proficiency in moderate to complex development work, problem solving and the review/check of another employee's work required. • Must have strong communication skills and ability to work in a team environment. • Demonstrated ability to work independently with little oversight. • Ability to represent Bath Iron Works autonomously and in a professional manner. • Ability to obtain a Secret clearance required. • Ship checks could require some climbing.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Bath, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description Rapid response is the concept of getting mechanics the quick service they need to progress discrete work faster. Job duties include the following:    - Manage rapid response day to day operations on board ship.   - Coordinate / manage trades assigned to rapid response including performance metrics for rapid response: • Paintshop – paint removal, pickup paint, support • I02 – Pipe and structural insulation removal and repair • Facilities - Tool crib, air, steam, power • Temporary vent and power • Carpenter shop service • Staging • Safety • Other - Provide information services to all personnel working and / or visiting aboard ship:  • Responsible for making shipboard announcements • Interfacing with security and fire response personnel during normal and emergency situations • Interface with medical personnel in event of injury aboard ship. • Integrate with Safety Action Teams and help manage Safety Boards and logs – both content and condition • Understand ships on-boarding requirements for new personnel • Manage Tank Board – responsible to ensure all personnel working tanks are using the tank status board per procedure and responsible to provide board status in the event of emergency or drill situations - Ensure a safe, clean, working environment is maintained at all times during the construction process:  • Manage inventory of care and protection consumables onboard ship • Manage inventory of cleaning supplies onboard ship - Backup Area Managers or Front Line Supervisors as requested - Manage special projects as assigned by ships management - Coordinate and/or facilitate the resolution of any barriers, either production or pre-production that could impede the achievement of scheduled events - Responsible to understand the ships plan and priorities and execute: • Work in accordance with all Union agreements and promote teamwork • Work to identify, develop, and implement cost reduction initiatives • Work to maintain a high level of credibility with customers Required/Preferred Education/Training High School Graduate or GED Graduate apprentice or Bachelor's Degree preferred Required/Preferred Experience • Minimum of 5 years production/shipyard experience preferred • Solid understanding of shipbuilding processes and MACPAC system • Solid understanding of union agreement • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflict • Understanding of labor cost reporting
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Brunswick, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description Develop detailed availability work package planning analysis reports. The reports will be delivered to the Navy and installing shipyards. Interface directly with various Planning Yard and Navy information systems to electronically collect, analyze and reconcile data. Update and maintain ship, availability and alteration specific data in the Planning Yard Hull Management System (HMS). Work directly with various Navy activities to support the maintenance of HMS data and development of availability analysis products. Provide Project Management (PM) products and services for various projects as assigned. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with various internal and external customers. Required/Preferred Education/Training Planner III: Minimum of Associate Degree in Business or Engineering, or equivalent combination of education and experience required.   Senior Planner: Minimum of Associate Degree in Business or Engineering, or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Bachelor's degree in engineering/technical discipline preferred. Required/Preferred Experience Planner III: 3 years experience in Shipbuilding or related industry required.   Senior Planner: 5 years' experience in Shipbuilding or related industry required.   Unique/Additional skills required: Strong background in Post-Delivery availability planning, working knowledge of DDG 51 and/or DDG 1000 class ships. Detailed understanding of DDG 51 and/or 1000 Planning Yard processes, procedures and products or DDG Post Delivery maintenance/modernization experience preferred. Strong analytical, organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated strong computer skills, ability to develop relational databases to collate information used in maintenance of PY HMS data and development of analysis reports and planning products. Demonstrated working knowledge of HMS and the PY SSSC Web Site. Experience with Project Management (PM) software a plus. Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with Adobe InDesign & Illustrator, or similar publishing applications a plus.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Brunswick, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description Provide all aspects of Trade Planning to Manufacturing for 2nd shift machine operations at the East Brunswick Manufacturing Facility (EBMF). Successful candidates will be expected to provide technical assistance to the machine operations team in determining executable work, providing necessary documentation to accomplish that work, research material, determining material availability, and ordering material as needed. Also including bill of material development and job packaging. Depending on specific assignments, job will consist of varying levels of office, shop floor, and onboard work. A physical job task analysis is available at the time of interview. Required/Preferred Education/Training High school diploma/GED required Graduate of BIW Manufacturing or Design Apprentice preferred. Required/Preferred Experience Three years' experience in planning, manufacturing and/or design with a strong background in material control and inventory storage practices preferred; and/or a college degree in a technical, business or management related field. Demonstrated ability to read and comprehend blueprints and other technical documents required. Competent usage of common PC-based systems (Microsoft Office, etc.) required. Strong knowledge of BIW work management systems (MACPAC, ESS, JIRA, FLOC, etc.) preferred. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks. Ability to work in a team environment. Satisfactory work history (discipline/attendance) Must meet all requirements of the physical task analysis for Material Planner in manufacturing environment. Must be able to obtain a security clearance.
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Brunswick, ME, USA
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description The Program Controls department at Bath Iron Works is charged with ensuring that all program efforts are executed in a manner consistent with the various contract types, terms and conditions agreed upon at the time of negotiation of each contract.  These obligations are to ensure that the appropriate business model is being adhered to in order to safeguard profit maximization.  The Program Analyst position is responsible for maintaining and reporting on the financial and contractual health of the Post Delivery & Service contracts that Bath Iron Works enjoys with the United States Navy.  This includes applying project management principles to assigned projects, as well as day to day maintenance of the BIW cost systems and data reporting platforms.  The basic core job functions are listed (but are not limited to) below:   • Measure and monitor program performance, including the impact of programmatic decision making on future performance • Ensure actions taken to execute contract are in alignment with the business model that supports contract specific terms and conditions • Deliver program metrics and reporting to leadership and interpret use of that information by way of recommendations for action • Work directly with Navy customer to manage workload and dependant funding status • Coordinate with Navy Contracts and Finance on all matters relating to funding, contractual concerns and formal communications • Responsible for coordinating and tracking funding health and status of all contract line items • Track team wide funding depletion status & burn rate in fast paced, dynamic Post Delivery environment • Manage project level Estimates at Complete (EACs), inclusive of labor and material estimates, as well as subcontractor/vendor commitments • Responsible for the data management and data integrity of the BIW approved cost system (Deltek Cobra) • Collaborate with functional leads across multiple BIW departments to facilitate the execution of Post Delivery scope • Help interpret and communicate contractual and financial restrictions/requirements and guidelines to senior management • Establish & maintain contract budget baselines Required/Preferred Education/Training • Bachelor's degree in Technical/Engineering, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, or a related field required • Strong critical analysis skills and business acumen • Ability to frame up issues, options and solutions for business decision-making • Demonstrated critical and strategic thinking skills • Ability to work at different levels of detail and concisely summarize complex issues; comfortable with ambiguous task assignments • Microsoft Access and Excel skills required to manage and manipulate data/information; Intermediate to advanced skills a plus • Earned Value Management experience a plus • Experience with Deltek (Cobra/Open Plan) & SAP also a plus Required/Preferred Experience • 3 or more years of relevant business experience preferred • Prior experience in Government Contracting, Program Controls/Finance, Cost Accounting preferred • Good project management skills including prioritization of multiple tasks and deliverables • Ability and drive to work independently and within a dynamic team environment • Ability to build strong relationships across the BIW organization is critical • Strong organizational and time management skills • Highly motivated person with proven analytical skills • Adept at prioritizing and managing to deadlines