Technician, II, Engineering

  • General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
  • Bath, ME, USA
  • Mar 25, 2019
Full time Engineering

Job Description

Job Description

The successful candidate will undergo extensive training to become a valued member of the BIW Configuration Data Manager (CDM) team. The BIW CDM currently manages nearly 11 million configuration and logistics records in support of more than 66 Navy surface combatants with additional ships scheduled for future delivery. A Logistics Analyst supporting the BIW CDM is tasked with evaluating, developing, and maintaining configuration and logistics data for assigned ships and/or ship system(s). The Analyst will be expected to make efficient and accurate decisions based on a thorough review of all available data and resources. The resulting product must conform to well-established Navy policy and industry process requirements to ensure the US Navy Sailor receives the necessary support to complete their mission. The BIW CDM receives new logistics data each day from Ships Force Personnel, Life Cycle Managers, In Service Engineering Agents, TYCOMs, and other Navy organizations adding to an existing healthy backlog. The Logistics Analyst will analyze this data for accuracy, completeness, and compliance before processing into the Navy's Configuration Data Managers Database-Open Architecture (CDMD-OA). The current BIW CDM team of analysts is composed primarily of former BIW production, design and leadership personnel, along with several U.S. Navy retirees.

Required/Preferred Education/Training

- High School Diploma or GED Required

- BIW apprentice or former US Navy 3MC/Storekeeper preferred

Required/Preferred Experience

- Proficient in use of personal computers and associated software required; Microsoft Office Suite preferred

- Strong analytical, organizational, communications and interpersonal skills required

- Ability to analyze technical documentation for accuracy and completeness required

- Ability to determine intent of logistics transactions

- Ability to handle multiple projects and assignments

- Ability to work as a team and/or independently to develop and implement solutions to technical issues

- Must be able to communicate verbally and in writing with coworkers and the Navy customer - Must have a desire to provide error free products in a timely manner

- Shipbuilding/shipboard or related experience preferred

- Working knowledge of shipboard equipment and systems preferred

- Familiarity with Navy Technical documentation and terms a plus.

- Ability to read, understand, and interpret blueprints/drawings preferred

- Preferred current security clearance with the US Government or must be willing to undergo and favorably pass a US Government security background investigation for security clearance.