Demonstrated experience in constructing management reporting packages
Knowledge of continuous process improvement methodology
Knowledge of material handling and inventory control practices
Demonstrated advanced expertise in computer and database analysis / reporting is required (Microsoft Office suite including Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word, Tableau, etc.)
Demonstrated advanced expertise in forecasting methods with the ability to move from data analysis to management recommendations
Experienced working in an organized labor environment preferred
Demonstrated prior successful supervisory experience for a minimum of 5 years is preferred
Ability to manage multiple priorities and work with minimal direct supervision
Strong written and oral communication required
Able to work in a production environment (inside, outside, sun, rain, snow, hot, cold and dust)
About 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.