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Experienced candidate will be responsible for providing the Navy Customer with Configuration Management (CM) services for OHIO SSBN/SSGN Class Non-Propulsion Electronic System (NPES) Alterations. Selected candidate will be responsible for review of Engineering Changes (EC), Temporary ECs, and Software Updates (SU) to ensure accuracy of the CM data and compliance with OHIO Class requirements; hardware configuration audits; software configuration inspections; and maintenance of Configuration Status Accounting (CSA) records in government databases.
Selected candidate must regularly interface with EB System Engineering, Planning Yard, Program Acquisition Resource Managers (PARM), alteration developers and the Navy Customer to resolve or better understand CM issues. Selected candidate will participate in technical and programmatic meetings requiring local travel and occasional off-site travel.
Recently retired Submarine Forward Electronics Technician with experience as shipboard Maintenance and Material Management (3M) Coordinator. Technical background in OHIO Class or VIRGINIA Class Submarine Non-Propulsion Electronic System experience desired. Three years or more System Engineering experience and Leadership Experience desired. Experience with Ship Alterations and Engineering Changes desired.
Candidates must possess strong written and verbal communication skills, strong computer skills, and be able to work independently. Ability to plan, organize, and schedule work, and the ability to direct others to accomplish tasks is required. A technical background in OHIO Class or VIRGINIA Class submarine NPES, its components, and submarine operational experience is highly desired. Working knowledge of the Navy’s Maintenance Figure of Merit (MFOM) - Submarine Acquisition System (SAS) is highly desired. Working knowledge of CM practices and CSA requirements is desired.