CACI is looking for an experienced Waterfront Manager with strong technical, leadership and communication skills to support a DoD Foreign Military Sales program in the Norfolk, VA area. The program provides life cycle maintenance, logistics support, and modernization of foreign military weapon systems and hull, mechanical, and electrical equipment. The position will be the Waterfront Repair advisor to the Program Manager and be the Project Manager for all aspects of ship repair and modernization.
The primary role of the Waterfront Manager is to provide ship repair expertise, advice and leadership for the modernization and maintenance of former USN, USCG and foreign naval vessels.
Responsible for (1) Oversight and management of ship repair availabilities under the auspices of Foreign Military Sales programs executed by Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). (2) Contractual authority and primary liaison with the government personnel and customer country representative at the executing shipyard. (3) The development of ship repair specifications and Ship Alteration and Repair Packages (SARP). (4) Manage the movement of parts, repair equipment and materials in and/or out of a shipyard. (5) Anticipate, research and provide reports on changes in scope of repair work and impacts to schedule. (6) Develop, implement, and monitor integrated master ship repair schedules. (7) Manage all waterfront staff to effectively evaluate, motivate, delegate and monitor their performance. (8) Conduct production meetings and facilitate the integration of customer country, NAVSEA, and shipyard functions. (9) Ensure adherence to local, state, federal and OSHA safety laws and policies. (10) Oversee the monitoring, recording, and reporting on activities, trends, results and recommendations relating to all ship repair activities (11) Liaison with the Logistics Manager to ensure timely and cost effective ordering, delivery, and receipt inspection of ship repair material and parts. (12) Prepare and submit production / training / logistics schedules, condition reports, weekly SITREPs, material receipt/inspection reports, training reports, incident reports, and test reports.
- Responsible for assisting in the employment, training, coaching, mentoring, motivation, discipline and performance evaluation of assigned employees.
- Provide matrix Waterfront Manager support to all country managers.
- Responsible for driving recommendations through to implementation.
- Communicates effectively with a wide variety of technical and non-technical audiences.
- Provide training to foreign customers on all aspects of life cycle management, ship repair, and quality assurance.
- Develop subcontractor task orders and oversee performance of subcontractor work.
A Bachelor's degree in Arts or Sciences. A Bachelor's degree in one of the following disciplines is preferred: Engineering, Physical Science, Business or Financial Management. Shall have at least 5-7 years of experience in naval ship repair or construction, and 2 years of experience in management of complex projects involving naval ships and combat systems. Shall have experience in naval shipbuilding and overhaul in public or private shipyard environment. Shall have experience in managing a large and diverse group of individuals ranging from professional to industrial worker. Shall have experience in management of schedules for large and complex projects.
Experience working with foreign navy ships and weapon systems.