Lead Ship Superintendent

National City, CA

Post Date: 07/27/2017 Job ID: 44413 Industry: Admin/Clerical
Location: San Diego, CA

Position: Lead Ship Superintendent
Location: San Diego, CA

Responsibilities of the Lead Ship Superintendent

Lead Ship Superintendent in our Field Machining/Shipyard Work Department will report directly to the Program/Project Manager in our San Diego office. The candidate will also interact with various supporting Prime Contractors' department heads and their team along with our and their customers.

The selected candidate will be responsible for all Contract Work Items including scheduling, operations budget, material tracking, enforcement of OSHA, Safety, Quality, and Environmental policies, and supervises all assigned employees to ship through the Prime Ship Superintendents and Shift Supervisors. Work closely with Customers counterpart and customer interface directly impacts Customer Satisfaction. Coordinates and supervises subcontract labor.

In conjunction with supporting the Program/Project Manager with Planning, initiate job setup, working with contracts, estimating, craft management, and production support to include the program review and make/buy requisition process. Setup initial budgets, schedules, manpower, subcontractor requirements and negotiations. Determine assignments and allocate responsibilities of Project Team. Direct the development of production schedules including duration, milestones and key events. Monitor production progress and keep Program Management informed at all times.

Ensure that administrative activities meet all deadlines, writing and reviewing Condition Found Reports (CFRs) and reviewing bids for accuracy and content. Maintain positive Customer relations, facilitating two way communications between Management and the Customer. Attend meetings as required.

Ensures the workforce operates in accordance with OSHA and Company Mandated Safety, Quality, and Environmental policies. This includes regular safety, quality and environmental meetings, participation in incident investigations and responding to corrective action reports and supporting root cause analysis and preventive actions.


Bachelor degree with 5 years experience or a minimum of 10 years experience with a High School diploma/GED and/or graduate from an apprenticeship school.

. Shipyard or US Navy experience preferred.

Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience

Must be a US Citizen

. Must be able to pass a criminal background check

Must be able to obtain and maintain base access to US Naval Facilities and Supporting Shipyards in San Diego

Must be able to work from 6: 30 am to 3: 00pm M-F and overtime as needed & weekend and Holidays as needed

Must be proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook & PowerPoint)

Must have strong written and oral communication skills

Must be able to board ships, enter confined spaces with limited visibility and have the ability to climb up and down stairs and/or ladders of varying heights to complete the job or inspections

Must be able to work indoors and outdoors under all weather conditions

Must be physically and medically qualified to wear required personal protective equipment

Must have a valid driver s license

Must be able to interact with a variety of people in a variety of settings. Ensure that interdepartmental relations are maintained.

Ensure that requirements of the safety handbook are properly followed and enforced.

Perform similar, incidental and other duties as assigned

Employment is contingent upon the ability to pass background screening
to obtain a DOD DBIDS Credential

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