Directly reports to the Ship Program Manager (SPM) and the homeport Senior Program Manager Representative (PMR) on the status of pre-planning, production, financial, testing and completion of modernization work accomplished by Master Ship Repair (MSR) Shipyards and Alteration Installation Teams (AIT’s). Requires interface with the responsible Naval Supervising Activity (NSA) for all MSR production and various Naval Commands and Type Commanders for AIT work. Position requires close coordination with Program Manager Representatives (PMRs).
Duties and Responsibilities
- Coordinate and implement all technical efforts to support the pre-planning and execution of modernization. Includes identification of alteration work packages, repair work, work specifications, design requirements, alteration material requirements and identification of all required ILS. Individual will coordinate all work efforts with Regional Maintenance Centers, government AIT sponsors, Ships Force, ISEA tech codes, shipyard contractors and Planning Yard On-Site reps to ensure technical accuracy of all SHIPALT data.
- Monitor and report (a) MSR and AIT adherence to production and test milestone schedules, (b) financial monitoring and reporting of CNO avail, (c) deconflict MSR and/or AIT issues with responsible NSA and sponsoring government agency and, (d) overall condition of ship during the avail.
- Collects, develops and analyzes complex specialized information on modernization production. Serves as a technical advisor to coordinate (via conferences, meetings, correspondence, etc.), the work of a number of organizations engaged in various equipment-related functions such as supply support, maintenance and repair. Provides technical data necessary to establish deadlines and phase programs in and out, and to resolve wide-ranging sensitive or potentially difficult issues.
- Assist in the coordination of visits to ships and Navy organizations, contractor plants, etc., to evaluate SHIPALTs, Program or Fleet SCDs, and equipment-level alteration installations. Ship visits provide a better understanding of upgrade operations and requirements and help solve broad operation, maintenance and repair problems affecting complete equipment systems to support various In-Service Engineers technical responsibility.
- Responsible for execution of the Modernization work package and adherence to the Entitled Process production milestones. Works with responsible NSA to understand and identify all work that has been accomplished and planned production dates for completion. Manages and reports the status of work and financial expenditures.
- Reviews and approves related Condition Found Reports for cost, production and testing schedule impacts. Interface with Planning Yard On-Site Representatives to review/approve design changes or growth work. Negotiates costs with responsible NSA and assigned MSR. Identifies changes, tracks and reports all growth and new work sequences to NSA.
- Coordinates all testing efforts with responsible NSA and applicable Navy sponsoring Commands. Schedule is determined by the Entitled Process Milestones and milestone dates set forth by the NSA and ship. Requires delays or testing milestone changes are quickly and effectively communicated.
- Participate in Lessons Learned conference and other post-installation meetings; i.e., Hot Washes and Modernization Execution Reviews. Post–install meetings include reviewing red-lined design drawings and capturing any design changes made via the LAR/RLAR process during installations. Information is shared for all future Cruiser and Destroyer Mod avails
- Demonstrates superior writing and presentation skills to develop briefings, documents, papers, conceptual, and analytical reports for clients.
- Maintains and complies with security procedures in the performance of duties.
- May provide direction, training, and assistance to other Program Manger Representative support, as an expert in a particular field of endeavor.
- Performs additional duties and responsibilities as assigned.