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Shipyard Production Superintendent - Relocation Available

Masis Professional Group
Norfolk, VA
  • Expired: November 14, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.

Production Superintendent Job Description:

Masis Professional Group has an immediate need for a Production Superintendent for a very well established and growing shipyard in the Norfolk, VA area on a full-time permanent basis. This position oversees the completion of jobs on the shipyard aboard vessels. Acting as liaison with the shipyard and the customers.


Production Superintendent Responsibilities:

Management: Schedules arrival and departure of vessels.

Coordinates and schedules all work on vessel, providing work list for department heads.

Liaison between port engineer and department heads.

Schedules visit and/or inspections with regulatory bodies.

Estimating: Supplies support on bids.

Estimates additional items to the work package.

Billing: Tracks all job cost.

Provides weekly billing projections.

Prepares, edits, and proofreads correspondence, invoices, and related materials.

Submits completed invoices to the billing department for payment.

Calls on delinquent accounts.

Solid knowledge on ship engineering and operational systems.

Extremely organized and excels in time management.

Sets short term and long term goals strategically prioritizing each job schedule and coordinating department man hours.

Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.

Implements, manages and coordinates the repairs of vessels in a shipyard in a safe manner.

Also, familiar with NAVSEA, USCG and ABS.

  1. Coordinates scope of work and provide work plans and work schedules for department heads, Crafts workers and subcontractors needed to complete jobs on time and within budget. Responsible for job cost.
  2. Responsible for sequencing units of work to meet required delivery dates and maintain project profitability within or ahead of budget. Removes roadblocks identified by Production Supervisors / Manufacturing Supervisors and Production workers.
  3. Ensures materials needed are ordered and delivered timely.
  4. Promotes a safe working environment using daily safety briefs; promoting/enforcing PPE, discussing job hazard analysis, and accident prevention.
  5. Supports supervisors in resolving any issues and eliminating barriers that may compromise the successful completion of the plan of the day and elevate those issues they are unable to resolve. Work with Contract Managers to develop project strategy
  6. Supports the estimating and planning phases of the project by attending meetings and supporting the creation of the estimate and the quality of the plan with the Project Management Team.
  7. Responsible for identifying and aligning external resources to support the execution of the project. These groups include any and all departments that interface with Production such as Estimating and Purchasing.
  8. Primary liaison between the Estimating Manager and the working crews regarding communications relative to performance on work scope, safety, quality, budget and schedule.
  9. To perform daily progressing against the daily plan and identify and mitigate variances.
  10. Manages subcontract production through subcontractor's onsite supervisors.
  11. Coordinates leads and workers in prioritizing activities/jobs to meet or exceed customer expectations while assuring best use of shipyard facilities and resources.
  12. Utilizes staffing services for trade specific issues and for establishing a manning plan for each project.
  13. Identify and report changes in scope of base work package by initiating/writing the CFR to clearly describe the problem and provide a recommended action/resolution.

Required Education and Experience

  1. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent or five to seven years’ related experience or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  2. Knowledge in ship engineering and operational systems. Extremely organized and excels in time management. Sets short term and long-term goals strategically prioritizing each job schedule and coordinating department’s man hours. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Implements, manages and coordinates the repairs of vessels in a shipyard in a safe manner. Also, familiar with NAVSEA, USCG and ABS.

Preferred Education or Experience

Education based on requirements that are job-related and consistent with the business necessity.

  1. Experience in a marine field / Shipbuilding / ship repair / operation setting
  2. College degree or equivalent combination of education and years of experience.

Masis Professional Group

Address

Norfolk, VA
23515 USA

Industry

Manufacturing

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