Supervisor, Engineering

Company Name:
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
# Job Description
Detailed Description of Work:
Supervisor responsible for the development of Lofting documents and Loft support required for ship construction.
Coordinate work with Planning and Production counterparts as required. Communicate and interface as needed.
Supervise designers in the execution of tasks. Provide guidance and direction.
Ensure that tasks are completed to established schedules and to budget.
Work with the Manager to evaluate workload requirements.
Report progress and status at various manager level meetings and Departmental White Boards.
Provide project analysis on cost, schedule using EVMS principles, i.e. CPI, SPI.
Ensure tasks are completed with the required level of quality specified in the contract.
Responsible for the development of assigned personnel. Develop employee performance evaluations.
Administer the BIW/BMDA contract.
# Required Education/Training
BS or AS degree in a Design/engineering related field with 3 years experience in a Design/ Engineering related field,
r a graduate of BIW''s Apprenticeship Program with 3 years experience in a marine Engineering/Design/Manufacturing related field; or a minimum of 7 years experience in a marine Engineering/Design/Manufacturing related field.
# Experience
Solid understanding of shipbuilding structural fabrication and installation process
MACPAC and BMCS experience preferred
General computer skills, e.g. Microsoft Office suite, required
Ability to read, interpret and follow procedures, standards and work instructions
Demonstrated ability to work multiple priorities
Strong written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated leadership experience
Job Title: Supervisor, Engineering
Location: Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME
Department: B8700 Class Design
Requisition Number: 13-6397
Shift: 1st
Number of Positions: 1
Security Clearance: No Clearance

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