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Sr Planner

Company Name:
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works
Sr Planner
Location Bath Iron Works, Bath, ME
Department B8400 Master Scheduling
Requisition Number 14-6666
Shift 1st
Number of Positions 1
Security Clearance No Clearance
Job Description o Daily management of ship test & activation requirements, schedules & priorities on DDG1000 class ships
o Develop strategic planning approaches for construction & activation in the context of wider ship/program goals/priorities
o Proven ability to develop, document and communicate technical approaches to shipboard activation sequences
o Documentation of construction/activation approaches, schedules and requirements
o Work with databases (ms access) to understand and communicate shipboard construction status and requirements
o Business process management, integration & improvement
Required Education/Training o Bachelor's Degree in Marine Systems Engineering or Electrical Engineering required
Experience o Strong analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills including ability to develop and implement solutions to technical issues
o Ability to lead through consensus building
o Excellent PC skills required - Microsoft Access and other database experience preferred
o Ability to learn new computer concepts/programs quickly
o Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to present technical content
o Desire to document concepts, ideas, procedures and approaches for future reference and communication
o Ability to manage and prioritize work with minimal supervision, and proven capacity to work in team environment
o Enthusiasm for taking on new challenges and desire for follow-through
o Desire to explore new concepts & ideas
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/D/V

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