Jacobs Marine Inspector Facilities Maintenance Supervisor in Kings Bay, Georgia
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The Incumbent is responsible for all day-to-day building and marine operations, as it relates to the inspection of mechanical and electrical systems, equipment and components associated with Naval Base Kitsap – Bangor, Delta Pier Dry Dock, pump room and Auxiliary Salt Water System, IAW MIL-STD 1625 (Controlled Inspections), overall structural or plumbing components, painting, pavement and grounds crews including managing the completion of work orders, ensuring all preventative maintenance repairs are completed timely, ensuring building systems are maintained, and assigning, monitoring and managing the work of employees and/or service subcontractors.
Essential Duties & Job Functions:
Directly responsible for the satisfactory completion of Controlled Inspections that are a critical element of sustaining Dry Dock certification for NBK-Bangor.
Responsible for records, schedules, other associated documentation, and reports in support of the Controlled Inspections.
This position may perform work in other areas of Naval Base Kitsap in support of assigned work accomplishment.
Oversees employees responsible for performing Structural, Pavements and Grounds, Interior Plumbing, Painting, Locksmith, Road Striping and Cathodic Protection and other functional areas as assigned. Assigns, monitors/directs and supervises employee work. Sets work schedules for all craft personnel in assigned areas of responsibility.
Tracks work status and completion and coordinates pass down of work orders and preventative maintenance work to other shifts as well as other various departments within the contract.
Makes recommendations for hiring, disciplinary action, training, promotion, termination, or other employee status changes.
Prepares and presents weekly/monthly Progress Reports as required.
Acts as technical advisor for all matters relating to assigned functional areas.
Inspects and diagnoses problems to determine corrective actions/repairs in all the trade levels.
Advises Facilities Manager of major problems and recommends corrective action.
Conducts random inspections to review work in progress. Ensures procedures are followed along with meeting high level of quality standards.
Reviews completed site work to verify compliance in accordance with applicable plans, procedures, and all governing codes.
Interfaces with external and internal customers as required maximizing productivity and minimizing lost time.
Maintains adequate levels of tools, equipment, and maintenance supplies.
Coordinates with employees and warehouse personnel to identify the proper and correct materials, parts assemblies necessary to complete the job/task.
Interprets, applies, and explains complex codes, regulations, and procedures.
Reviews and approve all employee timesheets and submits them in a timely manner.
Responds to emergency site maintenance requests as required.
Ensures proper housekeeping practices are observed.
Understands planned outage processes.
Confers with and advises other management personnel of maintenance projects and priorities.
On occasion may be required to operate company or customer owned motor vehicles.
Supports other departments as needed or directed.
Adheres to the established company safety, personnel policies and standard operating procedures.
Performs related work as assigned
Knowledge of work control and logistics systems
Understanding and compliance with UFC 4-150-07 Maintenance of Waterfront Facilities, MO-321 Facilities Management, MIL-STD-1625 Standard Safety Certification Program for Dry Docking Facilities and Shipbuilding Ways for U.S. Navy Ships.
Using of MS Office at an intermediate level
Using common office equipment including, copiers, fax machines, and computers
Understanding client’s business needs and responding to them without compromising the integrity or profitability of all parties
Personnel accountability and performance management to include personnel reviews, timesheet review, leave request, counseling, coaching, disciplinary actions, and recognition for assigned staff members.
Communicating effectively orally and in writing, including the ability to make significant presentations to senior team and client management
Successfully completing all mandated training requirements per government and management directives
Timely and cost effective performance of duties.
Timely completion and accuracy of all departmental work.
Ensuring compliance with company safety regulations.
Dealing with a variety of people in a professional, courteous manner in diversified situations.
Adherence to established Jacobs safety policies and good industrial and office safety practices.
Compliance with Jacobs Standard Operating Procedures and Personnel policies and procedures.
Demonstrating skill in the use of MS Word and Excel at the intermediate or higher level.
Effectively coordinating a number of projects simultaneously.
Demonstrating the ability to work well under pressure.
Being onsite during normal business hours and the being able to report back within two hours after the Government’s normal working hours.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Technical, vocational or trade school graduate or equivalent.
Five (5) years’ experience in facilities operations and/or maintenance related work.
Four (4) years’ experience in Marine Mechanical/Electrical Equipment or Facilities maintenance involving Graving Dry Docks or Marine Facilities.
Two years’ experience in a supervisory or management capacity.
Demonstrated ability to manage, train and motivate subordinate employees to attain stated goals and objectives.
Ability to use Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Power Point) at an intermediate level.
Extensive knowledge of hand and power tools.
Current valid state issued driver’s license with acceptable driving record.
Must be able to obtain a SECRET Clearance.
Ability to successfully pass any background checks and/or drug testing required on the contract.
Current Secret Security Clearance.
Five to ten years facility operations management.
Three to five years’ experience in a supervisory or management role.
Previous marine inspection functional experience, including underwater portions of docks, caissons, and cathodic protection.
Experience preparing or updating drawings using AutoCAD.
Journeyman license in any discipline.
Understanding of Government contracts, correspondence, reports, and records.
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