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Location: Hampton Roads, VA
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Description of Duties:

Are you passionate about innovation and proactive problem-solving? Do you believe that preventative maintenance is critical for ensuring the longevity, efficiency, and safety of complex machinery? Then we invite you to join our team at Phoenix Group of Virginia!  

Phoenix Group of Virginia recognizes the importance of proactively addressing potential issues before they occur. That's why our innovative lifecycle approach helps our clients avoid unexpected downtime, costly repairs, and project risks.  

As part of our team, you will get to work with industry subject matter experts and government experts onboard ships in varying stages of maintenance to identify and predict issues before they occur. You will translate that knowledge into preventative maintenance plans, help increase shipboard repair experience, and ensure the reliability of complex Navy shipboard machinery.

We seek individuals experienced in: data analytics; technology; naval engineering; and Navy maintenance and repair practices who are excited about the opportunity to be a part of a team developing new standards of excellence. In the maintenance lifecycle, we need people to find problems, figure out how to mitigate them, and then fix them to preserve operational capability and reduce risk to the overall maintenance/repair availability. If you are passionate about innovation and proactive problem-solving, we invite you to apply to join our team at Phoenix Group of Virginia. 

Employees will be required to provide proof of U.S. citizenship and demonstrate the ability to obtain and maintain U.S. security clearance.

Salary will depend on candidate’s assigned position, skills, and experience, between $28 to $55 per hour.


Location: Hampton Roads, VA
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Description of Duties:

Are you passionate about innovation and proactive problem-solving? Do you believe that preventative maintenance is critical for ensuring the longevity, efficiency, and safety of complex machinery? Then we invite you to join our team at Phoenix Group of Virginia! The salary range for this role is $28-$55/hr. 

Phoenix Group of Virginia recognizes the importance of proactively addressing potential issues before they occur. That's why our innovative lifecycle approach helps our clients avoid unexpected downtime, costly repairs, and project risks. 

As part of our team, you will get to work with industry subject matter experts and government experts onboard ships in varying stages of maintenance to identify and predict issues before they occur. You will translate that knowledge into preventative maintenance plans, help increase shipboard repair experience, and ensure the reliability of complex Navy shipboard machinery. 

We are currently seeking a candidate who has the necessary general logistical knowledge to navigate the supply chain sticking points. Additionally, the ideal candidate should have a working knowledge of the following applications and software suites: ROMIS (Real-Time Outfitting Management Information System), Navy One-Touch, Haystack, and LogiCon.  

The candidate should also have a working knowledge and be able to read, interpret, and analyze AELs, APLs, Bill of Materials (BOMs), and drawings.  

Employees will be required to provide proof of U.S. citizenship and demonstrate the ability to obtain and maintain U.S. security clearance.   

Salary will depend on candidate’s assigned position, skills, and experience, between $28 to $55 per hour. 

  

Job Type: Full-time 


Acquisition Analyst – Mid Level

Location: Washington Navy Yard, Washington D.C.
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Description of Duties:

Are you ready to make an impact and play a crucial role in supporting the Washington Navy Yard? We're looking for a skilled Mid-Level Acquisition Analyst to join our dynamic team, helping focus our customers on vital contract administration elements and performance monitoring. Salary range for this role is $120,000 - $131,500. 

Primary Functions:  The Mid-Level Acquisition Analyst will provide critical support to the Washington Navy Yard, focusing on contractual requirements.  This role requires a deep understanding of US Navy Operations, Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplements (DFARs), and Department of Defense (DOD) Acquisition Pathways.  

Position Requirements:  

  • Education:  Bachelor of Science degree in Business, Finance, or a related field.   

  • Military Experience:  Experience with the U.S. Navy preferred. 

  • Experience: 

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in acquisition analysis, preferably US Navy. 

  • Extensive experience with highly complex, high-dollar contracts. 

  • Proficiency in Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs). 

  • Proficiency in Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARs)  

  • Familiarity with Department of Defense (DOD) Acquisition Pathways. 

  • Certifications:  Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification (Preferred; but not required). 

General Experience:  A minimum of five years of increasing responsibility and managerial experience on complex acquisition analysis and contract systems.  Experience in the development and implementation of acquisition strategies, the analysis of contract requirements/regulations, and management of contract systems.  Proven history of successfully navigating the complexities of contracts, showcasing an ability to lead, problem-solve, and delivering high quality results.   

Functional Responsibility:  Communicates well with individuals or groups.  Performs assigned acquisition analysis, strategy, development and integration activities using accepted analysis practices and techniques.  Ensures compliance with technical standards throughout the project.   

Specialized Experience:  Experience with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplements (DFARs), and Department of Defense (DOD) Acquisition Pathways.  Experience with large dollar value and highly complex contracts.  Experience with multiple contract types: MAC IDIQ, SA IDIQ, Definitive, OTA/IDV’s (Cost and Fixed Price Vehicles), requisite knowledge of funding types to include but not limited to: OMN, OPN, SCN, and RDTE. 

Contacts: Work in team environment with Government, military personnel and their support contractors at the executive, manager, and technical levels.   

Complexity:  MediumManipulation of data gathered as well as provided can be complex due to the volume of information that may be concurrently received and require analysis and processing.  

Supervision Given: This is a non-supervisory position.  This position requires the ability to work with little or no direct supervision and requires coordination of efforts with senior government and military leaders.  Must seek amplifying information and anticipate customer requirements based on individual work items maturing at different times and stages.  

 

Equipment Used:  

  • Laptop computer  

  • Printers  

  • Teleconferencing and Web Conferencing services  

  • Cryptologic equipment for internet communications.  

 

Environment: 

  • Works in an office environment: Y 

  • Works in a noisy environment: N 

  • Exposed to machinery with moving parts: N 

  • Works outdoors: N 

  • Requires use of protective clothing or equipment: N 

  • Works in low or high temperatures: N 

  • Works in shipyard or shipboard environment: N 

  • Works in a warehouse environment: N 

  • Works with toxic or flammable substances: N 

 

Duties:  The duties of an acquisition analyst include:: 

  • Prepare/Develop Technical Advisory Reports (TARs) for Sole Source actions (except PSS contract vehicles). 

  • Develop PRs in the contract writing system, Standard Procurement System (SPS), and route to SEA022, SEA024 Divisions. 

  • Develop COR spreadsheets for funding/admin modifications. 

  • Assist CORs/Contract Division with development, review, and routing of DD1423 DCRLs.  Track CDRL approvals/disapprovals. 

  • Develop and maintain Contract Status Reports (CSRs) for contract vehicles, assist CORs with CLIN/SLIN data, modification details such as: ceiling evaluation, de-obligations, incremental funding realignments and PoP extension requests. 

  • Assist CORs with Technical Instructions (Tis), development of TI trackers. 

  • Required access to COBRA and EDA (within PIEE suite) to pull executed modifications for DoDAACs.   

  • Assist APMs/CORs with out of cycle/emergent contract actions and work with 312 PAPM and associated SEA02 Divisions to support stop-work efforts, etc. 

  • Participate in routine meetings with CORs/PCOs, take meeting minutes. 

  • Assist in the development of new Sole Source procurements (except for PSS efforts), Post-award assistance for Competitive, Pre-award assistance for Sole Source (Justification and Approvals, Acquisition Plans/Strategies). 

 

OTHER

  1. Proof of U.S. Citizenship will be required due to access/handling of Unclassified Naval Nuclear Propulsion Information. 

  1. Work Location:  Primary worksite at Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC 

  1. Work includes use of Navy-provided computing hardware (NMCI) and credentials. 

 

All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.  Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees. 

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position.  Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor.   

Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities.  

To perform this job successfully, the incumbent will possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently.  


New Construction GFE Manager

Location: Hampton Roads, VA
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Description of Duties:

Are you passionate about delivering a quality aircraft carrier to the Navy that meets the needs of the ship’s crew? Do you believe that accurate accounting of the equipment that’s getting installed on the ship will effectively support the ship’s pre-delivery testing and crew training program, and facilitate first-rate lifecycle logistics, equipment operations, maintenance and repairs? Then we invite you to join our team at Phoenix Group of Virginia! Salary for this role will depend on candidate’s assigned position, skills, and experience, between $28 to $45 per hour.

Phoenix Group of Virginia recognizes the importance of proactively addressing potential issues before they occur. That's why our innovative approaches to bringing a new aircraft carrier to life helps our clients avoid unexpected downtime and project risks.

As part of our team, you will get to work with industry subject matter experts and government experts onboard ships in varying stages of new construction to identify and predict issues before they occur. You will frequently interface and integrate with Navy acquisition and test program leaders, equipment suppliers, the shipbuilder, as well as the ship’s Navy crew. You will translate knowledge into accurate and timely reports regarding equipment physical condition, location, ship installation and test progress to Navy leadership.

We are currently seeking a candidate who has the necessary general knowledge of Navy ship Government Furnished Equipment, and who understands ship construction, equipment hardware and software installation and testing programs. The candidate should have a working knowledge and be able to read, interpret, and analyze Allowance Equipage Lists, Allowance Parts Lists, Bill of Materials (BOMs), Technical Manuals, and shipboard drawings. The candidate should have an understanding of financial systems and their functionalities; knowledge of data resident to those systems and ability to utilize the data to provide programmatic and financial recommendations to stakeholders. Additionally, the ideal candidate should have a working knowledge of the following applications and software suites: ROMIS (Real-Time Outfitting Management Information System), Navy One-Touch, and Haystack.

The candidate should be a self-starter, willing and able to dig deep into challenging equipment issues with team members and solve them, and effectively communicate with Navy customers.

Employees will be required to provide proof of U.S. citizenship and demonstrate the ability to obtain and maintain U.S. security clearance.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $28.00 - $45.00 per hour


Provisioning Logistician II

Location: Hampton Roads, VA
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Job Summary: 

We are seeking a skilled and detail-oriented Provisioning Logistician II to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for reviewing and analyzing Provisioning Technical Documentation (PTD) and Equipment Data Files (EDFP), maintaining plans, applying technical coding (including Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability (SM&R) codes), and creating Provisioning Parts Lists (PPLs) in ICAPS C/S to develop and/or update Allowance Parts Lists (APLs). The ideal candidate will have a strong background in applying APL worthiness rules to determine APL-worthy components and identifying maintenance-significant parts on equipment drawings. 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Review and Analyze Documentation: Evaluate PTD and EDFP for accuracy and completeness. 

  • Maintain Plans: Ensure maintenance plans are up-to-date and in compliance with required standards. 

  • Technical Coding: Apply technical codes, including SM&R codes, to relevant documents and lists. 

  • Create PPLs: Develop and update Provisioning Parts Lists (PPLs) in ICAPS C/S. 

  • Update APLs: Create and maintain Allowance Parts Lists (APLs) based on analysis and technical coding. 

  • Determine APL Worthiness: Apply APL worthiness rules to identify components suitable for inclusion. 

  • Identify Maintenance Parts: Locate and document maintenance-significant parts on equipment drawings. 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Education: High School diploma or GED. 

  • Experience: 

  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in reviewing and analyzing PTD/EDFP and maintenance plans. 

  • Experience in applying technical coding, including SM&R codes. 

  • Proven track record in creating Provisioning Parts Lists (PPLs) in ICAPS C/S. 

  • Experience in applying APL worthiness rules to determine APL-worthy components. 

  • Ability to identify maintenance-significant parts on equipment drawings. 

Skills and Competencies: 

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. 

  • Attention to detail and high level of accuracy. 

  • Proficiency in ICAPS C/S and familiarity with technical documentation standards. 

  • Excellent communication and documentation skills. 

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team. 

Work Environment: 

  • This position may involve working in an office setting with occasional travel to different sites for on-site analysis and review. 

  • Must be able to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines. 


Project Coordinator CVN Delivery - SBIR TO1

Location: Hampton Roads, VA
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Description of Duties:

Phoenix Group of Virginia seeks an experienced Navy Project Coordinator for CVN Delivery to support the Program Executive Office Aircraft Carriers (PEO Carriers) new construction and transition programs. This position helps PEO Carriers manage the ship’s transition from new construction to an in-service, mission-ready Fleet asset. The Navy Project Coordinator for CVN Delivery liaises between the Program Office, Supervisor of Shipbuilding Conversion and Repair, Newport News (SOSNN), Huntington Ingalls Industries – Newport News Shipbuilding (HII-NNS), Commander Naval Air Forces Atlantic (CNAL), the Navy Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV) and Ship’s Force to prepare the ship and crew for acceptance by the Navy.  An exceptionally qualified candidate has previous experience in delivering Navy ships, and understands contractual and programmatic requirements, tests and trials processes, and fleet acceptance approaches.   

Duties include:   

 Support PMS 378X Waterfront Principal Assistant Program Manager (PAPM) and PMS 378P CVN 79 Production PAPM in understanding the material condition of CVN 79 as the ship is readied for delivery and Navy acceptance, focusing on the accumulation of shipboard deficiencies captured and described in multiple sources and databases, including but not limited to: Builder’s and Acceptance Trials Cards, government system certifications and inspections, System Operations and Verification Tests (SOVTs), Type Commander visits and assessments, equipment shock installation inspections, and Pulse Current Injection inspections. 

Support Crew Readiness to conduct INSURV-related demonstrations via liaison with INSURV coordinators in Ship’s Force, SOSNN and INSURV staff.   

Support PMS 378X staff in preparations to record Builders and Acceptance Trials deficiencies and conduct effective Trial Card screening conferences.   

Support PMS 378 in execution of the CVN 79 Delivery Management Plan and impacts due to projected and actual incomplete work at ship delivery. 

Support PMS 378, SOSNN and Type Commander staffs in planning and executing SECNAV- and OPNAV-directed ship acceptance processes.   

   

Position Requirements:  

  • Education: Bachelor of Science in Engineering  

  • Military Experience: Senior Navy experience in ship construction and delivery 

    Skills:  

  • Extensive project and program management with Project Management Professional (PMP) practices readily used. 

  • Translate private shipyard work, reports and metrics to Navy and contractual requirements and terminology.  

  • Master knowledge and understanding of engineering concepts and applications to render technical advice for options to resolve open/incomplete work items.  

  • Excellent industrial work scheduling and planning for multiple trade skills.  

  • Perform in a fast-paced, high-pressure, multi-tasking environment. 

  • Develop and deliver reports, interact comfortably and appropriately with all military ranks and civilian leaders.  

  • Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Access and Project software applications.   

  • Anticipate problem areas and rapidly develop plans to solve issues, improve communications, and/or reduce project/program risks. 
     

  • Other:  

  • Must have ability to obtain and maintain U.S. SECRET clearance  

  • Must provide proof of U.S. citizenship. 
     

  • Work Location:  Newport News and Norfolk VA 

  • Travel:  Infrequent travel to Washington DC (Navy Yard)  


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