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DCIMSS Project Manager

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Description of Duties:

Description of Duties:

Primary Functions: Position entails the planning, execution and oversight of DCIMSS project work in support of ships across the U.S. and, potentially, overseas

General Experience:  A minimum of four years of managerial experience on complex engineering or technical shipboard projects, including but not limited to installation, maintenance, repair, testing, or major upgrade.

 Functional Responsibility:  Senior technical professional who applies comprehensive knowledge of methodologies, theoretical concepts, principles, and practices in specific professional scientific or technical disciplines.  Deals effectively with individuals or groups.  Plans and adjusts work operations to meet changing or emergent program or production requirements within available resources. Coordinates and integrates the work activities and resources of several organizational segments or of several different projects.  Without supervision, plans, conducts, leads, and accomplishes broad assignments.  Provides guidance and assistance in coordinating tasks and ensuring technical adequacy of the end-product.  Ensures compliance with technological standards throughout the project.  Simultaneously plans, manages, and provides technical oversight for engineering activities, including analysis and design, project development, cost computation and scheduling.

 Specialized Experience:  A minimum of four years’ experience in managing major engineering or related technical programs associated with H, M & E systems.  Must have hands-on experience in installation, test and/or repair, operation, upgrade and maintenance of these systems.

General Experience: A minimum of four years of managerial experience on complex engineering or technical shipboard projects, including but not limited to installation, maintenance, repair, testing, or major upgrade.

Complexity: This position requires ongoing planning and monitoring of personnel and materiel resources.  The DCIMSS Project Manager generates and manages work assignment schedules to ensure an adequate labor force is present for each phase of the DCIMSS process. The DCIMSS Project Manager is also responsible for continually assessing availability of DCIMSS components and support items to ensure all project commitments can be met without delay. The DCIMSS Project Manager also develops status reports and other documentation associated with project work.

 

Supervision given: The DCIMSS Project Manager is involved in the direct supervision of up to two team leaders.  The total size of the project work force for which the DCIMSS Project Manager is responsible ranges from 5 to ten personnel.

 

Equipment Used: This position requires use and oversight of the operation of forklifts, pallet jacks, cargo trucks, computers,, printers, power and hand tools.

Work Environment

Works in an office environment

YES

Works in a noisy environment

YES

Exposed to machinery with moving parts

YES

Works outdoors

YES

Requires use of protective clothing or equipment

YES

Works in low or high temperatures

YES

Works in shipyard or shipboard environment

YES

Works in a warehouse environment

YES

Works with toxic or flammable substances

YES

 

Allocation of Duties – The following table provides a brief description of the duties and an approximation of the relative amount of time an individual will spend performing these duties.  Specific amounts of time will vary, depending on the project.

 

Description

%

Advise program manager on project status.

5

Oversee development of daily/weekly/long-range work plans.

5

Participate in manpower planning.

5

Supervise DCIMSS team leaders during project execution.

40

Supervise DCIMSS personnel training and qualification efforts.

5

Coordinate the various phases of DCIMSS projects, including

- inventory removal/processing

5

compartment rip-out

5

installation rough-in

5

paint-out

5

cabinet installation

5

inventory installation

5

compartment groom

5

delivery

5

Perform other duties as assigned

 

Total

100%

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.

 This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at-will” employment relationship.

 

  • Superior initiative - Proven personnel management ability - Able to interpret NAVSEA blueprints and drawings - Functional abilities in Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, Adobe Pdf and Excel Programs. CAD would be beneficial - Solid communications skills - Eligibility to obtaining military base access/secret clearance - Eligibility to obtain a passport - Specific and detailed knowledge of USN ‘Gas-Free” and “Tag Out” procedures and requirements.
  • Education: Bachelor of Science degree in an engineering or related technical discipline from an accredited four-year college or university or eight years of hands-on experience in damage control and shipyard project management.
  • This position involves extensive travel and may require evening/weekend work. Experience in U.S. Navy Damage Control is essential for this position.

Senior Engineer

Location: Norfolk, VA
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Description of Duties:

Phoenix Group is looking for personnel to participate in a study for MARAD to upgrade Damage Control effectiveness on newly acquired Roll On, Roll Off (RORO) ships. Personnel with a background in Marine Inspection of commercial vessels are needed as well as have personnel with Navy/Coast Guard Damage Control/DCA experience and Damage Control Training. Proper background and experience are sought after.

Preferred Qualifications & Experience:

  • USN Damage Control Assistant School

  • Navy Firefighting and Damage Control School

  • US Coast Guard Marine Inspection School

Skills:

  • CAD Experience

  • Experience writing briefs and studies

Specialized Experience:

  • 10 years’ experience overseeing damage control on board Navy/Coast Guard ships

  • 10 years’ experience in marine inspection for commercial ships

Additional Requirements:

  • DOD Secret Security Clearance - Active or eligible

  • Proof of US Citizenship

  • Ability to work in a shipbuilding environment

  • Compliance with Federal, State, Local, Naval Shipyard, OSHA, and other safety and environmental regulations


Equipment Specialist

Location: Norfolk, VA
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Description of Duties:

Phoenix Group is looking for personnel to participate in a study for MARAD to upgrade Damage Control effectiveness on newly acquired Roll On, Roll Off (RORO) ships. Personnel with a background in Marine Inspection of commercial vessels are needed as well as have personnel with Navy/Coast Guard Damage Control/DCA experience and Damage Control Training. Proper background and experience are sought after.

Preferred Qualifications & Experience:

  • Graduate of Navy/Coast Guard Damage Control “A” School

  • Navy Firefighting and Damage Control Schools

Skills:

  • CAD Experience

  • Experience writing briefs and studies

Specialized Experience:

  • 15 years’ experience as a Navy/Coast Guard Damage Controlman

Additional Requirements:

  • DOD Secret Security Clearance - Active or eligible

  • Proof of US Citizenship

  • Ability to work in a shipbuilding environment

  • Compliance with Federal, State, Local, Naval Shipyard, OSHA, and other safety and environmental regulations


Logistics Analyst

Location: Chesapeake, VA
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Description of Duties:

Primary Functions: Performs technical reviews and analyses of engineering drawings and configuration change packages to evaluate any necessary changes to ILS products and monitor production of ILS for those products. Provide logistics, supply chain, program management, and/or administrative professional services support to the Logistics Manager in the areas of configuration management, maintenance planning, operational support, supply support, support equipment, and technical data. Identify potential risks and problem areas and provide recommended actions and solutions. 

Position Requirements

Education: High School Diploma or GED 

General Experience: A minimum three years of experience on technical or engineering projects, including component, equipment, and system installation, maintenance, repair, testing, or major upgrade. 

Functional Responsibility: Provide oversight of CVN life cycle ILS, document and validate configuration and logistics changes throughout the life cycle of the ship, review/complete SCD ILS Certifications, and ensures logistics elements are available and provided to meet required logistics milestones. Assist the Carrier Availability Logistics Integration Coordinator (CALICo) with ILS Certification and Risk Assessments. Track the overall performance and capabilities of the Logistics Product Delivery System (LPDS). Draft, develop, and review logistics documents and prepare proposed responses. Perform logistics, supply chain and administrative analysis. Communicates well with individuals and groups. Performs assigned engineering analysis, design, development, and integration activities using accepted engineering practices and design techniques. Plans and adjusts work schedule to meet changing or emergent program or production requirements within available resources. Ensures compliance with technical standards throughout the project. Under minimal supervision, plans, manages, and accomplishes engineering activities, including analysis and design, project development, cost computation and scheduling. 

Specialized Experience: (highly desired) Experience with the Naval Logistics System including identifying material and logistics requirements for ship alteration and repair. Experience with Navy Planned Maintenance System (PMS) and Shipboard Instrumental and Systems Calibration (SISCAL) policies and procedures. Experience with the Navy supply and procurement for requisitioning and purchasing material required to support ship alterations and repair. Experience managing engineering programs associated with naval electrical, electronic, computer network system installation, combat systems, HM&E systems or underwater systems, or strong familiarity with database research, data retrieval and interpretative analyses. Work experience in installation, test and/or repair, operation, upgrade and maintenance of those systems is highly desirable Additional requirements: - Experience with the CVN ILS Certification Process - Experience in research associated with naval shipboard systems. - Eligibility for U.S. security clearance and proof of U.S. Citizenship required. - Superior initiative - Proven personnel management ability - Functional abilities in Microsoft Office products (Word, Outlook, Project, Excel, Access and Visio). - Solid communications skills. Notes: - Maintenance, repair and support experience is usually acquired through U.S. Navy experience in technician, engineering, logistics or storekeeper rates. - Formal logistics management training is desired. 

Contacts: Work in team environment with other analysts, ILS certification submitters/sponsors, Government and military managers. 

Complexity: Ability to work upon several logistics projects simultaneously, with limited supervision. Analyzes and evaluates logistics, program management, business & financial, and integrated logistics support requirements/information by using following information systems: Navy’s Configuration Data Managers Database-Open Architecture (CDMD-OA), Navy Date Environment (NDE), Technical Data Management Information System (TDMIS), Planned Maintenance System Management Information System (PMSMIS), and other logistics related databases and systems, and provide detailed results to the customer. 


Location: Hampton Roads, VA
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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 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 


Supply Chain Management Analyst-Gas Mask

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Primary Functions: Phoenix Group has an immediate opening for Supply Chain Management Analyst to support logistics operations for Military Sealift Command (MSC). As a Supply Chain Management Analyst, you will provide logistical support of Special Material for MSC ships worldwide

Duties • Test Gas Masks to ensure they are ready for shipboard use • Maintain records of test results and material readiness • Material order submission, tracking, and expediting using DoD and Navy MILSTRIP requisition transactions. • Material identification and sourcing material from commercial and federal sources. • Managing inventory postures, stock levels and frequency of reordering for supported ships.

  • 4 years of demonstrated knowledge, expertise, and relevant experience providing medical material logistics support • Experience operating the Joint Services Gas Mask Leakage Tester, (JSMLT), and the M41 Protective Assessment Test System (PATS) is ideal. • Proficient in MS Office products with an emphasis in MS Excel • CBRN-D and/or Damage Control Experience desired

Sr. Supply Chain Management Analyst-CBRN-D

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Description of Duties:

Primary Functions: Phoenix Group has an immediate opening for a Senior Supply Chain Management Analyst to support logistics operations for Military Sealift Command (MSC). As a Supply Chain Management Analyst, you will provide logistical support of Special Material for MSC ships worldwide

General Duties: • Provide analysis and input to MSC policy and decision-makers regarding Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Decontamination, (CBRN-D) program elements and material inventories • Provide advice and recommendations to shipboard personnel concerning CBRN-D material inventory management • Research and prepare CBRN-D material related briefing papers, presentations, and point papers • Material order submission, tracking, and expediting using DoD and Navy MILSTRIP requisition transactions. • Material identification and sourcing material from commercial and federal sources. • Managing inventory postures, stock levels and frequency of reordering for supported ships. • Research and process ship feedbacks. Update ships configuration files with updates • Travel to perform on-board technical assist visits

Position Requirements: • 6-8 years of demonstrated knowledge, expertise, and relevant experience providing CBRN-D material logistics support • Knowledge of managing shelf-life material and projecting shortages based on expiration dates • Highly proficient in MS Office products with an emphasis in MS Excel

  • Education, Certificates…:
  • • High school diploma or equivalent
  • • Highly proficient in MS Office products with an emphasis in MS Excel

Sr. ILS Configuration Analyst

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Description of Duties:

Primary Functions: As a Senior Integrated Logistics Specialist / Configuration Analyst, you’ll be joining an elite team of subject matter experts supporting Military Sealift Command’s Special Material Support Team providing a full range of Damage Control expertise and services to ships operating worldwide

Position Requirements. • Secret clearance • 8-10 years logistics support experience • Highly proficient in MS Office products with an emphasis in MS Excel • General Duties: • Provide analysis and input to MSC policy and decision-makers regarding damage control and firefighting equipment • Answer Feedback Reports and maintain Allowance Equipage Listings. • Perform analysis, maintenance and correction of equipment configuration, and parts for the MSC Fleet. • Research and prepare damage control related briefing papers, presentations, and point papers • Review system drawings against configuration baselines and prepare report of findings. • Perform physical inventories and report findings. • Travel to perform on-board technical assist visits

  • Secret clearance
  • High school diploma or equivalent

ILS Configuration Analyst

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Description of Duties:

Primary Functions: As an Integrated Logistics Specialist / Configuration Analyst, you’ll be joining an elite team of subject matter experts supporting Military Sealift Command’s Special Material Support Team providing a full range of Safety of Life at Sea expertise and services to ships operating worldwide.

• Position Requirements: • Secret clearance • High school diploma or equivalent • 6-8 years logistics support experience • Proficient in MS Office products with an emphasis in MS Excel

Duties • Research Code of Federal Regulations, IMO documents, OSHA regulations and USCG regulations to promote MSC fleet compliance • Provide analysis and input to MSC policy and decision-makers regarding safety issues • Answer Feedback Reports and maintain Allowance Equipage Listings. • Perform analysis, maintenance and correction on equipment, configuration, and parts for the MSC Fleet. • Research and prepare safety at sea related briefing papers, presentations, and point papers • Review system drawings against configuration baselines and prepare report of findings. • Perform physical inventories and report findings.

  • High School or GED
  • Proficient in MS Office Products with an Emphasis in MS Excel

Sr. Supply Chain Management Analyst-Medical

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Description of Duties:

General Duties: • Provide analysis and input to MSC policy and decision-makers regarding pharmaceutical and medical material inventories • Provide advice and recommendations to shipboard personnel concerning pharmaceutical and medical material inventory management • Research and prepare pharmaceutical and medical material related briefing papers, presentations, and point papers • Material order submission, tracking, and expediting using DoD and Navy MILSTRIP requisition transactions. • Material identification and sourcing material from commercial and federal sources. • Managing inventory postures, stock levels and frequency of reordering for supported ships. • Research and process ship feedbacks. • Update ships configuration files and maintain medical AELs. • Travel to perform on-board technical assist visits

Position Requirements: • 6-8 years of demonstrated knowledge, expertise, and relevant experience providing pharmacy material logistics support • Knowledge of managing shelf-life material and projecting shortages based on expiration dates • Highly proficient in MS Office products with an emphasis in MS Excel • Considerable pharmacy experience desired

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Highly proficient in MS Office products with an emphasis in MS Excel
  • Considerable pharmacy experience desired
  • 6-8 years of demonstrated knowledge, expertise, and relevant experience providing pharmacy material logistics support
  • Knowledge of managing shelf-life material and projecting shortages based on expiration dates

Supply Chain Management Analyst-Medical

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Description of Duties:

Qualifications/Position Description: • 4 years of demonstrated knowledge, expertise, and relevant experience providing medical material logistics support • Knowledge of managing shelf-life material and projecting shortages based on expiration dates • Material order submission, tracking, and expediting using DoD and Navy MILSTRIP requisition transactions. • Material identification and sourcing material from commercial and federal sources. • Managing inventory postures, stock levels and frequency of reordering for supported ships. • Research and process ship feedbacks. • Update ships configuration files and maintain medical AELs.

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Medical background desired
  • Ideal candidate for the Jr position would be a former HM2 or LS2 with experience in ordering medical material.
  • 4 years of demonstrated knowledge, expertise, and relevant experience providing medical material logistics support
  • Knowledge of managing shelf-life material and projecting shortages based on expiration dates

Data Analyst-Material Forecasting

Location: Government Site
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Description of Duties:

We seek a skilled, dedicated Intermediate Data Analyst to join our dynamic PEO Aircraft Carriers support team. The ideal candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree, completed a Cyber 101 Course, hold an SSCP (Systems Security Certified Practitioner) certification or an equivalent, and be proficient in Python and Anaconda.  Intermediate Data Analysts, harness the power of data to make informed decisions, drive business growth, and enhance cybersecurity measures.

 

Key Responsibilities:

1.       Data Analysis: Perform in-depth data analysis to extract meaningful insights and trends from large datasets.

2.       Data Visualization: Create compelling visualizations to communicate analytical findings effectively to various stakeholders.

3.       Cybersecurity Integration: Collaborate with the cybersecurity team to ensure data security and assist in the identification of potential threats.

4.       Python Proficiency: Manipulate data, perform statistical analyses, and automate routine tasks in Python.

5.       Anaconda Expertise: Leverage Anaconda for data management and to streamline analysis workflows.

Education, Certificates…:

·         Bachelor's Degree: A minimum of a bachelor's degree in a relevant field, such as Computer Science, Data Science, or a related discipline.

·         Cyber 101 Course: Successful completion of a Cyber 101 Course to demonstrate basic knowledge of cybersecurity principles.

·         SSCP Certification (or equivalent): Possession of an SSCP (Systems Security Certified Practitioner) certification or an equivalent certification is highly desirable.


Database Administrator-Material Forecasting

Location: Government Site
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Description of Duties:

Job Description: We are in search of a skilled and dedicated Intermediate Database Administrator to join our team. The ideal candidate should hold at least a bachelor’s degree, have completed a Cyber 101 Course, and possess either an SSCP (Systems Security Certified Practitioner) or Cloud+ certification. As an Intermediate Database Administrator, you will play a pivotal role in managing and optimizing our organization's databases, ensuring data security, and contributing to the efficiency and reliability of our data systems.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Database Management: Administer, maintain, and optimize the organization's database systems to ensure high performance, reliability, and availability.

  2. Security Compliance: Collaborate with the cybersecurity team to implement security best practices, ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of sensitive data.

  3. Backup and Recovery: Develop and maintain robust backup and recovery strategies to safeguard critical data and minimize downtime in case of system failures.

  4. Performance Tuning: Monitor database performance, identify and resolve bottlenecks, and implement performance optimization techniques.

  5. Data Migration: Plan and execute data migration projects, ensuring seamless transitions between database systems.

Education, Certificates…:

  • Bachelor's Degree: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in computer science, Information Technology, or a related field.

  • Cyber 101 Course: Successful completion of a Cyber 101 Course to demonstrate basic knowledge of cybersecurity principles.

  • Certification: Possession of an SSCP (Systems Security Certified Practitioner) or Cloud+ certification is required.


Aircraft Carrier Aviation Support Coordinator

Location: Newport News, VA
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Description of Duties:

Phoenix Group of Virginia seeks an experienced professional to act as the Aircraft Carrier Aviation Support Coordinator. to the coordinator helps PEO Carriers establish aviation readiness on new construction, refueling complex overhaul and inactivation project on Navy carriers. The candidate analyzes technical data coordinates government actions to monitor the maturity and readiness of aviation support systems other than those under NAVAIR PMA 251 cognizance. Expert knowledge of CVN aviation equipment is required including the following systems: Aircraft Electrical Servicing System (AESS), flight gear room functionality and equipment, Mission Ready Room configurations, the Aircraft Engine Components Test Stand (AECTS) and the new upgraded Aircraft Generator Test Stand (AGTS), the Jet Engine Test Instrumentation (JETI), flight deck material handling equipment (white and yellow gear), and electrical support equipment including the FORD Class. Additional experience with Navy’s Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS), the Aircraft Electrical Servicing System (AESS), and the Automated Logistics Information System (ALIS) is required to excel in the position. Have a working knowledge of Combat Systems different operating/installed systems be able to report the readiness and issues meeting timelines up line. Have a working knowledge of commitment/liabilities reporting between Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), PMS-378 and NAVSEA to help resolve issues causing delays.

Working directly with civilian, contractor and military personnel, the candidate liaises between PEO Carriers, Newport News Shipbuilding, and the ship’s crew The position enhances the Program Office’s ability solve unique problems with flight deck certification, system turnover, manning requirements, and deployment capabilities over all phases of a CVN’s service life.

Position Requirements:

Education: HS Diploma minimum with over 15 years’ experience; bachelor’s degree preferred.

Military Experience: US Navy Senior Enlisted. Must have experience in Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD) and experience serving aboard aircraft carriers both out to sea and while in the shipyard.

Skills:

Extensive project and program management.

Interpret technical requirements to multiple program offices.

Master knowledge and understanding of aviation support equipment engineering concepts.

Excellent industrial work scheduling and planning documentation.

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

Interact comfortably and appropriately with all military ranks and civilian equivalents.

Proficient in Microsoft Office 356 applications.

Prepare and deliver reports, analyses and briefing materials suitable for flag/executive audiences.

Other:
Able to obtain and maintain U.S. SECRET clearance required
Proof of U.S. citizenship required

  • Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD)

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Technician/Draftsman

Location: Newport News, VA
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Description of Duties:

Phoenix Group of Virginia is seeking a highly motivated and experienced CAD Technician/Draftsman to join our team. The ideal candidate will have experience working with navy/government drawings and developing/maintaining scripts for design tasks.

Position Requirements:

  • Education: Associate degree in computer-aided design or related field.

  • Experience: 2+ years of experience working with navy/government drawings.

Skills:

  • Experience developing and maintaining scripts for design tasks.

  • Proficient in AutoCAD, SolidWorks, or similar software.

  • Strong technical, analytical skills and attention to detail.

  • Certifications: NONE

General Experience: A minimum of two years’ experience working complex CAD/ technical projects. Ability to communicate and work well with geographically distributed teams is essential.

  • Proficient handling and managing DoD Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).

  • Use of Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, Excel), and Outlook.

  • Ability to write in a technical format, read and interpret technical drawings.

  • Ability to perform well in a fast-paced, high-pressured, multi-tasking environment.

  • Ability to interact comfortably and appropriately with all levels of government, military ranks and civilian equivalents.

Functional Responsibility The individual in this role is responsible for creating and modifying Naval/Government electronic design plans for shipboard installation and repair work using computer software. They will also liaise between project staff and Government representatives on design specifications and CAD products, ensuring that all parties are aligned on the project’s goals and objectives. Additionally, they will track progress and produce job reports, providing regular updates to the project team and stakeholders. By taking ownership of these responsibilities, the individual will play a critical role in ensuring the success of the project.

Additional requirements:

  • SECURITY CLEARANCE:  Employee is required to provide eligibility to obtain and maintain a U.S. SECRET security clearance.

  • Proof of U.S. Citizenship required due to technical content of work.

  • Satisfactory criminal/traffic/credit background check required for entry to NNS shipyard.

Notes:

Under this task, no travel is anticipated beyond the Hampton Roads, VA geographic region. Should travel be required outside the Hampton Roads, VA region, it will be coordinated and funded in advance of its occurrence. Possibility of travel to Washington Navy Yard, DC.

All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.  Some requirements may exclude accommodation if the work environment poses a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of the employee or other workers.

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.

About Phoenix Group of Virginia:
Phoenix Group of Virginia is a professional services company currently working for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, NATO and the U.S. Air Force; competing as a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) under several NAICS codes. We actively participate in the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program and seek out candidates that fit within our mission and vision. Our core competencies include program and project management, logistics, operations analysis and experimentation and asset management services. We were founded in 2008 and since our establishment we have been providing cutting edge solutions and support to the warfighters. We understand and provide expert consultation on shipbuilding acquisition programs, maintenance/modernization programs, and sustainment programs.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $70,000.00 - $80,000.00 per year

Job Type: Full-time


Naval Maintenance Response - Combat Systems

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 are currently seeking a candidate who has the necessary Combat Systems knowledge and experience to team with Ship’s Force to use maintenance surveillance tools and processes to identify unanticipated maintenance, equipment layup and startup issues during all phases of a ship undergoing a major availability. The candidate must have experience in execution of Combat Systems planned maintenance and knowledge of modernization processes. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have experience and working knowledge of Command, Control, Communications, Computer and Intelligence (C4I), Cyber Security, Navigation Systems, Radio Communications Systems (RCS), CVN radar systems, exterior and interior communications equipment, technical documentation and shipboard system 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

Salary: $28.00 - $55.00 per hour


Knowledge Manager

Location: Bremerton, WA/Portsmouth, VA/San Diego, CA
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Description of Duties:

Qualifications/Position Description:

 

Provide on-site/off-site knowledge management support to the CT1 Community Leaders (e.g., KSN Process Masters, KMSO, CT1 PD, Focal Points) in the planning and execution of all aspects of the knowledge management process, as well as assist in the planning and facilitation of knowledge management events.

 

*Provide support for events/meetings:

● Knowledge Management Community of Practice (KMCoP) Face to Face meeting

● Three Leadership Group (3LG) Face to Face meeting

● CT1 Annual Community Event

● Availability Hot Washes KSN Meetings, and CVN Retrospects

 

*Provide staff support to the CT1 program and Carrier Project Teams.

*3 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective and a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management discipline or technical management.

–OR -

*5 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective and an Associate’s Degree Business Management discipline or technical management, 

-OR -

*5 years professional experience in Knowledge Management and 7 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective.

Education, Certificates…:

 

A) Bachelor's Degree in Business Management discipline or technical management and 3 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective. –OR -

B) Associate’s Degree Business Management discipline or technical management and 5 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective. –OR -

C) 5 years professional experience in Knowledge Management and 7 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective.

 

 

 

 


Lead Knowledge Manager

Location: Government Site Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Bremerton, WA
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Description of Duties:

The KMSS Lead will provide leadership and mentoring to the other KMSS's and provide program level meeting/event support, directly to the CT1 Program.

·         Provide on-site/off-site knowledge management support to the CT1 Community Leaders (e.g., KSN Process Masters, KMSO, CT1 PD, Focal Points) in the planning and execution of all aspects of the knowledge management process, as well as assist in the planning and facilitation of knowledge management events.

·         Brief the Program Director, Executive Steering Committee, Line Leaders, Knowledge Management System Owner (KMSO), Knowledge Sharing System Owner (KSSO), KSN Process Masters, and/or KM Focal Points on trends in CT1 Knowledge Management, process improvements, or developments in alternative KM tools/practices that provide information or add practicality to CT1 Knowledge Management.

·         Responsible for the acquisition, tracking, and operational training of Audio/Visual (A/V) Government Furnished Equipment (GFE).

·         Attend and participate in KSN meetings and CVN Retrospect’s on a regular basis to stay current on program health and identify opportunities for knowledge sharing and training.

·         Ensure that KM Support Staff receive periodic training, provide updates on ongoing mission support items, and discuss any challenges that may hinder work performance.

·         Provide support for recurring reviews or specialized ad hoc research/working groups as needed to support program requirements.

Position Requirements:

  • Education:  Bachelor’s degree in business management discipline or technical management and 5 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective.

–OR -

Associate’s degree business management discipline or technical management and 7 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective.

–OR -

7 years professional experience in Knowledge Management and 10 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective.

  • Required Skills and/or Experience:  5 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective and a bachelor’s degree in business management discipline or technical management.

-OR-

7 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective and an Associate’s degree business management discipline or technical management.

-OR-

*7 years professional experience in Knowledge Management and 10 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a public or private shipyard’s perspective.

·         Certifications:  NONE

  • SECURITY CLEARANCE: Employee is required to provide eligibility to obtain and maintain a U.S. SECRET security clearance.
  • Proof of U.S. Citizenship required due to technical content of work.
  • Satisfactory criminal/traffic/credit background check required for entry to NNS shipyard.

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Location: Norfolk Naval Shipyard Portsmouth, VA
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Description of Duties:

Primary Functions:  Review submitted meeting request forms, venue research, contacting venues and soliciting event cost estimates, negotiating event costs, and comparing at least three venue costs; Generating Source and Pricing Memorandum (S&P Memo) with at least three venue costs, and submitting S&P Memo for COR and PD Concurrence; and Documenting KM event selection approval, obtaining agreement from meeting venue, reviewing agreement, sending agreement to PD for signature, sending agreement to venue to secure meeting, negotiating and attempting to arrange payment date to be no earlier than three \ weeks prior to meeting, and submitting purchase order for venue payment.

·         Develop and maintain the marketing and communication strategy.

·         Provide graphic and video design work, as needed, for CT1 meetings and events by creating illustrations, logos, layouts, PowerPoint slide decks, brochures, promotional items, and posters.

·         Procure the yearly APQC membership with APQC for the U.S. Navy.

·         Provide materials, venues, contract staff travels, and any other purchases must follow CT1 purchasing process, which requires all costs to be submitted for PD and COR concurrence prior to purchase.

·         Responsible for storage of all Government Furnished Equipment (GFE), such as audio, visual, and office supplies (i.e., consumables) at the following locations: Virginia, Washington State, and California. The Contractor shall provide suitable and safe storage of GFEs.

·         Maintain an accurate CT1 ODC annual budget spreadsheet for materials, travels, venues, and speakers.

·         Provide documentation of S&P Memos, Concurrences, and receipts.

·         Develop and maintain documentation of CT1 venues and facilities that considered for use in support of CT1 events.

·         Assemble and maintain Facility Kits for all the CT1 meetings. Ensure the boxes of Facility Kits are stored in storage facilities located in the Bremerton, WA; San Diego, CA; and Virginia Hampton Roads area.

·         Coordinate with CT1 PD to obtain speakers for CT1 events.

·         Provide printing, shipping, and delivery services for the following: copies of Integrated Project Teams for Aircraft Carrier Maintenance (IPT4ACM) Manual, Ships Force Resource Manual, KSN materials, and CT1 Portfolios.

 

Position Requirements:

  • Education:  Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, business management and 3 years professional experience in marketing, communications, or management experience.

– OR -

Associate’s degree in marketing, communications, business management and 5 years professional experience in marketing, communications, or management experience.

  • Required Skills and/or Experience:  3 years professional experience in marketing, communications, or management experience and a bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, business management.

– OR -

5 years professional experience in marketing, communications, or management experience and an Associate’s degree in marketing, communications, business management.

·         Certifications:  NONE

  • SECURITY CLEARANCE: Employee is required to provide eligibility to obtain and maintain a U.S. SECRET security clearance
  • Proof of U.S. Citizenship required due to technical content of work.
  • Satisfactory criminal/traffic/credit background check required for entry to NNS shipyard.

Senior Material Assessment Team (MAT) Leader

Location: Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Bremerton, WA
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Description of Duties:

Primary Functions:  Provide on-site/off-site Material Assessment Team (MAT) Leader support to the Type Commander (TYCOM). When the MAT is not actively planning, accomplishing, or completing required assessment reports, the MAT will serve as:

(1) the Ship’s Force Resources (SFR) KSN Assistant Process Manager (APS)

(2) the SFR KSN KM Support Staff and the PPM KSN KM Support Staff.

 

·         Coordinate with CNAL/CNAP N43 and N9 to conduct all SFR KSN Assessments (A-6, A-2, A-1.5, and Mid-Assessment) per COMNAVAIRFORINST 4700.2 DOD Instruction 2.2).  Plan, conduct, document, and distribute results of mandated assessments to N43. (CDRL A003)

·         Brief COMNAVAIRFORINST 4700.2 assessment results to the Ship leadership, Project Team leadership, TYCOM staff; Maintenance Program Manager (MPMs), Maintenance Supervisor/N43/N9), and all KSN Process Masters, and Working Group Leads, as required, to coordinate resolutions and/or resolve process issues found during these assessments.

·         Support CNAL/CNAP N43 staffs, Project Teams, and Ship’s Force in the execution of COMNAVAIRFORINST 4700.2. Ensure ships are fully prepared to transition from operations into maintenance and back to operations.

·         Be an active member of the SFR and PPM KSNs. This includes addressing recurring deficiencies from assessments and remaining focused on resolving Ship’s Force related issues or problems.

·         Attend Post Availability Hot Washes, Process Master Meetings, CT1 Annual meetings, ESC Meetings, and participate in routine Process Master teleconferences as requested.

·         Serve as a member of the Knowledge Management Community of Practice.

 

Position Requirements:

  • Education:  Bachelor's degree in any discipline and 5 years professional experience in directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective and from performing shipboard assessments.

     –OR-

    Associate’s degree in any discipline and 10 years professional experience in directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective.

    Required Skills and/or Experience:  5 years professional experience in directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective and from performing shipboard assessments and a bachelor’s degree in any discipline.

    –OR-

    10 years professional experience in directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective and an associate degree in any discipline.

    Certifications:  NONE

  • SECURITY CLEARANCE: Employee is required to provide eligibility to obtain and maintain a U.S. SECRET security clearance.
  • Proof of U.S. Citizenship required due to technical content of work.
  • Satisfactory criminal/traffic/credit background check required for entry to NNS shipyard.

Senior Project Team Leadership (PTL) Process Master

Location: Puget Sound Bremerton, WA/NNS Portsmouth, VA or Naval Station San Diego, CA
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Description of Duties:

Primary Functions:  Provide on-site/off-site PTL KSN Process Master Support to the PTL KSN.  Examples of support required, include, but is not limited to, the following: 

 

In partnership with CT1, work closely with the CT1 Project Team Leadership KSN, specifically the CT1 PD, Aircraft Carrier Program Managers at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY), Puget Sound & Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS&IMF), Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS), and NAVSEA04X Carrier Program Manager to drive alignment and connections with strategic initiatives of CT1; ensure knowledge and understanding of CT1 Directives; Develop and maintain the PTL KSN Annual Plan, Process Management Plan (PMP) as an accurate statement of the KSN’s purpose, goals, process boundaries, goals and drivers, strategic and short term actions, budget requirements and membership; maintain and manage the PTL KSN Project Team Continuum timeline, including actions to ensure interface with carrier Project Teams at times of proven value; collect, monitor and analyze assigned metrics data, taking action as required in support of KSN goals; implement the Project Centric Knowledge Sharing strategy by participating in CVN Project Executability Assessment and Knowledge Management review teleconferences, submitting Knowledge needs through the Knowledge Market as well as functioning as a customer and supplier in the CT1 Knowledge Market; maintain accurate and updated content for the PTL KSN page on the CT1 Portal; develop/update training materials for use in support of PTL goals and requirements; accomplish assigned action items from meetings referenced above or others as assigned and update the Action Management Plan (AMP); and support CT1 ESC as requested, providing program recommendations, technical and administrative support, and program analysis..

 

Position Requirements:

  • Education:  Master's degree in a Business Management Discipline and 5 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective.

–OR-

Bachelor's degree in any discipline and 10 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective.

–OR-

Associate’s degree in any discipline and 15 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective.  Associate’s degree in computer-aided design or related field.

·         Required Skills and/or Experience:  5 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a shipyard perspective and a Master's degree in a Business Management discipline.

–OR-

10 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a shipyard perspective and a Bachelor's degree in any discipline.

–OR-

15 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a shipyard perspective and an Associate’s degree in any discipline.

Certifications:  NONE

  • SECURITY CLEARANCE: Employee is required to provide eligibility to obtain and maintain a U.S. SECRET security clearance.
  • Proof of U.S. Citizenship required due to technical content of work.
  • Satisfactory criminal/traffic/credit background check required for entry to NNS shipyard.

Senior Ship's Force Resources (SFR) Process Master

Location: Puget Sound Bremerton, WA/NNS Portsmouth, VA, or Naval Station San Diego, CA
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Description of Duties:

Primary Functions:  Provide on-site/off-site SFR KSN Process Master Support to the SFR KSN.  Examples of support required, include, but is not limited to, the following: 

 

Develop and maintain the SFR KSN Annual Plan and Process Management Plan (PMP) on the CT1 Portal.  Provide input for SFR KSN and participate in all CVN Project Executability Assessments and CVN Project Knowledge Management Agreement meetings.  Maintain current and accurate content for the SFR KSN page on the CT1 Portal.  Collect, monitor, and analyze assigned metrics data, taking action as required in support of SFR KSN goals. Maintain the Ship’s Force Resources Manual (every 5 years), Carrier Maintenance Course, and Carrier Team One Library. Plan and execute SFR KSN meetings, virtual and in-person. Develop meeting agendas and data collection, and complete assigned action items and other required administrative details.  Provide yearly updates for the Integrated Project Team for Aircraft Carrier Maintenance Support (IPT4ACM) for the SFR KSN.  Conduct the A-12 Peer Assist to include the Availability Indoctrination Course with each Ship's Maintenance Manager (SMM), Reactor Maintenance Officer (RMO), and Chief Engineer and Reactor Officer at A-12.

 

Position Requirements:

  • Education:  Bachelor's degree in any discipline and 10 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective.

–OR-

Associates’ degree in any discipline and 15 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective

·         Required Skills and/or Experience:  10 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective and a Bachelor's degree in any discipline.

–OR-

15 years professional experience directly involved in the planning and execution of CVN availabilities from a ship's force perspective and an Associate’s degree in any discipline.

Certifications:  NONE

  • SECURITY CLEARANCE: Employee is required to provide eligibility to obtain and maintain a U.S. SECRET security clearance.
  • Proof of U.S. Citizenship required due to technical content of work.
  • Satisfactory criminal/traffic/credit background check required for entry to NNS shipyard.

Acquisition Analyst – Mid Level

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

Position Title:  Acquisition Analyst – Mid Level 

Department:  PEO Support 

Location:  Washington Navy Yard, Washington D.C. 

Reports To: Program Manager 

Time Status: Full-time  

FLSA Category: Exempt / Non-Exempt (determined by labor category) 

 

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.  


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