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Journeyman Marine Engineer
Work LocationWashington, DC
Position Code1356-20170116
  
Public Job Description

Anticipated travel requirement: Less than 10 percent

To further support the U.S. Coast Guard, THOR has an opening for a Journeyman Marine Engineer. In support of U.S Coast Guard Headquarters this position will execute and manage the following tasks required to provide engineering and technical support in studying, analyzing, and evaluating designs for U.S. Coast Guard Ship Design Team (CG-459 SDT) and/or Surface Forces Logistics Center Engineering Solutions Division (SFLC ESD):

  • Support the government in technical components of USCG Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) and Polar Icebreaker (PIB) programs.
  • Support the government in developing detailed procedures for review of Phase 2 deliverable items. Review procedures shall be tailored to specific disciplines or deliverable type in order to allow timely technical review of technical products.
  • Provide support to include the following technical discipline areas:
    1. Icebreaking Performance
    2. Propulsion Systems
    3. Auxiliary Systems
    4. Deck Systems
    5. Boat Handling Systems
    6. Stores/Cargo Handling Systems
    7. Controls System
    8. Electrical Systems

       

  • Provide support to the SDT in review and technical assessment of OPC contract deliverables in the technical disciplines described above. Contractor shall support SDT’s efforts to provide accurate and timely deliverable review, meeting OPC Project objectives.
  • Support the government in developing technical responses to Contractor’s questions. Support also includes updating the OPC System Specification, SOW, CDRLs, and Indicative Design to adjudicate issues.
  • Provide subject matter expert specification support to the government in developing technical responses to Program Office questions, issues or other concerns. Support also include updating the OPC System Specification, SOW, CDRLs, and Indicative Design to adjudicate these issues.
  • Support the government in development of technical sections of the PIB RFP. This shall, at a minimum, include CDRL and DID development support, Polar Technical Standards and System Specification development support, SOW, and Certification Matrix development support. The contractor shall prepare documents, reports, presentations, provide technical input, and provide corrections and clarifications for RFP package.
  • Support development of USCG Polar Technical Standards through engagement with industry and government sources and activities into icebreaker design standards and technology in the areas such as; hull form, powering and resistance, structures, stability, seakeeping, maneuvering, environmental compliance, habitability or as directed by the COR. Identify pertinent International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) code regulation and develop recommendations for modification to USCG application for PIB.
  • Assist the government in development of Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) and Data Item Description (DID) documents consistent with the Specification and Statement of Work. This includes CDRL/DID review and editing for consistency, completeness, and format. The contractor shall support CDRL trace to the SOW and System Specification, identify any deltas or gaps (Gap Analysis), and recommend corrections.
  • Support the government in development of the PIB Statement(s) of Work. This shall include reorganization and alignment of the SOW sections based on Project guidance and also review and editing of the SOW for consistency, completeness, and format.
  • Support the government in developing technical responses to industry questions. Support also includes update of the Polar Technical Standards, System Specification, SOW, CDRLs, and Indicative Design to adjudicate issues.

    Security Clearance Requirement:

  • Must currently have an active SECRET clearance or have had a SECRET clearance that is currently in a dormant status.
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    Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, & Experience:
    The qualified candidate shall possess the following knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience:

  • A Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in Naval Architecture or Marine Engineering plus three (3) to ten (10) years of relevant experience
  • A minimum of at least one (1) year demonstrated experience with shipbuilding acquisitions
  • A minimum of at least one (1) year demonstrated experience supporting a major system acquisition program (DHS/USCG Level I, DoD ACAT I or equivalent)
  • Excellent verbal, interpersonal, and written communication and presentation skills;
  • Sound business ethics, including the protection ofproprietary, confidential and classified information.
  • Team player with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, and/or Access)
  • Anticipated travel requirement: Less than 10 percent


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