Thor Solutions


Engineering Technician
Work LocationSan Diego, CA
Position Code1402-20170619
Public Job Description

THOR Solutions is actively seeking an Engineering Technician IV or V in support of the Southwest Regional Maintenance Center. This position will provide technical support to engineering and design staff in a variety of engineering tasks in the installation, maintenance, repair, troubleshooting, calibration, testing, fabrication, construction and operation of diverse electronic/mechanical equipment and systems in accordance with engineering specifications.

  • Provide additional engineering, logistical, and clerical support for the TSRA Visit Support Team (VST), additional TSRA and INSURV requirements, and specific roles and responsibilities of the Assessment Director (AD), Subject Matter Expert (SME), and Technical Inspector (TI) that are critical to the success of the assessment event and are further defined below in paragraphs 9.3 through 9.5.

The contractor must support ADP TSRA & VST and ADP TAAS tasking as defined below:


  • Provide computer data entry, software updates, and analyst services for FAST in support of TSRA, ICMP, and other TYCOM directed assessments onboard U.S. Naval Ships or vessels as required.

  • Provide intermediate and organizational level computer data entry, software updates, and analyst support in the FAST database for processing AWN.

  • Convert MAFs into M001 files to be uploaded to the ship’s CSMP.

  • Screen all AWNs inducted into the program for completeness.

  • Provide Quality Assurance that each AWN has all the required information entered into the correct blocks.

  • Notify the TSRA support team of any required follow-on technical information needed to complete each task.

  • Process MAFs and GA2Ks tasks in preparation for bulk loading files into the ship’s CSMP. Identify and close all AWNs in TAAS-Info. This tasking may include researching correct APL numbers, and researching and selecting the proper RIN.

  • Develop support documentation to be used during corrosion inspections and assessment visits.


  • Assist the TSRA AD in the identification of GA2Ks, locating parts, entering data into the ship’s CSMP using assessment software, developing and documenting discrepancies found, documenting deferred and/or corrected discrepancies, maintaining an accurate and up-to- date status of discrepancies, and identifying repair parts status.

  • Assist in the input of critique data back to NAVSEA lessons learned database and major accomplishments, which includes periodic status reports and final reports.

  • Print GA2Ks pushed from last “availability-minus-40-days” (A-40) date (as applicable). Input the jobs showing the completed jobs closed in the VSB system, the deferred jobs for next availability, and the new repair jobs generated for the ship’s CSMP. Research the ship’s CSMP at A-40 and print the existing jobs for review.

  • Provide intermediate and organizational level ILS for all TSRAs. This includes researching correct APL numbers, researching, selecting the proper RIN.

  • Research parts availability using FEDLOG, CDMD-OA and GDAPL. Assist the AD and Ship’s Force with requisitioning correct parts using OMMS-NG as identified by the RMC technician. Research “One Touch System” for free assets that may be available.

  • Provide final assessment reports to the Code 300 Port Engineer, the ship, and the RMC engineering department within two weeks after the ship visit to include:


    • Logistics report

    • Completed assessment forms

    • Test director debriefs summary

    • Measures of effectiveness

    • Repair parts matrix

    • List of GA2Ks pushed from NAVSEA 04 at the A-40 date (as applicable)

    • List of GA2Ks pulled from TYCOM at the A-40 date (as applicable)

    • Completed jobs closed in VSB

    • Deferred jobs for next availability

    • Repair jobs generated

    • APMER test procedures with each GA2K

    • Metrics required by TYCOM, CNRMC and Code 200 leadership.


  • Accomplish engineering, logistics and technical documentation/reports and training in support of SWRMC Engineering (Code 200), as necessary to use the current version of visit support software including familiarity with program and logistical interfaces and procedures.

  • Provide, install, and assist in the utilization of the current version of assessment software on GFE computers. Ensure contract employees have appropriate materials in support of the utilization of assessment software and hardware.



  • Aid Engineering Department workload tracking using related applicable automation equipment and software.

  • Provide labor for technical administrative support to the SWRMC Engineering Department.

  • Provide administration of TAAS-Info in support of TSRA and TSRP instructions for the Department.

  • Screen and broker Automated Work Notifications (AWN) task orders, assign charge codes and close out AWNs for each Division, Branch, and Code in the Engineering Department.

  • Ensure all AWN tasks data entry is complete and concise before final close-out.


  • Verify that all AWNs are fed back to VSB, which indicates the proper information will be correctly stored in 3-M history.

  • Support data calls by searching assessment history (i.e. TAAS) for cumulative hours for technical codes to accomplish each assessment task, task management files, software database, and furnishing file(s) to develop and provide spreadsheets and matrices to requestor.

  • Ensure hours worked by technical codes for each assessment task are properly documented on each task for future data mining and workload forecasting purposes.

  • Develop electronic reports as required. Maintain a system for ensuring location of requested documents and purge files as required by guidelines.

  • Ensure documents are properly disposed of.

  • Use office automation equipment and software to an extensive degree.

  • Assist Engineering Department Managers with copying, filing, shredding and assembling various documents as requested.

  • Provide assistance with gathering data for reports and assist with consolidating material.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, & Experience:


  • 7+ years of hands on experience.

  • Additional vocational or technical education.

  • Interested persons must be U.S. citizens

  • High School graduate or equivalent

  • Valid driver’s license and passport

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a required government security clearance and access to CLASSIFIED information and up to and including SECRET. All personnel are required to have a favorable adjudicated National Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC) with clearance eligibility determined by DOD Central Adjudication Facility.

  • Must be able to gain access to the San Diego Naval Bases and Local Shipyards.

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Department of Defense Common Access Card (CAC).

Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.