This individual will be responsible for directing the activities of a crew of outside machinists in the performance of preparing, assembly and installation of equipment onboard submarine units
Individual shall interface with engineering, ships' management, along with other trade departments
Support company goals of Safety, Quality, Cost, Schedule and Process Improvement
Must have the ability to set, assign, and measure daily production goals, provide technical expertise, instruct, mentor and motivate crew
Perform self-assessment audits, and must commit to schedules and maintain product quality
Successful candidates will have:
3+ years of either machining, mechanical or millwright experience is required
High School/GED preferred.; Technical School or AS/BS degree in any engineering discipline is preferred
Previous direct supervision or leadership experience desired
Basic Computer skills required for shipyard programs (i.e.AWPPS, ATA, Microsoft Office, email, ERS)
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants interested in this position will be screened by Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future and Electric Boat will make the final hiring decisions.
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