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USCG Availability Project Manager

Company: Versar
Location: Oakland
Posted on: May 17, 2023

Job Description:

Versar is seeking an Availability Project Manager to support the United States Coast Guard Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC) Icebreaker, Buoy and Construction Tender Product Line (IBCTPL). The primary work location is Oakland, CA. Some travel is required.


  • Provide fleet-wide sustainment support for IBCTPL assets to include maintenance, engineering and logistics support for engine overhauls, planned/unplanned projects, and other miscellaneous maintenance and repair projects.
  • Perform project management functions for assigned ship maintenance project planning to include, but not limited to, review of pending work requirements, compilation of maintenance requirement specifications for availabilities, milestone planning, preparation of government estimates, development of statements of work, purchase descriptions, repair descriptions, purchase requests, identification of parts/services required, research of government furnished equipment requirements, and project monitoring. Tasks involve use of Fleet Logistics System (FLS) and Contract Workbook Database (CWD) but may at times include other database applications as determined by the Government.
  • Perform market research and conduct supply research to obtain pricing information and prepare purchase request documents to procure commercial spare parts, technical items, and all other necessary supplies and services for planned ship repairs and casualty response activities.
  • Provide technical review of condition found reports, maintenance standards as well as preventative and corrective maintenance practices. Provide recommended changes to maintenance practices to increase the reliability of cutters.
  • Provide engineering guidance and recommendations to product line members.
  • Perform project milestone maintenance and closeout functions as well as periodic review/update of assigned ship maintenance records.
  • Perform all necessary administrative and technical actions to initiate and track ship repairs.
  • Conduct research to determine cost drivers and operational degraders. Use FLS or other resources to provide data on a recurring or on-demand basis.
  • Provide responsive and courteous customer service to all CG members.
  • Develop deliverables using the Coast Guard Standard Workstations or contractor computer with CG compatible software.
  • Attend and actively participate in meetings as applicable/assigned by the Contracting Officer Representative (COR).
  • Prepare and deliver documentation to COR for review and/or routing. Requirements:
    • Must have a minimum of Five (5) years' experience in USCG Naval Engineering maintenance practices and procedures as defined in the USCG Naval Engineering Manual.
    • Must have a minimum of Five (5) years' experience in ship/boat maintenance to include drydocking procedures.
    • Must have a minimum of Five (5) years' experience Project Management.
    • Must have a minimum of Five (5) years' experience conducting maintenance assessments on ships/boats to identify required repairs and prioritize maintenance requirements.
    • Must have a minimum of Five (5) years' experience in specification or technical procedure development.
    • Must have a working knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of ship repair, non- destructive testing and other principles, practices, and techniques unique to the marine industry, including general working knowledge in the following:
    • General Marine Engineering
    • General Marine Electrical Systems
    • General Marine Auxiliary Systems
    • Must have a working knowledge of commercial, military, safety and engineering standards.
    • Must have experience working with Coast Guard instructions, ship repair standards policies, procedures, and processes.
    • Must have experience working with the Federal Acquisition Regulations (from the perspective of either developing or contracting requirements) about small purchases and contracts and its applicability to ship repair contact and purchases.
    • Must have the ability to review, maintain and update ship maintenance records and casualty databases.
    • Must have ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, technical publications, and directives.
    • Must have a subject matter expertise in FLS and CWD processing and other CG Logistics Support databases and accomplish project entry as required.
    • Must understand Coast Guard organization and vessels.

Keywords: Versar, Oakland , USCG Availability Project Manager, Executive , Oakland, California

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