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Sound Resource Group: Ship Superintendent

Sound Resource Group

This is a Full-time position in Bremerton, WA posted November 9, 2021.

Passion.

Experience.

Diligence.

With over 40 years of combined experience in ship repair, trades and recruiting, our team prides itself on finding the right fit for our customers and employees.

Connecting Customers with the Right Resources Sound Resource Group (SRG) is a disabled veteran owned small business providing workforce solutions throughout the Pacific Northwest.

We pride ourselves on the ability to provide the best skilled trades and craftspeople.

We partner with our customers to provide qualified candidates based on their needs.

We continue to work closely with our customers after placement to ensure that both the customers and tradespersons are satisfied.

Our workforce is proven, skilled, and experienced.

We screen, train, and supply our workforce personnel to ensure they are ready to work on day one.

SRG provides training and certifications in-house: OSHA 10 & 30 Fire Watch Lead Abatement Respirator Fit Test Fall Protection Confined SpaceJob Requirements:Ship Superintendent This position is responsible for specific project segments and activities associated with the profitable repair of ships.

Under specific guidance of the assigned Project Manager, plans, coordinates, manages, and evaluates work required to repair or modify marine vessels that produce timely, profitable results and satisfied customers.

The incumbent must be self-disciplined, resourceful, and willing to accept responsibility for yard and customer assets as related to the assigned project.

Exercises appropriate independent judgement in adjusting priorities, goals and work assignments, methods, procedures and techniques to successfully facilitate vessel repairs and shipyard maintenance.

Overall goals, budgets and priorities are established jointly with the appropriate manager where applicable.

Progress and performance is monitored through periodic evaluation.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES(this list is not intended to detail all aspects of the assigned work but is representative of the job’s overall responsibilities) 1.

Develops short-term goals and long-term goals including work priorities and schedules for consideration to the assigned Project Manager.

Plans, coordinates and directs daily and weekly production activities on assigned ship repair contracts and construction crafts.

Effectively communicates and collaborates with managers to develop strategies that result in the appropriate (i.E., timely and skill-specific) deployment of personnel and equipment needed on projects.

2.

Coordinates tasks for each job among customers, contract administrators, and craft workers and revises daily/weekly schedules as needed.

Inspects work in progress to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and adherence to repair schedules.

3.

Communicates to others, such as the customer and assigned Project Manager, project status; participates with customers and the Project Manager in planning and production meetings.

4.

Confers with and directs supervisory and project management personnel regularly to establish and revise work schedules, clarify objectives, follow progress and resolve production issues.

This includes ensuring that employees are correctly carrying out the work procedures, interpreting specifications, and coordinating various phases of the repair process to prevent delays.

Coordinates and orders parts and supplies as directed.

5.

Writes accurate and timely records or documentation for each job and contributes accordingly to final written specifications.

Confers with supervision and project management staff, and project inspectors and suppliers of materials, to resolve repair problems, and to improve repair methods of standard vessel maintenance work.

6.

Prepares reports on work progress, materials used and costs, and adjusts work schedules as indicated by reports.

Responsible for operating within the established budget and for monitoring project costs while maintaining required standards of quality.

7.

Reviews employee training needs and cross crafts trades workers to maximize employee skill base.

Confers with supervision, craft heads and project managers to recommend solutions to training needs in seeking out opportunities to maximize use of craft trades.

May on occasion be required to perform work necessitating the use of tools.

8.

Develops recommends, establishes, and enforces work standards, production schedules, quality and quantity requirements, and work rules consistent with operating policies, productivity levels of standard vessel maintenance work, and assigned goals and objectives.

9.

Maintains effective working relationship with craft workers, customers, and contract administrators.

10.

Ensures that worker safety and environmental concerns are constantly monitored problems are effectively resolved, and that all work performed meets standards set by regulatory bodies.