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SURFMEPP Corrosion Analyst Detachment Representative

Company Name:
McKean Defense
Tracking Code
1211-317
Job Description
The Surface Maintenance Engineering Planning Program (SURFMEPP) Activity maintains, monitors, and refines Class-wide and Individual-Ship Maintenance Plans for all non-nuclear surface ships to ensure material readiness for the projected service life, develops life-cycle strategies to address system upgrades, and fully implements the Class Maintenance Plan into each surface ship's maintenance schedule and availability planning process.
The Corrosion Analyst and Detachment Representative acts as SURFMEPP's main waterfront point of contact for planning maintenance which impacts a ship's expected service life and for tracking NAVSEA's mandatory maintenance requirements. Additionally this person will be a Subject Matter Expert concerning the interrelations of ship-specific corrosion conditions and their impact on expected service life. The Corrosion Analyst and Detachment Representative is expected to liaison with Type Commander and Regional Maintenance Center representatives to obtain information in support of class and ship maintenance schedules and will interact with government and private maintenance activities to schedule class maintenance plan work, corrosion control tasks, and life cycle impacting repairs.
Required Skills
A highly qualified candidate will:
Apply practical engineering judgment and experience while tracking corrosion work reported by assessment activities to support of the maintenance planning process.
Possess training and certifications in Navy corrosion programs such as NAVSEA Basic Paint Inspector or SCAT.
Be familiar with the government maintenance team and private shipyard organizations, as they relate to condition assessment and depot level maintenance execution.
Be familiar with Navy Maintenance and logistics databases (3M, CCIMS and CADET).
Access and collect unfiltered data to display in support of ship and regional maintenance activities maintenance. Utilize EXCEL, ACCESS and other database software applications to create data tables and charts.
Possess excellent communication skills; to include proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
Required Experience
High school diploma or GED and ten (10) years of relevant experience OR, a bachelor's degree in a relevant field and five (5) years of relevant experience, OR a master's in a relevant field.
Superb customer relations/interaction skills.
Must have a security clearance.
Travel up to 10% of the time.
Job Location
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Tracking Code: 1211-317
Job Location: Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States
Position Type: Full-Time/Regular

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