ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
Reports to Vice-President and General Manager of New
Subscribes to and advocates for the principles of Continuous
Responsible and accountable for the performance of craft
supervisors, technicians, and mechanics for safety, quality, cost, and
scheduling. Responsible for providing
the quantity and quality of workers to meet schedule and budget. Trains assigned craft supervisors in safety, cost control, job skills, quality
Directs all phases of steel fabrication, assembly and
erection, piping fabrication and installation, electrical systems fabrication
and installation, painting and outfitting including the work performed by
outside contractors. Monitors the
performance of assigned supervisors.
In conjunction with the Senior Project Manager, oversees the
execution of production schedules and budgets to ensure timely product delivery
within budget constraints. Monitors
Craft supervisors to insure that schedules are updated with the
Planner/Scheduler. Plans and insures
adequate resources are available to all projects.
In conjunction with the Senior Project Manager, plans and
schedules production operations, establishing priorities and sequences of work.
Responsible and accountable for production schedules,
progressing reports, and ensuring that the quality of work performed meets
specifications, cost, and schedule.
Reviews production reports and resolves issues in the area
of craft performance,
production schedules, manning projections, budget
requirements, etc., to ensure
prompt and effective corrective action in problem
areas. Establishes and directs a craft
problem resolution and prevention plan.
Responsible for overhead expenditures.
Develops and maintains standard operational and working
Maintains employee certifications. Direct liaison with Human Resources to insure
that all training and qualification documentation is timely and accurate.
In conjunction with the Senior Project Manager, maintains
appropriate interface and relations with customers, paying detailed attention
to the contract and specifications.
Trains Craft supervisors in contract administration.
Provides for the overall growth and development of his/her
management team by applying proven methods of mentoring and training. Hold individuals accountable for performance
and provides guidance for performance improvement.
Where possible, resolves employee concerns and works with
the Human Resources Manager on unsettled complaints.
degree preferably in an engineering discipline or related management degree
Experience: Individual must have a proven problem
solving and decision-making background.
Must have demonstrated ability to motivate employees and build a solid
functioning team. Shipyard experience
not mandatory but strongly preferred.
Ability to understand and administer ABS Classification guidelines, USCG
and SOLAS Requirements. Microsoft Office
Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) knowledge is required and knowledge of Microsoft
Project is preferred.
Requirements: Carries out supervisory
responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable
laws. Responsibilities include
interviewing and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work;
appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing
complaints and resolving problems. Must
meet all equal employment opportunity objectives. Ensures team compliance with all company
& OSHA regulated safety requirements/standards. Complies and ensures compliance with the
Company’s "Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy”.