Tech 3/Deck Plate Lead
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The Defense Group at Leidos is looking for a dedicated Tech 3/ Deck Plate Lead for projects that will include international travel as well as local work. Ideal candidates are Punctual, Professional, Reliable, and hard working. Expect to work up to 6 days a week and 10 hours a day for extended periods. Federal holidays are observed.
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Responsibilities – Work you’ll do:
Ensure contractual requirements are met.
Assist OSIC with managing installation milestones.
Properly convey scheduling, potential conflict, needs and job progress to customer.
Work with OSIC to manage prime-contractor requirements, schedule and to de-conflict any potential issues.
Help OSIC with ship's force interaction and scheduling of required ship’s force actions.
Maintain proper documentation in all aspects of the job.
Ensure customer, project team, ship's force and team meets prime contractor requirements and regulations.
Ensure customer interaction with install team remains within contractual and NAVSEA Standard Item guidelines.
Interact on a regular basis with the customer, and speak knowledgeably and reliably in order to field customer questions and concerns, in order to achieve 100% customer satisfaction.
Understand and adhere to TUMS and ILC tag-out/lock-out program requirements.
Take responsibility for safety of personnel, ship's force, and equipment.
Be proficient in the use of ESOMS.
Maintain and track documentation of electrical safety.
Work with WAF coordinator to accomplish tasking.
Maintain proper documentation and tracking of QA manual.
Schedule, coordinate, and participate in and document V-Level, I-Level and G-Level inspections.
Assist on-site QA Inspector in performing and documenting daily duties.
Interface with on-site QA Inspector about on-board, in-process discrepancies and ensure they are corrected.
Required Experience, Skills, and Education:
Requires Lift and carry 50lbs.
Ascend and descend ladders on board a ship.
Operate and own basic hand tools to be used on ship.
Work from ladders and reach into the overhead to perform cable installation and removal as well as banding.
Wear proper PPE (hardhat, safety glasses, steel toes at all times).
Work required overtime to include weekends at times.
Interact in a professional manner with coworkers and other individuals on the task.
Comply with all local and specific shipyard safety and general rules.
Must have a valid driver’s license and a reliable way to get to work on time every day as required.
Requires high school diploma or equivalent and 2+ years of prior relevant experience.
Preferred Experience, Skills, and Education – Favorable if you have:
Previous shipyard experience
Ability to maintain a DoD Secret Security Clearance.
The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.