ITA International

  • MARMC Production Controller I (Code 300)

    Job Location US-VA-Portsmouth
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  • Overview

    ITA International, LLC is a Small Disadvantaged and a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business specializing in providing detailed mission analysis, innovative organizational planning, technical staff training support and comprehensive assessments resulting in strategic-to-tactical solutions for government and private sector.


    ITA currently seeks Production Controller for Planning Branch I for our Norfolk Naval, VA location.


    The Production Controller for Planning Branch I provides overall objectives, scheduling, and priority; and makes an after-the-fact review of accomplishments and results.  The SME or senior technical expert discusses planning and performing assignments and conferring to keep him/her briefed on status of work and to discuss unusual technical problems.  Completed work is closely reviewed for adequacy and conformance with established polices, precedents, and sound engineering concepts and usage.

    • Maintain records and visual aids to reflect the status of jobs planned and in progress.
    • Receive and review automated printout reports or accuracy, errors and missing data for purpose of updating and correcting.
    • Receive reports for material expeditor pertaining to material availability.
    • Maintain records and follow regulations pertaining to work management operations.
    • Maintain personal contacts with the supervisory shop foremen, planner estimators, material coordinators, engineering personal (military and civilian), and individuals for whom work is being scheduled for the purpose of resolving problems, obtaining shop and technical information, explaining procedures, reason for delays and assuring a cooperative relationship among all parties concerned.
    • Perform on-site inspections on jobs more than 80% complete for cost control purposes as required. Provides recommendations to MARMC Code 300 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
    • Order material for repair shops using both standard Navy stock items as well as open purchase. Provide recommendations to MARMC Code 300 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
    • Call out material for work execution utilizing Material Access Technology (MAT) and Material Requirements (MRQT).
    • Print and prepare weekly ship brief for numerous ships utilizing a variety of corporate applications and databases that includes researching automated work requests.
    • Compile a post brief that contains information on outstanding work and forward to engineers for resolution.
    • Review Automated Work Request’s (AWRs) for accuracy and tacks all jobs from commencement to completion for routing process.
    • Enter AWRs into work acceptance tracker database and make sure status and dates are accurate.
    • Verify that jobs are ready to be accepted or rejected by Command leadership and prepare information for distribution before jobs are sent to the business office for final approval/rejection. Provides recommendations to MARMC Code 300 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
    • Keep shop supervisors informed for work that needs to be accepted or rejected that is critical to ships movements, i.e.; COs concerns and Casualty Reports (CAREPS).
    • Utilize VSB to print AWRs for routing and assist ship supervisors in looking up and verifying that jobs have been screened to MARMC.



    • High School Diploma
    • May include local travel in and around the Hampton Roads area including Public and Private Shipyards.
    • Proficient in MS Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
    • Current DoD active SECRET clearance.
    • Two (2) years full time hands-on technician experience in assembly, overhaul, repair, modification, operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of shipboard systems and equipment.
    • Thorough understanding of the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM) area of planning and in-process work.
    • Practical knowledge of Automated Work Request (AWR) write ups of structural, mechanical and electrical engineering concepts practices, regulations, policies, precedent, methods, and techniques.
    • General knowledge of work package procedures, blueprints reading, drawings and Navy ships technical manuals to verify technical characteristics of part numbers and required materials for ship maintenance and repairs.
    • Working knowledge in the use of computer hardware and software programs required in the performance of assigned duties i.e. Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint.
    • Ability to analyze procedures and methods, prepare written reports, conduct technical studies and develop sound recommendations.
    • Knowledge and experience acquiring vender sources and quotes to support material requirements for purchase other than the stock system.


    Current DoD active SECRET clearanceITA international is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive

    consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin,

    disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


    Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans


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