ITA International (ITA) is a provider of integrated support services to include analysis, planning, training, acquisition management, cyber/intelligence, engineering, logistics, and maritime support services to government, non-governmental organizations and commercial customers worldwide.
ITA currently seeks a temporary Production Controller for Planning Branch II/Industrial Production Manager for our St. Julian's Creek Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, VA location.
The contractor shall:
• Serves under the general oversight of an employee of higher grade and who makes assignments; furnishes general instructions as to 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 policies, precedents, and sound engineering concepts and usage.
• Maintain records and visual aids to reflect the status of jobs planned, in progress or completed.
• Receive reports from material expediter pertaining to material availability.
• Assist the LLTM team lead in performing tech edits of material requirements to determine ways to optimize service levels, maintain supply-chain efficiency, or minimize cost. Resolve material acquisition problems for priority jobs.
• Maintain records and follow regulations pertaining to work management operations.
• Maintain personal contacts with the LLTM team lead, planner estimators, material coordinators, engineering personal (military and civilian), and individuals for whom work is being scheduled for the purpose of resolving problems, obtaining technical information, explaining procedures, reasons for delays, and assuring a cooperative relationship among all parties concerned.
• Perform on site receipt inspections as needed to ensure proper receipt of shipboard material requirements validating proper configuration as well as identifying damaged or inadequate receipt of material. Receipt inspection may occur at the local storage facility or local public/private shipyards or onboard ship. Provide recommendations to MARMC Code 500 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
• Review technical drawings, technical manuals and ship configuration data to determine required parts and materials to support CNO avails. May require use of automated research tools such as Haystack/Logicom and CDMD-OA.
• Call out material identified by the third party planner (3PP) for work execution utilizing Material Access Technology (MAT) and Material Requirements (MRQT).
• Review work specification using NMD for proper parts and material. Compare to parts list identified by the third party planner.
• Cross reference parts/material requirements to verify correct National Stock Number/Allowance Parts List/NSN/APL/P/N for requisitioning process.
• Prepare cost estimates, technical specifications for contract and/or government commercial purchase card material procurements in support of repair modernization/maintenance availabilities using Future Use Material (FUM), standard Navy stock items as well as open purchase. Provide recommendations to MARMC Code 500 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
• Receive supplies and verify against ships configuration data. Provide recommendations to MARMC Code 500 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
• Develop inventory lists to assist the local storage facility in the inventory process. Provide
recommendations to MARMC Code 500 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
• Confer with LLTM team lead and logistics management teams to determine ways to optimize service levels, maintain supply chain efficiency or minimize cost.
• Prepare weekly material status reports for numerous ships utilizing a variety of corporate applications and databases. Provide recommendations to MARMC Code 500 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
• Track product flow (material requisitions, standard/non-standard) from origin to final delivery.
• Recommend improvements to existing or planned logistics processes.
• Develop standard operating procedures for material ordering process. Provide recommendations to MARMC Code 500 SME/Manager for concurrence and approval.
• Keep LLTM team lead informed of any work that needs to be rejected or any circumstances that may impact ability to complete a task.
a. Minimum High School Diploma.
b. Ability to learn and become proficient with the following software applications: Maritime Systems
Environment (MSE), Information Handling Services (IHS)-(HAY STACK), LOGICOMM, Material Access
Technology (MAT), Material Requirements (MRQT), ONE TOUCH, E-MALL, Maintenance Figure of Merit
(MFOM), Navy Maintenance Database-r (NMD-r), Technical Data Management Information System (TDMIS),
Configuration Data Management Open Architectural (CDMD-OA) database and other logistics related databases.
c. Experience with Navy Shipboard Supply System.
Proficient in MS Office, Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.
d. Local travel in and around the Hampton Roads area to include: Public and Private Shipyards, DLA
Warehouse and Bldg. W143.
e. Active Secret Clearence
ITA 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