ITA International

  • SBPL Electronics Maintenance Developer

    Job Location US-MD-Baltimore
    Job ID
    2018-2648
    Fill Type
    Bench
  • Overview

    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 is seeking an Electronics Maintenance Developer to join our team in Baltimore.

    Responsibilities

    MPC Development:

    Run reports from AMMIS, NESSS, Cognos, SFLC Projects, SFLC IDE/Sharepoint, ALMIS and all other relative databases as requested by the COR.

    Complete Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) analysis when required by the Coast Guard. RCM is used to develop maintenance requirements for systems affected by design. RCM
    analysis documentation shall be submitted to the Coast Guard for review and approval.

    Conduct parts research using FEDLOG, AMMIS, NESSS and other Federal supply databases.

    Use IETM and IDE Sharepoint to process and maintain MPC development, all configurations, TCTOs and all other relative tasks as directed by the COR.

    Provide technical review of maintenance standards as well as preventative and corrective maintenance practices for all installed equipment. Provide recommend changes to maintenance practices to increase reliability.

    Prepare project progress reports, white papers, briefings, etc. for presentation to stakeholders.

    Recommend allowances for Organizational level spare parts in both deployed and garrison state.

    Provide inputs to aid in the development of specifications utilizing Microsoft® Word for repair availabilities.

    Utilize the web based SFLC Activities and web based technical information publication tools as directed by the COR.

    Gather data from the Product Line Branches, CG YARD, SFLC Engineering Services Division and other Coast Guard units as directed by the COR to provide information for GFE requirements.

    Develop documentation utilizing Microsoft® Word© and Microsoft® Power Point© for systems designated by the COR.

    Provide Quality Assurance and review of existing MPC(s); providing feedback and edits required for final government approval.

    Develop maintenance support and Maintenance Procedure Cards MPC) for scheduled, unscheduled (including corrective), and alterative maintenance tasks at all organizational levels.
    MPC content will be developed using the Coast Guard's Planned Maintenance System Development Process Guide. This will include but not limit the contractor to completing all remaining Organizational MPC(s) for any Small Boat class as required and directed by the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and assigned Asset Line Manager (ALM).
    Maintain existing MPC(s) and develop TCTO(s) for operational Degraders and Cost Drivers. New MPC(s) will be accomplished on a case by case basis.

    Develop and maintain the Electronics Maintenance Requirements List (MRL) in coordination with and support of TISCOM, C2CEN and respective SMEF groups. MRL content will be
    developed using the Coast Guard's Planned Maintenance System Development Process Guide.

    Conduct a physical validation of MPC(s) as directed by the COR. MPC validation will be conducted using the Coast Guard's Planned Maintenance System Development Process Guide.

    Conduct supply research of repair and/or replacement parts within the Coast Guard Supply System, the National Supply System and commercial market place. Obtain and provide data
    necessary to support the procurement of the item(s).

    Initiate and complete documentation as required to load parts into ALMIS for all small boats, including Provisioning for Tier 1 Assets that have not yet been completed. A large
    percentage of parts used on boats are still not enrolled in AMMIS, which prevents SBPL Supply from achieving increased efficiency. The contractor will support the SBPL in reducing these percentages, while measuring and documenting progress throughout the period of performance.

    Process customer feedback IAW CG Form 22 Process Guide.

    Develop deliverables using the Coast Guard Standard Workstation Ill or Contractor computer with CG compatible software.

    Edit and Incorporate comments and changes to documentation as directed by the COR.

    Prepare and deliver documentation developed to the COR for approval and/or routed as directed by the COR.

    Perform all other relative duties as directed by the COR for the successful accomplishment of this Task Order.

    TCTO Processing:


    Generate updated Configuration Reports/MRL.

    Run reports from AMMIS, NESSS, Cognos, SFLC Central Projects/Activites, SFLC IDE/Sharepoint, ALMIS and all other relative databases as requested by the COR.

    Conduct parts research using FEDLOG, AMMIS, NESSS, other Federal supply databases and commercial sources.

    Use IETM and IDE Sharepoint to process and maintain MPC development, all configurations, TCTOs and all other relative tasks as directed by the COR.

    Gather data from the Product Line Branches/Sections, CG YARD, SFLC Engineering Services Division, CG Boat Forces (CG-731), CG Naval Engineering (CG-45) and other Coast Guard units as directed by the COR to provide information for GFE requirements.

    Provide TCTO development, processing, and monitoring.

    Initiate and complete documentation as required to load parts into ALMIS, including Provisioning Assets that have not yet been completed. A large percentage of parts used on boats are
    still not enrolled in AMMIS, which prevents SBPL Supply from achieving increased efficiency. The contractor will support the SBPL in reducing these percentages, while measuring and documenting progress throughout the period of performance.

    Process customer feedback IAW CG Form 22 Process Guide.

    Prepare and deliver documentation developed to the COR for approval and/or routed as directed by the COR.

    Perform all other relative duties as directed by the COR for the successful accomplishment of this Task Order.

    Contractor shall not perform any acts that give the appearance of having apparent or actual authority under a contract.

    Contractor shall not perform inherently governmental COR functions or represent oneself as a Government employee in the performance of such tasks.

    Inherently Government Functions, as related to this requirement, include:
    Inspect and accept contract deliverables
    Make determinations for the use or disposition of Government Furnished Property
    Participate as a voting member in any source selection activity
    Approve contractual documents, including specifications, evaluation criteria, or acquisition
    Administer contracts, including ordering changes in performance or quantities, making final determinations about contractor performance, or approving invoices/payments
    Determining whether contract costs are reasonable, allocable, and allowable

    Qualifications

    Three (3) years engaged in logistics support of Coast Guard maintenance and a minimum of one (1) year of experience with the Coast Guard Logistics Business Model.

    One (1) year of experience in utilizing the Asset Computerized Maintenance System (ACMS), Asset Maintenance Management Information System (AMMIS) and Naval Electronic Supply Support System (NESSS).

    MPC development experience

    Minimum of 4 years of DoD or USCG Electronic Experience

    Demonstrate a working knowledge of Hull, Mechanical and Electrical (HM&E) systems in addition to electronics systems.

    RCM Certified - RCM analysts are required to be certified by the Coast Guard or NAVSEA as RCM analysts.

    All contractor personnel must be U.S. Citizens.

    Background Investigation to include Financial and Criminal Background Investigations

    Must be able to pass a National Agency Check and Inquiries (NACI) or higher investigation.

    Minimal travel required

    NACI required

     

     

    ITA International is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We are committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran's status or any status protected by applicable federal, state, or local discrimination laws.

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans

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