ITA International USCG PROGC Technical Program Management Analyst (TPMA) Journeyman in Pascagoula, Mississippi

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 International is seeking qualified candidates to join their team in Pascagoula, MS as Technical Program Management Analysist (TPMA) Journeyman for USCG PRO-GC.

Duties include but are not limited to, the following tasks:

  • Perform surveillance of NSC production and shipbuilder technical deliverables per PROGC Surveillance Plan to ensure contractor compliance with contract requirements, program goals, and shipbuilder Quality Management System IOT prevent defects and/or document non-compliance for correction and preservation of government entitlement at delivery.

  • Develop and maintain a reporting system for tracking of assigned Technical Division action items.

  • Maintain status of actions for PROGC Technical Division.

  • Track submittal and status of Technical Division responses to CDRLs.

  • Support PROGC Tech Director/TAM configuration control processes by coordinating the review of, and consolidating comments on Engineering Change Proposals (ECP), Waterfront Changes (WFC), Requests for Waiver (RFW), Request for Deviation (RFD), and Minor Change Notices (MCN). Provide to TAM and CM prior to weekly Change Management Board (CMB) meeting.

  • Conduct reviews of engineering drawings and specifications associated with CDRLs and engineering changes to ensure technical accuracy.

  • Conduct ship checks to validate engineering drawings and specifications associated with CDRLs and engineering changes to verify configuration.

  • Develop and maintain working relationship with PROGC QA, Production, Test, Logistics, and Data manager.

  • Develop and maintain working relationship with Shipbuilder’s engineering and data management staff.

  • Prepare and modify USCG policy documents, position papers, analyses, designs, drawings, and presentations for review and approval of USCG technical authorities.

  • Edit and incorporate comments and changes to documentation as directed by the Technical Director/TAM.

  • Aid in technical oversight for the shipbuilder’s execution of engineering CDRL development.

  • Determine shipbuilder compliance with applicable NSC contract requirements.

  • Document and report discrepancies to the assigned Task Manager for documentation in the contract history file.

  • Review and comment on equipment and systems technical documentation and equipment maintenance procedures submitted by the shipbuilder.

  • Evaluate the suitability of various engineering products, services, or hardware as assigned.

  • Support PROGC in the research and resolution of HM&E system technical issues.

  • Provide technical support and analysis for cutter HM&E equipment/system Root Cause Failure Analyses.

  • Provide technical support and analysis for HM&E equipment/system maintenance reviews.

  • Participate in staff meetings, conferences, project planning sessions, Technical Interchange Meetings (TIM), Integrated Product Team (IPT) working groups, and other meetings as assigned by the Technical Director/TAM.

  • Document design, installation, and testing deficiencies through formally established USCG procedures.

  • Provide Minutes of each TPMA meeting. Meeting minutes shall include, at a minimum: Attendees list, Description of the topics discussed, and a list of the action items with the party responsible for completion of the action identified.

Work Environment:

Required work occurs in an office setting and in an industrial construction environment. The work is sedentary while in the office. The required work performed in the industrial environment occurs outdoors, in warehouses, aboard NSCs during construction and while underway, at sea. Safety conditions require the use of personal protective equipment or clothing as dictated by PROGC and the Shipbuilder’s policies and procedures.

Physical Abilities:

The tasking described within this work statement requires moderate walking, ability to lift up to 50 pounds, movement throughout an industrial shipyard facility, movement throughout NSCs under construction, and while underway, at sea. This includes traversing narrow and steep stairways and ladders.

Qualifications are:

  • Minimum of six (6) years’ experience in HM&E systems obtained through journeyman craft or quality assurance experience in the construction of U.S. Navy surface combatants or Coast Guard Cutters.

  • Experience in performing or overseeing machinery and equipment installation, equipment and systems testing and trials in a shipbuilding acquisition environment.

  • Have demonstrated knowledge of military and industrial standards used in the design of marine machinery.

  • Have experience in the development of Navy Ship Alterations or USCG Engineering Changes.

  • Must possess an active SECRET clearance

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

ID: 2018-2287

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