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Metro Machine Corp DBA General Dynamics NASSCO Bremerton Pipe Supervisor in Bremerton, Washington

Pipe SupervisorDate: Apr 7, 2021Location:Bremerton, WA, US, 98337 Company: National Steel and Shipbuilding Com Shift: ALLSecurity Clearance: No ClearanceESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND PURPOSE (Job Description)The Supervisor leads, guides, coordinates, and supervises a team that may be comprised of Journeyman Level Mechanics, Trainees, Helpers, and Subcontracted Labor. POSITION DEMANDS (Education/Training) Typically has a BA/BS plus 2 years in a related field or AA/AS plus 4 years directly related experience or 8 years directly related ship building/ship repair experience. POSITION DEMANDS (Required Experience)In-depth knowledge in all facets of the trade relating to ship repair.Working knowledge of contracting and estimating procedures.Demonstrated knowledge and utilization of production processes, methods, quality, and technology.Effective leadership, communication, and team-building skills.Proven ability in people environment. Proficient in Microsoft products. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS XCarrying Lifting XWalking XClimbing Pulling XMust be able to go on vessels XCrawling XSitting XVisual Requirements: XCrouching XStanding XHearing XStooping Other: XKneeling XTalking WORKING RELATIONSHIPSReports to the Foreman. This position typically has direct reports for 8-20 skilled, semi-skilled, unskilled employees and / or trade subcontractors. Supports Production and Program Management by monitoring and managing manpower resources, quality, schedule, and budget performance. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIESOn-site deck-plate leader for the trade, working with a team of typically 8-20 mechanics to accomplish assigned production activities. Responsible for safety, quality, schedule and cost for his / her team.Plans and projects manpower requirements to support Production / Program Management activities. Communicates resource requirements to the Foreman.Reviews Gantt chart schedule to start planning work 2 weeks out, marks-up Gantt chart and communicates progress to Foreman.Develops daily work assignments and expectations for production workforce.Walks every production job before assigning it to assess necessary preparations for an efficient and safe execution of the work. Follows up at the job site multiple times a day to ensure proper progress and resolve potential issues.Assigns mechanics to jobs to most effectively utilize their skill set and maximize performance.Ensures all employees are properly supervised and have all the necessary tooling, equipment, specifications, drawings and procedures to properly accomplish their jobs.Deconflicts work and informs the Foreman of any potential problem that jeopardizes completion of quality w