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Coast Guard Project Manager




Provide engineering and technical services to include but not limited to: technology insertion; performance specifications; performance and data analysis; system integration; installation support; computer programming and software engineering; and on-site technical support, alteration services, Integrated logistics, system certification in support the various ship repairs associated with the US Coast Guard.

LOCATION: Norfolk, VA.


• Provides Senior level guidance and advice to personnel on the removal, installation, modification, repair, and troubleshooting of various Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) systems and components.

• Has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices and procedures within a particular field. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the function of the job.

• Must be able to read and interpret work specifications, drawings, technical manuals and CRs/CFRs.

• Works under limited supervision and routinely exercises independent judgement. Typically reports to a Program Manager.

• May lead and direct effort of groups of personnel.

• Must be able to work onboard ship for extended periods of time.

• Must be able to successfully pass a criminal background check, drug screening, and obtain and maintain a security badge for all US Coast Guard installations and civilian shipyards.



• High school diploma, a trade/industrial school graduation certificate, or a certificate of completion from a technical or military school with either a/an:

• Mechanical oriented course of study (e.g. Boiler Technician (BT), Hull Technician (HT) and Mechanist Mate (ME), etc.).

• Electrical and or mechanical oriented course of study including electronic theory and the theory of the operation and maintenance of ships electrical/electronic and mechanical equipment.



• Experience working in a shipyard/ship repair environment

  • Have extensive knowledge of USCG vessel maintenance availability requirements along with an intimate knowledge and understanding of USCG contracting rules and regulations for voyage repairs and dockside availabilities.

• Prospective employees must be a US Citizen with a Clean Background and able to pass a Drug Screen

• DBIDS is required.

• Current Security clearance preferred

• Eight (8) years of experience involving HM&E Machinery and Systems including the repair and maintenance of valves and associated equipment.

• Three (3) years of experience in the supervision of Technical Support for Alteration/SC installation, maintenance, or repair of HM&E Systems

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