Job Description:Ship Superintendent 2 SUPPORTING DDGs As a member of the Program Management Team, manage a designated portion of a Navy surface ship repair package including the installation, modification, and repair of complex equipment and systems in Engineering, Crew Berthing, Electronic/Combat System Suites, and Mission Critical spaces. Ensure assigned work is completed on time and within established budgets. Resolve all problems that cannot otherwise be resolved by assigned craft supervision, as well as working with the customer, subcontractors, and other departments to keep a minimum of interferences and distractions from impacting the progression of work. Conduct ship checks. Attend meetings. Participate in and assist craft personnel in setting up production schedules and manpower projections by reading and interpreting detailed work items, drawings, and related budgeting and man-hour reports. Ensure craft supervision and subcontractors are aware of milestones, key events, and target dates for assigned work. Ability to assess production progress and discuss production status with the Project Management Team. Interface with other shipyard departments including Estimating, Quality Assurance and Testing, Environmental, and Production Support. 5 Years experience working with U.S. Navy ship repair and modernization contracts. At least 3 of the 5 years should be in a supervisory / project management environment. High School or equivalent plus appropriate Trade / Armed Forces school + 5 years related experience. Proficient with Microsoft Software Programs. Knowledge of shipboard work control procedures, tag out procedures, and Government Work Authorization Form (WAF) controls. Ability to develop, prepare, and recommend changes to the work flow process using the IDR (Inspection Discrepancy Report) process.