Careers With Invictus

Invictus Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and affords equal opportunity to all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.

We respect and value our team members and offer a comprehensive benefit package

Health & Family

Health, dental and vision plan

Paid Time Off

Holidays and paid vacation

Your Future

401 (k) or Roth IRA with company match

Income Protection

Short term & Long-term disability and life Insurance

Relocation

For certain positions relocation benefit packages may be available

Current Open Positions

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Engineering Technician (Mechanical/Electrical, Diesel Engine Inspector) 

SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE: must have both: full-time hands-on technical experience in the maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy shipboard diesel systems associated with propulsion and electricity generation; and a minimum of two (2) years full- time technician experience leading maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy shipboard diesel systems associated with propulsion and electricity generation. Must possess and submit proof of a current Diesel Engineer Inspector (DEI) certification (Navy Enlisted Classification code 4314). The DEI certificate must be current as of the start date of the period of performance and remain valid throughout the performance period.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

Engineering Technician (Electronics, Isns, Canes, Adns, Centrix Networks)

SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE: must have both: full-time hands-on technical experience in the maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ISNS-CANES, ADNS, SWAN, and CENTRIX network systems specifically involving OSI model, network principles, administrative, and operating system command line interface experience; and a minimum of two (2) years full-time technician experience leading maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ISNS- CANES, ADNS, SWAN, and CENTRIX network systems.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

Engineering Technician (Mechanical Main Reduction Gears)

SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE: Within the last ten years, must have both: a minimum four (4) years full-time hands-on technical experience in the maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship main reduction gears; and a minimum of two (2) years full-time technician experience leading maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship main reduction gears.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

Engineering Technician (Mechanical, Hydraulics)

SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE: hands-on technical experience in the maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship hydraulics systems and equipment including steering gear, hoists, and anchor windlass; and a minimum of two (2) years full-time technician experience leading maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy S ship hydraulics systems and equipment including steering gear, hoists, and anchor windlass.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

Engineering Technician (Mechanical Auxiliary Systems)

SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE: hands-on technical experience in the maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship auxiliary equipment and systems including deck machinery, underway replenishment, elevators and conveyors, and miscellaneous hoists; and a minimum of two (2) years full-time technician experience leading maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship auxiliary equipment and systems including deck machinery, underway replenishment, elevators and conveyors, and miscellaneous hoists.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

Engineering Technician (Hull/Structure)

SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE: hands-on technical experience in the assessment, maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship structure and damage control including bulkheads, tanks, compartments, and watertight doors and closures; and a minimum of two (2) years full-time technician experience leading maintenance, installation, test, or repair of U.S. Navy ship structure and damage control including bulkheads, tanks, compartments, and watertight doors and closures.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

Security Specialists

As Security Specialist, you shall perform a wide array of security related administrative functions. Provide security training/education and security awareness in support of personnel and assist the Command Security Manager (CSM) in the development of security policy guidance.

In this capacity, the Security Specialist provides:

  • Direct support to the CSM and subordinate units at locations per direction from the CSM
  • Assists the CSM in ensuring all personnel are eligible and properly briefed for SECRET or TOP SECRET access, to include the research of records, processing of documents for clearance/access, and using the LENEL access control system.
  • Assists the CSM in maintaining a proactive security program with goals and objectives to protect persons, information, and property
  • Operates the security office and administers the security programs to include personnel security (PERSEC), anti-terrorism operations/force protection (ATO/FP), information security (INFOSEC), physical security (PHYSEC) and Operations Security (OPSEC). Using applicable Department of Defense (DOD), Department of the Navy DON instructions, directives, regulations, manuals, and guidelines, discharge security duties and responsibilities
  • Provides a briefing on local security procedures to newly arrived personnel and those receiving initial indoctrination.
  • Provides debriefs as required to persons no longer requiring access to spaces
  • Serves as the official channel for certifying and receiving visitor clearances and accesses
  • Maintains command’s Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS)/Defense Information System for Security (DISS) web applications to accurately reflect all personnel under cognizance
  • Maintains security files on all detachment members
  • Liaises with CSM and keep CSM up to date on any adverse information reports
  • Delivers Letter of Intent (LOI) or Statement of Reasons (SOR) letters to detachment members and coordinate LOI and SOR responses
  • Submits JPAS / DISS visit requests for personnel
  • Supports AT/FP/Insider Threat functions including providing oversight and briefs in the Foreign Clearance Guide, using the Foreign Travel Checklist
  • Maintains ATO program, update instructions as required to meet detachment’s unique requirements per CSM guidance
  • Participates in the anti-terrorism working group (ATWG) for unique threats in each AOR
  • Prepares threat assessments as needed for command events or functions
  • Serves as the detachment Personal Recovery Mission Software (PRMS) unit manager and validates ISOPREPs for detachment members
  • Provides support to CSM for establishment and maintaining of Insider Threat Program

Supports INFOSEC Program including:

  • Maintaining SF701, and 702s End-of-Day Security Checks as prescribed in the SECNAV M- 5510.36 and DoDM 5200.01
  • Facilitates oversight of the classified material life cycle (creation, handling, storage, transmission, transportation, and destruction).
  • Assists detachment members with the proper marking and handling of classified material.
  • Investigates and reports all unauthorized disclosures of classified information
  • Ensures proper emergency destruction of SECRET material by authorized means and in accordance Emergency Action Plan.
  • Ensures material and spaces are accessed by authorized members only according to an established official need to know policy and support the CSM with information for that policy.
  • Establishes and maintains local Security Education and Training Awareness (SETA) program for all detachment personnel, to include initial, annual, and on the spot training requirements and general security awareness.
  • Issues courier cards to detachment personnel and provides courier briefings as required.
  • Maintains liaison with local NCIS personnel for incident reported, as required.

Supports PHYSEC Program including:

  • Maintaining oversight of the key control program and assisting key control manager as needed.
  • Using the LENEL electronic security system or successor system, makes access badges for entrance into spaces.
  • Can perform minor maintenance on the LENEL electronic security system as required.
  • Has oversight of the Crime Prevention Program to inhibit theft.
  • Using the LENEL electronic security system, maintain alarms and IDs for facilities.
  • Liaise with local alarm technicians to report problems and coordinate routine and corrective maintenance.
  • Vets personnel for access to secure spaces and maintain access roster for secure spaces.
  • Changes combinations for high security locks as required for security containers.

Supports Operations Security (OPSEC) Program including:

  • Establishing and maintaining local OPSEC program and instruction under the guidance of CSM.
  • Serves as OPSEC Program Manager for detachment.
  • Creates and provides detachment personnel with initial, annual, and on the spot OPSEC training.
  • Attends local OPSEC working group and liaises with OPSEC representative.
  • Maintains and updates Command Critical Information List (CIL) as required.
  • Attends Government-prescribed OPSEC training as required.

The candidate must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance.

Quality Assurance Specialist (QAS):

As QAS you must be able to access to NMD to perform functions found in RBDG (Role-Based Desk Guide) and

  • Continually monitor and evaluate the performance of government contractors in accordance with JFMM, CNRMC, and requirements using Contract Administration Quality Assurance Program (CAQAP) elements.
  • Be qualified and/or certified to conduct non-nuclear NDT inspections in accordance with NAVSEA requirements. “NAVSEA requirements” are specifically an individual who has/had NDT certs IAW NSTP T9074- AS-GIB-010/271 Rev 1, Requirements for Non-Destructive Testing Methods.
  • Be qualified to meet all training requirements but are not actually certified. Certified means that the individual is able to perform the inspections in which they hold certifications.
  • Regarding NDT certification, requires a Level II or greater NDT inspector certification. Such an inspector is certified for Core inspection (typically defined as Visual Testing (VT), Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT), and Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)), and an advanced inspection capability (Ultrasonic Testing (UT)), Eddy Current Testing (ET), and Radiographic Testing (RT).
  • For reference purposes, Level I NDT inspectors can only perform the inspection, but cannot determine acceptability/rejectability. Level III NDT are considered to be examiners (once designated) and are the individuals who certify lower graded inspectors, which would be a higher level of requirement.
  • Regarding hull specific processes, those would be addressed with certified Level II inspectors once they can satisfy the above requirements.
  • Review ship specification documents for quality assurance, welding, and NDT requirements to be applied to contract.
  • Develop and oversee Quality Management Plans for each contract based on Quality Data Evaluations of previous contractor performance.
  • Generate corrective action requests (CARs) for non-conformance/non-compliance to contract and NAVSEA requirements.
  • Develop weekly reports to include project status using JFMM elements.
  • Develop test and inspection plans to ensure government contractors are performing required work based on risk, criticality of work, and past contractor performance.
  • Must have the ability to perform quality audits of internal processes and contractor processes in accordance with ISO standards.
  • Must have be certified to perform preservation coatings inspections (NACE or NBPI), or the ability to be certified to perform these inspections.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport

Programmatic Support (Management Analyst)

As a management Analyst, you will perform a wide array of administrative, record keeping, updating, and manpower assignment functions. These functions will be specifically for assisting FDRMC in tracking, assignment, execution, and reporting of FDRMC manpower and manning functions.

Support will include the actions and responsibilities listed below:

  • Manpower, manning, metrics, reporting.
  • Support for development, analysis, and presentation of labor briefs. Support Command Operations Center reports and briefs. Assistance includes, but is not limited to, daily SIPR message traffic review, SIPR CASREP database updates,
  • Force laydown updates, and TAAS-Info job assignment and management.
  • Support record keeping functions in accordance with Department of Defense (DoD) requirements.
  • Assist with tracking and recording of training requirements for command personnel.
  • Assistance with Defense Travel System reviewing official support,
  • Warehouse management liaison and inventory control of equipment and tools,

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

Production Controller

As production controller you shall provide Management Analysts to perform a wide array of administrative, record-keeping and updating, and manpower assignment functions. These functions will be specifically for assisting in tracking, assignment, execution, and reporting of CASREP and AWR resolution functions.

You will focus primarily on depot level (D-level) maintenance, personnel will focus primarily on intermediate level (I-level) maintenance and will provide management analyst support to project teams.

Support will include the actions and responsibilities:

  • Compiling data into comprehensible basic reports and spreadsheets used by a variety of both military and civilian organizations during meetings and conferences. Sources of information include, but are not limited to, the NMD; web-based personnel database applications such as TAAS-INFO and MFOM; SQL-based Microsoft Access databases and applications; and server-based SharePoint and share drive applications and files.
  • Clerical duties including:
    • transcription and typing of inter/intra-office reports and email correspondence.
    • Scheduling of and participating in meetings and teleconferences.
    • processing TAAS- INFO jobs for personnel regarding ship equipment repair and fleet technical support.
    • Prepare weekly planning status report which includes status of work item preparation and adherence to milestones for all availabilities.
    • Maintains status of lessons learned.
  • Provide accurate tracking of CASREP statuses for all jobs currently held. Also communicate with other RMCs to provide seamless transitions of CASREP and job handling between 5th Fleet and 6th/7th Fleet AORs.
  • Develop definitive work specifications, cost estimates, and material requirements for overhauls/repairs; maintains liaison regarding requisitioning/procurement matters. Review specifications to ensure required level of quality assurance is incorporated.
  • Develop long-range plan for accomplishment of current and projected workload schedules.
  • Conduct work specification package turnover to include detailed turnover letter including plan files, specifications, plans and drawings, and Government furnished material (GFM) status.
  • Initiate procurement of GFM on assigned projects.
  • Monitor procurement actions to ensure all GFM will be available to support the availability production schedule.
  • Evaluate and make recommendations on material procurement sources, substitutions, and expediting techniques.
  • Ensure the required level of quality assurance is incorporated in the job specifications and that the necessary inspections, tests, and reports are prescribed in sufficient detail to prove workmanship.
  • Work with C300 planning division to standardize and codify terminology in Master Specification Catalogue.
  • I-level Planner, represent U. S. Navy interest in coordination of efforts with the various customers, TYCOMs, 5th Fleet and 6th/7th Fleet, other U. S. visiting vessel (pier-side), voyage repairs (non-pier side) and other non-naval vessels.
  • Providing technical guidance instructions for craftsmen to execution work on vessel and Other Productive Work (OPW) shop work. T
  • You must have knowledge and/or experience in the following:
    • Maritime Systems Environment (MSE) program suite (AIM, MAT, MRQT, BO and SUPDESK). Experience in ordering GFM and non-GFM materials in MSE program.
    • Microsoft Office software
    • DoD classification derivation policies
    • DoD cyber-security policies and procedures
    • JFMM CASREP handling procedures contained in COMUSFLTFORCOMINST 4790.3
    • Quality in Volume 5, and I-level brokering of work in Volume II
  • Coordinate the scheduling of availability risk assessments and the development of risk letters and other risk documents in accordance with CNRMC instruction for all availabilities in planning.
  • Provide notifications to production controllers when risk requirements are coming due. Report risk assessments and documentation milestones and status as part of the weekly planning report.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport

Information Technology (IT) Specialist – Customer Service

You shall perform a wide array of IT customer support functions:

This will include:

  • Analyzing digital evidence and investigating computer security incidents to derive useful information in support of application/system/network vulnerability mitigation.
  • Actions to prioritize portfolio investments, architect, and engineer, acquire, implement, evaluate, and dispose of IT and services, as well as information resources management, and storage, transmission, and display of data and information.

The work involves a wide variety of IT specialty areas.

  • Deciding what is to be done typically requires assessment of situations complicated by insufficient data.
  • Analyzing commercial software,
  • Evaluating PC integration into the total IT concept, and equipment failure,
  • Providing technical expertise in the areas of personal computer/network interfacing, and user assistance.
  • These positions have been designated as Cyber IT/Cybersecurity Workforce positions in specialty area (specialty area code 41 with Microsoft computing environment) and as a condition of employment incumbents of the positions are required to comply with the DON Cyber IT/CSWF Program requirements of SECNAV M-5239.2.
  • IT customer support functions include providing IA/IT services on software and hardware managed by the command.
  • Identifying end-user requirements for software and hardware solutions.
  • Installing and configuring hardware, software, and peripheral equipment for system users.
  • Proactively interacting with users to ensure proper operation of computer systems, hardware, and software.
  • Demonstrating processes and providing orientation for new users.
  • Providing instruction to users on accessing data, processing, space utilization efficiencies, and program recovery techniques
  • Managing accounts, network rights, and access to systems and equipment.
  • Managing inventory of IT resources, including all hardware, software, and peripheral equipment.
  • Providing recommendations for possible improvements and upgrades.
  • Report emerging trend findings.
  • Testing computer system/application performance.
  • Developing guidance documents for system users.
  • Troubleshooting system/application hardware and software.
  • Scanning and implementing patch management.
  • Collaborating with stakeholders to identify and/or develop appropriate technology solutions.
  • Actively participate in monthly IT Requirements and Planning Meeting.
  • Submitting Requests for Change (RFCs) and Standard Change Requests on behalf of command.
  • Acting as primary contact for Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station (NCTS) field technicians and ONE-Net project management office.
  • Reporting needs for growth/changes to command software and hardware through regular taskers and direct requests to Base Communications Office (BCO)/N5/NCTS offices.
  • Tracking, analyzing, and projecting Program Budget Information System (PBIS)-IT budget,
  • submitting appropriate documentation for IT purchases (including Unfunded Requirement, Information Technology Procurement Request, and Purchase Request documentation, as needed).
  • Acting as IT project manager and IT subject matter expert for command-wide projects.
  • Acting as primary IT point of contact for project stakeholders within and external to command.
  • Fulfilling Telecommunications Officer responsibilities. This includes:
    • managing inventory of and distributing mobile phones and SIM cards,
    • ensuring the command is meeting policies and requirements outlined by ONE-Net and the BCO and responding to any user-reported mobile phone issues.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport

Financial Analyst

As a Financial Technician you shall perform a wide array of administrative, record keeping, updating, and financial reporting functions. These functions will be specifically for assisting in tracking and reporting of financial data within responsibility. You will not conduct financial functions that are inherently the responsibility of the Government and employees.

  • You shall record, review, and update approved financial transactions in various web based financial applications, such as
    • Command Financial Management System (CFMS),
    • Standard Accounting and Reporting System (STARS),
    • Standard Accounting, Budgeting and Reporting System (SABRS),
    • Defense Civilian Pay System (DCPS), MSE, and TAAS-INFO.
  • Resolve identified items through correction of errors and interface with external activities (Grantors, Performing Activities, and Defense Financial and Accounting Service technicians) as required
  • Monitor systems for failed/suspended transactions and abnormal balances,
  • Maintain appropriate local logs and ledgers of transactions and account balances
  • Review, filing, and retrieval of financial and payroll records
  • Audit and review of personnel timecards and pay records
  • Process vendor invoices and preparing documentation for certification of vendor payments
  • Perform other financial and administrative duties as assigned.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport

Cyber Security Specialist

You will assist in the development and implementation of policy and procedures that ensure information systems reliability and accessibility.

You will be tasked to secure, defend, and preserve data, networks, net-centric capabilities, and other designated systems by ensuring appropriate security controls and measures are in place, and taking internal defense actions.

You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

This includes:

  • Access to system controls
  • Monitoring, administration, and integration of cybersecurity into all aspects of engineering and acquisition of cyberspace capabilities via the Chief Information Officer (CIO), Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM), and/or IT Policy and Planning manager.
  • Preparing, distributing, and maintaining plans, instructions, guidance, and standard operating procedures (SOPs) of the IT risk management, security, and contingency planning programs and duties and functions listed below. These positions have been designated as a Cyber IT/Cybersecurity Workforce position in specialty area (specialty area code 46 or 54 with Microsoft computing environment) and as a condition of employment incumbents of the position are required to comply with the DON Cyber IT/CSWF Program requirements of SECNAV M-5239.2.
  • Serving in a cyber security support function to include researching, drafting, developing, and submitting solutions for IA/IT policies, guideline, and standard operating procedures.
  • Advising senior management (e.g., CIO, ISSM, Policy and Planning Manager, etc.) on risk levels and security posture.
  • Communicating the value of IT security throughout all levels of the organization’s stakeholders.
  • Collaborating with organizational managers to support organizational cybersecurity objectives.
  • Ensuring security improvement actions are evaluated, validated, and implemented as required.
  • Establishing overall enterprise information security architecture (EISA) with the organization’s overall security strategy and compliance.
  • Evaluating cost-benefit, economic, and risk analysis in decision-making process.
  • Identifying alternative information security strategies to address organizational security objective.
  • Managing alignment of IT security priorities with the organization’s security strategy.
  • Recommending cybersecurity policies and coordinate review and approval.
  • Ensuring all acquisitions, procurements, and outsourcing efforts address information security requirements consistent with organization goals.
  • Forecasting ongoing service demands and ensuring security assumptions are reviewed, as necessary.
  • Providing enterprise information assurance (IA) and supply chain risk management guidance for development of the
  • Continuity of Operations Plans.
  • Designing and developing IA or IA-enabled tools.
  • Assisting with the preparation and decision execution of both Change Management and Change Control Boards.

INTEGRATED TEST ENGINEERS (ITE)

The Full Time ITEs for onsite support will provide/accomplish the following:

  • Engineering and technical structural, mechanical, and electrical support of surface ship availability integrated testing and work certification in accordance with requirements outlined in JFMM, U.S. Fleet Forces Command, Commander Naval Regional Maintenance Centers (CNRMC), and Directives.
  • Support engineering and technical structural, mechanical, and electrical expertise in planning, development, and execution oversight of surface ship availability integrated test plans and work certification. This expertise shall consist of the following technical specialties: Naval Architect/Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, and C4I/Combat Systems.
  • Provide oversight of surface ship repair planning, development and execution of availability Integrated Total Ship Test Plans (ITSTP). This oversight includes review of contractor-developed deliverables and review, revision, development, management, and execution of availability ITP as required by NAVSEA Standard Item 009-67 (Manage Integrated Total Ship Testing).

Specific tasks and responsibilities supporting this oversight include:

  • Approves and provides oversight of the contractor’s development and management of the ITP and coordinates with Project Manager to ensure the accurately reflects the AWP and the integrated production schedule.
  • Ensures the ITP is functionally linked to the Integrated Production Schedule.
  • Ensures the ITP is responsive to changes in production schedule such that when production items completion dates change, their associated test dates as well.
  • Ensures the ITP includes all testing for all maintenance activities.
  • Review the Authorized Work Package (AWP) and work specifications to evaluate and ensure that maintenance activities have properly tied work items key events and milestones.
  • Review work specifications to ensure appropriate Work to Test Relationships (WTR) have been developed. This includes work scheduled for contractors, AITs, FMA, Ship’s Force and Naval Shipyard (NSY) work as applicable.
  • Review Hull, Mechanical, Electrical, and C5I system test procedures prior to issuance and after completion of testing.
  • Act as primary POC to collect schedule and testing information from all activities including AITs, FMA, Ship’s Force and NSY. Ensure information is in the ITSTP.
  • Ensure testing is identified and included in Government-furnished information (GFI) to prove satisfactory operation of those equipment/systems not during the availability as well as interface testing for those systems affected by work accomplished during the availability.
  • Ensure tests requiring completion at sea have been identified and included as GFI for inclusion in the ITP and Sea Trials Agenda.
  • Evaluate Test Sequence Networks (TSN) provided by each maintenance activity.
  • Evaluate Test Schedules provided by each maintenance activity and Integrated Test Schedules provided by the Lead Maintenance Activity.
  • Ensure that all maintenance activities update test schedules on a minimum weekly basis and include changes to accommodate production schedule and authorized growth/new work.
  • Ensure that the Integrated Production and Testing Schedules are updated at least weekly.
  • Receive completed test procedures from all maintenance activities and evaluate results for completeness and technical acceptability. Ensure that non-conformances have been documented and action is being taken to resolve or technically adjudicate.
  • Participate in Total Ship Testing Task Group (TSTTG) as outlined in NAVSEA Standard Item 009-67.
  • Act as the Chief Engineer’s designated representative and SME for all issues related to testing as it ties to technical work certification and event readiness evaluation.
  • Provide surface ship availability work certification management and coordination in accordance with JFMM, USFF Command, CNRMC, and directives.
    Specific tasks and responsibilities include:
  • Provide a detailed brief for members of the execution maintenance team, ship’s force, contractors, and other pertinent parties outlining certification process and roles/responsibilities of each signatory.
  • Act as the Chief Engineer’s designated representative and SME for all issues related to technical work certification and key event readiness evaluation and be the project/maintenance teams work certification SME.
  • Coordinate the completion of the availability completion certification process and signature sheets in accordance with JFMM and work test certification guidance.
  • Collect all certification documentation into an availability certification book.
  • Present the availability certification book to the Chief Engineer in support of key certification events.
  • Verify that the availability Master Requirements List (MRL) and Event Readiness List (ERL) are updated by the Lead Maintenance activity (LMA) provided to the Project/Maintenance Teams.
  • Develop and distribute weekly a ship specific work certification status report(s).
  • Participate in all Integrated Project Team Development (IPTD) meetings (both in advance planning, execution and post availability) as the team’s subject matter expert on Test and Work Certification.
  • Provide written/oral debriefs to the ship’s Commanding Officer (CO), Chief Engineer, or other designated personnel. The contractor shall draft naval messages, letters, or other correspondence when required.
  • Represent at meetings, conferences, etc., and provide feedback to the code on content and results.
  • SECURITY: The minimum level of security required is SECRET.

 

PROJECT SUPPORT ENGINEER

The ideal candidate will have qualified and demonstrated relevant experiences with USN Surface Navy maintenance in order to provide technical support and engineering services. This position(s) requires the individual to perform engineering/technical services, monitoring and reporting during CNO availability planning and execution and during continuous maintenance events. Perform engineering/technical services, monitoring and reporting in support of deployment, assessment and INSURV events. You will perform engineering/data analysis in support of modernization, assessment, maintenance, or repair of surface ship equipment.

This position requires the candidate to monitor technical authority compliance during the planning and execution of surface ship maintenance, assessment, repair, and modernization work and provide recommendations to the client for consideration and their approval. The candidate at times will be required to generate technical and status reports which must be factually accurate and complete, reflect high quality, adhere to due dates and deadlines, be innovative, and use technological techniques to increase efficiency. This position will require the candidate to go aboard various ships pier side and in industrial facilities to perform the responsibilities which could include entering confined spaces, climbing/descending vertical ladders, be in hot, dirty and loud environments.  Travel may be required based upon the client’s request. You must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance and maintain a valid Passport.

ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS

The Full Time QAS will provide support as follows:

  • Continually monitor and evaluate the performance of government contractors in accordance with JFMM, CNRMC, requirements using Contract Administration Quality Assurance Program (CAQAP) elements.
  • Must be qualified and/or certified to conduct non-nuclear Non-Destructive Test (NDT) inspections in accordance with NAVSEA requirements.
  • Review ship specification documents for quality assurance, welding, and NDT requirements to be applied to contract.
  • Develop and oversee Quality Management Plans for each contract based on Quality Data Evaluations of previous contractor performance.
  • Generate corrective action reports (CARs) for non-conformance/non-compliance to contract and NAVSEA requirements.
  • Develop weekly reports to include project status using JFMM elements.
  • Develop test and inspection plans to ensure Government contractors are performing required work based on risk, criticality of work, and past contractor performance.
  • Must have the ability to perform quality audits of internal processes and contractor processes in accordance with ISO standards.
  • Must have be certified to perform preservation coatings inspections (NACE or NBPI), or the ability to be certified to perform these inspections.
  • Must have the ability to gain access to the Navy Maintenance Database (NMD).
  • SECURITY: The minimum level of security required is SECRET.

PROGRAMMATIC SUPPORT (MANAGEMENT ANALYST)

Performs a wide array of administrative, record keeping and updating, and manpower assignment functions. These functions will be specifically in the area of tracking, assignment, execution, and reporting of casualty report (CASREP) and automated work request (AWR) resolution functions.

Support will include the actions and responsibilities listed below:

  • Compiling data into comprehensible basic reports and spreadsheets used by a variety of both military and civilian organizations during meetings and conferences. Sources of information include but are not limited to the Navy Maintenance Database (NMD); web-based personnel database applications such as Tech Assist and Scheduling System (TAAS-INFO) and Maintenance Figure of Merit (MFOM); SQL-based Microsoft Access Databases and applications; server-based share point and share drive applications and files.
  • Clerical duties including: transcription and typing of inter/intra-office reports and email correspondence; Scheduling and participating in meetings and teleconferences; processing TAAS-INFO jobs personnel regarding ship equipment repair and fleet technical support.
  • Provide accurate tracking of CASREP statuses for all jobs. Also communicate with other regional maintenance centers (RMCs) in order to provide seamless transitions of CASREP and job handling between Areas of Responsibility.

  • The contractor must have knowledge and/or experience in the following: MS Office software; DoD classification derivation policies; DoD cyber-security policies and procedures; Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM) CASREP handling procedures contained in COMUSFLTFORCOMINST 4790.3.

  • SECURITY: The minimum level of security required is SECRET.

ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS

AUXILIARY SYSTEMS, HYDRAULICS SYSTEMS AND MAIN REDUCTION GEAR SYSTEMS

The Full-Time Engineering Technicians will provide subject matter expert (SME) support for assessments, technical assistance, and industrial availability depot level engineering work in the areas of Auxiliary Systems, Hydraulic Systems and Main Reduction Gear research analysis and evaluation for various sections of Naval vessels. These SMEs are expected to perform troubleshooting, diagnose, conduct engineering evaluation of root causes of failures, and develop technical guidance documentation for ships based on acceptable and approved technical standards and policies. SMEs are accountable to the Chief Engineer for technical compliance issues.

  • Upon completion of each ship visit provide a written visit debrief/report to the Government SME point of contact below.
  • May represent when tasked, at conferences, seminars, etc. and shall report results to the Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) or to another Government POC as directed.
  • Provide on-the-job training to Ship’s Force during any shipboard evolutions.
  • SECURITY: The minimum level of security required is SECRET.

JUNIOR ENGINEER

SHIPBOARD POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION

This is a full time shore side position located in Norfolk, VA supporting the US NAVY.

The candidate will have demonstrated direct experiences and knowledge in shipboard power generation and distribution. In addition to a working knowledge of shipboard electrical systems, the individual will possess troubleshooting and analytical capabilities to assess degraded systems and or equipment and offer corrective actions to restore system and equipment to fully operational status. The work environment includes onboard US Navy ships engineering spaces located pier side, in local industrial availabilities and while the ships are underway.

The candidate must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance. Be available for local and international travel.

ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN IV

Duties include programmatic support, analysis, monitoring and reporting of pre-deployment CASREPs, Fleet Material Readiness, Fleet Technical Support, surface ship assessment planning and execution, INSURV inspections, CNO availability planning and execution, pre-deployment maintenance availability planning and execution, deployed CASREPs, and INSURV results.

The ideal Candidate for this opening will:

  • Provide programmatic, technical and engineering services with technical and programmatic support to accomplish fleet material readiness analysis, monitoring, and reporting during U.S. Navy surface ship operational and maintenance periods.
  • As identified, provide/act as peer level counterpart managers for each requirement as necessary.
  • Provide direct technical and programmatic support for all issues related to surface ship material condition readiness, assessments, maintenance availability planning, maintenance availability execution, fleet technical assistance, and waterfront technical authority.
  • Provide current subject matter expertise to understand and recommend process improvements for DON, NAVSEA and CNRMC instructions and policies as applicable to the Engineering Department.
  • Have the validated capability and experience with ships operations and availability planning and execution to provide programmatic representation for Engineering Department Availability Support Division Head and other senior Engineering Department managers [e.g. Chief Engineer), Department Head, other Division Heads at meetings, training, special projects and working groups as assigned.
  • Be comfortable with public speaking in various forums and is a vetted representative of Engineering Department senior leadership and must have an expert knowledge level of the topics presented.
  • US NAVY shipboard experience in maintenance procedures and application as well as availability planning and execution is preferable.

ENGINEER TECHNICIAN III

The candidate will be responsible to perform onboard structural and corrosion assessment of intake and updates onboard Norfolk assigned vessels. The purpose of these assessment is to assist in developing future availability work packages for those ships assessed. Additional responsibilities will include monitoring local maintenance activities production efforts in the performance of the statement of work(s) contracted as requested. Working knowledge of intakes and uptakes is required. Mandatory Technical Requirements and Assessment tasking work notifications is required. Must be familiar with SURFEMPP roles and responsibilities, BAWPs/AWPs, TASS and associated maintenance support tools. Working level functionality in Microsoft Office suite is required. Previous experience in structural and corrosion assessments is desired. Locations in performance of this position includes, Naval Station Norfolk, VA (pier side and in LF-18), at various local maintenance providers (shipyards) and possible overseas locations where Norfolk homeported ships are operating. A Secret security clearance is required for this position.

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER/ ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

This candidate will provide Full-Time Onsite Support for Tanks/Structural assessments onboard various USN ship classes. The applicant shall provide technical assistance, assessment, corrective actions and groom support as tasked for the department cognizant shipboard equipment. The applicant shall conduct cold checks of equipment condition and parameters for out of specification settings. The individual will observe operation of the equipment by ship’s force to witness the full range of performance, where possible. Appropriate measuring equipment will be used to obtain data for evaluation. They will evaluate the findings of the cold checks and operational checks and oversee ships force accomplishment of adjustments and repairs to the maximum extent possible during the time available. Upon completion of each ship visit provide a written visit debrief/report to the SMEPOC. Represent the Department when tasked, at conferences, seminars etc. and shall report results to the SMEPOC. Provide on the job training during any shipboard evolution’s.

General requirements

Demonstrate a working knowledge of Navy assessment programs, visit processes and reporting methods for visits. Ability to utilize computers including Microsoft Office suite for compiling information for reports and history files and transfer digital pictures from cameras to computer and enhance as required and label them for reports. Ability to utilize standard tools to obtain objective quality evidence to document deteriorated conditions. Ability to document all findings and recommended corrective actions into approved navy databases (i.e. 3M or CADET). Structural and Corrosion – Spaces/Compartments and Topside support: Minimum of eight (8) years general experience with the installation, repair, testing and maintenance of spaces, compartments and topside areas of naval vessels. Experience in the assessment, repair and maintenance of spaces, compartments and topside areas on US naval vessels. Minimum of eight (8) years of specialized hands-on experience performing CG 47 Class Superstructure Inspections conducting of Level II inspections IAW Naval Ships Technical Manual Chapter 100 and Corrosion Control Assessment and Maintenance Manual (CCAMM) rev.3. Minimum of eight (8) years experiences with CG structural SHIPALTs as they relate to topside structural inspections of CG class ships and crack repair. Minimum of eight (8) years experiences with Aluminum Welding techniques for crack repairs. Must have current (within eight (8) years) hands-on experience with these items. Additionally the candidate shall have and maintain a valid CPR Certification from a Nationally Accepted organization and shall have and maintain a valid Passport. Local and potential OCONUS travel is required with written permission from the customer.

SENIOR SHIP ENGINEER

Senior surface ship engineering or combat systems technician to provide support for Work Specification and Process Review Branch, Chief Engineer, and Engineering Department.

Essential Responsibilities

  • Assist the Engineering Department Chief Engineer with analytic and evaluative work, problem resolution and direct support in a variety of administrative areas to include investigate and provide recommended solutions to problems related to program / project processes and procedures, monitor project expenditures (labor and non-labor), develop schedules for accomplishing work and assuring timely and efficient interface with work schedules.
  • Perform research using publications, drawings, instructions and conduct studies and/or research projects as assigned.
  • Assist in the tracking and development of solutions required to address technical investigation, root cause analysis and studies of complex technical problems in relation to maintenance, repair and modernization issues.
  • Assist the Engineering Chief Engineer in the development and issuance of Technical Memorandums of Agreement (MOA), Technical Command Instructions and the conversion of selected FTSD Planning Chapters and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
  • Maintains an audit follow-up system for processing internal audit reports.

Minimum Requirements

Vocational/technical training beyond high school and at least twelve (12) years of job-related experience within the last 25 years in the operation, repair and maintenance of naval or marine propulsion and auxiliary systems. A Minimum of six (6) of those years must have been in a position of team leader or coordinator over a subordinate work force involved in the physical maintenance and report of mechanical equipment or systems. Minimum of eight (8) years general experience with the surface ship HM&E repair, installation, operation, testing and maintenance
Requires current Secret Security Clearance

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We are a woman-owned small business (WOSB) with headquarters located in Chesapeake, Virginia. We specialize in providing senior-level and mid-level maintenance management to both commercial and government customers.

Established in 2012, Invictus Associates, LLC

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We look forward to hearing from you. Please contact us with your questions, concerns, or comments via the form below. We will get back to you within 24 hours.

We are a woman-owned small business (WOSB) with headquarters located in Chesapeake, Virginia. We specialize in providing senior-level and mid-level maintenance management to both commercial and government customers.

Established in 2012, Invictus Associates, LLC