The Lead Manpower Specialist will support the Unmanned Maritime Vehicles Program Office (PMS 406). This Program Office leads the Navy’s integration of unmanned maritime systems into the fleet by developing and transitioning a portfolio of small, medium, large and extra-large unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) and unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) into serial production and advancing the state of the art of autonomous and semi-autonomous technology to deliver game-changing new capability to the warfighter.
In this role, you will assist our Navy clients in Unmanned Maritime Systems by applying expertise in logistics support areas, including Human System Integration, Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) analysis, readiness, and developing Naval Training System Plans (NTSP) as needed. Priority will be focused on ensuring all manpower documents are correct, complete, and in compliance with technical and programmatic requirements, and assisting the Training team determining dynamic training solutions. Apply sound personal judgment to drive decisions and develop solutions that may affect the cost, schedule, and quality of the project. Interact frequently with varying levels of Program Management leadership, external customers, stakeholders, and functional peer groups to gain the cooperation of others, when required.
Required skills and experience include:
5+ years of experience with MPT&E
Navy Manpower Requirements Determination (MRD) experience
Navy Availability Factor (NAF) experience
Knowledge of SECNAVINST 5000.2, OPNAVINST 1500.76 series, MILPERSMAN, OPNAVINST 1000.16 series, OPNAVINST 3500.23 series, OPNAVINST 3120.3 series, and the Navy Total Force Manpower Requirements Handbook
Proficiency in using Microsoft Products (Excel, Power Point, Word, Project)
US Citizen with Secret Security Clearance
Preferred skills and experience include:
Experience with product support manager functions, acquisition support, supply support, outfitting, maintenance and readiness, life cycle solutions, or Human Systems Integration (HSI) analysis
Experience with working on a major ACAT program
ORBIS offers an excellent benefits package and competitive salary in a professional atmosphe
Establishes and improves work systems by studying facility layout, work flow, and work methods.
* Develops labor standards by analyzing work samples and methods; measuring work performance.
* Improves labor utilization by studying work methods; testing modifications; designing new methods; recommending job restructuring.
* Improves work flow by studying process flowcharts; recommending modifications in work flow, work stations, and product; developing new procedures; recommending equipment modifications and purchases.
* Reduces waste by studying methods, equipment, and operator techniques; recommending changes; establishing procedures to identify and analyze waste.
* Implements work improvement programs by conferring with management and engineering staff.
* Prepares work analysis reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends.
* Maintains industrial engineering data base by writing computer programs; entering and backing up data.
* Completes work improvement projects by training and guiding operators and supervisors.
* Maintains operations guidelines by writing and updating policies, procedures, and methods.
* Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
* Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Control Engineering, Manufacturing Experience, Manufacturing Methods and Procedures, Manufacturing Quality, Database Design, Managing Processes, Developing Standards, OSHA Compliance, Analyzing Information , Quality Focus, Technical Zeal