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Job Locations US-VA-Chesapeake
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 days ago(4/21/2021 3:10 PM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees, and communities.   Who We Are T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting.  We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Port Engineer (PE) Program Corporate Support - Promulgate, monitor, track, and report PE Contract required training and certification in support of contract deliverables - Analyze data and provide information for information requests and contract deliverables - Continuously update Program Directories and Contact Lists - Prepare PowerPoint presentations and briefings - Assist with and coordinate events - Prepare and execute Purchase Requests (PR) in accordance with the purchasing policy - Manage material and equipment shipping - Serve as the Asset Management and Tracking System Administrator - Coordinate with the San Diego office and other PE Analysts to provide timely Port Engineer data input, updates, and validation - Participate in weekly meetings - Provide PE Training Program support to include, but not limited to: - Monitor, track, and report contractor and government PE Program Certification progress - PE Program Norfolk Waterfront Support - Analyze data and provide information for information requests and contract deliverables - Manage and execute the new hire check-in process - Liaise with other departments including Human Resources, Finance/Payroll, IT, and Operations to assist in efficiently onboarding new hires - Coordinate travel documentation and authorization, as well as any country clearance documents required in compliance with Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR) - Coordinate Visa and Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) requirements for Rota, Naples, and Gaeta (as required) - Promulgate, collect, track, and report PE telework agreements - Other duties as assigned by the Deputy Program Manager Travel: - This position includes a low level of travel to Fleet Concentration Support areas. Education, Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Abilities Required: - One of the following is desired: - A Bachelor’s Degree, or - A high school diploma or GED equivalent and at least 15 years related experience - Skilled in Microsoft Office Products (O 365) - Strong interpersonal skills and ability to present a professional decorum - Proficiency in extracting and processing data from multiple sources; articulating the data in a concise report or visual presentation utilizing common electronic communication and media formats; and providing recurring reports presenting real time data and long-term trends - Experience researching technical resources to provide technical information and documentation - Experience with Navy correspondence, reports/presentations is preferred - Proficiency in the following computer programs including, but not limited to the Validation, Screening, and Brokering (VSB) tool and the Maintenance Support Tool (MST) is preferred - Familiarity with Navy technical resources and research tools including PMS, EOSS, CSOSS, NSTM, JFMM, TDMIS, NSEDR, Haystack, OneTouch and NDE is preferred Qualifications: - Must possess a valid Driver’s License - Must have reliable transportation to and from various work locations - Must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance Physical Requirements: - Capable of sitting for long periods of time, standing, walking, crouching and kneeling - Talking, hearing and seeing - Reaching, handling, using equipment, keyboards and mobile devices - Lifting boxes (files and supplies) up to 20 lbs.   T-Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
ID
2021-2525
Job Locations Egypt-Alexandria | US-VA-Norfolk | US-FL-Mayport | US-WA-Everett | US-HI-Pearl Harbor | US-CA-San Diego
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 days ago(4/20/2021 11:46 AM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees and communities.   Who We Are T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting.  We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Career Opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a Port Engineer position supporting the Egypt FMC case. The Port Engineer will serve as the “Owner’s Representative” supporting NAVSEA’s role as execution agent for ship repair/transfer and maritime industrial projects for the Egyptian Navy. The Port Engineer will act as the program office representative at various Follow-On Technical Support and Ship Transfer related activities to enhance communications and provide a degree of quality assurance for work being accomplished. They shall have a primary role in supporting the PMS 326 Country/Program Manager. This individual will have a purely advisory role under the authority and guidance of NAVSEA. 
ID
2021-2524
Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/12/2021 10:57 AM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees and communities.   Who We Are T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting. We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Career Opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a Port Engineer position. This position serves as T-Solution’s on-board representative. The primary function of this role is to routinely validate shipboard conditions through personal observation and evaluation. Port Engineers are active leaders as part of a maintenance team and serve as the Type Commander (TYCOM), as well as the Commanding Officer’s primary representative for all off ship maintenance and modernization. They are intimately familiar with the operational and maintenance requirements of their assigned ships(s) to ensure mission readiness.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Manages an online database for all jobs. - Validates work requests, assigns preliminary estimates, and plans prioritized work packages within budget and time constraints for TYCOM approval. - Reviews work specifications, coordinates schedules with repair activities, oversees repairs, and providing input for all maintenance funding decisions. - Meets daily with the ships’ crew, department heads and commanding officer. - Reviews implementation, challenges, opportunities and resources relating to the Consolidated Ship’s Maintenance Plan. - Recommend suggestions and edits to the Ship’s Force if the current content does not provide accurate or complete information to determine the location. - Provides risk assessment and prioritization to the vessel’s commanding officer using the approved TYCOM format of all on and off ship maintenance requirements. - Attends weekly status meetings and provides requested status information to support maintenance planning and correction maintenance recommendations. - Attends ship maintenance, repair, and assessment events to answer real-time questions surrounding logistics, maintenance scope, funding shortfalls, budgetary constraints and mission impacts. - Develop agendas and present details on the Planning Board for Maintenance and deconflict planned and unplanned operational, schedule, and work integration issues. - Performs a weekly review and ship check, to include applicable personal observations and discussions of all assessments, planned refreshments. - Reviews the entire maintenance process. - Provide an annual prioritized list for all off-ship maintenance requirements for the development of the Maintenance and Modernization Business Plan. - Develops recommendations for authorized work packages within TYCOM established funding controls. - Provide a business case analysis in the prescribed TYCOM format when recommending changes to the business plan. - Provide funding shift recommendations for efficient execution of availabilities. - Possesses the necessary knowledge to adhere to contractual requirements for our Government clients. - Performs all duties and responsibilities in a timely and effective manner in accordance with established company policies to achieve the overall objectives of this position.   Travel: - This position includes a low level of travel to Fleet Concentration Support areas. - Frequent underway time for sea trials, testing, inspections, ship checks, and other events as needed. - Attend ship deployments including port-to-port transfers, sea trials, mid-deployment ship checks and sister ship visits.   Education, Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Abilities Required: - A high school diploma or GED equivalent - One of the following: - A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and a minimum of four years of sailing experience as an operating engineer with at least the USCG Third Assistant Engineer License - A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Business or Management related field and engineering experience in the US Navy with at least two tours as a Navy Limited Duty Officer (LDO), Chief Engineer (CHENG), or Main Propulsion Assistant (MPA) - Five years of experience as a USCG licensed Third Assistant Engineer or higher with recent experience as a Port Engineer or other relevant position in naval or commercial ship repair   Qualifications: - Must possess a valid Driver’s License - Must have reliable transportation to and from various work locations - Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance   Physical Requirements: - Ability to frequently traverse stairs, fixed ladders and ladder-wells while walking ships on a daily basis - Wherewithal to spend several consecutive days at sea while underway as needed - Capable of sitting for long periods of time, standing, walking, crouching and kneeling - Talking, hearing and seeing - Reaching, handling, using equipment, keyboards and mobile devices - Lifting boxes (files and supplies) up to 20 lbs   T-Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
ID
2021-2522
Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/9/2021 10:02 AM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees and communities.   Who We Are T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting. We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Career Opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a Port Engineer position. This position serves as T-Solution’s on-board representative. The primary function of this role is to routinely validate shipboard conditions through personal observation and evaluation. Port Engineers are active leaders as part of a maintenance team and serve as the Type Commander (TYCOM), as well as the Commanding Officer’s primary representative for all off ship maintenance and modernization. They are intimately familiar with the operational and maintenance requirements of their assigned ships(s) to ensure mission readiness.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Manages an online database for all jobs. - Validates work requests, assigns preliminary estimates, and plans prioritized work packages within budget and time constraints for TYCOM approval. - Reviews work specifications, coordinates schedules with repair activities, oversees repairs, and providing input for all maintenance funding decisions. - Meets daily with the ships’ crew, department heads and commanding officer. - Reviews implementation, challenges, opportunities and resources relating to the Consolidated Ship’s Maintenance Plan. - Recommend suggestions and edits to the Ship’s Force if the current content does not provide accurate or complete information to determine the location. - Provides risk assessment and prioritization to the vessel’s commanding officer using the approved TYCOM format of all on and off ship maintenance requirements. - Attends weekly status meetings and provides requested status information to support maintenance planning and correction maintenance recommendations. - Attends ship maintenance, repair, and assessment events to answer real-time questions surrounding logistics, maintenance scope, funding shortfalls, budgetary constraints and mission impacts. - Develop agendas and present details on the Planning Board for Maintenance and deconflict planned and unplanned operational, schedule, and work integration issues. - Performs a weekly review and ship check, to include applicable personal observations and discussions of all assessments, planned refreshments. - Reviews the entire maintenance process. - Provide an annual prioritized list for all off-ship maintenance requirements for the development of the Maintenance and Modernization Business Plan. - Develops recommendations for authorized work packages within TYCOM established funding controls. - Provide a business case analysis in the prescribed TYCOM format when recommending changes to the business plan. - Provide funding shift recommendations for efficient execution of availabilities. - Possesses the necessary knowledge to adhere to contractual requirements for our Government clients. - Performs all duties and responsibilities in a timely and effective manner in accordance with established company policies to achieve the overall objectives of this position.   Travel: - This position includes a low level of travel to Fleet Concentration Support areas. - Frequent underway time for sea trials, testing, inspections, ship checks, and other events as needed. - Attend ship deployments including port-to-port transfers, sea trials, mid-deployment ship checks and sister ship visits.   Education, Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Abilities Required: - A high school diploma or GED equivalent - One of the following: - A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and a minimum of four years of sailing experience as an operating engineer with at least the USCG Third Assistant Engineer License - A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Business or Management related field and engineering experience in the US Navy with at least two tours as a Navy Limited Duty Officer (LDO), Chief Engineer (CHENG), or Main Propulsion Assistant (MPA) - Five years of experience as a USCG licensed Third Assistant Engineer or higher with recent experience as a Port Engineer or other relevant position in naval or commercial ship repair   Qualifications: - Must possess a valid Driver’s License - Must have reliable transportation to and from various work locations - Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance   Physical Requirements: - Ability to frequently traverse stairs, fixed ladders and ladder-wells while walking ships on a daily basis - Wherewithal to spend several consecutive days at sea while underway as needed - Capable of sitting for long periods of time, standing, walking, crouching and kneeling - Talking, hearing and seeing - Reaching, handling, using equipment, keyboards and mobile devices - Lifting boxes (files and supplies) up to 20 lbs   T-Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
ID
2021-2520
Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/9/2021 10:02 AM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees and communities.   Who We Are T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting. We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Career Opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a Port Engineer position. This position serves as T-Solution’s on-board representative. The primary function of this role is to routinely validate shipboard conditions through personal observation and evaluation. Port Engineers are active leaders as part of a maintenance team and serve as the Type Commander (TYCOM), as well as the Commanding Officer’s primary representative for all off ship maintenance and modernization. They are intimately familiar with the operational and maintenance requirements of their assigned ships(s) to ensure mission readiness.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Manages an online database for all jobs. - Validates work requests, assigns preliminary estimates, and plans prioritized work packages within budget and time constraints for TYCOM approval. - Reviews work specifications, coordinates schedules with repair activities, oversees repairs, and providing input for all maintenance funding decisions. - Meets daily with the ships’ crew, department heads and commanding officer. - Reviews implementation, challenges, opportunities and resources relating to the Consolidated Ship’s Maintenance Plan. - Recommend suggestions and edits to the Ship’s Force if the current content does not provide accurate or complete information to determine the location. - Provides risk assessment and prioritization to the vessel’s commanding officer using the approved TYCOM format of all on and off ship maintenance requirements. - Attends weekly status meetings and provides requested status information to support maintenance planning and correction maintenance recommendations. - Attends ship maintenance, repair, and assessment events to answer real-time questions surrounding logistics, maintenance scope, funding shortfalls, budgetary constraints and mission impacts. - Develop agendas and present details on the Planning Board for Maintenance and deconflict planned and unplanned operational, schedule, and work integration issues. - Performs a weekly review and ship check, to include applicable personal observations and discussions of all assessments, planned refreshments. - Reviews the entire maintenance process. - Provide an annual prioritized list for all off-ship maintenance requirements for the development of the Maintenance and Modernization Business Plan. - Develops recommendations for authorized work packages within TYCOM established funding controls. - Provide a business case analysis in the prescribed TYCOM format when recommending changes to the business plan. - Provide funding shift recommendations for efficient execution of availabilities. - Possesses the necessary knowledge to adhere to contractual requirements for our Government clients. - Performs all duties and responsibilities in a timely and effective manner in accordance with established company policies to achieve the overall objectives of this position.   Travel: - This position includes a low level of travel to Fleet Concentration Support areas. - Frequent underway time for sea trials, testing, inspections, ship checks, and other events as needed. - Attend ship deployments including port-to-port transfers, sea trials, mid-deployment ship checks and sister ship visits.   Education, Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Abilities Required: - A high school diploma or GED equivalent - One of the following: - A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and a minimum of four years of sailing experience as an operating engineer with at least the USCG Third Assistant Engineer License - A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Business or Management related field and engineering experience in the US Navy with at least two tours as a Navy Limited Duty Officer (LDO), Chief Engineer (CHENG), or Main Propulsion Assistant (MPA) - Five years of experience as a USCG licensed Third Assistant Engineer or higher with recent experience as a Port Engineer or other relevant position in naval or commercial ship repair   Qualifications: - Must possess a valid Driver’s License - Must have reliable transportation to and from various work locations - Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance   Physical Requirements: - Ability to frequently traverse stairs, fixed ladders and ladder-wells while walking ships on a daily basis - Wherewithal to spend several consecutive days at sea while underway as needed - Capable of sitting for long periods of time, standing, walking, crouching and kneeling - Talking, hearing and seeing - Reaching, handling, using equipment, keyboards and mobile devices - Lifting boxes (files and supplies) up to 20 lbs   T-Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
ID
2021-2519
Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/9/2021 10:01 AM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees and communities.   Who We Are T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting. We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Career Opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a Port Engineer position. This position serves as T-Solution’s on-board representative. The primary function of this role is to routinely validate shipboard conditions through personal observation and evaluation. Port Engineers are active leaders as part of a maintenance team and serve as the Type Commander (TYCOM), as well as the Commanding Officer’s primary representative for all off ship maintenance and modernization. They are intimately familiar with the operational and maintenance requirements of their assigned ships(s) to ensure mission readiness.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Manages an online database for all jobs. - Validates work requests, assigns preliminary estimates, and plans prioritized work packages within budget and time constraints for TYCOM approval. - Reviews work specifications, coordinates schedules with repair activities, oversees repairs, and providing input for all maintenance funding decisions. - Meets daily with the ships’ crew, department heads and commanding officer. - Reviews implementation, challenges, opportunities and resources relating to the Consolidated Ship’s Maintenance Plan. - Recommend suggestions and edits to the Ship’s Force if the current content does not provide accurate or complete information to determine the location. - Provides risk assessment and prioritization to the vessel’s commanding officer using the approved TYCOM format of all on and off ship maintenance requirements. - Attends weekly status meetings and provides requested status information to support maintenance planning and correction maintenance recommendations. - Attends ship maintenance, repair, and assessment events to answer real-time questions surrounding logistics, maintenance scope, funding shortfalls, budgetary constraints and mission impacts. - Develop agendas and present details on the Planning Board for Maintenance and deconflict planned and unplanned operational, schedule, and work integration issues. - Performs a weekly review and ship check, to include applicable personal observations and discussions of all assessments, planned refreshments. - Reviews the entire maintenance process. - Provide an annual prioritized list for all off-ship maintenance requirements for the development of the Maintenance and Modernization Business Plan. - Develops recommendations for authorized work packages within TYCOM established funding controls. - Provide a business case analysis in the prescribed TYCOM format when recommending changes to the business plan. - Provide funding shift recommendations for efficient execution of availabilities. - Possesses the necessary knowledge to adhere to contractual requirements for our Government clients. - Performs all duties and responsibilities in a timely and effective manner in accordance with established company policies to achieve the overall objectives of this position.   Travel: - This position includes a low level of travel to Fleet Concentration Support areas. - Frequent underway time for sea trials, testing, inspections, ship checks, and other events as needed. - Attend ship deployments including port-to-port transfers, sea trials, mid-deployment ship checks and sister ship visits.   Education, Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Abilities Required: - A high school diploma or GED equivalent - One of the following: - A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and a minimum of four years of sailing experience as an operating engineer with at least the USCG Third Assistant Engineer License - A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Business or Management related field and engineering experience in the US Navy with at least two tours as a Navy Limited Duty Officer (LDO), Chief Engineer (CHENG), or Main Propulsion Assistant (MPA) - Five years of experience as a USCG licensed Third Assistant Engineer or higher with recent experience as a Port Engineer or other relevant position in naval or commercial ship repair   Qualifications: - Must possess a valid Driver’s License - Must have reliable transportation to and from various work locations - Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance   Physical Requirements: - Ability to frequently traverse stairs, fixed ladders and ladder-wells while walking ships on a daily basis - Wherewithal to spend several consecutive days at sea while underway as needed - Capable of sitting for long periods of time, standing, walking, crouching and kneeling - Talking, hearing and seeing - Reaching, handling, using equipment, keyboards and mobile devices - Lifting boxes (files and supplies) up to 20 lbs   T-Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
ID
2021-2518
Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(3/17/2021 4:29 PM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees and communities.   Who We Are T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting. We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Career Opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a Port Engineer position. This position serves as T-Solution’s on-board representative. The primary function of this role is to routinely validate shipboard conditions through personal observation and evaluation. Port Engineers are active leaders as part of a maintenance team and serve as the Type Commander (TYCOM), as well as the Commanding Officer’s primary representative for all off ship maintenance and modernization. They are intimately familiar with the operational and maintenance requirements of their assigned ships(s) to ensure mission readiness.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Manages an online database for all jobs. - Validates work requests, assigns preliminary estimates, and plans prioritized work packages within budget and time constraints for TYCOM approval. - Reviews work specifications, coordinates schedules with repair activities, oversees repairs, and providing input for all maintenance funding decisions. - Meets daily with the ships’ crew, department heads and commanding officer. - Reviews implementation, challenges, opportunities and resources relating to the Consolidated Ship’s Maintenance Plan. - Recommend suggestions and edits to the Ship’s Force if the current content does not provide accurate or complete information to determine the location. - Provides risk assessment and prioritization to the vessel’s commanding officer using the approved TYCOM format of all on and off ship maintenance requirements. - Attends weekly status meetings and provides requested status information to support maintenance planning and correction maintenance recommendations. - Attends ship maintenance, repair, and assessment events to answer real-time questions surrounding logistics, maintenance scope, funding shortfalls, budgetary constraints and mission impacts. - Develop agendas and present details on the Planning Board for Maintenance and deconflict planned and unplanned operational, schedule, and work integration issues. - Performs a weekly review and ship check, to include applicable personal observations and discussions of all assessments, planned refreshments. - Reviews the entire maintenance process. - Provide an annual prioritized list for all off-ship maintenance requirements for the development of the Maintenance and Modernization Business Plan. - Develops recommendations for authorized work packages within TYCOM established funding controls. - Provide a business case analysis in the prescribed TYCOM format when recommending changes to the business plan. - Provide funding shift recommendations for efficient execution of availabilities. - Possesses the necessary knowledge to adhere to contractual requirements for our Government clients. - Performs all duties and responsibilities in a timely and effective manner in accordance with established company policies to achieve the overall objectives of this position.   Travel: - This position includes a low level of travel to Fleet Concentration Support areas. - Frequent underway time for sea trials, testing, inspections, ship checks, and other events as needed. - Attend ship deployments including port-to-port transfers, sea trials, mid-deployment ship checks and sister ship visits.   Education, Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Abilities Required: - A high school diploma or GED equivalent - One of the following: - A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and a minimum of four years of sailing experience as an operating engineer with at least the USCG Third Assistant Engineer License - A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Business or Management related field and engineering experience in the US Navy with at least two tours as a Navy Limited Duty Officer (LDO), Chief Engineer (CHENG), or Main Propulsion Assistant (MPA) - Five years of experience as a USCG licensed Third Assistant Engineer or higher with recent experience as a Port Engineer or other relevant position in naval or commercial ship repair   Qualifications: - Must possess a valid Driver’s License - Must have reliable transportation to and from various work locations - Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance   Physical Requirements: - Ability to frequently traverse stairs, fixed ladders and ladder-wells while walking ships on a daily basis - Wherewithal to spend several consecutive days at sea while underway as needed - Capable of sitting for long periods of time, standing, walking, crouching and kneeling - Talking, hearing and seeing - Reaching, handling, using equipment, keyboards and mobile devices - Lifting boxes (files and supplies) up to 20 lbs   T-Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
ID
2021-2509
Job Locations Saudi Arabia-Saudi Arabia | US-VA-Norfolk | US-CA-San Diego
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3/31/2021 9:31 AM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees and communities.   Who We Are T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting.  We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Career Opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a Port Engineer position, located in Jubail, Saudi Arabia within close proximity to the King Abdulaziz Naval Base. The Port Engineer is the in-Kingdom, on-site engineering subject matter expert and liaison with NAVSEA, RSNF, and USMTM for all engagements required under Foreign Military Sales (FMS) agreements between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and United States Government in the areas of RSNF Follow-On Technical Support, Sustainment, and Modernization efforts. The Port Engineer acts as the PMS 326 office representative and will work closely with the RSNF/SRF for daily work direction. U.S. Citizenship is required.
ID
2021-2505
Job Locations Egypt-Alexandria | US-VA-Norfolk | US-CA-San Diego
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(2/11/2021 1:56 PM)
T-Solutions is the company people want to work for and work with when seeking global services and innovative solutions. We employ highly qualified and uniquely skilled professionals who are committed to providing services with integrity. We are the preferred partner to deliver excellence and to enrich our clients, employees and communities.    Who We Are  T-Solutions is a woman-owned, veteran-owned small business headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia that creates exceptional, responsive solutions to complex challenges for our global clients in the field of government contracting.  We are an innovative, agile provider of specialized, technical solutions and an exceptional cache of capabilities that enable mission-critical operations and decision making. We provide the expertise and guidance needed to help customers succeed in today’s era of defense, security, maintenance engineering, logistics, and business transformation. Our core competencies are aligned with the current needs of our customers; and those competencies anticipate and facilitate work with our customer to address their future needs. We are continually striving to adapt emerging and proven technologies to further enhance the abilities of our customers and partners.   Career Opportunity  We are currently seeking candidates for a Port Engineer position in Alexandria, Egypt, supporting the Egyptian Navy. The Port Engineer will serve as the “Owner’s Representative” supporting NAVSEA’s role as execution agent for ship repair/transfer and maritime industrial projects. The Port Engineer will act as the program office representative at various Follow-On Technical Support (FOTS) and Ship Transfer related activities to enhance communications and provide a degree of quality assurance for work being accomplished. They shall have a primary role in supporting the PMS 326 Country/Program Manager. This individual will have a purely advisory role under the authority and guidance of NAVSEA.     
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2020-2478