Structural Intermediate Level Maintenance Planner II

Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc.
San Diego, CA
Added: March 11, 2024
Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc. is seeking a full time Structural/Piping Intermediate Level Maintenance Planner II in San Diego, CA.

Job Summary: Under minimal supervision, provide Intermediate Level planning support for ship structure and piping repairs being executed by the Intermediate Level repair shops operated by our San Diego based Navy customer. Executing the Intermediate Planning and Estimating services includes reviewing scope of job requirements for accomplishment at the intermediate maintenance level, researching and writing work procedures, developing technical work documents and packages, researching material and parts requirements, estimating labor hours to complete the work and coordinating engineering solutions that require engineering support.

Duties And Responsibilities

Provides I-level maintenance planning services in accordance with the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM) and applicable technical documentation, while ensuring adherence to technical authority requirements.

Repairs planning will include but not limited to the following services: structural and non-structural welding services in-shop and aboard ships, to include hot work operations, component repair, fabrication and metal forming, pipefitting, ship-fitting, and accommodation ladder/ship’s gangway disassembly, assessment, and component repair.

Determines proper type and write technical work documents, including Maintenance Procedures (MPs), Formal Work Packages (FWPs), and Controlled Work Packages (CWPs), for I-level maintenance to be executed by Navy operated production shops.

Respond to I-level maintenance planning technical questions related to assigned areas of discipline.

Performs ship-checks, review technical data references, and prepare labor and material estimate.

Assesses feasibility of accomplishment of work by I-level Production shops.

Writes and reviews I-level work packages for the inspection of material conditions, assessments, and repairs, in accordance with the JFMM, Volume V, Part I, chapters 2 & 3, utilizing maintenance data program of record.

Prepares complete and accurate work packages in a timely manner, meeting ships’ and Production Department’s scheduled goals and timelines/deadlines.

Attends and participate in planning/production meetings in execution of I-level Planning duties.

Acts professional in all communications and dealings, including with all internal and external customers in the execution of I-Level Planning duties.

Drives golf carts and government vehicles to and from the ship.

Required Qualifications

High School Diploma or equivalent

Minimum 4 Years Work Related Experience

Minimum 2 years specialized experience planning structural repair requirements and planning associated repair execution requirements

Understanding of modifying and repairing a variety of shipboard systems, equipment and their components, associated with specific area of discipline.

Effective oral and written communication

Sound interpersonal skills needed to interface, coordinate with company personnel, customers, and outside contacts, if appropriate

Possess basic computer operations

Possess a valid C Class Driver License

Ability to obtain and maintain a DOD Secret security Clearance

Preferred Qualifications

Prior I-Level Planning qualification and experience

Understand drawings, technical manuals, and configuration data in databases, including Naval Ships Engineering Drawing Repository (NSEDR), Technical Data Management Information System (TDMIS), Configuration Data Managers Database – Open Architecture (CDMD-OA).

Knowledgeable in Navy QA and Planning procedures

Knowledgeable in Navy Quality assurance practices and JFMM chapters relating to I-Level maintenance planning

Pay Range

The pay range for this role is $26.07-$35.00 Hourly. This is a reasonable estimate for this role. Individual salaries are determined by a variety of factors including, but not limited to: business considerations, local market conditions, and internal equity, as well as candidate qualifications, such as skills, education, and experience.

ADA Notations

Require walking, reaching, sitting and concentration in the presence of occasional noise

Ability to move in narrow and restricted passageways, up/down steep and narrow ladders or stairways, and up and down antenna masts/yardarms (onboard ships)

Ability to lift, carry and move objects up to 50 lbs in weight

Office environment, shipboard, waterfront and shops

Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc. and its subsidiaries are proud to be Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veterans.