The Field Engineer Senior will be responsible for the monitoring
and documenting of all actions related to maintenance management
for the Special Boat Team (SBT). This includes day to day
communication with internal and external stakeholders to ensure
that the requirements to keep the craft operational are in place.
The role will participate in and/or monitor all maintenance and
repair activity availability requirements to include; configuration
audits results; ECP/NECP installation tracking; obsolete part
notifications, updated part replacement information, and warranty
support for all craft equipment and systems. The role of the Field
Engineer Senior will perform other duties as assigned to support
the N9 Engineering Department Head with maintenance of the SBT's
facilities, craft, prime movers, trailers and associated
subsystems, accessories and support equipment. These other duties
could include but are not limited to the following; item
inventories, performing market surveys, repair parts and POL
research, HAZMAT certification, escorting third parties on-site
conducting actions supporting maintenance activities. The Field
Engineer Senior reports directly to the Maritime Sustainment Field
Engineer Manager and supports the daily activities required by the
SBT N9 Engineering Department Head and or his/her deputy.
Works under only general direction. Independently determines and
develops approach to solutions. Completed work is reviewed from a
relatively long-range perspective, for desired results.
Participates in weekly, monthly and seasonal planning activities,
will support the SBT personnel with SSAVIE utilization and be the
onsite subject matter expert on SSAVIE. Utilizes developed
checklists and metrics. Produces performance reporting and analyzes
trends to mitigate impacts to craft availability.
Decisions made impact the operational relationships with
internal SOCOM partners and external partners and vendors. Guides
the successful completion of major programs/projects and may
function in a project leadership role. Decisions made may affect
other site personnel, the financial posture of the detachment and
the sites ability to perform required tasks.
Applies technical and operational expertise and has knowledge of
the other related disciplines. Viewed as the unit Subject Matter
Expert for configuration maintenance, documenting maintenance
availabilities, support equipment requirements, detachment
deployment requirements and operational maintenance requirements.
Serves as the organization's primary maintenance support for
tracking of all matters concerning configuration of combatant
Accountable for providing support and continuity communications
with Blue Grass Station (BGS) reporting on all craft in
"availability", "groom", "yard period" and or "overhaul" in their
respective localities, anticipate frequent trips to vendor's
facility(s) when craft are present. Identifies opportunities for
cost reduction and recommends requirement for maintenance contract
negotiations based off previous efforts.
Familiarity with CCM, CCA, CCH and SOCR craft maintenance
availability requirements both short term and long range
Familiarity with NSW craft, support equipment requirements and
operational maintenance requirements
Familiarity with SSAVIE database and SOFSA part procurement
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively to senior
management, peers, and team members Ability to obtain an interim
Secret DoD Security clearance prior to starting this position.
Obtaining a Security Clearance requires US Citizenship
Ability to travel to all 50 US States and Territories
Other duties as assigned