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kSARIA is currently seeking an experienced Field Services Manager for its Jacksonville, FL based field office in support of US NAVY ship repair, maintenance and modernization projects. The successful candidate will be kSARIAs primary on:site interface with the customer responsible for the project management of multiple projects with full accountability and responsibility for on:time and on:budget completion of projects. Excellent communications skills, written and verbal, are a must for this position. A minimum of 10 years of previous project management experience in ship repair, maintenance and modernization of US Navy ships along with a proven track record for successful completion of projects is required.

Responsibilities include the following:

Plan, coordinate and manage a large number of employees across multiple projects for the on:time and on:budget successful completion of projects

Review project SOW, drawings and all technical project documents to ensure a clear understanding of work scope and proposal documents

Ensure projects are appropriately staffed for meeting project requirements

Identify, assess and analyze any potential project risks and develop effective risk mitigation plans to eliminate or minimize risk

Develop comprehensive project Plan of Action and Milestones (POA and M) schedules based on customers overall project schedule and milestones requirements

Actively monitor and inspect project teams job progress to ensure compliance with all schedule, quality and safety requirements

Provide upper management with weekly project status updates and estimates to complete using project POA and M

Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with customers and government representatives through clear and concise communication of project status and project issues that have the potential to negatively impact schedule and cost

Ensure that changes in work scope and all identified project issues with the potential of negatively impacting schedule and cost are properly documented via Condition Found Reports (CFRs) and submitted in a timely manner for customer and government inputs

Work closely with the estimation department to review RFPs and change order requests for the determination of material and labor requirements for the development of cost estimates

Work closely with kSARIAs QA Manager to develop Job Hazard Analyses (JHAs) and communicate all potential job hazards to project personnel to assure the highest level of safety is maintained throughout the project

Position Requirements

Minimum 10 years of previous project management experience in ship repair, maintenance and modernization of US Navy ships along with a proven track record for successful completion of projects

Working knowledge of US NAVY ships radar, communications, navigational and combat systems interconnectivity and cable plant installation and process requirements

Must be willing to travel, coordinate and manage out:of:state ship repair, maintenance and modernization projects as the need arises

Must be able to work weekends and off shift hours as necessary to ensure project schedule completion requirements

Must be able to obtain and maintain SECRET clearance security and RAPIDGate


Bachelors Degree in Engineering or a technical discipline associated with ship repair, maintenance and modernization

Company Description:/h3:
kSARIA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company is fast growing company specializing in the design, manufacture and installation of fiber optic and copper interconnect solutions for Military and Aerospace applications. Its products are strongly supported by the US Navy and are currently supplied to a


• Location: Jacksonville

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