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Employment ment preferred. growing this important pro? t and service center and

Director, New Construction

Harley Marine Services Inc. • Ability to work with others using courtesy, tact, and are looking for a proven, motivated leader to join our

Full Time , Senior Management / Corporate Of? cer good judgment. team and run this important division under the direc-

Category: Project Engineering / Project Management • Maintain the con? dentiality of all sensitive commu- tion of the owner.

Job Location: 910 SW Spokane St Seattle, WA, 98134 nications. This is an excellent opportunity to manage and devel-

USA • Ability to understand and execute complex oral and op people, processes and our external customer base.

Email: [email protected] written instructions. The Division Manager is responsible for the successful

Job Title: Director, Vessel Construction • Ability to work independently with minimal or no management of Bay Marine and Fabrication’s marine

Department/Location: Engineering - Seattle, WA guidance. and industrial shops’ operations, including engineer-

FLSA Status: Exempt • Must be physically ? t enough to board barges and ing, customer service, personnel, shop and admin-

Type: Full Time tugs at sea and in port. istrative procedures, quality control, equipment, fa-

Reports to: Vice President of Engineering • Must be able to read, speak, write, type, and under- cilities, risk management and pro? tability. The core

Please apply at: https://seattle-harleymarine.icims. stand English in person and over the telephone. competencies required for success in this position com/jobs/1272/director%2c-vessel-construction/job • Valid State drivers’ license. include the mental capacity to innovate, develop and

POSITION SUMMARY • Use of Computer (MS Of? ce Suite), Copier and Fax drive high performance; the communication strength

Provide oversight and guidance for all HMS vessel Machine. to build relationships, proactively resolve problems construction and major overhaul/re? t projects. Co- WORKING ENVIRONMENT and CONDITIONS and articulate concepts, plans and directives orally ordinate and review the development of all drawings • Capable of making decisions and giving directions to and in writing; the capacity to lead, motivate, coach and speci? cations for vessel construction/major over- facilitate prompt service delivery. and develop subordinates and collaborate effectively haul. Solicit and review bids for engineering design • Typically work in of? ce environment with frequent with others throughout the organization; strong or- and vessel construction. Make recommendations travel/work in shipyard environment. ganizational skills, including the ability to thoroughly for contractor selection. Manage all on going vessel EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK and effectively de? ne, prioritize, direct and assign all construction projects; work closely with shipyard to • Normal of? ce hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon- functional elements including staff, procedures, facili- maintain budget and schedule performance. Review day through Friday. ties and equipment. and approve all change orders. Collaborate with HMS Division Management responsibilities include but

Legal for review and approval of all contracts related are not limited to the following:

Division Manager, Industrial/Maritime to vessel construction. Manage and supervise Con- • Customer Service, including managing administra-

Bay Ship and Yacht tract Administrator, Manager of Tug Construction, and Salary: $ 110,000 , Full Time , General / Operations tive procedures to ensure that customers always re-

Manager of Barge Construction. Manager ceive a quick response to inquiries or work orders,

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Category: Corporate / Senior Management ensuring that delivery of products and services al- • Provide oversight and guidance for all HMS vessel Skills: Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in Me- ways achieves the mission statement and providing construction and major overhaul/re? t projects. chanical Engineering, Structural Engineering, or Busi- for continual development of the Division customer • Coordinate and review the development of all draw- ness Administration, or equivalent experience, are base and work volume.

ings and speci? cations for vessel construction/major preferred. Solid management and leadership as well • Operations Management, including developing and overhaul. as responsibility for a pro? t/loss center would be a effectively managing production and quality control • Solicit and review bids for engineering design and plus. Industry experience in structural or mechanical procedures to minimize cost and optimize quality, ef- vessel construction. Make recommendations for con- engineering, construction, manufacturing, oil & gas, fectively providing and/or managing shop engineer- tractor selection. utilities, defense, transportation, or marine services ing services and developing and maintaining facilities • Manage all on going vessel construction proj- would be helpful. Prior military leadership and logis- and equipment in appropriate condition and optimum ects; work closely with shipyard to maintain budget tics training would be a plus. Experience with trades serviceability.

and schedule performance. Review and approve all related to industrial and ship repair industries, i.e., • Financial Management, including routinely monitor- change orders. foundries, fabricating, machine shops, welding and/ ing Division revenue, cost & pro? tability, making ad- • Collaborate with HMS Legal for review and approval or industrial painting are preferred. Excellent written justments to ensure that year-end division ? nancials of all contracts related to vessel construction. and verbal communication skills as well as good com- meet pro? tability objectives and developing and sub- • Coordinate with Operations and Safety for out? tting puter skills with MS Word and Excel are needed. mitting annual division overhead budgets. Addition- and delivery of vessels. Description: ally, responsibilities include managing overhead costs • Manage the warranty program. Bay Machine and Fabrication is a full service industrial to achieve annual budget estimates and managing Di- • Perform related duties as assigned. company located on the waterfront of San Francisco vision contracts to minimize company ? nancial risk.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bay with service shops that support sandblasting and • Personnel Management, effectively managing shops’ • Experience managing vessel construction projects. painting operations, pipe? tting, precision machining, staff, including recruitment, training and develop- • 15 years of increasingly responsible vessel con- metal fabrication and repair. Our fully equipped shops ment. Ensuring that annual reviews are accomplished struction experience in the maritime industry. are staffed with quali? ed, technically trained crafts- effectively and on time, managing grievances, disci- • Bachelor’s Degree in Naval Architecture/Marine En- men and an in-house engineering department. We are pline and personnel issues effectively and ensuring gineering or other Maritime engineering ? eld. also able to provide full services on customer sites. strict compliance of all shops’ personnel with com- • Ability to obtain TWIC card. In addition to servicing the needs of Bay Ship and pany and regulatory body safety and environmental • Knowledge of oil transportation and marine industry Yacht, we serve customers across a wide spectrum rules.

preferred. of industries, including construction, manufactur- • Knowledge of tugs and barge systems and equip- ing, transportation, high tech and re? neries. We are


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