Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/14/2022 12:44 PM)
Requisition #
Security Clearance
Full Time
Portal Location : Location


Program Manager support for Commander Navy Regional Maintenance Center (CNRMC), facilitating and coordinating NAVSEA 21 and CNRMC oversight required for Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center (SRF-JRMC) and Ship Repair Unit Detachment (SRU-Det) – Singapore. Specific tasks and requirements include:


SRF-JRMC Operating Instruction Implementation and Oversight Support:

Direct support for the CNRMC Program Manager responsible for coordinating the SEA21/CNRMC and NAVSEA 04 oversight responsibilities of SRF-JRMC in accordance with NAVSEA Operating Instructions of the United States Naval Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center. As tasked by COMPACFLT, this instruction provides the framework for the operation of SFR-JRMC under NAVSEA Operational Control. Per the instruction, CNRMC and NAVSEA 04 are assigned areas of responsibility for the operation of SRF-JRMC. As the primary support for the NAVSEA lead for implementation and oversight of this instruction, this position provides senior leadership within CNRMC and NAVSEA 04, with guidance on scope and responsibility for Administrative functions, per CPF direction.

SRF-JRMC Command Program Reviews:

Participate in SRF-JRMC Program Reviews, for both Yokosuka and Sasebo, providing independent oversight, assessment and findings of Shipyard Planning and executing of Aircraft Carrier and Surface Ship Availabilities.  This task also coordinates joint efforts of both CNRMC and ensuring a focused and joint effort by all participating commands. Position’s goal is to provide positive feedback to SRF-JRMC and to assist with developing leaders within the NAVSEA Review team by total dissemination of data and clearly articulating the results.

CNRMC SRF-JRMC Corporate Balance Command Program:

CNRMC SRF-JRMC primary support, coordinating with NAVSEA 04X, responsible for facilitating communications and interaction with SRF-JRMC , monitoring of SRF-JRMC performance, de-confliction of instances of policy and process duplicity within NAVSEA, and ensure adequate oversight and support is provided.  Specific tasks include Facilitation of the monthly Command Executability Review, the monthly business and financial brief, and the monthly Workload Allocation and Resource Report (WARR). 

Management Oversight and Support of SRF-JRMC Operations:

Primary CNRMC support, working jointly with NAVSEA 04X, in assuring management oversight and support for all SRF-JRMC Operations. Serve as the principal support for the review and support for SRF-JRMC’s annual strategic plan. Coordinate with NAVSEA 04X and CPF to establish, issue, review, and provide feedback on Annual Execution Year guidance signed out by COMNAVSEA for the Aircraft Carrier and Surface Ship enterprises. Review and provide feedback on the annual workload agreement approved by CPF N43 and ensure ship maintenance workload priorities and schedules are consistent with current practices and CNO policy with coordination with NAVSEA 04X regarding Aircraft Carrier maintenance.

 SRF-JRMC Availability Performance Metrics:

CNRMC principal support, working jointly with NAVSEA 04X, in defining, reviewing, and providing management oversight support for all SRF-JRMC CNO availabilities and other such continuous maintenance events. The goal is to clearly establish all required metrics or performance measurements for both aircraft carrier and surface ship availabilities ensuring minimal duplication. CNRMC primary support in participating in the weekly briefings of availability status and health for both Advance Planning and Execution efforts.  Ensure NAVSEA Leadership is aware of any issues and coordination of required support.  

C2 Transition of SRF-JRMC from SEA 04 to CNRMC:

Primary support for CNRMC, working with NAVSEA 04X1 for the CNRMC Working Group tasked with determining the requirements and actions for the transition of C2 oversight of SRF-JRMC to CNRMC.  A timeline or POAM for this transition is being developed.  Due to the shipyard specific requirements for operation of SRF-JRMC, Yokosuka and Sasebo Det, SEA 04X oversight support for CNRMC is expected.

C2 Transition of SRU Det Singapore from Commander Pacific Fleet (CPF)/ Commander Logistics Forces Western Pacific (COMLOGWESTPAC) to CNRMC:

Primary support for CNRMC, working with CPF N43, COMLOGWESTPAC and SRF-JRMC on the CNRMC Working Group tasked with determining the requirements and actions for the transition of C2 oversight of SRU-Det Singapore from CPF/CLWP to a Detachment of SRF-JRMC under CNRMC oversight.  A timeline or POAM for this transition is being developed. 


Additional Position Requirements:


Manpower and Personnel Administration - This position will advise CNRMC on recommendations for budgeting on future CNRMC staff manpower requirements to provide ongoing Immediate Senior In Command (ISIC) oversight responsibilities pertaining to SRF-JRMC and SRU-Det Singapore. 


Program Management and Budgeting - Program Management skills including a high degree of Navy managerial experience, program organization and administration is required. Demonstrated experience with cost, schedule, performance reporting, contract activities, logistics, budget and personnel management pertaining to ship, Aircraft Carrier, ship system or weapons systems is required.  As primary support for CNRMC providing expertise and recommendations needed to validate and approve SRF-JRMC budget inputs, including supporting justification, this position requires an in-depth working knowledge of the program planning, budgeting, and execution (PPBE) process. This includes processes requiring effective Program Objective Memoranda (POM) submissions supporting budget inputs.


Communications - This position will provide primary support to CNRMC to manage SRF-JRMC program requirements which will include Congressional, State Department, Government of Japan, Department of Defense, and Navy interest. Proven communications skills, ability to work with Senior Leadership in these activities, and ability to provide clear, concise briefings and reports is required. This position will require ability to draft and brief Requests for Information (RFIs) and provide draft responses to Congressional, other senior Government and DoD/Navy inquiries and data calls. This position will be required to facilitate and coordinate several groups or teams consisting of government and contractor personnel. 


Remote Work: Remote candidates will be considered if desired work location is other than C7F AOR at SRF-JRMC.  Remote (CONUS) candidates must be willing to work night shift hours and weekend hours as needed to support meetings, deliverables, and other routine daily functions during the SRF-JRMC work days/hours. 


Required minimum skills and knowledge:

  • Master's Degree with a minimum of 20+ years of experience 
  • SECRET clearance or ability to obtain SECRET clearance required
  • Deep working knowledge of SRF-JRMC Yokosuka, Japan operations required - minimum of 10 years working in SRF-JRMC Yokosuka and the C7F AOR required
  • Minimum 5 years of NAVSEA Naval Shipyard/Supervisor of Shipbuilding Experience


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