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52 MARITIME REPORTER & ENGINEERING NEWS ? FEBRUARY 2013 MREmployment metals and alloys. Must also be familiar with ABS & NAVSEA standards. QualiÞ cations: Knowledge with shipboard/trade terminology & no- menclature. Hold welding certiÞ cations, current or expired. Experience Required: Must have at least 2 years of marine or industrial structural/welding experience. Must hold a high school diploma or equivalent.We are an equal employment opportunity employ- er. Please apply directly at: http://paciÞ cmarine- cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=20&company_id=16360&jobboardid=1714 Human Resources PaciÞ c Marine & Supply Co. LTD Honolulu HI 96820 USAEmail: Web: https://paciÞ paciÞ cmarineext/EmploymentListings.html Boatswain/Maintenance Technician Job Location: USA, GalvestonSchedules and performs maintenance and modiÞ ca- tions to small vessel ß eet for the UniversityÕs small vessel program. Full description available on our website: L Camus Texas A&M UNiversity Galveston PO Box 1675Galveston TX 77553 USAPhone: 409-740-4490Email: camusv@tamug.eduWeb: Planner/SchedulerJob Location: USA, Portland, OR Planner/Scheduler - 50459Posted: January 8th | Open Until: February 8th | Loca-tion: Portland, OR About Vigor Marine Vigor Industrial LLC is a thriving West Coast provider of innovative industrial services. Our dynamic opera-tions are united by a focus on quality craftsmanship, respect for each individual, and dedication to the task at hand. Our Company is committed to working in a safe and environmentally-responsible manner. Vigor Marine facilities are currently located in Bremerton, Everett and Tacoma, WA; Portland, OR; and Alameda and San Diego, CA.Vigor Marine is one of seven companies in the Vigor Industrial family. We are a fast paced, highly success- ful ship repair company. With West Coast-wide op- erations, Vigor MarineÕs projects range from voyage repair to complex dry-dockings. Job PurposePosition is responsible for assembling and analyzing project information, and preparing understandable documents, which serve as tools to help coordinate/ manage project tasks and resources at individual project and division levels. Duties(This is not an all inclusive list of the regular job du- ties. Other responsibilities within the accepted job scope will apply.) 1. Review speciÞ cations and contract documents; understand the project work, and the schedule and reporting requirements of the contract. Assume re- sponsibility for assigned areas of responsibility. 2. Lead project team members in planning/schedul- ing process; obtain input and participation in sched- ule development. 3. Solicit input and participation by team subcontrac- tors in planning and scheduling process. Integrate schedules from multiple providers. 4. Identify correct logical relationships, constraints, etc. and propose best schedule methodology for the project. Comply with contract requirements for schedules and reporting. 5. Create and manage all required project schedules, utilizing scheduling software required, including MS Project and Primavera P3 or P6. 6. Participate with Project Management Team (PMT) to create Work Breakdown Structure for projects. 7. Participate with PMT and Estimating to develop budgets and resource loaded schedule activities. Produce labor projections, graphs, and reports. 8. Maintain, manage multiple project schedules. So- licit and input weekly progress updates. 9. Produce schedules and schedule reports as re- quired for both internal management and reporting to external customers. 10. Produce schedule reports in support of customer invoicing. 11. Incorporate scope changes and other changes to project schedules, analyze and report impacts. 12. Communicate with project management team to ensure that scheduling and EVMS efforts are man- aged in accordance with the contract requirements and meet internal reporting and management needs. 13. Works with internal and external resources to re- solve conß icts, problems, and coordinate schedules. 14. Maintain Drydock/Berth schedules and division wide resource loading reports 15. Assist in the development of Technical Proposals JOB SCOPE: Operates within general parameters, but must use sound judgment and independent decision-making when carrying our most job responsibilities. Has the ability to inß uence and recommend modifying exist- ing protocols. No budget responsibility, but does monitor contract and subcontract performance to establish progress and status. Failure to meet cus- tomer expectations and requirements could result in increased costs, affect cash ß ow. Please apply online at Resources Vigor Industrial LLC Email: Daava.Mills@vigorindustrial.comWeb: Shipyard Estimator Job Location: USA, Cleveland, OHGreat Lakes Shipyard is seeking a highly skilled Esti- mator with new construction and repair cost estimat- ing experience.The Estimator will produce cost estimates and pro- duction schedules for New Construction, modiÞ ca- tion and repair projects at the CompanyÕs state- of- the- art facility located on Lake Erie in Cleveland, OH. EASTERN SHIPBUILDING GROUP An aggressive leader in the Marine Industry, located in Panama City, FL Qualications include: >BS in Construction Management or Engineering Technology preferred, plus 3-5 years eld experience in quantity take o and estimating; an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. >Advanced working knowledge of all Microsoft Oce Suite applications (includes Excel and MS Project), AutoCad and Estimating software. >Strong verbal and written communication skills. Eastern oers a competitive salary and benet package within the industry. Qualied applicants only should submit their resume with reference in condence to: Eastern Shipbuilding Group - Human Resources 13300 Allanton Road Panama City, FL 32401 Phone: (850) 522-7411 Fax: (850) 874-0802 EOE/Drug Free Workplace Immediate Opening for: MARINE/SHIPBUILDING ESTIMATOR Class MR Feb2013.indd 52Class MR Feb2013.indd 522/1/2013 2:57:37 PM2/1/2013 2:57:37 PM

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