Home > San Diego jobs > San Diego miscellaneous jobs

Posted: Sunday, January 21, 2018 12:02 AM


Job Description:

AECOM is actively seeking Corrosion Assessors at SWRMC in San Diego, CA and S-CAT Ship Corrosion Assessors at SERMC in Jacksonville, FL.

SWRMC (San Diego, CA) Essential Responsibilities:

• Verify tanks, voids, and spaces are gas free and tagged out for entry prior to entering tank/space for assessment.
• Document the condition of the tank in accordance with G1N5 or G1N6 MRC and CCAMM.
• Document all discrepancies in tanks and ship’s structure by photographing with government equipment in accordance with command photographic and security requirements.
• Enter assessment results in CADET and internal SWRMC Department tracking spreadsheets/matrices.
• Generate required AWR/2-Kilos in CADET.
• Upload photographs into CCIMS using the CCIMS upload utility.
• Provide SURFMEPP, Maintenance Team, and SWRMC Naval Architecture Department photographs and discrepancy reports of spaces and tanks.
• Provide written assessment reports with required supporting documents/recommendations per Branch report format mandated by JFMM.
• Provide engineering solutions with respect to corrosion, coating, and structural coating issues in accordance with CCAMM in condition found by way of ESR or NMD.
• Provide engineering adjudication with respect to corrosion, coating, and structural coating issues in accordance with CCAMM in condition found by way of DFS to SWRMC LTA, CHENG, and NAVSEA TWH. Report shipboard non-conformances regardless of origin. Provide objective evidences per CCAMM or supporting documents as OQE to SWRMC CHENG or NAVSEA TWH as mandated for risk mitigation.
• Provide work status update, charges, daily housekeeping on assigned job, and timekeeping in TAAS-Info.

SERMC (Jacksonville, FL) Essential Responsibilities:

• Conduct U.S. Navy ship corrosion assessments, hull, tanks, and voids. Document results in various Navy maintenance databases
• Conduct assessment of U.S. Navy ship coatings and preservation systems
• Provide technical expertise eDFS documentation.
• Support TSRA and INSURV assessment of U.S. Navy ships’ hull, tanks, and voids; coatings and preservation systems.
• Serve as Subject Matter Expert for preservation system and corrosion assessment.
• Ship Corrosion Assessment Team Member
• Ship Yard Competent Person – understanding of Gas Free requirements.

Job Requirements:
SWRMC (San Diego, CA) Job Requirements:

• At least seven years technical experience with maintenance of shipboard systems or similar and/or Corrosion Assessments
• Excellent communication and analytical skills; working knowledge of computer systems and integrated software application programs
• Position may require travel
• Position requires the ability to pass and maintain a Security Clearance, which requires U.S. citizenship
• This position requires work in tanks and voids of Navy Ships

SERMC (Jacksonville, FL) Job Requirements:

• Must have a minimum of six (6) years of “journeyman level” experience within the last ten (10) years in each and every area (1) through (3) below, unless otherwise specified:
-(1) Independently or leading a team accomplishing formal material condition assessments (Ex. TSRA,
-ICMP, INSURV or similar) of U.S. Navy ship’s systems.
-(2) Communicating the findings of the above troubleshooting/assessments with official reports.
-(3) Use of the following, or similar, workload databases: Microsoft Office products, Navy Maintenance Database (NMD), minimum of read access rights on Electronic Departure From Specifications (eDFS), Navy Ship’s Engineering Drawing Repository (NSEDR) and TAAS-Info.
• Six (6) years of journeyman level experience for every task listed below within the last ten (10) years:
-(a) Assessment and oversight of repairs of U.S. Navy ships' coatings and preservation systems.
-(b) Interpreting US Navy ship engineering drawings relating to ship’s arrangements and preservation systems.
-(c) Demonstrated experience with the use of Corrosion Control Assessment and Maintenance Manual (CCAMM). Note:
six years experience not required for this task.
-(d) Certification card from the NACE-International Shipboard Corrosion Assessment Training (S-CAT) course. NACE is the National Association of Corrosion Engineers.
• Possess a current Secret Security Clearance
• Possess recent Ship Yard Competent Person certification
• Capable of obtaining a Common Access Card


Contact Person: Summer Mooney
Email Address:
Phone: 7574068411

• Location: San Diego, San Diego, CA

• Post ID: 35040977 sandiego is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider. © 2018