Work Control Analyst I
Duration: 8 months / Contract
Work Location Zip Code: Newport News, VA. 23607
Clearance Type: None
Hours: 7:30 - 4:00
Responsibilities: Required to apply well thought out
work control principles and methods to analyze and
resolve moderately complex work control and tagout
problems relating to the development and conduct of the
non-nuclear work and test program, acquired through a
Bachelor s degree in Engineering Mechanical, Electrical,
Civil, etc., or the equivalent in specialized education,
training and experience gained through relevant US Navy
service or shipbuilding experience.
Electrical, Civil, etc. or the equivalent in specialized
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering Mechanical,
education, training and experience gained through
relevant US Navy service or shipbuilding experience.
testing of non-nuclear ship s systems and related
- A candidate should be familiar with the operation and
systems, interfaces with nuclear systems, etc., acquired
through a minimum of 3 years of related shipbuilding or
naval training and experience.
presentation skills. The job requires frequent contact
- A candidate must have effective communications and
with all levels of personnel within the Company, as well
as Ship s Force personnel and Supship representatives.
independent decision making in the development and
- An incumbent provides technical expertise and
conduct of the work control and tagout plans and
documents; applying thought out planning, technical
principles, and methods.
execution of Navy Work Authorization Forms WAF, Work
- Develops, reviews, and revises as required the
Permits, and safety tagout documents and specifications
to support efficient work execution.
tagout processes and ship s systems i.e. trained on
- Ensure training/qualification on all work control and
various assigned ship systems is obtained and
tagouts for the assigned ship systems or other
- Approves issuance of WAFs, Work Permits, and safety
Engineering products IR s, Work packages, drawings, and
- Develops the detailed work permits by reviewing
production schedules and Work Control Analyst II plans.
Directs work control technicians to develop work permits
based on these products. Develops the WAFs and safety
tagouts based on one or more work permits for an
efficient work control and safety tagout execution.
required for setting appropriate conditions to affect
- Direct and approve some ship s system operations
safe work boundaries. Provide technical direction to
production trades and test activities to ensure
personnel, environment and equipment safety.
Engineers, and Operations Supervisors to provide work
- Work directly with Work Control Analyst II, Test
control and tagout support and actions in support of
shipboard area/system work and test schedules and
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Job Code : BHJOB3479_583419