Position Summary: Performs a variety of moderately complex software and/or hardware engineering activities of an analysis, design, or test nature. Plans, conducts, and may supervise research, development, or installation of products and systems in conformance with engineering design and customer specification. Duties and Responsibilities: Duties and Responsibilities: -- Monitor depot level availability schedule changes. -- Assist in depot level availability schedule extension message development. -- Document and maintain root cause data for depot level availability schedule extensions. -- Develop, monitor, and maintain depot level availability planning milestones. -- Schedule and monitor execution of shipboard events including, but not limited to Total Ship Readiness Assessment visits, Continuous Maintenance Availabilities, Maintenance Windows of Opportunity, and Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV) material inspections. -- Monitor surface ship maintenance funding controls and maintenance requirements during the depot level planning process. -- Assist in the development of reports or naval messages in support of the Type Desk Officer with stakeholder communications and management during the depot level planning process. -- Track the screening, brokering, and planning and accomplishment status of Mandatory Technical Requirements (MTR) as listed in the Baseline Availability Work Package (BAWP); Liaisons with Port Engineer on all maintenance recommendations and screening of work in VSB; Review and develop reply to NAVSEA 21 and SURFMEPP on TYCON CNO availability deferrals and any deferral from the BAWP impacting the existing FRP. -- Develop the Availability Work Package (AWP), in coordination with the Port Engineer and Ship Maintenance Team to assure appropriate balanced life cycle and corrective maintenance. Responsible for capturing the requirements due in the Fleet Response Plan (FRP). -- Track, analyze and report execution of BAWPs from a wide variety of internal and external entities (including TYCOM, NAVSEA, SURFMEPP, RMC and others) to coordinate the BAWP process. -- Participate in IPTD and conferences at, A-540, A-410, A-360, A-240 and A-120 and availability closeout reviewing the status of Class Maintenance Plan (CMP) items, modernization planning/execution, CASREPs, Departure from Specifications (DFS), Temporary Standing Orders (TSOs), Long Lead Time Material (LLTM) and general repair jobs. -- Interface with SURFMEPP, Fleet and SEA 21. -- Develop risk assessments for availabilities and identify possible mitigation plans. -- Submit all Availability Work Packages (AWPs) and deferral requests to Type Desk Officer (TDO) for approval prior to promulgation via Lock Letter. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: -- Typically requires bachelor‘s degree or equivalent and at least five to seven years of related experience; educational requirements may be substituted for fifteen (15) years of relevant experience. -- Current Secret Clearance -- Proficient in Microsoft Office programs and other database and maintenance management tools. -- Working knowledge of fleet maintenance procedures associated with Navy directives, including the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM). -- Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work independently with attention to detail.