Douglas C

Navy - 20 Years of Experience - Near 23456




Virginia Beach, VA

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PROFILE Superior Program Manager with extensive Government Contract, Navy and Commercial Ship Management and Repair experience, Contract Proposal Development & Business Management. Currently Manages the technical and day to day operations and maintenance of 8 MPF T-AKR 310 Class LMSR's and seven port engineers in FOS under MSC PM-3. Expert Naval Maintenance Manager & General and Program Manager with extensive experience managing complex commercial engineering plants, container vessels, US Navy Ships & Submarines, Special Warfare Submersible Manned Vehicles, and USNS (MSC) Navy Fleet assets. Directly maintained management control (financial/business planning, staffing and scheduling) systems for moderately-complex contracts, programs, projects, and tasks to determine and maintain the most cost effective method of accomplishing work, identifying and mitigating risk, and providing optimal customer service. Contracts ranged in value from $5 to $20 million, in the US Navy and the Military Sea Lift (MSC), and commercial arenas. Provided contract and repair technical proposal development writing and coordination for Diesel Engine repair and maintenance including all pricing for DOD/DON and Commercial Shipyards. Developed IDIQ contract proposals for follow on use after warranty expiration for Government customers. Coordinated all proposal efforts and liasoned with every level of the company from President and COO, CFO, HR, Travel, compliance down through the materials department. Authored a complete and comprehensive End to End (E2E) strategy of proposal development that ensured all aspects of quotes and proposals were vetted through all stake holders for technical accuracy, completeness and deliverability. Served as gatekeeper and final editor for all technical proposals in the E2E Process. Superior Program Manager within 30 days of task order, my team executed multiple A-360 BAWP to AWP turnovers from SEA 21 SURFMEPP a task three other teams had previously failed to carry out. * Team Leader of newly formed Surface Team One (ST1), modeled after Submarine and Carrier Teams. Coordinated all aspects of Naval Maintenance Teams, including interface with all stakeholders: PM, SBS, PE, CNRMC, PMR, SEA 21, SEA 05 and IPTD events, to include all written and technical documentation. * Coordinated TYCOM and RMC-NSSA ship dry-dockings and overhauls for combatant and amphibious ships undergoing CNO Availabilities, from initial planning through execution at three separate MSMO Contractor shipyard facilities (BAE, General Dynamics, Norfolk and MHI). Currently maintain U.S. Clearance (Renewed 6/14) * Engineering Program Manager experienced in commercial, government and military programs. Developed innovative technical solutions to Complex technical problems. Installed modifications and developed & supervised major overhauls consistently completed projects managed ahead of schedule and under budget. * Maximized operational budgets for 11 strategic business units comprising $22 mil in annual expenditures. Responsible for P&L of all SBU's. Saved over $4 mil through the implementation of innovative cost saving initiatives. * Excellent communicator resulted in the rapid reflag of 14 foreign flag Ships into US Flag from foreign registry under adverse conditions working with multiple nations. Areas of proficiency include, but are not limited to: Program Management Steam, Gas Turbine and Diesel Propulsion Maintenance & Operations Engineering Repair: Surface & Submarine (Naval & Commercial) Complex Engineering and Ship board Modernization & MSC Transportation Alteration (T/ALTS) Program Management (Commercial & DOD) Ship Superintendent & Port Engineering Maintenance Management (DOD, Commercial, & Gov't Shipping) Business cost analysis and contractor service quotes and proposals Occupational Safety and Health Management Engineering Plant Operations Hazard/Risk Analysis & Safety Management Accident/Mishap Investigations Commercial & DOD Ship Repair & Ship Management Labor Relations Union and Non-Union Budgeting & Cost Control Training & Presentations Technical Manager US Government Ship Management Patriot Contract Services April 2014 - Present * Manage the overall conduct of, and compliance with Military Sea Lift Command, PM3, US Government contract vessel operations for 8 Watson Class Large Medium Ship Roll on Roll Off (LMSR). Maintained $20M budget and staffing for eight complete crews. * Oversee the review of all technical proposals for large scale project development. * Manage in excess of 200 personnel in the day to day operations and all repair, maintenance and modernization activities of multiple Classes of USNS Vessels. * Accountable to US Government and Company Senior Management for ship material readiness, ABS Classification, USCG compliance and overall cost control and budgetary compliance.