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MSCEURAF ENGINEERING SUPPORT

POSITION TITLE: MSCEURAF Ship Support Unit (SSU) Engineering Support, Assistant Port Engineer

MISSION: 54892/MSC/SHIPYARD/USNS TRENTON (Dry Dock)

POINT OF CONTACT:  SSOF EURAF Operations Officer – LT Cristina Fernandez-O'Toole, cristina.fernandez@eu.navy.mil +39-081-568-3861

SUPPORTED COMMAND: Military Sealift Command, EURAF, Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy

LOCATION:  Contact POC for details

GRADE/DESIGNATOR: O-3 TO O-4, 1665

NUMBER REQUESTED:  See below

DATES:  02/10/2020 – 3/17/2020 (1 reservist)

Start Date (Travel Start): 10FEB20 (08FEB20)

CLEARANCE REQUIRED: Secret

TYPE OF ORDERS: ADT

POSITION DESCRIPTION:  Assistant Port Engineer during vessel dry dock. Dates/locations subject to schedule changes.  Report to Principal Port Engineer; responsible for oversight on various work items, engineering troubleshooting, administrative duties, budget monitoring, weekly progress reporting.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS DESIRED:  Applicants should be a qualified sailing merchant mariner holding at least a USCG 2nd Mate/Assistant Engineer's license, working in a shore side operations role, or current port engineer.  Applicant should possess knowledge on MSC practices and command structure. MSC experience highly preferred, but not required. Prior dry-dock, and EPF experience preferred.

ADDITIONAL REMARKS:  ADT will be performed within U.S. Sixth Fleet. Duty will include working weekends; variances will be at PPE/Supervisor’s discretion and approval from MSCEURAF Leadership. Applicant/s will be expected to give turnover to relief upon arrival.

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant should become familiar with MSC SOM and command structure.

UNIFORM:  NWU Type III; coveralls/work clothing and PPE

US PASSPORT:  Required

Applications are due ASAP.

Contact the POC via email, indicating this ADT. Attach your sanitized RESUME, Navy Biography (including photo), verify you have an Active NMCI account, last three (3) FITREPs and provide the following: Position Title: Mission:

Name: Rank: Contact phone number: Civilian Email: Navy email active status (Y/N): Navy email:

MMC held: MMC Expiration: MMC STCW Expiration (only look at STCW date): - Link to verify: https://www.dco.uscg.mil/national_maritime_center/ - OR Reference hard copy license

Sailing (Y/N):

Current Civilian Employer: Civilian Job Title:

Dental Exam Expiration Date (Due 1 yr after last exam): - Link to verify: https://www.bol.navy.mil/ - Click on “IMR – Individual Medical Readiness” Tab

PHA Expiration Date (Due 1 yr after last exam): - Link to verify: https://www.bol.navy.mil/ - Click on “IMR – Individual Medical Readiness” Tab

HIV Blood Draw Expiration (Due 2 yrs after last screening): - Link to verify: https://www.bol.navy.mil/ - Click on “IMR – Individual Medical Readiness” Tab

Flu Shot Expiration (due Sep 1 each year): - Link to verify: https://www.bol.navy.mil/ - Click on “IMR – Individual Medical Readiness” Tab

PFA Completion date – (FY requirement) (Y/N): (most recent) - Link to verify: https://www.bol.navy.mil/ - Click on “PRIMS” then “Member”

Unpaid Orders/ Travel Claim outstanding (Y/N):

Dependency Data verification date (RED/DA) (must be updated yearly): - Link to verify: https://nsipsprod-sdni.nmci.navy.mil/nsipsclo/jsp/index.jsp - After logging in, click on “RED/DA”, then again, then select applicable option

Civilian Employment Information verification date (NSIPS) (must be updated yearly): - Link to verify: https://nsipsprod-sdni.nmci.navy.mil/nsipsclo/jsp/index.jsp - Click on “Main Menu” then “Employee Self Service” then “Electronic Service Record” then “Tasks” then “Civilian Employer Information”

FY20 ADTs already completed or applications in progress (Y/N, if yes specify opportunity and AOR Ops Officer):

All readiness items that are out of date must also have the planned date of completion (date of IDT (if needed) scheduled in NSIPS). Without this, an ADT slot/funding cannot be set aside.

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