Current Openings
 
Craft Positions - All facilities currently have Shipyard Craft Positions available.
 
 
Director of Estimating - BS degree or equivalent training or work experience plus 10 years of experience as a Marine Estimator preferred. Considerable knowledge in all phases of construction. Comprehensive knowledge of practices and procedures for developing, preparing and forecasting cost estimates. Ability to work from blueprints and specifications. Ability to communicate cost savings methods of utilizing labor and materials for proposed projects. Ability to analyze and interpret contracts, specifications and regulatory requirements.
 
Marine Estimator - BS degree or equivalent training and work experience plus a minimum of 3 years experience as a Material and Marine Estimator. Must possess knowledge of marine construction. Comprehensive knowledge of practices and procedures for developing, preparing and forecasting cost estimates. Ability to work from blueprints and specifications, as well as, applying ways to cut cost and identify methods of saving cost by utilizing labor and materials for proposed projects.
 
3D Structural/Hull FDN Modeler Designer - Five (5+) plus years Ship Constructor Structural/Hull foundation design experience, plus strong AutoCAD skills. Prefer marine experience on commercial vessels. Structural/Hull aptitude and system knowledge required. Familiar with regulatory body requirements. Good knowledge and experience of design principles and drafting techniques. Knowledge of shipbuilding manufacturing processes.
 
Dock Master - Must be a certified Dry Dock Master with 5 to 10 years experience to operate and manage its floating dry dock. Responsible for the technical work in docking, rigging, hauling and undocking vessels, tugs, and barges, as well as, maintaining the integrity of the dry dock. Must be experienced in vessel docking plans and arrangements, alignment, and setting of docking support blocks. Considerable knowledge and experience in vessel structure, stress points, load factors, cradle positioning and dock support blocking. Must have knowledge in stability calculations and docking plan development. Familiar with ballast control console operation, tank level control monitoring and trim/heel transfer. Knowledge of environmental regulations, as well as, USCG regulations and safety requirements. Ensures safe operation of dry dock and safety deck margins are maintained. Able to plan, organize, manage and communicate well with others. Overall knowledge of ships is essential.
 
Program Manager - Considerable knowledge in all phases of vessel fabrication. Considerable knowledge of contract administration and regulatory policies and practices. Considerable knowledge of company policies, procedures and practices or the ability to acquire it quickly. Ability to establish and meet goals and to lead and function on a team effectively with all employee levels. New build experience i.e. Tugs, ATBs, Barges, United States Government experience a plus
 
Security Officer (Armed) - Possess at a minimum, either a US High School diploma or a GED equivalency certificate. Education obtained outside the U.S. must be officially evaluated to determine if it is equivalent to a US diploma. Speak English fluently, read and comprehend written English, and compose coherent written reports in English. Experience with Post Orders and Incident Report writing. Be able to work with a computer. Ability to obtain a Security Guard Permit to carry a weapon. Must meet at least one of the following experience/education requirements: 3 yrs security experience within the past five yrs; or have an associate's degree in related field & a minimum of one yr. experience; or successful completion of a state certified Police Officer's Standard Training (POST) course & 1 yr. experience. Must be able to obtain a DoD security clearance in accordance with FAR 52.204.-2. Must be able to withstand the demands and physical conditions of a shipyard or outdoor manufacturing environment including climbing heights and shipboard spaces, must have the ability to walk for extended periods of time and maintain a disposition of constant awareness, be capable of responding to emergencies and requires presence in an industrial manufacturing area with necessary use of OSHA and ANSI certified PPE. Assist with implementing access control and safety requirements. Maintain in/out log of sub-contractors, vendors and visitors, as required. Conduct security patrols as directed. Maintain positive control over vehicle & pedestrian gates. Assist with maintaining traffic flow in production parking lot. Patrol production parking lot on routine basis. Pass medical examination and drug screening; complete all required training; pass all required examination(s).
 
Pipe Superintendent - Considerable knowledge of shipbuilding processes and industry standards regulations. Ability to supervise and to interface effectively with customers, management, and employees in all areas within the division. Supervise foremen and monitor production daily. Advise if additional material, equipment or manpower is required to ensure an orderly workflow is achieved. Coordinates work assignments. Must have high school education or GED equivalent. Must have previous supervisory experience and have considerable knowledge of manufacturing operations. Must be able to read blueprints and have pipe knowledge. Must have ability to plan cost effective work procedures compatible with quality requirements. Ability to communicate, instruct, build and direct a production team
 
Sub Contract Manager -
Education, Experience, Skills & Abilities
Extensive experience in preparing and negotiating bid packages. Working knowledge of INCOTERMS and US Government FAR and DFAR Regulations. Experience implementing and administering CRISR systems. Strong communication skills. College Degree or equivalent combination of education, experience and training which results in the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience. Must have an added emphasis on major joiner and ventilation subcontracts. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suites.
Duties & Responsibilities
Negotiate, administer and manage complex subcontractors and high value procurements within price, schedule and performance standards. Assist management in identifying, evaluating and selecting potential suppliers/partners. Obtains material estimates and evaluates cost proposals. Work closely with Purchasing Department to define and implement procurement strategies. Perform subcontract management and performance monitoring. Administer and manage subcontracts from the pre-proposal phase through to production and close out phase. Coordinate with subcontracts and internal program management /engineering personnel. Monitor costs, schedule and technical status of projects and recommend/implement corrective action as required. Prepare subcontract documents and amendments in accordance with appropriate company requirements. Including terms and conditions, statements of work, specifications, data requirements and special previsions as required. Identify and support continuous improvement initiatives.
 
Cost Accounting Manager -
Education, Experience, Skills & Abilities
Completion of four years of college level coursework with an emphasis in accounting and five years of cost accounting experience or any combination of experience and training, which results in the required knowledge, skills and abilities. CPA, CMA or MBA certification preferred.
Duties & Responsibilities
The Cost Accounting Manager is responsible all cost accounting, forecasting and budgeting functions for the company. These duties include the preparation and presentation of all costs by project in POC process and calculates BIE/CIE entries. Develop yard overhead rates, preparation of year to date financial statements, sales and tax reports. Quarterly and monthly financial reports for timely and effective reporting. Assist with development of forward pricing rates, prepares A/R invoices and reconciliation, correspondent for DCAA audits and reporting. Tax reporting.
 
Program Manager -
Education, Experience, Skills & Abilities
College degree or equivalent college level course study in Production Management or Engineering or any equivalent combination of experience and training which results in the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Considerable to extensive experience managing/supervising Administrative and Production areas.
Duties & Responsibilities
Considerable knowledge in all phases of vessel fabrication. Considerable knowledge of contract administration and Regulatory policies and practices. Considerable knowledge of Company policies, procedures, and practices or the ability to acquire it quickly. Ability to establish and meet goals, and to lead and function on a team effectively with all employee levels. New build experience i.e. Tugs, ATB's, Barges. United States Government experience a plus.
 
Controller -
Education, Experience, Skills & Abilities
BA in Accounting with major emphasis in accounting and extensive cost accounting experience combined with supervisory exposure. Comprehensive knowledge of accounting theory and practices and computerized accounting systems is required. Prefer CPA or currently studying for exam.
Duties & Responsibilities
Selects, assigns, instructs and supervises accounting managers, accountants and accounting support personnel. Administers general and cost accounting function. Maintains, controls to ensure company policies and procedures are being followed. Assumes responsibility for correct and accurate accounting classification of expenditures and revenue, including capital and others. Acts as the contact with the company's auditors and governmental auditors on accounting matters. Develops inventory control procedures and is responsible for taking physical inventories. Interprets operating results as they affect financial statements and makes specific recommendations which will result in cost reductions and profit improvement.
 
 
 
 
 
VT Halter Marine is an EOE/AAP Employer.
 
From Conception and Design to Blueprint and Blue Waters, VT Halter Marine strives to maintain a balanced work life experience for each of its family members. "The greatest resource our company will ever have is each other."
 
Forward inquiries to:

VT Halter Marine
Attention: Recruiting
900 Bayou Casotte Parkway
Pascagoula, MS 39581
(228) 696-6756
Fax: (228) 696-6763
Email: hr@vthm.com