|Title||HIGHLIGHTS PROCESSOR (Ref. #1722)|
|Job Description|| |
Opening for an individual who understands the operations of the Torpedo department and can understand and consolidate highlights into weekly/monthly reports for distribution to customers. Must be able to work independently and have excellent communication skills to be able to interface with people as required to get the necessary information for the reports. Must have a good writing skills and an excellent use of English language. The ERP DB operator will require some knowledge of databases and the ability to set/modify permissions as necessary for new employees or employees whose tasking has been modified. This individual will need to ask questions to verify what permissions will be required for their particular tasking and then set/modify as required.
|Background in any/all of the following is preferred:|| |
Must have Microsoft Office experience – certification is desired. Must be a U.S. citizen with the ability to obtain/maintain a Secret security clearance. Ability to function independently and as a team member in an active and demanding work environment. Excellent interpersonal, writing and communication skills are required.
Background with NUWC torpedo operations is a plus. Previous database experience and the ability to follow/modify detailed procedures is desirable.
|Location||RI – MIDDLETOWN|
Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance.
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