Engineering Change Manager

Website Serco

Engineering Change Manager Job Highlights

Title Engineering Change Manager
Type Full Time
Experience 7 Years
Function Engineering/Ship Construction
Location Washington DC, United States
Company Serco

Company Profile

Serco is one of the world’s largest providers of public services to Governments. It operates in five sectors of public service provision i.e., Health, Transport, Justice & Immigration, Defense, and Citizens Services.

Job Profile

The company is hiring an Engineering Change Manager who will support the US Navy and provide engineering support to evaluate and manage changes to the FFG 62 class Frigate program.

Your ability to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance post-employment is required. Active Secret clearance is preferred.

Educational Qualification

  • Applicants should have a Bachelor’s Degree in a technical field (college/university) or a commensurate level of experience

Work Experience

  • Possess 7 years of relevant experience in the Engineering or Change Management arena


  • Coordinate Independent Government Contractor Estimates (IGCE) for requested ship changes, as well as associated requests from development and submittal to PMS515.
  • Coordinate local change discussions with the shipbuilder, SUPSHIP Project Team, Ship Design and Technical Teams, Production and Test Teams, and ACO/COR to determine the best path for these change items.
  • Coordinate the preparation, development, review, and evaluation of proposed engineering changes between the Program Office, Technical Authorities, SUPSHIP, PARMS, and Shipbuilders as appropriate to the level and complexity of change.
  • Database queries and reports in response to data calls.
  • Develop reports to document change status and provide metrics in support of change management to PMS 515.
  • Ensure any changes that are presented to the change board are complete with technical information, cost estimate, and any impacts to design, integration, production, and test of the hulls impacted.
  • Maintain cost tracking and compliance to defense acquisition requirements as they pertain to FFG62 Class ship changes to develop and submit bi-weekly reports to PMS515. These reports track all engineering Change orders and related non-engineering change line status of technical Baseline changes.
  • Maintain logs and web application entry of change proposals.
  • Participate in all Change meetings (examples: Pre-ECP, CRB, ECP, Pre-CCB, CCB, Local/Waterfront Change Boards, SPPC, Tiger Team, etc.) as POC for PMS 515 to track status changes and govt response to issues/comments.
  • Provide oversight on all engineering change-related CM/Contracts/Finance data entered into PMS 515 IDE.
  • Provide support to PMS 515 and SUPSHIP PMR in the development of FFG post-delivery change lists and oversight of the change review tracking process, including review of work specs, tracking of government estimates of cost, Shipbuilder and PARM change proposals, and SUPSHIP AMOD and PMS 515 PMOD costs.
  • Review all Estimate-to-Complete reports.
  • Review and comment on efforts associated with Change Proposals, including reviews, comments, and resolutions of technical issues as well as ECP Pricing.
  • Support PMS515 with Change Order funding requests and AD HOC reporting of change cost status.


  • Ability to obtain and maintain DoD Secret security clearance post-employment, Active secret clearance (preferred)
  • Experience interfacing with engineering and programmatic organizations for implementing solutions to identified technical issues
  • Familiarity with NAVSEA acquisition and modernization processes (preferred)
  • Up to 10% travel (required)

Employer’s Statement

Serco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company is committed to diversifying our workforce (race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, and vets).

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