We are seeking an energetic, experienced individual to manage projects for the Sitka, Alaska Shipyard facility, owned and operated by Allen Marine, Inc. This position requires planning, organizing, management of tasks, budgeting, controlling costs and other factors that may arise. This position will work with existing management from multiple divisions to ensure smooth and timely execution of projects.


Coordination of individuals and teams from cross disciplines to achieve project deliverables and/or project completion.

Manage individual vessel and facility maintenance and repair records, including vessel movements between ports, budgets, parts purchasing, tool inventory and timelines for work to be completed.

Anticipate and plan for long-and short-term improvements and maintenance.

Facilitate and manage progress meetings and ensure detailed documentation of subjects covered.

Generate work orders and manage labor and inventory in Pacsoft.

Assist with the coordination and/or facilitate outside customer requested services.

Control costs by regularly monitoring vessel and facility budgets.

Communicate any “closed” projects for reconciliation with accounting department. Coordinate with shop foreman and facility manager to help monitor daily operations.

Respond to emergency situations or other urgent issues involving the facilities and/or vessels.

Assist with talent recruitment and new hire onboarding as well as timekeeping and PTO requests.

Other duties as assigned.


A bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in a related field plus three years proven experience in marine or construction project management. Substitution-ten years proven experience in marine or construction project management

Excellent time management, prioritization, and organizational skills with ability to complete projects in a timely manner.

Acute attention to detail

Jenny Weaver

About The Author: Jenny Weaver

Having born and raised in Hawaii with cruise ships in my backyard and a daughter of a retired Navy officer, it was no surprise that life took me to sea. #seastheday

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