- Expired: August 05, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Safely and efficiently perform welding labor, to complete construction associated with building cruise ships and tug boats. Aggressive work ethic with focus on production.
- Experience welding ¼” to 1” steel using FCAW and SMAW processes in 3G, 4G and 6G positions.
- Tig welding of stainless steel and aluminum.
- Experience with plasma cutting and oxy-propane cutting
- Experience performing weld tests including soap and air, hydrostatic pressure testing tanks and dye penetrant.
- Assemble 40’ x 10’ steel plates, angles and flang plates
- Complete lay-outs using drawings and/or templates
- Tack welding with stick and semi-automatic welding equipment (preferred)
- Practice proper safety always.
- Follow instructions from foreman/supervisors on site. Keep job site clean.
- Experience with shop and field fabrication, assembly sequencing and fitting
- Experience reading and understanding blueprints, sketches, and templates
- Familiar with industry codes and regulations
- Safe use of all tools and equipment
- All types of physical movement required for this position to successfully perform the essential functions.
- Ability to use upper and lower extremities.
- Ability to work outside in heat, inclement weather, and cold.
- Ability to crawl, kneel, crouch, climb, and bend around and under equipment, on ladders, stairs, scaffolds, through small accesses, enter into tanks, and confined spaces, through hatches, and manholes throughout much of the work shift.
- Occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds.
Normal level of visual acuity needed. Must be able to understand and follow directions. Normal hearing level needed. Hand-eye coordination required.
HAZARDS: Weather, fumes, moving mechanical parts, equipment and vibration.
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