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Type -Temporary, Location - East Boothbay, ME, Posted , Salary - $14.00 per hour

 

 

Must have 3 year experience as a 1st Class Pipe fitter and have good bevel, fit-up and tack welding skills with black carbon pipe and be able to read basic shop prints.

Should be able to use pipe benders, bevellers, band saw, etc. and be able to thread pipe, they must be able to complete all the requirements and not just thread pipe.

You will be working inside and building new Tug Boats.

 

Pay Rate is $14.00 per hour please $144.00 a day per diem.

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - UP TO $27.50 per hour

Four years commercial/naval experience as a first class Welder.

 

Pay Rate is Up to 27.50 per hour and $116.00 a day per diem for a First Class Pipe Fitter.

 

Required Skills:

1. Multi-pass. All position fillet and butt welds using the following processes: SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding), GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding), FCAW (Flux Cored Arc Welding) and GMAW-P (Pulse Arc Welding).

2. Heating - Oxygen/Propane Heating Torch.

3. Experience working in a physically demanding environment (shipboard, sub-assemblies, ladders, staging, etc.).

4. Familiarity with OSHA regulations relative to the shipbuilding industry.

5. Air Carbon Arc Gouging.

6. Ability to properly use fillet and butt weld gauges.

 

 

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - Up to $27.31

Pay Rate is Up tp $27.31 per hour + plus $116.00 per diem.

 

Four years commercial or naval experience as a first class Shipfitter.

 

Required Skills:

1. Tack Welding– Multi-pass (NAVSEA Technical Publication 39074-AQ-GIB-010/248)

2. Heating-Oxygen/Propane Heating Torch

3. Ability to comprehend complex structural assembly drawings, blueprints, and sketches to include weld symbols, material types, datum and reference lines.

4. Ability to comprehend fractional dimensions as with the use of a ruler.

5. Ability to layoff piece parts for fabrication and assembly.

6. Ability to assemble structural piece parts in accordance with specifications in a quality manner.

7. Experience working in a physically demanding environment (shipbuilding, steel fabrication, etc.).

8. Familiarity with OSHA regulations relative to the shipbuilding industry.

9. Use vibratory tools (grinders and needle guns).

 

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - Up to $27.31 per hr.

Pay Rate is Up tp $27.31 per hour + plus $116.00 a day per diem.

 

Four years commercial/naval experience as a first class Shipfitter.

 

Required Skills:

1. Tack Welding– Multi-pass (NAVSEA Technical Publication 39074-AQ-GIB-010/248)

2. Burning-Oxygen/Propane Burning Torch.

3. Heating-Oxygen/Propane Heating Torch

4. Ability to comprehend complex structural assembly drawings, blueprints, and sketches to include weld symbols, material types, datum and reference lines.

5. Ability to comprehend fractional dimensions as with the use of a ruler.

6. Ability to layoff piece parts for fabrication and assembly.

7. Ability to assemble structural piece parts in accordance with specifications in a quality manner.

8. Experience working in a physically demanding environment (shipbuilding, steel fabrication, etc.).

 9. Familiarity with OSHA regulations relative to the shipbuilding industry.

10. Use vibratory tools (grinders and needle guns).

 

 

Type -Temporary, Location - Pascagoula, MS, Posted , Salary - $26.50 per hour

Pay Rate $26.05 per hour +plus $48.00 a day per diem.

 

Job Description:

 Pipefitters are responsible for installing these complex systems together on the ship and in the shop must able to read and interpret blue prints, fabricate and install pipe systems of all types of materials and sizes, cut, prep, and test this is new construction of Navy ships

 

Basic Qualifications:

 Must have at least 3 years of Ship yard experience as Pipe fitter 1st class be able to work on environment involving extreme heigh , confined spaces, physical labor and various weather conditions within a shipyard environment.

 

Must be able to work any shift as production needs.

 

Authorized to work in the USA permanent resident or USA citizen only accepted

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport Newds, VA, Posted , Salary - Up to $27.50 per hour

Four years commercial/naval experience as a first class Welder.

 

Pay Rate is Up to$23.56 per hour and $116.00 a day per diem.  

 

Required Skills:

1. Multi-pass. All position fillet and butt welds using the following processes: SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding), GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding), FCAW (Flux Cored Arc Welding) and GMAW-P (Pulse Arc Welding).

2. Heating - Oxygen/Propane Heating Torch.

3. Experience working in a physically demanding environment (shipboard, sub-assemblies, ladders, staging, etc.).

4. Familiarity with OSHA regulations relative to the shipbuilding industry.

5. Air Carbon Arc Gouging.

6. Ability to properly use fillet and butt weld gauge.

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - up to $27.31 per hour

Three (3) or more years as a marine, commercial nuclear, or petro/chem First Class Pipefitter.

 

Pay Rate is Up to $27.31 per hour and $116.00 a day per diem.

 

Required Experience / Qualifications:

1. Able to read and interpret ship piping drawings.

2. Experienced fitting carbon steel, CRES, and copper nickel piping.

3. Ability to end prep piping by hand and/or with Wach or Portsmouth Machine.

4. Knowledge in installing pipe hangers.

5. Ability to read a ruler using inches and tenths.

 6. Ability to prep and fit-up backing rings.

7. Ability to clean cut/break pipe with a grinder.

8. Ability to hand prep V bevels.

9. Experience in fabrication of various details and assemblies from drawings.

10. Ability to bend pipe from template and in the use of a hand bender.

11. Ability to fit welded sockets.

12. Ability to fit brazed joints with/without insert ring.

 

 

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - $21.74 - $28.61 per hour

Performs on-the-job training, skills training, and some classroom training in assembly and production areas. Participates in the development and implementation of new training programs and may introduce new processes and sequences for manufacturing areas. Maintains rosters of training progress, examination records, and certification records and may monitor trainees.

 

Leveling Factors:

Knowledge;

Full knowledge of the job. Complete acquaintance with and understanding of the general and detailed aspects of the job, and their practical applications to problems and situations ordinarily encountered.

 

Supervision Given and Received;

Limited supervision. No instructions needed on routine work, and general instructions given on new lines of work or special assignments. May assist in orienting, training, assigning and checking the work of lower level employees.

 

Typical Duties and Tasks:

Duties & tasks are varied and moderately complex. Resolves most questions and problems, and refers complex questions to higher levels.

 

Consequence of Errors:

Errors may be difficult to detect and would normally result in loss of customer business, material, or equipment to resolve. Contacts Contacts are frequent with individuals representing other departments, and/or representing outside organizations. Contacts involve obtaining or providing information or data on matters of moderate importance to the function of the department or which may be of sensitive nature.

 

Basic Qualifications:

High School and 5 years relevant experience or Associate's Degree and 3 years relevant experience.

Certification in assigned area is required.

 

The welding school needs additional support to help train the large welding classes coming in. Trainers will be working as a welding Instructor training new hires or our emergent workforce in practical and classroom Instruction. ***Prior welding AND welding instruction experience REQUIRED.*** These positions support 1st, 2nd and 3rd shift therefore please ensure the candidate's shift preference is listed on top front page of their resume. Candidates must be available to work OT as needed- i.e. late evenings, early mornings, occasional weekend work.

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - $27.31 per hr.


Pay Rate is up $27.31 per hours plus $116.00 a day per diem.

 

Experience:

Blasters must have three (3) or more years' experience in using high pressure blast equipment.

 

 Experience must include working in a physically demanding environment, confined spaces, working at heights, and in the use of a blaster air-fed helmet and/or soft hood air-fed respirator and a negative-pressure half-face respirator. Blasters must be of height and weight that will allow entrance and movement through man way and tank openings.

 

All blasters must be United States Citizens.

 

Blasters are not being hired as Blast Machine Equipment Operators (BMEO’s) and Ultra-High Pressure Water Blasters.

 

Certification:

Blasters shall be certified in accordance with SSPC-C-7, Refer to Systems & Specifications Manual, Volume 2 (Steel Structures Painting Council) and Chapter 631-11.5 Shipyard Blasters and Painters Certification. SSPC-C-7 is required per NAVSEA Standard Item 009-32.

 

Required Safety Training / Qualifications:

 Leased Labor Provider Company (LLPC) shall provide employees who have completed the following safety training and /or medical clearance. Leased Labor Provider Company shall provide documentation (copy of training, records, medical clearances, etc.) on Company Letterhead to Newport News Environmental, Health and Safety Department (O27) for review and approval prior to assignment of employees to work at Newport News.

 

All Personal Protective Equipment (PPE*) is to be provided by the Leased Labor Provider Company, which includes replacement of any damaged PPE. All Personal Protective Equipment provided by the Leased Labor Provider Company shall meet the requirements of OSHA and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and /or as specified by Newport News.

1. Confined Space Entry trained in accordance with OSHA Standards 29CFR1915 Subpart B.

2. Hazard communication trained in accordance with OSHA Standard 29CFR 1915.1200 [1910.1200) (h) – (1) through (3) (iv)].

3. Blaster shall be inorganic arsenic trained and medically qualified in accordance with OSHA Standard 29CFR 1910.1018.

4. Blaster’s Respirators/Helmet trained and qualified. A Respirator Medical Clearance Examination as required by a Physician. The Blaster’s Respirators/Helmet Training and Fit Testing (where applicable) will meet the requirements of Standard 29CFR1910.134 and each blaster shall be trained in a • RPB NOVA 3 Air-Fed Helmet with or without the Cooling System • MSA Soft Hood Air-Fed Respirator with or without the Cooling System, MSA V-Gard head protection (worn underneath soft hood), and North by Honeywell BC86 Bump Cap, dark green #BC86040000 (worn in tight spaces) - (approximate weight 4.5 lbs.) • MSA Half Face Negative-Pressure COMFO CLASSIC Respirator - (approximate weight 12 oz.) Training shall mean all parts of the blaster respirators/helmet equipment systems. The above respiratory equipment represents that used by abrasive blasters at Newport News. Daily use of respirators may occur.

5. Fall Protection/4-D Body Harness-Vertical & Horizontal Lifelines-Beam Clamp trained and qualified in accordance with the following OSHA Regulations; 29CFR1915.159, 29CFR1915.71(j)(3), 29CFR1915.73(d), and 29CFR1915.77(c). Newport News highly recommends the vest-donning type of body harness instead of the step-into-type body harness, with D-Ring in the back. Individuals must be trained (which includes having donned the body harness and demonstrated practical use of the vertical & horizontal lifelines and beam clamp) with the same type fall protection equipment that they are expected to wear on Newport News premises or on off-site Newport News work locations. Body Harness and Vertical & Horizontal Lifelines and Beam Clamp Systems shall comply with the requirements of ANSI Z359.1.

6. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE*) trained in accordance with OSHA Standards 29CFR 1915 Subpart I and Hearing Conversation 29CFR1910.95 (i) (j) (k) (l).

7. Non-prescription and prescription safety glasses must be of the type approved by Newport News and on the Newport News selection chart. A copy of Newport News’ approved eyewear chart will be provided to the Leased Labor Provider Company upon request. Blasters that wear prescription glasses must come with a spectacle kit for use with the MSA soft-hood blaster respirator.

8. Hard hat must be the MSA V-Gard type (white in color) with the Leased Labor Provider Company’s name on the front of the hard hat.

9. Hearing protection must be of the banded or mounted muff-type protectors (used when not blasting for high noise areas) and ear plugs (when blasting) and the leased employee must have been trained on their use. Newport News uses the Bilson (Leightning L1N) banded muffs and North Com-fit ear plugs.

10. Knee pads (good quality industrial-use type).

11. Leather gloves and Black PVC gloves (12-inch), and Anti-Vibratory gloves.

12. Audiometric testing which documents proof of individual worker’s hearing function. The Leased Labor Provider Company shall ensure those individuals performing audiometric testing meet requirements listed in OSHA Regulation 29CFR1910.95 (g) (3) and that the audiometric test results are fully explained to each individual by the testing firm. The individual shall sign the test reports as proof of having received verbal communication of the test results.

13. The physical work effort expected is demanding. The temperature and humidity extremes that may be encountered are the result of ambient temperature and humidity levels in the work area.

 

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - $27.31 per hr

Pay Rate is up to $27.31 plus $116.00 a day per diem.

 

Blasters must have three (3) or more years' experience in using high pressure blast equipment.

 

Experience must include working in a physically demanding environment, confined spaces, working at heights, and in the use of a blaster air-fed helmet and/or soft hood air-fed respirator and a negative-pressure half-face respirator. Blasters must be of height and weight that will allow entrance and movement through man way and tank openings. All blasters must be United States Citizens. Blasters are not being hired as Blast Machine Equipment Operators (BMEO’s) and Ultra-High Pressure Water Blasters.

 

Certification:

None required

 

Required Safety Training / Qualifications:

Leased Labor Provider Company (LLPC) shall provide employees who have completed the following safety training and /or medical clearance. Leased Labor Provider Company shall provide documentation (copy of training, records, medical clearances, etc.) on Company Letterhead to Newport News Environmental, Health and Safety Department (O27) for review and approval prior to assignment of employees to work at Newport News.

 

All Personal Protective Equipment (PPE*) is to be provided by the Leased Labor Provider Company, which includes replacement of any damaged PPE. All Personal Protective Equipment provided by the Leased Labor Provider Company shall meet the requirements of OSHA and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and /or as specified by Newport News.

1. Confined Space Entry trained in accordance with OSHA Standards 29CFR1915 Subpart B.

2. Hazard communication trained in accordance with OSHA Standard 29CFR 1915.1200 [1910.1200) (h) – (1) through (3) (iv)].

3. Blaster shall be inorganic arsenic trained and medically qualified in accordance with OSHA Standard 29CFR 1910.1018.

4. Blaster’s Respirators/Helmet trained and qualified. A Respirator Medical Clearance Examination as required by a Physician. The Blaster’s Respirators/Helmet Training and Fit Testing (where applicable) will meet the requirements of Standard 29CFR1910.134 and each blaster shall be trained in a • RPB NOVA 3 Air-Fed Helmet with or without the Cooling System • MSA Soft Hood Air-Fed Respirator with or without the Cooling System, MSA V-Gard head protection (worn underneath soft hood), and North by Honeywell BC86 Bump Cap, dark green #BC86040000 (worn in tight spaces) - (approximate weight 4.5 lbs.) • MSA Half Face Negative-Pressure COMFO CLASSIC Respirator - (approximate weight 12 oz.) Training shall mean all parts of the blaster respirators/helmet equipment systems. The above respiratory equipment represents that used by abrasive blasters at Newport News. Daily use of respirators may occur.

5. Fall Protection/4-D Body Harness-Vertical & Horizontal Lifelines-Beam Clamp trained and qualified in accordance with the following OSHA Regulations; 29CFR1915.159, 29CFR1915.71(j)(3), 29CFR1915.73(d), and 29CFR1915.77(c). Newport News highly recommends the vest-donning type of body harness instead of the step-into-type body harness, with D-Ring in the back. Individuals must be trained (which includes having donned the body harness and demonstrated practical use of the vertical & horizontal lifelines and beam clamp) with the same type fall protection equipment that they are expected to wear on Newport News premises or on off-site Newport News work locations. Body Harness and Vertical & Horizontal Lifelines and Beam Clamp Systems shall comply with the requirements of ANSI Z359.1.

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