Back To Search Page
Type -Temporary, Location - Newport Newds, VA, Posted , Salary - $14.96 - $27.50

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

 

Pay Rate is $14.96-$23.56 per hour and $80.00 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 gauges.

 

Welding Qualification:

All Welders will be required to pass all position, Multi-pass Butt Weld, Welder Qualification Tests prior to reporting for the first day of productive work. These tests will be in accordance with MIL-STD-248D Paragraph 5.3.3 and the following:

A. All position (Horizontal (2G), Vertical (3G), and Overhead (4G)) SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) process.

B. All position (Horizontal (2G), Vertical (3G), and Overhead (4G)) FCAW (Flux Core Arc Welding) process.

C. Horizontal (2G) position GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding) process.

D. Air Carbon Arc Gouging proficiency test. T

 

he Welding School will administer the following tests:

1. All Welding Qualification Tests in “A” (6 hours), “B” (12 hours), “C” (4 hours) above.

2. Visual Inspection of Welds Level I (4 hours).

3. Welders Vision Test (5 minutes).

4. Air Carbon Arc Gouging Proficiency Test (1 hour).

 

Prior to performing work at Newport News all Welders must successfully pass, without training, the above tests at the Newport News welding school.

Type -Temporary, Location - Pascagoula, MS, Posted , Salary - $26.05 - $26.05

 Pay Rate 26.05 plus 48.00 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 heights, 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 News, VA, Posted , Salary - Up to $27.31 per hour

 Pay Rate is up to $27.31 per hour, plus $80.00 a day per diem.

 

Four years commercial/naval sheet metal experience as a first class Sheet Metal Worker in the installation of foundations, ventilation, bulkheads, shipboard furniture and sheet metal fabrication shop work.

 

Required Skills and/or Qualifications:

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

2. Ability to comprehend fractional and decimal dimensions as with the use of a ruler.

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

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

5. Experience working in a physically demanding environment.

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

7. Experience using small hand tools (electric drills, grinders, rivet guns), and shop equipment (drill press, press break, shears etc.).

8. Fillet Welding (512) Qualification: Fillet Welding- single-pass (NAVSEA Technical Publication 39074-AQ-GIB-010/248).

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - $14.96 - $27.31 per hour

All must be available to work all shifts to support this position.

 

Pay Rate is $14.96-$27.31 per hour plus $80.00 a day per diem, if you qualify.

 

Experience:

Four years commercial/naval experience as a First Class Machinist.

 

Recommended Skills:

*Familiarity with OSHA regulations relative to the shipbuilding industry.

*Installation of hull inserts.

*Familiarity with fasteners.

*Ability to comprehend complex drawings, blueprints, diagrams, and sketches.

*Use of lapping and blue checking tools.

*Liner sizes/soft foot Working knowledge of shipbuilding terms and nomenclature.

*Operate lathe. Valve overhaul (steam and wog) AC & refrigeration repair.

*Installation of lift check valve.

*Steam plant cleanliness knowledge Air conditioning hydro.

*Installation of main engine, propulsion plant machinery and equipment.

*System cleanliness grade knowledge. Installation of aircraft elevator.

*Testing main engine. Hydrostatic testing. Installation of anchor windlass.

*Installation of mast and antenna.

*Lube oil flushing. Installation of arresting gear.

*Installation of noise equipment.

*Precision instruments.

*Installation of ballast tanks.

*Refueler.

*Drilling/tapping.

*Test boiler operations.

*Optical alignment.

*Hydrostatic testing of systems.

*Install boiler tube replacement.

*Installation of sea valves.

*System Grooming Operate boring bar.

*Installation of VALVE AND PUMP packing.

*Valve overhaul. Operate cargo crane.

*Operate portable milling/drill machine.

*Generator and steam turbine work.

*ALRE Pump/motor INSTALLATION AND alignment (M-179 & JX).

*Operate centrifugal pump.

*Install turbine. Fit and blue check liners.

*Installation of condenser/heat exchanger tube.

*Operate watertight compartment.

*Flange makeup.

*Installation of deck ordinance.

*Installation of winch.

*Installation of steam valves.

*Installation of diesel.

*Installation of weapons elevator.

*Shafting and bearing work Distilling plant test.

*Installation of hydraulic components.

*Installation of low/high pressure air compressor.

*Installation of deck or hanger doors.

*Understanding of basic ship systems

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

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

 

Pay rate is up to $27.31 per hour plus $80.00 a day per diem, if you meet the requirements.

 

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).

 

Optional Skills:

1. Rigger/Material Handling

2. Optical instrument experience (Level, Transit)

3. Shipwright / Erect & Set experience.

4. Tank Testing

5. Air Carbon Arc Gouging

6. Mobile equipment operation (JLG, Scissor Lift, etc.)

 

Tack Welding Qualification:

All Shipfitters will be required to pass a Multi-pass Tack Welder Qualification Test upon reporting for the first day of work. This test will be in accordance with Tech Pub 248 Paragraph 5.3 and the following:

A. Using the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) Process

B. With MIL-10718-M (A-5A) Filler Metal of MIL-E-22200/1

C. In both the Vertical Up (3F) and Overhead (4F) positions.

D. With a 3-Pass, 3/8” Fillet instead of the Single-pass Fillet shown in Tech Pub 248 Figure 16. Each pass shall have at least one stop and start within the weld length.

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

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

 

Pay Rate is up to $27.31 per hour plus $80.00 a day per diem, if you mee the requirements.

 

 

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.

 

Welding Qualification:

All Welders will be required to pass all position, Multi-pass Butt Weld, Welder Qualification Tests prior to reporting for the first day of productive work. These tests will be in accordance with MIL-STD-248D Paragraph 5.3.3 and the following:

A. All position (Horizontal (2G), Vertical (3G), and Overhead (4G)) SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) process.

B. All position (Horizontal (2G), Vertical (3G), and Overhead (4G)) FCAW (Flux Core Arc Welding) process.

C. Horizontal (2G) position GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding) process.

D. Air Carbon Arc Gouging proficiency test.

 

The Welding School will administer the following tests:

1. All Welding Qualification Tests in “A” (6 hours), “B” (12 hours), “C” (4 hours) above.

2. Visual Inspection of Welds Level I (4 hours).

3. Welders Vision Test (5 minutes).

4. Air Carbon Arc Gouging Proficiency Test (1 hour).

 

Prior to performing work at Newport News all Welders must successfully pass, without training, the above tests at the Newport News welding school.

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - $14.96 - $27.31

The Deck Electrician must have three (3) or more years experience in the electrical field - Marine applications.

 

Pay rate is $14.96-27.31 per hour plus $80.00 a day per diem, if you meet the requirements.

 

Required skills

1. Must be able to read and interpret shipboard electrical installation drawings, wiring tables, schematics, and work packages.

2. Work independently with proper instruction.

3. Proficient in the use of basic electrical meters and test instruments (volt-ohm meter, clamp-on ammeter, insulation resistance testers (mergers, etc.).

4. General deck electrician work. (i.e. layoff and mount electrical equipment and wireways; install cable penetrations in equipment , bulkheads, and decks; cable installation; cable terminations; and cut-in and hook-up)

5. Proficient in the use of basic electrician hand tools (i.e. Pliers, wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers, connector crimping tools, etc.)

6. Physically able to climb vertical and inclined stairs and ladders, crawl, bend, stoop, work at heights, and work in confined spaces.

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - $14.49 - $27.31

Minimum five years commercial/naval experience

Pay Rate is $14.49-27.31 plus $80.00 a day per diem (if you meet the requirements)

 

Required Skills:

1. Multi-pass. All position fillet and butt welds using the SMAW (Shielded metal arc) process

2. Ability to fuse inserts and weld carbon steel, stainless steel and copper nickel pipe using the SMAW and GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) processes

3. Ability to mirror weld using the SMAW and GTAW processes

4. Heating - Oxygen/Propane Heating Torch

5. Experience working in physically demanding environments (shipboard, sub-assemblies, ladders, staging, etc.).

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

7. Ability to properly use fillet gauges, butt gauges, and a six inch scale.

 

 Welding Qualifications:

1. All positions using the SMAW and GTAW processes

2. Thin wall sockets (Required for below 0.187 wall joints)

 

The Welding School will administer tests for the following qualifications:

1. Welders Vision Test (5 Minutes)

2. Visual Inspection of Welds Level I (4 Hours)

3. Pre-heat and Interpass (1 hour)

 4. Fire Watch CBT 2 hours)

5. Torch Safety test and practical (3 hours)

6. Welding Qualification tests for: 503, 502, 541, 725, 506, 659, 556, 650, 664 and 557 (Testing will run approximately 2½ weeks). Prior to performing work all welders must successfully pass the above tests and have a completed FORM 1429 and a statement of current maintenance on file with O37 Welding Engineering

 

The Welding School will administer the fire watch training and test VIA computer based, and will also test and verify torch safety knowledge and practical demonstration of proper hook-up and shut down prior to certifying them as torch operators.

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - $29.41 - $38.70

Performs economic research and studies subjects such as rates of return, depreciation, working capital, investments, and financial and expense comparisons by analysis of profit and loss statements and income statements. Prepares reports of findings and recommendations to management. Develops, maintains, and establishes operational specifications for financial information systems considering such things as information flow, volume, and document format for data processing equipment. May provide analysis on business development and may monitor business performance by unit or division.

 

6 Years with Bachelors; 4 Years with Masters.

 

Type -Temporary, Location - Newport News, VA, Posted , Salary - $23.40 - $31.00

Conducts interviews to recruit prospective employees and refers job applicants to specific job openings. Evaluates employment factors such as job experience, education and training, skills, knowledge and abilities, physical and personal qualifications, and other data pertinent to classification, selection, and referral. Prepares rating on applicants, makes recommendations on starting salaries, and provides applicants with information on the company. May administer tests and interpret results, check references, arrange transportation of selected applicants, extend formal job offers, work with outside agencies and vendors, etc.

 

Leveling Factors:

Knowledge, Skills and Ability Frequent use and general knowledge of industry practices, techniques, and standards. General application of concepts, and principles. Demonstrates the skill and ability to perform moderately complex professional tasks.

 

Problem Solving:

 Develops solutions to a variety of problems of moderate scope and complexity.

 

Discretion/Latitude:

 Works under only very general supervision. Work is reviewed for soundness of judgment and overall adequacy and accuracy.

 

Impact:

 Contributes to the completion of organizational projects and goals. Errors in judgement or failure to achieve results would normally require a moderate expenditure of resources to rectify.

 

Liaison:

 Frequent internal company and external contacts. Represents organization on specific projects. May make presentations to small groups.

 

Basic Qualifications:

Bachelors in related field and 3 years of relevant professional experience. 1 year of relevant experience with a Master's degree.

Back To Search Page