Lays out and fabricates structural parts such as plates, bulkheads, and frames, and braces them in position during construction of vessel or ship for welding. Lays out and cuts parts for assembly working from blueprints, templates, or oral instructions. Cutting is done primarily with hand torch, but can also use metal saw, metal shear, or plasma cutter. Parts for assembly can also come pre-cut.
Scheduled workdays cover Monday thru Friday. Weekends and holidays as required. Works in all kinds of weather. Maybe required to perform work at remote locations other than at shipyard facility. May be required to perform work aloe in confined spaces. Subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions. Subject to ultra violet light, electrical hazards, vibration, noise, and a variety of other physical conditions such as a proximity to moving mechanical parts, working on scaffolding and ladders at heights greater than 6 ft., working over water, and subject to very dramatic temperature changes, such as when entering or exiting a tank. Also present are fumes, smoke, dust, gases, chemicals and hydrocarbons. Protective clothing, hearing and eye protection, hardhats, safety shoes or boots (Steel), and respiratory protection are to be worn accordingly.
Essential Job Functions (listing most important first):
Locates and marks reference lines, such as center and frame lines.
Aligns parts in relation to each other, using jacks, come a longs, clamps, clips, wedges, and mauls.
Marks locations for holes that are to be drilled.
Installs packing, gaskets, liners, bearings, and other structural accessories, such as doors, hatches, brackets, shafts, wheels, rudders, coolers, anodes, and bumper systems.
May tack weld clips or brackets in place prior to completion of work.
Removes and realigns engines and transmissions in marine vessels.
May use portable power tools such as grinders, chippers, drills, saws, sanders, etc.
May roll, bend, flange, cut and shape plates, beams and other heavy metal parts using shop machinery, such as plate rolls, metal shear, press brake and drill press.
Performs incidental tasks such as transporting tools, materials, and parts. Use overhead cranes, drill holes, etc. May also operate company vehicles.
Essential Job Requirements:
Education and Vocational:
Must be able to read and write alphabetically and numerically.
Must be able to pass company specified layout, cutting and burn test.
Must be able to provide verifiable references of past work history
Repetitive sequences that require balancing, climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, finger manipulation, grasping, feeling, seeing, hearing, speaking, and an acute sense of smell.
This position is classified as heavy work exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Physical demand requirements exceed those for medium work.