Hull And Deck Remover Job Description Sample
Shipyard Outside Machinist
The Outside Machinist is responsible for the modification, repair, assembly and installation of various ship systems and machinery for surface ship installation and repair. This position is responsible for fixing, servicing, aligning, setting up and testing machines, equipment and devices that operate on a mechanical and electro mechanical basis. Evaluate procedures and recommends changes or modifications related to efficiency of setup and production.
Duties and Responsibilities
Able to remove and reinstall generators.
Perform major overhaul and rebuilding on most diesel and gas and air compressors.
Perform all types of major alignments (gearbox, engine shaft, etc.)
Disassemble and reassemble tow winch components, mooring winches, capstans, anchor windlasses, hydraulic and mechanical cranes.
Use all tools to perform outside machinist work to include dial calipers, calipers rulers, micrometers, and stack height gages
Study and comprehend blueprints, sketches, drawings, manuals specifications or samples parts to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work pieces, sequence operations and tolerances of finished work pieces, sequences operations and set up requirements
Determine and apply system tolerances
Trouble shooting and repair of conveyors and deck edge door systems
Responsible for remove repair, installing and aligning of the propulsion train, including engine, reduction gear, bearing, shafting, struts, stuffing boxes and propeller
Remove repairing, installing and aligning rudder assembly, including bearings, bushings, rudder stocks, stuffing boxes, lifting rings and carrier bearings
Repair, install and set all types of hydraulics, steering gears, rudder and angle indicators and rudder stoppers
High school education or GED
Minimum of 3 years of shipyard experience as a machinist
Hull mechanical and electrical background preferred.
Experience in marine repair work to include propulsion, steering, valves, keel cooler, winches, alignments and fin stabilizer systems.
Knowledge of working with hydraulic, shafting and alignment, rudders and props.
Ability to repair defective engines or engines components, worn, damaged or defective mechanical parts.
Ability to install boat and/or ship parts using tools, power tools or heavy equipment.
Ability in the overhaul, maintenance and testing of all equipment located in a propulsion environment as well as deck equipment to include: pumps, valves (manual and automatic), condensers, compressors, force draft blowers, winches, boat davits, hydraulic controls, sliding and retractable/stationary bits.
Skills in the use of precision measuring devices such as micrometers, dial indicators and calipers.
Skills to test, align, troubleshoot and evaluate various rotating equipment.
Must have own tools.
Ability to stand on your feet for long periods of time.
Walking, keeling, crouching, crawling and climbing for long periods of time.
Regularly lift or move up to 50 pounds, occasionally lift or move up to 100 pounds.
Work in various types of weather conditions.
Must be able to climb scaffolding or ride man lifts.
Vision and hearing that permits communication effectively in the conditions that might be encountered in a shipyard environment.
This position is an hourly non-exempt position. Hours can vary and overtime is possible based on departmental needs. Overtime may include weekends, holidays or additional hours during the week. All Federal and State wage and hour laws apply.
Gulf Marine Repair is an EOE/M/F/Vet/ Disability
E-Verify and Drug-Free Workplace
Gryphon / CDI Government is the trusted premier provider of information technology(IT), naval engineering, architecture, ship design and other professional services to the Department of Defense. Since 1950 we have delivered state of the art solutions to critical DoD programs nationwide.
- Gryphon/CDI Government is an EEO/An Affirmative Action M/F/D/V Employer
Ship check, remove, fabricate, install and test various structural modifications including but not limited to hull structures, brackets and foundations for equipment.
Self-starter and able to work with little or no supervision.
Travel, Passport and security clearance required.
Validate dimensions on drawings, determines deck and bulkhead materials, and determines best removal and installation route during a ship check.
Fabricate foundations based on installation drawings, material provided, and ship check notes.
Install foundations according to drawings and other information provided. Tack and perform welds, as necessary. Test foundation strength, as directed.
Use various hand tools, drill press, welding machine, air compressor, generator, chain hoist, sandblaster, paint gun, grinder, band saw, forklift and other equipment to fabricate/install.
Read and interpret engineering drawings and instructions.
Support electrical and mechanical disciplines.
Operate power tools to foundation equipment.
Identify tools and materials per task and request materials as needed.
Assist in jobsite set-up, maintenance, restoration and securing.
Knowledgeable and trained in safe work practices.
Prepare and cleanup work area.
Perform other duties as assigned.
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- NDT Level-II or III (VT, PT, & MT)
- AWS CWI
Team Lead Responsibilities:
Direct and guide the team based on management direction in such a way that the assigned task is accomplished in the given time frame.
Work with managers, vendors, and customers to obtain necessary resources to support the team's requirements, and coordinate with internal and external customers as necessary.
Interact with project manager and customer to inform task accomplishments, issues and status.
Familiarize the team with the customer needs, specifications, the development process, techniques and tools to support task performance.
Assure that the team addresses all relevant issues within the specifications and various standards.
Ensure deliverables are prepared to satisfy the project requirements, cost and schedule.
Ability to project to the team what is expected of them in order to help keep the team focused and on track.
Ensure the team is contributing and collaborating well with each other.
Provide status reports of team activities against the program plan or schedule.
Serve as a focal point to communicate and resolve interface and integration issues with other teams.
Possess good communication skills and be able to solve problems with the help of the team and willing to participate and act on the decisions.
Lead by setting a good example (behavior consistent with words), motivate and inspire team, coach and help develop team members, responsible, dependable and recognize and acknowledge the contribution of team members.
MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
5 (+) years of consistent experience as a Welder/ Ship Fitter.
Journeyman or equivalent Navy training.
Provide own hand tools.
Must maintain an active SECRET security clearance.
Qualify in Aluminum, Steel and Stainless in the Six G position
Competent with GTAW, SMAW and GMAW welding processes.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
- CARRYING and LIFTING. Ability to transport and lift up to 50 lbs.
- WALKING AND CLIMBING. Ability to climb up to four (4) flights of stairs and cli
The Rigger Shop Third Class Mechanic performs a variety of skilled mechanical duties involving deck machinery, engine room work, electronic equipment, staging work, testing, steel/pipe work, general dock, rudders, shafting, wheel work, and anchor chain work. The Third Class Mechanic operates equipment for assembly and installation; performs preventative and predictive maintenance on facility machinery; records work performed and follows specified safety policies and procedures.
Key Responsibilities & Functional
This list is representative of the key areas of responsibility and functional knowledge required of a third class mechanic in the rigger shop. A third class mechanic must demonstrate a developing knowledge of the skills, functional knowledge and abilities required to perform tasks in these and related areas of responsibility.
Developing knowledge means that the mechanic understands how to perform tasks in these categories (including, but not limited to, the specific tasks identified below) and is able to complete them with minimal assistance.This also means that the mechanic has the necessary level of knowledge of the equipment, protective gear, and machinery required to complete these tasks. In some cases, as specified, the third class mechanic is expected to assist, rather than completing the task independently.
Anchor Chain Work
Make metal tags
Break detachable links (including baldt/kenter style links)
Transport – load/unload – trailers/pallets (Preferred)
Read a micrometer
Assist in counting anchor shots and tags
Assist in removing and reinstalling bitter ends – open/closed fo'c'sle
Assist in measuring chain links and detachable links including snap gauge shots
Wheel Work (Hubs/Blades/CCP System)
Hook up and operate air falls
Install and remove blade pallet rig
Transport hub – trailer/boom dolly (Preferred)
Assist in proper sling/grommet hook up – hull
Dry-Dock Related Shafting Work
Assist in method of removal - pad eye placement – select gear
Assist in shaft transporting – trailer/boom dolly
Shaft Alley Related Shafting Work
Removal of bulkhead seals
Deck Machinery Work (work with cranes and cargo booms)
Wires – Assist with removing/reeve system/blocks
Booms – Assist with removing /install and proper method/gear selection for ABS quadrennial
Blocks – Assist with removing /reinstall [ABS quadrennial]
Testing – Assist with setting up, [navy test] [ABS test]
B&A crane – Assist with removing /reeve wire ropes
B&A crane – Assist with boom removal [method/select gear/block/transport]
B&A Crane – Assist with testing and set up
Routine Engine Room Work
Proper lashing/rig gear applications
Small pumps, motors, valves [less than 24"], pipe, vent ducting, etc.
Install and remove flushing gear
Main Engine/SSDG Overhaul Work
Install and remove flushing gear
Electronic Equipment Inspections
Complete inspection procedures
Determine follow up required
Must be familiar with the staging procedure
Must be familiar with proper building practices for the QES/Burke
Steel/Pipe Related Work:
Complete steel repair work and or piping work on various areas outside of the engine room
General Dock-Related Work
Other various dock-related tasks
Must be familiar with Hook-on (ship/pier)
The selected candidate will be responsible for supporting shipboard rigging to include: Moving Ship Board Pumps, Valves, Motors, Electronic Equipment etc. Will be responsible for removal of rigging items on and off the ships and will handle the rigging process from start to finish.
Begin to learn and understand the following skills/processes:
Anchor Chain: Assisting with transport – load/unload – trailers/pallets
Wheels (Hubs/Blades/CCP System): Assisting with proper sling/grommet hook up – hull
Shafting (dry-dock related): method of removal - pad eye placement – select gear and shaft transporting – trailer/boom dolly
Assist with Deck Machinery (Cranes/Cargo Booms):
wires – remove/reeve system/blocks
booms – [ABS quadrennial] remove/install [proper method/gear]
blocks – remove/reinstall [ABS quadrennial]
testing – set up, [Navy Test] [ABS Test]
B&A Crane – remove/reeve wire ropes
B&A Crane – boom removal [method/select gear/block/transport]
B&A Crane – testing [set up, test]
Become familiar with the electronic equipment procedure and inspection sheet for all CIC sensitive, all computers, all circuit breakers, all ac units, all cooling coils, all laundry and all galley equipment
Become familiar with the staging procedure
Shipfitter Worker, Wg-3820-08
This position is located in Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Coast Guard, Director of Operational Logistics, Base Portsmouth, Naval Engineering Department Portsmouth, Industrial Production Facility in Portsmouth, VA.
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This position will serve as a Shipfitter Worker, responsible for applying shipfitting trades and practices to perform a variety of metal work tasks in an industrial environment.
Being a Coast Guard civilian makes you a valuable member of the Coast Guard team. Typical work assignments include:
Sub-assembling, tacking and welding the various components involved, such as shell plates, frames, watertight and on-watertight bulkheads, deck beams, superstructures, foundations, ladders, pipe rails, and many other items.
Erecting hull components on site in accordance with centerline, base lines, buttock lines, and water lines, such as struts, shaft tubes, foundations, and other hull appendages.
Performing flame cutting with the plasma cutting hand-cutting tools.
Performing tack welding with coated electrode, metallic arc, and gas metal arc process to erect or repair vessels.
Developing templates, layouts, and subassembly fabrications.
Occasional travel - This position requires occasional travel.
- Job family (Series)
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
U.S. Citizenship is required.
Applicant is required to meet the physical requirements of the position.
You will be required to undergo random drug testing.
All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of the announcement. This includes Time-In-Grade requirements for current status employees applying through merit promotion procedures. Status applicants applying for a promotion must have 52 weeks of service at the next lower grade.
Applicants will be evaluated on their ability to perform the duties of the position rather than the length of experience. Eligibility will be determined by the relevance, scope, and quality of all experience and training, regardless of where or how acquired. Applicants will be rated and ranked based on their knowledge of the following job elements:
Ability To Do The Work Of The Position Without More Than Normal Supervision (Screen Out Element)
Knowledge of Equipment, Structure, Materials, etc. (includes constructing repair, and forging)
Ability to Interpret Instructions, Specifications, etc. (includes blueprint reading)
Layout and Pattern Development (includes Geometric Projection and Triangulation)
Ability to Use Hand Tools, Power Tools, etc., for Metal Work
Dexterity (Assembly Disassembly Reassembly etc)
National Service Experience (i.e., volunteer experience): Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
This position does not have a positive education requirement.
Handypersons help and assist mechanics with their key roles and responsibilities. Handypersons are expected to have an intermediary knowledge of key roles and responsibilities as well as functional knowledge specific to their trade. Handypersons must also have demonstrated the ability to perform all tasks of Handyperson (2nd & 3rd), Helper (1st & 2nd) and show a desire to learn new tasks.
Key Responsibilities & Functional
Proven ability to perform tasks of Handyperson 2nd and 3rd, and helper
12 months without any written warnings for rules violation
Must have a good performance evaluation
Able to report to work on time each day and have good attendance record
Able to work overtime when required
Able to work with others and in a team
Demonstrate improved trade skills
Ability to comprehend processes and procedures
Able to understand and follow safety rules
Have a working understanding of Tag Out and Lock Tag out programs
Know and understand basic math
Able to read and write
Accomplish assigned tasks under moderate supervision
Have a working knowledge of the WAF (Work Authorization Forms) and its process
Have a basic understand of functional theory – based on assigned trade
Work with shop equipment / maintenance of equipment
Acquire a personal hand tool collection
Must have general knowledge and can demonstrate use of hand tools
Able to work around heavy equipment
Knowledgeable regarding uses of pneumatic, hydraulic and electric power tools
Independently operate small equipment
Help with maintenance on equipment
Operate machinery using good judgment/operator skills
Properly make metal tags
Transport – load/unload – trailers/pallets
Wheels (Hubs/Blades/CCP System):
Assist with proper sling/grommet hook up – hull
Transport hub – trailer/boom dolly
Shafting – dry-dock related
Assist with the method of removal - pad eye placement – select gear
Assist with shaft transporting – trailer/boom dolly
Assist with Deck Machinery (Cranes/Cargo Booms) tasks
Wires – remove/reeve system/blocks
Booms – [ABS quadrennial] remove/install [proper method/gear]
Blocks – remove/reinstall [ABS quadrennial]
Testing – set up, [Navy Test] [ABS Test]
B&A Crane – remove/reeve wire ropes
B&A Crane – boom removal [method/select gear/block/transport]
B&A Crane – testing [set up, test]
Must possess knowledge and experience with electronic equipment the procedure/inspection sheet for: all CIC sensitive, all computers, all circuit breakers, all ac units, all cooling coils, all laundry and all galley equipment.
Must possess knowledge and experience with staging procedures and proper building practices for the QES/Burke
Possess knowledge and have experience with steel repair work and/or piping work
Assist with dock related work to include: blocking, docking/undocking, mooring ships, and gangways/platforms
Assist with hook on for the ship/pier
Painter - Associate 2,3,4 - PDX
Vigor expects all employees to enhance the atmosphere in which they work by living the Vigor Values every day.
Truth: We seek the truth, and we speak the truth
Responsibility: We act on what we know is right
Evolution: We seek mastery, and adapt to a changing world
Love: We care about the people we work with, and the world we live in
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Successfully performs work as an individual, as a member of a single craft, or multi-craft work crew. Performs work with minimal supervision.
1.Complies with craft and shipyard safety and environmental measures
2.Performs sandblast and painting duties.
3.Individually, and as a member of a work crew, blasts coatings off ship hull and tanks to prepare steel surfaces for painting.
4.Tends paint pot and paint equipment.
5.Operates shot blasting booth in shop.
6.Primes and color coats parts in paint booth.
7.Successfully completes sustained work at various heights, including but not limited to, 100 feet.
8.Proper cares and safely uses of hand and power tools and all company property.
9.Prepares surfaces for painting: cleaning and masking.
10. Sets up and operates painting equipment: airless, conventional, brush and roller.
11. Applies epoxy, enamel and industrial coatings.
12. Maintains painting equipment: hoses, pumps, pressure tanks, spray guns and tips.
13. Knowledge of SSPC (Structural Steel Painting Council) specifications.
14. Sets up and operates sandblasting equipment: pot tending.
15. Maintains sandblasting equipment: hoses, nozzles, and gaskets: electric and air.
ESSENTIAL SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Incumbent performs similar work in all areas of the Yard as the need arises.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND/OR KNOWLEDGE:
1.Communicates effectively independently or in a group.
2.Ability to do basic math, i.e. add, subtract, divide and multiply.
3.Ability to read, write, speak, and comprehend English.
4.Shipyard terminology and shipboard familiarity.
5.Proper care and use of respirators and identification of type required for operation.
High School diploma or GED preferred. Two years industrial painting and/or blasting work experience. Proven skills, work history and/or applicable education will be considered in lieu of work experience.
Proficient in both Fire Watch and Associate 1 job duties. Trains and assists with erecting and dismantling staging.
Assists with and/or performs basic pipe bolting under the direction of a Journey Level employee or Supervisor. May perform Associate 1 or Fire Watch duties. Must acquire three (3) additional Ship Repair Skills to progress to the next level.
Proficient in Fire Watch, Associate 1 and Associate 2 job duties. Trains and assists with rigging under the direction of a Journey Level employee or Supervisor.
Assists with and/or performs mechanical bolting under the direction of a Journey Level employee or Supervisor. May perform Fire Watch, Associate 1 or Associate 2 duties. Must acquire three (3) additional Ship Repair Skills to progress to the next level.
Associate 4 (noted in payroll as AS35)
Proficient in Fire Watch, Associate 1, Associate 2, and Associate 3 job duties. Requires general supervision during performance of primary skill, but is able to perform job duties of A-1 through A-3 with limited supervision. (work history and demonstrated proficiency in single skill or trade). Must acquire three (3) additional Ship Repair Skills and 1- certification to progress to the next level.
ESSENTIAL CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
HAZWOPER- First Responder Awareness Level
Four hour fire watch certification, must be obtained within 30 days of hire
Two hour course in pot tending safety
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
1.Painter must transfer tools (deck scaler, scaling hammer, needle gun) to/from area of need. Requires vertically transferring tools (deck scaler, scaling hammer, needle gun) weighing up to (15 lbs.) from (4) to (76), up to 20/hr.).
2.Painter must transfer 2 gallon bucket of paint to/from area of need. Requires vertically/horizontally transferring 2 gallon bucket of paint weighing up to (30 lbs.) from (12) to (60), up to (2/hr.), a distance of up to (40 feet) without mechanical assistance.
3.Painter must transfer 5 gallon bucket of paint to/from area of need. Requires vertically/horizontally transferring 5 gallon bucket of paint weighing up to (55 lbs.) from (18) to (36), up to (10/hr.), a distance of up to (20 feet) without mechanical assistance.
4.Painter must transfer 5 gallon bucket of AF paint to/from area of need. Requires vertically/horizontally transferring 5 gallon bucket of AF paint weighing up to (95 lbs.) from (18) to (36), up to (10/hr.), a distance of up to (20 feet) without mechanical assistance.
5.Painter must layout dry dock electrical blast hoses, bull air lines. Must horizontally transfer dry dock electrical blast hoses, bull air lines requiring a force up to (80 lbs.), up to (1/hr.), a distance up to (150 ft.).
6.Painter must lower/raise 5 gallon bucket of paint in/out of area of need. Requires upper body forces up to (55 lbs.), up to (20/hr.).
7.Painter must operate sandblasting gun, power tools such as deck grinder, needle gun requiring coupling forces up to (20 lbs.), up to (15/hr.).
8.Painter must access tanks, scaffolding, job locations. Requires climbing ladder up to 100 rungs/hr. in (8 hr.).
9.Painter must access vessels, job locations. Requires climbing stairs up to 100 steps/hr. in (8 hr.).
10. Painter must access tanks, bilge areas. Must access spaces with specific entries (15) x (21).
11. Painter must access work locations; works off JLG, scaffolding. Must tolerate heights up to (100 ft.).
12. Painter must access double bottom, bilge areas. Must work in spaces with limited headroom of (36 in.).
13. Painter must prepare, mask off surfaces for painting. Requires repetitive assumption of posture to access a point (1 inches) from the floor up to (60/hr.).
14. Painter must stand to perform painting and sandblasting duties. Requires tolerance of standing posture up to (2 hr.) continuously, for a total of up to (7 hr.) per (8 hr.).
15. Painter must tolerate working environment with inside ambient temperatures.
16. Painter must tolerate working environment with outside temperatures.
17. Painter requires (near/far/depth/color) vision to perform painting and sandblasting duties.
18. Painter must access sandblasting/paint booths, shops, vessels, work locations. Requires walking up to (3.0 mi.), in (8 hr.).
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
ESSENTIAL USE OF SENSES
Talking, Hearing, Vision, Near Acuity (clarity of vision at 20 inches or less), Far Acuity (clarity of vision at 20 feet of more), Depth Perception (three-dimensional vision to judge distance and spatial relationships), Color Vision (if required to distinguish colors for job performance or safety), Field of Vision (if required to observe a large field of vision while keeping eye fixed on a given point for job performance or safety), and Smell.
ESSENTIAL MENTAL REQUIREMENTS
1.Interaction/communication with others: Communicates with others on site to ensure safety/coordinate work efforts.
2.Works alone/independently: Frequently- Works in pairs.
3.Directs/supervises others: Not Required.
4.Repetitive work: Work consists of performing similar painting related tasks throughout the day.
5.Attention to detail: Surface preparation and color choices must be accurate.
6.Flexibility: Priorities changed during the day.
ESSENTIAL WORKING CONDITIONS
1.Works indoors: Frequently
2.Works outdoors: Continually
3.Other Exposures: May be exposed to paints, sand, petroleum, upper extremity vibration (sustained and repeated) with hoses, paint thinners, free silica, asbestos, epoxy, dust, and heights.
4.Safety equipment required: Wears hard hat, respirator, gloves, hearing protection, fall restraint and eye protection. Must wear long sleeved clothing and leather boots with steel safety toes.
5.Operation of equipment/tools/vehicles: Uses hoses, high-lift, shovel, ladder, scaffolding, high pressure water wash, 100 to 600 pound pressure pots, hydro pumps, brushes, rollers, 1-1/4 inch blast hose, blast nozzle, air fed respirators/blast hoods, forklift, sandblast hoppers, vacuum units, D.H. (full face respirator) units, and air mixers (drill motors).
6.Required hygiene standards: Per company standards.
Must have the ability to perform the essential job duties with or without reasonable accommodation and without posing a direct threat to safety or health of employee or others.
Vigor and its wholly owned subsidiaries provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Vigor complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
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Performs the following tasks to finish any imperfections/defects in the fiberglass hulls, decks and small parts. Identifies, isolates and repairs any defects in the surface/subsurface of fiberglass. Cleans and fills vent holes and pour holes. Finishes the weld on the gun'l and transom. Finishes gelcoat blemishes and defects to match the surrounding gelcoat. Uses buffers, DA sanders, and spray guns, wet/dry sanding, finish spraying, pasting and painting.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Operates and maintains tools and equipment
Identifies, isolates and repairs any defects on the surface and subsurface of the fiberglass hull or small parts
Cleans and fills vent holes and pour holes
Finishes the weld on the gun'l and transom
Finishes gelcoat blemishes and defects to match the surrounding gelcoat surface
Handles and disposes of chemicals safely and according to procedures
Perform housekeeping and maintenance in finishing area
May be required to perform other duties as needed
GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
Previous fiberglass or Autobody experience a plus
Manufacturing experience very helpful
Ability to stand, bend, and stoop for 10+hour shifts
Must be able to lift up to 50lbs.
Must wear safety glasses and dust mask
Available to work overtime as necessary to meet production schedule
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Tinsmith (Grades 7 - 9)
This is an experienced position to work in the Tinsmith Trade. Applicants will be assigned any T04 trade function, including (but not limited to):
Fabrication of items made from sheet metal, steel, stainless steel, and aluminum such as hull outfit foundations, lockers, bunks, shelving, ventilation, guards, tables, counter tops, racks, etc, using fabrication sketches and drawings.
Installing items on units or on ships including (but not limited to): shelving, ventilation, guards tables, racks and countertops, layout and install hull outfit foundations, curtain plate and deck shoe, joiner bulkheads etc., using blue prints.
Fabricating and installing main engine and generator exhaust and intakes using fabrication sketches and drawings.
Required – High School Diploma or GED.Required – Minimum 2 years in Technical or vocational training in tinsmith or carpentry trade.
Required – Minimum of 2 years of experience in metal fabrication or installation of steel and outfit items.Required – Must be able to read blue prints in detail.Required – Must be able to read a tape measure, and perform complex layout.Required - Must meet the requirements of the T04 physical task analysis.
External Job Description
Position is for providing technical support to shipboard and shop trades in a fast paced, versatile "Trouble Desk" environment. Programs include Aircraft Carrier RCOH and Active Fleet Carriers. Requires occasional off site travel to Norfolk Naval Shipyard and Naval Station Norfolk.
Designs components or portions of systems and modifies existing designs to develop or improve products and facilitate manufacturing operations. Utilizes computer-aided design equipment and/or graphic tools such as, CAD, CAM, NX, or CATIA.
Gathers information, makes studies, computes calculations, and prepares original rough layouts, sketches to present design proposal. Coordinates design criteria with engineering, manufacturing, tooling, material, and planning group such as ease of manufacture, availability of materials, and contractual specifications. Exclude classifications in which incumbents predominantly perform drafting assignments.
Associate's Degree and 1 year of experience. 2 years of related experience can be substituted for Associate's degree. 4 years of non-related experience can be substituted for Associate's degree. An Apprentice Certificate or graduation from Navy Nuclear Power School can be substituted for Associate's degree.
Candidate shall have good communication skills, display a willingness to learn, lead and have a strong sense of ownership. With appropriate mentoring, the Candidate will be expected to work a variety of shipboard technical disciplines, including but not limited to Distributive Systems, HVAC, Hull Structure, Outfitting, Deck Machinery, ALRE and Electrical Systems.
Proficient in eIR.
Physical ability to frequently visit ship and shops.
Good knowledge of overall shipbuilding processes and methods.
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