Machinists, Mechanics, Electricians, Pipe-fitters: Must have Active Secret Clearance

$25.00 hourly
  • Tradesmen International
  • Fresno, CA, USA
  • Feb 24, 2020
Full time Automotive Construction Engineering Facilities General Labor Installation-Maint-Repair Manufacturing Science Electronics Technician

Job Description

Must have an Active Secret Clearance!

$25 hr

$150 per day worked per Diem

Ship fitter, Marine Machinist/Ordnance System Mechanic, Marine Electrician, Marine Pipe-fitter

Trade support shipboard and inside shop supporting projects as required for efforts on various waterborne vessels, surface ships and submarines.

Shop 11 Ship fitter:

The Contractor employee shall be capable of performing removal, alteration, repair and installation of ship’s structure. This capability involves knowledge in the following areas; manufacture templates, layout and fabricate structures and fittings including bulkheads, equipment foundations, hangers, ladders, and stanchions; fit-up and make ready for welding, including chipping, beveling, hand-grinding and cleaning of surfaces to be welded. The contractor shall be able to perform post-weld clean-up of ship’s structural repair areas and remove and reinstall tank access covers in support of other work.

Shop 38 Marine Machinist/Ordnance System Mechanic:

The Contractor employee shall be able to accomplish the following tasks: remove, repair, and install major propulsion, auxiliary, and weapon system equipment in accordance with applicable professional/trade standards and practices on U.S. Naval Surface Ships and Submarines. Install Steering and Diving system components, repair all types of main and auxiliary machinery, including but not limited to capstan, shaft seals, snorkel induction, snorkel exhaust, mast, and various types of pumps, resilient mounts, valves and valve sub-components.

Shop 51 Marine Electrician:

Contractor employee shall be capable and knowledgeable in troubleshooting/testing various electrical, systems, circuits, controls, instruments and equipment, onboard Navy submarines and/or ships components to document test requirements. The Contractor employed shall have knowledge in the types of electrical measuring instruments and of various electronic measuring devices, such as voltmeters, amp meters, ohmmeters, power analyzers, disconnect /reconnect and Initial Voltage Verification of electrical equipment. The employee shall have a working knowledge of electrical trade mathematics and formulas in order to calculate voltage, amperes and resistance requirements and to determine size and types of material, such as controls, switches, distribution panels, fuses, cable and conduit size, determining power source. Each Contractor employee shall have the ability to read and interpret blueprints, sketches, written technical instructions and manuals to make working diagrams and circuits, electrical systems, circuits, controls, instruments and equipment. The Contractor employee shall be familiar with shipboard systems operating requirements, applicable professional/trade standards and practices in a Shipyard or Marine industrial facility

ELECTRICIAN TOOLING:

7.3.1 Electrical Meters-Ammeter

7.3.2 Volt Meter

7.3.3 OHM Meter

7.3.4 Electrical Gloves

7.3.5 Screwdrivers

7.3.6 Cherry Rivet Cutters

7.3.7 Allen Wrenches

7.3.8 3/8” to 7/8” Wrenches (Adjustable and Box End)

7.3.9 3/8” Drive Ratchet Set

Shop 56 Marine Pipefitter:

The Contractor employee shall be capable of installing, repairing or modifying high and low pressure water, steam, gas, oil, or other high and low pressure pipes or fittings. Knowledge, skills, and abilities to fabricate and assemble various piping systems (P-1, P-2, & P-3 as defined in S9074-AR-GIB-010/278) of differing metal which includes: cutting, bending, shaping, alignment, and mounting of piping systems on U.S. Naval Surface Ships and Submarines. The contractor employee shall have the ability to read, interpret, and apply blueprints. Knowledge of brazing procedures and how various metals and alloys such as different kinds of steel, high-strength alloy steels, aluminum, cast iron, nickel, monel, brass, copper, bronze react to different brazing processes and techniques. Have the ability to perform shop mathematical calculations involving basic geometry to lay out angles, arcs, and circles. Capable of inspecting and testing installed piping and associated valves, hardware, and hangers. Have knowledge of how equipment and systems are installed and operated as well as the ability to plan work, layout and modify or repair new and/or existing valves and piping. Shall be trained and qualified to the workmanship requirements for piping installation and fit up as prescribed in Welded Joint Design (MIL-STD 22D), Requirements for Fabrication Welding and Inspection, and Casting Inspection and repair for Machinery, Piping and Pressure Vessels (S9074-AR-GIB-010/278) and NSTM chapter 505.

Jessica Fowlkes