Key Roles & Responsibilities
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES
• Forms, fits, and fabricates wood structures or sheet metal components to blueprints to build structural elements of marine vessels during all phases of construction and rebuilds.
• Performs job functions on panel line, fabrication shop, on modular jigs, or on finished assembly.
• Responsible for installation, repair and tear out of all HVAC systems and installation of new build systems to include construction of duct work.
• Studies blueprints, sketches, drawings, manuals, specifications, or sample part to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work piece, sequence of operations, and setup requirements.
• Measures, marks, and scribes layout on metals, plastics, and laminates onboard ship.
• Measures, marks, and modifies existing and new Vent ducting and joins pieces together with rivets, bolts, flanges, and lap joints.
• Utilizes hand tools such as grinders, drills, rivet guns, calipers, scribes, combination squares; and a variety of power and hand tools, especially those commonly used in carpentry
• Responsible for layout, cutting, forming, preparation, and final assembly of all work assignments.
• Works from standard and metric engineering drawings.
• Tacks and minor welding with MIG and Arc Welding processes.
• Uses a variety of forming equipment such as sheers, band saws, rollers, presses, breaks, etc.
• Knowledge of shipyard safety practices, vessel terminology and use of scissor and boom lifts.
• Responsible for safe work practices and housekeeping procedures.
• Work as a member of a team demonstrating skills to adapt, interpret and problem solve.
• Responsible for expressing ideas concisely and clearly, both orally and in writing.
• Perform other tasks as directed.
KNOWLEDGE, SKLLS AND ABILITIES
• Knowledge of shipyard safety practices,
• High School Education or equivalent or vocational education
• Team Player