1st Class Structural Welder Local and Non Local
1000 Jerry St Pascagoula, MS 39567 US
CANDIDATES ARE NOT TO REPORT TO HII UNTIL TESTING HAS BEEN APPROVED
HII Pascagoula Mississippi Submittal Process:
**Candidates must be available to travel and tested before submission, if craft requires testing.** Candidates should expect that testing results are not reported right away. Candidates should be prepared to be in Pascagoula for a few days after testing.
Contact Yartiza Silva, email@example.com to get the NSC discounted rate of $47.00 for the Studio 6 Hotel in Pascagoula. NSC will not pay advances or Hotel stay until the Candidate has passed the Hair Follicle testing and Craft test.
After Candidates pass the test for class, they will have 40 hours (1week) to complete any other testing. Must be able to pass as 1st or 2nd class not accepting 3rd class
To request testing, the following information is needed.
- Full Name
- Last 4 of social security number
- Skilled Trade they are testing for
- Time and date of testing . HII testing is Monday thru Fridays only 10am and 2pm
Please send the completed HII Packet to Yartiza Silva via email firstname.lastname@example.org She will audit the packet to ensure it is correct and will forward to Soleil to be printed out and taken to HII. Please note that HII is requiring all packets 3 days prior to testing.
The Authorization to Represent does need to sent with the request for testing as this is required to be in the HII Packet for skilled trades.
When submitting, regardless of class the candidate is, should be submitted under the 1st class order. After testing at HII, they will be considered for the class of work they tested as and we will open an order specific for their class.
PPE Gear Needed for testing:
Safety glasses with side shields
Long sleeve shirt
6” high top leather boots/shoes
Long pants that cover the boot/top of shoes
No synthetic clothing
Note: Testers are required to wait 30 days to retest if they fail.
Testing and interviews will be conducted at the HII facility. If candidate is selected for an interview or has passed the testing, the following must be completed and sent to Yartiza Silva via email at email@example.com and uploaded into the candidate profile under Files:
- NSC Drug Test
- Highschool Diploma or GED certificate
- HII MS Professional Package - Found in files tab.
HII requires that the entire packet be filled out, initialed, and signed everywhere that is required of one.
If the Candidate passes scheduled testing, HII will inform NSC they have passed, and schedule the candidate for a Hair Follicle Drug test which takes up to 7 days to complete.
When the hair follicle test has been completed and they have passed, HII will send their offer. The recruiter will be presented with the Offer and the background will need to be started. Medicals will need to be performed immediately after offer is accepted. After the medicals have been completed, the candidate will need to complete NSC New Hire Orientation.
* If candidates do not pass for THC, they will be offered a second chance with a saliva swab screening.*
The candidate is required to go through a sexual harassment class, the class will be scheduled through the Jacksonville branch and the recruiter will be informed of the time, date, location, and any other details about the class.
Additional Information available in the files tab;
- A completed HII packet
- A fillable HII Packet for Candidates
- NSC Welcome Packet
- HII Double Time Policy
- Ingalls map and parking instructions for testing is available in the files
Attached in the files is a form called “Structural Welder Represented Applicant Routing” This form must be sent to Soleil along with the submittal of the packet. The only thing you must do is put the candidate’s name on the top of the form and notate whether they are a former employee or not. The form is Craft Specific.
Shift Available 1st, 2nd
40hrs plus overtime available
Estimated Length of Project / 12 Months
5 years of related experience Required.
Hair Follicle test Required at the HII facility. Testing and interviews are required to be onsite at the HII facility.
An Ingalls Welder is responsible for the joining together of different types of metal materials with a variety of welding processes; the most basic of which are, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) also known as "stick welding” and Flux-Core Arc Welding (FCAW) also known as “wire welding.” The shipyard environment is an around the clock manufacturing setting. Ingalls shipyard production areas at times involve working at different heights, confined spaces, different weather conditions as well as multiple shifts 24 hours a day. As with most every position in the shipyard, a Welder may be required to work either day or night dependent upon the number of ships under construction at any one point in time. Ingalls stresses the practice of working safely in all situations with safety procedures meeting, and most times, exceeding industry standards. Must have the ability to pass a military specification welding assessment in the vertical (3G), horizontal (2G) and overhead (4G) positions.