Combo Welder for Hawaii
Pearl Harbor, HI 96860
Usj-31-B, JCI-012-71-T, and JCI-019-101-TM.; overhead (4G), vertical (3G) and horizontal position (2G).
Has to be approved for DBIDS before testing in San Diego
Accomplish production welding aboard ship vessels and in fabrication shop. Components to weld include but are not limited to structural parts, deck plates, bulkheads and foundations using
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) and Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)
Must be able to work within a team-based environment to accomplish all aspects of welding and fabrication.
Candidates may be required to travel to different sites or Naval Bases.
Preferred Required Skills
Minimum of 5 years shipyard Journeyman level experience as a Journeyman welder.
Must be able to obtain DBIDS credential/Government clearance to enter NAVSTA and Navy Vessels.
Ability to accomplish welding processes aboard vessels and shipboard environments.
Must be able to use hand tools and power tools safely and efficiently.
Must be able to pass a hands-on welding practical test on SMAW, FCAW by way of x-ray NDT within no more than two attempts.
Welding test will consist of full penetration butt weld test plates in three positions each; overhead (4G), vertical (3G) and horizontal position (2G).
Must have own basic welder tool kit.
Must be able to understand, read and interpret welding symbols based on the requirements of Military Standard 22-D and have working experience with Military Standard 1689, DM 10-623B and CG-47 Crack Repair Manual.
Ability to cross-craft between ship fitting and welding.
Ability to interpret and understand NAVSEA drawings/blueprints.
Good communication and good interpersonal skills.
Must be able to work a variety of shifts (1st shift 6: 00am to 2: 30pm, 2nd shift 3: 00 to 11: 00).
Must possess basic reading, writing and mathematical skills.
1.Pay Rate: 21/170 60 plus hourly weekly
2.Travel: plane ticket will be paid by NSC one way. If project is completed NSC will fly them home at nsc expense. If they leave or get let go on their own they are responsible for flight.
3.Sign on bonus: 400 total. 200 hundred will be paid out to employee the day he or she travels that day to Hawaii. And the other 200 hours will be paid out upon 120 hours completed.
4.Lodging: Chris Alavarez will provide details