The Welder JM2 Welds fabricated steel components to assemble structural forms in the assembly and production of Navy ship repair and other marine and commercial equipment. Welder JM2 must possess trade specific tools.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS / DUTIES
Operates fabrication shop and machine shop machinery and equipment.
Reads job specifications to determine machine adjustments and material requirements
Setup welding equipment
Fit and Tack parts together in preparation for welding
Remove excess slag
Perform precise fitting work on components
Blueprint & Weld symbols proficiency
Running lines and leads
Train Welder JM1 on advanced welding processes
The Welder JM2 must be able to meet and successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The following physical demands are representative to the position.
The position is active and requires extensive standing, walking, sitting, bending, kneeling, stooping, crawling, climbing, and crouching. Along with such movements, employee is required to lift parts/machinery of up to 75 pounds. Additional demands are listed below:
Able to climb ladders and work off scaffolding
Able to lift, carry, and or push up to 50 – 75 lbs. throughout the shift (including overtime)
* Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions
KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS
Must be certified in Welding
Ability to weld in all positions
Ability to troubleshoot minor welding equipment problems
Must be able to evaluate the use of various resources and make knowledgeable decisions regarding safety and company procedures and policies
Able to read a tape measure
Pass Welder Workmanship Training (WWT)
Able to operate sawzall, 4” & 7” grinders, and various other tools
Able to use Weld Gauges
Flexibility (Job duties & schedule)
Work well with others in all areas where SCW&M is performing work
Follow verbal/written instructions
Able to work independently with little to no supervision
Welder JM2 position has no supervisory responsibilities.
POSITION TYPE / HOURS OF WORK
This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week. Schedule is Monday- Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. / 2:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (swing shifts dependent on work load). Occasional overtime and weekend work may be required based on production needs.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Must be certified Welder
Must have a minimum of 2-4 years of ship repair experience and/or skill set.
Must be able to speak and understand Basic English
Work Authorization Clearance
For E-verify and contract security purposes (including ship access lists), all employees MUST present a valid export document. Acceptable documents are U.S. Birth Certificate, Certificate of Naturalization, Passport, Passport Card and Permanent Resident Card.
Please consider that duties, responsibilities, and all other points specified in this description can change at any time with or without notice.
Category: Marine Welder
NOTE: The following description is a GENERAL Overview of this career and not a description of a particular job posting.
Marine Welders are skilled laborers who use a variety of equipment and methods to permanently join together various metal parts. Marine Welders will typically perform manual welding procedures using Shielded Metal Arc welding (SMAW) or Oxy-Acetylene torches, or use semiautomatic systems such as wire feeder machines. Marine Welders must be able to set up and use this equipment in a variety of positions (such as flat, vertical, horizontal, and overhead). Marine Welding methods include Arc, Metal Inert Gas (MIG), Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG), Submerged Arc, Carbon Arc, and Gas (Oxy-Acetylene). Certified Marine Welders must be able to perform pre- and post-heating, induction heating, surface hardening, stress relieving, and welding inspections. Skilled welders will also perform soldering and brazing operations. Standard metals that Marine Welders join together include all types of steels, aluminum, copper, monel, copper-nickel, bronzes, and cast iron. Each level of skilled Marine Welder (3rd, 2nd, 1st) will require Quality Assurance (QA) certifications.
Typically, Marine Welding careers require a high school diploma.
Typically, the ideal Marine Welding candidate will possess:
- Previous job experience, particularly in a maritime setting
- Basic trade knowledge, such as the use of job related tools and equipment
- A strong work ethic (flexible, reliable, punctual)