CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Operate various machines including Lathes, Drills, Plate benders, Saw mills, Plasma / Oxy-Act / Waterjet
cutters, welding machines and other fabrication machines. Loads parts in machine, cycles machine, detects malfunctions in machine operations such as worn or damaged cutting tools. Run production lots, communicate with supervisor regarding productions runs, and maintains safe, organized and clean work environment.
RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  1. Perform typical machine shop operations.
  2. Detect and report defective materials or questionable conditions to Supervisor.
  3. Maintain work area and equipment in a clean orderly condition and follows prescribed safety procedures.
  4. Must be able to perform, but not limited to, the following tasks: milling, turning, drilling, tapping, de-burring, sawing and sanding.
  5. Perform inspection of machined products (including documentation of results).
  6. Assist in other work areas, including but not limited to, perform fabrication, lay-up, infiltration, furnace operation and sand blasting.
  7. Perform all other duties, as assigned.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must be able to frequently lift/push/pull objects that are 85 pounds or heavier.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: High School Diploma or graduation from certified technical school.
SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, ETC:
• Must have working command of the English language, and be able to communicate orally and in
writing (basic oral instructions, simple written memos and instructions).
• Must be able to read and interpret drawings, follow routers, use simple math to perform basic
calculations, and use basic hand held measuring tools.
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE DESIRED:
Minimum 4 years of related experience

JOB DESCRIPTION
Electrical Maintenance Engineer to be based in Staten Island, NY
Principal Duties
Key duties will be to undertake maintenance, repairs and improvements of the electrical
systems and equipment at the company’s shipyard. This will include reactive
break-down and preventative maintenance. Typical equipment includes 12 / 24 V DC and 110 / 220 /
440 volt AC systems, control panels, welding machines, cranes, motors, machine tools, PLC’s, cabling,
lighting, etc.
Experience in all types of control systems is essential.
Small installation jobs and the supervision of external contractors involved in major works will be required from time to time.
REQUIREMENT:

  1. Successful completion of a full electrical apprenticeship and attainment of an appropriate electrical engineering qualification i.e. BTEC, ONC or HNC in Electrical/ Mechatronics
  2. The applicant should have at least 3-5 years experience in a similar electrical role in an industrial environment
  3. An understanding of PLC systems and fault finding
    Knowledge of different types of sensors, such as pressure, temperature, and level control
  4. The applicant should have good communication skills and should be capable of working alone and as part of a team
  5. The applicant must hold a full driving license and be prepared for overnight stays away from home work if required
  6. Basic mechanical skills and understanding
  7. Good understanding of Health and safety

EXPERIENCE:
The ideal candidate would have experience in some or all the following:

  1. Capable of reading electrical drawings with a good understanding of electrical control systems
  2. PLC fault finding, Strong Electrical fault finding skills
  3. Working with 3 phase systems and generators
  4. Checking and testing of electrical motors of all types
  5. Electrical regulations 17th Edition
  6. Inverter drives of all types

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  1. Issues supplies, equipment, and material to employees and completes all necessary paperwork for
    stock items issued to be forwarded to supervisor.
  2. Receives delivered supplies, materials, and equipment and confirms delivered good match purchase order specifications for quantity, condition, model number, etc..
  3. Completes all necessary
    paperwork for stock items received to be forwarded to supervisor.
  4. Receives employee returned equipment at shift end and maintains, inspects material for restocking.
  5.  Uses Computer to account for all material handled adhering to strict accounting practices.
  6. Conducts weekly physical inventory counts based on computer monitored re-order listing.
  7. Organizes and maintains warehouse and inventory yard areas for efficient storage and handling;
  8. Maintains labeling system on each stock item, manually stocking inventory items received.
  9. Performs related duties as required

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION;

  1. Graduation from highschool and one (1) year experience in a computer aided warehousing operation, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  2. Ability to understand mathematical conversions.
  3. Able to obtain OSHA required forklift Certification within four months after date of hire.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES;

  1. Working knowledge of inventory control practices; working knowledge of tools; supplies and
    equipment used in the structure and maintenance of welding, cutting, and fabrication activities.
    Considerable knowledge of hazards and safety precautions related to materials and equipment.
  2. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and ability
    to organize items by broad and specific classifications.
    Tools and Equipment
  3. Phone, personal computer, printer, calculator forklift.

Physical Demands

  1. The employee must frequently lift and or move 50 pounds and have the ability to adjust focus and
    awareness of environment at all times.
  2. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, operate tools and objects and occasionally climb, stoop, and crawl.

Work Environment

  1. While preforming the duties of the job the employee regularly works in outside weather conditions. The employee works near moving mechanical parts and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, airborne particles, fumes, toxic and or chemical substances.
  2. The noise level in the environment is moderate but occasionally high.

EXPERIENCE
(1) year experience in a computer aided warehousing operation, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Welding / Cutting Manager
Scope: This position is responsible for supervising and managing the work of all employees in the welding and cutting aspects of jobs. the welding dept. the manager decides the work schedule for employees within these departments, direct the work of the employees, makes technical as well as job assignment decision and supervise the work of the employees within the function, making job performance hiring and firing decisions.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Decides to schedule assignments for employees in the welding and cutting department
  2. Directs the daily work of these employees keeping them on track with a sign jobs work orders and schedules
  3. Uses the work order system for operations to plan track and measure the productivity of department employees versus budgeted estimates for time to complete a task
  4. works with project managers when assigned to complete jobs according to the budget estimates.
  5.  makes technical decisions on assigned welding job needs/tasks, how and what to do, when needed
  6. makes work her job performance reviews, judges and rates employees, make hiring and firing decisions.
  7.  responsible for ensuring that all company safety policies are followed within your area of responsibility, including training, adherence to safety protection equipment, work rules, drills, etc..

Reporting Relationships:
Position reports to:  President
Reporting to this position:  All workers in welding/ cutting Depts.
QUALIFICATION:
Prior managerial experience in ship repair/ship building is required and essential.
Physical Demands of the job:   The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employees sits, stands, uses hands, arms and fingers to perform routine tasks such as computer use, telephoning, filing, as well as working on equipment such as pumps, generators, and operating heavy machinery when needed, Normal vision and hearing is needed and the ability to communicate effectively to others on telephone, in person, or via written communication. This position will normally work in construction shipyards where working conditions are very valuable with temperature extremes, wet environment, noise, dirt and debris from construction activities. Safety equipment use (e.g. hardhat) is required for working in these environments, but care and attention to safety is required by every employee.
Individual key Measures of Performance:

  1. Meeting the work orders for assigned jobs within budgeted estimates man hr.  time on individual job basis as well as overall for months, year, etc.
  2. The safety performance of the department under disposition’s control.

 
This is not the permanent and exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, requirements, or working conditions associated with this position. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the position, the company reserves the right to revise the functions and duties of the position or to increase or decrease the scope of responsibilities when circumstances dictates, as determined by ownership.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  1. The role of project manager is to conduct the entire planning of the job from start to finish.
  2. Document all work orders for all tasks/pieces of the job, and provide oversight for the time
  3. Schedule and budget for the job. The role of project manager is not line management and no one reports to it, rather it works horizontally across all functions and departments to shepherd the job to an on-time and on-budget conclusion. The project manager is the one watching out that the
    whole job is kept on schedule and on budget.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Plan and Supervise new hull constructions, outfitting works, construction schedules and processes from project initiation to launching and delivery.
  2. Supervise multiple projects in coordination with Classification Societies / USCG during construction with emphasis on cost and productivity.
  3. Communicate and co-ordinate with vessel Owners, Class Surveyors and / or USCG inspectors for timely inspections during construction up to launching and delivery.
  4. Supervise day to day operations of steel construction and workers in co-ordination with staff and shipyard engineers.
  5. Prepare reports on daily / weekly progress with effectiveness towards delays
    and corrective actions.
  6. Prepare material requisitions for each project.
  7. Maintain all necessary documentation including approved plans / drawings, material specs, material traceability, inspection reports and delivery documents.
  8. Ensure safety practices are adhered to during construction.

 
SKILLS:

  1. Knowledge of AutoCAD, Microsoft Office tools
  2. Familiar with Classification rules for vessels under construction and vessels after construction
  3. Proven project management skills
  4. Must be able to read and interpret drawings, follow routers, use simple math to perform basic calculations, and use basic hand held measuring tools.

 
EXPERIENCE:
Minimum 4 years of related experience supervising new constructions and steel renewals

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Dry Dock and Surfacing Manager
Scope: This position is responsible for supervising and managing the work of all employees in the dry docking and surfacing/finishing aspects of jobs, including blasting, painting, zinc, etc . , as well as responsibility for and direct oversight of all dry-docking operations, The dry dock/surfacing manager decides the work schedule for employees within these departments, directs the work of the employees, makes technical as well as job assignment decisions and supervise the work of employees within the function, making job performance, hiring and firing decisions,
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Decides the schedule assignments for employees in the dry dock and surfacing/finishing departments
  2. Uses the work order system for operations to plan, track and measure the productivity of dept. employees, budgeted estimates for time to complete a task.
  3. Works with Project Managers when assigned to complete jobs according to budgeted estimates.
  4. Directs the daily work of these employees keeping them on track with assigned jobs, work orders and schedules. , decisions on assigned job needs/tasks, how and what to do, when needed.
  5. Makes technical decisions on assigned job needs/tasks, how and what to do when needed.
  6. Makes worker job performance reviews, judges and rates employees, makes hiring and firing decisions.
  7. Responsible for ensuring that all company safety policies are followed within your area of responsibility, including training, adherence to safety protection equipment, work rules, drills, etc.

 
Reporting Relationships:
Position reports to: President
Reporting to this position: All workers in dry dock/surfacing Depts,
QUALIFICATION:
Prior managerial experience in ship repair/shipbuilding is required and essential
Physical Demands of the job:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the functions of this job, Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions While performing the duties of this job, the employee sits, stands, uses hands, arms and fingers to perform routine tasks such as computer use, telephoning, filing, as well as working on equipment such as pumps, generators, and operating heavy machinery when needed, Normal vision and hearing is needed, and the ability to communicate effectively to others on the telephone , in person or via written communication. This position will normally work in construction shipyards where working conditions are very variable with temperature extremes, wet environment, noise, dirt and debris from construction activities. Safety equipment use (e.g. hardhat) is required for working in these environments, but care and attention to safety is required by every employee.
 
Individual key Measures of Performance:

  1. Meeting the work orders for assigned jobs within budgeted estimates man hr.  time on individual job basis as well as overall for months, year, etc.
  2. The safety performance of the department under disposition’s control.

 
 
This is not the permanent and exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, requirements, or working conditions associated with this position. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the position, the company reserves the right to revise the functions and duties of the position or to increase or decrease the scope of responsibilities when circumstances dictates, as determined by ownership.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
MARINE ENGINEER / PROJECT SUPERVISOR:

  1. Plan and Supervise new hull constructions, outfitting works, construction schedules and processes from project initiation to launching and delivery.
  2. Supervise multiple projects in coordination with Classification Societies / USCG during construction with emphasis on cost and productivity.
  3. Communicate and co-ordinate with vessel Owners, Class Surveyors and / or USCG inspectors for timely inspections during construction up to launching and delivery.
  4. Supervise day to day operations of steel construction and workers in co-ordination with staff and shipyard engineers.
  5. Prepare reports on daily / weekly progress with effectiveness towards delays and corrective actions.
  6. Prepare material requisitions for each project.
  7. Maintain all necessary documentation including approved plans / drawings, material specs, material traceability, inspection reports and delivery documents.
  8. Ensure safety practices are adhered to during construction.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must be able to frequently lift/push/pull objects that are 85 pounds or heavier.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED:
BS Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
OTHER DESIRED SKILLS:

  1. Knowledge of AutoCAD, Microsoft Office tools
  2. Familiar with Classification rules for vessels under construction and vessels after construction
  3. Proven project management skills
  4. Must be able to read and interpret drawings, follow routers, use simple math to perform basic calculations, and use basic hand held measuring tools.

EXPERIENCE:
Minimum 4 years of related experience supervising new constructions and steel renewals

JOB DESCRIPTION:
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT MECHANIC
The employee in this job will perform a variety of activities including service, repair and maintenance of shipyard and shipboard machinery / equipment. The employee shall have the capability to work
independently, and as a team member, reporting to the supervisor.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Perform maintenance and repair activities on various pieces of heavy equipment including but not limited to fork lifts, shovels, high pressure pumps, gantry and mobile cranes, snow plows, man lifts and other equipment including pumps, hoses, valves, winches, small engines, compressors, air dryers, air
    tanks, spray painters, etc.
  2. Fabricate, modify, and install equipment or replacement parts using mills, lathes, welding machines, torch sets, and metal cutting saws.
  3. Perform steel renewals including steel cutting, fitting and welding.
  4. Perform routine maintenance checks as per a planned maintenance schedule.
  5. Keep tools, equipment, and work area clean, organized, and in good working condition.
  6. Perform related work as assigned

PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Ability to use various pneumatic, hydraulic and electric tools
    Knowledge of hydraulic systems desired but not essential
  2. Ability to use measuring tools like vernier calipers, micrometers.
  3. Strong emphasis on safety and use of safety equipment
  4. Some knowledge of electrical systems with regard to safety

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Manufacturing-Plasma Cutter/Press Brake Operator
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Perform all functions associated with operation of the CNC shape cutting machine such as, start- up and shutdown procedures, transferring programs to and from the host computer, setting up the programs to produce required parts, and originating programs from standard shape.
  2. Understand all functions on CNC, i.e. plasma cutting tips/nozzle size and speed charts, kerf settings, amperage settings, standard shapes, keyboard to computer, and appropriate instruction
    manuals
  3. Perform daily, weekly, and monthly operator preventive maintenance
  4. Read prints, determine tolerances, and check plate against prints
  5. Load table to maximize productivity (experience with nesting software a huge plus)
  6. Check material for grade, thickness, and size
  7. Color-code or mark parts as required per routing
  8. Based on the appearance and quality of parts being produced, make appropriate adjustments to the processes, such as travel speed, tip size, tip replacement, gas pressures, kerf compensation, torch height, and other factors as needed to produce the desired quality.
  9. Safely operate an overhead crane and forklift
  10. Communicate problems with CNC shape cutter or any other equipment to lead man, supervisor, and/or maintenance to ensure problem resolution
  11. Uses knowledge of the machine and its characteristics to assist maintenance personnel in maintaining and troubleshooting its system
  12. Uses and understands measuring instruments, i.e. tape measure, level, protractor, and micrometer
  13. Determines optimum plate utilization to minimize scrap
  14. Responsible for safety and environmental issues regarding assigned area, i.e. handling of material, crane use, cutting torch, hot parts, lifting weight limits, proper eye protection
  15. Maintains housekeeping in assigned areas
  16. Perform all tasks as assigned by the Lead or Supervisor as appropriate to training and experience

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  1. Experience with basic measuring-instruments
  2. Ability to read and interpret basic blueprints
  3. Ability to accurately work with decimals and fractions

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Engineer 
Scope: This position is responsible for all engineering and drawing aspects of jobs, once the job has been awarded to the company (after the estimating is done and before the work is begun). Under the direction of the Chief Naval Architect, the Engineer analyses the drawings and specification from the client and prepare all necessary designs and drawings for us to complete the job, making sure that the designs and drawings meet both the demand for accuracy as well as the time schedule for all jobs.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  1. Prepares all fabrication drawings for jobs that require them, using specifications and design from the customer and develop our shop fabrication drawings to complete the job. 
  2. Prepares Work Orders for tasks within jobs and submits to Supervisors/managers for scheduling. 
  3. Prepares Bill of Materials for jobs being designed and submits to Purchasing Manager for buying. 
  4. Assists the President/Estimator/Architect whenever requested in engineering design work for jobs either in the bid stage or afterward to increase our chances to win the bids. 
  5. Responsible for ensuring that all company safety policies are followed within your work area and the entire area of responsibility. 

Reporting Relationships:       
Position reports to: President 
Reporting to this position: None
QUALIFICATION:
A 4-year college degree in mechanical engineering (or equiv.) is required.
Physical Demands of the job:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee sits, stands, uses hands, arms and fingers to perform routine tasks such as computer use, printing, telephoning, filing, etc. Normal vision and hearing are needed, and the ability to communicate effectively to others on the telephone, in person or via written communication. This position will normally work both in an office as well as in construction shipyards where working conditions are very variable with temperature extremes, wet environment, noise, dirt, and debris from construction activities. Safety equipment use (eg. hardhat) is required for working in these environments, but care and attention to safety are required by every employee.
Individual key Measures of Performance:

  1. Meeting the work orders for assigned jobs within budgeted estimates man hr.  time on an individual job basis as well as overall for months, years, etc.
  2. The safety performance of the department under the disposition’s control.

 
This is not the permanent and exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, requirements, or working conditions associated with this position. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the position, the company reserves the right to revise the functions and duties of the position or to increase or decrease the scope of responsibilities when circumstances dictate, as determined by ownership.