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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

Marine Electrician 1/2

Date Posted: February 28, 2022

Requirements of the position:

  • Read/write/speak English
  • NAVSEA cableway certification
  • Connector fabricator certification
  • Demonstrate basic math skills
  • eNear vision acuity correctable to 20/20 or better
  • Lift and carry up to 50 pounds of equipment
  • Have a HS diploma or GED
  • CPR Qualified
  • OSHA 10 Qualified
  • Able to pass a security background check
  • Able to pass a drug screen
  • Must have a California driver’s license
  • Must be able to follow specifications, blueprints, layouts, and work orders.
  • Must be able to work independently, or lead work teams to satisfactory accomplish an assigned task with little or no discrepancies

Responsibilities:

  • Understand basic Electrical and Electronic fundamentals.
  • Understand shipboard electrical systems to include both 115- and 450-volt ungrounded systems.
  • Can perform connect and disconnect of electrical gear to include pumps, motors, and controllers.
  • Be capable of Preventative Maintenance Requirements (PMS) on 3000 Series MIPS for shipboard systems.
  • Accomplish inspections and assessment of electrical equipment to include inspections of damaged or deranged electrical systems.
  • Be capable of tag out via TUMS on electrical systems as repair organization representative.
  • Conduct Electrical equipment inspections and labeling.
  • Open, pack and close MCT.
  • Order safety material as needed.
  • Accomplish all facility electrical repairs to include install conduit, electrical boxes jay boxes, light switches light fixtures, circuit breakers, wrong wire, repair controllers as needed.
  • Trouble shoot fundamental electrical components in support of AC /heating and ventilation systems repair.
  • Troubleshoot fundamental electrical component in support of Galley and Scullery shipboard systems.
  • Order material as needed to accomplish repairs of electrical systems and components.
  • Accomplish Alteration Equivalents to Repair (AER) on shipboard electrical systems, reading drawings, following installation instructions, and documenting test and inspections on modified systems.
  • Accomplish the requirements of 009-23, 009-25, 009-36 & 009-73 reports.
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Structural Supervisor

Date Posted: March 1, 2019

Job Timing: Full-time

Skill Requirements:

  • Plan the schedule and ensure material is ordered and on hand to support job requirements as outlined by the ship superintendent they are assigned to.
  • Attend Meetings to coordinate and plan with the appropriate personnel for accomplishing the job.
  • Coordinate with the Production Manager for manpower and ensuring manpower is available and/or used effectively to complete project according to time frame and budget allowance.
  • Conduct  team meetings, execute plans and adjust schedules as necessary.
  • Submit daily task plan before start of shift and submit progress percentage.
  • When necessary, develop schedule of projects and forward it to ship superintendent.
  • Submit list of materials required to accomplish tasks using requisition forms.
  • Submit documentation for change orders and required reports.
  • When submitting IDRs, the Ship Superintendent shall review labor cost on new work.
  • Assist QA Environmental & Safety Department.
  • Coordinate and oversee the inspections.
  • Help maintain customer satisfaction.
  • Submit WAF with any job that invokes Standard Items.
  • Take Paint Samples with any job that invokes Standard Items.
  • TIPs list required on all jobs that invoke standard items.
  • Supervisors are responsible for submitting and following up on IDRs, required reports, and maintaining all relevant documents.
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Combination Welder (Structural & Pipe)

Date Posted: Dec 31, 2018

Job Timing: Full-time (First & Second Shift)

Requirements:

  • Be able to obtain DBIDS and access to the shipyards
  • Demonstrate the ability to setup equipment IAW weld procedures
  • Pass welding qualification and workmanship course
  • Lays out and accomplishes installations and upgrades
  • Reads and works from Basic work Specifications and drawings
  • Possess tools required for the position
  • Comply with all OSHA and Shipboard Safety requirements
  • Other duties as may be assigned
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Bookkeeper/Payroll Assistant

Date Posted: December 22, 2021

Job Timing: Full-time

Requirements of the position:

  • Read/write/speak English.
  • Proficient in QuickBooks/Excel/Word/Google Docs
  • Demonstrate advanced math skills/accounting background
  • Able to pass a security background check.
  • Able to pass a drug screen.
  • At least 2 – 5 years’ experience.

General:

The Bookkeeper/Payroll Assistant ensures that the company’s everyday office activities run smoothly. The Bookkeeper/Payroll Assistant reports to the Office Manager.

Responsibilities:

The Bookkeeper/Payroll Assistant is specifically responsible to assist the Office Manager with the following:

1. Opening/Updating Growth work for Jobs in QuickBooks, About Time & Google Docs

  • Enter job information into QuickBooks
    • Includes POP dates, Ship Sup, Estimator, Contract Number, Overall Dollar Amount & Phase Numbers & Descriptions
    • Enter Budgets for each Phase into QuickBooks
  • Sync QB with About Time
    • Assign appropriate tasks
    • Ensure devices on GB are syncing properly
  • Enter Job information into the work in progress (WIP) Spreadsheet on Google Docs for invoicing and tracking purposes

2. Processing New Hires

  • Enter new employees into QuickBooks, Create folder for new employees electronically & hardcopy
  • Send New Hire Report to State within 20 days of hire
  • Update various spreadsheets including phone lists for supervisors

3. Human Resources

  • Calendar employee PTO
  • Calendar 90 day and annual anniversary for supervisor’s evaluations
  • Coordinate with EHS Officer regarding required training necessary for all employees to meet Federal, State and Customer compliance
  • Run background checks on potential new hires
  • HR issues such as:
    • Employee concerns, comments & discrepancies
    • Workers Comp Claims/injuries on the job
    • Sit in during disciplinary actions

4. Payroll

  • Close out records in AT and export into QB; manually add records that did not export correctly
  • Run Payroll in QuickBooks, pay payroll taxes and employee withholdings on weekly basis
  • Email out weekly paystubs
  • Provide weekly reports to:
    • Approved temp hours to appropriate temp agency

5. Accounts Receivable

  • Create Invoices from COCs and email to respective AP contacts
  • Scan invoices and COCs in job folder
  • SWRMC- create invoices in IRAPT (formerly WAWF)
  • Update status on WIP spreadsheet
  • Prep daily deposits (hard copy checks that are received)
  • Enter deposits into QB and WIP spreadsheet
  • Review AR reports on a weekly basis with the General Manager

6. Accounts Payable

  • Enter all invoices into QB; file open invoices
  • Track due dates and cut checks accordingly
  • Review AP reports on a weekly basis with the General Manager
  • Print out emailed invoices and provide to Purchasing Manager
  • Prepare and enter medical insurance invoices with appropriate breakdowns:
    • Company paid portion for each employee
    • Employee portion collected from each employee

7. Other Financial

  • Monthly Bank reconciliation
  • Monthly Financial; prep and distribute to designated personnel
  • Quarterly Financial reports; prep and distribute
  • Quarterly Tax payments
  • Quarterly Sales Tax payments
  • Monthly Workers Comp report prep and submission to Insurance Co.

Sheet Metal Supervisor

Date Posted: January 25, 2021

The Sheet Metal Working Supervisor is assigned to a ship superintendent and is given a variety of responsibilities by the Production Manager to include an understanding of the complexity of the sheet metal repair environment with the goal of ensuring that a project is completed on time, within budget, and according to the requirements. The Sheet Metal Supervisor must be able to interpret specifications and piping drawings for repairs and installation. The Sheet Metal Supervisor wears several hats. This includes variable hours, short-notice schedule changes, weekend work. Most importantly, the Sheet Metal Supervisor must demonstrate a high interest in satisfying the customer.

Requirements of the position:

  • Work Overtime when required.
  • Read/write/speak English.
  • Demonstrate basic math skills.
  • Near vision acuity correctable to 20/20 or better.
  • Lift and carry up to 50 pounds of equipment.
  • Have a HS diploma or GED.
  • Able to pass a security background check.
  • Able to pass a drug screen.
  • Must have a California driver’s license.
  • Able to work onboard ship; Climb ladders, scaffolds, work in confined spaces and on platforms off the ground.
  • Must be able to follow specifications, blueprints, layouts, and work orders.
  • Be familiar with NAVSEA standard items.
  • Show leadership abilities and excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Can list equipment and tools required for task assignments.
  • Able to efficiently manage work force on multiple job sites.

Responsibilities:

  • Be punctual and work as scheduled.
  • Plan the schedule and ensure material is ordered and on hand to support job requirements as outlined by the ship superintendent they are assigned to.
  • Attend meetings to coordinate and plan with the appropriate personnel for accomplishing the job.
  • Coordinate with the Production Manager for manpower and ensuring manpower is available and/or used effectively to complete project according to time frame and budget allowance.
  • Conduct team meetings adjust schedules as necessary.
  • Submit daily task plan before start of shift and submit progress percentage.
  • When necessary, develop schedule of projects and forward it to ship superintendent.
  • Submit list of materials required to accomplish tasks using requisition forms.
  • When submitting IDRs, the Ship Superintendent shall review labor cost on new work.
  • Assist QA Environmental & Safety Department.
  • Coordinate and oversee the inspections.
  • Help maintain customer satisfaction.
  • Submit WAF with any job that invokes Standard Items.
  • Take Paint Samples with any job that invokes Standard Items.
  • Review TIPs required on all jobs that invoke standard items.
  • Submit IDRs, required reports, and maintaining all documents.

Toolroom Technician

Date Posted: June 25, 2021

Requirements of the position:

  • Read/write/speak English.
  • Demonstrate basic math skills.
  • Near vision acuity correctable to 20/20 or better.
  • Lift and carry up to 50 pounds of equipment.
  • Have a HS diploma or GED.
  • Able to pass a security background check.
  • Able to pass a drug screen.
  • Must have a California driver’s license.
  • Must be able to work independently, or lead work teams to satisfactory accomplish an assigned task with little or no discrepancies.

Responsibilities:

Tool room technician is responsible for arriving prior to employees commencing work.

  • Check out tools via computerize system and issue consumables.
  • Background in electrical to conduct weekly checks on welding equipment.
  • Keep track and request for employee to return tools/equipment being checked out longer than two weeks.
  • Maintain equipment and inventory of consumables.
  • Order consumables when stock is low.
  • Issue safety glasses and hard hats to new hires.
  • Record which vehicles are checked out in the daily basis.
  • Check out and tracks the usage of welding machines.
  • Ensure departing employees have turned in all company tools and equipment and check to see what tools must be turned in or if necessary, pay for the by the departing employee.
  • Receive and label serial number on all rental equipment prior to being sent out.
  • Issue serial number and inputs all new tools or equipment into inventory before being issue.
  • Occasionally transport employees to and from.
  • Dispatch driver with supplies for jobs in the field and retrieves equipment.
  • Ensure weld rod filler materials are being logged and recorded.
  • Oversee maintenance technician & logs and audits.
  • Maintain tools and equipment in working order, occasionally keeps track of the equipment being sent out for repair.

Business Development & Marketing Associate

Date Posted: March 10, 2021

Requirements of the position:

  • Must have 3 to 5 years’ experience with sales techniques.
  • Read/write/speak English.
  • Must have the ability to communicate effectively.
  • Must have good writing capabilities.
  • Must be able to pass a security background check.
  • Must be able to pass a drug screen.
  • Experience in using a computer, Word & Excel.
  • Must have a valid California driver’s license.

Responsibilities:

  • Identify potential leads independently (or with others) through networking, cold-calling, trade shows, public speaking, and/or other sources in the assigned sales territory/geography.
  • Develop relationships with potential buyers and partners (decision makers) through personal meetings, presentations, speaking engagements, business networking, telephone calls, personal emails, personal mailings, business forums and/or other business or social gatherings.
  • Monitor and evaluate industry trends and customer drivers and meet regularly with management to discuss strategy.
  • Communicate with customers on prospective work.
  • Conduct site visits with customers.
  • Market the company’s capabilities (website, social media outlets, email marketing, newsletters, flyers).
  • Write news articles and blog posts for the company’s website.

QA/ NDT Level II Inspector

Date Posted: August 25, 2020

Requirements of the position:

  • Read/write/speak English.
  • Demonstrate basic math skills.
  • Have a HS diploma or GED.
  • Able to pass a security background check.
  • Able to pass a drug screen.
  • Must have a California driver’s license.
  • Able to work onboard ship; Climb ladders, scaffolds, work in confined spaces and on platforms off of the ground.
  • “Hands-on” knowledge of OSHA 1915 Shipyard Safety.
  • Shipboard repair experience as a civilian contractor.
  • Become a certified NDT Level II.

Responsibilities:

The Inspector is responsible for the following, as directed by management and properly trained:

  • Conduct NDT Visual Inspections (VT) & Liquid Penetrant Inspections (PT).
  • Write NDT VT & PT reports.
  • Verify Fit-up Inspection Record before performing NDT inspection.
  • Write and submit checkpoint callouts.
  • Attend IG and VG inspections.
  • Communicate and coordinate with Supervisor’s on Inspection requirements as needed.
  • Review job specifications to identify system requirements for special system / structure as they pertain to military standards in support of contracts for bidding purposes.
  • Ability to read the work specification, verify that the information in the specification is correct by reading the print or drawing identified in the specification. Use that information to assign the proper level of control and inspection requirements.
  • Correspond with customer representatives and production department.
  • Provide support to Production for all welder qualifications.
  • Generate TIPS as “prime” contractor and submit to SUPERVISOR.
  • Conduct TIP reviews with Production.
  • Ensure TIPs get closed out at the end of the jobs.
  • Ensure OQEs are processed properly (i.e. submit Final Checkpoint to customer).
  • Assist as needed with tools needing calibration are submitted to third party supplier to get calibrated.
  • Act as internal auditor as needed.
  • Generate WPS / Job Traveler’s requests.
  • Process “Approved” PCPs in-house.
  • Review PCPs, in-process.
  • Support & conduct welding surveillance using form QF-8213.
  • Comply with EHS and Quality policies and procedures.
  • Assist as needed in new hire orientation and NAVSEA 009 Standards training.
  • Participate in QMS and daily production meetings.
  • Assist and prepare for the annual SWRMC Welding / NDT audit.
  • Have knowledge about shipyard safety requirements of OSHA 1915.
  • Assist with revising, keeping up to date and implementing QC procedures:
    • Measuring Devices Control
    • Test and Inspection
  • Conduct PCP reviews during Production Meetings, as applicable.
  • Uphold all company policies and procedures.
  • Able to conduct safety walkthroughs to ongoing projects as needed.
  • Act as Company Permit Authorizing Individual (PAI) for hot work as needed.

Sheet Metal Mechanic/Installer

Date Posted: August 27, 2019

Job Description:

The Sheet Metal Mechanic / Installer is assigned to a ship superintendent/or sheet metal supervisor and is given a variety of responsibilities by the Production Manager to include an understanding of the complexity of the sheet metal repair environment with the goal of ensuring that a project is completed on time, within budget, and according to the requirements.

Requirements of the position:

  • Willing to work Overtime when required.
  • Read/write/speak English.
  • Demonstrate basic math skills.
  • Near vision acuity correctable to 20/20 or better.
  • Lift and carry up to 50 pounds of equipment.
  • Has a HS diploma or GED.
  • Able to pass a security background check.
  • Able to pass a drug screen.
  • Must have a California driver’s license.
  • Able to work onboard ship; Climb ladders, scaffolds, work in confined spaces and on platforms off the ground.
  • Must be able to follow specifications, blueprints, layouts, and work orders.
  • Can list & possess equipment and tools required to complete task / assignments.

Responsibilities:

  • Show up to jobsite on time when scheduled, follow company procedures.
  • Remove & Install MJ BLKH, ventilation for ships readiness and other ships equipment.
  • Able to follow directions per supervisor.
  • Able to read and understand specifications.
  • Lift and carry up to 50 pounds of equipment.
  • Provide your own tools – refer to Sheet Metal Tool List.
  • Assist QA Environmental & Safety Department during safety walkthroughs.
  • Help maintain customer satisfaction.
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Marine Electricians

Date Posted: Dec 31, 2018

Job Timing: Full-time

Skill requirements
  • Disconnects, repairs, installs, reconnects and tests electrical equipment and cables
  • Troubleshoots and repairs malfunctioning electrical equipment in general shipboard electrical and lighting systems, auxiliary equipment, and propulsion support equipment
  • Lays out and accomplishes installations and upgrades
  • Reads and works from Basic work Specifications and drawings
  • Able to perform more complicated Electrical disconnects and have the capacity to interpret basic multimeter usage and functions
  • Perform basic functions of Electrical tool checkout, repair and verification of equipment Electrical Safe Integrity
  • Demonstrates the ability to work from schematics, blue prints, or other technical directive; including the recognition of general electrical symbols to accomplish new electrical equipment and systems installation
  • Demonstrates and understanding of AC and DC electrical theory
  • Comply with all OSHA and Shipboard Safety requirements
  • Other duties as may be assigned

Marine Electrician Helpers

Date Posted: Dec 1, 2016

Job Timing: Full-time

Skill requirements
  • Using basic hand and power tools including wire crimpers, wrenches, screwdrivers, grinders, utility knives, etc.
  • Running cables, lines and leads, terminations, harnessing aboard Naval vessels
  • Ability to follow detailed instructions from Journeyman Electricians and work independently to complete tasks
  • Reading basic blueprints and schematics
  • Comply with all OSHA and Shipboard Safety requirements
  • Other duties as may be assigned
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Ship Superintendent I

Date Posted: March 1, 2019

Job Timing: Full-time (First & Second Shift)

Requirements

  • Be able to obtain DBIDS and access to the shipyards
  • At least 2 years experience working in the Ship Repair industry
  • Posses the ability to manage personnel, manpower & material budgets
  • Must be efficient with excel & word documents
  • Reads and works from Basic work Specifications and drawings
  • Show leadership abilities & good writing & communication skills
  • Must be familiar with NAVSEA standard items
  • Develop, execute and adjust project plans as necessary
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Purchasing Agent

Date Posted: October 5, 2021

Requirements of the position:

  • Read/Write/Speak English Fluently.
  • Demonstrate Basic Math Skills.
  • Demonstrate Analytical, Decision-making, and Negotiating Skills.
  • Experience with (QuickBooks or other software) to generate POs.
  • Able to Pass a Security Background Check.
  • Able to Pass a Drug Screen.
  • Computer Literate in Microsoft Excel, Sage Master Builder, Smartsheet.
  • At least 5 years of Purchasing Experience Required.

General:

The Purchasing Agent purchases products and services that conform to specified requirements while considering price, quality, availability, reliability and technical support. Furthermore, the purchasing agent is responsible to perform and record stage one receiving inspections for all purchased products.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the purchasing procedure is being followed.
  • Obtain estimates for material and services from key suppliers and subcontractors.
  • Negotiate the best price for products and services.
  • Maintain original requisitions & enter purchase orders in accounting system.
  • Maintain online requisition and rental logs.
  • Ensure that material and services requested meet the applicable contract standards.
  • Track the status of all material and services from the time of purchase to ensure prompt delivery or pick-up.
  • Schedule pick-ups for will-call orders for driver.
  • Oversee, plan, schedule, and manage all shipping requirements; determines best (fastest and /or most cost-effective) way to ship packages; ensures all packaging and crating is IAW applicable standards; furthermore, ensure the carrier and method of shipping is appropriate to support production needs.
  • Perform & record a stage one receiving inspection on all purchased products.
  • Verify the quantity and identification of the product; inspection records, compliance certificates, chemical and/or mechanical test reports.
  • Maintain a receiving log.
  • Maintain a digital library of material certifications.
  • Label material with a purchase order number.
  • Store material in the Customer Furnished Material cage or staging area.
  • Meet with staff and vendors to discuss defective or unacceptable goods or services and determine corrective actions.
  • Match receiving and accounting information to purchase order.
  • Resolve invoice issues.
  • Close out paid purchase orders.
  • Interact with suppliers via phone, email, or in person.
  • Stay current on all product upgrades, discounts, and supply.
  • Maintain cylinders and schedule returns.
  • Evaluate key suppliers and subcontractors during the first quarter of every year.
  • Enter new vendors into the accounting system.
  • Conduct internal audits.
  • Assist the Contracts Department by obtaining quotes for material and services.
  • Attend internal and external audits.

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