From it's humble beginnings in 1944, Pacific Marine & Supply and PSI, have become known as leaders of service excellence and quality in the Hawaiian maritime community. PSI strives for top notch customer service and we know that each person on our team is what makes this possible. We offer a full package of benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance, retirement plans, paid time off, challenging and rewarding work environments, career development and more.
Consider joining the PSI team by applying for a position below and navigate yourself into a new career!
Executes the day to day operations within the structural department as directed by the Structural Superintendent. Responsible for safety, quality, schedule and budget of all assigned work. Assists in the planning, managing, and execution of welding projects and repairs in production with applicable departments, personnel, and customers. Assists in the department's development in trade skills and workmanship. Must have working knowledge of different types of welding, different types of fabrication materials, and of NDT Inspection.
This position requires a dependable and efficient CDL truck driver. Must be organized, detailed oriented, and comfortable working independently. A clean driving record and commercial driving experience is a must.
The Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Technician ensures and enforces environmental, health, and safety regulations as outlined by federal, state, and local agencies and as contractually required.
The primary duties of the Equipment Reconditioning Technician (ERT) are to maintain the physical appearance of various types of powered and stationary equipment to the highest standards- ensuring PSI is professionally represented to customers. In addition, the ERT will perform various planned maintenance tasks to ensure equipment is in the optimum working condition.
Pacific Shipyards is searching for an Estimating Manager to provide leadership and supervisory oversight of the Estimating Department. The ideal candidate will have 10+ years' experience working as a ship repair estimator or similar position and have a passion for business development while leading a team in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. The Estimating Manager will assign and delegate tasks to a small group of estimators and planners. The ideal candidate will set priorities and monitor progress to ensure proposals and bids are submitted in a timely manner. The Estimating Manager will be solely responsible for final submittal of complex cost estimates and bid packages provided to U.S. Navy and commercial customers.
The Estimator/Planner performs estimating duties in specialty construction and repair projects for commercial, industrial, and government entities. The Estimator/Planner is responsible for overall development of cost estimates including, but not limited to, project management, engineering, fabrication, manufacturing, assembly, installation, testing, commissioning, training, warranty, and project close out support activities. This position tracks and manages projects' transaction compliance such as margins, deliverable, and invoicing. Effectively presents information to production, upper management and customers when applicable. Responsibilities include negotiation, organizing, preparing cost reports, and submission of proposals.
The Information Technology Manager establishes the Information Technology strategy for the organization and executes it. Manages the IT Department to support user needs. Ensures the IT environment is secure and protected against internal and external threats.
Maintain and monitor user-end workstations and productivity on local area network. Perform a variety of maintenance, software installation, end-user support and training tasks to ensure end-user workstations and network performance meet company and user requirements. Provide support to staff on all company-support applications. Troubleshoot computer problems, determine source and advise on appropriate action. Complete application project-based work. Perform responsibilities in accordance with all company standards, policies and procedures.
The Industrial Engineer will find ways to improve production efficiency. This qualified candidate will design efficient systems that integrate workers, information, machines, energy, and materials to make products or provide services. Performs under the direction of our Engineering manager.
The Laborer position prepares, assists, and cleans various work areas that may include hazardous materials. This position support(s) all areas of production, i.e. structural, mechanical, blasting, painting, electrical, etc.
Marine Electricians are responsible for the installation, test and repair or marine cables and equipment, installation and connection of lighting, electrical power, troubleshooting and repair of shipboard and facilities electrical systems. The Marine Electrician will be required to use and maintain hand and power tools, various test equipment. Must be able to read blueprints, drawings, and schematics.
The Marine Mechanic is responsible for repairing and maintaining shipboard mechanical equipment. Fixing, servicing, aligning, setting up, adjusting, and testing machines, devices, moving parts, and equipment that operate primarily on the basis of mechanical principles. Inspects, maintains, and repairs marine vessels of all sizes. Works on vessels' hulls, engines, transmissions, navigational equipment, and sometimes electrical propulsion. Must possess knowledge of general mechanics of marine vessels in additional to knowledge of general machines to repair marine vessels and/or marine components, parts, etc. Must be good with a wide spectrum of tools.
A Marine Pipefitter is to capable of planning, layout, fabricating, assembling, installing, repairing, and modifying piping systems, and pipe assemblies requiring close tolerance fit and structural soundness on ships, boats, barges and other floating marine equipment.
Supervises and directs day-to-day execution of activities of machinists and mechanics department in support of ship repair and product fabrication. Responsible for safety, quality, schedule and budget of all assigned work. The Mechanic/Machinist department is responsible for repairing and maintaining shipboard mechanical equipment. Fixing, servicing, aligning, setting up, adjusting, and testing machines, devices, moving parts, and equipment that operate primarily on the basis of mechanical principles. Inspects, maintains, and repairs marine vessels of all sizes. Works on vessels' hulls, engines, transmissions, navigational equipment, and sometimes electrical propulsion. Must possess knowledge of general mechanics of marine vessels in additional to knowledge of general machines to repair marine vessels and/or marine components, and parts.
The Preservation Equipment Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for repairing and maintaining Preservation mechanical equipment. Fixing, servicing, setting up, adjusting, and testing machines, devices, moving parts, and equipment that operate primarily based on mechanical principles. Inspects, maintains, and repairs Preservation Equipment of all sizes. Works on UHP Pumps, Airless Paint Pumps, Plural Component Pumps, Blast Pots, as well as other equipment used within the Preservation Department as directed by Supervisor. Must possess knowledge of general mechanics of the forementioned equipment. Must be good with a wide spectrum of tools.
PSI is the largest privately owned shipyard in Hawaii, with two of the largest dry docks in the state. We have been in business since 1944 and have a large labor force of skilled craftsman with a full support staff of professionals who comprise of engineering, project management, QA, EHS, accounting, contracts, and human resources.
We are seeking a highly qualified Project Manager (PM) to join our Project Management team. The Project Manager will report to the Vice President of Programs and is responsible for the management and execution of commercial and military ship repair contracts ranging from $1M and up to $100M in value. The ideal candidate will thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment with full responsibility for the successful outcome of his/her project.
The PM must be an excellent communicator and leader to establish and maintain working relationships with different stakeholders, including owners, managers, estimators, engineers, subcontractors, supervisors, and production workers. The PM must have experience and knowledge of government contracts, estimating methods, project scheduling, and be comfortable negotiating contract changes with the customer. Additionally, the PM should have experience onboard ships as well as experience with traditional marine engineering and shipboard equipment. The PM will need to read and understand complex work specifications, diagrams, blueprints, technical manuals, test procedures, and NAVSEA Standard Items.
The Project Manager must be knowledgeable of Project Management principles such as scheduling and work sequencing, risk management, performance management, and change management. The PM must be effective in scheduling and coordinating multiple resources such as labor, equipment, material, and subcontract support.
The PM must be capable of conducting daily and weekly meetings with all stakeholders ranging from executive management to customers. These meetings may include production meetings, weekly progress meetings, conferences, and formal reviews.
Painter/blasters perform blasting and painting utilizing marine coating to specified contract requirements. Painters and blasters perform blasting and painting applications as directed by supervision. Must be able to perform all blast requirements and functions utilizing all application methods and identify and correct blast and paint deficiencies as required by the contract specifications. Marine of Industrial C7 sandblasters, C12/C14 painters, and C13 UHP blasters are preferred. Sandblasters must have experience with the use of a variety of blast media. Painters must have experience in conventional, airless, and plural component application.
Pacific Shipyards is searching for a Scheduler to work in our programs department. The Scheduler will work directly with the project management team to develop, maintain, and progress schedules for multiple ship repair projects. The Scheduler will work closely with executive management, estimators, project managers, and production managers to support scheduling activities and recommend changes to improve the efficiency of planning and reporting to the customer.
Supervises and directs day-to-day execution of activities of welders, ship fitters and subcontract workers in ship repair work. Responsible for safety, quality, schedule and budget of all assigned work.
The Tool attendant issues necessary tools/equipment/supplies to various trades within the company and also performs inventory and stocking of the needed supplies for the warehouse/tool room as necessary. A position in this department performs shipping and receiving duties. The Tool room attendant also provides assistance with loading/off-loading of tools, equipment and material upon delivery into the warehouse. The attendant must keep track of the location of each tool in the organization and make sure that there are sufficient resources available for the construction crafts.
Weld metal components with appropriate equipment to fit and join, fabricate, and/or repair a variety of marine equipment and structural components per specifications and in accordance with the production schedule.
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Pacific Shipyards International, LLC. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Pursuant to Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA), Pacific Shipyards International, Inc. invites applicants for employment to self-identify himself or herself as an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, active duty wartime or campaign badge veteran or an Armed Forces Service Medal Veteran at both the pre-offer and post offer phases of the application process. An invitation to self-identify is incorporated into PSI's online application process.
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