The Assistant Coatings Superintendent will execute the day to day operations within the coatings department as directed by the Coatings Superintendent. This position will be responsible for safety, quality, schedule and the budget of all assigned work.
Assists Mechanical/Machinist superintendent in supervising approximately 15-20 machinists and mechanics work in support of ship repair and product fabrication. This includes but is not limited to: repair of mechanical components, manufacture and repair of components by machining, fabricating components with CNC cutters, mills, lathes, disassembly/reassembly of various shipboard machinery/equipment, and installation/re-installation of shipboard machinery/equipment. Under direction and in collaboration with the Superintendent, supervises union ship workers engaged in mechanical and machinist duties ensuring accomplishment of assigned work on time and within budget. Enforces safety and environmental regulations. The assistant superintendent generates job assignments and communicates to subordinate employees, makes recommendations to the superintendent on matters related to hiring, termination, suspension, advancement, promotion, demotion, discipline, addresses or adjust employee grievances and other supervisory duties as required. In the absence of the Superintendent, will assume duties and responsibilities as directed by the Production Manager.
Produces machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies. The CNC Machinist will need to be able to program and operate a HAAS machine.
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of all facilities' dry docks under direction of the Dock Master.
The Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Technician (Tech) ensures and enforces safety regulations as promulgated by federal, state, and local agencies and as contractually required.
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.
A Marine Pipe-fitter 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.
The Outside Machinist is responsible for the 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.
The Program Manager (PM) has oversight of the deliverables and status of PSI projects, to ensure program goals are met. The PM will execute impactful programs/projects as assigned and serve as a change agent driving adoption of the project's life cycle.
This position is responsible for aspects of a project or projects assigned to him/her including, but not limited to project specifications, materials, manpower, safety, budget, and liaison to the customer(s).
Reports to Quality Systems Manager and monitors operations to ensure that they meet production standards.
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.
The VP of Programs is responsible for oversight of all aspects of the Programs Division to include the Planning and Estimating, Business Development and Engineering departments.
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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