- Removing/Installing high temperature, anti-sweat foam plastic acoustical insulation, finishing cement, calcium silicate, and molded sectional fiberglass cloth.
- Removing/Insulating of portable insulation pads associated with U.S. Naval Surface Ship and Submarine platforms in accordance with the requirements of NAVSEA Standard Item 009-11.
- Possessing knowledge of the different types of insulation and lagging materials for the proper applications in accordance with applicable professional/trade standards and practices in a Shipyard or Marine Industrial written instructions.
- Securing methods like wiring, pasting, and strapping along with having the ability of cutting, shaping, irregular bends for pipe, fittings, valve, and other equipment.
- Select amount and type of insulation to be installed as well as method of securing (e.g. wiring, pasting, strapping, taping) according to shape of surface.
- Knowledge of cutting and shaping irregular bends for pipe and equipment.
- Knowledge of removing/installing calcium silicate, molded sectional, blanket fiberglass and preformed fiberglass.
- Knowledge of the use of various adhesives used in the insulator trade.
- Must be trained in typical trade related tools and instruments.
- Experience with schematics and technical drawings.
- Must be able to design and fabricate lagging pads.
- Must be able to install lagging pads on pipe flanges, valves, ventilation systems, and engine exhaust systems.
- Must be able fabricate miters out of calcium silicate.
- Must be able to install calcium silicate and fabricated miters on properly.
- Four (4) years of verifiable experience in an industrial environment i.e., shipbuilding, ship repair, or nuclear power plants performing Marine Insulator and Mechanical work independently.
- Two (2) years of work experience on U.S. Navy ship/vessels.
- Standard maritime training, OSHA 10 hour class.
- U.S. citizenship is required.
- Must be able to pass a pre-employment background and drug screen.
- Must be DBIDS Elig; In-Hand Pref.
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- Term & Short-Term Disability Plans
- Incentive Programs
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Safety is our number one core value. We are uncompromising in our commitment to the health and safety of our employees. We’re dedicated to continually improving our processes, demonstrating leadership, and promoting comprehensive safety throughout our organization. Ameri-Force expects individual accountability among all employees and promotes a dedication to adhere to safety standards. We ask that all team members actively participate in and support the advancement of our health and safety practices. Safety is the responsibility of all employees, including both top management and the individual craft worker.