What Do Riggers Do?
In the maritime sector, riggers play an important role in safely onboarding and offboarding cargo and equipment on a ship. This skilled trade requires attention to detail and involves knowledge of specialized equipment including pulleys, cables, ropes, blocks, tackle, clamps, bolts, and winches. Riggers may also operate cranes for heavy lifting and require certification.
Where Do Riggers Work?
Marine riggers are found globally either working within shipyards, ports, or aboard vessels. Our newest rigger jobs are listed below. As new positions regularly, you should keep your credentials updated and on file with Ameri-Force. Browse the rigger jobs below or call 800-522-8998
today to speak with a recruiter. Although we hire nationwide, most of our local rigger jobs are in Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, California, and Washington.