Shipfitter jobs require candidates to be familiar with all phases of the steel (or aluminum) construction process in the shipyard. Working with little to no supervision is often required as is knowledgeable use of hand tools such as grinders, saws, and shears.
What Do Shipfitters Do?
Shipfitters are primarily responsible for assembling and erecting structural steel or aluminum during ship hull construction. Along with fitting & tack welding the large sub-assemblies which comprise the hull, shipfitters also build all interior structures such as hatches, doors, and bulkheads.
Where Do Shipfitters Work?
New shipfitter jobs are listed below and we open new positions regularly; keep your resume updated and on file with Ameri-Force. Review the shipfitter jobs below or call 800-522-8998
today to speak with a recruiter. Although we offer shipfitter jobs nationwide, most of our local shipfitting jobs are in Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, California, and Washington.