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  • 4/23/14
  • Ship Fitter
  • Ameri-Force
  • The SHIP FITTER is responsible for assembling and erecting structural steel during various stages of ship hull construction. In addition to fitting and tack welding the large sub-assemblies that
  • 4/17/14
  • Pipe Fitters
  • Ameri-Force
  • Pipe fitters install, inspect, maintain and repair the system that delivers products or energy in ships, factories, and plants. Pipe fitters also install and maintain valves, gauges and switches
  • 4/17/14
  • Pipe Welders
  • Ameri-Force
  • The Pipe Welder will join sections of pipes through welding. They will fabricate or sculpt metals or thermoplastics through melting. All Pipe Welders will be working with Copper Nickel Tig Weldin
  • 4/17/14
  • Outside Machinists
  • Ameri-Force
  • The Outside Machinists will be maintaining, installing, testing, and repairing mechanical equipment such as pumps, motors, valves, fans, compressors, conveyor systems, etc. 
  • 4/17/14
  • Brush and Roll Painter
  • Ameri-Force
  • Minimum of 1 year of recent Brush and Roll experience in a shipyard Must be able to pass a pre-employment hair follicle drug screening and background check (NO FELONIES) Mus
  • 4/17/14
  • Riggers
  • Ameri-Force
  • The Rigger will need to use proper use and care of chain hoists (1 to 40 tons) to rig steel piping and machinery where cranes are not available. The Rigger will safely rig and move loads. The Rig
  • 4/17/14
  • Pipe Coverer/Insulators
  • Ameri-Force
  • The insulators will be working to install, remove, and repair molded insulation which includes calcium silicate, tempmat, and finishing cement to various size piping systems. This work will be in
  • 4/17/14
  • Marine Electricians
  • Ameri-Force
  • The Marine Electricians must have the knowledge to wire low voltage controls, motor starters, limit switching devices, etc. They will also be able to test and troubleshoot systems. 
  • 4/17/14
  • Welders
  • Ameri-Force
  • The welder will be laying out plans for fitting and welding projects. The welders need skills in using a wide range of hand and power tools as well as welding and cutting tools. Mechanical and an
  • 4/17/14
  • Insulators
  • Ameri-Force
  • The insulators will be working from blueprints or schematics. Work will include but not be limited to: covering boilers, tanks, pipes, and refrigeration units with insulation materials. &nbs
  • 4/17/14
  • Ship Fitter
  • Ameri-Force
  • The Shipfitters are responsible for assembling and erecting structural steel during various stages of ship hull construction. In addition to fitting and tack welding the large sub-assemblies that
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