Shipyard Electrician 1st Class

Location: Panama City, FL
Employment Type: Contract to Hire
Posted 2 weeks ago
Responsible for the successful execution of all mechanical work onboard Navy Ships, Vessels, and Craft by reviewing and executing Specification Work Items, utilizing the technical data packages, drawings, technical manuals and test procedures.

Must possess skills and abilities to perform the requirements of a ship board or airframe mechanic’s trade with little supervision or guidance. Expected to know how to read and interpret drawings, specifications, technical manuals, design notices, etc. Must know and understand the use of all tools of their trade such as precision instruments and torque wrenches.  Be able to accomplish the more complex tasks associated with mechanical and piping installations including the use of precision instruments, shaft alignments (propulsion and / or pump), precision drilling or machining. Be familiar with basic computer skills.

Must have five (5) years experience installing mechanical components, equipment, and materials throughout the Navy Ship, Vessel, or Craft.  Must be able to provide own hand tools specific to the trade.   U.S citizenship/legal Alien required 

The candidate must have five (5) years’ experience in shipboard mechanical repairs to layout, fabricate, and install pumps, piping systems, drilling, crimping, framing riveting, reaming and troubleshoots mechanical systems for conformance to specifications and performs repair, removal, and reinstallation of mechanical equipment as necessary. U.S citizenship/legal Alien required.

Capable of lifting and carrying components up to fifty pounds
Willing to travel up to 60% of the time.

Standing   Under 20 lbs  
Walking   21 - 50 lbs  
Sitting   51 - 100 lbs  
Handling / Fingering   Over 100 lbs  
Reach Outward   PUSHING / PULLING Frequency
Reach Above Shoulder   Under 12 lbs  
Squat / Kneeling   13 - 25 lbs  
Bending   26 - 40 lbs  
Climbing   41 - 100 lbs  
N (Not Applicable)     Activity is not applicable to this occupation.
O (Occasionally)        Requires this activity up 33% of the time (less than 2.5 hrs/day)
F (Frequently)             Requires this activity from 33% - 66% of the time (between 2.5 & 5.5 hrs/day)
C (Constantly)            Requires this activity more than 66% of the time (over 5.5 hrs/day)