Fleet Support Group San Diego Shipyard Jobs

Current Job Openings

 

Lagger/Insulator Tradesman                                                               18-027

Minimum 3 years’ experience of lagging/insulation repair on Navy ships, including removal and installation of bulkhead, piping, pump, and machinery insulation systems. PCMS certification is a plus.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Shipfitter Tradesman                                                                                 18-031

Minimum 2 years of on the job experience including tacking and fitting of bulkheads, railings, foundations, deck plating, and other structural members, and demonstrated knowledge of blueprint reading, ship terminology and different metals. Good burning, welding and craftsmanship skills. Mechanical ability preferred. Welding certification to tack/weld steel. Ability to work at heights and in confined spaces and to access and move around ship safely is also required. Must be available to work all three shifts.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

 

*Production Welder Tradesman                                                              18-032

Minimum 2 years’ experience. Must be available to work all three shifts. Must have aluminum welding experience.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Pipefitter Tradesman                                                                                    18-034

The minimum requirements for this position are: 2 years of prior shipboard/shipyard experience as a Pipefitter; demonstrated knowledge of marine piping systems, pipefitting to Navy standards, ship terminology, blueprint reading, and of different metals; basic reading and mathematics skills and the ability to work at heights, in confined spaces, and on any shift; and the ability to obtain Silver Brazing and Firewatch certifications. Must be able to work all three shifts.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Pipe Welder Tradesman                                                                                       18-035

Minimum 2 years Shipboard/shipyard experience, know marine-piping systems, certify to Tig & able to pass welding test requirements. Must be able to work all three shifts.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Shipfitter Leadman                                                                                     18-036

Requires a minimum of 6 years’ supervisory experience in the Navy Ship Repair industry. Must have working knowledge in 5XXX welding repair; demonstrated experience in use of blueprints, drawings, and other specifications; complete working knowledge of NAVSEA standard items; familiarity with use of Inspection/Deficiency Report creation and management; and familiarity with use of Integrated Management System (IMS). Must be available to work all three shifts.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Shipfitter Foreman                                                                                     18-037

Requires a minimum of 10 years’ supervisory experience in the Navy Ship Repair industry. Must have strong background in 5XXX welding repair; demonstrated experience in use of blueprints, drawings, and other specifications; complete working knowledge of NAVSEA standard items; familiarity with use of Inspection/Deficiency Report creation and management; and familiarity with use of Integrated Management System (IMS). Must be available to work all three shifts.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Rigger Journeyman                                                                                                        18-038

Minimum 6 years of shipboard and shipyard rigging experience.  Must be experienced in crane and forklift operations.  Exceptional experience and knowledge of all rigging equipment; ability to test shipboard and yard equipment.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Planner/Scheduler                                                                                    18-039

Must have 3 to 5 years of experience in ship repair/construction production or programs position; an understanding of work requirements from initial start through completion. Must have strong working knowledge of MS Project-based production schedules. Must understand Navy specifications/standards including: NAVSEA standard items and Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual 4E specifications, demonstrate at time of interviews the ability to utilize standard office software, and must maintain current driver license.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Rigger Tradesman                                                                                     18-040

Minimum 3 years of shipboard and shipyard rigging experience.  Must be experienced in crane and forklift operations.  Highly knowledgeable on the usage of various types of rigging equipment.  Military with shipboard and shipyard rigging experience equivalent acceptable. Must be able to work all three shifts.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Electrical Tradesman                                                                                18-043

3-5 years’ experience and must have an overall general knowledge of electrical requirements onboard Naval Ships. Maintaining and installing various electrical temp services onboard ships is a plus.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Electrical Journeyman                                                                              18-044

5-7 years’ experience at the Journeyman level. Must have an overall general knowledge of electrical requirements onboard Naval Ships, be able to read schematics and blueprints, accomplish ship alterations with minimal supervision, and troubleshoot/repair various electrical systems on Naval Ships. Maintaining and installing various electrical temp services onboard ships is a plus. Motor repair and weld machine maintenance/repair is also a plus.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Quality Assurance Inspector                                                                     18-045

Ensures Quality System is being observed. Develops and maintains the Test and Inspection Plan (TIP), including all records review to certify work. Coordinates inspection requirements of trades and subcontractors with the customer and witnesses tests, and inspections. Keeps the Program Manager apprised of test and inspection status. Notifies the Quality Manager of unusual situations or trends. Initiates requests for corrective action (CARs). Accomplishes special assignments as required. Familiar with the Single Quality System, NAVSEA standard items and related procedures. 8-10 years experience in shipyard quality assurance. Ability to read and interpret work specifications, standards, and references. Current certification to Naval Basic Coating Inspector (NBPI), NDT (VT/PT/MT) or equivalent highly desirable.  Flexibility in work hours. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Demonstrated computer skills in word processing, databases, and spreadsheets. Good physical condition for walking, crawling, and climbing. Ability to get along with and foster good relations among peers, supervisory and customer personnel. Must possess valid driver’s license, reliable source of personal transportation, and be available to work overtime including weekends.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Sourcing Admin                                                                                                                18-047

Minimum 2-4 years of experience. Performs a variety of purchasing duties. Maintains records and files pertinent to purchasing information. Ensures Suppliers have had background checks; are evaluated, approved and monitored based on their capability to meet specified technical and quality requirements. Maintains an updated status of Suppliers by updating the Approved Supplier List. Reviews requisitions requested for accuracy and enters them into the system. Must have a high school diploma and/or work experience in the marine or government services. Must be experienced in Microsoft Office.

U.S citizenship required.

Ship Superintendent                                                                                    18-049

Minimum 2 years’ previous experience as a Ship Superintendent and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in ship repair. Working knowledge of U.S. Navy/MSC/Commercial Ships and their systems. Able to read and interpret work specifications and drawings. Proficient with Outlook, Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, and IMS (Integrated Management System) database. Above average written and oral communication skills. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Physical ability to access heights, work in confined spaces, move within ships safely, and repeatedly ascend/descend ladders and stairs.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

Security Officer                                                                                           18-050

Position available for a skilled Security Officer with a minimum of 1 year security experience. Responsibilities include access control, facility monitoring, and policy enforcement, and customer service. The candidate must have excellent communication, observation, and report writing skills, and be able follow instructions. Be physically capable to respond to emergencies and pass Technical Rescue and Waterborne Security Vessel Training at an operational level. Must have a valid Security Guard card.

U.S citizenship required.

DISCLAIMER: Positions eligible for the Employee Referral Awards Program are identified with a red asterisk (*). Foreman and above are not eligible; Leadman are eligible as long as the referral does not report to them; Employees whose primary function involves the recruiting or hiring of HII SDSY employees are not eligible to receive awards. You must be a current HII SDSY employee at the time of the award payout. Awards shall be paid only after employee successfully completes 90 day probation period.


Excellent company-paid benefits and savings plan

◙ U.S. Citizenship Required for Some Positions

Applications must be submitted in person at 1995 Bay Front Street, San Diego, CA.

Our job openings change frequently based on current contracts.

We encourage you to call our Employment Line: (619) 234-8851, and visit this page again for new positions.

We wish you all the best in your career endeavors!

 

Apply in person to:

HII San Diego Shipyard Inc.

Technical Solutions  (A Division of Huntington Ingalls Industries)

Fleet Support Group

1995 Bay Front Street, San Diego, CA 92113

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