Fleet Support Group San Diego Shipyard Jobs

Current Job Openings

 

*Pipe Welder                                                                                              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. Weld certifications may substitute for experience.

U.S. citizenship required.

► The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

*Rigger                                                                                         19-004

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.

 

*Shipfitter Journeyman                                                                                      19-018

Minimum 5 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 have basic shipfitter tools.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

*Shipfitter                                                                                                19-017

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 have basic shipfitter tools.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

*Pipefitter                                                                                        19-015

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.

 

*Pipefitter Journeyman                                                                                        19-016

Prepares kit material for jobs based on Bills of Material (BOM) and performs layout and Installation work according to blueprints and sketches. The minimum requirements for this position are: 8 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. Must be able to work all three shifts.

U.S. citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

*Production Welder                                                           19-019

Minimum 2 years of on the job experience.  Demonstrated knowledge of blueprint reading, ship terminology and different metals.  Mechanical ability preferred.  Ability to work at heights and in confined spaces and to access and move around ship safely is also required. Must be able to weld ceramic. Must  have basic welding tools.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

*Production Welder Journeyman                                                                          19-020

Minimum 3-5 years of on the job experience.  Demonstrated knowledge of blueprint reading, ship terminology and different metals.  Mechanical ability preferred.  Welding certifications required.   Aluminum welding certification is a plus.  Ability to work at heights and in confined spaces and to access and move around ship safely is also required. Must be able to weld ceramic. Must have basic welding tools.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Electrical                                                                                           19-037

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.

 

Sheetmetal Installer Journeyman                                                                    19-055

Minimum 5 years’ experience in all stages of rip-out and installation of ventilation habitability-related products.  Capable of managing projects, including materials requirements; coordinating small crews and delegating work to helpers and tradesmen; ensuring that QA guidelines are followed. Must be able to: read blueprints, interpret work specifications, communicate drawing discrepancies, and sketch basic pieces required for task; conduct ship check; and operate hand/power tools and basic shop equipment.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Pipe Production Manager (General Foreman)                                                 19-065

Must have a minimum of 15 years of Navy Ship repair experience, 10 of which should be supervisory level. Requires subject matter knowledge within and across pipe disciplines including, but not limited to, pipe welding and fitting. Must be competent with plans, drawings, specifications, and other technical data. Responsibilities consist of the successful planning and execution of ship repair packages in accordance with provided specifications, budgets, and company established procedures. Extensive knowledge of U.S. Navy ship repair standards/standard items/security requirements also required.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Program Manager                                                                                              19-057

Candidate will be the primary company representative assigned to and responsible for the successful execution of a ship repair program/project by ensuring all activities are carried out in accordance with established specifications, budgets, schedules, and procedures. The candidate will brief Customer Program Managers and/or Management of the program/project status and problems (with recommended solutions) as required. In addition, they must be able to anticipate potential schedule slippage and initiate plans for alternative actions, this includes recommendations for increased manpower or overtime. Must know and understand the company “Values” and “Commitments”. Candidate must have working knowledge of U.S. Navy/MSC/Commercial Ships and their systems. At least three years of previous experience as a Program Manager and 10 years of experience in ship repair is preferred. High School Diploma or equivalent. Four –year college degree is desired but not required.

U.S citizenship required.

► The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Staff Accountant                                                                                                 19-058

Candidate will be responsible for applying principles of accounting to analyze financial information and prepare financial reports; compiles and analyzes financial information to record transactions, prepare reports, and review & verify accuracy; working knowledge of balance sheet and profit & loss statements, and other accounting schedules and reports; revenue recognition pursuant to ASC 606; perform budget and trend analysis, including EAC’s and cost reports; responsible for the adherence to and communication of accounting policies and procedures; month end close reconciliations and journal entries; assist with internal/external audits; support management in preparation of ad-hoc reporting.  Employee must have the following requirements; minimum of Bachelor’s degree in a business related field preferred; ability to multi-task and prioritize in a dynamic atmosphere; intermediate to advanced Excel skills, working knowledge of a fully integrated accounting system; excellent communication (both written and verbal) and interpersonal skills; solid organization/planning and problem solving skills; knowledge of Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) a plus.

U.S citizenship required.

 

EH&S Coordinator                                                                                              19-048

Incumbent will lead environmental, health & safety (EH&S) land-side and shipboard inspections to ensure compliance with OSHA, EPA and US Navy requirements. BS in Occ. Health, EH&S, Environment or related field required. Shipyard experience and an AA/AS will be considered. Eligible to sit for the OHST, CHST, CIH, or ASP/CSP exam(s) preferred.  Completed OSHA 5410, 3095, 3115, and 521 classes preferred. Necessary skills: MS Office, technical writing, perform risk assessments, communicate effectively, clean driving record, and a CA driver license.

U.S citizenship required.

►  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Planner/Scheduler                                                                                                19-059

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 Maintanence Manual 4E specifications, demonstrate at time of interviews the ability to utitlize standard office software, and must maintain current driver license.

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. Must be available for all three shifts.

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.

 

Quality Assurance Inspector                                                                             19-062

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. Manages compartment closeouts. 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.

 

Sheetmetal Mechanic Journeyman                                                                         19-063

Minimum 5 years’ experience in lay-out, fabrication and ventilation and habitability-related products. Set-up and use shop CNC cutting and bending equipment. Capable of managing projects including: material requirements, coordinating small crews and delegating work to helpers and tradesmen, and ensuring that QA guidelines are followed. Must be able to read blueprints, interpret work specifications, communicate drawing discrepancies, and sketch basic pieces required for task, conduct ship check, and operate hand/power tools and basic shop equipment.

◙    U.S citizenship required.

  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is required.

 

Sheetmetal Installer Leadman                                                                                   19-064

Minimum 2 years’ experience managing and 5 years’ overall experience in installation, testing of ventilation and habitability-related products, and knowledge of material requirements.  Must be able to coordinate and schedule tasks between sub-trades and programs. Identify drawing discrepancies, submit inspection deficiency reports, Class F estimates and other required reports. Attended meets to support production such as, schedule updates, restoration, docking, and undocking.  Anticipate potential schedule slippage and initiate plans for alternative actions. Assuring all check points are completed and work with QA to clear TIP’s.

◙    U.S citizenship required.

  The ability to acquire a DBIDS credential is 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 180 days.

 

 

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