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All personnel in this group shall be graduates of high school or GED equivalence.
Two (2) years of experience after achieving journeyman status as an insulator. Journeyman’s level of skill is developed from both formal training and work experience. The term Journeyman is specifically defined as a term applied to a worker who has completed a specified training program as an APPRENTICE MASTER TITLE (any industry) in learning a trade or craft, or can give written proof of five years of qualifying experience for such trade or craft.
Ship maintenance and repair experience of 2 or more years working on U.S. Naval vessels.
Ability to read and Interpret Blueprints and technical specifications
Understand the insulating products and proper application of protective coatings and coverings such as foam, fiberglass and cloth with mud.
Use of industrial sewing machines to manufacture insulating pads for piping and component application.
Layout, cut, and manufacture insulating blankets for tanks and components.
Use of glue and adhesives.
Understanding how to fabricate wire mesh configurations and corner beads.
1. Lead, Arsenic, Cadmium, Chromates and Beryllium - Trained and qualified to work in an environment where heavy metals exist (e.g., lead, arsenic, cadmium, chromates, beryllium), in accordance with OSHA, federal, state, and local standards and requirements for shipyard work
2. Negative Pressure Respirator - contractor personnel provided must be trained in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.134
3. Confined Space Safety - contractor personnel provided must be trained in accordance
ORBIS offers an excellent benefits package and competitive salary in a professional atmosphere.