Job Description

Ability to apply basic machine shop math
Demonstrates layout proficiency
Disassembles various types of equipment and machinery common to maritime vessels and/or general industry including but not limited to pumps, valves, winches, gear boxes
Assists in determining repairs and required to bring equipment to rebuilt status
Proficient at setup and operation of drill presses
Applies knowledge of materials including but not limited to bronze, brass, steel (mild and heat-treated), and stainless steels in fabrication and repairs
Responsible for the application and care of all standard shop measuring and hand tools
Properly cares for and safely uses hand and power tools and all company property
Works with other crafts
Overhaul, maintenance, testing of pumps, valves, turbines, condensers, shafts, rudders, winches
Lays out passage holes on bulkheads, decks, and other surfaces for connections, such as shafting and steam lines
Installs below deck auxiliaries, such as evaporators, stills, heaters, pumps, condensers, and boilers and connects them to steam pipe systems
Remove, repair, modify or overhaul various types of marine shipboard equipment and system such as valves, pumps, hydraulics, turbines, reduction gears, generators, anchor windlass and steering gears
Set up and operate portable machining tools and equipment
Troubleshooting and repairing a variety of mechanical equipment may include ANSI pumps, various types of compressors, blowers, fans, gearboxes, extruders, mixers, agitators, and blenders
Understand and act upon instruction
Work independently to complete responsibilities
Other duties as assigned
Candidate must possess 2 or more years experience as a marine outside machinist.
Dry dock experience on shafts, rudders, stabilizers, and propellers is preferred.
Able to dissemble, repair, and install various types of equipment and machinery such as pumps, valves, winches, and gear boxes.
Capable of reading and interpreting blueprints and schematic drawings.
Must have own tools
Ability to work at heights, in confined spaces and observe ships working protocol.
Must be safety harness trained, respirator fit, and OSHA 10 certified
Must have Shipfitter knowledge as it is a combination job
Must pass background and be able to obtain DBIDS and pass drug screen
Must be a US Citizen

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