Sep 18, 2019
If you are an Electrical Foreman with shipyard experience and want to work for a wonderful company...We have the job for YOU! NSC proudly services clients all across the Nation. We have an outstanding reputation for being an industry leader in providing skilled craftsmen to projects all across the United States. We offer consistent work, competitive benefits, top pay and professionalism. Join our team TODAY! JOB SUMMARY: Installs and repairs wiring, fixtures, and equipment for all electrical services aboard vessels and in shipyard facilities, following blueprints and wiring diagrams: Installs conduit to bulkheads with brackets and screws, using hand tools, and threads wires through conduit to terminals, such as connection boxes, circuit breakers, voltage regulators, and switch panels. Strips insulation from wire ends and solders ends to terminals, using stripping pliers and soldering iron. Connects power-supply circuits to radio, radar, sonar, fire control, and other electronic equipment. Tests electrical characteristics, such as voltage, resistance, and phase angle in circuits using voltmeters, ohmmeters, and phase rotation indicators. May construct and install instrument panels, using hand tools, rulers, dividers, and power drills, following specifications. The above description is general in nature. An Electrician may be required to perform other related duties not specifically described herein. HOURS: Typical hours for an Electrician range from 40 to 60 hours per week. Work that exceeds 40 hrs is considered overtime. A 30-minute unpaid lunch break is provided. TRANSPORTATION: It is the responsibility of the worker to provide his or her own transportation to and from the facility. EXPERIENCE, CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND TRAINING REQUIREMENT: Must have a minimum of 5 years of electrical management experience within the shipyard sector. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: Electricians attend weekly safety meetings and are required to wear safety equipment including: a hard hat, safety glasses, steel toe boots, and ear plugs. Specific safety guidelines for electrical safety are reviewed weekly.
Mobile, AL, USA