This is a great leadership opportunity in the structural/welding departments to help support the Structural Superintendent. Be a part of a growing and dynamic team who focuses on safety and teamwork.

Supervise and Teach Subordinates in various Welding and Fitting Techniques.
• Direct Supervision of Craft Personnel, including manning, timekeeping, task cards, Safety, Time Cards,
Discipline, coordinating all tasks within scope of work.
• Identifies the training and qualifications required to achieve the best mix of capabilities of employees;
coordinates training and testing with Training Dept.
• Train personnel on safety requirements; maintains a safe work environment and enforces safe work and
environmental compliance practices on the job
• Ensure quality of all work meets or exceeds Code requirements as defined in job drawings, specifications,
and procedures
• Ensure the correct application of Fitting and Welding procedures, materials, personnel and equipment as
defined in job drawings, specifications, and procedures is available and or being used.
• Ensure all equipment is working properly and is available to achieve work scope.
• Enforce compliance with consumable storage and issue/control/traceability requirements as defined in job
drawings, specifications, and procedures
• Ensure safety equipment (PPE, harnesses, scaffolding, etc.) is sufficient, adequate, and maintained for the
job and that all workers and site visitors are using required PPE and safety equipment
• Perform quality checks of all in-process work so it meets specifications as defined in job drawings,
specifications, and procedures
• Ensure that all welding/fitting accomplished under his/her supervision meets specified requirements and
workmanship standards BEFORE QC/QA inspection is initiated by monitoring work while in process and
checking once complete.
• Prepare time or job cards, reports, or records


Structural Supervisor must demonstrate thorough knowledge of and compliance with with:
• Blue print reading including fluency in reading and interpreting AWS and MIL-STD-22 weld symbols
and surface finish requirements
• CSI work instructions which may include:
o Lock-out / Tag-out
o Confined space practices
o Oil spill response
o Safe tank opening practices
• Chemist and Competent Persons reports
• Various government and commercial fabrication codes or standards, which may include
o Vessel repair specifications
o NAVSEA Standard Items/Technical Publication “TP248”
o Coast Guard Standard Specifications
o AWS Codes including D1.1, D1.2 and D1.6 minimum
o ABS Rules
o AISC Standards