- Portable grinder/ bench grinders
- Shop band saws/ portable saws
- Portable drill/drill press
- Receives instruction as to the job and work to be accomplished from supervisor.
- Acquire appropriate tools/equipment and material to accomplish job assignments.
- Ensure job site is setup in a manner that promotes safety and efficiency.
- Performs other tasks as required by the job situation.
- Assist in the cleaning and maintenance of the shop and equipment.
- Must have experience with (NMD) Navy Maintenance Database
- Good administrative skills/ capacity
- Detailed Oriented:
- Ethical Conduct
- Customer/Client Focus
- Personal Effectiveness/Credibility
- Good communication skills
- MS Office
- Typing Speed: Min of 40 wpm, plus 10 key
- Experience with Gov’t & Estimating
- Good driving record
- Good phone skills
- High School graduate, minimum 1 year related job experience
Procurement Logistic Specialist
This position has the authority to commit funds on behalf of the company and its customers. It also requires knowledge and an understanding and compliance with Government procurement guidelines, including FAR and DFAR. Previous DoD Procurement Experience and technical background in the Marine Industry are a plus, including prior Military experience.Candidate should have experience in issuing purchase orders and applying analytical skills to gather information, discern best value, develop procurement strategies, and systematically document all transactions leading to negotiation of a contracts. Effective communication skills are critical for networking, coordination, and team work to meet strict delivery and cost deadlines that could impact the company’s overall profit margins.Usage of Supply Chain Procurement (SCP) purchasing of material and services for construction and overhaul of Marine Vessels. (Barges, Tugs, and various other Support Boats / Crafts). SCP and its Philosophies play an overall roll for providing timely, quality and cost-effective delivery of vessels to the Customer. Procuring the right material and the right time for the best price to benefit the customer and company.
Layout and fabricate metal structural parts, such as plates, bulkheads, and frames, and brace them in position within hull or ship for riveting or welding. May prepare molds and templates for fabrication of nonstandard parts. 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities.
A Crane Operator must possess knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA’s) sufficient to provide a full range of crane duties. The person should also be able to consider factors such as the size, shape and location of the object as well as the availability and strength of the overhead support structures. The position communicates with co-workers in all departments, and maintains a safe, organized and clean work environment. 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities.
Lead Person- Pipe Shop
A Lead person’s primary duties consist of supervising a group of employees on an assigned job. Ensures that workers accomplish required job assignments. Maintains employee time and certification records. Ensures that yard safety rules and regulations are carried out. Carries out other duties as assigned by the Shop Foreperson for the following shops; 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities.
A Rigger must possess knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA’s) sufficient to provide a full range of rigging duties. The person should also be able to consider factors such as the size, shape and location of the object as well as the availability and strength of the overhead support structures. The position communicates with co-workers in all departments, and maintains a safe, organized and clean work environment. Master,1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities.
Lead Person- Weld Shop
A Lead person’s primary duties consist of supervising a group of employees on an assigned job. Ensures that workers accomplish required job assignments. Maintains employee time and certification records. Ensures that yard safety rules and regulations are carried out. Carries out other duties as assigned by the Shop Foreperson for the following shops; 1st, 2nd and 3rd and 1st step class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities of machines.
To remove, repair and/or repair and place, valves, pumps, generators, engines, shafts and other associated auxiliary equipment, test and reinstall.
Ability to use and knowledge of:
Administrative Assistant- Government Contracts
Performs carpentry work required in the maintenance and construction of plant and office buildings and equipment. 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities.
- Receive work orders and prints or sketches for the job. Makes sketches showing construction details for the job. Estimates material requirements and tools or equipment needed to perform job.
- Sets up and operates wood working tools to cut, form and finish job. Erects or dismantles structures, repairs or refinishes walls and structures.
- Installs wood or metal parts. Installs glass or replaces broken glass as required. Erects or dismantles roofing or siding. Prepares irregular scaffolding which may be required.
- Lubricates and maintains carpenter shop equipment.
- Crates machinery and other equipment for shipment.
- May work as part of mechanics team in semi-annual overhaul program.
- May do touch up or incidental painting after structural repair.
- May repair pallets and skids as time is available.
- Assists in blocking for vessels on marine railways and floating dry docks.
A pipefitter’s primary duties consist of fitting pipe. He/she will maintain, install and dismantle all types of pipelines, fittings and hydraulics as required for new construction and maintenance. Carries out duties as assigned by the Shop Foreperson for the following shop; 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities.
- Receives instructions, blueprints, and work orders for the job. Develops working procedures for the job, the materials required, scaffolding etc. Calculates dimension and bends pipe.
- Complies with OSHA and EPA requirements.
- Layout, fabricates, assemble, install and maintain piping, piping systems, fixtures and equipment.
- Works with steam, water, air, fuel, lube oil, sea water, and various chemicals.
- Assembles piping by means of welding, brazing, cementing, soldering, threading and bolting.
- Cuts and bores holes in structures, decks, bulkheads, walls, mains using torch, hand and power tools.
- Inspects, examines and tests piping with hydrostatic, air, visual and other methods.
- Ability to use and Knowledge of equipment types
- Rectifier welding machines
- Portable gas welders
- Oxygen-Acetylene torches
- Ability to use and Knowledge of welding methods
- SMAW -Stick Metal Arc Weld
- MIG -Metal Inert Gas semi automatic
- TIG -Tungsten Inert Gas
- Ability to use and Knowledge of metals
- Steel pipe; all types including stainless
- Aluminum Pipe; all alloys
- Copper to CUNI pipe
- Monel; all alloys
- Copper – nickel pipe
Assistant Operations Manager- LDS
Lyon Shipyard Inc. is seeking an Assistant Operations Manager to assist in the planning and direct operations for Lyon’s Down River Services and improve its productivity and efficiency. This position directly reports to the Operations Manager and assist in managing daily operations, planning the use of materials and personnel management. Main tasks and responsibilities include production, supervision and job coordination, using best practices, financial reporting, personnel management, communications, sales, marketing, customer service and strategic input.
5 years of experience regarding Navy Repair Availabilities. Ability to understand technical documents, technical manuals, and drawings. Experience with NAVSEA Standard Items, FAR and DFAR requirements.
Must possess a valid driver’s license and operate a motor vehicle with satisfactory driving records. Must be able to acquire and keep a Security clearance (DBID) and TWIC.
Demonstrated negotiation skills and Attention to details, Strategic planning and the Analyzing of information.
Ability to multi-task, prioritize, manage time effectively and to identify work priorities in a constant changing environment.
Management: Schedules arrival and departure of vessels. Coordinates and schedules all work on vessel, providing work list for department heads. Liaison between port engineer and department heads. Schedules visit and/or inspections with regulatory bodies.
Estimating: Supplies support on bids. Estimates additional items to the work package.
Billing: Tracks all job cost. Provides weekly billing projections. Prepares, edits and proofreads correspondence, invoices, and related materials. Submits completed invoices to the billing department for payment. Calls on delinquent accounts.
Solid knowledge on ship engineering and operational systems. Extremely organized and excels in time management. Sets short term and long term goals strategically prioritizing each job schedule and coordinating department man hours. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Implements, manages and coordinates the repairs of vessels in a shipyard in a safe manner. Also, familiar with NAVSEA, USCG and ABS.
Painter/Blaster (C7 Cert is a plus)
A painter’s primary duties consist of painting and sandblasting. Carries out duties as assigned by the Shop Foreperson for the; Master, 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities of machines.
- Apply paint, stain, varnish, enamel, and other finishes to equipment, buildings, bridges, and/or other structures, using brushes, spray guns, or rollers.
- Apply primers or sealers to prepare new surfaces, such as bare wood or metal, for finish coats.
- Cover surfaces with drop cloths or masking tape and paper to protect surfaces during painting.
- Fill cracks, holes, and joints with caulk, putty, plaster, or other fillers, using caulking guns or putty knives.
- Mix and match colors of paint, stain, or varnish with oil and thinning and drying additives in order to obtain desired colors and consistencies.
- Polish final coats to specified finishes.
- Read work orders or receive instructions from supervisors or homeowners in order to determine work requirements.
- Remove fixtures such as pictures, door knobs, lamps, and electric switch covers prior to painting.
- Remove old finishes by stripping, sanding, wire brushing, burning, or using water and/or abrasive blasting.
- Smooth surfaces, using sandpaper, scrapers, brushes, steel wool, and/or sanding machines.
- Wash and treat surfaces with oil, turpentine, mildew remover, or other preparations, and sand rough spots to ensure that finishes will adhere properly.
- Cut stencils, and brush and spray lettering and decorations on surfaces.
- Select and purchase tools and finishes for surfaces to be covered, considering durability, ease of handling, methods of application, and customers’ wishes.
- Use special finishing techniques such as sponging, ragging, layering, or faux finishing.
- Waterproof buildings, using water proofers and caulking.
- All duties of 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class at a professional standard.
- Must have the following certifications: C-12 or C-14 spray painting and C-7 abrasive blasting.
Shipyard Competent Person (SCP Certified 29 CFR 1915.7)
Coordinates all work functions in confined and enclosed spaces by performing atmospheric testing to ensure the space is safe for workers and safe for hot work.
- Have knowledge of NAVSEA 009-17 Standard Items
- Conduct Atmospheric testing and space inspections to determine that the area is safe for workers and hot work.
- Maintain and ensure calibration of atmospheric testing equipment.
- Maintains records of inspections and tests.
- Applies gas free work scope process to production needs while ensuring compliance to NFPA 306 and associated regulatory requirements.
- Test hollow structures for explosive atmosphere and recommends safe work practices.
- Conduct training in confined and enclosed space entry.
- Monitor sub-contractors production activities to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements and contractual safety standards.
Must have the ability to climb vertical ladders up to 100 feet. Enter confined and enclosed spaces. Distinguish colors, kneel, stand, squat, crawl in and out of holes, walk up to 5 miles a day, climb stairs, sit and reach. All the listed physical requirements listed are classified as frequent in nature. Must be medically capable to wear a respirator.
The job is performed primarily on board vessels, ships, crafts and barges; however 5% of the job is performed shore side, in piping and electrical tunnels. May be exposed to extreme heat, cold, noise, heights and confined spaces.
Administrative tasks such as computer entry, record retention and filing make up 30% of the job and are performed in an office environment.
Knowledge of vessel configuration with the ability to quickly locate areas on various classes of ships.
Ability to perform all types of welding using various processes. This will include; Oxyacetylene, Metallic Arc, Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) and Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding.
- Ability to complete the Welding process and make adjustments to the welding apparatus depending on the type of weld being performed.
- Ability to regulate gas pressure, select the proper torch tip, pre and post heat as required and weld butt, lap, fillet joints in flat, vertical and over head positions.
- Complete welds on mild steel, carbon steel, cast iron, copper, and their alloys by fusion and adhesion, as well as braze and solder ferrous and non ferrous metals.
- Ability to use jigs, clamps and positioners as well as select electrode.
- Receive job assignments from supervisor and carries out assignments as directed.
- Required to perform routine maintenance on equipment and determine when and what kind of maintenance is needed.
- Must be able to speak to others to convey information effectively so that the job can be completed in the manner it should be.
- Needs to have the ability to keep hand and arm steady while moving the arm or while holding the hand in one position.
- Have the ability to see details at close range while he/she is doing his/her job functions.
- Must have the ability to quickly and repeatedly adjust the controls of a machine or a vehicle to exact positions.
- Be able to quickly move the hand, the hand together with the arm, or two hands to grasps, manipulate, or assemble objects.
- Have the ability to make precise coordinated movements of the fingers of one or both hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble very small objects.
- Must be able to perform 6G6 “steel pipe.
Layout and fabricate metal structural parts, such as plates, bulkheads, and frames, and brace them in position within hull or ship for riveting or welding. May prepare molds and templates for fabrication of nonstandard parts. 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities. 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levels are based on proficiency, knowledge, skills and abilities.
- Receives instructions, prints, and work orders for the job.
- Plans details of working procedures and tools and material requirements.
- Fabricates equipment by cutting, burning, and tack welding various metals.
- Cleans and prepares surfaces to be welded. Sets up, assembles, and tacks weld parts.
- Uses burning equipment to dismantle assemblies and to cut material to size and shape.
- May be assigned to dismantle or cut up obsolete machinery, setting aside parts for scrap dealer.
- Able to read prints and drawings
- Work with little to no manager oversight
- Able to use machinery
- Knowledge to put things together
To analyze, correct electrical problems, and to repair and overhaul electrical equipment and controls.
- Plans details of working procedure by determining replacement needs or new material required and develops a logical approach to correct the problems.
- Analyzes circuits, wiring diagrams and drawings to install, repair, calibrate, service or replace electronic devices and system.
- Receives wiring diagrams, specifications and instructions from supervisor covering emergency and scheduled repairs, installation, and electrical inspection work to be performed.
- Performs work requiring a thorough knowledge of electrical theory and principles, statutory codes, properties of materials and principles of operation of electrical equipment. Starts up and shuts down and in line with OSHA requirements.
- Services electronic equipment by checking, testing, and replacing faulty components, circuits, printed circuit board, and similar electronic devices.
- Installs, repairs, and maintains communication cables, power distribution cables, then splicing pieces as required.
- Fabricates parts if not commercially available, using machine and hand tools common to the trade.
- Determines need for, analyzes, and makes necessary running adjustments, repairs, and overhauls.
- Advises and cautions operators and mechanics about potential electrical problems and inherent dangers involved.
- Notifies supervisor of potentially dangerous electrical equipment noted and corrective action taken.
- May be part of a mechanic team on major installations, working with other trades such as machinist, pipefitters, etc.
- May be called on to do temporary repairs or other work after normal working hours and on weekends.
The Estimator – Contract Administrator develops and administers labor hour, material and subcontract estimates for all proposals and growth work for the ship repair/dry docking industry. Estimates are developed from customer furnished specifications, drawings, contract terms and standards. This position tracks and manages projects’ transaction compliance such as margins, milestones, deliverables and invoicing and effectively presents this information to production, upper management and customers when applicable. The position monitors and negotiates growth and assists the production team.
Basic Qualifications, Skills and Abilities:
- Apprenticeship, Journeyman or Bachelor’s Degree and or 6 plus years of experience in the ship repair industry or on a ship as an officer, port engineer or repair supervisor.
- Ability to understand technical documents, technical manuals, and drawings.
- Experience with NAVSEA Standard Items and familiarity with FAR and DFAR.
- Demonstrated negotiation skills.
- Attention to details, Strategic planning and the Analyzing of information.
- Ability to multi-task, prioritize, manage time effectively and to identify work priorities in a constant changing environment.
- Proficient with corporate productivity and presentation tools.
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Ability to write reports and business correspondences.
- Strong listening and presentation skills. Ability to effectively present technical presentations to a diverse audience.
- Problem solving skills, decision making skills, and strategic Planning abilities.
- The ability to establish and maintain positive business relationships with internal and external contacts is a key component of this position.
- The ability to influence, negotiate, direct and accommodate competing business and/or leadership. Strong influential skills to direct employees not in line of authority. Excellent mediation and conflict resolution skills.
- Strong analytical ability and strong research capabilities.
- Ability to work independently within a team setting.
- Ability to research and interpret contract documents and regulatory publications.
- Strong customer service skills with vessel owners and industry executives.
- Ability to succeed in a diverse team environment.
- Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
- Possess working knowledge of Shipyard production processes.
- Full understanding of production planning and work sequencing processes.
- Ability to identify new processes and procedures required by industry change.
- Strong understanding of various factors that yield a successful bid.
- Strong computer skills extremely useful with emphasis on MS Project/P3, CAD, spreadsheet, and word processing applications.
- Possess a valid driver’s license and operate a motor vehicle with satisfactory driving records.
- Ability to acquire a DIBIDS.
Essential Duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned as needed by the Director/Manager of the department.
- To prepare cost estimates by soliciting, collecting and critically analyzing proposals, contract terms, scope of work requirements, blueprints and other documents in order to prepare cost, time and labor estimates and identify and mitigate project related risk. Provide comparison of cost to perform work in house versus utilization of subcontractors.
- To review and evaluate contract terms, proposal specifications and drawings for government, state and commercial vessels and industrial facilities.
- To analyze in detail the scope of work and to integrate this work scope into a project schedule which determines material plans and schedules workflow for each work package developed. To coordinate the delivery of appropriate project files for assigned projects to production during project turnover meeting.
- To monitor and review FBO, bid boards and others for posted and future opportunities. .
- Perform ship checks, pre and post-bid meetings with the customer, vendors and shipyard personnel in other departments in order to prepare for the estimate. Responsible to interact with other business units as required assisting in the estimating activity.
- Supervise or assist in the writing and completion of technical proposals.
- Present a bid review to upper management.
- Responsible to negotiate contract terms, pricing, change orders, and final settlements with clients.
- To effectively communicate with prospective and existing clients. To follow up with customers on all bids, proposals and pricing information.
- To develop and maintain relationships with various contracting officers, purchasing agents and port engineers.
- To investigate and resolve customer problems with deliveries and pricing.
- Communicate with production, subcontractors and purchasing to verify estimated project cost.
- Responsible to respond to common inquiries or concerns from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community.
- Track and monitor projects, transaction compliance such as margins, milestones, deliverables and invoicing and effectively present this information to upper management and customers.
- Review and monitor ongoing jobs for changes from specifications. Estimate cost of change orders.
- Maintain contractual records and documentation such as receipt and control of all contract correspondence, customer contact information sheets, contractual changes, status reports and other documents for all projects.
- Develop and maintain subcontractor/vendor relationships.
- To provide innovation and original thought within their work.
- To support the production team.