Country: United States
Fabricates, installs and repairs rigging and weight handling gear on ships
Attaches hoists and pulling gear to lift, move, remove, install or position machinery, equipment, structural parts and order heavy loads
Selects and attaches chainfalls, jacks, rollers, levers and/or pulleys
Signals cranes or other equipment to move loads
Controls movement of heavy equipment through narrow openings or in confined spaces
Lays out and handles lines on cleats or bollards and hauls in ships
Installs or repairs ships- rigging such as mast on antenna wires, small boat handling gear, shipboard cranes, winches, windless, replenishment and weight handling equipment
Move barges and derricks with tug boats and yard boats
Works in engine rooms, boiler rooms, aloft or in confined spaces
Thorough knowledge of shackles, ropes, steamboat jacks, hydraulic jacks, turnbuckles, rollers, chainfalls, clamps, swivels, crane signals, shipboard nomenclature, forklifts and aerial lifts
Splice ropes, tying knots
Minimum 5 years of rigging experience in a shipyard
Must have or be eligible for DBIDS badge and OSHA 10 hour maritime
Must be able to pass background check and drug test
Rigger I and Signalman I certifications required
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EOE/DFW/ / F / Vet / Disabled Employer
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