Available Positions

Listed below are current and available positions for hire at PACSHIP. If there are no jobs currently posted, please try back later.



Must have 3 years recent experience as a quality control inspector or in the pipefitting/welding field. Applicant must possess the ability to become level 2 NDT inspector, familiar with waf's, wic's, Idr's/cfr's and have excellent communication skills. Knowledge of MSWord and IMS is a plus.


Pipewelders must have 3-5 years recent marine experience. Must certify on steel, copper nickel tig sockets and butt joints, socket weld, and steel plate with 11018. Understand weld procedures and pipe joint designs.


Must have 3-5 years recent marine experience in trade. Applicants must possess shipboard mechanical skills and the ability to read blueprints and tech manuals. Positions, aligns and adjusts equipment in place on board ship. Cuts, shapes and drills metals. Assembles and disassembles mechanical parts according to technical manuals. Cleans and preserves parts. Assists welder in joining metal parts together. Performs other related tasks as assigned, some of which may become essential to the position.


Demonstrated welding skills in vertical, horizontal & overhead with flux-core equip. Knowledge of various tool usage and welding procedures. Must pass Weld Plate Test and have own tools.


Observes for sparks and flames during welding and works as a laborer to assist trades; sweeps, hoses and performs tasks related to clean up on-board ship, in dry-docks, on piers and throughout the shipyard. Performs other related tasks as assigned, some of which may become essential to the position. Must be able to complete Firewatch school and pass a certification test. MUST BE A US CITIZEN AND ABLE TO OBTAIN DBIDS (NAVAL BASE) CREDENTIALS


Supervises employees in the fabrication, installation, and repair of sheet metal products and equipment. Supervises, assigns, and coordinates the work activities of subordinates. Plans and develops work schedules, equipment usage schedules, priority of sheet metal expenditures, and procedures for equipment maintenance. Estimates material and labor. Monitors the acquisition and use of materials. Maintains time, payroll, work order, material, equipment, and other sheet metal shop records, and submits reports as required. Interprets department policies to assigned personnel, enforces safety regulations, and adheres to codes and standards. Ensures budgeting guidelines are met; prioritizes expenditures to stay within budget; assists in the preparation of operations budgets.


Must have 3 years recent experience as a quality control inspector in the sheet metal trade. Must have a full understanding of government specs and naval standards. Must be able to read and interpret naval blueprints. Must be able to perform shipboard layout, installations and removals from blueprints and sketches. Ability to work at heights and confined areas and access and move around the ship safely. Inspects in-process and/or finished production assemblies for conformance to required workmanship standards. Verifies the conformance of assemblies in accordance to drawings, specification or established operating procedures. Validates correct documentation completion. Interfaces with appropriate departments to obtain additional information for testing or inspection of product. Prepares inspection records.


Must have 10 years experience as a shop fabricator with the ability to interpret drawings and full understand Standard Items, MIL-STD 1689, MIL-STD 2035 and have the ability to order material from the drawings provided and fabricate structural components for ship board use. Ability to work man hour budgets and schedule. Ability to use press brake, punch, sheer, burning torch and track burner, drill press and other equipment as necessary. Must be a US citizen with the ability to do ship checks at various government bases and maintain DBIS for access to work sites.


Ability to read blueprints, schematics and apply Ohms Law for shipboard applications on electrical & interior-communication systems. Must understand EPISM & Standard Items and pass a written Electrical test. Prefer US Navy E-5 or above.


Must have at least four years recent shop fabrication experience in one or more of the following sheetmetal fields: marine, precision commercial, job shop production. Have a full understanding of government specifications and naval standards. Must be able to read and interpret production blueprints and sketches. Have work knowledge of safely performing setups and operations on all sheetmetal shop equipment. Overall knowledge of sheetmetal trade and ability to understand ship and shop work. Knowledge of drafting, trigonometry and geometry. Ability to perform flat pattern layout. Ability to pass math and flat pattern layout screening and obtain forklift/man lift operator's license. May be required to access and move aboard ship, work at heights and in confined spaces with limited visibility.


Must have 3 years experience in the programming and operation of C.N.C. water-jet cutting machines. Must be able to read and understand marine blueprints.