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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 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 onboard 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.

Director of Safety & Environmental

Job Summary

Ensures that employees have a safe work environment and compliance with OSHA, EPA, APCD, and the company's accident prevention program. This includes supervision of inspectors, safety/environmental programs, and training. Assists the company’s liability, USL&H, and Worker’s Compensation carriers with the company’s claims. Ensures company is in compliance with all occupational and environmental regulatory agencies, including OSHA, EPA, Dept. of Transportation, APCD, etc. Provides assistance and limited supervision to Safety Manager in Puget Sound, Washington, with compliance with the company’s programs.

Position requires extensive knowledge of the principles and practices of industrial safety, knowledge of CAL/OSHA and FED/OSHA regulations and standards. Should be familiar with EPA, APCD, and DOT regulations. Incumbent should possess excellent writing skills in order to communicate effectively with all regulatory agencies. Requires sufficient length of experience to understand work methods and suggest modifications in work methods, and administer a broadly based safety/environmental programs. Must possess knowledge of USL&H/workers' compensation laws, including claims and report filing. Working knowledge of MS Office.

• College Degree in Occupational Safety/Environmental Sciences is
preferred but not required.
• OSHA 5400
• Qualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner (QISP)
• Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist
• Other qualifications preferred include: Certified Safety
Professional, Shipyard Competent Person Certification
• Prior shipyard/maritime work experience is required
• Must be a US Citizen
• Must be able obtain DBID Credentials to access Government
• Must pass pre-employment Drug Screen and Physical
Essential Job Tasks & Responsibilities
• Administers the company's accident prevention program by supervising
inspectors, conducts safety training of new hires and supervisors,
solves safety/environmental-related problems, conducts
safety/environmental compliance inspections, interfacing with Naval
personnel on job safety/environmental related items, provide
materials for safety/environmental meetings, and approving items
relating to personal protective equipment.
• Investigates all major accidents, initiates accident reports and
maintains contact with the insurance companies to ensure timely
processing of claims.
• Conducts safety meeting with company safety committee. Chairs the
committee. Notes and takes action on safety/environmental concerns.
• Conducts yard safety inspections. Notes and recommends corrective
action for safety violations.
• Maintains and keeps up to date all records required by City, County,
State, Federal regulatory agencies.
• Represents management on all regulatory inspections.

Physical/Mental Involvement & Environmental Factors
Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, employees are regularly required to sit, walk and stand; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands repetitively to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; reach with hands and arms; and lift up to 25 pounds. Climbing ladders and stairs, walking on ships, bending, crouching, crawling, pulling, pushing, and twisting.
Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this job, employees are regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve non-routine and complex office administrative problems; use math and mathematical reasoning; observe and interpret situations; learn and apply new information or skills; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; work under intensive deadlines with frequent interruptions; and interact with staff, the public, and others encountered in the course of work, some of whom may be dissatisfied or abusive individuals.

Work Environment: Employees work under typical office conditions, and the noise level is usually quiet. In certain assignments, an employee may occasionally work near moving equipment and be exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals, biological hazards, airborne fumes, outdoor weather conditions and loud, prolonged noise.


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


The ideal candidate should have all-around U.S. Navy ship repair knowledge. Applicant must possess excellent communication skills and the ability to relate well with shipyard trades, subcontractors and vendors. A minimum of 5 years experience in ship repair is required. Understanding of NAVSEA Standard Items is required. Must be able to read and interpret technical manuals, drawings and specifications and perform basic business math calculations (percentages, markups, etc.) Must be able to conduct detailed research and develop the various components of a final estimate. Knowledge of MS Office programs specifically Excel. Availability to work extended and weekend hours as needed. Position requires the physical ability to move throughout ship. Travel for out-of-area ship checks. Capable of passing drug screen, physical and routine background check associated with credentialing process for government installation access (i.e., DBIDS)