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|Job Ref:||16-10369||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Industry:||Aerospace||Country:||United States||County/State:||Florida||City:||Jacksonville||Address:||Post Date:||16/10/2016 05:11|
Operates a variety of diesel electric cranes, including portal, tower, mobile, mobile (auxiliary), overhead (cab), overhead (floor), to lift and move heavy objects and machinery. Responds to ground signals to rotate boom, alter angle of boom, repositions crane and raise and lowers load. Inspects crane for defective parts and performs simple maintenance. Performs other related tasks as assigned, some of which may become essential to the position.|
A. Operates a variety of cranes requiring rotating and altering angle of boom in response to radio or hand signals to raise, lower, and transfer loads such as pallets and gang boxes.
B. Routinely inspects crane and performs minor maintenance, cleans windows, makes basic repairs.
C. Rig's machinery in and out of ships.
D. Sets up machinery including changing boom lengths.
E. Rigging materials, machinery to be moved, hand tools, cranes.
Typically has a high school diploma or equivalent. Minimum 5 years Shipyard Experience.
A. Ability to read and write, comprehend and react quickly to warning signals and verbal instructions (in English) required.
B. Must be able to coordinate hand, foot and eye movement.
C. Must have knowledge of mechanical and crane operation principles.
D. Class A license to drive cranes on city streets preferred.
E. NASSCO training and certification will be required.
F. Crane Operator experience preferred.
G. Climbing, balancing, and lifting.
H. Lifting body weight, sitting, reaching, pushing/pulling, standing, walking, leaning and seeing (to maintain visual contact with load), eye/hand/foot coordination, handling, hearing, speaking, and seeing.
I. Maintaining constant safety awareness.
J. Exposure to wind, rain, ambient temperatures such as extreme heat and cold, wet and humid conditions, dust, toxic/caustic chemicals.
K. Works at heights of up to 260' on piers or barges.
L. Exposed to constant machinery noise and noise from other trades.
M. Standing, walking, climbing, balancing, bending, stooping, pushing, pulling, crouching, reaching, handling, seeing.
N. Planning sequence and maintaining safety awareness.
O. Basic hand tools, gloves, lubricating oil, log books, various cranes, load chart, materials to be moved.
Must be able to gain access to all work locations including government and private ship
years and/or vessels.