* Denotes essential functions of the job description.
Have the mental ability to read blueprints or shop drawings to ascertain the list of parts necessary for fabrication.
Exercise exceptional organizational skills as a means to layout the job order project.
Be able to operate all machines in the Layout department, including but not limited to, crane, shear, punch, hydraulic break press, radiograph torch, manual plate roll, angle roll, plate grabs, MIG welder, grinder, et cetera.
Have the mental ability to use basic math skills and measuring skills to match job order dimensions to the actual plate metal to be used in the design and layout.
Be capable of performing the tasks assigned to the Layout department continuously for a minimum of 8 hours daily, without any back support.
Physically transport the sheared parts to specific machines where the work is to be preformed (e.g. pieces to be punched go to Hydraulic punch, pieces to be bent go to break press, pieces to be cut go to radiograph torch, pieces to be rolled go to the rollers, et cetera; and return the unused plate portions to the plate rack or the yard).
Assign the job order number, the department to process the work, and a heat stamp if necessary, to the various materials.
Have the physical ability to lift and carry plate metal and various other materials up to 100 pounds.
Have the mental ability to compare job order requisitions to inventory in stock and to utilize a bill of material as a means to advise the Warehouse Foreman of any shortages.
Be able to perform a 3G A.S.M.E. code weld in order to tack a rolled vessel shell together.
You can either fax your application to Personnel at
or drop it off at the main Odessa Office.
Career Level Others
Experience No experience
Education No education