Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY & IMF) is currently hiring with a Direct Hire Authority.
What is Direct Hire Authority? Direct Hire Authority allows an applicant to bypass the standard online USAJOBS application process and instead just forward a thorough resume directly to a PHNSY & IMF hiring representative. Major steps are eliminated and 60-90 days cut from the normal timeline.
Note: prior to ultimately being hired; resumes must meet the criteria of the job, and all applicants must pass a background investigation, job eligibility (USA citizen) and in some cases a physical exam. So take the steps to joining the PHNSY & IMF team, the largest industrial employer of civilians on the island of Oahu. Be part of a great tradition, receive competitive pay, a spectacular benefits package and serve with the bigger purpose of contributing to the defense of our nation!
Current vacancies are noted below:
Multiple job openings/vacancies available as listed below. Please see each job for specific instructions no how to apply. The following information applies to all jobs listed below:
Open: Monday, October 26th, 2020
Close: Monday, November 30th, 2020
Pay Scale & grade: WG-5 through WG-8
Appointment Type: Permanent
Salary: 22.44 to 33.32 per hour
Work Schedule: Full-Time
Location: Pearl Harbor, HI
Number of Vacancies: Many
Relocation expenses reimbursed: No
This is a public notice flyer to notify interested applicants of anticipated vacancies. Applications will not be accepted through this flyer. Interested applicants must follow the directions in the "How to Apply" section of this flyer to be considered. There may or may not be actual vacancies filled from this flyer. Notice of Result letters will not be sent to applicants who respond to this flyer.
This public notice flyer will be used to fill vacancies for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY&IMF) positions in the Production Departments (Code 920, 930, 950, 960, 970, 990).
Positions recruiting for:
Shipfitter Helper, WG-3820-05, or Shipfitter Worker, WG-3820-08
Welder Helper, WG-3703-05, or Welder Worker, WG-3703-08
Machinist Helper, WG-3414-05, or Machine Tool Operator, WG-3414-08
Marine Machinery Mechanic Helper, WG-5334-05, or Marine Machinery Repairer, WG-5334-08
Electrician Helper, WG-2805-05, or Electrical Worker, WG-2805-08
Electronics Mechanic Helper, WG-2604-05, or Electronics Mechanic Worker, WG-2604-08
Air Conditioning Equipment Mechanic Helper, WG-5306-05 or Air Conditioning Equipment Mechanic Worker, WG-5306-08
Pipefitter Helper, WG-4204-05, or Pipefitting Worker, WG-4204-08
Fabric Worker Helper, WG-3105-05, or Fabric Worker, WG-3105-07
Shipwright Helper, WG-5220-05, or Shipwright Worker, WG-5220-08
Plastic Fabricator Helper, WG-4352-05, or Plastic Fabricator Worker, WG-4352-08
Maintenance Worker, WG-4749-05, or Maintenance Worker, WG-4749-07
Painter Helper, WG-4102-05, or Painter Worker, WG-4102-07
Gas Detection Monitor, WG-5205-05, or Gas Detection Monitor, WG-5205-08
Pipefitting Worker, WG-4204-08
Electrical Worker, WG-2805-08
Sheet Metal Worker, WG-3806-08
**Please see the position responsibilities at the end of this announcement.**
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
Supervisor Status: No
Promotion Potential: Targeted to either a WG-09, WG-10, or WG-11 (dependent upon the position)
Conditions of Employment
Must be 18 years of age by the start of employment date as Department of Labor Child Labor laws do not allow employment for those under age 18 in hazardous, industrial areas.
A security clearance is a requirement of this position. Failure to obtain and maintain the required level of clearance may result in the withdrawal of a position offer or removal. If you possess a security clearance, please indicate the level and termination date in your resume.
Successful completion of a pre-employment drug test may be required. A tentative offer of employment will be rescinded if the applicant fails to report to the scheduled drug test appointment. Incumbents of drug testing designated positions will be subject to random testing. Drug test results will be provided to the employing activity/command.
In accordance with Executive Order 12564, applicants selected may be required to submit to a drug test and receive a negative drug test result prior to appointment. Some trades in the Apprentice Program are Drug Test Designated Positions (TDP) and may be subject to random testing for illegal drug use.
Overtime and/or shift work may be required.
Selectee will be required to successfully complete a pre-appointment physical examination.
Selectee is required to participate in the Department of Defense direct deposit of pay program.
Regularly exposed to possible injury associated with handling equipment. Work is usually performed
indoors in a well-lighted and ventilated production shop area. May be exposed for short periods to
outdoor conditions. Regularly exposed to shop noises, dirt, fumes, and vibrations.
Regularly handles weights up to (40 pounds) unassisted, with carries up to (25 feet). Occasionally
handles weights up to (60 pounds). Material handling devices and assistance of other workers are
available for handling especially heavy items. Heavy exertion is frequent. Constant kneeling, crouching,
stooping, and walking may be required.
HOW TO APPLY
*** In the subject line of email annotate: DHA-(Position Title)-(Last Name, First Name).
Example: DHA-Shipfitter Helper-Doe, John
*** If applying for multiple positions, separate emails must be sent for each position wanting to be considered for.
*** Applications not sent in the above format, will not be considered.
Facsimile applications will not be considered.
It is the applicant's responsibility to verify that all information in their resume and documents, are received, legible, and accurate. HR will not modify answers/documents submitted by an applicant.
Failure to submit a complete application package will result in an ineligible rating and loss of consideration.
Email ONLY, no phone calls. For submitting resumes and any questions regarding the position or recruitment can be sent to:
Marine Machinery Mech Helper, WG-5334-05, or Marine Machinery Repairer, WG-5334-08
Electronics Mech Helper, WG-2604-05, or Electronics Mech Worker, WG-2604-08
Air Cond Equip Mech Helper, WG-5306-05 or Air Cond Equip Mech Worker, WG-5306-08
Position Responsibilities :
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic
Installs, troubleshoots, maintains, and repairs air conditioning and refrigeration systems aboard submarines, surface crafts, and ashore to include, but not limited to chillers, refrigeration plants, dehumidifiers, and dehydrators. Fabricates temporary cooling manifolds to support repairs of shipboard systems. Accomplish vacuum and pressure tests of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration systems. Conducts operational testing of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration systems.
Assembly, testing and repairing of electrical equipment, installation of temporary ship electrical cables, fixtures and equipment. May be assigned to shop work, crane electrical work, surface craft, or submarine non-nuclear/nuclear electrical work.
Construct, remove/install, test, troubleshoot, maintain and repair various electrical wiring systems and components, electrical controls, electrically-operated equipment or instruments; light and heavy electrical machinery. Install, maintain and remove temporary electrical and casualty control systems. May be assigned to shop work, crane electrical work, surface craft, or submarine non-nuclear/nuclear electrical work.
Install, troubleshoot, repair and test shipboard electronic equipment and systems including radar, sonar, fire control, communications, and radio. Manufacture, repair, and test various sonar transducers and arrays.
Plan, design, layout, construct, and install containments using clear PVC sheeting, herculite, and other flexible materials. Reupholster furniture, manufacture tool bags, banners, tents, leather articles, items of canvas, naugahyde, herculite and linen.
Gas Detection Monitor
Performs work with environmental evaluations and conducts atmospheric tests to detect the presence of hazardous elements (combustible gases, vapors, and toxic substances for evidence of oxygen deficiencies or enrichment). Evaluates contained spaces, contents, and operating procedures to established requirements to assure a safe working environment.
Manufacture and/or refurbish ship parts/components using machinery such as lathes, milling machines, boring machines, drilling presses, and computer numerical controlled machines. Disassemble, inspect, repair, machine, reassemble, and test components such as valves, compressors, shafting, pumps, and hydraulic equipment.
Hazardous waste handling, equipment cleaning and equipment pump operations on submarines or surface crafts and in shore facilities. Supports the industrial waste handling operations primarily involving bilge waste water and oil, scheduled/unscheduled maintenance of various tanks, waste oil barges, etc.
Marine Machinery Mechanic
Involves the use of the latest technology to install, remove, test, overhaul, and repair the main propulsion machinery, pumps, valves, steam turbines, engines, pumps, and propeller shafts on submarines and surface craft. Optically align and test steam/gas turbines, internal combustion engines, reduction gears, propeller shafts, pumps, valves, auxiliary engines, masts and antennas, torpedo tubes and associated ordnance equipment, and other shipboard components.
Prepare surfaces for paints by sandblasting, and sanding. Apply paints, powder coating, or flame spray to preserve metal, wood, or sheet metal surfaces using paint brushes, spray pumps, and/or rollers.
Remove, repair, install, test/flush, and silver braze piping to all propulsion, auxiliary, and weapons systems aboard submarines and surface craft. Manufacture, install, repair, maintain, and remove all ship-to-shore temporary piping services.
Remove, layout, manufacture, and reinstall hull insulation. Perform Portsmouth plug encapsulation and pre-pots using polyurethane. Apply Plastisol coating to various metal items. Various rubber applications. Remove, layout, and install sound vibration damping tiles. Fabricate acrylic and polycarbonate plastic sheets and round stock. Install laminate composites to wood and metal items. Work with high pressure laminates. Prep, layout, and install Terrazzo, vinyl tile, rubber matting, carpet, and ceramic tile flooring on decking. Build wooden molds, work platforms, stairs, crates, and boxes. Work with reinforced fiberglass objects using fiberglass cloth and epoxy resin.
Sheet Metal Mechanic
Manufacture, install, repair and modify complex ventilation systems, furniture, light gage bulkheads, lockers, and doors on surface craft, submarines, and in the shop. Removes, installs, maintains, and certifies temporary environmental control ventilation systems. Sketch and layout with an NX4 modeling system to program a numerically- controlled turret punch and plasma-cutting machine prior to manual forming. Manufacture various types of label plates using metal and plastic. Follows structural blueprints. Work with different types of metal including CRES, copper, monel, brass, steel and aluminum.
Following blueprints, layout, fabricate, install, remove, and repair structural parts on Naval ships and support equipment. Utilizes similar principles as a carpenter while working with Welders to assemble various types of metal plates, beams, angles, and pipes. Shapes materials to conform to existing ship structures. Work may require use of heavy presses, saws, drill press, and assorted pneumatic and standard hand tools (hammer, wrenches, etc.).
Install, maintain, modify and remove all staging associated with ship work. Use transits and levels to establish working lines and reference points. Check vessel alignment during docking evolution. Construct docking blocks and shoring. Other work includes rough and finish woodwork, and building mock-ups.
Join and cut all types of industrial and marine metals using complex welding and thermal cutting processes during the overhaul, repair, and modernization of surface craft and submarines. Join metals using Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Laser Welding, and Submerged Arc Welding. Cut metals using oxygen/acetylene, plasma and carbon arcing.