Elevate Workforce is looking for up to 20 TRAVELING Entry Level Industrial Laborers! Applicants will be required to take a 3 day course prior to starting their position.
- HAVE PREVIOUS INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE
- HAVE A TWIC CARD
- BE ABLE TO PASS A HAIR FOLLICLE DRUG TEST
- BE ABLE TO PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK
- HAVE A VALID ID THAT DOES NOT EXPIRE IN THE NEXT 6 MONTHS
Type: 3-5 months TRAVELING
TRANSPORTATION AND LODGING WILL BE PROVIDED
- Technicians are required to complete the Qualifying Program before starting work. Level 1 Technicians are required to pass the course with a score of 70% or better.
- Must be able to pass a drug screen
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assists with the implementation of worksite protection, by means of barricades, warning signs or cones.
- Assists in identifying all electrical equipment along with anything else that could be damaged from pressurized water.
- Confirms that all fitting and hoses have the correct pressure rating and are in good condition.
- Confirms that all nozzles are unplugged and in good operating condition.
- Applies appropriate anti-withdraw device and technique during line moleing operations
- Wears all required PPE correctly and takes action to replace PPE when it becomes damaged.
- Assists in flushing all hydro-blast components.
- Assists in verifying that all shotguns, foot pedals and or other control devices are operational and safe.
- Positions hoses in a neat and orderly manner to eliminate tripping hazards and damage to hose.
- Evaluate and maintain safe working platform.
- Takes action to remove any unauthorized personnel who enters a danger area.
- Confirms that any personnel entering the barricade area shall wear the required equipment.
- Identify and reports any leaks or malfunctioning equipment.
- Shall stop work: If a leak occurs, or equipment is damaged or malfunctions, if there is a change in conditions, or any new hazard is introduced.
- Cooperates with Team Leader and customers in carrying out assigned work.
- Reviews JSA and provides input on identifying hazards and controls.
- Follows all safe work habits in accordance with Company rules, OSHA regulations and customer requirements.
- Immediately reports and corrects any unsafe conditions.
- Communicates regularly with site supervision on progression of job and any complications that occur.
- Maintain a safe distance from other hydro-blasters (Minimum of 25’)
- Secures hydroblast gun until unit is shut down.
- Assist in the setup of vacuum operations.
- Occasionally responsible for manning Safety-T during vacuum operations.
- Performing vacuum operations using flex hose and hard pipe.
- Assists in securing connections between vacuum truck flex hose and hard pipe.
- Occasionally use shovels and pick to assist in operations.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
- The TECH 1 must be trained for the type of hydroblasting operations to be conducted.
- The TECH 1 must be able to hold and control a 10,000-psi shotgun at pressure.
- Must be trained in all applicable areas where hydroblasting is performed (Confined space, fall protection, respiratory protection, etc.)
- Hydroblasters (4,000-10,000-20,000 up to 40,000)
- Vacuum Trucks (wet, dry and combo)
- Hydroblast hose (4,000-10,000-20,000 up to 40,000) with burst rating of 1.5 times of the intended working pressure.
- Vacuum components: flex hose, hard pipe, safety-T’s, duct tape, etc.
- Various hydroblasting components (Shot guns, lances-flex and rigid, mole lines anti-withdraw devices, UHP air hoses/ tumble box, foot pedals, hose shrouds, whip checks)
- Hydroblast PPE (wet suit, metatarsal foot protection, face shield, rubber gloves, full body hydro blast protection (Ultra-high/Turtle Suits).
- Various respiratory equipment
- Various type of Aerial Platforms and Man Lifts
- Common hand tools, common power tools
- Ladders and ropes, tarps
- Barrel/fuel pump
- Generator, Pressure Washers
- Personal protective equipment, including the following, but not limited to: Hard hat, safety glasses, full metatarsal rubber boots, safety harness, leather gloves, fire resistant coveralls, chemical resistant gloves, respirators, ear plugs, goggles, etc.
The above description covers the principal duties and responsibilities of the job. The description shall not, however, be construed as a complete listing of all miscellaneous, incidental or similar duties which may be required from day-to-day.