Industrial Laborer

ELEVATE WORKFORCE

Industrial Laborer

Mobile, AL
Full Time
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    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.

    MUST!

    • 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

    Pay: $14-$15/hr

    Type: 3-5 months TRAVELING

    TRANSPORTATION AND LODGING WILL BE PROVIDED

    MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

    • 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.)

    EQUIPMENT:

    • 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.

    OTHER SKILLS:

    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.