Purpose: Lays out, fabricates, assembles, installs and maintains piping and piping systems and supports, fixtures and equipment for industrial piping systems based on knowledge of system operation and study of building plans or wo|
rking drawings. This may include carbon steel, stainless steel, chrome and PVC systems as well as directing and training pipefitter helpers to do the same.
Work Schedule: Must have open availability any time any day of the week. Normal work period is Monday-Thursday dayshift while at Manufacturing Facility. Length of employment may be limited to job assignment and/or project duration.
Essential Skills (must possess the ability to)
May include but not limited to:
Assembles component layout by applying knowledge of geometry, physical metal properties and weld shrinkage.
Performs basic mathematical calculations pertaining to the craft such as rolling offsets, cutback of fittings, and takeout between welds and other fits.
Select type and size of pipe and related materials according to job specifications.
Inspect worksites to determine presence of obstructions and to ascertain that holes will not cause structural weaknesses.
Plan the sequence of installation to avoid obstructions and activities of other construction workers.
Preps material for welding by cutting or grinding using porta-band, pipe cutters, hammer and chisel, cutting torch, and/or grinder.
Thread pipe using threading machine.
Secure pipes to structure with bolt up, clamps, brackets, tack welding and hangars using hand tools and machines.
Basic understanding of rigging to move pipe into proper location.
Test piping system for leaks by increasing pressure in pipes and observing gauges attached to pipes for indication of leaks.
Compare and recognize differences in the size, shape and form of lines, figures and objects.
Reads and understands plans, isometrics, arrangement drawings, details, specifications, erection manuals, and/or blueprints and makes decisions based on measurable criteria.
Visualizes objects in three-dimensions from plans and drawings.
Work within precise limits and ASNI and ASME standards of accuracy.
Follow oral and written directions.
Work within company policy as outlined in the Lauren Engineers Constructors Craft Handbook and in compliment with the LEC Human Resources Policy Manual, LEC Safety Manual and OSHA Safety rules.
Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor as needed.
Three (3) years minimum experience in trade
Ability to do material takeoffs, figure offsets, takeoff of fittings, and rigging
Ability to work with others to achieve job goals
Stand or walk for long periods of time
Use arms and hands to reach for, handle or manipulate objects
Lift and carry materials weighing up to 50 pounds; occasionally lift items weighing more than 50 pounds with assistance
Stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl
See well (naturally or with correction)
Good physical fitness
Good sense of balance
Work at heights
Required Tool Use
25' Tape Measure
14" Pipe Wrench
Combination Wrenches (3/8"-1 1/4")
12" Adjustable Wrench
Two Hole Pins
2 Plum Bobs (min 16oz)
2' Squares (2)
Ball Peen hammer
Screwdriver (1/m-flat head, 1/m Phillips head)
Drift Pin or Line up Bar
Torpedo Level (pocket)
Angle Indicator Tool
Tool Box with Lock
Environment: Manufacturing Workers perform physically demanding work including lifting and carrying heavy objects, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling in awkward positions. Some work at heights, or outdoors in all weather conditions. Some jobs expose workers to harmful fumes, odors, loud noise, or dangerous machinery. To avoid injury, workers in these jobs wear safety clothing, such as gloves, hardhats, protective chemical suits, and devices to protect their eyes, respiratory system, or hearing.