Shapiro & Duncan - Landover, MD

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Description/Job Summary
Pipefitter (HOURLY)
Able to work Monday-Friday with occasional overtime during afternoons, evenings and weekends as needed. Hours may involve start times as early as 5:00 a.m. NOTE: Specific project requirements that may require afternoon or evening/night shifts.
Possess strong interpersonal skills, including ability to resolve conflict professionally with the assistance of management.
Interface effectively, ethically and professionally with all levels of individuals: internal and external executives, internal and external professionals, owners and their staff, line employees, subcontractors, vendors, etc.
Communicate effectively in English (aural, verbal, and written).
High School Diploma or equivalent (experience may be substituted for education)
Able to sit, stand, bend, walk, climb, and remain in static positions for duration of shift.
Able to lift up to seventy-five pounds (75 lbs.) without assistance.
Possess current, valid driver s license (not under suspension or limitation). And access to transportation to drive to various job site locations.
Able to withstand temperature extremes and exposure to elements (rain, snow, etc).
Possess strong desire, willingness and ability to learn new tasks.
Read and comprehend CADD drawings and diagrams, blueprints, sketches, fabrication drawings and submittals.
Able to cut and label cuts accurately.
Able to layout work ahead of welders.
Knowledge of how mechanical equipment works
Basic arithmetic skills, including calculating offsets, including for miter pipe and/or fittings.

Work with Foreman on all piping aspects of job.
Use drawings, diagrams, etc., to complete tasks.
Assist with coordination of any Pre-Fabrication layout or installation.
Maintain current knowledge of applicable federal, state, and county codes.
Assist with rigging of material.
Comply with all OSHA regulations and Shapiro & Duncan Safety Program.
Assist in maintaining rental and company-owned welding equipment.
Ability to read and understand spool drawings, to properly tag piping.
Maintain equipment (tips, nozzles, grinding wheels, etc.); notify foreman when stock is low.
Layout work ahead of welders, and prepare all pipe and fittings for welding.
Work alongside welder in holding and positioning pipe/fittings to be welded.
Assist welder with screens to protect others from flash burns.

Completes tasks accurately and timely given competing deadlines.
Works under general supervision of Foreman, on teams or individually.

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