March 21 & March 22, 2018 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Canoe Event Center, Clearwater Resort
15347 Suquamish Way NE, Suquamish, WA 98392
PSNS & IMF is seeking personnel experienced or trained in the Metal Trades such as:
- Forging/Hammer Driving
- Heat Treat
- Structural Metal Fabrication
- Sheet Metal Fabrication
- CNC/Plasma/Oxy Operation
- Waterjet Operation
- Brake & Press Operation
- 13 paid holidays
- 104 hours of sick pay per year
- Up to 208 hours of vacation per year
- Possible travel
- Medical benefits
- AutoCAD/Solid Edge/3D Modeling
- Immediate openings
- Bring your résumé
- Be prepared to interview
- Be prepared to accept a job offer
No backpacks will be allowed
More Information visit: http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Shipyards/PSNS-IMF/Careers/2018-Job-Fair/
For consideration submit a resume with “Metal Trades” in the subject line to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on creating an effective federal resume: https://www.usajobs.gov/Help/faq/application/documents/resume/what-to-include/
This is a Direct Hire Event for experienced or trained personnel only.
This event is not for entry level employees or current federal employees.
CAPITOL HILL – Next month’s Pentagon budget request to Congress will include a 30-year shipbuilding plan, Navy leadership said today.
The Navy in recent years has written 30-year shipbuilding plans that outline upcoming ship procurement and decommissionings to give a detailed idea of what the fleet will look like in the near-, mid- and long-term. Though the plans lose fidelity in the out-years, they are still helpful planning tools for industry, lawmakers, analysts, the media and more. However, the Navy did not release a 30-year plan with its Fiscal Year 2018 or five-year spending projections.
Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer promised during a House Armed Services Committee hearing today that “yes you can” expect a 30-year plan with the FY 2019 request, which is set for release the first week of February.[button link=”The Navy in recent years has written 30-year shipbuilding plans that outline upcoming ship procurement and decommissionings to give a detailed idea of what the fleet will look like in the near-, mid- and long-term. Though the plans lose fidelity in the out-years, they are still helpful planning tools for industry, lawmakers, analysts, the media and more. However, the Navy did not release a 30-year plan with its Fiscal Year 2018 or five-year spending projections.
From the Kitsap Sun
BREMERTON — The defense budget passed Friday by the U.S. House of Representatives includes help for local shipyard workers and veterans.
U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, secured an extension of overtime pay for Puget Sound Naval Shipyard workers who conduct nuclear maintenance on the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan in Yokosuka, Japan. Payments would continue through Sept. 30, 2019.
SEATTLE – The shipyard that boasts the largest dry dock in Puget Sound, which services Washington state ferries, is looking to expand.
A dry dock is like a floating elevator that lifts ships up out of the water for repairs. The dry dock at Vigor Industrial’s shipyard on Harbor Island offers a space 560 feet long by 95 feet wide, but one in that size range is no longer considered enough.
Like a quasi-submarine, a dry dock partially sinks, allowing a vessel to be floated in, then raised up as water is pumped out, so the bottom and things like propellers, propeller shafts, and valves can be exposed, inspected, and worked on.
Once known as Todd Shipyard, Vigor both builds vessels and repairs them. Currently, the yard is constructing the third and fourth Olympic class 144 car capacity boats for Washington state’s ferry system. As it is, the fourth ferry is the final new boat on order. Further orders from the state will depend on an upcoming strategic plan review, which could set a course for future ferry construction.