BAE Systems Pipefitter 2nd Class Mechanic (Pipe Shop) in Norfolk, Virginia
The Pipe Shop Second Class Mechanic performs a variety of skilled mechanical duties involving general fitting piping systems on vessels, burning/brazing, testing and sketching piping systems. The Second Class Mechanic operates equipment for assembly and installation; performs preventative and predictive maintenance on facility machinery; records work performed and follows specified safety policies and procedures.
Key Responsibilities & Functional Knowledge:
This list is representative of the key areas of responsibility and functional knowledge required of a second class pipefitter in the Pipe shop. A second class mechanic must demonstrate an intermediate knowledge of the skills, functional knowledge and abilities required to perform tasks in these and related areas of responsibility.
Intermediate knowledge means that the mechanic understands how to perform tasks in these categories (including, but not limited to, the specific tasks identified below) and is able to complete them independently, with minimal assistance. This also means that the mechanic has the necessary level of knowledge of the equipment, protective gear, and machinery required to complete these tasks.
Complete a sketch sheet (P-1, P-2, P-3, P-13, P-14, P-15, P-16, P-17, P-68, P-69, P-71, P-72, p-3B and tolerances)
Read and interpret advanced blue prints
Know the basic tools required and their uses
Identification of piping by class, schedule, size and the systems in which they are used.
Identification of various gaskets and fasteners and the systems they are used on
Be familiar with types of bevels, types of backing rings, consumable inserts (E/B ring), open roots, saddles, miters, tolerances
Remove and install docking plug
Gas freeing- Preserval of internal structures
Chlorinate CHT and Potable Water Systems
Conduct hydrostatic testing
Standard Operating Procedure for shop Hydrostatic Test Stand
Hydraulic Benders : Greenlee Bender
Operate, set up and provide maintenance on the benders
Know the tools to use to properly assemble the bender
Demonstrate ability to lay out a bend and figure angles
Pre-Op Log/Test to ensure that the Hydraulic Bender units are set up safely
Operate the grinder
Put bevels on pipes and grind pipes with the grinder machine
Pre-Op Log/Test to ensure that the bench/pedestal unit is set up safely
Standing Drill Press
Operate drill press
Maintain the drill press
Target work/Tack Welding
Perform target work for piping systems by taking an existing sample of an old piping system to make a new piping system
Know which standard pipefitting tools are required
Burn pipe using the cutting torch
Braze and cut pipe using the Grade 3 3 brazing qualification.
Know the oxy acetylene process
Perform a fuel set up
Know operations of gas welding
Secure the rig/gas hoses
Know the various types of materials brazed
Complete a brazing qualification in house exam administered by Pipe Shop by inspected by QA dept.
Must be able to identify and procure needed materials
Required Skills and Education
Minimum education: High school diploma/GED
Minimum relevant experience: 3 to 5 yrs.
Practical Theory Requirements:
A second class mechanic must be trained on the NAVSEA Standard Items that are applicable to the pipefitter trade and demonstrate an intermediate understanding of bevels, types of backing rings, consumable inserts (E/B ring), open roots, saddles, miters and tolerances.
A written test by the manufacturer and the government must be taken and passed in order to be fully trained on Lokring.
Must be able to read, write and comprehend simple instructions
Must be able to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions in written, oral or diagram form
Must be able to calculate and understand units of measure, including fractions and decimals
Must know how to measure using a scale and tape measureMust be able to wear applicable PPE (Hard hat, safety goggles, gloves, steel toes shoes, ear protection)
This job description does not include all activities, duties or responsibilities required for this position. The key duties, responsibilities and requirements identified in this description are subject to modification by the Company (in consultation with the Union, as appropriate) at any time.
Preferred Skills and Education
Preferred but not required (based on business need)
Swedge Lock Mech. Fittings
Know different tubing sizes and the connection to different tubes
Use the correct swedge lock based on the material (steel, copper, copper nickel, stainless steel, etc.)
Ensure that lokrings are performed in accordance with the standard NAVSEA procedure
A written test by the manufacturer and the government must be taken and passed in order to be fully trained
Operate and maintain band saw
Know which speeds to use based on the material used
Set up and operate the plasma machine
Know flex hose basics
Assist with manufacturing hoses with flex hose equipment, when trained and certified
About BAE Systems Platforms & Services
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Pipefitter 2nd Class Mechanic (Pipe Shop)
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