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Full Time
2/7/2019
Houston
We are currently hiring for a highly skilled welder / welding operators capable of performing all processes of welding for the purpose of joining metals and weld build up on finish or semi located in Houston, Texas. Finished machine parts of various shape and sizes. Welding process included but not limited to, are SMAW, GTAW (Manual and Machine) GMAW, GMAW (P) with solid or flux cored filler wire and SAW (Machine). Basic blue print reading, understanding of the welding procedure base on code ASME IX is must. Some domestic and international travel may be required from time to time. Job Responsibilities Welder must pass a weld test in 6-G position in SMAW and GTAW process using various filler metals on heavy wall pipe coupon. Capable of setting large Steam Turbine / Compressor parts for repair welding on turn table – Tie down large parts on strong back for distortion control during the welding process – Set up small and large rotor in the Sub-arc welding stand for overlay welding and weld build of disk Being able to apply torches on the large rotor for the preheat requirement prior to any welding. Understand welding procedure ESSENTIAL VARIABLES; Filler material, Preheat, Interpass, Volts, Amps, Travel speed and Joint preparation. Must understand the principles of Thermal Stress Relief and the use of Ceramic Heating Pads for same. Set-up, Program and run PWHT operation unattended. Work from Blue prints, Verbal instructions & Route tags; determine where and how much weld to apply, perform Lay out work and demonstrate a workable proficiency with Oxy/Fuel cutting equipment. Have a solid working knowledge of rigging principles and equipment; overhead cranes, nylon slings, wire rope, shackles, spreader bars and coordinated lifting and up ending heavy objects. Through knowledge of shop measuring devices; scales, squares, levels, protractors, micrometers, Vernier and digital calipers. Positive attitude toward cleanliness, neatness, quality and quantity of work as well as a healthy respect for the comfort and safety of others.
Full Time
2/7/2019
Houston
Lays out, fits and welds together metal components of such products as pipelines, boilers, tanks, structural steel and vehicles. Reads, studies and interprets job specifications, plans and blue prints.  Uses basic math skills including geometry, trigonometry to make calculations for work.  Can complete difficult job tasks according to job specifications with minimal or no supervision. Essential Functions Ability to understand and follow all safety rules and to set an example in Safety, Quality, and Production. Measurable criteria will be used in these areas to determine classification. Ability to weld to Section 9 of ASME Code in all positions. Operations of air arc-gouging and burning torch that requires limited grinding to complete welding process. Operation of all air and electric power tools used in a normal tank repair. Ability to recognize the proper fit up of weld joints and ability to understand and follow the outlined method of welding. Exemplify proper techniques of rigging. Understand the proper use of key plates and fit up equipment to control banding and peaking in horizontal and vertical seams. Ability to weld approximately 180 linear feet of acceptable seal pass weld using 5P 3/16" electrodes. Ability to weld approximately 250 linear feet of acceptable jet weld on 3/16" and 1/4" CS lap weld using 7024-1 electrodes. Ability to weld approximately 130 linear feet of completed 3/8" comer weld using 7/32" 7018 electrodes. Ability to weld linear feet of vertical and horizontal weld for the following thickness using 7018 electrodes (completed weld): Ability to complete items 8 - 10 with no more than 30 minutes of pickup work per day.*Buttering has not been included. Ability to complete item 11 with an acceptable RT rate of 95% or higher.
Ability to work at elevations above ground level using vertical ladders positioned on tank scaffold and ability to work in shell buggies.
Ability to perform work under breathing air conditions using required respirator.
Willingness to perform other tank duties on an as needed basis.
Ability to work in confined space.
Operation of a Man-Lift.
Full Time
2/7/2019
Houston
Tetra Tech AEG is currently seeking a Liner Technician for our Geosynthetics Division. This team player will have the ability to see, travel and work outdoors year-round. And help contribute to AEG’s success!
American Environmental Group, a Tetra Tech Company is looking for a liner technician responsible for safely and efficiently performing general labor duties on project sites. Responsibilities may include: ensuring worksites are properly equipped and prepped by filling and carrying sandbags, rolling out liner, possibly driving a forklift, basic labor work, prepping seams, assisting with welding/stitching liner, running the fusion welder and ability to operate extrusion welder. Ability to be on the road living in hotels 95% of work year, ability to walk up and down steep slopes for extended periods of time in extreme hot or cold environments ability to communicate both orally and by written letters/communications. Typical projects include maintenance and repair, geosynthetic lining and engineering on landfills, coal ash, open pit gold mines, sediment ponds and other industrial project sites.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Understand environmental, health & safety regulations & perform work in compliant manner. Travel for extended periods (95% of season away from home). Living in hotels & traveling between states. Walk long distances, up and down steeply sloped landfills and outdoor terrain. Ability to do heavy, manual work. Ability to walk long distances up and down slopes 1:1, 2:1 and 3:1 slopes. Ability to help maneuver, cut, fuse and HDPE liner. Must be able to work in trenched areas to connect, refit and adjust liner on landfills and project sites. Lift a minimum of 50 pounds on a non-consistent basis. Work in extreme (hot and cold) weather conditions safely including on very odorous project sites. Clean up work areas, clean and fuel vehicles and equipment as necessary. Operate general site vehicles and equipment, such as pickup trucks, and smaller equipment. Available to work overtime, nights, weekends, and holidays if necessary. *Ability to communicate with clients and peers using professional diction. * Assist site supervisors with the materials and equipment needs and helping to collect supplies for projects. * Complete USEPA HAZWOPR, 40-hour, environmental health and safety classes, on-site training materials and annual 8-hour refresher classes.