Location: Positions available in Madison, GA; Elko, NV; Casa Grande, AZ; West Jordan, UT and Lake City, FL
Job Type: Full-Time / Non-Exempt– 40 hours a week +
Prepare metal surfaces for rubber lining; which may include sandblasting and grinding.
Routinely work with and apply cured and pre-cured rubber linings.
Line interiors of tanks, valves, pipes and other surfaces with rubber sheeting to prevent corrosion of vessel and to minimize contamination, shock, ignition or explosion hazards to contents.
Mechanical aptitude – competence in the use of grinders, buffers and rubber working tools and equipment.
Inject compressed air into vessels to bond lining to vessel walls and introduce live steam or place article in autoclave to vulcanize rubber lining.
Test lining for holes or faulty seams.
Promote safety by working safely and adhering to company safety guidelines; which includes but is not limited to the proper use and safe handling of tools, equipment and materials and use of personal protective gear.
Know, understand and capable of utilizing emergency response protocol during an accident.
Be willing and able to work a variety of schedules; day and evenings, weekend and holiday, and also be willing to travel and work out of town on an as needed basis.
Must be able to multi-task, meet deadlines and work in a team environment.
Must be able to communicate verbally and in writing, in a clear, effective and professional manner.
Document job-site work as required; materials, labor and other costs used on jobs.
Work independently with little supervision
Experience in rubber lining, rubber wear and abrasion
Experience in the construction, mining, power plant industry, preferred
Beginner / Intermediate computer skills, proficiency in Word, Excel and Outlook, preferred
Demonstrated working knowledge of both OSHA and MSHA safety standards, training, and compliance issues.
Knowledge of relative safety standards and willingness to use protective clothing and equipment (face-shield, gloves etc.)