Website Ballard Marine Construction
Underwater Marine Construction
WHY JOIN BALLARD MARINE CONSTRUCTION?
Ballard Marine Construction is a specialty marine and underwater contractor based in Washougal, WA, with regional offices and projects throughout North America.
Why join Ballard? It’s simple. You get to work on really cool stuff with really cool people. We live by our values – Safety, Team First, Loyalty, Integrity and Respect. Our employees are our success. It’s really that simple. You want to work here. Really.
Performs dives in a compressed air environment. This position is performed by certified commercial divers that support dive operations.
**This position will be performing work for clients that are requiring that all personnel be vaccinated for COVID. We only considering applications of individuals who are fully vaccinated.**
– Education, Certifications, License Requirements:
– High school diploma or equivalent required
– Diploma from ADCE Compliant Commercial Dive School
– Current ADCI Certification for the type of diving being performed
– Current ADCI Compliant Dive Physical
– Current First Aid, CPR, AED, Oxygen Administration
– OSHA 10 Hour – Construction
– Valid Driver’s License with current driving record free from serious or frequent violation
Skills & Other Requirements:
– Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manor (verbal and written)
– Able to read and understand heavy construction plans
– Able to work in a team environment
– Works well must work in a high demand environment
– Knowledge of OSHA regulations and ANSI standards in crane operations
– Must have a positive outlook and willingness to learn.
– Performs inspections with video documentation
– Operates hand and power tools
– Performs wet or dry burning/welding operations
– Performs wet or dry pneumatic/hydraulic tool operations
– Other duties as assigned.
Ballard Marine Construction, LLC. is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, or veteran status. A reasonable accommodation will be considered for qualified individuals with a disability if it does not create an undue hardship for the Company, consistent with the ADA as amended.