Student Veterans of America Jobs

Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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Technip USA Inc Lead Rigger in Houston, Texas

Job Purpose:ii Lead Riggers are required to undertake all rigging and welding works as directed by the Rigging Supervisor.Reporting lines and interactions:Hierarchically reports to:iiiiiiii Rigging SupervisorOperationally reports to:iiiiiiiiRigging SupervisorDirectly supervises:iiiiRiggersJob Scope (budget, management, specific criteria):The Lead Rigger shall undertake rigging operations in accordance with safe working practice.iiiiiiiiiii Manage a small team of Riggersiiiiiiiiiii Shall only use rigging gear (shackles, slings, straps, etc.) which are in good condition and are certified as being iin-datei. Where equipment is found that is not in good condition and iin datei the equipment is to be isolated, marked and reported as suchiiiiiiiiiii Shall ensure that gear deployed to Divers / Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) is rigged safely, adequately marked (e.g. light sticks) and in a suitable manner for the Divers/ROVsiiiiiiiiiii Shall ensure that the deck area is kept clean and free of all unused equipmentiiiiiiiiiii Gain a good working knowledge of the safe operation of deck winches and cherry pickersiiiiiiiiiii Have a thorough understanding of the use of winches, cherry pickers and Effer cranes which are used to service the pipelay equipment spreadiiiiiiiiiii For flexible / umbilical lay the Rigger should become familiar with the safe operation of powered reels, caterpillar tensioners, Vertical Laying Spread (VLS) and carouseliiiiiiiiiii Thorough understanding of good lifting practices associated with flexible and umbilical pipeiiiiiiiiiii Lead Riggers may be required to undertake other non-rigging tasks as directed by the Rigging SupervisorGeneral Activitiesiiiiiiiiiii Ensure an effective shift handover including any safe work procedure and explanation of current working conditionsiiiiiiiiiii Report any defects (or potential defects) in equipment or any doubts about the safety of the operation to the Supervisor immediatelyiiiiiiiiiii Check equipment to ensure that it is safe to use and correctly set in accordance with any checklists providediiiiiiiiiii Assist in maintenance and/or repair of support equipment as requirediiiiiiiiiii Procedural:iiiiiiiiiii Have an appreciation of relevant industry legislative requirements and guidance notesiiiiiiiiiiii Understanding and proactive participation in any relevant:oiiiiiiiii Management of Change (MoC) meetingsoiiiiiiiii Permit to Work (PTW)oiiiiiiiii Tool Box Talks (TBT)oiiiiiiiii Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)oiiiiiiiii Project/safety briefingsiiiiiiiiiii Be familiar with the workscopeiiiiiiiiiii Be familiar with any special procedures and/or equipment to be used for the workiiiiiiiiiii Actively participate in procedural reviews where requirediiiiiiiiiii Ensure the safe execution of the workscopeiiiiiiiiiii To be familiar with and actively take part in the Companyis Performance Appraisal Procedure where eligibleiiiiiiiiiii To be familiar with the Companyis key human resources policies and procedures and actively support them in the work environment:oiiiiiiiii Grievanceoiiiiiiiii Disciplinaryoiiiiiiiii Offshore harassment and bullyingoiiiiiiiii Construction crew trainingoiiiiiiiii Career developmentoiiiiiiiii Competence assurance schemeiiiiiiiiiii To assist and give guidance/help to new employees and traineesBehaviouraliiiiiiiiiii Each individual is responsible for the performance of their duties in a safe and professional manner and for the well-being of colleagues. No action on the part of the individual should jeopardise either personal safety or that of those personnel associated with the work being performediiiiiiiiiii Basic decision-making skills appertaining to job function and responsibilitiesiiiiiiiiiii Good inter-personal and communication skills with colleagues and Supervisorsiiiiiiiiiii Professional attitude towards colleagues and willingness to perform work dutiesiiiiiiiiiii Be aware of the local environment and be alert for potential or actual dangers and communicate thes