Scaffold Builder- Hanging

Energy Services/ Offshore
Expected Start Date:
Years of Experience:

Position Summary


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


  1. Site inspection and layout
  2. Knowledge of Manufacturer and OSHA Regulations
  3. Scaffold safety
  4. Knowledge of Tube and clamp scaffolds Construction
  5. Knowledge of Total system scaffolds
  6. Proper access and egress Requirements and practices
  7. Working knowledge of Rigging hardware and procedures
  8. The ability to work under extreme weather conditions hot/cold
  9. Minimum of 2 Years Traceable Industry Experience
  10. Ability to follow building instructions that pertains to, Design, and Review Particular Scaffolding Projects Per Client and/or Project Specific Demands
  11. Ability to Supervise & Assist on the Job Training
  12. Ability to Communicate Effectively with Subordinates
  13. Ability to Acquire and Maintain a US Passport and Status
  14. Ability to Communicate Effectively with Production



Required Education & Experience:


  1. High School Graduate/Equivalent
  2. 2 Years Scaffolding Experience/ 1 Years Management Experience
  3. Bilingual English/Spanish
  4. NCCER Certificate Holder
  5. Ability to Calculate loads for applicable scaffolding







Working Conditions:


  1. Field work in Shop or Shipyard or Offshore or on Field Location as required
  2. Capable of working at heights and inside confined spaces.
  3.  Open-air conditions such as noisy, hot, cold, etc.
  4. Must wear hearing, eye, and head proteciton.
  5. Some climbing (100 feet) and lifting (50 lbs.) involved.
  6. Working with hot and sometimes hazarous materials.
  7. Traverse gangways and scaffolding at varying heights.
  8. Confined spaces


Necessary Equipment Operation:


  1. Working knowledge of Rigging hardware and procedures


Special Skills:


  1. Ability to work under deadlines and schedule pressures.
  2. Ability to read and interpret blueprints, sketches, drawings and technical manuals.


The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as a comprehensive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of assigned personnel.