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Pipefitter Worker

Job Overview

  • Salary Offer $27.35 - 35.55 per hour
  • Experience Level Journeyman
  • Total Years Experience 5-10

Summary

This position is located in the Architect of the Capitol, Office of the Chief of Operations, Superintendent House Office Buildings, Assistant Superintendent Facility Operations Division, Mechanical Systems Branch. The ideal candidate is a journey level Pipefitter responsible for troubleshooting, repairing and installing plumbing systems and components in assigned Capitol Complex work sites that include monumental historic buildings with a complex infrastructure.

Duties

This vacancy can be used to fill all shifts.

TOUR OF DUTY:

Day Shift:           6:00 am – 2:30 pm

Evening Shift:    2:00 pm – 10:30 pm   OR  4:00 pm – 12:30 am

Night Shift:        Midnight – 8:30 am

***Hours may change due to operational needs***

THIS POSITION IS EMERGENCY ESSENTIAL.  DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF EMERGENCY THE EMPLOYEE MAY BE REQUIRED TO RPORT TO WORK DURING EMERGENCY SITUATIONS.

As a journey-level Pipefitter, you will install, maintain and repair plumbing systems and components as well as perform pipefitting welding duties.

The position may be filled at the Worker level (WG-8) or Journey-level (WG-10).  If starting at the Worker level, developmental assignments will be given with the goal of attaining the full performance level.  Duties quoted below are at the WG-10 Journey-level.

The individual selected for this position will:

Installation, Maintenance and Repair:

Utilizes the electronic Building Automation System (BAS) and related technology to install, monitor, diagnose, repair and maintain multifaceted, diverse vendor products as required to sustain the operations of the U.S. Congress and preserve heritage assets, including moisture-controlled preservation requirements related to piping systems and outside irrigation systems.

Installs, modifies and repairs high-pressure steam-lines as well as utilities, radiators, supply and disposal systems.

Inspects and troubleshoots piping systems equipment and fixtures.

Conducts inspections and troubleshoots piping systems. Identifies source and nature of system malfunctions. Uses diagnostic techniques to locate the problem.

Welding, Piping and other Metals:

Uses knowledge and experience of welding processes and equipment to weld pipes and other metals.

Utilizes accepted trade methods and a variety of manual welding processes to weld all types of commonly used metals in various shapes, sizes and thickness.

Uses a wide range of metal welding processes to make more difficult welds meeting close tolerance, strength and other requirements. These welds may be in hard to reach places.  Devises special jigs and fixtures to hold the parts to be welded.

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