Tool Room Attendant

Nov 05 2018
Job Description
Tool Room Attendant (Honolulu, HI)


The Tool attendant issues necessary tools/equipment/supplies to various trades within the company and also performs inventory and stocking of the needed supplies for the warehouse/tool room as necessary.

A position in this department performs shipping and receiving duties. The Tool room attendant also provides assistance with loading/off-loading of tools, equipment and material upon delivery into the warehouse.
  • Issue tools and supplies such as painting and welding supplies to various trade
  • Stock supplies
  • Inspect and repair tools as needed
  • Clean the tool room area
  • Maintain accurate records of incoming and outgoing supplies, tool, equipment, etc.
  • Perform other duties as needed
  • Requires good oral communication skills to communicate effectively with clients, employees, Management, outside vendors etc.
  • Requires concentration, alertness, and attention to detail
  • Requires the ability to work with others with minimal supervision and be a team player
  • Must be able to comprehend and follow oral and written instructions and procedures
  • Must be able to comprehend and follow occupational safety and health regulations, other state and federal regulations governing the ship repair  industry and Company practices and procedures
  • Adheres to NAVSEA standards and regulations
  • Must be able to work under pressure
  • Must be able to read and write the English language
  • Duties are varied and regularly require analysis, judgment and discretion
  • Must be able to prioritize work
  • Requires the ability to problem solve
  • Must present a courteous, efficient and professional demeanor, even under stressful situations
  • Performs other duties as assigned
Environmental Exposure:
  • Inside: 70%                   ​      Outside: 30%
  • Temperature:  Outside temperature and air conditioned company vehicle and office.
  • While outdoors, employee will be exposed to all types of weather conditions and temperatures.  Employee may be in contact with materials (i.e., dust and particles) and noxious odors (i.e., diesel) normally found
  • at a shipyard Employee will also be exposed to high levels of noise and vibrations. Employee may also be exposed to wet and humid conditions.
  • Vision and Hearing:  Must be able to judge or distinguish distance and space relationships.  Must be able to differentiate and/or identify colors.
  • Must be able to hear within a normal range with or without a hearing device.


This position is represented by The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Shipbuilders, Blacksmiths, Forgers, and Helpers, AFL-CIO and its Local Lodge 627.  Candidates must be a member or become a member of the union as a condition of employment.
Must be a U. S. citizen to gain access to BAE controlled work sites.

Valid driver's licence is required.
This position is identified as safety sensitive due to the nature of the work, shipyard work environment, various federal/state/local safety regulations, and equipment used.
All candidates must submit to and pass a post-offer drug screening, qualify for a DBIDS card (company expense).  Failure to complete any of these steps will result in disqualification.
Candidates must have access to reliable transportation to get to work and other job sites on time for start of shift.
Candidates must be available to work overtime, weekends, holidays, and varying shifts as required.

Department: Production
This is a non-management position
This is a full time position