Construct, assemble, maintain, and repair coded pressure vessels, such as towers and drums; including the repair, modification, removal, assembly, replacement, and installation of process internals, such as valve trays, bubble cap trays, mist eliminators, structured packing, reactor internals, random packing, distributors, collectors of mass transfer equipment; and utilize work experience, best practices, and company specific craft assessment skills.


  • Must have 2 years or more of industrial plant experience working on Towers/vessels or drums installing mass transfer equipment (trays, packing, distributors, collectors, etc.).
  • Able to read and interpret engineering drawings or blueprints and be able to utilize them to identify and assemble internal tower equipment, take measurements and make calculations.
  • Must be able to provide your own transportation to job locations throughout the US.
  • Candidates must be able to meet all company and customer qualifications to access job site including training requirements


  • Vocational training is preferred.
  • Basic Plus Orientation and Confined Space Training
  • TWIC Card


  • Candidates must be able to work long hours and all shift schedules that may require up to twelve hours a day, seven days a week for extended durations.
  • Candidates also must be able to work in confined spaces and be capable of climbing ladders, scaffolds, and working at heights.
  • Must be able to perform work wearing personal protective equipment including but not limited to rain gear, chemical protective clothing, supplied air and air purifying respirators, safety harness, FRC coveralls, hard hat, ear plugs and safety glasses, etc.
  • Respiratory Protection Fit-Testing and Pulmonary Function Testing is required. Additional medical examinations, such as Fitness for Duty exams may be required per client guidelines. Hearing and vision within normal ranges is helpful.
  • Candidates must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs, unassisted.
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of common hand tools, power tools and the ability to navigate around obstacles in a petrochemical environment is necessary.


The job will primarily be on or around construction/turnaround sites in petrochemical operational units and include possible hazardous environments such as confined spaces and working at heights. Exposure to loud noises, dust, dirt, irritants and smoke may occur. Special Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) may be necessary to control some hazardous environments. Additional forms of PPE may be required depending on the particular project. Safety requirements must be verified and meet standards set forth by client permits, policies and procedures, and be performed in compliance with all federal, state and local laws or ordinances before work activities can begin.


  • Based on craft test results and work history experience.