CSG repairs and replaces glass on ocean going ships. Our work is done on dry-docks when the ship is out of the water and on dry land. We have been in business since 1998 and have now expanded to have 3 offices worldwide, and a fleet of specialized access equipment. Currently we have more than 100 contractors that we call on to provide labour to us for our dry dock work, but are looking to expand our crew list as the size of our company continues to grow.
Our season normally runs from mid-September to late May. As a contractor providing services to Cruise Ship Glass you can expect to be contacted for all of our projects in your geographic region with some offers outside your area. Our current global regions are; North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Some projects overlap and in that scenario we will allocate our resources as we see fit.
During the project you can expect to work 10 hour shifts, 7 days per week, until the completion of the project (up to 14 days). A majority of our work is outside and at height, with heavy lifting involved.
Our ideal candidates will have some of the following experience:
- Glazing – Sealing
- Metal work
- General construction
- Finish carpentry
- Work at height (High Rise)
- Swing Stage
- Arial man lift operation
- Physically fit
- Able to travel internationally
- Experience with ropes and knots
- Positive personality
- International work
Dry Dock Supervisor
As a supervisor, you will assist your Project Manager by taking a leadership role over a small crew, as delegated to you. You are able to take direction from your Project Manager but are also about to take the initiative to make on-the-spot decisions as they pertain to your own crew. You will have a working-supervisor role, which means that not only will you be tasked with supervising your crew and reporting back to the Project Manager but will also be an actively working part of the labor force on the dry dock project.
Dry Dock Technician
As a labourer it is your responsibility to work under the dry dock supervisor to assist with hull repair, painting, sealing, and installing glass and window frames. The work setting is in a heavy industrial ship yard and the majority of the work is conducted outside, on stages or scaffolding.