Shipwright Joiner/Technician

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  • Location

    Jubail, Saudi Arabia

  • Sector:

    Marine and Shipbuilding

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  • Salary:

    Up to £280.00 per day

  • Contact:

    Kayleigh Hodgkiss

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

  • Duration:

    18-24 months

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 To maintain and repair through Hull and Deck Fittings and Fixtures in GRP structures to support Al Jawf Class Minehunters.

 To maintain and repair the GRP hull, deck furniture and woodwork, tanks, ships cradles and other hull designated activities.

 To implement and adhere to the Maintenance Management System routines.

 When necessary, assist the Shipwright Foreman and Services Shop head with docking, ship movements and the correct use of ships chairs and cradles.

 To deploy with the Forward Support Unit and to work shift patterns as required providing full technical support for the vessels.

 To undertake other duties as assigned on Al Jawf Class Minehunters.

 To adhere to all RSNF Codes of Practice for the safe handling of all flammable and non-flammable GRP materials and composites and to observe and apply correct procedures for all GRP repair activities, with careful attention to production methods of modular construction and necessary hull quality and integrity standards.

 To comply with all RSNF directives, safety procedures and Codes of Practice.

 To observe confidentiality of RSNF data at all times.

 The RSNF may designate this billet as a training billet. The incumbent will be required to impart his knowledge of position-related skills, duties and responsibilities in such a manner as permit assimilation on the part of the RSNF trainee.

 Maintenance of the Al Jawf Class Minehunters and associated support equipment in accordance with the RSNF Al Jawf Class Maintenance Management System.


 Ordinary National Certificate or equivalent professional qualification, or a combination of training and experience (eg in the Royal Navy) which provides an equivalent educational standard.

 An Ex-Naval Senior Rating with substantial workshop supervisory experience would also be suitable.

 Extensive engineering experience including as a Shipwright/Joiner with a good working knowledge of the skills required to maintain and repair GRP hulls and fittings.