£13.91 - £19.03 per hour
8 months ago
Flux Core Welder (Warships)
36 hours standard
Expected overtime and shift work
Undertake the structural alterations or build modules by following engineering drawings on naval surface ships and submarines.
Competent to work within multi - trade teams to co - ordinate these structural alterations.
Read drawings, interpret work instructions and perform the work to time, cost and quality.
Ability to align, prepare the weld joint and then weld structural seam to a specified weld procedure. The thickness of the materials is typically 8mm-24mm.
Ability to use basic gouge and edge preparation through grinding.
Ability to use basic hand tools, guillotines, and band saws.
Weld processes which are used on MMA, MIG Flux-core and occasionally TIG in mainly carbon steel and stainless. They tested at either Lloyds or EN287.
Cleaning up of own work arising.
Slinging duties as required.
Any other task within the individual's competence as directed by the company.
Indentured Apprenticeship/ Level 3 Modern Apprenticeship in a sheet metal, structural steel or fabrication related discipline/ Indentured or Level 2/Level 3 Modern Apprenticeship in Fabrication & Welding
All applicants require to be willing to undergo through a Security clearance process.