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Welder Required for rosyth 60 hour weeks - Start Date 17th April
PAYE - £18.86 - £30.03
Umbrella - £24.52 - £38.90
Proficient and experienced in the use of MMA and MIG/MAG/FCAW welding processes in ferrous and non-ferrous materials.
Basic Understanding of the operational controls of the equipment associated with the above welding process equipment
Understanding of the quality assurance requirements associated with the control of welding
e.g. weld maps/control of consumables/working to procedures
Able to work on tasks requiring radiographic/ultrasonic examination and passing the required welder approval tests associated with the welding processes quoted above in various welding positions.
Able to understand written and oral work instructions including the use of welding procedure specifications and capable of interpreting engineering drawings showing welding symbols Knowledge of the health and safety risks associated with welding and working in the ship repair environment.
Understanding of Hot work and confined space permits/requirements/procedures Trained in the use of hand held grinders and the changing of the abrasive wheels associated with this equipment
Understanding of the methods to prevent welding distortion including balanced welding sequences, restraining bars, etc.
Understanding of the basic requirements of the visual acceptance requirements for welds There may be occasions when you would be asked to work/travel outside of the main location