You’ll have the ability to read engineering drawings and interpret work instructions and be proficient in the use of general workshop machinery and hand tools such as the use of grinders, guillotines and band saws. You will be competent with weld processes such as MMA, MIG Flux-core and TIG (in mainly carbon steel and stainless Quality tested at either Lloyds or EN287) and have the ability to use basic gouge and edge preparation through grinding.
You’ll also have at least one of the below qualifications:
- 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.
You will also need to have experience in the following areas:
- A proven track record of completing work to time, cost and quality parameters.
- Ideally will have worked in the marine industry with experience of Royal Navy ships and submarines, Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels or large commercial ships. Other relevant experience will be considered.