Offshore Welder / Welder Foreman

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Offshore Welder / Welder Foreman


Date: June 2017
Category: Other Offshore Jobs
Vessel type: Offshore vessel
Salary: Negotiable (best in the present market)
Location: North Sea and Mediterranean sea projects
Applications: 1 candidate has already applied for the job

Experienced offshore Welder / Welder Foreman is required to join Offshore Heavy lift/Construction vessel.All offshore certification and experience required as per bellow.

The Welder Foreman have to ensure correct and efficient welding performance in accordance with applied Welding Procedures, and to match following criterias:

  • Technical and Welding knowledge.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience as Welder and proven organizational skills.
  • Experience with Welding processes SMAW and FCAW.
  • Experience with Welding position 6G and 6GR.
  • Good English skills.

Must be EU nationalities only!
Key responsibilities:

  • Preparation of all welding requirements needed for efficient welding.
  • Oversee a team of Welders.

Boarding: ASAP
Location: North Sea and Mediterranean sea projects
Rotation: 10 weeks on, 5 weeks off.
Salary: Negotiable(best in the present market)


  • Welding AWS D1.1 or ISO 9606-01 – SMAW.
  • Welding AWS D1.1 – FCAW.
  • OPITO approved BOSIET/FOET and CA-EBS.
  • Marlin’s Test (n/a for native speakers).
  • Medical offshore (OGUK or equivalent).
  • Seafarers Medical.
  • Medical first aid (STCW 2010).
  • GWO Working on heights.
  • GWO Manual Handling.
  • GWO Sea Survival.

Minimum 5 years’ experience as Welder and proven organizational skills.

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