Ideally have a back ground in ship refit (and preferable to have ship build experience too)
Experience of working with working with vessels.
Read and understand basic layout and assembly drawings, to class society rules / standards
Understand work specifications.
Understand equipment manuals and installation guides.
To be able to set up carry out alignment and dimensional control checks.
Must be able to work with equipment plasma cutting, gas cutting, guillotines, radial drills, presses, welding equipment and hand tools.
Undertake support for docking and undocking of vessels, setting up blocks, carry out line handling, fitting and monitoring of shores whilst docking being carried out.
Ensure good personal time keeping and conduct inline with agreed policies and procedures
Carry out duties with minimum supervision using own initiative to plan and prioritise workload within set timescales.
Ensure all safety, regulatory, rule and Company changes/alterations to working practises are adhered to and that all necessary records and inspections are maintained at all times to comply with current legislation.
Acceptable Experience and Training:
Experience of work to class society rules for boat building,
Time served NVQ Level 3 apprenticeship with HNC/NC Welding & Fabrication /Shipbuilding Qualification.
Must have experience setting datums of keel and frame alignments, shell plating fit ups, Welding Procedures, New build Methods of fabrication installation for aluminium craft vessels and steel ship repair back techniques.
Must have at least 3-5 years minimum trade experience in the marine industry.
Must have good demonstrable organisational skills.
Must be able to interpret technical drawings, schematic parts manuals and diagrams and associated technical data & specifications.
Salary - £31,720 (based on 40 hours per week) Plus OT after 40 hours paid at x1.5 . As the role is permanent you will also benefit from the salaried benefits such as holiday, sickness and pension.
Permanent, Full Time
- Industry Sector Other