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  • Location

    Oxfordshire

  • Sector:

    Rail

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £20 - £24 per hour

  • Contact:

    Kenny McEvoy

  • Contact email:

    Kenny.McEvoy@txmrecruit.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

    1332974922

  • Job ref:

    BH-27692

  • Published:

    26 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-07-31

  • Startdate:

    2021-06-30

  • Consultant:

    Kenny McEvoy

TIG Welder/Fabricator

Pay: £20 - £24 hourly doing 40 hours a week

Location: Oxfordshire

Qualification: Coded / apprenticeship / NDT

 

Key Tasks:

• Carry out required welding using a mixture of TIG and MIG welding techniques

• Be able to efficiently complete a number of non-welding activities (eg forming, grinding,

operate overhead cranes, Port pulling & waterjet)

• Interact with support functions and/or other departments.

• Be flexible and willing to learn new process and products in line with business needs

• Engage in continued improvement ideas

 

Experience:

Essential:

• Experience in a manufacturing industry

• Experience with TIG

• Experience with a selection of fabrication techniques

Desirable:

• Experience with MIG welding

• Experience working with pressure vessels or similar

Personal Characteristics:

• Flexible attitude

• Demonstrates active support and helps other members of the team

• Makes and communicates clear decisions

• Proactive and positive in approaching business needs

• Active participant in problem solving and generates ideas for improvement initiatives

• Willingness to engage with other departments

 

Mandatory Responsibilities:

All Employees have the following responsibilities whereby they must:

• Take responsibility for aspects of Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) over which they have

control.

• Gain and keep required Welding codes

• Understand information prescribed within Weld Procedure Specifications (WPS).

• Carry out welding tasks to required safety, quality and efficiency standards.

• Adhere to the Company’s OH&S requirements (defined in OH&S policy, risk assessments,

work instructions and through training, etc.).

• Take reasonable care for their own health and safety.

• Consider the safety of other persons who may be affected by their acts or omissions.

• Work in accordance with information and training provided.

• Refrain from intentionally misusing or recklessly interfering with anything that has been

provided for health and safety reasons.

• Report any hazardous defects in plant and equipment, or shortcomings in the existing safety

arrangements, to a responsible person without delay.

• Not undertake any task for which authorisation and / or training has not been given.

• To promote and maintain a culture of continued Risk Assessments.

Please note this is for all levels within the Production Technician role, for individual grades please

refer to grading scheme.