Displays a commitment to Waiward’s incident-free vision, values, and culture;
Check welding work, visually and dimensionally, with assembly drawing to ensure it is correct prior to sending out;
Coordinate crew to meet schedule demands with the guidance of the shop foreman and general foreman;
Inspect to ensure that all tack welds follow welding symbols;
Coordinate with Shop QC Coordinator to solve any problems with drawings;
Attend daily toolbox meetings;
Complete tasks with minimal NCR’s;
Properly and consistently follow and document established procedures;
Ensures that the crew and themselves wear the appropriate personal protective equipment at all times;
Report personal injuries, no matter how minor, and obtain medical attention as required;
May perform other related duties as assigned.
Must be a registered apprentice, an Alberta-certified journeyperson, hold a valid recognized credential, or possess the skills and knowledge expected of a journeyperson;
10+ years of on the job experience;
Basic and advanced rigging course an asset;
FLHA Training an asset;
Overhead Crane Operator Course preferred;
The incumbent is required to work in the fabrication shop with moderate noise.
The incumbent is required to stand and sit for extended periods of time and will require good physical attributes for walking on uneven ground, climbing, confined space entry, limited lifting, and sitting.