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CV, Experienced Welder In All Techniques Targeting Europe

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 39414
(06/06/1988, male)
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Short Bio:

I am a focused & enthusiastic individual who is motivated by the achievement of common goals with a commitment to the quality and effectiveness of how these are delivered. I enjoy working as part of a team which is challenged to improve efficiencies in the business and I accept full responsibility and accountability for my work
I work with drive & initiative and my expertise encourages me to be innovative and creative I take pride in my ability to work to a very high standard.

Current location: 

Scotland, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Certifications

Forklift Licence (up to 7 tonnes)

NDT testing certificate

6G flux core coded

First aid

 

Education

Aberdeen College:

2008 – 2009 SVQ Level 3 in Fabrication and Welding

2006 – 2007 NC in Fabrication and Welding

– Higher – Surface Development

– Higher – Fabrication Skills

– Higher – Inspection: Non-destructive testing skills

– Int 2 – Manual metal arc welding process

– Int 2 – Introduction to CAD

– Int 2 – Fastening & Joining

– Int 1 – Design and Make

– Int 1 – Mathematics – engineering numeracy

 

2004 – 2005 SVQ Level 2 in Performing Engineering Operation

– Working safely in an engineering environment

– Developing yourself & working with others

– Communicating technical information

– Identifying & selecting engineering materials

– Fitting using hand skills

– Machining engineering materials

– Producing sheet metal components & assemblies

 

Employment History

QHSE Coordinator – Isleburn Ltd –
April 2014 – Present

• Ensure all jobs are completed whilst complying with the correct procedures and as per the client drawings provided

• Ensure all dimensions, NDT and coating inspections have been thoroughly checked

• Carry out routine inspection of projects using calibrated / maintained equipment

• Update and maintain staff training matrix

• Ensure correct material grades are used

• Ensure plant equipment and production tools are available, maintained, calibrated and serviced

• Responsible for QHSE Assistant

 

Fabrication Supervisor – Harlen Fabrication
Sept 2013 – April 2014

• Carry out routine inspection of projects using calibrated / maintained equipment

• Operate a variety of monitoring and measurement equipment

• Advise workshop manager of non-conformances in production

• Ensure plant equipment and production tools are available, maintained, calibrated and serviced

• Delegate and supervise tasks as directed by workshop manager and as detailed in instruction sheets and drawings

• Comply with the organizations health and safety requirements

• Comply with the organizations quality process procedures

 

 

Welder Fabricator – Averon Engineering – April 2011 – September 2013

During the time that I worked at Averon I gained experience in many aspects of my trade, including fabricating and welding the following;

 

• Crash frames

• B.O.P cages

• Containers

• Shipping skids

• Grease skids

• Pipe spools

 

All of the jobs were to DNV 2.7.1 standard. I also manufactured many stainless items using TIG and pulse MIG welding, this included the following;

 

• Stainless steel fuel tanks

• Stainless steel pressure test units

• Stainless steel grease skids

• Stainless steel pipe spools

 

Welder Fabricator & Mechanical Technician – Oteac
April 2010 – April 2011

My role at Oteac involved undertaking welding, fabricating, lifting and testing work. I gained experience at my time at Oteac in the following;

• Pressure testing

• NDT pad eye inspection (MPI & DPI)

• Sling inspection

• Load testing

Part of my role was to maintain relationships with customer representatives and within my testing and refurbishment role, I ensured that all equipment was inspected, repaired and tested to standards and accreditations held by Oteac.

 

Blacksmith (Apprenticeship) – JS Findlaters
July 2005 – September 2009

I completed my four year apprenticeship in Welding Fabrication and have also attained an SVQ Level 3 in Fabrication and Welding. While serving my apprenticeship I worked on a variety of jobs, ranging from the following;

• Gates and railings

• Beams and box section frames for construction industry

• Tool stands for the oil industry.

• Heating and tempering steel

 

References

Available on request