Orbital Welder (Commute to Kildare)

Contact Dylan Tracey
  • Salary: €53,000
  • Location: LeinsterIrelandKilkenny
  • Sector: Steel & Manufacturing
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Sonas Technical are currently on the lookout to recruit an experienced Orbital Welder to join a client of ours who are one of Ireland’s top mechanical engineering companies who deliver complex projects across multiple industries. The successful candidate will be working along side a team of skilled Orbital Welders and High Purity Fitters on a large semi-conductor plant outside of Dublin.

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What you will be doing in the role:

You will performing any orbital welding / coded welding duties seen as necessary and outlined by our client which come up on the job. A list of these duties can be provided upon your application.
Certificates/Experience that would be advantageous:

  • 8+ years experience in Orbital Welding
  • Coded Welding Certs
  • Orbital Welding Certs
  • Manual Handling
  • Safe Pass
  • Other Certificates of Welding Competence
  • Industry Experience

Rates: €25.59 per hour (travel lodge is also available)

Job Type: Full-time

To apply please send your CV to dylan.tracey@sonastechnical.com

 

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