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Journeyman Welder

Various locations, Alberta and British Columbia, CANADA

Reporting to the Supervisor, Welding, the Journeyman Welder is responsible for the assembling, custom welding, fabrication and repairing of equipment parts in compliance with industry process specifications and standards and other organization standards while ensuring a Zero Harm work environment ensuring all safety procedures, standards and best practices are strictly met and maintained at the same time.

Essential Job Functions

  • Weld, fabricate and fit pressure equipment parts with proper equipment while meeting compliancy with industry-standard ASME codes, WPS, WPDS and Quality Control Manual
  • Troubleshoot, repair and modify/refit worn metal parts by welding them together with additional layers of metal
  • Read, follow and translate blueprints, fabrication drawings, specifications and other instructions
  • Monitor, record and report any discrepancies and issues with parts including but not limited to malfunctions or defects to the Supervisor
  •  Maintain a high standard of workmanship with high-level quality and accuracy
  • Zero Harm Safety work safely and maintaining safety in all areas of the organization
  • Performs all other duties as required in a safe manner as per Supervisor instructions

Educational requirements

  • Journeyman Welding Ticket or equivalent
  • Excellent communication skills reading, understanding and interpreting
  • Proven ability to weld by operating equipment using expected industry processes such as SMAW, SAW, GMAW, GTAW, FCAW
  • Valid First Aid ticket and other HSE-related tickets are assets

We ask that all qualified candidates email their resume to: Candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted directly. No phone calls please.