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Welding engineer jobs require expert skills and the ability to anticipate problems, combined with a working knowledge of various metals and other materials. As a result, it is not surprising that engineering companies are queueing up to recruit specialist welders and maintenance engineers.
Apprenticeships and college courses are popular routes into welding, and engineers often undergo an extensive learning process that provides an understanding of physics, chemistry, electricity, and much more.
Welding engineers are expected to carry out many activities while on duty. Aside from a high level of commitment to regular work activities, a welder is expected to keep on top of the latest welding technologies and techniques. A welding engineer is often in charge of monitoring materials and expected to foresee problems on the horizon. They are also usually in charge of performing maintenance and regular inspections on welding equipment.
So, if you have the skills to work in this demanding but hugely rewarding sector of engineering, upload your CV and apply online today with s1jobs.
2 Welding Engineer Jobs Scotland
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Date posted: 29 September
Due to business growth my Client who is based in Glasgow requires time-served MIG Welders to work within their Plant. The job will involve both overhead and flat welding using MIG 1...
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