Welding Supervisor

Dry Docks World - United Arab Emirates

Read specifications and pre-planning job (Sequence of job, manpower, equipment).
Develop & review project risk analysis
Develop and review Fabrication plan, build strategies in order to formalize the optimum utilization of yard equipment and resources.
Attend training for any activity required by the department.
Ensure that welding supervision is fully in compliance with the ITP, WT requirement, Welding consumable procedure and equipment in use are validated.
Ensure that all welding supervision are complying with DDWD ISO 3834- 2 manual annex 1 procedure.
Develop detailed completion program with manpower loading.
Review Dimension Control / Fit up inspections reports and guide the team for necessary proceedings to give the best fit for welding.
Co-ordination of work progress with Project Manager, Owners representatives, other trades and within the department.
Develop / review manpower request and target report prepared by foreman / Sr. Foreman
Provide work done reports, descriptions and field reports to Invoicers / Estimators.
Follow and report work progress.
Liaise with department planning section for Productivity measurements as applicable
Maintain Project file up-to-date as directed with all supporting documents.
Proactive participation in identifying errors and effective reporting through NCIR system
Train, motivate, appraise and provide feedback on training requirements to uplift the skill of subordinates
Ensure that the Safety, Quality & Environment requirements of the yard are strictly followed.
Perform other job related duties as assigned by the section head.

Degree or Diploma in Engineering or equivalent.
Minimum International Welding Specialist (IWS) certificate according to ISO14731 or any other equivalent qualifications or internal training.
CSWIP 3.1/3.2 or AWS CWI certificate as Welding Inspector will be considered as advantage.
At least 8 years of experience as lead Foreman or Supervisor in Ship-Repair, Offshore Fabrication or New Building Yard.
Familiar with International Welding, Offshore Fabrication and Shipbuilding Standards (AWS D1.1, ASME IX, ISO 15614, ISO 9606, ISO 3834-2, IACS Rec.47, DNVGL-OS-C401, EEMUA 158…).
Thorough knowledge in various types of welding processes, material grades and welding consumables estimation and control.
Basic knowledge of Non-destructive and destructive tests used in production and during WPQR qualification.
Knowledge and understanding of preheating and interpass control monitoring including various heat treatment processes.
Possess knowledge of MS office, Planning and basic Project Management skills.

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