Welder (mig/mag) / Steel Construction Fitter, Workshop

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2019-09-09

Job description

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YABIMO is an international construction company with broad experience and global operations. Key products and services include high quality steel structures, consultancy and engineering services for Oil & Gas and Energy industries worldwide provided by our top class professionals, such as Supervisors, Engineers and Operators.

Currently, we are looking for Welder (mig/mag) / Steel Construction Fitter, to work on project in the workshop in Stavanger area.

WE OFFER:

  • Salary including daily diet
  • Project in rotation
  • Accommodation and flights included
  • Coordinator’s support throughout the duration of the project

REQUIREMENTS:

  • min. 2 years of relevant exprerience
  • communicative English or one of Scandinavian languages (B1)
  • Welding certificate, meth. 136
  • focused on details, team working
  • flexibility

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