Project Type: Maintenance Outtage
Project Location: IOL Kearl
Shift: Day or Night
Travel Details: Charter Flights from Calgary and Edmonton
Allied Partner: Heartland Constructors Inc.
Reference Number: 12684
Welders join or sever metals in beams, girders, vessels, piping and other metal components, make metal parts used in construction and manufacturing plants, and weld parts, tools, machines and equipment.
Journeyperson Certificate of Completion in the Welding trade
B-Pressure Certification from Alberta Boilers Safety Association (ABSA)
Common Safety Orientation (CSO)
Construction Safety Training Systems (CSTS-09 or 2020) Certification
Energy Safety Canada Certified Fall Arrest/Fall Protection
Energy Safety Canada Certified Confined Space
Valid Government Issued Identification
Welding tickets and/or welder performance qualification testing required – as per Site’s Performance Qualification testing of welder’s guideline:
F3/F4 Carbon Steel,
SMAW – F (flat) V (vertical) H (horizontal)
CWB-1: Mode: Manual, Class: F/H/Vu/O, Material: CS, Process: SMAW, Classification: S Electrode: F4Journeyman
Weld up to 30 inches (FDI) per day when material is available (some welds may be customized while others may be repetitive procedures to complete the work)
Use welding processes such as SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW, or SAW to weld pressure piping
Follow various company policies and procedures
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With a significant presence in the construction, industrial maintenance, and turnaround sectors, Jardeg is the largest recruiter of skilled trades in Canada. In 2022 alone, we’ll be supporting over 10 million manhours of work and a peak headcount over 10,000.
If you’re a tradesperson working in Canada, our position across commercial, infrastructure, and industrial construction, plus maintenance and turnarounds means we have more than just a job for you. We have a lifetime of work.