AECOM is hiring Rig Welder Journeyman with B-Pressure to join the CNRL Albian Spring Turnaround project team on site near Fort McMurray, Alberta. This is a temporary position.
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. Welding usually involves applying heat to metal pieces to melt and fuse them together. Welders use different welding processes and fillers depending upon the type of metal, its size and shape, and requirements for finished product strength. For a typical welding project, they: develop patterns for projects or follow directions given in layouts, blueprints and work orders; clean, check for defects and shape component parts, sometimes using a cutting torch to weld parts together. Welders may also build up worn parts by welding layers of high-strength hard-metal alloys onto them.
Rig Welders will be expected to do but are not limited to the following tasks:
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
Follows various company policies and procedures such as: ISO AECOM's Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS) Client Specific WPS AECOM's Safety Program Conditions of Employment for this position are: For positions that fall into the list of required positions within the AECOM Oil & Gas Background Check policy, qualified applicants who are offered, and accept, the role must complete a satisfactory pre-employment Background Check. This may consist of all or a combination of the following: Canadian Criminal Record check, an Employment Verification and/or an Education and Accreditation Verification. For positions that fall into the list of required positions within the AECOM Oil & Gas Alcohol & Drug (A&D) policy, qualified applicants who are offered, and accept, a position must provide evidence of a satisfactory Alcohol & Drug test in accordance with the Company's Alcohol & Drug Policy. In order to be valid, the test must have been conducted at the direction of AECOM - O&G Business Unit. Minimum Requirements Journeyman Certificate of Completion in the Welding trade B-Pressure Certification from Alberta Boilers Safety Association (ABSA) Construction Safety Training Systems (CSTS-09 or 2020) Certification or Petroleum Safety Training (PST) CSE (Confined Space Entry) Fall Arrest and/or Fall Protection (OSSA issued ticket is the general requirement) Uphand Ticket Valid Government Issued ID Successful pass of weld test on production welds is a requirement Preferred Qualifications N/A