Posted on :
15 Jul, 2019
15 Jul, 2019
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BHGE helps its customers acquire, transport and refine hydrocarbons more efficiently, productively and safely, with a smaller environmental footprint and at a lower cost per barrel. Backed by the digital industrial strength of GE, the company deploys minds, machines and the cloud to break down silos and reduce waste and risk, applying breakthroughs from other industries to advance its own.
With operations in over 120 countries, the company’s global scale, local know-how, and commitment to service infuse over a century of experience with the spirit of a startup – inventing smarter ways to bring energy to the world.
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Job Title: ARMO Welder
Under general supervision, performs welding applications within one or more work teams.
Perform welding, hand grinding and sandblasting applications on fishing and casing exit downhole tools.
Perform visual and in-process inspections in accordance with API and ISO quality specifications. Working with engineering teams and non-destructive testing (NDT) vendors to ensure the final product is fit for purpose.
Helps facilitate the team in diagnosing, troubleshooting, and solving welding problems that enhance efficiency within the work team.
Contributes to the team’s safety culture and ensure all safety procedures for welding operations are followed.
Responsible for supporting the team and the team’s objectives.
Required to pass periodic welding tests and qualifications in compliance with qualification procedures.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Must have knowledge of welding processes – MIG (GMAW), Stick (SMAW), Braze Welding and hardfacing applications.
Must be able to read, interpret and follow blueprints/procedures.
3 – 5 years of welding experience in a shop environment
Ability and willingness to work overtime.
Experience with carbide, hardfacing and/or oilfield welding is ideal.
Capable of using a computer to retrieve work documents and record production numbers – Windows-based systems with Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel), as well as SAP.
General Oilfield knowledge would be an advantage.