Are you a model maker, watchmaker, nail stylist or do you have any other hobbies that involve precision and accuracy? Would you like to turn these skills into a paid job? Would you like to learn orbital welding? then read on now…. (only apply when living in the Netherlands)
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Does this vacancy as a Orbital Welder in Nijmegen suit you? Then apply before March 31th to pass on your interest. Would you like us to carry out a free search based on your requirements? Then click here for more info.
As a (prospective) Orbital Welder, you will work on your own project from 2D drawings.
You clamp thin-walled stainless steel tubes correctly in the Swagelok after which the machine makes a nice weld-through.
Ultimately, you will make the first contribution to the production of chips that are used in your telephone and television, among other things.
What are your tasks?
- Exact alignment and clamping of the workpiece to be welded
- Precise joining of 2 tubes and checking for correctness
- Rearranging and checking the correct internal welding of the pipes using a Boroscope or endoscope
- Orbital welding of thin-walled stainless steel pipes of 5, 7, 9 to 20 mm diameter with wall thicknesses of 0.5, 0.1 and 2.0 mm, often single pieces or in very small series, from a drawing
- Carrying out a final inspection of the (own) work piece, so that colleagues are assured of an exactly fitting part so that it can immediately be processed in the next step, (for example for assemblers, cleaners or the fine mechanical assembly
You will do all this in a clean room in Wijchen; this room is surrounded by windows so you will receive plenty of outside light.
You will be trained in 4 to 6 weeks so that you can do this independently.
Want to know exactly what Orbital Welding is? Then check out the link below:
Swagelok M200 Welding System – YouTube
Working hours are as follows:
Early shift: 06.00-14.30 hours
Afternoon shift: 14.30-23.00 hours
This position is a good fit for people who have fine mechanical hobbies or for welders who now want to do less physical work in a clean environment.
- Minimum (V)MBO level 2 thinking ability
- You understand 2D drawing reading (mechanical engineering drawings). P&IDs (process and instrumentation diagrams)* are used in the workshop. Otherwise, this is taught to you in the trainee programme
- You have technical insight and a feel for fine mechanics; working accurately with small parts
- Experience with orbital welding of stainless steel pipes and components is a bonus
- Good command of the Dutch or English language
- Living in the Netherlands!! (when not living in the Netherlands we will not respond to your application)
When you start as an orbital welder through Westmore you will receive:
- A fixed salary of €2,300 to €2,800 gross p/m, which will be determined according to your knowledge and experience
- 2-shift bonus of 17%, which will bring you to around €2,691 and €3,276 gross per month incl. bonus
- Prospect of a permanent contract if both you and the employer are satisfied
- A permanent and personal point of contact from Westmore to assist you with questions and comments
- A Pension+ Scheme from your first day of work
- 8% holiday allowance
- 25 holidays + 13 days ADV
- Personal development opportunities in the form of courses and training programmes
Sadaf Sardari +31630117272