Fabrication Workshop Supervisor

The Shore Group,
£17.50 - £19.00 per hour
15 Jun 2017
14 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
The Shore Group are looking to recruit a Fabrication Workshop Supervisor for one of their reputable clients based in the Glasgow area.

Job Description:

The purpose of this role is to support senior management in delivering and delighting the customer to maximise return business and revenue. The fabrication supervisor's key roles will be the management and supervision of the workforce and where required provide education and training to ensure all works are carried out in a safe manner, to quality required, cost and schedule.

Role and Responsibilities:

1 Plan and control work to ensure all work is carried out safe and to time, cost and quality.
2 Track, monitor and report progress on work.
3 Manage team resource.
4 Manage health and safety of the workforce and work area including carrying out daily toolbox talks and plan of the day talks.
5 Contribute to design for fabrication and installation.
6 Manage stock control and inventory.
7 Provide fabrication costs for new projects.
8 Develop and implement weld procedures.
9 Ability to read and interpret engineer/fabrication drawings.
10 Evaluate and approve the scope of work contained within proposals.
11 Carry out team appraisals and assist in the recruitment process.
12 Input into training requirements.
13 Ensure timesheets are completed for the workforce on time and to quality.

Key Interfaces (Internal)

1 General Manager/Production Manager.
2 Welders/Fabricators.
3 Platers.
4 Project Managers.
5 Project Engineers.

Key Interfaces (External)

1 Supplier base.
2 Client interface and management when required.
3 Subcontractor management.
4 Other specialist services.

Industry knowledge/Experience

Minimum 7 years experience in Fabrication Shop environment.

Minimum 3 years in management/team leader role within the Fabrication environment.

Working knowledge of Oil and Gas/Marine Fabrication works and standards.

Broad knowledge of Welding and Fabrication operation and procedures that includes:

* Manual Metal Arc (MMA)
* Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG)
* Metal Active/Metal Inert Gas (MAG/MIG)
* Gas shielded Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)
* Oxy-Acetylene cutting/welding
* Machine/Workshop power tools and machinery.