What Do Ship Welders Do?
Welders specialising in the maritime industry will be working primarily on large ships and vessels either at sea or in a shipyard. This can include new construction and repair work. Ship welders are responsible for creating secure welds in bulkheads, deck plating, boilers, structural supports, and pipes throughout a vessel. Maritime welding often requires a higher-than-average skill level as a poor weld can lead to ship damage. Keep your resume up-to-date with Ameri-Force to hear about the newest shipyard welding jobs.
What Type of Welding do Ship Welders Use?
Shipyard welding jobs commonly require specialization in the following types of welding: Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), Pulse Arc Welding (GMAW-P), Air Carbon Arc Gouging and more. Nearly all welding positions are used aboard a ship including: Horizontal (2G), Vertical (3G), and Overhead (4G). Welders should be proficient in stainless steel, carbon, and aluminum welding.
Where Do Marine Welders Work?
New ship welder jobs are listed below and new positions are posted regularly. Keep your resume updated and on file with Ameri-Force. Browse our open welding jobs or call 800-522-8998
today to speak with a recruiter. Although we hire nationwide, many of our local welder jobs are located in Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, California, and Washington.