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Welding Superintendent

Job Category:  Construction
Contract Partner Company:  Rullion
Employing Company:  Rullion

The HPC Jobs Service supports local people into exciting, long-term careers across our Project.

The Welding Superintendent supports the Construction Technical Support and Quality Delivery Managers in planning and delivering welding and allied activities on the HPC project.


The role involves mainly liaising with contract partners to ensure that they understand and deliver the welding excellence required in the environment of a licensed nuclear construction site. The Welding Superintendent plays a key role in ensuring that the day to day welding quality is maintained at a high level and individual welders are supported and encouraged to produce high quality work and have the necessary tools and environment to perform at the highest level. The Superintendent will report to the Head of Construction Technical Support on matters pertaining to welding, pipework erection and metallurgical controls such as heat treatment and mitigation of system stresses.


  • Significant experience in welding and erection activities on large projects leading teams of people
  • Proven ability to engage Senior Management and variety of stakeholders to work in the interest of attaining high quality welding with low defect rates
  • Ability to contribute to the management of a high performing team that continuously outperforms expectations and objectives
  • Understanding of Quality Management Systems and experience of the application of ISO 9001 standard in a construction, engineering or industrial context.
  • Have a sympathetic and observant work presence that gains respect and cooperation of work groups
  • Be able to write informative, concise and meaningful reports
  • Possess excellent organisation and communication skills




  • Education to degree level or a proven record of academic knowledge in mechanical and or materials related subject. This could include HND or NVQ level 4.
  • Experience as a welder or skilled mechanical craftsman
  • Previous experience working in the nuclear or a similarly regulated industry would be highly valued
  • Ability to identify and work with teams of skilled craftsmen.


Terms and Conditions:

  • 33 Days accrued holiday pay including 8 bank holidays
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Weekly pay
  • 40.00 hours per week
  • 12 month Contract


For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. As a project, we do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.