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As a Welder in the energy industry, you would cut, shape and join together pieces of metal to make the structures and equipment used in energy production. You would examine the plans and drawings of what you’re making, select the best type of welding tool for the job and use it to heat the metals so that they join together into the planned new shape.

Welders work might work at an onshore or offshore production facility or an onshore workshop. You might find yourself working in a cradle or harness while working with larger pieces of metal and you may have to work in shifts that include early starts or late finishes.

Whether you’re repairing a broken pipeline or creating new blades for a wind turbine, as a Welder, you’ll be helping to provide the energy industry with the equipment it needs to keep going safely and efficiently.