Offshore Rope Access Painter Blaster Magnus Days Jobs Vacancy at Cape Plc
Cape Plc urgently required following position for Offshore Rope Access Painter Blaster Magnus Days. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Offshore Rope Access Painter Blaster Magnus Days Jobs Vacancy at Cape Plc Jobs Details:
GBP 23.06 - 25.06 Hourly
Cape is an international leader in the provision of essential non-mechanical industrial services principally to the energy and mineral resources infrastructure sectors. Our range of multi-disciplinary services includes common access systems, insulation, refractory, painting, coatings, blasting, industrial cleaning, training and assessment, which are required on an ongoing basis throughout the lifecycle of downstream energy infrastructure assets. With over 19,000 people in 30 countries, Cape delivers safe, reliable and intelligent solutions both on and offshore.
An opportunity has arisen for a Rope Access IRATA Level 3 Painter/Blaster on BP Magnus to support the platform team in their day to day activities. You will be responsible for carrying out all your duties in a safe, competent manner and in line with both Cape systems and the IRATA Code of Practice.
In return for your commitment and capability, we can offer the opportunity to work in a challenging environment with a lively team where hard work is rewarded.
Cape was founded in 1893 as an importer and manufacturer of insulation materials. Since then we have grown steadily, both organically and through acquisition, to become the leading international multi-disciplinary service provider we are today. We now employ over 18,000 people in 21 countries, bringing expertise and experience to the full lifecycle of large secure industrial assets. We provide a global client base with a wide range of core and specialist services, principally to industrial plant operators and major international Engineering and Construction contractors both on, and off-shore.
Our values describe the working culture and underlying behaviour we aim for across Cape. These values are:
•Relentless Pursuit of Excellence
•Commitment to Deliver
•Commitment to our People
•One High Performing Team
We believe these values are fundamental to our vision to build a better business for the long-term; and our aim to bring excellence to every aspect of every project we support.
Please note that due to our ongoing commitment to the current Cape workforce who have already demonstrated the that they have the right attitude, skills and experience, some or all of the positions contained within this advert may be filled by the internal movement of existing Cape employees. As a result no external hires may take place.
You will be a competent IRATA level 3 as well as having Completion of Apprenticeship Certificate, Offshore Survival, OGUK Medical and MIST. A valid first Aid certificate is also essential for the role.