Welders for production of towers for wind turbines
We are looking for welders for several functions in the production process of towers for wind turbines. We have automized, semi-automized as well as hand welding.
Welding is the backbone of the production, and you will be crucial to the success of WELCON and transforming the energy sector in Europe. You should be eager to take responsibility and perform your tasks with accuracy and precision.
As an employee at Welcon A/S, you will have a stable workplace where health and safety are of high priority. You will become part of a team of good colleagues and a supportive management.
What we expect of you:
- You have valid welding certification 135 and/or 138.
- You take pride in being accurate with your work and have a stable hand.
- You have an optimistic and positive mindset
- You are reliable, loyal and punctual
- You understand technical drawings
- You can use IT as per instructions
- You speak fair English or Danish. Alternatively Polish or German.
- Supplementary welding, truck or crane certifications are an advantage
What we offer you:
- A good introduction to the tasks
- The possibility to work with different welding techniques as per your skills and interest
- For the right person the chance to progress into foreman/team leader
- A good work environment with focus on safety at work.
- Attractive work conditions and salary scheme
- A workplace appreciating you as employee.
- A very good canteen
- A choice between work schemes which can allow you to travel back and forward to your home country or settle down in Denmark
IF YOU CAN DREAM IT, WE CAN STEEL IT.
WELCON A/S produces towers and foundations for wind turbines, as well as other steel structures at the factory's production facilities in Give, Denmark. We are known for our high-quality products and high level of service to our customers.
WELCON A/S is part of CJ Holding, which was founded by the brothers Jens and Carsten Pedersen in 1993 and is family owned. The group operates internationally and employs more than 600 people.