- The main focus of the role will be working with fibreglass, gelcoat and composite build materials and resins, demonstrating a sound knowledge of the range of current techniques and procedures available to deliver the right solution for the client
- Lay out or design structural and skin repairs, both large and small, using appropriate materials and techniques and then deliver that solution, completely independently if required
- Perform advanced carpentry work, such as the design and construction of internal cabinetry or structural members, such as engine beds
- Estimate new work
- Demonstrate compliance with company workplace expectations, practices and policies at all times (a detailed employee handbook will be made available to all suitably-qualified applicants as part of the initial evaluation process)
Required Qualifications, Competences and Experience:
- Recognised Marine Trade Certification as a Shipwright / Composite Boat Builder, working on service, maintenance and repairs to a range of power and sail craft in GRP, wood, metal and other build mediums
- Background experience will ideally also incorporate experience working with carbon fibre and high-performance construction materials (a bonus but not essential)
- 5+ years of post-qualifying work experience in the role which you were able to work independently, or with minimal management
- Competent user level of standard IT applications
- Valid Truck licence to be secured within three months of commencing employment
- Self-sufficient approach to the demands of the role, with the ability to take a job and see it through to completion
- Highly motivated, punctual, well organised and a disciplined approach to work and the daily routine in a busy jobbing yard
- Personable manner with the interpersonal and professional skills to liaise with customers as part of working on their vessels and a readiness to act as an ambassador for the company at all times
- Adaptable to the limitations of life within a small but sophisticated island community
Wage: negotiable according to experience (paid in Bermudan dollars, pegged to the US Dollar)
Probationary Period is for six months from start date.
Working Hours - 40 hours per week between 8am and 5pm weekdays with one unpaid hour break per day.
NB: Weekly work hours may vary according to client demand and inclement weather conditions.
- Company logo work shirts provided.
- Company Health Plan plus Pension available according to eligibility.
- Assistance will be given to secure the local work visa.
For further details about the company, please visit http://www.sparyard.bm before you apply.