The average pay for a Welding Inspector is AED 77,903 per year. People in this job generally don't have more than 10 years' experience.
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|Salary||AED 34,765 - AED 241,610|
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|AED 35,000 - AED 562,380|
Job Description for Welding Inspector
A welding inspector oversees other welders to make sure that they are carrying out welding techniques properly and are adhering to time constraints and safety standards. The welding inspector also needs to periodically inspect equipment to make sure that it is in working order. When there are methods and procedures that can be improved in the welding guidelines, the welding inspector must update the standards. The welding inspector may be in charge of providing training for a group of welders and getting them certified. Inspection of the welding results also needs to be done to make sure that they are meeting standards. Therefore, public speaking skills may come in handy.Read More...
To keep up to date with the latest developments, the welding inspector may often be required to travel to seminars and courses. During the workday, the welding inspector will often directly partake in welding activities such as coating, welding, and piping. This job often requires working in a noisy environment, so a welding inspector should not be sensitive to loud sounds. Exposure to toxic chemicals may also be encountered. Basic computer skills are usually required in order to create reports regarding welding activity. Minimum physical standards are also needed, such as the ability to bend, stoop, squat, and lift heavy objects. The job generally requires AWS QC-1 certification, as well as a few years of experience. Often, a minimum of a high school diploma is required, along with schooling in the field. There are often full--time, part-time, and seasonal positions available. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Welding Inspector Tasks
- Inspect weldments to determine if they meet specifications and material standards.
- Educate staff and welders in safety and assembly procedures and requirements.
- Document all inspections, computations, results, and feedback provided.