Airswift prides itself on having one of the largest, most comprehensive databases for the staffing needs of the energy, process and infrastructure industries. We are currently looking to recruit qualified people for offshore welding jobs as well as work with energy, process and infrastructure sector employers to meet their staffing needs.
Most of the offshore welding jobs offered through Airswift require a few years of experience coupled with an intensive secondary education degree. The American Welding Society usually gives certifications for offshore welders and they must meet AWS D3.6M Underwater Welding Code Requirements. Most welders learn the craft of welding and then gain experience with diving training through apprenticeships before they are fully prepared to work.
Because of Airswift’s commitment to maintaining the best and brightest network of energy, process and infrastructure sector contractors in the world, we put potential job candidates through a rigorous screening process of which only a recruiting firm of our size and magnitude is capable. For potential job candidates we offer one-on-one services with qualified account managers who find placement for workers depending on their unique skills and qualifications. For employers, Airswift offers comprehensive HR services ranging from background checks and drug screens, to payroll work, contract negotiation and salary arbitration.
The typical welder salary varies due to experience levels, but can range between $42,000 to $66,000 a year. Because of the high level of skill it takes to perform welding work underwater, the typical offshore underwater welder can make $80,000 to begin and as much as $200,000 after gaining years of experience. Depending on which country the offshore work takes place, the pay can range per day with more developed countries offering better compensation for services.
Airswift has a need to fill offshore welding jobs throughout the world. Airswift has placed workers in 57 countries. Because of the nature of the Oil & Gas production business, within energy, process and infrastructure fields, it is very likely that an offshore welding job could land you in a brand new location. Airswift takes care of our contractors by taking care of all travel logistics including housing, rental cars and the transportation of goods from your home to your new place of work. We also have strategic relationships with passport and visa companies that allow us to get you to work in foreign countries quickly and without hassle.
If you are a qualified and experienced offshore welder or are looking to fill your oil rig’s welding jobs offshore, Airswift would love to speak with you. We have representatives in over 50 offices around the world who are available to answer your questions about welding offshore jobs or the energy, process and infrastructure industries. Contact us through contact form below or phone and we will help you as soon as possible. We look forward to meeting your unique staffing needs!