CAREERS // MARINE MANUFACTURING

Marine Manufacturing is defined as the manufacture and repair as well as maintenance of marine components, equipment and vessels such as ships and boats. It is a diverse sub sector that requires skill and knowledge of specific types of manufacturing, materials and products as well as of the different stages of the production process from design to planning, to manufacture, to fitting and commissioning. Many of the jobs in this sector require a baseline qualification, with on the job training to develop the specialisation required.

  • Junior Boat Builder

    As a boat builder you are responsible for all aspects of construction on a boat. This includes the hull, deck and bulkheads, the external fittings,...

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  • Shipbuilder

    A Shipbuilder will need to construct sections of the ship, superstructures and components in metal using cutting, joining, forming and shaping...

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  • Boilermaker

    A Boilermaker manufactures and builds structures from steel plates. These structures include boilers for steam engines, pressure vessels, bridges,...

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  • Composite Worker

    A composite worker follows written specifications and works in a production environment with fibreglass and resin.

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