Job Code: JSOP-1031
Country: Lithuania

Country Description: Lithuania, located in the Baltic region of Europe, is known for its rich cultural heritage, picturesque landscapes, and dynamic economy. With a blend of historic charm, modern infrastructure, and innovative industries, Lithuania offers opportunities for residents and businesses alike. The country’s economy is driven by sectors such as manufacturing, technology, agriculture, and transportation. Lithuania’s strategic location, skilled workforce, and pro-business environment make it an attractive destination for investment and growth.

Job Designation: Heavy Drivers, Welders, Ship Hull Assembler, Structural Fitter (Construction)

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

In Lithuania’s thriving construction industry, professionals in various roles contribute to the development and maintenance of infrastructure projects, including buildings, roads, bridges, and maritime structures.

Heavy Drivers:

  • Operating heavy vehicles and equipment, such as trucks, dump trucks, and construction machinery, to transport materials, equipment, and personnel to and from construction sites.
  • Following safety regulations, traffic laws, and route plans to ensure safe and efficient transportation of goods and materials to designated destinations.
  • Performing routine maintenance checks and inspections on vehicles and equipment, and reporting any mechanical issues or safety concerns to supervisors for prompt resolution.


  • Fabricating and joining metal components and structures using welding techniques such as arc welding, MIG welding, or TIG welding, to meet project specifications and quality standards.
  • Reading and interpreting blueprints, schematics, and welding symbols to determine welding requirements and layout specifications.
  • Inspecting welds for quality and accuracy, and making adjustments as needed to ensure structural integrity and compliance with welding codes and standards.

Ship Hull Assembler:

  • Assembling and fitting together metal components, panels, and sections to construct ship hulls and maritime structures, following engineering plans, specifications, and assembly diagrams.
  • Using hand tools, power tools, and welding equipment to cut, shape, and join metal parts, and ensuring proper alignment, fit, and connection of components.
  • Inspecting assembled structures for quality, accuracy, and compliance with design requirements, and making adjustments or repairs as needed to ensure seaworthiness and integrity.

Structural Fitter:

  • Fitting and assembling structural components, such as beams, columns, and trusses, to construct buildings, bridges, and other civil engineering projects, according to architectural and engineering drawings.
  • Reading and interpreting construction plans, blueprints, and technical specifications to determine assembly sequences, dimensions, and materials requirements.
  • Using measuring instruments, cutting tools, and welding equipment to fabricate and install structural elements with precision and accuracy.

Their responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Adapting to the demands of construction work, including outdoor work in varying weather conditions, irregular schedules, and physical exertion, demonstrating resilience, endurance, and professionalism.
  • Communicating effectively with colleagues, supervisors, and project stakeholders to coordinate tasks, resolve issues, and ensure teamwork and productivity.
  • Following safety protocols, procedures, and regulations to prevent accidents, injuries, and property damage on construction sites, prioritizing the well-being of oneself and others.
  • Participating in training programs, workshops, and professional development opportunities to enhance skills, knowledge, and proficiency in construction techniques, equipment operation, and industry best practices.
  • Contributing to the success and quality of construction projects by delivering high-quality workmanship, attention to detail, and adherence to project schedules and specifications.
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