EXPERIENCE IN PRODUCTION WELDING OR CERTIFICATE IN WELDING REQUIRED
SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF WELDING TEST AS PART OF INTERVIEW
1st Shift Start Pay: $19.00/hour
2nd Shift Start Pay: $20.62/hour
Are you a competent mig welder possessing the skills necessary to weld a variety of material thicknesses, various joint configurations, and all positions> Are you able to make accurate measurements down to 1/16″ with a tape measure? Are you familiar with common fabrication practices such as grinding, spatter removal, squaring of structures, fitting parts, reading weld schematics, etc.? Then you should apply today!
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Welding machine, cutting torch, manual plasma cutter, brush, pad, buffer, grinder, overhead crane, ratchet straps, rubber hammer, tape measure
Certificates, licenses, and registrations:
Must have or achieve welding certification. Ability to obtain and maintain fork truck license if required.
Able to read tape measure and blueprints. Able to properly operate welding equipment. Must be trained in applicable SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) and work instructions, if any.
At least 1 year of welding experience or training. High school diploma or equivalency (GED) preferred, but not required
Able to read and comprehend simple or somewhat complex instructions. Able to write notes or simple correspondence. Able to effectively communicate information to coworkers.
Able to perform simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division calculations using whole numbers as well as decimals/fractions. Able to calculate and interpret common tape measurements.
Able to apply common sense understanding to carry out multiple-step instructions of moderate complexity. Able to deal with standardized situations with a limited set of variables.
Requires regular attendance during scheduled shift and overtime as required.
Manufacturing position; spends more than 2/3 of time standing, kneeling/crouching/stooping, using hands, and reaching. Spends app. 1/3 of time walking and talking/hearing. Spends less than 1/3 of time positioning items weighing up to 250 lbs. (Lifting and moving of heavier items is achieved via overhead cranes and forklifts). Generally requires clear vision at close distances (for reading prints/instructions and marking reference points
Industrial manufacturing environment with loud noise level. Facility is enclosed and is ventilated and heated, but is not air-conditioned. Smoke from welding processes is removed by direct airflow from fans. More than 2/3 of time is spent near moving mechanical parts, in heat/humidity. Steel toe shoes, safety eyewear, and hearing protection required. Gloves, face-shield, welding helmet, and other PPE as needed. Contact lenses are not permitted.
Career Level Others
Experience No experience
Education No education