Operates welding equipment, arc gouging equipment, oxy-fuel torches, jigs, holding fixtures, measuring instruments, personal computer (PC) and hand tools.
Follows specific work orders and safety procedures in the fabrication of production parts and a wide variety of sub-weldments through general arc welding (primarily “MIG” welding). Work is generally fixtured but occasional hand set up is required.
Required to clean and or grind own work prior to next operation.
Conducts visual and dimensional check of own work.
Uses overhead cranes and lift trucks to move heavy materials.
Maintains work area, equipment and supplies in neat, organized manner. Uses P.C. to receive work instructions and schedules as well as to provide input on job status.
High school or equivalent, and/or demonstrated ability in the field of welding. Must be certified in MIG process within 1 month of hire. Requires the ability to interpret welding blueprints and weld symbols. One (1) year of production welding experience preferred.
Works in factory setting. Typically required to utilize hand and power tools and work with various chemicals. Eye and foot protection are required. Hand and hearing equipment may be required. Required to stand for long periods of time and manually lift/move/ manipulate parts in excess of 15 pounds.
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