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Welder/Metal Fabricator for Chassis and Automotive Component Production

Krawlers Edge / Kincer Chassis
3707 Louisville Rd, Louisville, TN 37777
From $16 an hour - Full-time


3707 Louisville Rd, Louisville, TN 37777

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  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • On-the-job training
  • Paid time off

Full job description

Are you looking for more than just a job? We are looking for qualified welders and metal fabricators to join our team! At this time, we are searching for welders and/or metal fabricators with a few years of experience with interest in learning more about our specialty under an experienced master welder/metal fabricator as an apprentice. We are a rapidly growing chassis manufacturer specializing in 1966-1977 Ford Broncos. We provide tools with on-the-job training in a fast-paced, climate-controlled work environment. We want our team members to want to come to work every day and be a part of our team!

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Essential Job Functions:

· Use fixtures and interpret blueprints to fabricate various high quality products utilizing cutting, grinding, and welding methods.

· Manage machine setup including as welders, plasma cutters, notchers, tubing benders, or other various equipment needed to complete a task.

· Weld and fabricate product utilizing MIG and TIG applications.

· Read and interpret blueprints, build sheets, travelers, or other various work order paperwork dictating product characteristics.

· Utilize jigs and fixtures in order to repeatedly fabricate consistent product that meets or exceeds quality standards.

· Demonstrate competency using various hand tools including, but not limited to, pneumatic tools such as die grinders and cutting wheels, electric grinders, pry bars, chisels, and clamps.

· Utilize measuring instruments such as tape measures, calipers, gauges, and “string checks” to ensure product being built is within quality tolerances.

· Understand and abide by all quality protocols in place, such as First Article Inspections (FAI), and Last Article Inspections (LAI) to ensure any batched product meets or exceeds quality standards.

· Understand and abide by all safety protocols in place, such as PPE requirements, in order to protect their own well-being as well as the well-being of those around them.

· Assist with shop-wide housekeeping via organization of tools, materials, cords, and carts.

· Minimize trip hazards and presenting a professional appearance in the workplace.

· Assist with periodic inventory of material used on a day-to-day basis, including management of our Kan-ban system and report to the team leader or manager.

· Assist with other miscellaneous tasks as requested.

Scope of work:

Welder/Fabricators are the lifeblood of any metalworking shop that requires a specialized effort to produce a product that offers a solution to common automotive, industrial, commercial, or residential problems. Familiarity with welding principles on various metals and alloys are crucial. Albeit critical, understanding how to lay a proper weld bead from one metal to the next is only about 35-40% of the job of being an actual Fabricator. Cutting, grinding, and manipulating the work piece is a large part of what it means to actually fabricate something. Along with these core tasks, problem-solving, troubleshooting, and finding solutions can greatly increase how effective you are in a shop environment as a Welder/Fabricator. Holding yourself accountable for coming up with solutions to the problems you face daily promotes a culture of improvement across the entire shop. Demonstrating an understanding that all decisions should take into account these three priorities in this order: SAFETY, QUALITY, and PRODUCTIVITY. You will utilize many tools to aide the effort of building world class products, such as jigs, fixtures, gauges, spacers, calipers, and blueprints. A blueprint along with a fixture and sample piece should be present any applicable time you’re building product to ensure that the highest possible level of quality is being achieved.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: From $16.00 per hour


  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Experience level:

  • 1 year
  • 2 years
  • 3 years
  • 4 years
  • 5 years
  • Under 1 year


  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift

Weekly day range:

  • Monday to Friday


  • Welding: 1 year (Preferred)

Work Location: In person