Looking for a structural welder that can fabricate and has worked in a previous manufacturing setting.
Fabrication is a must.
The job of structural welders is to design, layout, and fabricate the metal framework for industrial and commercial buildings. They work for a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing, shipbuilding, and construction. Their duties and responsibilities include testing welding and safety equipment, cutting, assembling, repairing building components such as girders and beams, and checking for gap and angle allowances. They either use manual or automated equipment to perform some of these tasks, such as power saws for cutting metals. Structural welders are also responsible for assessing the condition of the equipment.
- Manage and run production parts through the brake.
- Weld, and fabricate pressure vessels using GMAW process.
- Fix various parts using FCAW, and GMAW.
- Bound structural as well as nonstructural parts by means of welding according to drawings using MIG and TIG welding of steel.
- Weld using GMAW and FCAW-DS.
- Install gas baffles with GTAW.
- Maintain proper PPE and housekeeping.
- Preheat all metals before beginning job.
- Weld TIG and stick on specific assembles.
- Used TIG welding to fit and weld precision military parts
- Tack-Weld fitted parts together and direct helper to tack-weld parts.
- Weld complete parts utilizing FCAW welding techniques
- Experience in pipes and fittings, field measurements, sheet metal layout and final assembly processes.
- Used equipment and weld parts using MIG and SMAC welding procedures to meet specify engineering requirements under guidance and supervision.
- Perform SMAW structural welding operations.
- Work with little supervision
- Fabricate; dismantle parts, equipment and also machines using a cutting torch or other cutting equipment.
- Reading and understanding product schematics and assembly instructions.
- Taking part in product development meetings.
- Verifying dimensions and product specifications.
- Ensuring that all the required parts for assembly are present.
- Marking cutting lines on material.
- Ensuring that all parts are properly fitted, aligned and screwed in.
- Ensuring that quality control standards are met.
- Maintaining a production schedule.
- Testing products for their functionality.
- Troubleshooting and stress testing products to minimize problems or recalls.
- Reporting and detailing product malfunctions.
- Adhering to assembly safety standards.
- High school diploma or GED.
- Specialized certification preferred.
- Proficiency in operating heavy machinery.
- Excellent eyesight and color vision.
- Good dexterity.
- Attention to detail.
- Good organizational skills.
- Physical stamina.
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