First level of production welding. With readily available supervision and technical guidance, positions material to be welded, using standard fixtures in most cases, and applies hand-eye coordination to achieve the desired weld. Materials welded may include steel, stainless, aluminum or various alloys and the methods may include gas welding, shielded metal arc, gas-tungsten arc, gas-metal arc or submerged arc, but the variety of applications tends to be limited to standard products and materials where plans are specified, welding positions are routine and work may be characterized as longer production runs. Regulates heat and feed and may select electrodes, tips and rods. Works from specifications, drawings, prints, and welding symbols.
1. Run dispatch list; understand and decipher part numbers.
2. Follow work instructions, drawings, established quality standards, and established safety protocols.
3. Must meet defined production expectations and be on-time to schedule.
4. TIG and/or MIG weld assemblies and components as directed.
5. Perform required operator maintenance and upkeep of equipment.
6. Perform computer transactions and print travelers, as directed.
7. Meet all company work schedule and attendance expectations, and perform within the physical and environmental demands of the job.
ADDITIONAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Ability to detect penetration, porosity, and other weld issues.
2. Participate in process improvement events, as directed.
3. Assist with other functions within the department, as directed.
4. Assist other departments with various duties and projects, as directed.
5. Attend required meetings.
6. Participate in physical inventories.
7. Alert Lead or Assistant Supervisor to material shortages, quality, safety, or personnel issues.
8. Keep work area clean and organized.
1. High School Diploma or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
2. Must pass a Romac weld test within 90 days of entry into role.
3. Repetition of eye/hand coordination.
4. Understand oral and written instructions.
5. Possess effective written and verbal communication skills.
6. Can effectively read and write.
7. Have basic math skills.
8. Possess very basic computer skills.
9. Ability to count accurately.
10. Can properly use a tape measure, gauge, and other measurement tools.
11. Ability to handle small tools and equipment.
12. Must be able to successfully pass a background check and drug test.
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
1. 6+ months of experience with TIG and/or MIG welding.
2. Possess general knowledge of material characteristics, welding characteristics of metal, effects of heat, weld shrinkage, and weld techniques.
3. Perform fusion TIG weld and MIG weld.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
No phone calls please, as we will happily contact you, should your skills, knowledge and qualifications match our needs. Romac Industries, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.