A professional welder works with a variety of materials to fabricate new parts, equipment, construction elements, and much more. Skilful handling of many types of metal as well as numerous fabrication tools are an essential part of the opportunities you would find while working with us. An ideal welder like you will work steadily on your own with minimal supervision and will often work in a team environment as well. Taking directions and giving instructions to others are essential skills we are looking for in a prospective candidate like you. With training and some specialty education, you can find accelerated success in many different professional welding arenas.
- Fabricate new metal components in accordance with product data sheets and in compliance with all applicable standards of safety and performance.
- Involvement in developing new products
- Fabricate own jigs and fixtures
- Repair metal components in order to restore full functionality and safety performance.
- Solve problems and develop innovative solutions to novel situations that require a fresh approach while still maintaining required standards of safety, stability, and security.
- Maintain tools and equipment to a professional standard. Keep work station clean and orderly to retain a safe and operational work environment.
- Coordinate workflow with other members of the team and third-party agents.
- Execute particular welds in a professional manner, examine work pieces for defects, and measure work pieces with straightedges or templates to ensure conformance with specifications.
- Work independently or with a small team of other welders to complete large and complex projects. Manage workflow, meet deadlines, and troubleshoot problems on a daily basis, in addition to fabrication duties.
- Employ physical strength and endurance to complete all welding tasks.
Job Skills and Qualifications
- Previous experience in developing new products
- Ability to fabricate own jigs and fixtures
- Ability to execute basic welding techniques
- Ability to read and follow a product data sheet, specs sheet, and other product informational material
- Familiarity with welding equipment and workshop safety protocols
- On-the-job experience
- A work history reflecting successfully finished projects
Hours: Monday to Friday 8am - 4pm
Overtime, but not guaranteed