Aerotek Mig Welder in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Overview Perform MIG welding and fabrication duties without the use of fixtures; layout, fit and position weldments sequentially to create a custom stair-lift. Work from prints, drawings and job layouts. Use measuring tools to verify alignment and dimensions. Grind to mechanical requirements with a smooth cosmetic finish. Work is subject to first and final piece inspections for alignment, dimensions and aesthetic requirements.
Responsibilities: Required to pass Bruno’s weld test criteria, which includes AWS welding symbols and destructive weld test Knowledge of set up and operation of welding machines Table fabrication duties include: measure and weld the angle degree according to print with sections of material Read measuring tools (tape measure, square, dial calipers, digital protractor) Operate hand/air tools and electric grinders Read and interpret work instructions and AWS welding symbols from blueprints Perform MIG,TIG or fabrication welding assignments to meet daily production while maintaining standards of quality and quantity Angle change duties: Measure and weld the angle degree according to print with sections of material cut on saw during previous operation Build duties: Roll form material when required for large radius jobs (standard rolled turns will be provided by designated employees); assemble angle change, straight sections and turn to print using a MIG Welder and other fabrication tools while maintaining dimension and angle tolerances; form flanges and gear rack and install according to print Confirm angles and dimensions during fabrication and report any deviations to supervisor Identify and obtain accurate welding fixtures as called by work order Count and verify weldment ID Number; enter data into computer software to create paint tag for final operation Communicate shortages, scrap, delays and any deviation of standard work to the supervisor when applicable Complete daily timesheet and paperwork Maintain D1.1 welding certification. This applies to welders who complete welding operations that require D1.1 certification.
MIG, MIG, welder, welder, open, table, blue, print, 035, mild, steel
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High school or general education degree (GED) required. 1 year welding experience or equivalent advanced education required. Skills and Abilities:
Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Complete standardized written documentation and correspondence. Professionally communicate in one-on-one and small group situations. Ability to perform basic electronic tasks using computer software and Microsoft Office.
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