Welder performs welder operations including MIG and TIG and Spot /Resistance Welding.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS):
Perform functions necessary as prescribed by Work Order and Blueprint.
Interpret Blueprint and set-up equipment so that quality components to specification are produced with minimal input from others.
Perform First Piece inspection as needed.
Set-up Weld Jigs as available. If not available, be able to fixture parts with miscellaneous holding techniques in order to produce a part within specification.
Set-up and adjust MIG, TIG or Spot Welding equipment, and troubleshoot poor quality welds.
Perform post weld grinding operations, so as to achieve a quality straight line finish so that final painted parts will pass Quality Inspections.
Perform welding of seams, joints and fill openings in panels; fitting pieces to assure proper alignment.
Analyzes engineering drawings and specifications to plan layout, assembly, and welding operations.
Determines required equipment and welding method, applying knowledge of metallurgy, geometry, and welding techniques.
Work on other Fabrication and paint equipment as needed.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATION:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Welding certification or equivalent preferred.
Blueprint reading and mechanical abilities.
Must be able to Weld Cold Rolled Steel, Stainless Steel, Galvanized and Aluminized Steel products with appropriate welding process.
Must be able to and have experience in setup and operation of MIG, TIG, and Spot/Resistance welders.
Must be able to read calipers and other metrology equipment.
Strong math skills (decimals, fractions, use of calculator).
Welds all types of materials.
Must be able to set-up weld jigs and use various clamping methods to produce prototypes.
Some computer knowledge.
Ability to perform moderate PM procedures.
Able to understand production planning requirements.
Must have excellent attendance record.
Welders can expect long hours on their feet, often in hot conditions.
Must be able to see flaws in welds or structural imperfections in the metal.
Weil-McLain, a division of The Marley-Wylain Company, is a leading North American designer and manufacturer of hydronic comfort heating systems for residential, commercial and institutional buildings since 1881. We have manufacturing facilities in Michigan City, Indiana and Eden, North Carolina, along with regional sales offices throughout the United States and an administrative office in Burr Ridge, Illinois. Building on a reputation of quality and innovation, we are committed to creating Simplified Solutions for our Complex World.
Weil-McLain is a division of The Marley-Wylain Company, an indirect subsidiary of SPX Corporation, and is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status, or any other reason prohibited by applicable law.
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