Welding Production Supervisor / Heavy Manufacturing

Austin Allen Company, LLC 2264 Gulfport , MS 39501

Posted 7 days ago

Welder Supervisor Heavy Manufacturing

Salary Up to $60,000 +Excellent Benefits & Paid Relocation to the Southern USA

This growing manufacturer is seeking a Mig Welder Supervisor due to an expansion in the organization. You will report to the Manufacturing Manager in this position and it will give you good advancement opportunity.

Youll be working with a variety of machines, such as large vertical milling and drilling machines, fume control equipment, and robotic welders. Youll work with other departments to get quality products made on schedule.

Other Responsibilities include:

Analyze work orders, specifications, & blueprints to create needed product

Supervise welders

Perform quality checks on production

Maintain time and production records

Adjust machines and equipment

Look for ways to improve our processes & quality.

Requirements for this Welding Supervisory position:

Minimum of 3 years welding experience in a fast paced manufacturing environment

MIG welding process for mild steel and stainless steel

Familiar with robotic welding

AWS certified Welding Supervisor preferred

Automotive related industry experience helpful

TO APPLY: Email resumes to OR alleeATaustinallenDOTcom in MS Word or PDF (please remove the capital letters and replace with proper symbols). Resumes sent with a link to an online resume or a video resume will not be considered.All Interview, relocation, & fee expenses paid by companies. Excellent compensation packages, benefits, perks, and generous relocation packages.

Some Facts You Should Know About Austin-Allen Company...
*Successfully recruiting professionals since 1973.
*One of the most successful firms in the U.S. We consistently rank in the top percentile of a large national network of Technical Recruiters.

*Many of our staff are national award winning consultants with years experience and are C.P.C.s (Certified Personnel Consultants).

Areas of Specialization...

  • Engineering

  • Six Sigma Black Belts

  • Accounting

  • Distribution

  • Human Resources

  • Materials / Purchasing

  • Quality Engineers & Managers

  • Manufacturing Management

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Welding Production Supervisor / Heavy Manufacturing

Austin Allen Company, LLC 2264