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Primary Purpose of this Position:
Weld steel parts for structural, plate, and misc. steel assemblies per shop drawings and DWS quality requirements.
Essential Job Functions:
- Identify steel shapes, sizes, and mill tolerances.
- Weld together structural, plate or miscellaneous steel fabrication according to the weld symbols, weld procedures, dimensions shown on the shop drawings, and AISC code requirements.
- Preheat and/or cut work pieces using a hand torch when required. Clean welds of excess weld, splatter or slag using chipping hammers, wire brushes or grinders.
- Fabricate sub-pieces of the overall assembly as trained and instructed.
- Identify shop drawing errors and discrepancies before or during early stages of fabrication.
- Operate forklifts, jib cranes, and overhead cranes in order to move materials.
- Any other duties assigned by management.
- Attend all meetings as required by management.
- Consistently and reliably works scheduled hours at assigned locations.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Ability to read, write, and perform higher arithmetic computations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals and fractions.
- Ability to understand and carry out semi-complicated verbal and written instructions.
- Ability to effectively communicate with co-workers and managers.
- Ability to work under periodic supervision focused on the progress of work and setting priorities for job completion.
- Skill in using tape measure or 1” rule.
- Ability to maintain American Welding Society certification on 1-inch plate in flat position using the gas metal arc welding and flux cored arc welding processes.
- Ability to pass the fillet weld break test using the gas metal arc welding process.
- Ability to pass a Drake Williams Steel administered basic welding test that covers shop drawing interpretation, weld symbols, welding processes, weld process symbol interpretation and application and a visual acuity test.
- Ability to pass a Drake-Williams Steel administered fitting test that covers shop drawing interpretation, fractional number calculations, basic geometry, etc.
- Ability to interpret, understand, and utilize cutting lists, shop orders, and shop drawings.
- Ability to operate a cutting torch to meet American Welding Society specifications.
- Ability to possess pride in own workmanship, demonstrate attention to detail, and work safely.
- Ability to operate forklifts, jib hoists, and overhead cranes in a safe and proper manner. Use and understand industry and Drake- Williams Steel adopted hand signals used for crane operations.
- Ability to make adjustments to welder to insure proper feed rate and temperature.
- Ability to multitask.
Experience and Education Required:
- High School degree or equivalent.
- Preferred- six months of experience working as a welder for a steel fabricator or manufacturer, or a one-year degree or certificate in welding technology from a qualified trade school or college.
All production positions have a starting range of $17-$23/hr.
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