Wire-feed welding, all position
Fabrication w/welding & layout
Mechanical w/hydraulics (preferred)
Understand and apply welding techniques; work quickly and skillfully with the hands; accept responsibility for the work performed; visualize what the finished product should look like; operate welding equipment with skill. Must have own tools.
Employee must be able to:
Operate manual and automated welding units and equipment by depositing metal from electrode to work piece and joins edges of work piece.
Fabricate new or replacement parts for dump trucks, trailers, wheel wash units, and other equipment.
Maintain length of arc and speed of movement to form specified depth of fusion and bead.
Weld in flat and vertical planes (all position welding).
Examine weld for bead size and other specifications.
Grind or clean weld joint of work piece.
Repair improperly welded pieces and fill holes.
Position and clamp work pieces together or assemble them in a jig fixture.
Tack assemblies together.
Assemble component parts using hand and small power tools.
May change hoses, fittings, air valves, suspension parts, etc.
Clean up work area daily.
Requires bending or twisting, standing, kneeling, crouching, stooping or crawling. Requires repetitive movement and exposure to high places.
Requires working in cramped workspaces and getting into awkward positions.
Requires wearing specialized protective or safety equipment
Requires lifting heavy items from floor or off of equipment
Must be able to work at least 40 hours per week, but willing to work overtime.