Stop at 905 S. Neenah Avenue, Sturgeon Bay Tuesday, January 28th from 11:00 to 5:30 for an instant interview.
Work 4 10 hours days 2 to midnight Monday through Thursday. Have a three day weekend!!
Work in a clean, ventilated indoor environment.
- Joins, fabricates, and repairs metal and other weldable material by applying appropriate welding techniques.
- Interprets blueprints and specifications to determine appropriate welding process.
- Inspects completed welds to determine structural soundness.
- A high school degree or equivalency is required. A technical degree in welding or experience in MIG welding required. TIG welding is a plus. Work with steel and aluminum.
- AWS certification in GMAW and/or GTAW per the D1.1 and/or D1.2 structural welding code, or an ability to pass the weld certification tests.
- Ability to weld preheated parts from ovens.
- Experience in a production fast paced environment.
- Aptitude to learn blueprint reading skills.
- Math skills including basic math, fractions, decimals, algebra and geometry.
- Attention to detail to perform precision work, often with straight edges and minimal flaws. Ability to see details and characteristics of the joint and detect changes in molten metal flows requires good eyesight and attention to detail.
- Must be able to operate manual or semiautomatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments.
- Ability to read and follow written and verbal standard operation and safety instructions.
- Aptitude to become proficient at using welding gages to indicate parts and verify dimensions of a work piece.
- Must be able to maintain tolerance and finishes to engineering specifications.
- Ability to get to work on time and to maintain acceptable attendance. Follow safety procedures.
- Must be able to stand a minimum of 7.5 hours a day.
- Must be capable of handling 20 to 75 parts per hour.
- Ability to regularly lift and carry parts from 5 to 45 lbs. Occasionally up to 60 lbs. Hoists area available.
- Frequent twisting, reaching, grasping and bending.
- Ability to see blueprints, measuring tools and paperwork. Ability to write to complete paperwork.
- Must have a steady hand to hold a torch in one place. Workers must also have good hand-eye coordination.
- Often exposed to very hot materials and the intense light created by the arc. Safety shoes, heat-resistant gloves, goggles, masks with protective lenses, and other equipment must be worn to prevent burns and eye injuries.