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CLASS A WELDER (LOCATION(S): COLLINSVILLE, OKLAHOMA)
overall job purpose

Weld in accordance with ASME Code requirements. Maintain welding equipment, tools and supplies in safe working order. Work effectively in a team based environment while maintaining safety standards including proper utilization of all require PPE and following related safety procedures.


Essential Job duties and responsibilites with minimal assistance:

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  • Under supervision, assist in the planned daily activities.
  • Participate in pre- and post-planned readiness of parts and tools, for planned fit up activities.
  • Use thorough understanding of departmental operating procedures as well as job task procedures in selecting and operating production / welding equipment safely.
  • Use thorough understanding of ASME code requirements on all applicable job tasks, including but not limited to ability to distinguish between fillet welds, J-Groove weld, back gouging, etc.)
  • Under supervision, weld components in flat, vertical or overhead positions utilizing the appropriate welding technique, FCAW or GMAW.
  • Use knowledge of weld symbols to analyze drawings, blueprints, specifications, work orders and material safety data sheets to plan layout, assembly and welding operations.
  • Set up and use ladders, scaffolding and other temporary equipment as necessary in accordance with safety protocols.
  • Participate in Operational Excellence teams under the guidance of the department foreman.
  • Responsible for quality and continuous improvement within job scope.
  • Responsible for all actions/responsibilities as required department foreman.
  • Responsible for tasks primarily assigned to the Firetube Pulse Line.

ADDITIONAL JOB DUTIES:

  • Interact and cooperate with all fellow team members to essentially achieve our ultimate goal of providing equipment that meets or exceeds our customers’ expectations.
  • Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate from time to time.


Other job duties
Other duties as assigned

essential job qualifications
  • Specialized welding training and/or 5+ years of related welding experience in a manufacturing environment with demonstrated skill proficiency or an equivalent combination of training, experience and skill proficiency.
  • Must consistently demonstrate code quality work.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions.
  • Must by mathematically inclined and possess a strong mechanical aptitude with ability to use various measuring equipment.
  • Ability to use and maintain numerous hand tools (POWERED AND MANUAL) in accordance with safety standards and procedures.
  • Certified according to ASME code in the following welding process (FCAW and GMAW required; GTAW preferred).
  • Must pass a 3g plate test in Mig/Fluxcore on plate
  • Ability to pass a 6g Tig on 2 ó pipe, preferred but not required
  • Complete knowledge of blue print interpretation.
  • Able to attend training courses as assigned.
  • Ability to work any shift.
  • Ability to work overtime as needed.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Must have physical stamina to stand 8 or more hours per day and operate welding equipment.
  • Position requires standing or walking most of the workday and frequently involves stooping and kneeling.
  • Must possess sufficient visual acuity and depth perception to complete job tasks.
  • Must possess manual dexterity such as reaching, handling, fingering and touching to effectively handle material and operate welding equipment safely.
  • Must be able to tolerate shop environment and exposures associated with welding and industrial boiler manufacturing, and apply appropriate safety equipment when required.
  • Must be able to lift / maneuver 50 lbs unassisted using proper safety techniques and/or equipment.

GENERAL SKILL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Communication – Writes clearly, concisely, and persuasively; speaks tactfully andconvincingly; listens well; shares work related information; must be computer literate, and capable.
  • Problem solving – Ability to evaluate situations, review options and set priorities within scope of authority; must be able to identify activities for completing assignments by allocating time/resources; ability to multi-task and switch focus quickly.
  • Initiative – Ability to be self-motivated and complete tasks without supervision’ results oriented; seeks self-improvement, enhancement of skills, and professional growth.
  • Meeting commitments – Assumes total accountability for meeting daily commitments with clear understanding of his/her impact on project schedules.
  • Quality of work – Sets and maintains high goals and standards for self while understanding and conforming to team standards; achieves a volume of acceptable work within allotted time; work produced achieves established standards for thoroughness, accuracy, neatness, and acceptability.
  • Professionalism – Must display high level of professionalism in conduct, attitude, and attire appropriate for the work area; ability to work with people at all levels; must understand “internal customer” concept; able to exercise authority and respond to criticism.
  • Leadership – Ability to inspire teamwork and high morale; constructively influence the performance of others; able to obtain results through others; ability to solve problems and make decisions within the scope of authority.

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CLASS A WELDER (LOCATION(S): COLLINSVILLE, OKLAHOMA)

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