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CNH Industrial Welder - Part Tme (nights and weekends) in Benson, Minnesota

Overview Weld components and units with specified size and type of weld, proper strength and neat appearance. Responsibilities 1) Work from orders, blueprints, route and method sheets, and direction from supervisor. 2) Welds together metal components as specified by layout, diagram, work order, welding procedures, and oral instructions, using electric wire feed welding equipment. 3) Obtain welding, fixtures and positioners from storage, identify by part or tool number, as indicated on route sheet. 4) Weld beads of prescribed length, radius, and size to fasten elements securely together to meet specifications and leak proof seams when required. 5) Weld elements to make regular and irregular, eccentric, and symmetrical weldments of simple, or design. 6) Vary amperage and voltage to obtain quality weld at maximum linear speed consistent with good. 7) Obtain accurate angular, dimensional and spatial relationships, within specified limits, by careful a fixture, proper positioning, clamping, and checking of parts in fixture. 8) Strikes arc, which generates heat to melt and deposit metal from electrode to work piece and join edges of work piece. 9) Manually guides gun along weld line, maintaining length of arc and speed of movement to form specified depth of fusion and bead, as judged from color of metal, sound of weld and size of molten puddle. 10) Welds in flat, horizontal, and vertical positions. 11) Cleans or degreases weld joint or work piece using wire brush, portable grinder or chemical bath. 12) May cut metal plate or structural shapes using oxy/acetylene torch. Qualifications HS diploma/GED or e quivalent knowledge or similar experience in Gas Metal Arc welding process, downhand or horizontal spray arc, bare, wire, and vertical heliarc welding of sheet metals and metals of varying content, shape, size, and thickness, general practice and principles in welding, knowledge of weld symbols; characteristics and properties of various metals, techniques in welding to obtain proper fusion, penetration, and strength; avoidance of burned or cracked welds, distortion or warpage, excessive weld metal or splatter, including slag, and other forms of defective weld structure. Knowledge of simple mathematics, for reading blueprints and for use of measuring devices