Vision Staffing MIG Fabrication Welder (52240) in Maple Grove, Minnesota
Live Chat available on weekdays from 8am-5pm: https://flashrecruit.com/jobs/300285 Job Title: MIG Fabrication Welder Job Type: Direct Hire Location: Brooklyn Park, MN Shift/Hours: Second Shift, 2:00pm-10:00pm Career Level: 3-5 Years of Experience Preferred Education: High School Diploma/GED Salary: $22/hr. Company Info: Our client is a Fortune 100 Company seeking highly driven employees who are safety, quality and career-minded. Be one of the employees who take pride in manufacturing road paving and construction equipment. Job Purpose: The purpose of this job is to safely layout, fit-up, and weld in all position according to company drawings, specifications and workmanship standards. Applicants will take a written test as part of our application process and then if we qualify, will be profiled to client for hands-on test. Applicants must have a good track record and recent experience welding heavy plate using spray arc and pulse arc. Must be able to certify in flat and vertical weld position. Description: 1. Responsible for putting safety first with an aspirational goal to prevent all injuries, occupational illnesses and safety incidents. 2. Weld components per American Welding Society (AWS) standards and engineering/manufacturing prints and documentation. 3. Interpret metric drawings that use Geometric dimensioning and tolerances (GD&T) to setup fixtures, tack and weld components in horizontal and flat positions using welding gun, cutting torches, carbon arc and other fabrication tools (i.e grinder, chisel, tip cleaner). Includes use of grinding, flame cutting and arc gouging equipment. 4. Coordinate and prioritize work to meet production schedules. 5. Support the movement of materials for Fabrication and Paint areas. 6. Electronically and manually maintain documentation for labor hour records, process work order and production documentation 7. May have responsibility for the operation of robots including robot area safety and robotic checks (torch, straightness, harness inspection, etc). 8. Take initiative to identify, document, communicate and correct problems related to fabrication, report discrepancies and recommend solutions. 9. Work and interact effectively in a team environment 10. Work with limited supervision 11. May perform other tasks as needed.