Welder - Structural

Responsible for lying out, fit and weld fabricated, cast and forged components to assemble structural forms according to blueprints and knowledge of welding and metallurgy
Promote and comply with all Company and safety policies and procedures
Select equipment and plans layout, assembly and welding, applying knowledge of geometry, physical properties of metal machining weld shrinkage and welding techniques
Lay out, position, align and fit components together
Bolt, clamp and tack-weld parts to secure in position for welding
Set up equipment and weld parts using arc, gas-shielded arc, submerged arc or gas welding equipment
Assemble parts by bolting and riveting
Repair products by dismantling, straightening, reshaping and reassembling parts using cutting torch, straightening press and hand tools
May be required to travel to different jobsites on limited notice
Maintain a professional appearance
Other duties as assigned by Leadman, Foreman or Superintendent
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)or one to three months related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience
Take reasonable care of your own and others' health and safety and of those who may be affected by the day-to-day delivery of this role by taking personal responsibility for working toward Wanzek's Zero Injury principles
Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, blueprints and procedure manuals
Add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals
Compute rate, ratio and percent
Rate information using standards that can be measured or checked work within precise limits or standards of accuracy look at flat drawings, pictures and blueprints and visualize how they would look as solid objects with height, width and depth; visualize objects in three-dimensions from plans and drawings, see detail in objects or drawings and recognize slight differences in shapes or shadings

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