Fabricator/Welder gea

$20-25 DOE
1st - 7:30a – 4p
Verona, WI

Fabricator/Welder gea

Basic requirements include:

·        Previous apprenticeship in fabrication/welding or proven commensurate experience.

·        Knowledge and experience with fabrication and piping system build processes.

·        Minimum 3 years’ experience with welding and fabrication, producing quality welds.

·        Knowledge of proper and effective use of welding equipment and settings for GMAW and GTAW welders.

·        Familiar with properties of steel, aluminum and stainless steels.

·        Experience welding aluminum, steel, and stainless steels.

·        Can weld in various positions.

·        Experience reading and working with fabrication and piping drawings.

·        Familiarity with pipe and tube fittings, sizes, and material.

·        Experience and training using a forklift required, certification preferred.

·        Experience in a shop environment required.

·        Ability and knowledge of the use of appropriate hand tools and power tools required.

·        Experience with Dual Shield preferred but not required.

·        Experience with heavy weldments preferred but not required.

·        Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.

·        Valid drivers’ license with good driving record

·        Experience in the use of a personal computer; ability to work at a computer keyboard and view emails and work documents on a computer screen.

·        Highly effective oral and written communication skills.

·        Familiarity with standard programs such as Outlook, email, Word and Excel.

·        Minimum high school diploma or equivalent required.

·        Some travel may be required.

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