TIG Welder - Lodi, WI

1st Shift
Lodi, WI
Skilled Trades

Job Responsibilities

- Maintain good working knowledge of the welding characteristics of metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, and titanium
- Read and interpret welding blueprints, schematics, and codes
- Carry out grinding and thermal cutting operations to obtain various textures and sizes for metal parts
- Oversee the set-up of TIG welding equipment
- Fill ducts with water/air and submerge in water to identify pipe leakage
- Assist plumbers, HVAC, and manufacturing engineers during construction
- Operate power and hand tools such as arc welders, buffing machine, and scrapers


- Education and Training: To become a TIG welder, you require some technical training; a precedent to welding certification. Labor unions usually offer apprenticeship programs that you can get into. You can opt for a welding engineering degree, although you’ll require a high school diploma prior to that. Several years of welding experience may also be required
- Technical Skill: TIG welders are able to operate gas and non-gas welding device in carrying out welding duties
- Measurement Skill: They are proficient in using various measurement tools to establish the configuration or position of a welding plan
- Problem-solving Skill: They assess metal structures to identify and initiate repair of damaged welds
- Pre-employment tests: To complete the hiring process for this role, or to be admitted into an apprenticeship program for TIG training, most employers may require you to take an assessment test. Learn more about job assessment tests and how to make excellent scores in them.

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