Welders will be combination welding using the MIG and TIG process. Welders will be assigned work and given prints in order complete their projects and day to day responsibilities. Welders must be confident when reading welding symbols and blue prints. Welders will be grinding, cutting with a carbon arc gouger or oxy acetylene torch. Welders will be on their feet throughout their shift or welding in awkward positions. Welders will be regularly lifting and moving heavy pieces of steel in excess of 50lbs and will need to be comfortable moving this weight without assistance.
mig welding, mig welder, tig welding
**Top Skills Details:**
mig welding,mig welder,tig welding
**Additional Skills & Qualifications:**
Armor steels a plus.
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