Combination Welder

Second shift. The Combination Welder sets up and operates oxyacetylene, arc, inert gas tungsten arc, inert gas metal arc, and resistance welding equipment to weld a wide variety of experimental and production parts, sub-assemblies, assemblies and structures of all types of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Performs all types of brazing and soldering to join various metallic materials. Must be able to weld a wide range of company products and perform any repair or rework on purchased and shop items involving the same level of skills required for the above duties. Additionally the welder performs general maintenance and housekeeping, of work place tools and equipment, maintain records, moves materials, and follows safety rules in performance of duties and performs other similar duties as required or directed. Required Skills: ? Must have 5 years? relevant work experience to meet the qualifications outlined: ? Ability and knowledge to work from prints, specifications, sketches, process sheets, engineering instructions, and written and or oral instructions to perform various welding, brazing and soldering operations to meet both company and military specifications. The candidate must have experience in improvising and/ or fabrication of holding fixtures as necessary to position and hold critical tolerances on welded assemblies. ? Must have the skill set and experience to select and use specified welding equipment making all necessary sets ups and adjustments to ensure compliance to the print and processes. Additionally, drawing form his/her extensive knowledge of welding technology, the welder is required to determine and select the filler materials for the proper fusion of various metals and alloys, as well as determining the sequence of welding operations utilizing extensive knowledge of welding heat effects in order to avoid distortion and maintain required close tolerances. ? Must be able to obtain WS33739 certification and Certification in welding operations: AWS D17.1 ? The ability to obtain a Confidential Clearance is required. ? 2 nd shift start time will be 2:30pm but candidate must be available for training for 90 days on 1st shift (6:30am start time) Desired Skills: Experience preferred in pre-heating and post-heating materials as required, utilizes tensile testing equipment to perform required pull tests prior to resistance welding. Ability to perform all types of brazing using such equipment as gas torches, induction brazers, and vacuum brazing furnaces and uses appropriate fillers and fluxes. Ability to perform soft soldering operations using such equipment as soldering iron, ultra-sonic solder and gas torches. Military welding experience. Required Education (including Major): ? High School Diploma or equivalent ? Minimum 5 years? experience, plus 4 years apprenticeship in welding 84029 240de23f63a442a088e425b844feeef1

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