Qualified individuals will be responsible to perform the following duties. Other duties may be assigned.
- Manually positions pole assembly into pole rollers for welding.
- Reads and interprets drawings and specifications to determine proper location of attachments, as well as weld size and configuration.
- Adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides feet, inches, fractions, and decimals.
- Uses oxy-fuel torch to pre-heat parts to be welded in accordance with published welding codes and specifications
- Uses GMAC or FCAW welding process to weld small components or assemblies.
- Works in confined areas at various locations on the small pole assembly line as necessary to weld components.
- Uses chipping hammer, wire brush, motorized grinders, and motorized wire brush at various times to clean welded areas.
- Uses pneumatic drills and magnetic drills to drill carious size holes on pole assembly as required by drawings and specifications.
- Visually inspects work to identify material discrepancies and to ensure that welds have been completed in compliance with applicable drawings and specifications.
- Uses a weld gauge to measure weld size.
- Reads and interprets work orders and daily production schedules.
- Assists fitters in assembly as needed.
- Uses measuring tape, level, square, and angle finder to measure distances and angles.
- Uses oxy-fuel cutting torch and plasma-arc torch to cut steel.
- Operates assembly line conveyor system to move tubular shafts into position for cutting on band saw and for fitting.
- Operates band saw for cutting tubular shafts according to specifications.
- Mig welding experience preferred
- Mathematical aptitude a plus
- Blueprint and tape measure reading a plus
- Must be able to stand 100% of scheduled shift. Lifting, pushing, prying, and dragging heavy materials up to 50 pounds
- High school diploma or equivalent
Depending upon availability at time of offer
- Days: 6a- 4:45p
- Nights: 5p – 3:45a
- Frequent 6 day work week