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Monday – Thursday 
8:30 pm – 7:00 am
$21.00 per hour, DOE
Must be able to train on day shift
  • Uses GMAW process to tack weld various small components to round or square shafts to make a pole assembly for structural welds. The pole assembly generally consists of a square or round shaft, base plate, hand hole, arm mounting simplex, tenon-top, and/or other small parts
  • Manually position shaft on stationary turner to position shaft for assembly. Uses job crane for lifting various components, such as base plate and arm mounting simplex, into position for assembly. Frequently pushes, lifts, and pulls up to 50 pounds
  • Reads and interprets drawings to determine parts needed to assemble pole assembly. Locate and gather parts needed for assembly, from parts staging area that is staged by the Storeroom personnel
  • Read and interpret drawings to ensure proper location of various small part attachments
  • Uses plasma torch to cut steel. Utilizes jigs made for cutting holes in shafts for inserting hand hole rims, arm mounting simplex’s, couplings, and other small parts. Wears protective goggles or hood to protect eyes from harmful rays
  • Uses measuring tape, levels, squares, and angle finders to measure distances and angles. Adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides feet, inches, fractions, and decimals. Uses table to convert fractions to decimals, and decimals to fractions
  • Works in confined areas at various locations of the pole assembly line as necessary to accurately measure and assemble components described above. Moves under, around, and over poles as necessary, to get into proper position to assemble pole assembly
  • Uses motorized grinders, motorized buffers, stone grinders, and drills to help assemble product
  • Maintain Safety awareness and be alert at all times, to detect, avoid, and/or correct unsafe conditions.
  • Maintain appropriate professional competencies, certifications, licenses, etc., necessary to perform job.
  • Make management aware of any training needs you have.  Consult your management immediately if you are being asked to perform work for which you are not trained and/or are not comfortable doing because of potential safety or risk implications.
  • Must be able to read and write English
  • Ability to use common manufacturing math
  • 6 months previous experience welding in a manufacturing or fabrication environment, and/or have graduated from an acceptable Technical Training Program focused in welding  
  • Must pass GMAW 1-G flat plate and/or rotational weld test and maintain certification
  • Must be able to stand for the duration of scheduled shifts.
  • Must be capable of bending, stooping, crawling under or over, and occasional climbing.
  • Lifting up to 50 pounds 10% of the time, average weight of parts lifted is 25 pounds.
  • Must possess adequate dexterity and stamina to sustain expected production effectively.
Highly Qualified Candidates 
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 1-year previous experience welding in an assembly environment
  • 1-year previous experience welding in a manufacturing or fabrication environment
  • 1-year previous experience operating hand and/or power tools
  • The ability to accurately and honestly check one’s own work for quality assurance
  • Must be a person of passion and integrity who has the drive to excel and deliver exceptional results

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