Albert Lea, Minnesota
Manufacturing & Production (Production Occupations)
Job Type
Working Hours
10:00 PM - 6:15 AM
US$ 19.00 - US$ 21.00 per hour
Ref. Number
Rahn,Anna, Spherion
507 451 3400
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Job Description

Variety of welding processes utilizing mig, tig, robotic, and gas applications. Welds commonly used metals and alloys of various shapes, sizes, thicknesses, etc. Selects welding electrodes for specific welds to ensure penetration and fusion of base and filler metals. Welds metal components together to fabricate or repair products according to blue prints, layouts, or work orders. Welds in vertical, horizontal, and overhead positions. Working knowledge of welding materials and equipment. Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination.

Mark-up incorrect drawings and bills of material, submit to engineering and plan for change.
Communicate with engineers and designers on problems regarding production tools. Fabricate components from blueprints and verbal instructions.
Fabricate components from blueprints and verbal instructions.
Perform assignments in accordance with written quality procedures.
Uses cutting torches, grinders, etc. and similar metal working equipment to complete welding projects.
Ensure compliance to safety rules and procedures.
Other duties as assigned

Working hours: 10:00 PM - 6:15 AM

Entry level welder. Works with close supervision and relies on both blue prints and fixtures to meet any cosmetic specs to any internal or external customer requirements. Required to fill out necessary paperwork (i.e. Production Job Records, Non-conformances, Time cards, and Product Identification Tags, In-process Inspection Records and Facility maintenance Records).
More advanced welding includes operating of two types of welding equipment and passing internal leak tests within testing capacity. These welders should have the ability to setup and weld using fixtures and prints, capacity to understand weld symbols and required to weld a minimum of two types of material. Understand and use documentation of welding procedures and setup sheets.
Certified welders would weld with a variety of equipment, mig, tig or gas. They may also be required to fabricate parts with no fixtures but have access to prints. Required to have the capacity to trouble shoot and operate complex fixtures and weld a large variety of materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, mild steel, galvanized and brass, etc. along with training of other welders.

No Degree Required

1-4 years

Required to be on their feet for up to twelve hours using their hands to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear around machinery. They will also be required to frequently walk, stoop, kneel or crouch.
Must be capable of lifting and moving up to 15 pounds; frequently lift and move up to 50 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus on optical devices.
Individuals will work near moving mechanical parts of machinery and electrically activated devices.
Individuals are occasionally exposed to airborne particles.
Perform math skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
Knowledge of decimals, fractions, and metric/English conversions
Participate in continuous improvement activities that result in reducing variation and waste in the manufacturing process. Using a specified training format, work closely in training new welders
Lift and position parts into fixtures

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands or fingers, and talk and hear, reach, bend, stoop, stand for long periods of time, reach over head, and lifting up to 50 lbs.

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