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With locations up and down the east coast, including the Capital District of Upstate NY, Brayton Point in Mass, North Charleston Carver Maritime and Internal Diving Institute in North Charleston, Port Manatee in Florida, and our latest addition - Carver Canada in New Brunswick.
Employee Referral Program Qualifications •working in a non-temperature controlled environment •Tig (1 year of experience is required) •Coordination •Inconel Metal •Stainless Steel Metal •Experienced Welder •Apprentice Welder •Years of experience: 1 year •Experience level: Experienced.$22 - $29 an hourFull-time
Sr. Welder, you will fabricate and repair parts by welding to ASME IX, MIL-STD codes and engineering welding requirements. We are looking for a Sr. Welder to join our SAS team! SAS’s equipment is used on hundreds of U.S. Navy ships to provide power and compression for propulsion, power generation, pump drives, ship service air, oxygen / nitrogen (O2N2) feed air, generator drives, and deballasting.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 6 days ago
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Fabrication, Welding, TIG, Welder, Aircraft, Aluminum, Stainless steel, Manufacturing, TIG Welding, Blueprint. TIG Welder- welding on aluminum, stainless steel and thin steelExperience working off printsWill be pulling materials from their shelves to weld onDisqualifiers:-Choppy work history-No experience working on all 3 materials-Not able to sit or stand for long periods of time.Full-time
7 gauge stainless steel 308 and 309 L.Candidates must be strong on MIG and TIG welding they will be tested on it (TIG welder with foot petal)Fabricate assigned product according to job/drawing specifications and company procedures through the use ofM.I.G. and T.I.G. welding machines and associated equipment.
Candidates reneging on job offers or during the onboarding process can be a frustrating experience for any recruiter. In a talent-driven job market, it’s common for candidates to have more than one job offer to consider. It becomes a race against time to see which organization can offer the best career experience, compensation, and circumstances that secure the right employees.
Usual blacksmith/welder shop conditions. Blacksmith & Welder (Skokie) - ( 2200005C ) Performs various blacksmith and welding activities in the maintenance of rail vehicle equipment. Performs brazing operations on silver and brass and welding operations on stainless steel and aluminum.
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TIG Welder must have precision sheet metal TIG & MIG welding experience , as well as general fabrication. TIG Welder must perform other job-related duties as assigned by supervisor including but not limited to, cleaning, trash scrap removal, and other production related tasks.
The Welder/Fabricator will work with Tool Maker-Builder, Machinist, and Pipe Fitter to produce Fixturing for Inside and Outside Production needs. The Welder/Fabricator will be responsible for Fabricating Tooling, Fixtures and Details for Production and Assembly.
Being punctual at work may not be something you’ve given much thought to, but it’s the foundation for building a successful career. All of your technical or job-specific skills will be in vain if your peers and superiors can’t trust you to show up on time and do the work. In fact, Simon Sinek once famously said that
Uses Equipment/Tools: Iron Worker, Shear, Welder, Plasma Cutter, Cutting Torch to Build and Fabricate Tooling and Fixturing for Assembly and Production. Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesThe essential functions include, but are not limited to the following:· Working with Tooling Manager for designing and building Tooling for Production needs.
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