Welds and assembles stainless steel components of foodservice equipment and other similar equipment or equipment deemed necessary by management. Employee must be able to:
- Tig welding on stainless steel.
- Attend work on the schedule established by the employer.
- Knowledge of workplace safety requirements and procedures.
- Obtain parts and materials to keep jobs running smoothly.
- Access area to be welded by climbing step stool.
- Use disc grinder to smooth out, weld, or grind parts prior to welding.
- Operate manual welding units and equipment by depositing metal from electrode to work piece and joins edges of work piece.
- Maintain length of arc and speed of movement to form specified depth of fusion and bead.
- Weld in flat and vertical horizontal geometry planes (all position welding).
- Examine weld for bead size and other specifications.
- Grind or clean weld joint of work piece.
- Repair improperly welded pieces and fill holes.
- Position and clamp work pieces together.
- Tack assemblies together.
- Transfers equipment, objects, or parts, to specified work areas, using moving devices.
- Assemble component parts using hand and small power tools.
- May change hoses, fittings, air valves, suspension parts, etc.
- Clean up work area daily.
- Willing to work overtime as necessary.
- 90% standing, 10% sitting with bending, pushing, pulling, twisting and lifting up to 50 pounds (anything more than 50 pounds request assistance).
- Good understanding of set up techniques.
- Meets agreed upon goals and objectives in a timely manner.
- Report any required or preventative maintenance to supervisor / shop foreman.
- High School Diploma or GED.
Understand and apply welding techniques; work quickly and skillfully with the hands; accept responsibility for the work performed; visualize what the finished product should look like; operate welding equipment with skill. Must be able to read blue prints and schematics.