Report on Temporary Welder III

Temporary Welder III

Description: 
Trayer Engineering Corporation is looking for a Temporary Welder III to perform Welder duties for approximately two months. The following duties will be performed under direct supervision.

Primary duties include:

• Welding submersible, pad mount and fabricating high and low voltage cabinets using TIG (gas metal tungsten welding), MIG (gas metal arc welding), GMAW-P (pulse gas metal arc welding) welding.
• Weld small inventory parts such as B-parts and expansion chambers.
• Use copper backing strips when necessary.
• Weld grinding and sanding may also be required and removing of excess weld metal using air tool grinders and electrical grinders.
• Examine work pieces and measure work pieces with straightedge, measuring tape and combination square
• Tack and fit up material using clamps or fixtures to hold proper specified/alignment location until final welding.
• Performs 2nd set of eyes authorization on all handles before finalizing the tanking process which consist of checking for spatter, scratches or other visible defects and ensures units that require linear actuators operate appropriately.
• Works with engineers and electrician on rework which consists of cutting, using backing strips, patching and blending, leak detection tests, utilizing of cameras and borescope on fail unit investigations.
• Completes DMRs (Discrepant Material Report).
• Works with engineers and electrician on rework which consists of cutting, using backing strips, patching and blending, leak detection tests, utilizing of cameras and borescope on fail unit investigations.
• Is capable of mentoring and training other welders on all aspects of the work.

Required Qualifications:

• Ability to shape corners without losing measurement (spec tolerances) and removing all blemishes from the surface of material (e.g. pinholes, scratches and heat tint from surface).
• Ability to read a traveler and drawing packet for requirements such as selection of materials, measurements, weld types, and specified dimensions/tolerances.
• For gas tungsten arc welding (TIG), ability to control heat using proper travel speed, soft start and soft spot (pedal control), avoiding burn through and distortion of material.
• For gas metal arc welding (MIG), ability to use proper travel speed, wire feed speed and voltage. Maintains consistency in welding various thickness of materials.
• For pulse gas metal arc wilding (GMAW-P), ability to use proper travel speed, wire feed speed and voltage.

Experience Requirements: 
Not requirements
Date posted:
2020-10-27
Job Id: 
8234136