822 Mount Pleasant St New Bedford MA 02745 East Freetown, MA 02717
The Indirect Repair Welder will visually review a robotic welded tank for defects and repair these defects utilizing both TIG and MIG welding practices and equipment.
TIG uses a tungsten electrode that is non-consumable. In other words it does not burn up like an electrode in stick welding or the wire in metal inert gas (MIG) welding does. The tungsten acts as the torch: It generates heat, which melts the metal and/or filler metal. Thin metals can be joined by TIG welding without using filler metal. Joining thicker metals requires using an approximately 3-ft.-long filler rod of various diameters that is fed into the weld pool with one hand, while the torch is manipulated with the other.
Indirect repair welding requires TIG welding utilizing the existing metal. When large gaps are present the operator needs to revert to using the filler rod in order to fill in the gaps form the robot weld. Indirect welding is all stainless to stainless welding only, no other bi-metals are involved.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following is a brief description of some of the duties and responsibilities but is not limited to:
- Responsible to insure good welding practices are adhered to.
- Inspects completed piece to insure it meets all quality standards and specifications.
- Communicates with fellow workers and superiors to maintain safety and quality.
- Suggests production and quality improvement ideas to the Supervisor.
- Maintains tools and equipment in good working order.
- Responsible for housekeeping in assigned work areas.
- Responsible for maintaining a safe work environment by following company safety policies and procedures by wearing all safety personal protective equipment “PPE” to maintain a safe work environment at all times.
- This job description in no way implies that these are the only duties to be performed.
The following is a brief description of some of the processes in the technical expertise duties but is not limited to:
- A basic understanding of proper welding practices utilizing both TIG and MIG welding
- The knowledge of what is and is not a proper weld joint
REPORTING TO: Production Supervisor
High School Diploma or GED with technical training preferred
Ability to operate bending and welding and punching equipment required
Certificates: Welding ASME preferred
Ability to work a flexible work schedule as required.
Ability to communicate and interact effectively in all situations required
Minimum three (3) years welding experience of similar and bi-metals
- Language Skills – Ability to communicate within the working environment.
- Mathematical Skills – N/A
- Reasoning Ability – Ability to define problems
- Certificates, Licenses, Registrations - N/A
- Physical Demands – Ability to reach and use arms, hands and fingers. Ability to hear and smell.
- Weight Limitations – Up to 50 lbs.
- Vision Requirements – Close and distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception; and ability to adjust focus.
- Work Environment – Moderate Noise Conditions. Work in areas that may be noisy and dirty. Work in ambient temperatures ranging from very cold to very hot. Some exposure to fumes and airborne particles. Interaction with electric, gas and vibrating equipment. Ability to perform both indoor and outdoor tasks requiring continuous physical activity, sometimes of a strenuous nature.
- Personal, Protective Equipment - Ability to wear safety glasses, welding helmet, gloves, and other job related personal protective equipment (PPE) as required.
- Work Schedule - Work various shifts and overtime as needed.
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