Welder

Industry

Trade and Services

Advert ID

USA_443716

Location

Boise

Job Type

Contract

Hours

Full-Time

Salary Range

USD15-16/hr

No. of Openings

1

Branch Information

Boise, ID - (USA) 1109 West Main Street Suite 230 ID Boise , ID - 83702 Phone : 208-375-8040

ContactNumber

208-375-8040

Job Description

TIG WELDER- needed in Boise/Meridian area.



Are you recently out of school or newly certified? Do you have TIG/Orbital Welding experience?



SUMMARY: Required to perform all duties required to manufacture and prepare high purity stainless steel gas and fluid handling assemblies and sub assemblies in accordance with customer / internal drawings and specifications utilizing Orbital and TIG weld methods in support of product fabrication for Gas and Fluid handling assemblies, utilizing customer/internal drawings and industry standards / specifications.



RESPONSIBILITIES:



· Fabricate components using equipment to clean, prepare, cut, face, tack and weld parts; setup and measures assemblies; selects appropriate methods. Perform orbital welds using ARC machines 207 power supply or equivalent.



· Familiar with power supply operation, selection/application of weld heads and accessories, developing weld programs, create/implement weld schedules, equipment repair and maintenance.



· Understand proper use of: leak detection equipment, tube preparation methods, calipers, manual tube cutters, dimensional tolerances/weld shrinkage, tacking methods, isometric drawings, BOM, purge/restriction methods, straightening techniques and methods for oxidation free welds.



· Ensure compliance with Industry Welding and Fabrication Standards, current welding certifications.



· Train junior technicians on current industries welding standards and support qualification process.



· Work with production management and QA/QC to develop system procedures and documentation associated with all fabricated systems.



· Work with the project teams to develop required weld / fabrication support documentation.



· Work with the manufacturing team on system construction, electrical panel construction, system interconnects, and system troubleshooting.



· Interface with third party partners including engineering resources, construction managers, QA/QC, Safety and material suppliers



SKILLS:



· Strong mechanical skills and willingness to learn. Basic machine tool knowledge a plus.



· Ability to read/interpret complex blueprints, weldment drawings, detailed specifications, written instructions and QC documents. Assist in development of standard operating procedures.



· Experience with measuring, hand & power tools, welding cutting, facing and measuring equipment: Calipers,



Height Gauges, Micrometers, Gauges, Values, Regulator's, and Specialized Fixturing.



EDUCATION:



High School Degree or equivalent; post HS education and/or training preferred.



Preferred Experience:



Current weld certification or ability to re certify. Portfolio or examples of previous workmanship a plus.