Welders shall read blueprints and be able to interpret welding symbols, perform ordinary hand-welding operations in all positions for mechanical strength and high pressure on diversified assemblies and products using a rod electrode welder.
A welder should be familiar with or able to weld using Mig or Innershield Squirt welders.
A welder shall exercise care required in blocking, clamping or holding parts in relative position to avoid distortion.
A welder shall operate welding machines, regulate current, voltage and gases for proper fusion of metals, select electrode type and size.
A welder should be capable of using cutting torches, either hand or stationary type.
A Welder will be required to operate the overhead crane and the forklift and be willing to train other employees on the duties of their classification.