Welders needed in Browns Summit, NC!!!
What You’ll Get:
- Great Company
- Reliable Schedule, Full-time, 1st Shift, 40+ hours per week
- Direct Hire Opportunity
- $17.00 per hour pay rate
Why should you work with TRC Staffing Services?
At TRC Staffing we are committed to helping our clients and employees find the best fit. TRC works hard to campaign for our employees and help them land the position. We want to help change our employees lives and provide them with an extraordinary experience unlike any other. TRC Staffing offers benefits for our employees including, holiday pay, longevity bonus, partial paid medical insurance, electronic time keeping and direct deposit.
What We Want in a Candidate:
- Able to meet or exceed weld quality standards for both MIG and TIG welding.
- Capable of setting up welding equipment to include wire feed rate, gas selection, regulating current and voltage for proper fusion of metals
Work Schedule & Hours:
Monday thru Friday, 1st Shift, 7:30 am – 4:00 pm, opportunity for some overtime
- High school diploma or GED from an accredited institution
- Perform ordinary and repetitive hand welding operations, proficient welding vertical, horizontal, and overhead positions.
- Operate simple tools such as grinders, die cutters, drills, and cleaning brushes.
- Maintain mechanical strength on standardized assemblies and products.
- Position pieces to be welded into jigs, holding fixtures, or guides.
- Apply appropriate math to solve welding problem: whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and geometry.
- Take measurements to ensure components meet tolerance per engineering drawings.
- Select size and type of rod or wire appropriate for metal and welding applications.
- Interpret welding symbols, abbreviations, and joint designs.
- Capable of performing day-to-day activities with little supervision.
- Understanding of quality requirements (weld quality and component distortion) and works to meet or exceed the baseline.
- Stops work if operation is below quality standards and brings the discrepancy to supervisor's attention.
- Conduct simple maintenance and preventative maintenance on all welding equipment.
- Maintain mechanical strength and high pressures on diversified assemblies and products.
- Layout and mark weld points on parts or subassemblies using rule, square, scribe or templates.
- Understanding of blocking, clamping, or holding parts in relative position to avoid distortion.
- Thorough knowledge of weld requirements based on material type, thickness, and function.
- Set-up gigs, holding fixtures, or guides using measuring instruments and hand tools.
- Capable of set-up and operation of auxiliary welding equipment such as track welders.
- Capable of operating simple fabricating and forming equipment such as drill press, sheet and roll press brake, plasma cutter, and metal shear.
- Able to achieve high quality weld finish on a consistent basis.
- Capable of performing day-to-day activities with no supervision.
- Knowledge and ability to perform non-destructive weld tests.
- Perform difficult welding operations on a wide range of metals and alloys for complex, precision assemblies involving high strength welds or welds to pressurized units.
- Plan and layout welding sequence, referring to drawings, blueprints or specifications.
- Obtain maximum weld strength, avoiding distortion and excessive weld at joints.
- Capable of providing technical direction and supervision to others.
- Take corrective action on identified welding problem I issue.