Job Title: MIG and TIG Welder
FLSA: Full-Time/ Non-Exempt
Reports to: Welding Supervisor
FUSE is an acronym: For United States Employment. FUSE Fabrication started with a vision to employ Americans'. Since 2010, we have been dedicated to hiring and training professionals in a diverse set of disciplines and have transformed from a Custom Sheet Metal shop to a State-of the-Art manufacturing facility. FUSE Fabrication’s turn-key approach helps clients at every step of the process from design to installation, and even offers on-going maintenance. Fuse Fabrication is a specialized sheet metal fabrication company in Central Florida. Our turn-key operation features high-quality, American-made fabricated and machined products that are competitively priced. We also create lasting relationships with our customers. By investing time and attention to detail for your project we act as your partner, ensuring the best possible outcome. Quality is our number one goal.
- Welding Equipment & Procedures: Operate a variety of welding equipment & follow weld procedures to structure builds or parts assigned with efficiency & precision.
- Prints & Drawings: Read prints & drawings with accuracy.
- Plan Layout: Take & read measurements to plan layout & procedures.
- Welding Requirements: Determine appropriate welding equipment or method based on requirements. Set up components for welding according to specifications.
- Angle Grinders: Operate angle grinders to prepare the parts that must be welded.
- Components: Align components using calipers, rulers etc. & clamp pieces. Weld components using manual or semi-automatic welding equipment in various positions (vertical, horizontal, or overhead).
- Repair: Repair machinery & other components by welding pieces & filling gaps.
- Inspecting for Flaws: Test and inspect welded surfaces & structure to discover flaws.
- Safety & PPE: Maintain equipment in a condition that does not compromise safety & ensure the required PPE (personal protective equipment) is utilized.
- Proven experience as MIG & TIG welder with at least 5 year of experience.
- Experience using a variety of welding equipment/procedures on a variety of metals (TIG, MIG).
- Experience in using electrical or manual tools (saws, grinders, drills, etc.).
- Ability to read and interpret technical documents and drawings.
- Knowledge of figuring and using measurements and basic mathematic skills including but not limited to reading and converting fractions & decimals.
- Knowledge of shop & machine safety standards and use of protective gear & clothing.
- Competent in using potentially dangerous equipment. Follow safety precautions and comply with OSHA standards.
- Strong attention to detail, ability to adapt, work as a team player, and hold true to the company’s core values.
- Possess a goal-driven attitude; desire to continue improving skills; and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
- Employee must be dependable and willing to working overtime hours.
- Possess Overhead crane experience or certification; forklift certification; and other Professional Certifications.
- Lift, carry, push and or pull 1 – 50 lbs. frequently.
- Squat/kneel, bend/stoop, crawl, twist/turn, grasp and reach overhead and outward frequently.
- Sit, stand and walk for 1 – 10 hours per day.
- Ability to work in a 55 – 85-degree Fahrenheit work environment.
- Wear a fit-tested respirator if required.
- Work in a fast-paced industrial environment wearing hearing protection, vision protection, hard-hat, steel-toed shoes, and other appropriate protective clothing.