Welder/Machine Operator/Assembler

Company Name:
Daifuku Webb a leader in the Design, Manufacturing, Installation and Support of factory and distribution automation/material handling systems in North America, seeks an experienced Welder who will report to our Reynoldsburg, OH location.
This job will be a second shift floater position. The job will float between Machine Operator, Welder, and Assembler.
Responsible for set-up, layout, and tack up of various precision frame weldments and brackets. Ability to tack up structures to tight tolerance.
Responsible for interpreting print drawings to manufacture/fabricate quality parts with blueprints containing multiple views and sections.
Ability to set-up and operate all ship equipment in the cut group as required.. Knowledge of a wide range of materials and machines. Knowledge of proper cut, speed and feed rates on machines operated.
The successful candidate will have:
A minimum 5 years of experience in manufacturing / production welding.
The ability to weld and fabricate from engineering drawings.
Experience with mig weld of .035 solid wire strongly desired.
Fit up skills and assembly skills are necessary.
The ability to pass a certification test AWS D1-1 vertical up bend test.
Candidates must have their own tools to do normal layout and fit-up procedure work. This position requires the ability to work in a team environment. Candidates must be flexible to work overtime as needed, which may include weekends.
Daifuku offers an excellent compensation package including great benefits such as excellent medical, vision, and dental insurance, paid vacation time, paid sick time, and paid holidays, 401K, Flexible Spending Programs, and more.
Requires knowledge of welding machines and welding, basic hand tools, and all phases of fabrication to include saws, brake press, shears, drills, tapping, assembly, and layout work.
Must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of fabrication.
Date: 2014-05-07
Country: US
State: OH
City: Reynoldsburg
Postal Code: 43068

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