Company Name:
Twin City Fan Companies, Ltd.
Location: Aberdeen, SD?
# Primary Purpose
Follows instructions from supervisor / team lead or blueprints in order to weld all necessary parts together.
Responsibilites Include
Read and interpret blueprints and test sheets; gather and organize all parts in a logical building order.
Determine appropriate work service (table, saw horse, floor).
Grind parts as necessary in preparation for welding and finalizing.
Set welding gun to correct thickness; operate welding gun and plasma torch to weld and cut necessary holes.
Produce quality welds on a variety of metals (mild steel, aluminum, stainless and galvanized steel), while operating in horizontal, vertical and overhead positions.
Visually inspect work to ensure that all parts are correctly welded to TCF engineering and quality standards (no holes, no splatter and correct measurements).
Tag product; have supervisor/team lead inspect product.
Operate forklift/bridge crane/pallet jack to deliver product to wash or blast booth.
Additional duties may be assigned, dependent upon location and product line.
High school diploma or GED
12+ months related experience and/or training (technical school) or equivalent combination of education and experience. Vocational technical school preferred.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals written in English.
Basic math skills to include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in all units of measure including whole numbers, fractions and decimals; Ability to read a tape measure.
Ability to use tools in a safe and proper manner
## Certifications, Licenses, Registrations and Required Training
The following certifications and training, if required, will be provided by the company:
Forklift Certificate
Bridge Crane Training
Welding Certificate(s) as needed
Fall Protection Training
Compressed Gases Training
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