[Intro paragraph] The best welder job description will use the first two or three sentences to tell prospective welders about their shop or workplace. Highlight your unique company culture and working environment, explaining what it is you make or fix, and sell yourself to job seekers. This is the perfect opportunity to set your company apart from competing job listings.
Welder Job Requirements and Responsibilities:
- Expertly welds small, medium, and large bore pipe of various metals and alloys.
- Solders and brazes of copper pipe.
- Performs complex mechanical installations per engineering direction.
- Reads and comprehends construction drawings and specifications.
- Lays out and installs piping, equipment, and other mechanical systems in compliance with construction drawings and specifications.
- Marks up construction drawings and specifications with as-built status.
- Works with Thermal Systems Engineers and Site Construction Manager to order tools, equipment, supplies, and materials necessary for the group’s job requirements following company policy and process.
- Works in conjunction with other crews and lead persons.
- Maintains responsibility for all tools and equipment assigned to the group.
[Work Hours & Benefits] Don’t forget to include details on working hours and benefits in this section of your job description. Sell potential welders on things like overtime or seasonal work, as well as benefits that set your company apart, like promotion opportunities, paid sick time, or health insurance coverage.
Welder Qualifications / Skills:
- Ability to read labels, safety warnings, and guidelines
- Ability to learn basic computer skills to communicate via email, document daily work and progress, and track procurements and status
- Always attentive to detail and alert to ensure safety
- Ability to receive and follow instructions and communicate with co-workers
Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements:
- Graduation from high school, military schools, vocational school, recognized craftsman apprenticeship program or equivalent
- At least five (5) to ten (10) years of experience in a combination of two or more skilled trades including knowledge of and ability to use tools materials and methods
- Current welding certifications (Recently expired certifications may be acceptable contingent upon the ability to successfully requalify prior to employment.)
- OSHA 10-hour safety course would be a plus
[Call to Action] So, how do you turn interested job hunters into job applicants? By including a compelling call to action right here. Let prospective welders know exactly how to apply, whether telling them how and where to submit an application or resume, who to contact at your company to apply, or advising them to click the “apply” button at the top of the posting.
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