Reporting to the Production Supervisor the Welder is responsible for, but not limited to, the assembly of rebar structures by welding and / or tying.
Duties & Responsibilities
Adheres to Technical System Procedures and Instructions.
Must be capable of repeated standing, walking, carrying, bending and lifting.
Frequent lifting of weights up to 50 lbs. Weights considered to be above the individual’ s ability to lift safely are to be lifted using an overhead crane or lifted with a partner.
Ability to read and interpret blueprints.
Select appropriate quantity, length and gauge of rebar as required for structure being assembled.
Utilize measuring instruments tape measure, straight edge, laser sight, jig as required to properly locate and space rebar.
Weld bars using Mig welder. Responsible to reload weld wire and change and maintain weld tips to ensure weld quality is consistent.
Operate overhead crane once properly certified in crane use.
Must be able to work and operate machinery in a safe and efficient manner. Ensure machine guards are in place and material handled in a safe manner.
Must wear appropriate safety equipment as specified.
Be able to detect faulty operation of equipment being used as well as faulty material.
Complete any paperwork that pertains to the job.
As required, sort and rework defective material, repack and dispose of scrap.
Always maintain a clean and organized work area.
Working in a non-climate controlled environment.
Minimum Qualifications & Education Requirements
Welding Certificate is an asset
Special Requirements :
Safety boots, yellow hard hat
Welding experience 1 year (preferred)
Salary : $19.12-19.72 / hr
Location : Welland
Language : English (preferred)