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Prescott Metal Custom Sheet Metal

$1,000 signing bonus
Generous pay and benefit package that include: 
401(k) with company match 
Onsite fitness center
Employee only coverage for medical $2,500 deductible plan is $36.31 per week
Company pays for employee dental plan, life insurance, and short-term disability
Company offers a medical plan option employee pays $0.00 premium for $5,000 deductible medical plan
Long-term disability, Life insurance buy up to guarantee issue of $100,000
Legal Shield
Accident and critical illness insurance
$100.00 annual work boot allowance
$100.00 prescription safety glasses allowance 


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

TIG welding on stainless, steel, and aluminum as required
Complete finish processes to customer specification (Class A – Class D)
Keep work area clean neat and orderly
Perform daily maintenance and safety checks.
Maintain a log of preventive maintenance on a daily/weekly schedule according to manufacturer’s recommendations.
Alert supervisor of any maintenance or repairs that require outside services.
Notify the supervisor of any problems and suggested changes that will allow jobs to run more efficiently
Operate spot welder as required, Operate stud welder as required, Operate rolling equipment as required.
Physical Demands/Work Conditions:

Standing and or sitting for long periods of time, 6-8 hours per day, walking, stooping, bending and reaching.
Frequently lifting manually and/or moving material up to 50 pounds.
Use of hands to handle, control, or feel objects and tools.
Repetitive movement.
Hold the arm and hand in one position or hold the hand steady while moving the arm for long periods of time.
Use one or two hands to grasp, move, or assemble objects.
Normal exposure to production/manufacturing environment subject to dust, metal shavings, machinery oil, and powder coating- and occasional office environment.
Minimum Qualifications:

Three plus years TIG welding experience
Ability to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Blueprint reading skills
Identify material types and gauges
Basic understanding of metallurgy for material used
Read job specifications to determine machine adjustments.
Read tape measure and dial caliper
Convert decimals and fractions, related to what shows on the Job Traveler/blueprints.
Ability to understand and compensate for material shrinkage and expansion associated with welding processes
Layout, fit, weld, and finish parts with minimal or no supervision according to customer specifications in the allocated time.
Measure work-piece dimensions throughout the fabrication operation to assure quality and that the process is repeatable.
Design or recommend tooling, jigs, and fixtures to perform jobs more efficiently.
Certified to Prescott Welding standards
In Process Inspection Requirements:

Verify material type on first piece
Verify material thickness on first piece
Check for any material defects or damage
Verify grain direction if applicable on first piece
Verify orientation all pieces
Verify post weld outside dimensions on all pieces that are not fixed
Verify lead in dimensions to cutouts and holes on all pieces that are not fixed
Verify quantity

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