Full Time (non-exempt) Monday thru Friday
Wage is determined by experience and after interview process
The Fabricator will support the overall fabrication production for material handling equipment, by adhering to production schedules, ensuring all parts are properly measured, laid out, cut, fitted, aligned, and secured before the next step of the production process – which may include welding as needed.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Fit and fabricate steel structures, weldments, chute work, and other company products.
Check measurements and dimensions of each piece being worked on with measuring tapes, squares, or other devices.
Place each product component in its appropriate location as noted on the blueprints for proper alignment by using a hammer, pry bar, jack, wedge, or other tools
Mark spots to cut and use tools to manipulate steel or other materials by cutting, hammering, bending, or grinding the workpiece
Employ hand torches to heat materials to make them more flexible for bending or manipulation into the correct specification
Review blueprints, drawings, and other specification papers before starting work on a fabrication process and during the steps to ensure accurate completion
Maneuver fabrication machines, such as grinders, drill presses, brakes, shears, and torch to cut, bend, grind and adjust materials
Make templates for common work tasks when conducting repetitive motions for the fabrication process to ensure a set standard of work quality
Maintain fabricating equipment
Identify tools and methods needed to construct and assemble components
Evaluate equipment performance and implement necessary modifications
Fabricate and/or assemble structures made of steel
Uses and maintains equipment responsibly as to not compromise safety.
Comfortable with team work on large weldments
Personal hand tools are a requirement
Ensure safety of self and others
Depending on workload, fabricator will be expected to perform welding functions:
Joins, fabricates, and repairs equipment, structures, and various types of metal objects (typically mild carbon, AR, or stainless steel) using an array of welding techniques such as flux core and hard wire welding.
Analyzes blueprints, plans, and drawings to determine measurements, plan layout, and sequence of welding assignments.
Good understanding of DWG reading and layouts to achieve a quality product
Participate in quality assurance discussions to assure items are built according to DWG details.
Determines the best equipment and welding method based on the specific job requirements.
Operates drill presses, grinders, power saws, and other hand tools.
Inspects and tests welded structures and surfaces to ensure acceptable/quality weld and to discover flaws.
Required Ability to Use or Operate the following:
Basic electric and pneumatic hand tools, sanders, grinders, saws, drills, drill presses, welding equipment, cutters, measuring tools, forklift, overhead crane, various material handling and fabrication equipment
Required Licenses/Certifications/Registrations: Welder/Fabricator Certificate
|Date Posted||June 7, 2023|
|Date Closes||July 7, 2023|
|Located In||Honey Brook, PA|
|Job Type||Full-time Employee|
|Hours||minimum of 40 hours per week; weekly overtime|
|SOC Category||51-2041.00 Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters|
|Address||5051 Horsehoe Pike|
|City, State and Zip||PA 19344|
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