Aerospace Welder (3rd Shift)
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Daytona Beach, Florida, United States
Our operations have been part of the Beavercreek community for over 70 years!! We strive to keep a fun and enjoyable shop atmosphere while maintaining the highest level of quality work output. We work together to make the impossible happen and we are looking for people like YOU to join us!!
Wages start at $19.50 per hour and go up based on experience
Roles and Responsibilities:
• Welds together metal components as specified by layout, blueprints, diagrams, or manufacturing operations sheet (MOS), using Tig welding equipment .
• Connects cables from welding unit to obtain amperage, voltage, slope, and pulse as specified. Starts power supply to produce electric current.
• Manually guides torch along weld line, maintaining length of arc and speed of movement to form specified depth of fusion and bead, as judged from color of metal, sound of weld, and size of molten puddle.
• Welds in flat, horizontal, vertical, or overhead positions.
• Examines weld for bead size and other specifications.
• Manually applies filler rod to supply weld metal. Cleans weld joint or workpiece. Prepares rework parts for welding.
• Positions or clamps workpieces together or assembles them in a jig or fixture.
• May tack assemblies together.
• Will use a computer daily (checking email, viewing/downloading shop drawings and instructions)
• Able to subtract, multiply and divide fractions, decimals and whole numbers
• Able to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions in written, oral or graphic form
• Able to apply learning and experience to deal with variables within specifications
• Able to read safety rules in the use and maintenance of shop equipment.
• Able to read related technical material and apply principles to daily operations (this includes reading and interpreting blueprints).
• Able to accurately read and complete forms
• Able to lift up to 40 pounds. May occasionally lift 50 pounds (with assistance).
• Able to complete the Elano welding vision test (as a new hire and annually)
• Ability to use standards shop measuring devices (calipers and micrometers)
• Successful completion of a TIG welding training course (formal or informal program) or previous experience as a TIG welder
• Successful completion of the Unison-Dayton TIG welding test
High School diploma or GED
• Team Player and willing to operate in a professional environment
• Takes Pride in the work they are doing
• Excellent attendance and punctuality history and availability to work overtime as needed
• Makes decisions based on experience and available data
• Strives to meet or exceed job requirements
• Able to work effectively when receiving general supervision (This involves performing routine assignments alone.)
• Able to carry out operations according to set procedures or sequences.
Ability to receive and act on constructive feedback
A look into some of the great benefits we offer!
11 Paid Holidays throughout the year (after 30 days)
Paid Vacation time (increased time based on years of service)
Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance Package on Day 1
Quarterly Goal Sharing Program
Referral and Tuition Reimbursement Program (after 6 months)
Employee Assistance Program
No city taxes for Beavercreek
401K with company match
Room for internal movement & promotional opportunities
Maternity/Paternity Leave (after 1 year)
What it's like at our GE Aviation Manufacturing Facility:
Safety. Your safety is important to us, so we provide most protective gear including hearing protection if needed. Strong safety focus with daily/monthly reviews and we have been awarded OSHAS's highest safety rating. GE Aviation provides a $75 voucher towards the purchase of safety shoes as well as a voucher for safety prescription glasses if needed.
Surroundings. You'll be operating and working around moving machines - stand-up forklifts, mobile carts, cranes, etc. Due to normal machining operations there may be dust, fumes, or smoke (not over OSHA Permissible Exposure Levels (PEL)).
- Full time
Posted 5 May 2022
Closes 3 Jun 2022
This job was posted to: Fabricator