TIG Welder

Job Description:
Use hand-welding equipment to weld or join metal components or seams of fabricated aerospace metal products.
Responsible for TIG welding stainless steel and Inconel sheets 0.035 inch to 0.25 inch thick together.
Capable of reading and interpreting blueprints and is current on understanding weld symbols.
Brainstorms ideas for and creates tooling to do new set-ups on their own.
Possesses the ability to easily resolve set-up problems.
Checks dimensional values efficiently and correctly using tools such as calipers, protractors, and gauges.
Understanding if it is justifiable to make tooling to aide in the production of a job.
Understanding acceptable and unacceptable imperfections.
Obtains and maintains an Operator Acceptance Program (OAP) stamp.
Work towards, if not already possessed, the ability to braze and certification to weld titanium and aluminum.
Examine products or work to verify conformance to specifications
All of these objectives must be carried out in a safe and appropriate manner while maintaining an acceptable level of quality and efficiency.
Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent
TIG Welding experience
Aerospace experience a plus

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