Top Welder Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Welder. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Welder resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.5% of Welder resumes contained Component Parts as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Welder actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Welder resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Component Parts

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Here's how Component Parts is used in Welder jobs:
  • Clamped, held, tack-welded, ground, or bolted component parts to acquire the desired configurations and positions for welding.
  • Align, fit, or assemble component parts, using hand or power tools, fixtures, templates, or microscopes.
  • Clamped, held, tack weld, heat-bend, or bolted component parts to obtain required configurations positions for welding.
  • Hand weld frames, decks and all small component parts for zero turn lawn mowers -Robot welding for snow blowing line
  • Cleaned, repaired, replaced component parts, reassembled, checked tolerances, made adjustments required to meet specifications.
  • Assembled and welded small component parts and final frame assembly which was then shipped to Stealth Corporation for installation.
  • Assembled and tack-welded steel frames and other component parts of machinery and equipment in preparation for final welding.
  • Tack weld, heat bend, grind or bolt component parts to obtain configurations and positions for welding.
  • Welded, soldered, bolted, riveted, screwed, clipped and caulked component parts to assemble products.
  • Clamped, held, tack-weld, heat-bend, grid or bolted component parts to obtain required positions.
  • Disassembled, assembled, fitted component parts using machine screws, bolts, rivets, press fits.
  • Positioned component parts on table held by fixture or jig, tacking when required based on specifications.
  • Clamped, held, tack-weld, head-bend, grind or bolt component parts to obtain required.
  • Used arc, gas-shielded arc, submerged arc and gas welding equipment to weld component parts.
  • Clamp, hold, tack-weld, heat-bend, grind or bolt component parts for welding.
  • Clamped, held, tack-welded, grind and bolted new component parts to fit specs.
  • Weld hard facing in valves and component parts, seal weld and attach pipes.
  • Clean, replace, oil and lubricate other component parts and equipment as required.
  • Welded, bolted, riveted, or screwed component parts to assemble products.
  • Clamp, held, tack-weld, heat-bent, grind or bolted component parts.

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2. TIG

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Here's how TIG is used in Welder jobs:
  • Welded generator assemblies for numerous applications for customers in Japan according to blueprints which required maintaining tight tolerances.
  • Appointed as member of elite team of tradesmen named TIGER TEAM who were used to expedite critical jobs in deadline time.
  • Conducted daily shop and field activities, including the fabrication and installation of watertight shipboard enclosures and flood/waste water containment systems.
  • Experienced in operating a Shear, Punch Press, Roll Press, Brake Press and TIG weld aluminum and stainless steel.
  • Operated Robotic welder that welded hoods and grills for caterpillar tractors, and did the finishing TIG welds that were required.
  • Job Description: Responsibilities included: Operating all welding equipment, performing all welding techniques, including MIG and TIG.
  • Weld components in flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions using TIG, MIG, FCAW and SMAW.
  • Repair and fabricate custom components using the TIG process on high quality stainless steel and various other metals on contract basis
  • Experienced with multiple welding processes including MIG, TIG, SMAW, FMAW of both carbon and stainless steel metals.
  • Trained students in various welding processes that are performed in industry such as ARC, Gas, MIG, and TIG
  • Stick, MIG, TIG, and gas welding on a variety of material from aluminum to cast iron.
  • Experience TIG, plasma cutting, brazing, torch cutting, shears press, bending and manipulating heated metal.
  • Passed welding requirements: 1G & 2G Flux core, MIG/TIG, Stick, stainless steel using multiple positions.
  • Position requires the use of MIG and TIG welding of aluminum, carbon steel, and stainless steel metal.
  • Performed TIG welding for fabrication of PED certified industrial metal hoses, braid metallic expansion joints, and bellows.
  • Prepared jobs for tiger cages, primate cages, and mobility encasement for travel long distance and short.
  • Performed TIG and MIG welding services at a high level of quality in a fast paced production environment.
  • Performed all daily welding /fabrication projects primarily TIG welding stainless steel sheet, plate, and castings.
  • Performed MIG, ARC & TIG welding working with mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
  • Performed MIG and TIG welding for U.S. Department of Defense in the manufacture of various products.

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3. Stainless Steel

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Here's how Stainless Steel is used in Welder jobs:
  • Weld stainless steel doors, aluminum doors, grind the welds off; palms sanded and weld brackets onto the doors.
  • Used blueprint reading on various fabrication and welding projects using MIG and TIG on steel, aluminum, and stainless steel.
  • Perform modifications and custom fabrications to motorcycles and vehicles, while utilizing stainless steel, carbon steel and aluminum for materials.
  • Welded electric motors and industrial pumps made of steel, stainless steel, brass, aluminum, titanium and cast iron.
  • Weld and fabricate filtration systems for agricultural and miscellaneous company's from stainless steel to galvanized duck work up to 72"
  • Cut and welded various types of metals, such as aluminum, stainless steel, cast iron, and other alloys.
  • Performed fitting and layout to make or repair metal poles, racks, tables and aluminum hand rails stainless steel brackets.
  • Repaired coal pipes, coal directional tubes, stainless steel buckets using SMAW, Carbon arc gouging and gas cutting.
  • Certified in MIG, TIG, and Flux core welding; mild, galvanized, and stainless steel and aluminum.
  • Managed measurements to establish floor plan dimension to gain precision installation and fabrication on stainless steel decks and guard rails.
  • Welded frames and doors in the floor hatch department, with aluminum, stainless steel, and a mild steel.
  • Prepare, fit and weld steel, stainless steel and aluminum for rails, pipe supports, ladders and stairs.
  • Contracted to install 22" Stainless Steel exhaust duct for a chemical lab at Boeing using the MIG welding process.
  • Provided stainless steel welding, flux core welding, arc and gouging welding Repaired and installed brakes for oil wells
  • Used Blue Prints to construct the cells in the Justice Center, and welded all the stainless steel furniture.
  • Used TIG welding process on thin gauge stainless steel using fusion welding along with using filler wire as needed.
  • Performed welding, cutting, and grinding on materials such as carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
  • Install process piping at various bio pharmaceutical sites, reviewed drawings, ordered material, automatic welding stainless steel tubing
  • Fabricated projects out of steel, stainless steel, carbon steel, cast iron, and tool steel.
  • Fabricate offsets, ducts, reducers, and curbs out of different gauges of galvanized and stainless steel.

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4. Plasma Arc

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Here's how Plasma Arc is used in Welder jobs:
  • Cut material using plasma arc cutting and oxygen-acetylene equipment.
  • Blueprint reading, tool and die, oxyacetylene torch cutting, plasma arc cutting, TIG, MIG and Stick welding
  • Operate manual or semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments, using processes such as flux-cored arc, plasma arc.
  • Used Oxyacetylene, Metal Inert Gas, Tungsten Inert Gas, Plasma Arc, stick to complete my missions.
  • Skilled with gas metal arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc, shielded metal arc, and resistance welding.
  • Skilled with gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, flux cored arc, and plasma arc welding.
  • Fused metal segments, using gas tungsten arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc and shielded metal arc.
  • Worked with processes including gas metal arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc, shielded metal arc welding.
  • Weld with gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc and shield-metal arc.
  • Operate flux-cored arc, plasma arc, shielded metal arc, resistance welding, and submerged arc welding.
  • Utilized hand torch, track torch, and plasma arc cutting to successfully cut objects to size.
  • Operated MIG and stick welders, plasma arch cutters, metal shears, brakes and iron worker.
  • Operate cutting attachments in flame cutting, and plasma arc for cutting in all types of metals.
  • Fused metal segments, using gas metal arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc, resistance welding.
  • Operated manual and semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments, flux-cored arc, and plasma arc.
  • Used plasma arc and carbon arc gouge to ensure sound metal for 100% penetration welds.
  • Used processes including gas tungsten arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc, and shielded metal arc
  • Fabricated and welded containers/components for nuclear waste using GMAW, GTAW, Plasma Arc Processes.
  • Fabricated and welded various kinds of trailers, using gas-shielded arc and plasma arc cutting torch
  • Skilled with gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc.

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5. Aluminum

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Here's how Aluminum is used in Welder jobs:
  • Assembled then welded various aluminum and steel parts; assembled military environmental control and power generation trailers.
  • Sheet Metal Welder/Fabricator- Responsible for producing quality aluminum products for wholesale operation.
  • Weld plastic and aluminum parts to blueprint specifications provided by management.
  • Repair aluminum playground clamps and plastic weld non critical/structural components.
  • Disassembled and rebuild solid aluminum semi trailers and repair.
  • Acquired several welding certifications for steel and aluminum.
  • Fabricate aluminum and diamond plate compartments for ambulances.
  • Cut carbon/stainless and aluminum materials to desired lengths.
  • Fitted and welded aluminum semi truck tanker trailers
  • Fabricated high performance aluminum bicycles using GTAW process
  • Fabricated and welded structures of aluminum tubing.
  • Install commercial aluminum storefronts and entrances.
  • Manufactured Inner Aluminum semi trailer pressure vessels
  • Steel temporary stand and aluminum materials together
  • Welded light aluminum used in making trailers
  • Welded stainless and aluminum cylinders.
  • Fabricate water tanks using aluminum.
  • Weld aluminum pool and patio furniture
  • Welded and assembled aluminum trailers.
  • Weld, Layout, Fabricate, Grind, Sand, Clean- up work Manufacturing of Dry Kiln and Timber equipment Aluminum welding

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6. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Welder jobs:
  • Follow safety rules and regulations for material movement, and safety procedures for automated equipment and warehouse material movement vehicles.
  • Work in compliance with military specifications and international welding codes and safety procedures.
  • Developed and implemented shop safety procedures and reduced safety incidents 30%.
  • Promoted a safe working environment following all implemented safety procedures.
  • Observed and followed all safety procedures and corporate safety policies.
  • Followed blue prints and specific procedures.with strict safety procedures.
  • Completed tasks following all company safety procedures and standards.
  • Followed health and safety procedures and practiced preventive maintenance.
  • Weld material according to safety procedures and defined parameters.
  • Completed safety training and used learned safety procedures.
  • Ensured compliance to welding regulations and safety procedures.
  • Supervised hot work permit and industrial safety procedures.
  • Trained associates on company policies and safety procedures.
  • Adhered to company safety procedures and guidelines.
  • Execute all safety procedures and related operations.
  • Maintain safety procedures according to company policy.
  • Follow all safety procedures while operating machinery.
  • Ensured proper safety procedures were followed.
  • Conform to manufacturing and safety procedures.
  • Welded and fabricated steel frames and doors, and modified frames to special order for customers- Maintained shop inventory and safety procedures

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7. Flux Core

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Here's how Flux Core is used in Welder jobs:
  • Take apart and put back together with plasma cutter, air arc gouge, torch and stick and flux core welding.
  • Can also operate and maintenance welding equipment such as TIG, MIG, Flux Core, Stick, and Sub Arc.
  • Performed Flux Core welding involved in the manufacture, repair, modification and assembly of hard plates of metal and structures.
  • Used MIG and flux core welding processes, using mild steel and stainless steel, hot rolled and cold rolled metals.
  • Prepared materials for gate fabrication (all sizes and types) Flux core welding, brushing, painting and installation.
  • Skilled in MIG welding, including the use of copper and flux core wire with experience in fabrication and repairs.
  • Performed flux core welding to build inside walls of barges -Advanced to second level welder and became responsible for overhead welding
  • Weld FLUX CORE ARC WELDING vertical, overheads, flats and butt, also certified for short arc and flux core
  • Weld components in flat, vertical, or overhead positions, using MIG, Flux core, or stick.
  • Weld on large vessels in fabrication shop to be sent offshore *1 inch-2 inches Flux Core, MIG, Stick
  • Repaired ships, barges, and tug boats using flux core and stick welding process in all positions.
  • Operated and used a sub arc welder to finish the weld it was a flux core welder.
  • Weld on double hulled barges, tugboats, and vessels using ceramic tape Flux Core and Stick welding
  • Stick and Flux core welding in all positions, grinding, torch cutting and structural fitting.
  • Performed flux core and stick welding procedures for the fabrication of offshore oil platforms (pipe/structural)
  • Provided Flux Core welding expertise in the manufacture of large parts for the advertising billboard industry.
  • Repaired Oil Rig Welding Procedures: stick, flux core, Sub arc and gouging
  • Utilized MIG welding with .035 wire, metal core, stainless and flux core.
  • Crane operation, MIG welding techniques, solid and flux core, wire fed.
  • Weld various ferrous materials with Stick, MIG, and flux core per blueprints.

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8. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Welder jobs:
  • Operate power tools, grinders, cutting torch, plasma cutters, and other hand tools related to the jobs needs.
  • Fabricated in shop used band saw, iron machine, magnetic drill, grinder, acetylene cutting and other hand tools.
  • Drilled, bolted, screwed or riveted parts together within fractional tolerance by hand or using hand tools or power tools.
  • Heated, formed, and dressed metal parts, using hand tools, torch, Flux core, MIG welding equipment.
  • Hand Welding using 0.45 to 1/16 flux core wire, Pneumatic and Electrical hand tools, Torches and Torch cutting process.
  • Positioned, aligned, fitted, and welded together parts, using jigs, welding torch, and hand tools.
  • Bend and fit pipe to make T-Tops Tools utilized include welder, bender, saws, grinders, various hand tools
  • Repair products by dismantling, straightening, reshaping and reassembling parts using cutting torches, straightening presses and hand tools.
  • Used a variety of hand tools, measuring instruments such as micrometers, dial indicators, torque wrenches, etc.
  • Positioned, aligned, fitted, and weld parts to form complete units using jigs welding torches and hand tools.
  • Adjust functional parts of devices and control instruments by using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, and straightedges.
  • Repaired trucks and farm equipment with the use of hand tools, electric tools, and air power tools.
  • Shear and brake presses, pipe benders, and other hand tools associated with sheet metal and structural metals.
  • Metal finished them by hand on industrial grinders polishing machines also used various hand tools for the finishing process.
  • Operated and maintained shop hand tools and equipment, including grinders, welding machines, torches, and cranes.
  • Utilized and maintained necessary supplies and tools as needed (light machinery, hand tools, etc.)
  • Lay out position of parts within hull form, working from blueprints or templates and using hand tools.
  • Used welding skills to build what was needed along with skill of hand tools to make the parts.
  • Use shop machinery for cutting/fabrication also use hand tools and the plasma cutter or torch for cutting.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including plasma cutter, grinders, overhead crane and basic hand tools.

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9. Customer Specifications

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Here's how Customer Specifications is used in Welder jobs:
  • Customized equipment based on customer specifications including: cab extensions, generator mounts, and hydraulic tilting cab extensions.
  • Performed inspections to assure product was within tolerance and met internal quality standards and met Customer Specifications.
  • Fabricated steel and aluminum signs using various welding machines and installed electrical components according to customer specifications.
  • Worked with welding engineers, electricians and maintenance personnel to solve problems relating to customer specifications.
  • Worked in an assembly style production environment following customer specifications and blue prints precisely.
  • Contract manufacturing where stock material is cut formed and welded together to customer specifications.
  • Fabricate custom parts and structural steel to customer specifications following proper welding procedures.
  • Fitted and welded custom designed stainless steel food service equipment to customer specifications.
  • Fabricate and repair metal and other material as ordered from customer specifications.
  • Design handcrafted custom ornamental iron work per residential and commercial customer specifications.
  • Welded and fabricated various surgical and hospital objects to customer specifications.
  • Implemented standard and non standard equipment repair to customer specifications.
  • Work from blueprints to fabricate quality products to customer specifications.
  • Worked from blueprints and written specifications to meet customer specifications.
  • Weld and assemble large specialized containers to customer specifications.
  • Designed and fabricate boat trailers according to customer specifications.
  • Repaired and welded various types of trailers to customer specifications
  • Prime and paint fabricated items to customer specifications.
  • Fabricated custom iron products according to customer specifications.
  • Fabricate to customer specifications and permissible weld procedures.

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10. Drill Press

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Here's how Drill Press is used in Welder jobs:
  • Fabricate replacements for worn or broken parts, using welders, lathes, drill presses, or shaping or milling machines.
  • Fabricate ALL parts using a variety of machines such as, Sheer, Pipe Bender, Punch, & Drill Press.
  • Set up and hand operated metalworking machinery tools such as Manual Lathe, Manual Mill, Punch and Drill Press machines.
  • Operated forklift, hand grinders, steel chop saw, metal punch, plasma cutter, metal sheer and drill press.
  • Set up and operated fabricating machines, such as brakes, rolls, shears, flame cutters, and drill presses.
  • Reassembled machine and operated lathe, drill press, mill, and other metalworking tools to make a repair parts.
  • Operated numerous types of equipment, including drill press, band saw, chop saw, pipe threader, etc.
  • Repaired equipment requiring the use of lathe, drill press, milling and threading machines, and related machine tools.
  • Weld and fabricate metal and machine parts, operated milling machines, brake press, drill press and saw.
  • Use of shop Machinery: Drill press, horizontal band saw, small mill, welder and pipe threader.
  • Operate mill, lathe, welders, drill press, lift hoists, and other various tools and equipment.
  • Operated forklifts, lathes, drill presses, grinders, shear presses, and general sheet metal operation equipment.
  • Operated heavy machinery that included an over-head crane, forklift, shear brake, plasma table and drill press.
  • Operate forklift, sheer, drill press, brake press, torch, heavy machinery and power hand tools.
  • Set up and operated machine tools, such as radial drill press, end mill and edge planer.
  • Welded to blue print specifications, operated drill press, sand blaster, forklift, and overhead crane.
  • Run iron worker, saw, lathe, roller, drill press, plasma torch and acetylene torch.
  • Operated drill press to help shop be more productive when all welding was finished before shift was over.
  • Fabricated exhaust parts using tools such as punch, drill press and shears to create exhaust systems.
  • Construct controllers and panels, using power drills, drill presses, taps, saws and punches.

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11. Gmaw

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Here's how Gmaw is used in Welder jobs:
  • Welded structural steel for buildings, signs, and a bridge for pipes to cross a span using the GMAW processes.
  • Task 1 - Performed GMAW welding on solar parts being shipped to California, If they had any mess ups.
  • Used GTAW and solid wire GMAW to build high end food service equipment that required visual inspection and leak testing.
  • Fabricated and welded the steel reinforcement and forms according to print on a vibratory bed using MIG and GMAW welding.
  • Performed many cutting, welding and metal fabrication techniques including GMAW, GTAW, and FCAW of various materials.
  • Fabricate railings, ladders, grates, gates, or doors according to customers specifications using GMAW or SMAW.
  • Weld components in flat, vertical or overhead positions by use of GTAW, SMAW, GMAW and FCAW.
  • Installed all vessels on skids, the repair of units, weld all couplings through SMAW and GMAW process.
  • Used GMAW to fabricate from prints various parts and assemblies to form filtration devices of various sizes and purposes.
  • Performed GTAW, SMAW, and GMAW type welding on multiple Aircraft Structural Equipment, and Ground Support Equipment.
  • Certified Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Fitter Assistant, Tacking, Welding Structural and Super Projects
  • Worked as a welder using GMAW process to form trailer panels and various associated parts according to assignment.
  • Gained vast insight of GMAW processes for aluminum and steel, desire to refine skills in this process.
  • Used GMAW and GTAW processes to repair and/or replace broken or cracked parts on tanks and trailers.
  • Job duties included reading welding schematics, understanding welding symbols, and production welding using GMAW process.
  • Performed X-Ray welds on Nuclear submarines utilizing various welding processes (GMAW, GTAW, SMAW).
  • Performed Welding using the GMAW process in Spray Transfer Mode at the Moses Lake Campus for Genie.
  • Welded in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions utilizing GMAW, GTAW, and SMAW.
  • Fabricated parts utilizing MIG / GMAW for FORD, GM and Chrysler for their paint assembly line
  • Utilized GMAW, GTAW, FCAW and SMAW welding processes on stainless, carbon and aluminum.

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12. Smaw

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Here's how Smaw is used in Welder jobs:
  • Executed fitting and welding large, structural steel by employing SMAW / FCAW welding techniques with state-of-the-art welding and fabrication tools.
  • Applied welding processes of MIG and SMAW to assemble, fabricate metal products in compliance with blueprints, drawings and specifications.
  • Performed various types of welding, at various construction sites, Including, but not limited to SMAW, GTAW etc.
  • Gouge weld defects with Oxy-Fuel, grind clean, and weld with SMAW, or FCAW to pass ultra-sonic weld testing.
  • Trained and experience in all welding procedures including: MIG, TIG, SMAW, OXY/Fuel, plasma and Blueprint reading.
  • Used various welding processes to include: SMAW, flux core, metal core, and steel in various positions.
  • General shop and field work on pipe and plates using FCAW, SMAW, GTAW Materials used: Carbon and stainless
  • Assist Welding Students with completing individual tasking in workshop with classroom instruction involving SMAW, MIG, and FLUX procedures.
  • Welded all container, crates, and stands using SMAW and FCAW processes in the 1f-4f positions and 1g-4g positions.
  • Certified to weld stainless and carbon steels with SMAW, GTAW, and GMAW processes, prefabrication of H.P.
  • Certified Pipe Welder with TIG, SMAW, and FCAW, fabrication of spool piping, and skid packages.
  • Performed SMAW, MIG, and TIG welding processes on carbon steel, aluminum, and stainless steel.
  • Gained experience in MIG, TIG, SMAW welding processes as well as forklift and various other machinery.
  • Weld structural steel and plate for the construction of barges in various positions using SMAW and FCAW techniques.
  • Experienced with using robotic welding equipment and proficient in the use of SMAW, TIG and MIG welding.
  • Weld cross country pipelines using SMAW, FCAW and semi-automatic GMAW welding processes to meet API 1104.
  • Utilized SMAW, TIG, MIG, and submerged arc welding techniques to produce x-ray quality welds.
  • Certified to perform 3G (FCAW) and 1F (SMAW) welding functions in industrial environments.
  • Pass bend tests to maintain SMAW and FCAW to D1.1 Set-up and trouble-shoot equipment in the field.
  • Construct and weld various size refusal containers/compactors using the (SMAW) Shielded Metal Arc Welding process.

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13. Overhead Cranes

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Here's how Overhead Cranes is used in Welder jobs:
  • Operate overhead cranes and fork-lifts to move structures Skills Used Welding Grinding Operation Cranes/Forklifts Fabrication
  • Loaded and unloaded finished material onto company trucks using overhead cranes.
  • Manufactured overhead cranes from inception to completion.
  • Fabricated overhead cranes/Welder Certification (See certifications)
  • Operate 5-ton capacity overhead cranes/hoists.
  • Operated forklifts, overhead cranes and various machines to include: shear, break, bender, drill press and iron-worker.
  • Certified in the use of overhead cranes to manipulate parts and finished assemblies in and out of welding jigs and robots.
  • Read and interpret blueprints, erect fabricated steel, operate various man lifts, boom trucks, and overhead cranes.
  • Tack welded and plasma cut panels for automobile paint booths, operated overhead cranes, and periodically certified on forklift.
  • Operate overhead cranes to move pipe from work area to trucks and moving pipe or sheets of steel when necessary.
  • Spray - Arc, GMAW straightening of parts, cleaning operation of overhead cranes and helped train other young welders.
  • Tack together & weld out (using MIG welder), use various grinders, mag drill & overhead cranes.
  • Use of forklift and remote operated overhead cranes to transport, set up, and maneuver pieces to be welded.
  • Weld structural, aluminum, gratings, threads, hubs, helix's, operate forklift and overhead cranes.
  • Set up and operate overhead cranes to move components into correct position in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Fabricate handrails, paint, cut material, read blue prints, operate overhead cranes, and forklifts.
  • Weld, fabricate, operate forklift, Bobcat, overhead Cranes, saw, and deliver finished product.
  • Repair wrecked train cars using torches, welders, overhead cranes, forklifts, and various power tools.
  • Machine operation, maintenance, and adjustment to welding machines, overhead cranes, and stand-up forklifts.
  • Job Skills- Grinding, welding, fit up reading blue prints, overhead cranes and working safely!

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14. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Welder jobs:
  • Experienced, safety-conscious manufacturing professional and heavy equipment operator, committed to building a new career as a professional welder.
  • Traveled throughout the Navajo Reservation performing various welding jobs and heavy equipment operations.
  • Fabricated heavy equipment frames for rock crushing equipment and other heavy industrial machinery.
  • Self-employed welder/fabricator for heavy equipment, marine, industrial and residential applications.
  • Performed all welding and fabrication on heavy equipment and sanitation equipment.
  • Followed safe practices working around and operating heavy equipment.
  • Repaired and refurbished heavy equipment and hydraulic systems.
  • Welded heavy equipment and shelving for Warehouses
  • Preformed line-boring on large heavy equipment.
  • Repair and modified existing heavy equipment.
  • Repair of farm machinery and heavy equipment
  • Repaired any and all machinery, including travel cranes, forklifts, as well as heavy equipment using the SMAW process.
  • Job Duties: Welding, fabricating, underground mine welding, fixing mining haulage equipment, heavy equipment welder and mechanic.
  • Operated various pieces of heavy equipment such as extended boom forklifts, Bobcat tractors, hydraulic personnel lift equipment, etc.
  • Worked on the constructions sites, running conduit, waterlines, building concrete forms, pouring concrete and running heavy equipment.
  • Operated cranes and other heavy equipment under company policies to disassemble and rebuild buildings and other projects required by the company.
  • Operate all shop and yard heavy equipment, including trucks, forklifts, loaders, cranes, drills and milling machines.
  • Welded components in flat, vertical, or overhead positions, in the construction of clean air filter for heavy equipment.
  • Utilize the approved diagnostic programs to provide maintenance/repair to heavy equipment (dump trucks, snow plows, etc.)
  • Field service Crew Leader for repairs and maintenance to drag lines, shovels, haul trucks and related heavy equipment.

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15. Fcaw

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Here's how Fcaw is used in Welder jobs:
  • Completed structural fabrications using FCAW method.
  • Completed fabrication, carpentry, and flux-cored arc welding (FCAW) projects on time and within the highest quality standards.
  • Welded numerous fabricated parts in all positions using .045, 1/16, and 3/32 flux core wire (FCAW).
  • Trained to weld in the flat horizontal vertical and overhead positions mainly FCAW process trained to arc gouge as well.
  • Blueprint reading *Fork lift operator *Overhead Crane Operator *Maintaining an organized work area *Daily cleaning tasks *3G Certified FCAW 1 Plate
  • Build nuclear modules using various weld processes including GMAW-P on carbon and duplex, FCAW and stud welding as well.
  • Weld GMAW, TGAW, FCAW, Spray Arc -Blueprint Reading -Metal Fabrication -Use metal cutting tools to do mechanical tasks
  • Position required welder certification with .045 FCAW to 1.5 material thickness in the flat, horizontal and vertical-up position.
  • Started as a welder helper and was able to passed 3G FCAW test to be promoted to a welder.
  • Used GMAW welding in .045 and .052 Used FCAW welding in .052 Used plasma cutting process for cutting steel.
  • Preheat and weld balers; fabricate, fit and weld baler components using GMAW, FCAW, and SMAW processes
  • Operated equipment to fuse metal segments, using processes such as GTAW, GMAW, FCAW and SMAW.
  • Weld process used FCAW SMAW TGAW GMAW, as well as operation of ABB robotics fully trained operator.
  • Weld mostly on carbon steel tanks and some occasional stainless tanks using Flux Cored Welding(FCAW).
  • Weld and fabricate structural steel and heavy plate components by FCAW, SMAW, and GMAW welding processes.
  • Certified to AWS D1.1 Structural Steel welding code in the following processes FCAW- All position SMAW- Vertical SAW- Flat
  • Fabricated and welded tanks, vessel, and piping using GTAW, FCAW, SMAW welding processes.
  • Weld carbon steels with GMAW, FCAW and SAW on large high velocity coal mine exhaust fans.
  • Fabricated shop parts directly from blueprints using GTAW, GMAW, SMAW, and FCAW processes.
  • Assisted in pipe welding project that required to pass route w/GMAW and cap w/FCAW weld test.

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16. Gtaw

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Here's how Gtaw is used in Welder jobs:
  • Passed visual and X-ray welding certification tests based on aerospace AWS code in many GMAW, GTAW, Flux Cored applications.
  • Used GTAW in the welding of stainless and carbon steel Supervised a small team of laborers and assisted them with their duties
  • Train new employees on welding Skills Used GTAW, GMAW, and plasma cutting used to fabricate and install components.
  • Blueprint reading, layout, fit-up, and welding of specialty metals using the GTAW process combined with production GMAW.
  • Handled power tools, Used secure labor behavior, Ran a spot welder, GMAW, GTAW, Metal finishing.
  • Used ARC, FCAW, GTAW, aluminum MIG, and Air lancing methods of welding to perform numerous duties.
  • Full welding of tube to tube but joint small bore pipes all GTAW and SMAW process for heavy wall pipe.
  • Used the GTAW process to weld on various sheet metal parts consisting of steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
  • Welded parts according to diagram Utilized GMAW process to weld steel Worked in a Production/Fabrication setting Learned basics of GTAW process
  • Welded aluminum frames and seats using GTAW (TIG) methods, as well as installed them on vessels.
  • Blueprint reading and welding symbols Practiced GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) or TIG Introduction to fabrication techniques.
  • Welded many Aircraft components from prints, and jigs using GTAW welding process on various types of steel.
  • Qualified welder in SMAW and GTAW welding processes on Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel and some Exotic Metals.
  • Fabricate, design, and join various types of metal objects and structures using GMAW, GTAW, SMAW
  • Weld a variety of Aerospace parts using the GTAW process as well as Semi-Automatic welding and Orbital welding.
  • Performed custom welding/fabrication jobs for local clients; can weld OAW, GTAW, GMAW, and SMAW
  • Trained new hires on the products and procedures of the company and on the basics of GTAW.
  • SAW, GMAW and Automated GTAW on oil and gas equipment, crane operator and forklift operator.
  • Skilled welder proficient in SMAW and GMAW; some GTAW experience, Read and interpret blue prints.
  • Performed maintenance and welding for the aviation industry using TIG (GTAW-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding).

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17. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Welder jobs:
  • Received some training on operating CNC machinery and Robotic Welder operations and programming.
  • Worked as basic operator/apprentice on CNC Vertical Machining Centers.
  • Performed CNC plasma and laser cutting operations to specifications.
  • Performed routine and preventive maintenance on CNC equipment
  • Fabricated and assembled CNC plasma/cutting systems.
  • Know how to carbon arc gouger, track torch, pattern torch, pipe fitting, plasma cutter and CNC torch.
  • Worked on contract jobs for large manufacturers; performed grinding & directive action; operated turret CNC machine, brake/punch presses.
  • Sheared, formed, punched with CNC machines then welded rear frames and fifth wheels together for semi-trailer, partial painting
  • Completed most of the ASP shops work with CNC, operated mills, drilling turned, and milled parts down.
  • Welded & fabricated custom automotive performance parts, set up DYNO, ran CNC machinery, & prepped motors for rebuilds
  • Performed MIG welding operations on carbon steel assemblies while following manufacturer's operating procedures (including CNC operation).
  • Set up and operate CNC Mills and Lathes, Programming in MasterCam, also hold tolerances according to print.
  • Metal fabricating, Welding, CNC machining, Water Jet cutting, Prototype to production & Assemble Service.
  • Interpreted blueprints according to specifications Programmed CNC arc welding equipment Assembled sheet metal forms with use of welding equipment
  • Job Duties: Welder, Fabricator, Assembler, CNC Plasma operator, forklift driver, CNC break operator
  • Worked in Romania as a welder/CNC Press Brake operator in support of the NATO European AEGIS Ashore program.
  • Operated CNC Press brake bending, milling and turning, high definition plasma cutter and acetylene torches.
  • Work with and knowledgeable with shop tools CNC brake, CNC shear plasma cutting, Acetylene cutting.
  • Job Duties: Fabricate tubing and casing pipe in feed racks for CNC threading and other applications.
  • Welded and fabricated steel read blueprints ran CNC machines to cut the steel operated cranes and forklifts

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18. Portable Grinders

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Here's how Portable Grinders is used in Welder jobs:
  • Chipped and ground off excess weld, slag, and spatter with hand scrapers, power chippers, portable grinders.
  • Prepare all material surfaces to be welded, using wire brushes, portable grinders, or chemical bathes.
  • Grind off excess weld, slag, or spatter, using portable grinders, or arc-cutting equipment.
  • Remove rough spots from work pieces, using portable grinders, hand files, or scrapers.
  • Chipped or grind off excess weld, using hand scrapers or power chippers, portable grinders.
  • Remove high spots and cut bevels, using, portable grinders, and cutting torches.
  • Removed rough spots and weld slag with portable grinders, hand files and scrapers.
  • Cut and shape steel using band saw, portable grinders and plasma cutters.
  • Removed rough spots from work pieces with portable grinders and air-arch machines.
  • Removed rough spots with portable grinders, band files and scrapers.
  • Welded waste cans Removed high spots and cut bevels, using hand files, portable grinders, and cutting torches.
  • Worked with air tools and portable grinders; operated fork lift and small crane Fabricated welding jig fixtures
  • Remove high spots and cut bevels, using hand files, portable grinders,and cutting torches.
  • Cut and smoothen metal components using plasma cutters, portable grinders, lathe, and milling machines.
  • Clean or degrease parts, using wire brushes, portable grinders, or other hand tools.
  • Removed rough spots from work pieces with portable grinders, hand fi;es and scrapers.
  • Clean or degrease parts, using wire brushes, portable grinders, or chemical baths.
  • Grinded ends of new or worn rails to attain smooth joints, using portable grinders.
  • Removed tough spots from work places with portable grinders, hand filers and scapers.
  • Clean or degrease parts, using wire brushes, portable grinders, contour grinding

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19. Pressure Vessels

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Here's how Pressure Vessels is used in Welder jobs:
  • Welded and tested custom fabricated a proprietary line of air separation equipment and pressure vessels for a well-known manufacturer.
  • Refurbished horizontal and vertical pressure vessels internals and plumbing* Fabricated new process equipment according to customer specification.
  • Welded Stainless Pharmaceutical process pressure vessels with welded heating jacket.
  • Read blueprints and fabricate pressure vessels to designated specification.
  • Performed layouts, fit ups, and welding according to blueprints of pressure vessels, underground and above ground storage tanks.
  • Fabricated cranes, pressure vessels, and other equipment used in the offshore industry through MIG, flux-core, and stick processes
  • Experience welding pipe ranging from 2" up to 72" pressure vessels using the GMAW and FCAW welding process.
  • Trained new employees on fabrication techniques and welding processes for building new and maintaining used pressure vessels and oilfield equipment.
  • Coded Welding, fabricated low and high pressure vessels, read blueprints, assembled 2" and 6" pipe.
  • Welded petroleum storage containers and assembled structural forms such as pressure vessels and storage tanks up to 20,000 gallons.
  • Welded pressure vessels by adhering to parameters set forth by instructions from layouts, welding diagrams, and blueprints.
  • Performed X-ray inspected aluminum welds using the MIG and TIG process, used in the production of pressure vessels.
  • Verify the performance of fluid pressure vessels to maintain safety standards and durability by checking for leaks and pressure.
  • Passed 6g schedule 40 carbon steel pipe test, to weld on high pressure vessels (boilers).
  • Sprayed high pressure vessels, flanges, couplings, and nozzles while everything's to blue print specs.
  • Fabricated steel pressure vessels for the oil, power and chemical industries to all parts of the world.
  • Weld and fabricate structural steel, sheet metal and plate (pressure vessels) per blue print drawings.
  • Assembled structural forms-machinery frames, tanks, pressure vessels, furnace shells, buildings, and bridge parts.
  • Premier Fabrication - Little Rock, AR Assembled structural forms such as boiler parts and pressure vessels.
  • Qualified a weld procedure for the shop to obtain U and R stamp to build pressure vessels.

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20. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Welder jobs:
  • Followed all OSHA safety guidelines while executing field operations under tight deadlines to maintain customer production quotas.
  • Work duties in Compliance with Federal Railroad Administration Regulations & Federal Safety Regulations/HAZMAT/OSHA/DOT/EPA.
  • Supervised welders, maintained production equipment, rebuilt sand hoppers/preparation OSHA inspection.
  • Facilitated weekly safety meetings over company and OSHA safety procedures and rules.
  • Work under OSHA safety guidelines, wearing safety harnesses, and always tied off above 6feet with 2 points of contact.
  • Served on the company safety committee ensuring safe practices throughout the workplace as well as prevention and repair of OSHA violations.
  • Trained/skilled in use and OSHA safety of all commercial fabrication equipment punches, shears, forges, iron workers, etc
  • Followed all of OSHA's guidelines and safety procedures while working the third shift as a fabricator and a welder.
  • Manufactured batteries, operated welding equipment, maintained clean work space, and safely handled hazardous materials per OSHA standards.
  • Conducted derrick inspections to validate that all work was repaired, replaced, inspected and approved according to OSHA standards.
  • Followed all safety guidelines, including proper machine guarding and lockout and tag out procedures, received OSHA compliance training.
  • Followed all safety guidelines, including proper machine guarding, lock and tag out procedures as stated by OSHA.
  • Weld repairs on jobs, use of air arc n other various tools while following all OSHA safety regulations.
  • Contracted by Team Industrial Services to fabricate OSHA compliant, two-piece bumper/step deck systems for TIS X-ray inspection vehicles.
  • Cut and measured sheets of metal with torch and roll rings to specific specs according to OSHA standards.
  • Maintained compliance with US Navy and OSHA requirements and a clean and safe work area at all times.
  • Work under OSHA safety rules wearing harnesses and being tied off above 6 feet with 2points of contact.
  • Certified in all CAL-OSHA safety codes along with fork lift, scissor lift and articulating lift training courses.
  • Worked with multiple teams to build above ground oil storage facilities, while following OSHA and federal regulations.
  • Operated, controlled and maintained a crane according to OSHA heavy equipment operating safety standards and guidelines.

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21. Ensure Conformance

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Here's how Ensure Conformance is used in Welder jobs:
  • Implement safety precautions to produce safe and high-quality welds and attend daily safety meetings to ensure conformance to safety requirements.
  • Monitored welding process constantly to avoid overheating -Measured work pieces using straightedges to ensure conformance with standard dimensions.
  • Specify system components or direct modification of products to ensure conformance with engineering design and performance specifications.
  • Inspected and measured completed metal work to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Performed in-process inspections to ensure conformance.
  • Examine completed work for defects and measure pieces to ensure conformance with specifications; report nonconforming material for quality assurance.
  • Set up and program wire roller to ensure conformance with specifications of various-sized work pieces (drainage culverts).
  • Examine work peaces of defects and measure work peaces with straight edges or templates to ensure conformance with specifications.
  • Inspected grooves, angles, gap allowances and related aspects of assembly to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Examined work pieces for defects and maintained quality control to ensure conformance with multiple specifications.
  • Inspect, measure, or test completed metal work pieces to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Examine work pieces for defects and measure work pieces templates to ensure conformance with specifications.
  • Weigh or measure materials, ingredients, or products to ensure conformance to requirements.
  • Inspect and verify dimensions and clearances of parts to ensure conformance to factory specifications.
  • Examined work pieces for defects to ensure conformance with specifications using straightedges or templates.
  • Measure work pieces using straight edges to ensure conformance for job at hand.
  • Examined final products with template or straightedge to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Perform initial QA/QC checks on finished work to ensure conformance with specifications.
  • Inspect finish parts for defects and measure to ensure conformance with specifications.
  • Measured work pieces using straightedges to ensure conformance with standard dimensions.

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22. Combination Squares

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Here's how Combination Squares is used in Welder jobs:
  • Used various machinery and tools such as Brake Press machine, Hand Grinders, Combination squares, and various measuring tools.
  • Lay out, positioned, and aligned, and secured parts and assembly with straightedges, and combination squares sand calipers.
  • Used tape measures, combination squares, framing squares, dial calipers, and bubble levels.
  • Secured parts and assembled using straightedges, combination squares, calipers, and rulers.
  • Used straightedges, combination squares, calipers, and rulers.
  • Assemble parts according to specifications using straightedges and combination squares.
  • Operated overhead cranes, measured instruments and combination squares.
  • Lay out, position, align, and secure parts and assemblies prior to assembly, using straightedges, combination squares.
  • Positioned, aligned, and secured parts and assemblies prior to assembly usingstraightedges, combination squares, calipers, and rulers.
  • Repaired defects on barge and motor vessels by using welding, oxy-fuel cutting, combination squares, team work.
  • Positioned, aligned, and secured parts and assemblies proir to assembly using straightedges combination squares, and rulers.

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23. Rough Spots

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Here's how Rough Spots is used in Welder jobs:
  • Removed rough spots and repaired welds on pipe/plates, using portable powered grinder and hand file, to fit measurements.
  • Ensured no rough patches in existing designs; uses tools such as metal grinder to remove rough spots when present.
  • Removed rough spots using a hand held grinder, sander, and hand file to fit and assemble parts.
  • Removed rough spots from castings using portable powered grinders and hand files to enable proper fit and assembly.
  • Fabricate and assemble steel structures-Operate and maintain welding equipment-Grind, hand file, and scrap rough spots from steel
  • Removed rough spots from castings, using portable powered grinders and polishers, to fit and assemble parts.
  • Prepare materials for welding by cleaning metal surface using scrapers and grinders to remove rough spots.
  • Remove rough spots from work piece using portable grinder and or cutting torch with washing tip.
  • Remove rough spots from work pieces and repair improperly welded pieces and fabricate new parts.
  • Checked for defects and removed rough spots, Heated and dressed metal parts.
  • Removed rough spots from worked paces with grinders, hand files and scrapers.
  • Used tools such as metal grinder to remove rough spots when present.
  • Removed rough spots or bevel using a grinder or cutting torch.
  • Removed rough spots or loose metal from work pieces.
  • Removed rough spots from work pieces with grinders.
  • Heat metal parts with oxy-acetylene torch and remove rough spots from work piece with a hand grinder.
  • Removed rough spots from work pieces with hand held grinders, hand held files, and Dependable Dedicated scrapers.
  • Removed rough spots from workpiece, using portable grinder, hand file and scraper.

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24. AWS

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Here's how AWS is used in Welder jobs:
  • Assessed equipment condition and reported potential flaws and defects to supervisor.
  • Operated: Ceiling crane, Sheer machine, Oxy-Acetylene torches, table saws forklift, and many other industry related equipment.
  • Tended multiple fabricating machines, including cutoff saws, shears, rolls, brakes, presses and forming and spinning machines.
  • Monitored painting operations in order to identify flaws such as blisters and streaks so that their causes can be corrected.
  • Job duties required the use of cutting torches, grinders, saws, brake presses and various other hand tools.
  • Sanded vehicle surfaces between coats of paint and/or primer in order to remove flaws and enhance adhesion for subsequent coats.
  • Operated drill presses, power saws, grinders, metal lathes and a variety of welding equipment and hand tools.
  • Tended multiple fabricating machines including cutoff saws, shears, brake and press, profile drilling machines and punching machines.
  • Operated various shop equipment such as mills, drill presses, industrial saws, lathes and sheet metal forming machinery.
  • Fabricate the part using machine tools such as a punch press, press brakes, saws and bending tools.
  • Set up and operated iron workers, brakes, shears, saws, rollers, and other shop equipment.
  • Fabricated and MIG welded aluminum utility trailers, used saws, drills, forklift, hand tools, etc.
  • Tested out as a Level 1 welder under a certificate program with the company, under AWS D1.3 specs.
  • Used over head crane to unload trucks full of pipe and used automatic chop saws, and fork trucks.
  • Operate Saws, Disk Grinders, Drill Presses, And Other Associated Shop Equipment To Accomplish Assigned Work.
  • Used circular saws, air chisel, impact drill, band saw, tape measure, combination square.
  • Experienced Operation of saws, rollers, shears, iron worker, as well as various hand tools.
  • Experienced in using hydraulic brakes, iron workers, saws, punches, and various hand tools.
  • Interpret complex blueprints, manufacturing drawing and written work instructions, as well as AWS welding symbols.
  • Cut work piece, using plasma, torch, powered saws, and shears or chipping knife.

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25. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Welder jobs:
  • Performed manual and automatic welding procedures in an assembly line type environment on guided missile launchers to meet military specifications.
  • Operated assembly line robot welder manufacturing various automotive parts.
  • Welded completed products together on an assembly line
  • Fabricated and welded trailers on assembly line
  • Worked assembly line painting military vehicles.
  • Performed industrial assembly line welding.
  • Performed various manufacturing duties in assembly line setting to include operating power tools, using calibrating tools to inspect completed parts.
  • Weld seams throughout cab in multiple locations throughout assembly line adding armor to galvanized structure on Caiman Light tactical vehicle cabs.
  • Experience in welding MRAP armored vehicles from start to finish in assembly line (Golan, Alpha and the Beast).
  • Trained on the use of a remote crane to pick up the generators from the assembly line which was required.
  • Worked with a team of 9 on an assembly line where strict deadlines were met on a weekly basis.
  • Operated assembly line conveyor system to move tubular shafts into position for cutting on band saw and for fitting.
  • Fabricate from prints, food and medical grade conveyors, vibratory bowls and other assembly line parts feeding/orienting equipment.
  • Welded on wide variety of jobs ranging from assembly line production to expansion of a coal fired power plant.
  • Accustomed to using the rack assembly line, miter saw, plasma cutter, and the punch press.
  • Acted as backup for Assembly operation as fill in, had to learn 19-25 jobs on assembly line,
  • Performed other required welding on assembly lines and kept production levels high while following all Safe Operating Procedures.
  • Used an assembly line method to produce parts in accordance to specifications that met standards to numerous countries.
  • Worked in confined areas at various locations on the small pole assembly line as necessary to weld components.
  • Assigned to all types of assignments including metal stamping, construction helper, assembly line, and more.

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26. Tape Measure

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Here's how Tape Measure is used in Welder jobs:
  • Make accurate measurements using tape measure and precision measuring equipment.
  • Used tape measure to square out the housings and drive stands in order to fit motor and drive shaft into place.
  • Use of most basic and intermediate tools: circular saw, tape measure, drills, impacts, lathe, grinder,3.
  • Weld platform frames for power transformers read blueprint, tape measure, fabrication, grind over head crane and forklift.
  • Utilize measuring devices (scales, tape measures, rulers, calipers, alignment indicators, micrometers, etc.)
  • Verify conformance of work pieces to specifications using tape measures, calipers, levels, squares, and angle finders.
  • Experienced in basic hand tools, grinders, tape measures, wire feed welders, and scissors spot welding.
  • Inspected incoming parts for defects using calipers, micrometers, and tape measures to within thousandths of an inch.
  • Used grinders, tape measure, and hand tools to make sure the pieces were placed correctly before welding.
  • Used math and measurement skills including the use of tape measures, squares, levels, and clamps.
  • Used grinders, cutting wheels, tape measures, overhead cranes, drove forklifts, and read blueprints.
  • Used square, levels, and tape measure to make sure parts were fitted to blue print specification.
  • Used overhead shop cranes, flux core welding machines, angle grinders, oxyacetylene torches and tape measures.
  • Weld frames and structure for dinosaurs, use hand tools to put together parts, read a tape measure
  • Used my knowledge of how to read a tape measure and blueprints to complete the fabrication of objects.
  • Use tape measure or calipers to measure pipes to fit into flanges, or other types of pipes.
  • Measure and cut steel plate or pipe, using tape measure, band saw, cutting torch.
  • Use camber check to obtain approximate equal weight of tubes and tape measure to check tube lengths.
  • Use of squares, tape measure, straight edge, drill and rivet gun for outside accessories.
  • Weld water transfer pipes stick weld 7018 6011 610 rods use hand tools tape measure cutting Torch grinders

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27. Chart Specifications

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Here's how Chart Specifications is used in Welder jobs:
  • Selected torch, torch tip, filler rod and flux according to welding chart specifications or type and thickness of metal.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type using .052 and .060 flux core.
  • Selected and installed torch, torch tip, filler rod and flux, according to welding chart specifications.
  • Consulted welding chart specifications to select appropriate type and thickness of metal.
  • Organized equipment and weld parts according to welding chart specifications.
  • Set up equipment wield parts accordingly to weld chart specifications.
  • Lay and tack metal components according to chart specifications.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.Repaired and maintained heavy-duty and construction machinery.
  • Installed fabricated metal components in the processing plant.Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Respond to service calls quickly and professionally Set up equipment and weld parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Consulted welding chart specifications to selectappropriate type andthickness of metal.
  • Adjusted functional parts of equipment and control instruments .Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • spot welder/powder coat/deburr/robot welder Valencia, CA Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Adjusted machine feed and speed if machine malfunctioned.Consulted welding chart specifications to select appropriate type and thickness of metal.

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28. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Welder jobs:
  • Fabricated and maintained different types of equipment used in a large-scale composting business.
  • Fabricated and welded different types of aluminum/stainless steel systems according to blueprints.
  • Weld different types of metal together which set customer requirement
  • Trained on various machines in order to move the process of building different types of structures to help further up deadline.
  • Weld, grind, Bend and shape to reform steel wheels that are used to hold different types of wire.
  • Maintained and repaired different types of oil field equipment from Service King work over rigs to pumps and power swivels.
  • Travel to various locations, load scrap metal into roll off trucks, separate and organize different types of metals.
  • Weld and fit different types of fences gates, workbenches and tables using SMAW process with E7018 and E6013.
  • Sheet metal fabrication tasks such as shearing, punching, braking different types of stainless steel sheet and shapes.
  • Job Duties: Fabricate concrete mixing plants, read blueprints, use different types of welding and cutting torches
  • Skilled in using different types of metals and alloys and determining their reaction to welding processes and techniques.
  • Set up and operate a variety of welding equipment and different types of welding machines for different processes.
  • Used various different types of shop equipment to modify parts and pieces of metal to build trailer walls.
  • Use of hand plasma cutter, hand and power tools, different types of grinders and machines.
  • Weld and fit different types of pipe both in a shop environment and out in the field.
  • Grind and cut metal, using cut off wheels, saws, and different types of torches.
  • Assisted Head Welder in repairing different types of ship repair using different types of welding equipment.
  • Weld different types of parts onto chassis of box trucks, extend chassis of truck frames.
  • Perform different types of welding; gas tungsten, arc welding, metal insert gas welding.
  • Fabricate or alter different types of parts for machines, farm equipment, and automotive applications.

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29. Hand Torch

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Here's how Hand Torch is used in Welder jobs:
  • Used assorted equipment such as: welders, plasma cutting machines, hand torches, line burners and break presses.
  • Melted and separated brazed joints to remove and straighten damaged and misaligned components, using hand torch and furnace.
  • Complete 7018 and 6011 fillet welds in multiple positions, as well as hand torch cutting in multiple positions.
  • Carried lines and connected hoses from hand torch to oxygen and fuel gas cylinders and arc welding machines.
  • Read and interpret blueprints to manufacture trailer frames* Used SMAW and GMAW process* Used plasma and hand torches
  • Straighten warped or bent parts, using sledges, hand torches, straightening presses, or bulldozers.
  • Maintained clean work environment, connected hoses and hand torches to oxygen and gas fuel lines.
  • Heated, formed and dressed metal parts with hand torches from distortion and flaws in welds.
  • Used Oxy-Acetylene hand torch, Track torch, and Air Arc to shape and remove material.
  • Barge repairs, cutting metal for templates and other jobs using track torch and hand torch.
  • Preheat work pieces to render the malleable, using hand torch or furnace.
  • Preheated metal to render them malleable, using hand torch or furnace.
  • Straighten warped or bent parts by suing sledges and hand torches.
  • Connected hoses from hand torch to oxygen and fuel gas cylinders.
  • Preheat work pieces to make them malleable, using hand torch.
  • Preheated or cut work-pieces, using hand torch or arc-cutting equipment.
  • Heated, formed, and dressed metal parts using hand torch.
  • Use of hand torch to cut and fit various components.
  • Preheat work-pieces to render them malleable, using hand torches.
  • Preheated work piece with hand torch and heating furnace.

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30. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Welder jobs:
  • Transported various items to ensure availability of materials required at job site.
  • Coordinated efforts of the prefab area to coincide with the progression of materials to various job sites within the fab shop.
  • Transport various items (tools, equipment, supplies) to make sure all proper material is at each job site.
  • Drive to job site in heavy duty work truck and install steel, usually steel staircases and handrails but also structural.
  • Determined that job sites, particularly those involving combustible material are safe for men and, when required, hot work.
  • Operated water trucks and heavy machinery on job sites, welded and repaired equipment in the yard, and yard maintenance.
  • Job site meetings with General Contractors and Sub Contractors for monthly projections concerning payment and percentages of work in place.
  • Read blueprints and fabricate to print got send out to different job sites in shop and out on the field.
  • Fabricated various products for job site projects, maintained threaded pipe supplies, maintained job site welders and tow motors.
  • Traveled throughout Maine and New England to a variety of job sites to assist in welding and other labor/maintenance jobs.
  • Receive CAD drawings for plans on job sites to fabricate fittings on steel pipe for sprinkler inserts to be installed.
  • Provided STICK and TIG welding, mobile equipment operations, and installation of product for customers on various job sites
  • Shop environment for purpose of building sub components for water towers to be shipped to job sites for erection.
  • Welded strong backs and casing piles on bridge job sites using stick method; collaborated with crew on pile driving
  • Experience in using forklift to move materials around job site and operated man lifts for use on certain jobs.
  • Worked on the job site as a ground man, clearing the top of the hole and taking measurements.
  • Monitor the landscaping quality at multiple job sites to ensure the quality of lawns and to prevent weeds.
  • Maintained a safe working environment and, upon completion of day's work, inspected the job site.
  • Performed all types of welding and fabrication for customers on job sites and in their place of business.
  • Operate forklifts, scissor lifts, Lull's, boom lifts, and other various job site equipment.

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31. Assembly Drawings

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Here's how Assembly Drawings is used in Welder jobs:
  • Work from complicated assembly drawings and specifications.
  • Read and interpret blueprints, assembly drawings, and part lists to perform required functions.
  • Read blueprints, wiring diagrams, process sheets, assembly drawings and schematic drawings.
  • Set up and operated machines to shear sheet metal according to assembly drawings.
  • Weld parts and sub-assemblies in accordance with assembly drawings and procedures.
  • Worked from blueprints and fabrication assembly drawings.
  • Assembled compressors using Work Center instructions, Piping and Instrumentationinstructions, Wiring Diagram, Bill of Material and assembly drawings.
  • Utilized SolidWorks eDrawings CAD viewer to view all drawings, assembly drawings, and 3D models.

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32. Fabricate Parts

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Here's how Fabricate Parts is used in Welder jobs:
  • Read and interpreted blueprints and specifications to build and fabricate parts correctly and accurately.
  • Fabricate parts and components to customer or blueprint specifications.
  • Interpreted engineering documentation to fabricate parts.
  • Used MIG welder, plasma cutter, industrial shears punch press, and break press to fabricate parts from raw stock.
  • Fit and fabricate parts for train systems such as lifts and turn-tables, using jigs, fixtures, and measuring devices.
  • Weld and fabricate parts to be machined, Saw and cut material, operate forklift, prep material to be painted.
  • Repair and fabricate parts for heavy equipment, trailers, and machinery using the above listed welding and cutting processes.
  • Utilized various mechanical and pneumatic drills, saws, bending, punch and press machines to fabricate parts per blueprints.
  • Repair and fabricate parts for all aluminum and steel dump trucks, trailers and chassis, and flat bed trailers.
  • Repair & fabricate parts for city equipment and install them by welding; I.e garbage trucks, firetrucks, etc.
  • Worked as welder using MIG, Duel Shield, Pipe and Inner Shield to fabricate parts for genie man lifts.
  • Build and fabricate parts for mobile paper shredders and laid flooring and lined the inside of 18-20 foot truck boxes.
  • Read blueprints, fabricate parts to specification, grind metal to finish, install parts for customers, shop clean up
  • Weld and fabricate parts in house and on site or order the materials to have parts made by outside vendors.
  • Work includes set-up, laying out work using jigs/fixtures or hand layouts to fabricate parts and/or rework finished products.
  • Fabricate parts to fit on trucks, change oil and other fluids, repair, weld to attach new parts
  • Fabricate parts that where bent wrong or to small to fit properly in the cab according to the blueprints.
  • Weld and fabricate parts for underground mining equipment using welder's mills drills lathes forklifts end loader and skid steer
  • Fabricate parts using various machines and power tools, MIG, TIG, ARC, cutting and soldering.
  • Gather parts for trailer, mark trailer, weld parts onto trailer, fabricate parts for trailer.

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33. Hand Files

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Here's how Hand Files is used in Welder jobs:
  • Inspect completed work products for any defects and repair it using portable grinder, hand files or scraper.
  • Remove rough spots from work pieces, using portable grinders, hand files, or scrapers.
  • Removed rough spots from work pieces with angle grinders hand files and chipping hammers.

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34. Small Parts

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Here's how Small Parts is used in Welder jobs:
  • Welded steel bodies, fabricated small parts, prepped, grounded beads off of welds, and ran tow motor.
  • Build small parts and assemblies in accordance with blueprints including brackets, ladders, tailgates, hinges, etc.
  • Used welding techniques on small parts, using heavy and light gauge metals, according to given prints.
  • Build and fabricate parts for oil and water reserve tanks, Make and clean small parts for tanks.
  • Cascade Truck body and welding-welded utility beds and small parts with MIG; performed basic electrical wiring.
  • Have made small parts that had to be food grade to huge machinery for Marion Power Shovel.
  • Employed as a welder, building small parts, operating a drill press and a brake press.
  • Welded small parts such as walls, fronts, roofs, and ramps for enclosed cargo trailers.
  • Used Jig fixtures to weld small parts in horizontal and vertical weld positions with a MIG welder.
  • Build custom round tube and square tube truck racks as well as small parts using GMAW.
  • Prepared small parts to be assembled onto dumpster and steel metal prep to get put together.
  • Welded and placed small parts in pallet* Placed parts in rust inhibitor* Used calipers to check measuring
  • Performed small parts welding, aluminum welding, and welded Flux welds on army trailer beds.
  • Used a piranha to cut and punch small parts out with up to 1 thick.
  • Read blueprints and build small parts to 1/16th tolerance in a safely and timely matter.
  • Collated components for assembly Fabricated large and small parts per drawing and assembled parts required.
  • Fabricate and weld out small parts for flat bed low boy semi trailers using GMAW.
  • Assemble parts into fixtures, weld where required, small parts to rack line.
  • Performed tasks of welding general vacuum pipe, palliating, cleaning, small parts building
  • Administer all welding activities such as riveting and welding small parts and finished products.

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35. Band Saws

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Here's how Band Saws is used in Welder jobs:
  • Operated equipment such as Jackhammers/Concrete saws/Band saws/Chainsaws/Welding machines.
  • Required skills included use of air tools, grinders, cutting wheels, band saws, accurate measuring to 1/32 inch.
  • Shear presses, band saws, and chop saws are frequently used as well as fork trucks and pallet jacks.
  • Operated various types of equipment such as: drill presses, band saws, chop saws, and pipe threader.
  • Gained experienced using and handling heavy duty MIG welders, band saws, grinders, levelers, clamps, etc.
  • Operated machines, such as shears, plasma torch, pneumatic grinders drill presses, chop saws and band saws.
  • Operate and maintenance several hand tools such as grinders, chop saws, band saws, punch presses and forklifts.
  • Trained for safe use of metal lathe, drill press, bench grinders, band saws and sheet metal breaks.
  • Operate Milling machine, surface grinders, band saws, concrete drills, skill saws and other various power tools.
  • Operate the remote overhead crane, heavy machinery, shier, chop saws, drill press, and band saws.
  • Experienced in the set-up and operation of shears, drill presses, chop and band saws, and surface grinders.
  • Operate abrasive cutoff saws, drills and horizontal and vertical milling machines, metal band saws, and grinders.
  • Operated angle band saws, drill presses, hydraulic drill presses, shears that cut up to 1/2 materials.
  • Experienced with band saws, chop saws, iron workers including brakes, presses, shears, and notch'er.
  • Used floor operated power tools such as belt sanders, disc sanders, band saws and drill presses.
  • Complete fabrication utilizing band saws, Piranha Iron Worker, various grinders and air tools for polishing/blending parts.
  • Use various sorts of metal cutting tools such as torches, plasma cutters, and band saws.
  • Experienced using shears, finger breaks, presses, iron workers, pipe benders and band saws.
  • Operate power shears, power brakes, punch presses, hydraulic presses, circular and band saws.
  • Used a variety of fabrication and hand tools as well as band saws, presses, etc.

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36. Hard Wire

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Here's how Hard Wire is used in Welder jobs:
  • Fabricate and install new piping and 5th wheel plates on tankers Build new tankers; Hard Wire and Flux Core MIG process
  • Weld various machinery and equipment in all positions using flux core and occasionally hard wire in a fast paced environment.
  • Concentrated on MIG welding, grinding, fitting, fabrication hard wire, flux core, aluminum and cutting welding.
  • Tack, seam weld various types of flooring to base using hard wire, Stainless steel, and Aluminum wire.
  • Weld with hard wire and flux core, operate a crane, with some minor set up and Ultrasonic Testing
  • Job responsibilities: Welding of mining equipment using 045 hard wire 1/16 and 3/32 flux core.
  • Operated track welder 16 in hard wire, welding hard metal together, 400 grade steel.
  • Fabricate oil and gas production vessels in a coded welding shop* Flux Core and Hard Wire welding
  • Pulse spay hard wire welder fabricator on bin carriers shakers, and receivers for orchards.
  • Work activities include welding the interior and exterior of file cabinets using hard wire MIG.
  • Welded heavy wall material with dual shield and hard wire on heavy truck frames.
  • Repaired damaged automotive truck frames and lawn mowers using hard wire welding processes.
  • Submerged arc, Metal core, Flux core, and Hard wire certified.
  • Fabricated hulls for military vehicles by welding using flux-core and stainless hard wire.
  • Operate Miller 250p welder with either .035 hard wire or .045 hard wire
  • Fabricate water detention systems using .035 hard wire Cut Pipe Operate forklift
  • Utilize core and hard wire pulse welder, use forklift routinely.
  • Weld using hard wire, flux, aluminum, and stainless.
  • Pipe and tube welding with hard wire and duel shield.
  • Fabricated CNC router base frames using hard wire MIG process.

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37. Hand Rails

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Here's how Hand Rails is used in Welder jobs:
  • Complete the required welding of hand rails, frames, and other structural designs using the GMAW and GTAW welding processes.
  • Fabricated and welded various items including ladder racks, hand rails, trailers, truck bodies, and heavy equipment accessories.
  • Fabricate and weld various components for the building of steel decks, step units and hand rails from start to finish.
  • Average hours worked weekly 32-60 weekly Job duties: Measured and custom fitted hand rails, security gates, and windows.
  • Welded and Fabricated hand rails for city contracts; also welded galvanized material for fencing, gates and other miscellaneous items.
  • Prepared and welded joints, including metal building, trailers, custom ornamental gates, staircases, and hand rails.
  • Succeeded in assembling bottle racks, stairs w/ platforms, hand rails, and repairs on most carbon steel assembles.
  • Perform MIG and stick welding on different products such as hand rails, columns, pipes and crane parts.
  • Used blueprints to fabricate and weld cattle guards, hand rails, plate forms, and other metal components.
  • Welded and fabricated steel fences, columns for buildings, hand rails and other building components from blueprints.
  • Fabricate and weld ranch and farm equipment, metal gates, hand rails and shop and field welding.
  • Erected and fabricated steel structures such as Cat Walks, Stairs, Hand Rails, and Wall Rails.
  • Steel Fabrication Shop I read blueprints, set up jigs, cut and tack wielding custom hand rails.
  • Fabricate beams, hand rails, stair stringers, gates, fences, and other specialty jobs.
  • Build custom staircases, hand rails, and other household orientated fixtures, according to individual blueprints.
  • Weld locks to chain links gates, repair and fabricate hand rails, repair chain link fences.
  • Welded on base skids, building hand rails, and platforms with the stick welding process.
  • Fabricated everything from kitchen hoods, gates, staircases, hand rails and everything in between.
  • Fabricate and install steel, stainless, and aluminum hand rails, stairs and light structural work
  • Light structural, staircases, hand rails, balcony rails, walk gates, custom artwork.

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38. Dual Shield

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Here's how Dual Shield is used in Welder jobs:
  • Repair Caterpillar equipment using Dual Shield welding process
  • Weld with stick, dual shield welding procedures including aluminum in all procedures operate overhead cranes all types of forklifts.
  • Compass Manufacturing Daily duties included blueprint reading, layout, and pressure vessel fitting and welding utilizing Dual Shield GMAW.
  • Positioned, clamped and tack welded steel and aluminum pieces using Spool Gun, MIG and Dual Shield welding machines.
  • Fit and Weld roller coaster track to manufacture specifications using dual shield application in the 6-G and 6-GR positions.
  • Metal alloy, Dual Shield MIG and Stick welding are the procedures use for the different types of tanks.
  • Job Duties: Weld projects together using aluminum GTAW and dual shield .035 and sometimes help with fitting.
  • Skilled with stick, TIG, MIG, dual shielded flux-cored, plasma, and submerged arc welding.
  • Submerged arc fully automated, manual dual shield flux core, stick welding were predominantly the processes used.
  • Frame and crack repair on all types of heavy equipment using both dual shield and stick rod.
  • Welded flat, vertical, and overhead positions while working here using a 1/16 dual shielded wire.
  • Shop certified Dual shield, open root, vertical, on steel and stainless, any thickness.
  • Use FCAW .045 and 16th inch flux core dual shield wire to fabricate rock crushers and equipment.
  • Certified on three-quarter inch plate, open butt, and dual shield flux core 045 wire.
  • Lay out, fit and weld from prints using flux dual shield carbon .052 AWS certified.
  • Welded high carbon steel using dual shield and stick welding process, air arching and preparation.
  • Performed structural, dual shield welding on oil rigs.-Operated fork lift for the transport of materials.
  • Task - Welding with dual shield and cutting with hand held torch and air arc.
  • Experienced and worked with Inner Shield/Dual Shield Welding, Stick Welding, and MIG Welding.
  • Welded Manganese parts utilizing stainless steel filler metal in a FCAW dual shield process.

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39. Faulty Operation

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Here's how Faulty Operation is used in Welder jobs:
  • Managed work with little supervision, notified supervisors of faulty operations and defective materials.
  • Detect faulty operation of equipment and/or defective material and notify upper management immediately.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment or defective materials and made necessary repairs.
  • Detected and reported faulty operation defective or unusual material conditions.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment or vehicles.
  • Diagnosed and resolved issues with faulty operation of equipment and materials.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment or defective materials and notified supervisors Operated safety equipment and use safe work habits.
  • Notified Supervisor of faulty operations and defective materials.Welder
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment at Tyson Fresh Foods Ama.
  • Managed work with little supervision.Notified supervisors of faulty operations and defective materials.Identified inefficiencies and made recommendations for process improvements.

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40. Defective Materials

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Here's how Defective Materials is used in Welder jobs:
  • Detect and report defective materials or questionable conditions to the department supervisor.
  • Detected defective materials and notified supervisors.
  • Repaired or replaced defective materials/parts, using torches, jacks, welding equipment, and metalworking tools.
  • Detected faulty equipment/ defective materials and quickly resolved the issues.
  • Repaired defective materials with spot welds Impregnated internal fusing Maintained production levels during 8 hour shifts
  • Provide support to the welder in filling holes, detecting faulty equipment functions and defective materials.

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41. Farm Equipment

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Here's how Farm Equipment is used in Welder jobs:
  • Fabricated heavy duty farm equipment attachments in an environment that required excellent communication skills.
  • Weld farm equipment-Fabricate parts for livestock equipment-Fulfill customer orders
  • Farm equipment manufacturer and construction company.
  • Manufactured trailers and farm equipment.
  • Farm equipment repair and Manufacturing.
  • Fabricated and welded various parts from raw steel for farm equipment such as nut sweepers and harvesters that were sent internationally.
  • Sandblasted and painted farm equipment parts, Welded farm equipment, Operated brake press, torch, and plasma cutter.
  • Self-employed in family farming business, experience with farm equipment and repairs as well as landscaping and light excavation operations.
  • Job duties included blueprint reading, layout, and welding of industrial and farm equipment to company's exacting standards.
  • Know how to be mechanically inclined on all pieces of auto and farm equipment for tear down and assembly.
  • Repair of farm equipment for surrounding farmers to include service calls to farms to repair equipment in the field.
  • Learned to fix all different kinds of farm equipment from barn cleaners, free stall barns and silo equipment.
  • Maintained all farm equipment as well as conducted daily examinations of metal parts and inspection for metal fatigued areas
  • Fabricate, cut, weld custom bucking chutes, panels, farm equipment, deer blinds, etc
  • Welded, worked on paint line, did assembly of farm equipment parts and read blue prints.
  • Worked on a variety of different projects from farm equipment repair to Fabricating burning tables from scratch.
  • Job Description: Weld on farm equipment and other metal projects Reason for leaving: Poor work environment
  • Completed numerous welding tasks such as building decorative metal fencing and welded numerous amounts of farm equipment.
  • Fit up and weld parts for farm equipment by reading blueprints and using the MIG welding process.
  • Worked in a shop environment as a site employee for the contraction and manufacturing of farm equipment.

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42. Hand Shears

low Demand
Here's how Hand Shears is used in Welder jobs:
  • Cut work piece, using powered tools, hand shears, or chipping knife.
  • Cut work pieces, using powered saws and hand shears.
  • Cut Metal work components using hand shears and power tools.
  • Hand shears or chipping knife.
  • Use of power saw, hand shears or chipping knife.
  • Repaired broken parts by properly grooving and scarfing surfaces Precision cutting with power saws, hand shears, and chipping knives.
  • Cut workpiece using powered saws, hand shears, or chipper knife.
  • Cut workpieces, using hand shears.
  • Prepare broken parts for welding Precision cut material with power saw, hand shears and chipping knives.
  • Cut workpiece,using powered saws, hand shears, or chipping knife.
  • Cut workpieces, using powered saws, hand shears,chipping knife.

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43. Inconel

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Here's how Inconel is used in Welder jobs:
  • Power plant operating environment, Welding of stainless, INCONEL, etc.
  • Worked with various machine and aircraft parts using a variety of metals including Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Inconel, etc.
  • Worked with various types of metals such as stainless steel, carbon, nickel, inconel, aluminum and cast iron.
  • Work with a variety of metals and alloys; aluminum, stainless steel, carbon steel, platinum, and inconel.
  • Welded thin gauged Exotic materials such as Aluminum, Stainless, Inconel, and Titanium ranging from 0.020- Up in thickness.
  • Assist in other ares/departments as needed Skills Certified in titanium inconel and stainless still in the vertical horizontal and flat positions.
  • Welded high pressure and low pressure pipe with GTAW on carbon steel, stainless steel, copper nickel and inconel.
  • Base metals (CFE, stainless steel, Inconel, titanium, beryllium, carbon steel, and aluminum).
  • Welded on equipment, components, and items manufactured from aluminum, steel, stainless steel, and inconel
  • Performed tight tolerance TIG welding of super alloys such as Inconel in the assembly and repair of parts.
  • Do inlay welds on seal areas with stainless or inconel using Arc welding and Sub-arc welding techniques.
  • Passed required certification tests to work on different metals which include Titanium, Inconel and stainless steel.
  • Weld on carbon, stainless, chrome, inconel, in all positions an all sizes.
  • Certified in Titanium, Aluminum, Stainless, Mag, Carbon, Inconel, Silver solder.
  • Specialized in TIG welding of titanium, nickel, Inconel, silver brazing and plasma welding,
  • Certified to Mil-Std-1595A for Carbon, Inconel, Stainless, Aluminum, and Titanium.
  • Worked with a wide variety of sheet metal ranging from mild steel to inconel.
  • Certified to weld titanium inconel and stainless steel in multiple thicknesses and positions.
  • Certified Tube welder in carbon and stainless steel, experienced in inconel welding.
  • Trim stainless and inconel tubes to fit work fixtures using a belt sander.

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44. Strike Arcs

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Here's how Strike Arcs is used in Welder jobs:
  • Ignite torches or start power supplies and strike arcs by touching electrodes to metals being welded, completing electrical circuits.
  • Ignite Torches, Operate hand tools, Strike arcs by touching Electrodes to metals for welding.
  • Ignite torches supplies and strike arcs by touching electrodes to metals being welded.
  • Strike arcs by touching electrodes to metals being welded.
  • Start power supplies and strike arcs by toching ekectrodes to metals being welded, completing electical circuits.
  • Ignite troches or start power supplies and strike arcs by touchingPhillip Roger 13921 BonnerCrest Dr Houston.

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45. Caterpillar

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Here's how Caterpillar is used in Welder jobs:
  • Completed customer requests to repair misc machinery such as caterpillar backhoe and lawnmowers/mower decks.
  • Metal Fabricator -Learned to read mechanical blueprints for Caterpillar parts.
  • Welded parts for Caterpillar heavy equipment and assembled parts for equipment
  • Specialized in welding of oilfield products for Caterpillar distributor.
  • Weld unit in accordance with blueprint and Caterpillar specification.
  • Attended and successfully completed Caterpillar Instructor Lead Training course.
  • Constructed attachments for Caterpillar equipment -Gas metal arc welding
  • Welded product according to Caterpillar 1E specifications.
  • Welded chassis for Caterpillar line* Operated forklift
  • Stick and Flux-core repaired Caterpillar machinery.
  • Developed repairs for Caterpillar Solar Turbines.
  • Weld and fabricate Caterpillar mining equipment
  • Manufactured parts for Caterpillar Equipment.
  • Fabricated parts for caterpillar equipment.
  • Welded the first runs for products for companies such as John Deere, Caterpillar, Oshkosh Truck, and other companies.
  • Welded for Thornton Welding helping with repair of tubs for Caterpillar and racks welding, sandblasting and painting at Firestone.
  • Weld various types of parts by following blueprints for companies such as Caterpillar, John Deere, and Case.
  • Assembled parts for Case, John Deere, Caterpillar, tractors and earth movers using MIG welding process.
  • Worked on Steering wheel columns for John Deer and Caterpillar tractors, producing 80 parts per shift.
  • Fabricated and welded Drilling Rig Components based on blueprints and tolerances created and provided by Caterpillar.

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46. Machine Shop

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Here's how Machine Shop is used in Welder jobs:
  • Blueprint reading-Equipment inspection and maintenance -Welding gym equipment-Forklift-Welding various types of metal-Machine shop
  • Machine shop fabricating equipment and cable racks for the installation of communication systems
  • Welded and fabricated heavy construction equipment in machine shop
  • Machine shop welding and general repairs of industrial equipment and farm machinery overhead cranes etc mechanical drill presses and press brakes.
  • Worked with machine shop on repairing and building up different parts while utilizing calipers and micrometers to hold tight tolerances.
  • Assisted in the machine shop using a manual mill and lathe, in order to expedite and complete orders.
  • Machine Shop.performed fabrication welding using blueprints.metal, Aluminum, Stainless, Special order parts/Completed all work on time.
  • Interpreted blueprints and designer drawings to fabricate structures utilizing welding processes and techniques in a machine shop environment.
  • Fabricated and welded materials used to build conveyor system, interpret prints, Operate machine shop equipment.
  • Completed class/certification to operate machine shop equipment to include milling, cutting, drilling and bending/forming machines.
  • Worked in the machine shop running drill presses, manual mills, and lathes for four years.
  • Provided high quality welding to withstand high pressure from water and chemicals in a machine shop environment.
  • Welded steel bar joist used in steel frame construction and worked in maintenance department machine shop.
  • Experience using machine shop tools such as: band saws, lathes, and Bridgeport mill.
  • Machine shop service, repair and maintenance of old and new process/packaging equipment and power plant.
  • Use machine shop skills including working with lathe, boring mill, and drill press.
  • Accomplished through verbal and written communication with the machine shop, welders, and mechanics.
  • Machine shop experience operating drill press, horizontal mill, manual lathe, CNC mill.
  • Operated & maintained various types of welding equipment as well and machine shop tooling.
  • Worked in the machine shop using a conventional lathe, and a conventional mill.

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47. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Welder jobs:
  • Conducted equipment and component inspections, functional checks and preventative maintenance; removed repaired, reassembled and replaced components and systems.
  • Keep equipment operational by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; performing preventative maintenance and repairs.
  • Reduced risk of accidents and decreased downtime by conducting routine preventative maintenance on all machinery.
  • Assisted mechanics as needed in equipment repairs and troubleshooting for preventative maintenance of all equipment.
  • Recommend and develop preventative maintenance procedures for all plant welding equipment including robotic systems.
  • Maintained preventative maintenance schedules for inspecting, lubricating, cleaning and servicing equipment.
  • Interpreted verbal and written work orders for performing corrective and preventative maintenance.
  • Perform Preventative maintenance on machines.fill out all SPC and documentation required.
  • Repair and perform Preventative Maintenance on fixtures and production equipment.
  • Performed general and preventative maintenance on welding/fabricating machinery and tools.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all process and support equipment.
  • Completed preventative maintenance to keep equipment operating properly.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on facility equipment and machines.
  • Maintain schedule by preventative maintenance and troubleshooting methods.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on robotic equipment and welders.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on a daily basis.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance on all equipment daily.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on equipment as required.
  • Conduct preventative maintenance on equipment used.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and mechanical work.

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48. Circuit Breakers

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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Welder jobs:
  • Build brand new industrial circuit breakers.
  • Maintain & repair conveyers, wire electrical panels, replace circuit breakers.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, or other components.

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49. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Welder jobs:
  • Performed structural welding on structural buildings and provided repair and performed new construction on various contracts
  • Performed welding applications within a new construction environment, predominately used shield arc welding
  • Performed fabrication, installation and new construction projects for local businesses.
  • Fabricated new construction as well as maintenance on already constructed plants
  • Participated in fabrication, maintenance and new construction projects.
  • Work varies from oil and gas well hook up, pipeline and facilities rehab/new construction to compressor station construction.
  • Worked for various contractors performing industrial maintenance and new construction in power plants, Steel mills and refineries.
  • Operated equipment such as backhoes and tractors to tear down existing structures and get ready for new construction.
  • Oil field construction maintenance and new construction pipe welding and fabrication x-ray read blueprints structural welding and fab.
  • Dispatched through Local 798 Pipeline Union for Explorer 18"& 24" new construction in gas containment facility
  • Demonstrate flexibility with ability to work quickly, effectively and safety in both shutdowns and new constructions.
  • Team member for new construction paint manufacturing plant as a welder of thin-wall stainless steel pipe.
  • Performed construction pipe welding using stick 6010 and 7018 rods during new construction phase for industrial.
  • Weld fabricated materials for maintenance repairs or new construction and installation at coal preparation plants.
  • Completed a very wide variety of maintenance, redesign, and new construction related projects.
  • Performed the duties as welder in the new construction of a barge and a ship.
  • Job Duties: Welded on new construction ships and learned how to do repair work.
  • Installed and welded pipes for mechanical boiler room systems for new construction high-rise building.
  • Assisted journeymen boilermakers in repair and new construction work in local major Power plants.
  • Perform field welds as directed on all new construction oilfield projects on Chevron lease.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Welder

Component Parts19.1%
TIG10.6%
Stainless Steel9.7%
Plasma Arc9.5%
Aluminum8.3%
Safety Procedures7.1%
Flux Core6.2%
Hand Tools3.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Welder

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Component Parts
Component Parts
16.5%
16.5%
2
2
TIG
TIG
9.2%
9.2%
3
3
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
8.4%
8.4%
4
4
Plasma Arc
Plasma Arc
8.2%
8.2%
5
5
Aluminum
Aluminum
7.1%
7.1%
6
6
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
6.2%
6.2%
7
7
Flux Core
Flux Core
5.4%
5.4%
8
8
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
3.2%
3.2%
9
9
Customer Specifications
Customer Specifications
3%
3%
10
10
Drill Press
Drill Press
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Gmaw
Gmaw
2.7%
2.7%
12
12
Smaw
Smaw
2.6%
2.6%
13
13
Overhead Cranes
Overhead Cranes
2.5%
2.5%
14
14
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Fcaw
Fcaw
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Gtaw
Gtaw
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
CNC
CNC
1%
1%
18
18
Portable Grinders
Portable Grinders
0.9%
0.9%
19
19
Pressure Vessels
Pressure Vessels
0.7%
0.7%
20
20
Osha
Osha
0.7%
0.7%
21
21
Ensure Conformance
Ensure Conformance
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
Combination Squares
Combination Squares
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
Rough Spots
Rough Spots
0.6%
0.6%
24
24
AWS
AWS
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
Tape Measure
Tape Measure
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Chart Specifications
Chart Specifications
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Different Types
Different Types
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Hand Torch
Hand Torch
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Job Site
Job Site
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Assembly Drawings
Assembly Drawings
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Fabricate Parts
Fabricate Parts
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Hand Files
Hand Files
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Small Parts
Small Parts
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Band Saws
Band Saws
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Hard Wire
Hard Wire
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Hand Rails
Hand Rails
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Dual Shield
Dual Shield
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Faulty Operation
Faulty Operation
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Defective Materials
Defective Materials
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Farm Equipment
Farm Equipment
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Hand Shears
Hand Shears
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Inconel
Inconel
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Strike Arcs
Strike Arcs
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Caterpillar
Caterpillar
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Machine Shop
Machine Shop
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breakers
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
New Construction
New Construction
0.3%
0.3%

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