Weld Team Captain
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Well known fabrication shop needs a strong well known fabrication shop needs a strong Welding Leader for their 2nd shift. Does working for a company that has been in the casting business for more than 30 years sound appealing? How about a company that has room for advancement?
Responsibilities for Weld Lead:
The responsibility of a Weld Team Captain is to assist in meeting daily targeted goals as outlined by the Team Leader.
You ll help coordinate the daily operations through assigning, monitoring and reviewing accuracy of team members work and providing technical guidance.
Approximately 70% of time will be spent performing many of the same duties as the team members.
Team captains will lead and direct a team of one or more team members
Ensure team members have the correct tools to complete their daily tasks and assure they are in good working condition
Responsible for team members accuracy of work
Promote a safe work environment
Provide notification of company policy violations to your team leader
Conduct daily 5S audits and promote 5-S initiatives
Knowledge of set up and operation of welding machines
Table fabrication duties include: measure and weld the angle degree according to print with sections of material
Read measuring tools (tape measure, square, dial calipers, digital protractor)
Operate hand/air tools and electric grinders
Read and interpret work instructions and AWS welding symbols from blueprints
Perform MIG,TIG or fabrication welding assignments to meet daily production while maintaining standards of quality and quantity
Angle change duties: Measure and weld the angle degree according to print with sections of material cut on saw during previous operation
Build duties: Roll form material when required for large radius jobs (standard rolled turns will be provided by designated employees); assemble angle change, straight sections and turn to print using a MIG Welder and other fabrication tools while maintaining dimension and angle tolerances; form flanges and gear rack and install according to print
Confirm angles and dimensions during fabrication and report any deviations to supervisor
Identify and obtain accurate welding fixtures as called by work order
Count and verify weldment ID Number; enter data into computer software to create paint tag for final operation
Communicate shortages, scrap, delays and any deviation of standard work to the supervisor when applicable
Complete daily timesheet and paperwork
Maintain D1.1 welding certification. This applies to welders who complete welding operations that require D1.1 certification
Requirements for Weld Lead:
High School diploma (GED) with 2 years work experience in a related field and 1 year experience leading personnel.
Qualified applicant must possess experience with the Curve Rail Elevator fabrication process, production scheduling, training and inventory accuracy.
Lean Manufacturing principles a plus.
Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Perform written documentation and correspondence.
Professionally communicate one-on-one and in groups.
Ability to perform tasks using computer software and Microsoft Office.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands for Weld Lead:
Modern production facility with heat and air conditioning
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is generally required to stand, sit, walk; use hands and fingers, talk and hear
Ability to lift up to 30 pounds regularly
Ability to lift over 30 pounds occasionally
2nd shift - Work Schedule 2:30PM to 12:00am Monday - Friday & two Saturdays per month.
Pay - up to $22/hr. plus $2.50/hr. shift premium
Benefits: Health/dental/vision; life and disability insurance; paid sick and personal days; paid vacation; paid holidays; 401K; pay review; safety shoes and glasses reimbursement.
If interested in the Weld Lead role, please send resume to: GMiller@TRNstaffing.com