15 Mar Field Welder
The Field Welder is a skilled craft position working on civil, industrial, and commercial construction sites. This person fits, rigs, erects, and welds steel stock and components to construct all manner of permanent and temporary structures such as buildings, structural support frameworks, penstocks, draft tubes, tanks, boilers, and vessels. The Field Welder is an adept rigger and helps on other job site tasks as instructed.
A high-school diploma, or equivalent, is preferred, but not essential. A minimum of two years of professional experience welding in industrial or civil construction applications is required. Extensive experience using all types of hand tools, portable power tools and some heavy equipment (for example industrial lift truck and extendable boom forklifts) is required. As pre-condition of employment, a Structural Welder passes, and, at all times during employment, maintains ability to pass ASME Section IX structural welding tests in horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions (approximately equivalent to AWS D.1.1).
Regardless of prior formal training or experience, a Field Welder must demonstrate on the job, the ability to carry out or to quickly learn and competently execute, all essential functions of the position.
The position requires travel — either a driver’s license and reliable vehicle, or a practical alternative plan for getting to the jobsite, is a requirement of the job.
A typical schedule is Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with opportunities for additional work on weekends for most jobsites.
This position comes with Full Benefits:
- Health and Dental Insurance
- Short- and Long-Term Disability
- Life Insurance (with option for supplemental)
- Paid Time Off
- Paid Holidays
To apply for this job, please visit www.www.bancroftcontracting.com