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Posted on: July 01, 2021 • Category: Manufacturing

Welder

Vermeer Manufacturing

Apply By: July 29, 2021
No. of Jobs: 1
Job Type: Full-Time
Pay Type: Hourly
Compensation: DOE/DOQ
Education: High School

Vermeer
Vermeer Manufacturing
420 US Hwy 81
Freeman, SD 57029
US
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Qualifications:

The Welder performs routine, predictable, repetitive, procedural tasks involving motor skill and limited theoretical knowledge that will include: fit-up, tacking and welding of cast, machined, forged, and fabricated steel components to assemble structural forms such as machinery frames, and parts according to blueprints and specifications

- High school diploma or general education degree (GED).

- One to three months related experience and/or Vermeer Entry Level Welder training.

Other Skills and Abilities

- Write routine reports and intra-department communications.

- Calculate figures and apply concepts of fractions, percentages and ratios.

- Apply concepts of basic algebra, geometry and statistical quality control.

- Effectively present information verbally and written and respond to questions from groups of managers, suppliers, customer, and dealers.

- Perform basic Microsoft Office skills, CAD and other software.

- Perform problem solving techniques and root cause analysis.

- Perform multiple tasks simultaneously; ability to assess, evaluate, and carry out appropriate action for a given situation.

Essential Functions

Standing: Frequently

Sitting: Frequently

Walking: Frequently

Hand Coordination: At least average/bilateral

Twisting: Rarely (up to 1 minute in position)

Bending - Trunk: Rarely (up to 1 minute in position)

Bending - Neck: Occasionally (up to 25 degree flex & 30 degree extension for up to 2 minutes)

Elevated Work/Reach: Rarely (up to 1 minute in position)

Squatting/Kneeling: Rarely (up to 1 minute in position)

Climbing: Rarely

Pulling: Rarely (up to 80 lbs) Occasionally (up to 20 lbs) Frequently (up to 10 lbs)

Pushing: Rarely (up to 80 lbs) Occasionally (up to 20 lbs) Frequently (up to 10 lbs)

RH Grip: Rarely (up to 80 lbs) Occasionally (up to 20 lbs) Frequently (up to 10 lbs)

LH Grip: Rarely (up to 80 lbs) Occasionally (up to 20 lbs) Frequently (up to 10 lbs)

RH Pinch: Rarely (up to 15 lbs) Occasionally (up to 5 lbs) Frequently (up to 2 lbs)

LH Pinch: Rarely (up to 15 lbs) Occasionally (up to 5 lbs) Frequently (up to 2 lbs)

Floor to Waist Lift: Rarely (up to 50 lbs) Occasionally (up to 20 lbs)

Horizontal Lift: (up to 50 lbs) Occasionally (up to 20 lbs) Frequently (up to 10 lbs)

Waist to Crown Lift: Rarely (up to 40 lbs) Occasionally (up to 5 lbs)

Certificates, Licenses, Registration

GMAW

3/8" - 1G

1”    - 1G

3F   -  Vertical Up

4F   -  Overhead

FCAW – (as required)

3/8” -  1G

1”    -  1G

3F   -   Vertical Up

4F   -   Overhead



Responsibilities:

Job Summary

Work Shift

1 - First Shift

The Welder performs routine, predictable, repetitive, procedural tasks involving motor skill and limited theoretical knowledge that will include: fit-up, tacking and welding of cast, machined, forged, and fabricated steel components to assemble structural forms such as machinery frames, and parts according to blueprints and specifications.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

1. Demonstrate the Vermeer characteristics of caring culture, demonstrating agility, customer focused, and stewardship and model the associated behaviors.

2. Selects equipment; jigs and fixtures or manual fit-up; and welds according to blueprints, process sheets, and welding procedure specifications.

3. Positions, aligns and fits components together.

4. Bolts, clamps, tack welds parts to secure in position for welding according to blueprints, process sheets, and welding procedure specifications.

5. Following Vermeer Welding Standards, welds jobs in all welding positions according to blueprints, process sheets, and welding procedure specifications using GMAW or FCAW, both conventional and pulsed.

6. Must be capable of setting and operating a cutting torch, carbon arc gouging and plasma arc cutting equipment safely and efficiently.

7. Repairs products by dismantling, cutting, gouging, grinding, straightening, reshaping, and/or rewelding.

8. Responsible for daily TPM, including the periodic cleaning of weld spatter from the nozzle, dusting external components of the welding unit, replacing external filter and verifies that the wire is feeding properly.

9. Supports 5S/workplace organization goals of the department and offers suggestions and makes improvements that achieve the department’s performance board metrics



Other Information:

Other Skills and Abilities - Write routine reports and intra-department communications. - Calculate figures and apply concepts of fractions, percentages and ratios. - Apply concepts of basic algebra, geometry and statistical quality control. - Effectively present information verbally and written and respond to questions from groups of managers, suppliers, customer, and dealers. - Perform basic Microsoft Office skills, CAD and other software. - Perform problem solving techniques and root cause analysis. - Perform multiple tasks simultaneously; ability to assess, evaluate, and carry out appropriate action for a given situation.

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