CH2M Structural Welder - Anchorage Fab Shop in Anchorage, Alaska
Performs welding of metal components for fabrication or repair, plant equipment and structures according to layout, blueprints or work orders using a variety of arc and gas welding equipment
Our Structural Welders:
Basic knowledge of the AWS, ANSI and ASME codes.
Knowledge of carbon steel and other alloy metals.
Knowledge of operation of welding equipment, electrodes, fluxes, shielding gasses and welding processes.
Knowledge of the various sizes and grades of welding electrodes, the proper use of electrodes and welding processes, the appearance of a proper fit-up and the appearance of properly cleaned and prepared surfaces.
Ability to properly use and care for the tools and equipment and welding electrodes commonly used on an industrial projects, as well as operation of all hand and power tools associated with welding processes.
Ability to prep steel shapes.
Ability to read and understand engineering prints.
Ability to work with minimal supervision and perform assigned tasks with limited general technical guidance.
The minimum qualifications for this position are:
Three (3) years experience in structural welding and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience required
Experience using oxy/acetylene torch required
Must pass structural weld test upon offer; welding tests include Vertical and Overhead Tests (Dual Shield and Stick, 80.18 Rod)
Join CH2M and love what you do. Focus on tackling the toughest challenges with a smile as you support the development of life-changing infrastructure that improves communities across the Globe. See the inherent value in your point of view as you deliver for our clients.
Required to pass structural weld tests upon offer. Tests include Vertical & Overhead (Dual Shield and Stick, 80.18 Rod)
CH2M will not sponsor a visa for this position. Must be able to commute to the Anchorage fab shop on a daily basis.
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