Date Posted: 2019-05-15

Tig Welder

Job Description:

60-year-old Metal Fabricator seeks Tig Welder for Aluminum parts. New facility, modern break room, and bathrooms, smoking allowed on premises in designated areas and designated times.

Organized neat spacious production floor, color coded work stations, tooling designations and work space


Essential Duties & Responsibilities

 The TIG welder will read and interpret blueprints, technique sheets, and other specifications, which must be followed accurately. Will check the quality of all metal parts before assembling them for welding, cutting, or cleaning as necessary. Must maintain dimension, strength, and evenness of surface of the metal parts all throughout.

Observe safety procedures at all times, and reporting any potential issues to management right away. They’re also in charge of keeping their equipment in excellent working condition and following a clean-up routine at the start and end of each workday.



Must have a prior Production Tig Welding Aluminum work history

Must pass a weld test

Requires horizontal and vertical welding

Able to read a tape

Mechanical aptitude


Equipment Operated/ skills

Excellent communication skills

Able to Tig Weld Aluminum



Physical Requirements

Requires manual dexterity and mechanical ability

Physical fitness and agility are needed, repetitive movements



1st shift 5:30am - 3:30p



High School Diploma or GED preferred, not required

Vocational/technical certifications considered

Recent Graduates welcome!




 SSI, Inc Upstate



 Greenville, SC



Tig Welder


No expiration date


Base Salary

$14-$18 /hr. Depending on experience

Quarterly paid Profit sharing, averages $1 to $3 /hr. over wages

401k, match

Medical, dental, vision, company participation


Employment Type

 Full time


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