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Weld Engineer

The Weld Engineer duties and activities will be to:

· Research and develop weld procedures and processes for new projects.

· Weld in accordance with customer requirements and blueprints on aircraft parts including human space flight vehicles.

· Prepare raw material, machined details, and hardware as needed to ensure quality welds.

· Provide guidance to co-workers on how to qualify to the applicable AWS or customer driven specifications.

· Weld using GTAW and GMAW.

· Inspect welds on DoD and aerospace hardware and determine acceptance against applicable quality standards.

· Inspect welds on aerospace and structural tooling and determine acceptance against applicable quality standards.

· Intimate knowledge of most all AWS codes is a must. Qualified candidates should have aerospace or defense industry experience.

Basic Qualifications:

Candidates must pass a weld test with the following criteria:

· Material: 6061-T6 Ø.437 X .125 Wall Aluminum Tubing and 6061-T6 .125” plate

· Weld Joint: 2F Tube to Plate

· Inspection Criteria: AWS D17.1 Class A Macro and Penetrant.

· Candidates must pass a weld test with the following criteria:

· Material: 5052-O Ø.5 X .035 Wall Aluminum Tubing

· Weld Joint: 2G Tube to Tube

· Inspection Criteria: AWS D17.1 Class A Radiograph and Penetrant

· Candidates must have at least two (12) years of relevant experience welding aluminum and writing weld procedures/qualifications

· Candidates must possess the ability to pass a vision and color perception exam.

· Candidates must have demonstrated experience reading and interpreting blueprints.

· Candidates must be able to lift up and carry up to 25 lbs.

· Candidates must have demonstrated experience effectively communicating within a team environment.

· Candidates must have demonstrated experience with handheld manual inspection tools.

· Candidates must have demonstrated experience writing weld procedures and qualification documents.

Other Qualifications:

Preference shown to candidates who have experience and/or working knowledge of:

  • Past experience welding exotic metals
  • Semi-automated machine welding experience
  • Any NDT certifications
  • Trade school experience within the welding curriculum
  • An AWS CWI certification

Candidate must be a US Citizen.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $28.00 – $35.00 per hour

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