Welder job description

Free samples of Welder Job Description/Duties/Responsibilities

Below are typical duties that a welder must take over, if you need all types of welder job description, please see links at the end of this post.

1. Operating safety working equipments and applying safety practice at work while performing his/her duties;

2. Welding spare parts in various directions: flat, horizontal, vertical or overhead, etc.;

3. Igniting flame or striking an arc while welding or performing other electricity-related work to weld part of a metal structure;

4. Supervising and identifying any fault in operating the equipment or in relation to any material or equipment, then notifying the supervisors;

5. Clamping, holding, tack-welding, heat-bending, bolting, or grinding spare parts as necessary to satisfy the technical requirements and create a welded final product;

6. Operating other accessory equipments and performing some tasks necessary for welding metal, such as fusing metal segments, using gas tungsten arc, metal arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc, and other types of welding arcs;

7. Control the processes of fitting, burning and welding to avoid problems in relation to overheat, distortion, expansion or shrink of spare parts;

8. Examining finish products and spare parts and comparing them with samples to check whether the specifications are met;

9. Being in charge of preparing and setting up necessary tools and equipments for welding job such as shielded metal arc, gas metal arc or other welding equipments;

10. Arranging and assuring the welded parts to be arranged in order before being assembled into final products; Using such tools as square, caliper or ruler for this task.

All types of welder job descriptions:

1. Production welder

2. Pipe welder

3. MIG welder

4. Fabricator welder

5. Fitter welder

6. Underwater welder

7. TIG welder

8. Spot welder

9. Structural welder

10. Combination welder

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