Job Title : Welder
Location : czestochowa
Payment : zł25
Working Hours : 8-10
Accomodation : Free
A MAG (Metal Active Gas) welder, also known as a MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welder, is responsible for performing welding operations using the MAG welding process. MAG welding is a commonly used method for joining metals such as steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. MAG welders work in various industries, including manufacturing, construction, automotive, and fabrication.
Welding Operations: Perform MAG welding operations to join metal components, following welding procedures and specifications. Position and align parts accurately for welding, ensuring proper fit and minimal distortion. Apply the appropriate welding techniques to achieve high-quality welds.
Material Preparation: Clean and prepare materials for welding by removing rust, dirt, and contaminants using appropriate cleaning methods. Ensure proper fit-up and joint preparation, including beveling, grinding, or chamfering as required.
Welding Equipment Setup: Set up and adjust MAG welding equipment, including the power source, wire feeder, and shielding gas supply. Select the appropriate welding wire and shielding gas based on the material being welded. Configure welding parameters such as wire speed, voltage, and travel speed for optimal weld quality.
Weld Inspection and Quality Control: Inspect welds visually and using non-destructive testing techniques to ensure they meet specified standards and quality requirements. Identify and correct defects, such as porosity, incomplete fusion, or excessive spatter. Perform dimensional measurements to ensure accurate weld dimensions.
Safety and Compliance: Adhere to safety protocols and guidelines to maintain a safe working environment. Use personal protective equipment (PPE) such as welding helmets, gloves, and protective clothing. Follow proper ventilation practices to minimize exposure to welding fumes and gases.
Equipment Maintenance: Clean and maintain welding equipment regularly to ensure proper functioning. Replace worn or damaged components, such as welding torches, contact tips, or gas nozzles. Perform routine inspections and preventive maintenance tasks to avoid equipment breakdowns.
Documentation: Maintain accurate records of welding parameters, procedures, and inspections. Complete welding logs, work orders, or other documentation as required. Record and report any incidents, accidents, or near-miss situations to supervisors.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Certification or training in MAG welding techniques.
Proven experience as a MAG welder or in a related role.
Proficiency in MAG welding processes and techniques.
Knowledge of different metals and their welding characteristics.
Ability to read and interpret welding symbols, blueprints, and technical drawings.
Familiarity with welding codes and standards.
Understanding of welding metallurgy and heat treatment principles.
Strong knowledge of safety procedures and practices.
Excellent hand-eye coordination and attention to detail.
Physical stamina to stand for extended periods and perform repetitive tasks.
Problem-solving skills to troubleshoot welding defects or operational issues.