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TIG Welder - Aluminum to build T-tops, rod holders, leaning posts, etc.

Come work in a positive, clean, air conditioned, controlled environment.  Sportsman Boats, a premier boat builder in Summerville, offers an exciting future and incredible opportunity for growth.  We offer competitive wages, good health insurance, life insurance, vacation, 401k and more!  We value our employees, take pride in their personal development, and promote from within.     

Employee well-being and company culture are integral part of who we are and we are looking for individuals to join our rapidly-growing team that like to be challenged and love to work in a nurturing fast-paced and goal-oriented environment.    Come grow with us!!

We are looking for TIG welding experts who will support the manufacturing and fabrication process of Sportsman Boats with emphasis on aluminum.   

What you'll do:

  • Build t-tops, rod holders, leaning posts, etc. meeting high quality standards and daily production goals
  • Lay out, measure, and align metal work pieces prior to welding
  • Assess welds to ensure they are clean, free of error and in accordance with relevant welding codes
  • Select and install torch tips, filler rods, and flux according to the thickness of metal materials
  • Conduct radiographic and bend tests to verify the quality of weld
  • Read and interpret weld codes and blueprints
  • Collaborate with manufacturing engineers to address issues
  • Work as a team 

To be considered you must have:

  • Advanced skill level in welding aluminum; certified tig welder
  • Strong fabrication skills
  • Ability to assess metal structures to identify and initiate repair of damaged welds
  • Ability to read blueprints and follow instructions
  • Ability to use small tools, operating air/hand tools, welders, grinders and buffing machines
  • Close tolerance when measuring; strong attention to detail
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills; ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work as a team member
  • Ability to comply with OSHA, MSDS and safety guidelines
  • Ability to work in fast-paced, ever changing environment
  • High School Diploma or GED required

Things that will impress us:

  • Experience in the marine/boating industry
  • Bilingual Spanish/English strongly desirable

This is an exciting time to be part of Sportsman Boats.   Come grow with us!!!

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