TIG Welder

The Welder B  is responsible for TIG Welding / Fabrication of custom parts and/or components using ISI supplied drawings and/or blueprints while holding tolerances of +/-.010 and/or .5% angular. 


· Must be able to meet or exceed the requirement of the project through manual fabrication such as port alignment, scribing, cutting/coping, tacking, tuning and welding while maintaining angular tolerance’s of +/- ½ %, focal lengths and target points of +/- .010; closely collaborate with machinists throughout the manufacturing process for each phase of the project.

· Must be familiar with metallurgy, primarily stainless steel.

· Must know the proper weld settings for welding various materials along with filler rod selection if needed.

· Must be able to produce vacuum tight welds in hard-to-reach areas of parts. 

· Ability and understanding of how to identify the proper order of operations (identifying the main datum point / sequence of hole penetration) 

· Ability to weld while operating a positioner table

· Ability to control heat zones and pulsing

· Ability to braze different materials together while maintaining a proper vacuum tight seal.

· Performs other duties as assigned. 

Follow all ISI rules as defined in the Handbook 



Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required


· Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and   maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. 

· Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. 

· Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or   employees of organization. 

· Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in   situations.

· Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to   practical situations.

· Ability to take direction from supervisor.

· Ability to meet or exceed job schedules.

· Must pay close attention to details on blueprints.

· Ability to follow work rules.


Minimum Qualifications


· Associates Degree or certification from a welding training program.

· At least one year of applicable experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Salary Description
$20.00-$25.00 per hour