Sabre Tubular Structures is hiring for a Longseamer job in Alvarado,TX We offer opportunities for personal and professional growth, along with competitive compensation and outstanding benefits. Committed to providing our customers with the best products and services, our compensation package includes incentives that recognize and reward outstanding performance. BENEFITS & WELLNESS Comprehensive and flexible package
Competitive health premiums
Low medical deductibles
Free wellness services plus other wellness incentives
On-site medical centers at our largest manufacturing sites
Paid time off and flextime opportunities
Free life and disability coverage
Cell phone discounts
Gym membership discounts REWARDS & RECOGNITION Competitive base pay
Competency and performance based pay progression
Per diems
50 to $1 night shift differentials
Overtime opportunities
2x incentive opportunity
60% 401(k) match on up to 6% of your pay
Boot allowances, uniform subsidies and other PPE
Service awards OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW Product innovation
Opportunities to travel
Mobility between locations and businesses
Promotions and other advancement opportunities
Continuing education
Tuition reimbursement OPPORTUNITES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE Serve as an on-boarding buddy, mentor or trainer
Community service
Lean journey Responsibilities: Under the direct supervision of the Tower Shop Supervisor and his appointed Lead, the Long Seam Welder uses specified welding processes and procedures to achieve 100% penetration welds for specified lengths of each shafts seam within prescribed codes, and according to prescribed procedures, specifications, and drawings. Duties & Responsibilities (brief statements and just the primary ones) Performs visual inspection of the entire length of each seam to identify areas requiring repair. Reads and interprets drawings and/or computer print outflatsheets to determine requirement for 100% penetration welds. Grinds and/or air-arc gouges areas as necessary in preparation for welding. Adjusts welding machine to achieve desired results within parameters of established welding procedures. Using specified welding process (FCAW, GMAW, and/or SAW,) welds required areas to obtain 100% penetration. Reads and interprets applicable specifications and welding codes and procedures to determine preheat requirements. Uses oxy-fuel heating torch to preheat work specified temperature. Uses instruments provided to measure temperature of the material. Reads and interprets work orders and daily production schedules. Writes entries on daily production log to show work completed. Uses overhead crane to position work in pole-rollers and to move completed poles to designated areas. Adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides feet, inches, fractions, and decimals. Uses tables to convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions. Visually inspects his/her work to assure that welds have been completed satisfactorily in accordance with applicable drawings, specifications, and codes. Assists and instructs other welders when needed to overcome deficiencies in quality and/or productivity. Wears protective equipment including safety glasses, insulated welding gloves, leather sleeves, and/or cape, face shield, and welding hood to protect himself from hot metal, arc rays, grinding debris, and other potentially harmful conditions. Inspects end of poles for straightness and squareness of edge cuts. Trims and/or grinds as necessary, in order to leave ends suitable for shipment to customer, or for fit up base plates. Uses power drills to drill and/or ream holes in pole sections as required by drawings. Welds other products in his or her area using either FCAW or GMAW process. Assembles two piece developments. Determines amperage and voltage settings, feed rate settings, required weld procedures, weld size and amount of penetration required. Grinds and/or cleans seams to ensure the required penetration and necessary UT quality weld. Performs daily, weekly, monthly operator preventive maintenance on seam weld machine. Adjust amperage, voltage, speed rates, and machine pressures constantly throughout the welding process to compensate for variations from the cutting and bending operations and the material variations. Requirements: Must have knowledge of basic shop mathematics, addition, subtraction, fractions, multiplication and decimals. Proficiency in reading complex prints and specifications. Must know how to properly use a weld gauge. Read and write. Must have six months experience as a welder-A or weld-B Educational Requirements: ? High School Diploma or GED Equivalent preferred Shift: Monday - Saturday, 6 am - 5 pm, Overtime and Weekends as needed (Days)

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