The QTI Group?needs 2nd shift Welders in Berlin. This is a contract to hire?full-time position paying $16.60 per hour and quickly increases with tenure!? Mon- Fri 2:30pm-10:30pm this person will be responsible for performing MIG welding and using gas and electric welding equipment, in the fabrication of parts, to be used in the assembly of equipment to create a high quality finished product. This one wont last long, APPLY NOW!

  • Receive instructions, prints and work orders for each job

  • Plan details of working procedure, tools and material requirements

  • Perform both basic and complex welds involving varying degrees of precision and control

  • Work from drawings and specifications; use micrometers, depth gauge, fixed gauges, etc. incidental to operations

  • Fabricate equipment by cutting, burning and welding various metals

  • Repair equipment by using welding techniques and appropriate welding equipment

  • Clean and prepare surfaces to be welded. Set up, assemble and tack weld parts

  • Build up worn or defective surfaces

  • Use burning equipment to dismantle assemblies and to cut material to size and shape

  • Use of hoists, mechanical drawings, and fabrication equipment

  • Perform work in adherence with quality standards

  • Practice safe work habits, following safety guidelines with respect to operation and personal safety gear, and support company safety initiatives


  • Must have previous welding experience and/or training

  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Completion of formal apprenticeship or equivalent to qualify for certification

  • Basic math skills required

  • Ability to read diagrams/prints required

  • Ability to operate plasma cutter desired

  • Forklift experience desired

  • Ability to work quickly and accurately with hands and finger

  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds

  • Ability to perform tasks involving long periods of standing

  • Ability to work overtime as necessary

  • Ability to follow direction and work in a team environment


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