How can you help us shape the future?
We’re looking for dedicated welders with the skills and vision to build a better tomorrow. Join our manufacturing team where you will work as part of a team to ensure that all projects are completed safely, correctly and meet customer expectations. You will be expected to follow and promote all safety and quality directives in support of Siemens commitment to be the “Industry’s Premier Service Provider”.
The primary function of the job is performing a wide variety of turbine layout/fitting, assembly, blading, welding required to complete fully assembled turbine components.
If selected for this position you will be assigned to work a 4×10 Night shift schedule, Monday – Thursday.
What are your job responsibilities and requirements?
Successful applicants need to have a minimum of 2-5 years of welding experience. Additionally, you will need to have 6G welding certification, experience welding 6G, and skilled in use of manual SMAW, GTAW, GMAW, FCAW welding processes. Experience welding Inconel is required. Additionally, you will weld other metals including carbon and stainless steel is required. Applicants must have the ability to use shop mathematics, precision measuring equipment, follow blueprints, specifications, diagrams, schematics, and follow written work and verbal instructions.
What are your minimum requirements for your role?
Minimum education required is a high school diploma or GED equivalent
Minimum of 2-5 yrs of Industrial Welding Experience
Be able to successfully pass or provide credentials for successful completion of CRC to include Industrial Reading, Math, Blueprint and Metrology written test.
Ability to pass a 6G Inconel Test weld test.
Ability to pass standard hearing, vision, and PFT tests.
Ability to use basic shop math; precision measuring equipment.
Ability to obtain fork truck and crane license.
Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States without need for current or future employer-sponsored work authorization.
Siemens Energy is a global pacesetter in energy, helping customers to meet the evolving demands of today’s industries and societies. SE comprises broad competencies across the entire energy value chain and offers a uniquely comprehensive portfolio for utilities, independent power producers, transmission system operators and the oil and gas industry. Products, solutions and services address the extraction, processing and the transport of oil and gas as well as power generation in central and distributed thermal power plants and power transmission in grids. With global headquarters in Houston in the U.S. and more than 64,000 employees in over 80 countries, Siemens Energy has a presence across the globe and is a leading innovator for the energy systems of today and tomorrow, as it has been for more than 150 years.
Organization: Siemens Energy
Company: Siemens Energy, Inc.
Experience Level: Early Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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