Fabricator A

Date: May 14, 2022

Location: La Crosse, WI, United States, 54601

Company: Chart Industries

Job Functions

Make over $20 per hour! The Press Operator and Fabrication job offers employees job flexibility and variety. Eight different functions make up the Fabricator job. These functions are:

  • Saw fins
  • Bar cutting
  • Inspect sheets
  • Check and clean fins
  • Clean and straighten bars
  • Debur fins
  • Fabricate fins
  • X/Y table

Employees in this role will have the opportunity to be trained on all 8 job functions. 

Common Machines and Equipment

  • Band saw
  • Electrical deburring wheel
  • Tape measure
  • Hand and adjustable protractors
  • Crescent and Allen wrenches
  • Clamps and aluminum angles
  • Files
  • Overhead hoists/belts
  • Shears
  • Hand & power trucks
  • Micrometer

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

The incumbent must have sufficient knowledge and ability to:

  • Use measuring devices which also include tools to measure degrees and angles
  • Do repetitious work
  • Hand dexterity is required to perform many job functions
  • Willingness to proficiently learn to use all tools necessary to each job function
  • Work with and read drawings and instructions
  • Perform simple mathematical functions

Working Conditions

Works in good shop conditions with occasional exposure to heat, sharp edges, and noise. The incumbent is exposed to aluminum chips, dust, and oil. Requires standing, bending reaching, and pulling. Most lifting, 0-20lbs.; some lifting 20-50lbs. When lifting over 50lbs., two people are required. 

Related Duties

The employee who performs this job as responsbility to maintain proper housekeeping in the work area and keep machines in good operating condition. Is also responsible for safety and quality workmanship and procedures. They may receive help from others when loading and unloading parts. 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for personnel so assigned. 

Chart is an equal opportunity employer