Tig Welder

Date: Nov 26, 2022

Location: Tulsa, OK, United States, 74115

Company: Chart Industries

Ensuring Chart’s Success…

Chart’s Tig Welder position plays a key role in the manufacturing process of Chart’s products. This position will be headquartered in Tulsa, OK.  This position will be responsible for welding vessels of various types of metals (stainless, aluminum) using GTAW. Chart produces high quality manufactured products using radiography, vacuum mass spectrometry, and phased array ultrasonic testing.  Chart complies with ASME, DOT, AAR, and EN pressure vessel codes. 

What Your Day-to-Day Activities Will Be…

  • Operation of cranes, forklifts, and aerial lifts
  • Welding of vessels through established manufacturing processes with minimum instruction and minimum supervision
  • Perform complete welding and finishing operations for the repair of units.
  • Accurately maintain required records (production traveler, material traceability, and production records).
  • Maintain cleanliness of assigned work area
  • Monitor equipment functionality and report maintenance needs
  • Assist other new welders in learning welding skills
  • Complete and follow all safety procedures and policies
  • Complete company provided training to effectively perform required job responsibilities
  • Other work as assigned

Additional Desirable Qualifications

  • Computer skills, web browser
  • Readily takes action on challenges and with a “can do” attitude
  • Identifies and ceases new opportunities
  • Encourages the open expression of diverse ideas and opinions
  • Attentively listens to others
  • Knows strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and limits
  • Admits mistakes and gains insights from experiences
  • Willingness to ask questions to gain a better understanding
  • Uncovers root causes to drive continuous improvement
  • Shows personal commitment and takes action to continuously improve
  • Accepts assignments that broaden capabilities
  • Learns from new experiences, from others, and from structured learning
  • Makes the most of available development resources

Your Education Should Be…

  • High School diploma or GED
  • Completion of a Welder Training Program
  • Proficient in all positions with GTAW
  • Proficient in knowledge of blueprint reading and welding symbols
  • Proficient in welding best practices
  • Proficient in visual inspection

Your Physical Work Environment Will Require…

  • Lifting or carrying up to 50 lbs.
  • Frequent sitting, standing, stooping, bending, twisting, walking and occasional crawling
  • Frequent pushing, pulling and handling of material
  • Occasional climbing and working at elevated positions
  • Repetitive hand movements during welding operations

Your Professional Experience Should Be…

3-5 years Welding Experience, aluminum experience a plus

Chart is an equal opportunity employer