|Hiring Organization||AMETEK Hughes-Treitler|
|Qualification||High School education; Trade school preferred|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
|Salary||USD 15 To USD 20 Per Hour|
|Location||New York City, New York, United States 11530|
The Hughes-Treitler Business Unit designs and manufactures state-of-the-art plate-fin heat exchangers, cold plates, condensers, evaporators, and other heat transfer products. We provide custom design and engineering services, to high-quality manufacturing standards, for the aircraft, engine, and industrial heat exchangers in the mobile/marine/avionics/space and missile markets.
We are currently seeking an experienced welder to TIG weld aluminum, stainless, and Inconel heat transfer components and sub-assemblies for Aerospace applications.
Company Paid Benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, and Paid Time Off
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Weld any and all assemblies in accordance with weld specifications, weld schedules, method sheets, and blueprints as required.
- Inspect all welds for any obvious flaws (IE- Missing welds, Porosity, Incomplete Fusion, Undercut, Starts/Stops/Cracks, Excess reinforcement, Arc strike).
- Training any new or existing welders on proper weld process techniques or improved welding techniques.
- Plans details of work order procedures; gathers required tools and materials based on instructions and specifications provided for the job.
- Repairs and fabricates various items and equipment using cutting, burning, and welding techniques and equipment.
- Monitors the welding, burning, and fitting process to ensure parts are not overheated or damaged by warping, distortion, expansion, or shrinkage.
- Prepares, assembles, and tacks weld parts and surfaces to be welded.
- Maintains, organizes, and cleans equipment and the work area.
- Notifies supervisor when faulty equipment or defective materials are discovered.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
Required Skills and Abilities:
- Responsible for welding assemblies in accordance with weld specifications, weld schedules, method sheets, and blueprints as required.
Education and Experience:
- High School education; Trade school preferred
- Minimum 3 years experience welding aluminum and stainless
Must demonstrate the ability to weld in accordance with aerospace welding spec. AWS D17.1 and pass welder certification.
- Must be able to read and interpret engineering drawings.
- Must be able to pass the annual eye examinations.
- Must be conversant in and read, write, and understand English.
- Due to ITAR Restrictions, an export license may be required.
- Equipment Used: Gas Tungsten Arc Welder (Lincoln, Miller)
- Must be able to weld components that are vertical, flat, or overhead.
- Must have enough manual dexterity and stability as required for precision work.
- Must be able to see details at close range.
- Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds at times.
- Must be able to traverse facilities and machinery by climbing, balancing, lifting, walking, stooping, and carrying materials.