This document provides an overview of the responsibility, leading and supporting task, experience, knowledge, personal traits & skills of the MIG Welder.
As the main representative, the MIG Welder has a key role in the organisation. The MIG Welder is responsible for a wide range of tasks such as completing the required work in time and in full to the required quality.
The MIG Welder proactively initiates, executes, develops and evaluates in good cooperation with relevant employees, peers and Area Manager timely the following tasks:
Leading (Expert Function)
- The operator is required to be able to read and understand engineering drawings, including weld symbols.
- The operator must be able to measure accurately dimensionally and angles and have a basic understanding of maths.
- The operator must be able to MIG and MAG weld with some basic TIG to a standard set by the company.
- The operator will be required to weld parts using jigs or freehand.
- The operator is responsible for booking on and off jobs using the Bridgelogix operating system.
- The operator is required to complete all work in the timeframe specified by the company.
- The operator will be required to set and adjust the welding set accordingly, maintain and solve any minor welding set problems.
- The operator is required to complete all work in accordance with the company’s health and safety policy.
Supporting (Support Function)
- Providing suggestions and input for Health and Safety improvements via the VMS Boards
- Providing suggestions and improvements for Quality of Products or Services via the VMS Boards
Personal Traits & Skills
- High Performance attitude & drive; not wanting to be average in terms of personal development and achieving business results. Entrepreneurial attitude
- Excellent leadership and management skills; equipped with strong and effective communication, interpersonal & listening skills
- Positive, constructive attitude radiating energy and drive to accomplish goals & targets
- Energy & focus to achieve – group – results in a professional manner
- Self-starter; Able to work independently, preferably without supervision, but as part of the team
- Creative & inquisitive; out of the box thinker
- Consulting & service attitude; a humble, but resolute behaviour
- Intrinsically motivated; eager to learn
- Analytical; you can think strategically, and you can handle complexity
- Assertive; not afraid to ask questions and to make mistakes
- Capable of working with deadlines while ensuring high quality of results delivered
- Representative, networker, eye for detail, able to make things happen.
Background & Experience
Experience within the given area of work
Specific remarks concerning the job of the MIG Welder are:
The MIG Welder reports to the Welding and Fabrication Manager
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
What We Offer
- A fixed term, fulltime position
- 37.5 weekly working hours
- Monday – Wednesday 07:00 to 17:00
- Thursday 07:00 to 16:30
- EAP System
- 25 days holiday + bank holidays
- Long Service Award Scheme
- Salary Sacrifice pension scheme
- Life assurance, subject to participating in the Company pension scheme.