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Job Description Purpose of this Position:Weld steel parts for structural, plate, and misc. steelassemblies per shop drawings and DWS quality requirements. Essential Job Functions:Identify steelshapes, sizes, and mill tolerances.Weld togetherstructural, plate or miscellaneous steel fabrication according to the weldsymbols, weld procedures, dimensions shown on the shop drawings, and AISC coderequirements.Preheat and/orcut work pieces using a hand torch when required. Clean welds of excess weld, splatter or slagusing chipping hammers, wire brushes or grinders.Fabricatesub-pieces of the overall assembly as trained and instructed.Identify shopdrawing errors and discrepancies before or during early stages of fabrication.Operateforklifts, jib cranes, and overhead cranes in order to move materials.Any other dutiesassigned by management.Attend allmeetings as required by management.Consistently andreliably works scheduled hours at assigned locations. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Ability to read,write, and perform higher arithmetic computations involving addition,subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals andfractions.Ability tounderstand and carry out semi-complicated verbal and written instructions.Ability toeffectively communicate with co-workers and managers.Ability to workunder periodic supervision focused on the progress of work and setting prioritiesfor job completion.Skill in usingtape measure or 1A cents € rule.Ability tomaintain American Welding Society certification on 1-inch plate in flatposition using the gas metal arc welding and flux cored arc welding processes.Ability to passthe fillet weld break test using the gas metal arc welding process.Ability to pass aDrake Williams Steel administered basic welding test that covers shop drawinginterpretation, weld symbols, welding processes, weld process symbolinterpretation and application and a visual acuity test.Ability to pass aDrake-Williams Steel administered fitting test that covers shop drawinginterpretation, fractional number calculations, basic geometry, etc.Ability tointerpret, understand, and utilize cutting lists, shop orders, and shopdrawings.Ability tooperate a cutting torch to meet American Welding Society specifications.Ability topossess pride in own workmanship, demonstrate attention to detail, and worksafely.Ability tooperate forklifts, jib hoists, and overhead cranes in a safe and propermanner. Use and understand industry andDrake- Williams Steel adopted hand signals used for crane operations.Ability to makeadjustments to welder to insure proper feed rate and temperature.Ability tomultitask. Physical Demands:Stand CONTINUOUSLY over the courseof the 8 to 12 hour work shift.Walk CONTINUOUSLY over the courseof the 8 to 12 hour work shift. Thedistances walked will range from a distance of a few feet to 60-foot length ofa steel beam.Sit only during the break andlunch periods. Rarely one will be ableto sit while welding.Lift weights up to 20 pounds fromfloor to chest CONTINUOUSLY, which includes the various tools utilized in theprocess of performing the usual work duties.Lift weights up to 35 pounds fromfloor to waist FREQUENTLY, during the 10 to 12 during the work shift.Lift weights up to 85 pounds fromfloor to waist OCCASIONALLY, during the 10 to 12 during the work shift. Jib cranes and overhead cranes are availablefor the employeeA cents € (TM) s assistance with lifting.Carry weights noted abovedistances ranging from a few feet to the 60-feet length of the steel beam.Push and pull drawers open and closed OCCASIONALLYto FREQUENTLY to retrieve tools. Employee will OCCASIONALLY push a beam attached to a jib crane oroverhead crane to properly guide into place. Force varies up to 35 pounds.Climb OCCASIONALLY onto beamsstacked on saw horses to guide into place. Employee will OCCASIONALLY climb a ladder of 6 to 10 feet whileperforming job duties.Stoop or crouch on an OCCASIONAL to FREQUENTbasis while performing the regular job duties. The position will be held continuously for a few seconds to 15 minutes,depending upon the job.Kneel in the commission of jobduties on an OCCASIONAL to FREQUENT basis, depending upon the job. The position will be held continuously for afew minutes to 15 minutes.Crawl RARELY under a beam to reachthe opposite side. The distance crawledis less than 3 feet.Reach forward CONTINUOUSLY to perform jobduties or to retrieve tools. Theemployee will OCCASIONALLY be required to reach to full forward extension.Reach overhead OCCASIONALLY to guide a beamattached to the cranes and to attach the chains from the crane to the beams orto weld while underneath the beam.Balance OCCASIONALLY to climbladders and to walk on steel beams. Employee will not be working at unprotected heights.Gross finger dexterity skills to operate thevarious tools and equipment utilized in the course of standard job duties. A trigger squeeze motion is required tooperate the grinders. Fine fingerdexterity is not required. Non-Material Handling DemandsEmployee isexpected to work 40 hours aweek. However, hours including overtimeand weekends may be required based on Drake-Williams SteelA cents € (TM) s needs.Hearsufficiently to be aware of safety issues.Visual ability to read and interpret cut lists and shop drawings. Safety glasses are required in the shop area.Exposure to heat, cold, wet and humid conditionsin the shop area OCCASIONALLY.Exposure to fumes, odors and dusts in theshop area OCCASIONALLY.Exposure to solvents, greases, oils, and coolantsOCCASIONALLY.Wear allrequired Personal Protective Equipment. PPE includes steel-toe safety shoes, hearing protection, safety glasses,gloves, and hard hats. Tools Required:Square,Tape Measure, Weld Lead, 4 inch grinder, 9 inch grinder, Ball Peen Hammer,Sledge Hammer, Hand Torch, Wire Brushes, Chipping Hammers, Clamps, StampingTaps, and Chains. MachinesUtilized:Welder,Overhead Crane, Jib Crane, Pallets, Saw Horses, and Forklifts. Experience andEducation Required:High School degree or equivalent.Minimum of six months of experience working as a welder fora steel fabricator or manufacturer, or a one-year degree or certificate inwelding technology from a qualified trade school or college.EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled Company DescriptionDrake Williams Steel (DWS) has 125 years of uncompromising service to our internal and external customers. We are a manufacturer focused primarily on customers in the construction industries. Our firm furnishes fabricated structural steel, miscellaneous steel and rebar for all types of building projects. Our 200 people work from locations in Omaha and Denver. We are dedicated to safety, continuous improvement and innovation. We are serious about sustaining the values that have guided us year by year. Visit our website to learn more about us and our work: . 100% Employee Owned!

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