|Title:||Miller Weld Program Candidate|
Do you have what it takes to join a growing family-owned manufacturer and grow your career? Are you accountable, respectful, coachable and honest? You could be a great fit for one of our Weld Program at Miller Fabrication Solutions!
We offer an excellent Total Rewards package, including medical insurance, dental and vision, paid vacation, paid holidays, quarterly incentive opportunities, and much more!
We are currently looking for candidates to get on the waiting list to join our Weld Program. In this role, you will need to be willing to learn, have strong attention to detail, a great attitude and a team player mentality.
Miller Fabrication Solutions Internal Weld Program for new and current employees:
The Miller Welding program provides employees with training in MIG welding using steel, and typically lasts for 4 weeks.
Students start with planning and layout work, then progress to setting up and operating welding and cutting equipment. Emphasis is placed on safety as well as blueprint reading, properties of metal, metal identification, electrical principles, and welding symbols. Training in the planning, layout, forming, joining, and fabrication of various shapes is provided. Students are exposed to the use of specialized tools, including forming and shaping machines, drill presses, and metal cutting saws. Inspection and testing processes, as well as procedures, are also demonstrated and explained. All participants start out in a utility role for 1-3 months to learn basic manufacturing functions before being admitted into the program. Excellent attendance and a good attitude are required in order to attend our weld program.
Participants will work on various projects throughout the time they are enrolled in the Welding program. Projects may be completed for the internal school, other teachers, students, external customers, and others.
Welders will spend part of their time training up in a utility or other role, working alone or as part of a team. Training will occur roughly 20 hours per week for four consecutive weeks. Participants normally work 40+ hours a week, and will work day shift during their training weeks.
Each of the foremen and trainers demand a high level of professionalism from all participants and employees. Once applicable candidates are hired, they are placed on an employee wait list.
Topics of Study include:
Safety in the Workplace
Oxy-Fuel and Plasma-Arc Cutting
GMAW (MIG welding with solid wire)
FCAW (Flux-Core Welding)
Maintenance of Equipment
How to use Blueprints and Welding Symbols