Lee Contracting, Inc.

  • 2nd Shift Fabricator

    Job ID
    2019-1654
    # of Openings
    1
    Posted Date
    1 month ago(8/15/2019 9:03 AM)
    Department
    Weld/Fab
    Location : Location
    US-MI-Pontiac
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Job Description

    Afternoon Shift: 4:30 PM to 3:00 AM

     

    Lee Contracting, Inc. is dedicated to client satisfaction. We provide the highest quality design and implementation services available. Lee Contracting, Inc. is at the forefront of innovative changes in process manufacturing, plant optimization, business operations, and overall performance. Our staff is comprised of hardworking, dedicated and ambitious employees and we welcome candidates of the same stature to join and grow with our team!

     

    We are proud to offer our employees: 

    • Health Insurance 
    • 401(k) 
    • Paid Vacation
    • Paid Holidays
    • ESOP – Employee Stock Ownership Plan
    • Competitive Wages (5% shift premium)

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Develop welding projects by analyzing work orders, calculating requirements and determining appropriate welding techniques
    • Fit and weld per blueprint specifications
    • Complete daily fabrication duties in support of department needs
    • Calculate dimensions and tolerances using measuring instruments
    • Maintain a safe, organized, and clean work area

    Job Requirements:

    • Welding and fabrication experience required
    • MIG and ARC experience required
    • Structural experience a plus
    • Ability to read shop/fabrication drawings and blueprints required
    • Capable of working independently from prints and drawings
    • Ability to maintain equipment a plus
    • Machining experience a plus
    • Experience with brake press, shear, and saws a plus

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions, and nothing in this herein restricts managements right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

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