Welder MM&G

  • Company: Johnson Controls
  • Location: York, Pennsylvania
  • Posted: October 14, 2017
  • Reference ID: 152260
This is a 2nd shift (3:00pm - 11:30pm) position located in York, PA. Starting rate of pay is $24.01 plus .50 shift differential. Applicant must pass a weld test that consists of pipe to pipe with backing ring 6G position using filler metal E7018 in order to be hired.
The job consists of performing duties required to plan, lay out, fabricate, assemble, fit, braze tubing, thread, weld complex piping, system components and weld coded, and noncoded pressure vessel assemblies and subassemblies, working with ferrous, nonferrous metals, using conventional or automatic submerged arc welding and difficult positions of mig, tig, and manual arc welding of Navy equipment.

  1. Operations include working from isometric, pictorial drawings, process sheets, welding symbols, specifications, codes, flow diagram, models, MM&G instructions.
  2. Work on floor, guarded platform, ladders or at welding table.
  3. Perform floor erection, or fixture assembly of pressure vessels and subassemblies.
  4. Weld in all hand positions.
  5. Finish weld to Navy Code, welding standards.
  6. Lay out from center line or make own lay out as required to locate all internal, external part details, angular, radial, longitudinal relationships.
  7. Lay out, burn out, nut and bolt assembly, fit adjust, tack stud weld, and weld part details, internal and external components, such as heads, lugs, brackets, baffles, piping, valves, fittings, oil coolers, water boxes, covers, make all connections.
  8. Clean, chip dress, rework welds, air arc, gouge out, repair, reweld.
  9. Pressure test, repair leaks.
  10. Remove slag, clean shell interiors.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

High school diploma or general education degree (GED), with three to four years of welding experience. Must pass Navy MIL Standard weld and layout test, have annual eye exam and 40 hours visual inspection training. Need to be able to use scale, steel tape, level, combination square set, fixtures, bender, brazing torch, threaded leak detector templates, hand powered tools, guarded platforms, ladders, appropriate welding and material handling equipment.

Ability to use shop mathematics, work from prints, sketches, instructions. Use of a variety of fractional measuring devices.

Highly diversified work. Duties to construct, modify, repair, and weld plant equipment and facilities. Considerable judgment required to plan, perform unusual and difficult work where only general operation methods are available. Fabricate structural shapes.

Considerable physical effort working continuously with average or frequently with heavy weight materials while handling chain falls, structural shapes, in strained work positions.

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