Get the benefits of being in a union!!
- Full benefits covered
- Retirement for life
- Time and half is paid for anything over 8 hours per day
- Saturdays are time and a half pay
- Sundays and holidays are double pay
- Schooling of your trade is also covered and free
Must be willing to work overtime plus most Saturdays.
Sheet Metal Fabricator Responsibilities
- Determine project requirements, including scope, assembly sequences, and required methods and materials, according to blueprints, drawings, and written or verbal instructions.
- Lay out, measure, and mark dimensions and reference lines on material, such as roofing panels, according to drawings or templates, using calculators, scribes, dividers, squares, and rulers.
- Select gauges and types of sheet metal or non-metallic material, according to product specifications.
- Operate machines to cut, shape, and form sheet metal including roller, band saw, punch press, hand brake, weighting machine, and accupress.
- Drill and punch holes in metal, for electrical components, screws, bolts, or rivets.
- Fasten seams and joints together with welds, bolts, cement, rivets, solder, caulks, metal drive clips, and bonds to assemble components into products or to repair sheet metal items.
- Trim, file, grind, deburr, buff, and smooth surfaces, seams, and joints of assembled parts, using hand tools and portable power tools.
- Finish parts, using hacksaws, and hand, rotary, or squaring shears.
- Develop and lay out patterns that use materials most efficiently.
- Maintain equipment, making repairs and modifications when necessary.
- Inspect individual parts, assemblies, and installations for conformance to specifications and building codes, using measuring instruments such as calipers, scales, and micrometers.
- Shape metal material over anvils, blocks, or other forms, using hand tools.
- Maintain work machines and tools
- Clean and maintain work area
Sheet Metal Fabricator Qualifications
- 1-3 years experience in a similar role required.
- Must be able to stand for the duration of the day to perform sheet metal working tasks.
- Occasional bending and twisting and a medium pace to access physical aspects of workpiece.
- Constant reaching to perform fabrication tasks, use tools and operate machines.
- Occasionally lift up to 75lbs
Source : System One