6 months ago
Tooling Welders perform certified/qualified welding* and thermal cutting to fabricate, repair, rework, and modify jigs, fixtures, dies, tools, handling equipment, and other similar products. This includes requirements for multiple types of welding processes for all-position welding on structural tubing, plate, and shapes.
Job duties include: Performing FCAW, GMAW, GTAW, and SAW per the applicable Boeing Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS). Make adjustments during the process of the weld to compensate for variations in thickness, mismatch, gap, equipment anomalies, assembly fit-up, etc. Perform brazing, oxy-fuel cutting, plasma arc cutting, carbon arc gouging, flame straightening, and flame bending.
When a WPS is not required, select electrodes, gas cups, filler metal, weld current, arc voltage travel speed, gas flow, wire size and feed rate per the weld schedule or other furnished information. Work in conformance with drawings, specifications, written or verbal instructions, trade practices, and applicable codes. In preparation for or after welding, operate saws, disk grinders, drill presses, and other associated shop equipment to accomplish assigned work. Plan sequence of welding and material fit-up operations to allow maximum accessibility to the area welded last on a complete assembly. Move, lift and/or turn materials or weld structures as required, utilizing shop lifting equipment such as overhead cranes, electric stackers, etc.. Maintain cleanliness of welding equipment and general weld area. Ensure tools and parts meet engineering requirements, specifications and tolerances for dimension, shape, contour, location and coordination.
Report discrepancies in design or fabrication and initiate corrections as required. Coordinate, communicate and work with customers, suppliers and associates regarding job tasks including: shift-to-shift written/verbal tie-ins, documenting and maintaining adequate records. Request repairs when and as required to maintain welding equipment in optimum operating condition.. Assist in the identification and documentation of best practices, process standardization and improvement activities associated with structural welding.
Upon employment, employees must satisfactorily complete and maintain required all-position pipe performance qualification tests, as required by the applicable local, state, & federal regulations, industry codes, and Boeing policies.
The following required qualification tests must be performed while adhering to provided Weld Process Specification essential variables during testing; WABO 27-13 & AWS D1.1: GTAW/DC (small pipe) Weld one 2" diameter schedule 80 mild steel pipe in the 6G position using the GTAW/DC process. WABO 27-13 & AWS D1.1: GTAW/DC & FCAW (large pipe TK&Y connection) Weld one 6" diameter schedule 120 mild steel pipe in the 6G position using the GTAW/DC process on the root and second pass, fill and cover using the FCAW process AWS D1.2: GTAW/DC & GTAW/AC (small pipe) Weld one 2" diameter schedule 80 aluminum pipe in the 6G position using the GTAW/DC process on the root pass, use the GTAW/AC process to fill and cover. AWS D1.2: GTAW/DC, GTAW/AC & GMAW (large pipe) Weld one 6" diameter schedule 120 6061 aluminum pipe in the 6G position using the GTAW/DC process to weld the root and second pass, weld one fill layer with the GTAW/AC process, fill and cover using the GMAW process. Visual Acuity:
The minimum standards for annual visual examination, with or without corrective lenses are a minimum near visual acuity at 14 inches shall be J-2, 20/25 or better.
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Follow provided Weld Process Specification essential variables during testing. WABO 27-13 & AWS D1.1: GTAW/DC (small pipe); WABO 27-13 & AWS D1.1: GTAW/DC & FCAW (large pipe TK&Y connection); AWS D1.2: GTAW/DC & GTAW/AC (small pipe); AWS D1.2: GTAW/DC, GTAW/AC & GMAW (large pipe).
Must satisfactorily complete and maintain minimum of (4) all-position pipe performance qualification tests as required by Boeing policies. Prior to hire, an applicant must pass 2 of the 4 tests. The tests are: Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) 6? sch. 120 pipe, E6010 root, 7018 fill, without backing; Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) 2? sch. 80 pipe, ER70S-2 filler rod, without backing or gas purge.
Visual acuity test is required prior to hire to ensure that near visual acuity at a minimum of 12 inches meets J-2, 20/25 or better in at least one eye, minimum distant visual acuity shall be 20/30 or better in at least one eye, and shall have normal color perception to distinguish colors. Successful candidate will primarily work welding aircraft tubes, ducts, and related hardware to stringent quality specifications.
Typically must satisfactorily complete and maintain a minimum of four all-position pipe performance qualification tests as required by Boeing policies. Prior to hiring, an applicant must pass 2 of the 4 tests. These tests are: Shielded Metal Arc Welding 6 sch. 120 pipe, E6010 root, 7018 fill, without backing; Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 2 sch. 80 pipe, ER70S-2 filler rod, without backing or gas purge.
(5) Years minimum related experience. High school graduate or GED preferred. Preferred related trade school or apprenticeship program completion
"This position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. "US Person" includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee."
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