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Stiffener Fitter

Description

Arcosa Marine is searching for a Stiffener Fitter in our Madisonville, LA barge manufacturing plant.

Arcosa Marine is a leading U.S. manufacturer of barges that transport dry and liquid cargoes on inland waterways. Arcosa Marine manufactures tank barges that carry petroleum and other refined products, chemicals, fertilizer, ethanol, and other liquid cargoes. Arcosa Marine also manufactures dry cargo barges, including flat-deck and hopper barges that transport a variety of products, such as grain, coal, and aggregates.

What youll do:
  • Fit and weld together parts using semi-automatic, automatic, and manual welding processes according to blueprint and layout specifications
  • Set up and troubleshoot auto welding equipment
  • Lay out fitting assignments and welds
  • Perform flat and horizontal fillet & groove welds
  • Perform simple carbon arcing
  • Operate two or more pieces of specialty welding equipment (Stiffener or Series Welder)
  • May operate CNC/PLC controlled equipment
  • Grind or make minor fillet or groove weld repairs
  • Perform other duties as assigned


Qualifications

What youll need:
  • Previous experience with semi-automatic, automatic and manual weld processes; Stiffener or Series Welder
  • Must demonstrate ability to carbon arc gouge
  • Ability to inspect finished welds
  • Ability to read and understand basic weld layout, blueprints and shop orders
  • Must be able to perform welding work while wearing all required personal protective equipment; including a fitted respirator
  • May require working above ground level / on barge
  • Must be able to climb ladders or stairs to reach objects; comfortable with heights
  • May require working in narrow or confined work spaces for extended periods of time
  • May require extensive kneeling, bending, walking and/or standing for long periods of time
  • Must be able to work 1st shift Monday - Thursday 5:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Note: Shift hours will be changing to 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.



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