Welder (2nd Shift)
At PCC Tilton, we believe that safe air travel is essential as it ensures our family and friends return home safely each and every day. We support this mission by manufacturing highly complex investment castings utilizing proprietary technology for use throughout the aerospace industry. Our highly skilled team members make vision a reality.
Team Tilton is proud to be PCC Structurals’ only aluminum casting facility. The products that we manufacture support over 70 platforms within commercial and military aerospace. Simply put, the PCC Tilton team has a critical part in how the world gets back to normal.
Our commitment to our employees and customers helps to ensure that missions within commercial and military aerospace are accomplished safely and successfully every day. If you are looking for an opportunity to support aerospace missions, a career at PCC Tilton may be right for you!
As part of the finishing operation in the casting manufacturing process, Welders have a critical role and are responsible for the repair and salvage on a variety of castings. Their work helps to ensure that the highly complex aluminum parts that are provided to our customers are within required specifications.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
• Perform work in a safe manner by following all safety rules and providing recommendations to help make PCC a safe work environment.
• Achieve team production and efficiency goals by working to meet all operational and quality standards to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction.
• Perform Tig welding to repair and salvage a wide variety of simple to moderately difficult castings with varied defects, except D357 alloys.
• Ability to pass weld test plates certification test to be certified to work on aerospace castings.
• Knowledge and ability to work with the majority of alloys produced by the plant and meet x-ray and zyglo standards.
• Ability to determine the type and size of welding rod, tungsten electrodes and other variables.
• Perform necessary routing and cleaning of defective areas prior to welding. Grinds and blends after welding to meet blueprint specifications.
• Exercise care in welding to obtain proper penetration to avoid burning, inclusions, or other welding defects.
Experience and Education:
• A high school diploma or equivalent is preferred but may be substituted by manufacturing experience.
• One to three years of manufacturing experience preferred, previous experience in the casting industry is a plus.
• Ability to bring your best self every day to safely meet or exceed production and quality standards.
• Ability to thrive in an environment where business and team needs may change to help meet business and customer demands.
• Understanding of basic math calculations.
• Ability to use precision measuring instruments, test equipment or other devices where interpretation is required.
• Ability to perform duties in manufacturing environment which may include exposure to noise, dust, chemicals, and varying temperatures. Ability to lift up to 35 pounds with or without reasonable accommodations.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.