Whether you are new to the field of welding or have years of experience under your belt, you can find new employment options throughout Michigan and Ohio. Many local companies are looking for full-time, long-term welders to help them meet their productivity goals, creating opportunities for welders with a range of skill levels.
If you are ready to find a new welding career, here are some available jobs that may interest you.
Swanton, Ohio Welder
A Swanton company is looking for welders with MIG, TIG, and blueprint reading experience. If you have a positive attitude and are a motivated self-starter, this could be the ideal position for you.
The job is on the day shift, 7:00 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Thursday. Typical duties include reading prints for fabrication, welding light gauge material, MIG and TIG welding customer pieces, and more.
Romulus, Michigan Fitter/Welder Lead
A machine shop in Romulus is looking for an experienced fitter/welder lead to join their team. If selected, you’ll be responsible for delegating tasks, monitoring for safety, maintaining quality standards, and ensuring customer delivery date are met.
On average, this position involves 45 to 55 hours of work each week. It is assigned to the day shift, 6:00 am to 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday, with additional Saturday work when required.
Toledo, Ohio Welder
If you are a well-rounded, experienced welder, a North Toledo company is looking for someone like you. The ideal candidate has a minimum of three years of welding experience, including with GMAW/MIG and GMAW/TIG equipment, as well as the ability to read blueprints.
A positive attitude and attention to detail are also must for this exciting position. While it starts on a day shift, 6:00 am to 2:30 pm, Monday through Friday, it could transition to a night shift in the future.
Carleton, Michigan Welder
A manufacturing company in Carleton has an immediate need for a full-time MIG welder. The position is on the day shift, starting at either 5:00 or 6:00 am until 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday, but also comes with opportunities for overtime as required, including some Saturday work.
If you have a flexible schedule and have your own welding helmet, this could be a great role for you.
Petersburg, Michigan Welder
For welders who appreciate some variety in their duties, a position with a Petersburg manufacturing company could be right up your alley. The facility produces a range of products and can involve MIG, TIG, and ARC welding.
The position is on the day shift, running 6:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 6:00 am to 2:30 pm on Friday. Optional Saturday work is also available, giving you the ability to earn additional income.
All of the exciting opportunities are excellent options for taking your welding career in a new direction. If you are ready to find out more about these positions, the professionals at The Advance Group can help you determine which ones may be right for you. Contact us to discuss your welding skills today and see how our services can make finding your ideal role a breeze. Or, click here to check out the newest jobs for yourself.