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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
At the skilled journey-level, the WELDER uses a variety of welding equipment such as acetylene, heliarc, electric and manual arc to cut, braze, and weld metals, and fabricate parts.
This is a single classification and not currently part of a series of classes.
The duties listed below are not inclusive but characteristic of the type and level of work associated with the class. Individual positions may do all or some combination of the duties listed below as well as other related duties.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this classification have regular contact in person or by telephone with other employees to exchange information about work assignments or get additional information on fabrication or modification needs. Employees have occasional contact with suppliers or vendors in person or by telephone to order parts and supplies or to have repairs made to equipment.
Work is assigned verbally or through written work orders and reviewed as needed for quality, quantity and timeliness. Employees work independently following accepted trade practices and guidelines found in technical manuals, State and Federal rules and regulations.
Work occurs in shop buildings where the employee may be exposed to dust, fumes, noise and unpleasant variation in temperature. Work also occurs outdoors and may expose the employee to inclement weather. It requires walking, standing, bending and stooping for extended periods. Work occurs on ladders, scaffolds, bridges, and other above-ground locations. Work requires lifting up to 100 pounds for short periods. Work involves handling potentially hazardous chemicals such as those used to galvanize metals.