Position Summary
Use hand-welding, magnetic drill, handheld grinder, flame-cutting, plasma torch to weld or join metal components or to fill holes, indentations, or seams of fabricated metal products.

Essential Functions Statement(s)
•Follow company safety rules in accordance with OSHA regulations such as: Wearing PPE, safety shoes, safety glasses, PAPR welding helmets with filter blower motors, face shield, ear plugs, gloves and other required PPE to prevent burns and eye injuries.
•Plan work from drawings or specifications or use their knowledge of fluxes and base metals to analyze the parts to be joined.
•Select and set up welding equipment, execute the planned welds, and examine welds to ensure that they meet standards or specifications.
•Examine weld during the welding process; observe problems with the weld and adjust the speed, voltage, amperage, or feed of the wire or rod.
•In automated welding, follow specified layouts, work orders, or blueprints; load parts correctly and constantly monitor the machine to ensure that it produces the desired bond.
•Operate and monitor cutting machines similar to those used by welding machine operators.
•Work indoors, sometimes in a confined area designed to contain sparks and glare.
•Lift heavy objects and work in a variety of awkward positions, while bending, stooping, or standing to
perform work overhead.
•Operate cranes, forklifts and electric lifts.
•Perform daily and periodical maintenance on equipment used in department.
•Act professionally as a team player at all times.
•Cross train as directed and be willing to work at any production or shipping position in the plant.
•Excellent Attendance.
•Responsible for keeping weld cell organized and clean with a strong emphasis on 5-S.
•Perform quality inspections to ensure part accuracy per the blueprints.
•Follow the buddy check system and document.
•Must currently be certified or be able to attain the appropriate weld certification within 15 days of employment.
•Provide accurate time allocations by job number on all work completed.
•Perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.

Education: High School Graduate or General Education Degree (GED): Required

Experience: 6 plus months of experience

Other Requirements: Must be able to read and interpret shop plans and specifications. Must be able to use a square and read the tape measure to within 1/16th inch tolerance. Must be able to lift and transport up to 70 pounds on occasion and be able to learn to operate forklifts.



Position Summary
Drafting and Detailing of erection drawings, shop fabrication prints, bill of material listings utilizing construction knowledge.

Essential Functions Statement(s)
•Utilize AutoCAD, Inventor and Excel in the drafting and detailing of new product lines.
•Ability to stay focused on projects until completion.
•Prepare part drawings for manufacturing and assembly drawings and product manuals for field assembly as directed by the product engineer.
•Excellent Attendance
•Perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.

Education: Associates Degree (Two-year college or technical school requires

Experience: No prior experience necessary

Computer Skills: Required: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, AutoCAD (or equivalent), AutoDesk Inventor (or equivalent).  Desired: Adobe InDesign (or equivalent publishing software)

Certification & Licenses: Driver’s License

Other Requirements: Ability to read and interpret building plans, specifications, building codes and industry standards. Basic math skills and use of a calculator. Technical writing skills to create product manuals.


Excellent pay and benefits PLUS
*Onboarding Incentives, Up To $1500 During the First Year
*A Skills-Based Market Wage System for Production Position
*Performance Reviews Four Times During the First Year
*Excellent 401(K) Match


Please forward resume/application to:
Attn: Human Resources
P.O. Box 348
237 S. 4th Street
Albion, NE 68620
Email resume to
Pre-employment Drug and Background Screening Required


Click here to download job application