Bruno Independent Living Aids, Inc.

Welder (2nd Shift) - $1,000 Employment Bonus

Req No.
Regular Full-Time - RFT
Work Schedule
3:30PM to 2:00AM or 2:30PM to Midnight or 2:30PM to 11:00PM


Perform MIG welding and fabrication duties without the use of fixtures; layout, fit and position weldments sequentially to create a custom stair-lift.  Work from prints, drawings and job layouts.  Use measuring tools to verify alignment and dimensions.  Grind to mechanical requirements with a smooth cosmetic finish.  Work is subject to first and final piece inspections for alignment, dimensions and aesthetic requirements.


  • Required to pass Bruno’s weld test criteria, which includes AWS welding symbols and destructive weld test
  • Knowledge of set up and operation of welding machines
  • Table fabrication duties include: measure and weld the angle degree according to print with sections of material
  • Read measuring tools (tape measure, square, dial calipers, digital protractor)
  • Operate hand/air tools and electric grinders
  • Read and interpret work instructions and AWS welding symbols from blueprints
  • Perform MIG,TIG or fabrication welding assignments to meet daily production while maintaining standards of quality and quantity
  • Angle change duties:  Measure and weld the angle degree according to print with sections of material cut on saw during previous operation
  • Build duties:  Roll form material when required for large radius jobs (standard rolled turns will be provided by designated employees); assemble angle change, straight sections and turn to print using a MIG Welder and other fabrication tools while maintaining dimension and angle tolerances;  form flanges and gear rack and install according to print
  • Confirm angles and dimensions during fabrication and report any deviations to supervisor
  • Identify and obtain accurate welding fixtures as called by work order
  • Count and verify weldment ID Number; enter data into computer software to create paint tag for final operation
  • Communicate shortages, scrap, delays and any deviation of standard work to the supervisor when applicable
  • Complete daily timesheet and paperwork
  • Maintain D1.1 welding certification.  This applies to welders who complete welding operations that require D1.1 certification.


Education and Experience: 

  • High school or general education degree (GED) required. 
  • 1 year welding experience or equivalent advanced education required.

Skills and Abilities: 

  • Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. 
  • Complete standardized written documentation and correspondence.  Professionally communicate in one-on-one and small group situations. 
  • Ability to perform basic electronic tasks using computer software and Microsoft Office.


Working Conditions/Physical Demands:

  • Environment is a modern production facility with heat and air conditioning
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is generally required to stand; use arms, hands and fingers to manipulate welding gun, hold fabrication parts in place, wire, fixtures and products and hold fabrication parts in place  
  • The job requires repetitive use of a MIG welding gun at shoulder level or below
  • The employee is occasionally required to stand on an elevated step or ladder while performing the duties of this job
  • Use of hands and fingers required to manipulate hand grinders and other fabrication tools
  • Ability to stand, walk, squat, kneel, bend, twist and reach while performing the duties of this job
  • Ability to lift up to 30 pounds, regularly
  • Ability to lift 30 to 50 pounds, intermittently
  • Ability to lift 50 to 70 pounds, with assistance, occasionally
  • Ability to physically relocate product throughout the day, regularly
  • The employee is required to reach and climb occasionally


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