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Company: SEEK Careers/Staffing
Location: Appleton
Posted on: August 2, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description Are you a welder and looking to get into small Job Shop in the valley? Position - Welder Job Location - Appleton, WI Starting Date - Immediate Employment Term - Regular, Temp-to-Hire Employment Type - Full-Time Work Hours - First shift, 6am-4pm M-F Starting Pay - $17-$25 an hour BOE Benefits - Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Referral Bonus Required Education - HSED or equivalent. Need to be certified Required Experience - Welding Fabricating experience required. Must be able to read blueprints As a welder responsibilities would entail: Tig, Mig, Stick, and other welding. Responsibilities Welding with high quality standards Qualification Must be certified Welding Fabrication experience Services this company performs Welding Tig, Mig, Stick, and Gas Portable Welding Services On-site Welding Services and Repairs Complete Fabrication Services Shearing, Forming, Rolling, Punching Plasma, Pipe Bending, etc. Production Specialized / Customized Projects If you are interested in this position please call/text Nichole 920-954-1566 and or e-mail resume to Company Description About SEEK Careers/Staffing You are a person with unique skills, experience and education. When you want to be heard and when you want to be matched with great career opportunities that are right for you, you can count on SEEK Careers/Staffing, Inc. Since 1971, our professional staffing consultants have been Servicing Your Success--. You---ll find that the process is thorough and that your experience is personalized. SEEK is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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