Welders Needed!

CLP Resources is currently looking for Structural and Pipe Welders in the Seattle, Tacoma and Bremerton areas. At least five years experience is needed and shipyard experience is preferred but not mandatory. Stick Welders needed preferably with Flux experience as well, Shipfitting experience also a plus!
Job Description
Welds metal components together with brazing and variety of arc and gas welding equipment to fabricate or repair products such as machine parts, plant and shipboard equipment, motors, and generators by performing the following duties.
o Performing ship repair welding on deck plating, bulkheads, and foundations
o Welding work to be performed in main and/or auxiliary spaces, engine rooms, berthing, galleys, tanks, and shop as needed
o Applies basic welding processes to join, surface, fabricate, or repair parts of metal or other weldable materials.
o Applies appropriate welding processes to join, surface, fabricate, or repair parts of metal or other weldable materials.
o Works from blueprints, engineering sketches, charts or work orders.
o Lays out and marks points on parts or subassemblies using rule, square, scribe or templates.
o Positions pieces to be welded into jigs, holding fixtures, guides and steps using measuring instruments and hand tools.
May inspect completed work for conformance to specifications.
o Own welding PPE
o A completed background package may be required on each candidate prior to hire
o Verifiable work history required
o Must pass a drug screen
o Reliable transportation required
o Must be able to work assigned shift
o Overhead weld test required
o 4+ years of on the job experience
Medical/Dental/Vision Group Insurance
Short-term disability
Voluntary Life insurance
401(k) Retirement Savings Plan
Incentive programs
Weekly Pay!
Base Pay$18.00 - $22.00 /Hour
Employment TypeFull-Time
Job TypeOther, Construction, Installation - Maint - Repair
Education High School
Experience At least 5 year(s)
Required Travel None
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