Eugene Oregon Feb 28, 2022

Do you have welding or fabrication experience?

Are you looking to grow in your career?

Then apply now! 

Our client, a leader in the heavy equipment manufacturing industry, is hiring Welders and Fabricators to join their growing team! Founded in 1972, they’re an industry leader specializing in developing processing equipment that turns low-grade organic materials into high-value products. They manufacture industry-leading tree chippers and debarkers, horizontal grinders, and blower trucks and trailers. 

Due to the demand in the industry, we’re looking to hire multiple Welders and Fabricators. As a Welder, we’re looking for someone with high attention to detail, safety-oriented, and a team player who's eager to learn. The ideal candidate will work to consistently improve standards, quality, and efficiency.  

What you’ll receive: 

  • $19-26+/hr depending on direct work experience 
  • Monday - Friday schedule with overtime hours

  • 401(k)

  • Health insurance, dental, and vision

  • Disability insurance

  • Life insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Tuition reimbursement


Responsibilities Include:

  • Welding and fabrication of heavy equipment parts to complete assemblies or sub-assemblies of heavy equipment

  • Inspecting and correcting welds, while maintaining quality standards

  • Setting up, laying out, and handing layouts to fabricate parts and rework finished products

  • Reading and following all blueprints, production procedures, and work orders to meet production standards and quality expectations

  • Coordinating work tasks with engineering and various departments to improve standards 

  • Following all safe work operation procedures and utilizing all PPE as required.

  • Inspecting equipment, assisting with minor repairs, notifying supervisor/lead or maintenance department. 


Job Requirements: 

  • Previous welding experience or relevant education

  • High school diploma, general education degree (GED) or previous work-related experience 

  • The ability to read and interpret blueprints, tape measures, drawings, bills of material, and specifications

  • Basic math skills, fractions, micrometers, percentages, ratios, and able to convert decimals into inches

  • The ability to work with others in a team environment

  • Overhead and Jib crane experience required and forklift experience preferred

Apply now, interviews are taking place! 

All employees are required to successfully complete a pre-employment physical, background check, and drug screening if hired.