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Welders - Kaukauna, Wisconsin and Port Arthur, Texas

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RCI Recruitment Solutions
Seeking Seasoned Welders. Apply today!
Team Industries, Inc. is North Americas leader for on-time delivery of high-quality pipe fabrication and fabricated vessels. Team has established fabrication locations in Wisconsin and Texas in order to better serve our customers in the quality critical petrochemical, power, and other industries. Each location is equipped with the latest fabrication equipment and technology applicable to the industry, and includes over 200,000 square feet of indoor fabrication space. At Team Industries, we employ the best craftsmen available in the industry and carefully monitor the quality level of the work produced. From on-time delivery of high-quality fabrication to digital QA records, we have maintained our position as the industry leader in serving the needs of our customers.
Welders
Kaukauna, Wisconsin and Port Arthur, Texas
As one of our valued Welders, you will, as part of our piping and our plate and tank departments, draw upon your experience with pipe welding, x-ray quality fabrication and your proficiency with MIG, TIG, and flux-cored welding processes to weld and fit pipes on a daily basis. To qualify, you will have completed a program of study in welding and have worked as a welder for a minimum of 3 to 5 years. Pipe welding experience is strongly desired. Ability to pass x-ray and weld multiple processes is a must.
Working here with us, youll enjoy a competitive salary and generous employee benefits. Equally important, youll thrive in a professional environment thats 250 employees strong and offers not only stability but also opportunity for advancement. And because we offer a skill-based pay scale, your earnings increase with your expertise!
Get the most from your career by joining an industry icon! Apply today, by sending your resume to for immediate consideration. Please be sure to specify Welders 36287A in the subject line.
Team Industries, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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