job details:

  • location:Shippensburg, PA

  • salary:$20. 24 per hour

  • date posted:Friday, October 26, 2018

  • experience:Experienced

  • job type:Temporary

  • industry:Manufacturing

  • reference:S_699150

  • questions:jessica. shoap@randstadusa. com717-263-6833

job description


Are you interested in a great opportunity with a local company? Randstad is currently seeking candidates with solid welding/fabricating experience, a great job history, and the ability to learn quickly. The Welder will be working at a large plant that manufactures construction equipment.

Pay Rate: $20. 24


We are seeking a candidate that can weld in various positions. This candidate will primarily be doing MIG welding.

Working hours: 3:00 PM - 10:30 PM


-Ability to utilize and interpret a tape measure

-MIG and TIG Welding experience required

-Ability to read/interpret blueprints

-Vertical, Horizontal, and Overheard Welding Experience

-Great work ethic and willingness to learn new tasks

-Will be required to provide two positive work references

-Ability to pass screening requirements

-Ability to work with minimal supervision






At least 2 years of recent welding experience

Current certification required

Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and a strong sense of balance

Dexterity, strong hand-eye coordination with attention to detail and accuracy

Attention to safety precautions and common sense

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