Job Posting: Welding Supervisor

Position Information

Position Title: Welding Supervisor

Location: 1067 HWY #1, Mount Uniacke, NS B0N 1Z0

Job Summary

As a Welding Supervisor, you are responsible for the oversight and control of welding processes and operations of our steel stud manufacturing plant, including:

  • Recruit, hire and train welders and robotic welding operators and oversee the process of CWB-qualification if not already qualified.
  • Monitor performance of welding personnel and ensure they are working in accordance to approved welding procedure data sheets on the shop floor or in the field.
  • Ensure company’s GMAW welding procedures covering all joints, processes and positions used in fabrication/erection are current and approved by the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB).
  • Ensure weld quality and workmanship are up to the levels specified by the design or product standard, including weld and product quality inspections.
  • Collaborate with the Plant Manager on plant production matters including; resourcing, productivity, and production schedules.

Who You Are

You are the right person for the job if you have at least 5 years of experience with GMAW/MIG welding and be very familiar with robotic and manual GMAW welding processes. You must be a CWB-Qualified GMAW Welding Supervisor or meet the requirements to become qualified.

Your Experience & Qualifications

  • Must be a CWB-certified Welding Supervisor or meet the requirements to become certified.
  • Must have experience qualifications to achieve CWB Welding Inspector qualification.
  • 5+ years experience performing welding tasks in a steel stud wall panel manufacturing plant, or similar tasks in another type of welding shop.
  • Experience with steel stud manufacturing machinery and equipment (ie. Stitch Weld and Roll Formers, Panel Hoists, Cranes), including operation and preventative maintenance.

Your Skills & Abilities

  • Show care and responsibility for the welding procedures, equipment, and personnel, keeping up with daily production targets.
  • Able to interpret shop drawings used to assemble steel stud wall panels.
  • Must be able to use and read an imperial unit tape measure.
  • You have good attention to detail and take pride in your work.
  • Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds unaided, occasionally up to 100lbs Must have reliable transportation.
  • There is no public transportation nearby.
  • Must be willing and able to successfully achieve WHMIS, First Aid, Forklift, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training certificates.
  • Must have CSA-approved safety footwear



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