Welder – Weekend Shift

Website JETechnology Solutions, Inc.

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JETechnology Solutions, Inc. is a firm that specializes in providing Aircraft Ground Support equipment for the aerospace industry. Our employees work in fast-paced, collaborative environments, which promote development and innovation. We employ professionals who are driven by success and dedicated to our achieving our clients’ critical missions. From prototyping new systems to high-quantity production programs, our employees are dedicated to providing our clients with leading-edge solutions. We are actively seeking a Welder to work out of our Headquarters in Apopka, FL for our weekend shift.


6:30 am – 7:00 pm, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Essential duties and responsibilities: Roles and Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Constructing and repairing various metal parts via industry-standard welding techniques.
  • Welding various types of metal on large platforms, and other structures.
  • Installing equipment & pipes such as lead pipes, valves, floors, and foundations.
  • Welding various components on tables/benches in flat, vertical positions. Occasionally welding in-place at installation and in overhead positions.
  • Accurately examining and measuring work pieces for defects etc.
  • Measuring workpieces to ensure correct specifications.
  • Creating jigs and clamping fixtures, as required, to ensure perpendicularity and conformance to the drawings.
  • Preheating pipes and workpieces, using hand torch or heating furnace.
  • Notifying managers of any defective or faulty equipment or material. Notifying managers of opportunities for improvement in designs, parts, materials, or processes.
  • Constantly monitoring the fitting, burning, and welding processes.
  • Removing rough spots or loose metal from workpieces.
  • Perform welding operations per company policies and procedures, per industry standards, and per manufacturing drawings and sketches.
  • Support engineering design efforts as it relates to the manufacturability of parts.
  • Fabricate work pieces IAW engineering designs.


  • 5+ years of welding experience with strong concentration in Aluminum alloy and special alloy
  • Education at high school or trade school level is required.
  • Must have own tools (Wrenches, Sockets, Pliers, Screwdrivers, Calipers, Measuring Tapes, American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Certified welding helmet, etc.).
  • Experience in MIG and/or TIG welding.
  • Experience and proficient at reading manufacturing drawings, parts lists and sketches.
  • Proficient in the use of general hand tools (Drills, Grinders, Calipers, Saws, etc.)
  • Able to work independently and in a fast paced environment.
  • Standing required for minimum 6 hours per day.
  • Able to lift up of 50 lbs.
  • Mandatory Overtime when required.
  • Able to fabricate and assemble work pieces.

To apply for this job please visit jsimetalfabrication.com.