Burn/Plasma Table Operator

Website Arcosa

Burn/Plasma Table Operator Job Highlights

Title Burn/Plasma Table Operator
Type Full Time
Experience 1 Year
Function Management/Manufacturing
Location Fort Worth, TX, United States
Company Arcosa

Company Profile

Arcosa provides infrastructure-related products and solutions with leading brands serving engineered structures, construction, and transportation markets.

Job Profile

The company (Arcosa Meyer Utility Structures) is looking for a Burn/Plasma Table Operator who will set up and operate machines, and may use blueprints, make adjustments for materials used, verify dimensional requirements, and transfer materials to storage areas.

Works with unconventional materials that require specialized skills.

Educational Qualification

  • Not mentioned, yet a High School Diploma will be a plus

Work Experience

  • Minimum of 1 year of experience


  • Operate a 20′, 26’, or 60′ brake press to form materials into predesignated shapes and sizes
  • Operate overhead cranes to move materials safely
  • Set up and operate computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinery that automatically heats, mills, cuts, forms, drills, broaches, or reams metal or processed material parts. Troubleshoot equipment and make basic adjustments
  • Make general decisions as to quality, tolerances, and operation sequence
  • Follow all safety rules and practices
  • May be involved in safety committees or initiatives
  • Other job duties as assigned


  • Ability to proficiently read blueprints and verify dimensional requirements
  • Ability to operate CNC/PLC equipment (Whitney-plasma/punch; Kinetic; Oxy-fuel cutting; Plasma cutting; CNC machining center/drills, break presses, mills)
  • The ability to maintain reliable and predictable attendance
  • A high level of dependability, a great attitude, and an ability to work well with a team towards achieving a common goal

Employer’s Statement

Arcosa is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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