Website Interstate Companies

Machinist/Welder Job Highlights

Title Machinist/Welder
Type Full Time
Experience 3 Years
Function Production/Management
Location Gillette, WY, United States
Company Interstate Companies

Company Profile

Interstate Companies is an industrial distributor, assembler, truck dealer, maintenance, and repair provider. The company is a dynamic organization with five operating units – Interstate Assembly Systems, Interstate Bearing Systems, Interstate Industrial Systems, Interstate Power Systems, and I-State Truck Center.

Job Profile

The company is looking for a Certified Welder and Non-Certified Welder who will fulfill a critical role for our Industrial division that supports mining, oil and gas, power generation, and processing customers.

Educational Qualification

Work Experience

Note: Must have your own set of general tools


  • Experience reading blueprints, with 2 years experience
  • Experience with stick and wire feed (dual shield) preferred as well as experience with hard wire and hard facing
  • Fabrication according to prints
  • Keep paperwork updated and handed in upon completion
  • Needs to be efficient with field boring and operation of Lathe
  • Plant maintenance, crusher rebuilds, conveyor repairs, and various welding repairs/projects
  • Positive interface with service writers, foreman, parts department, and customers
  • Welding repairs to large mining equipment including shovels, draglines, haul trucks


  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be physically able to lift at least 50 pounds and work with no restrictions
  • Positive attitude
  • The ability to set goals and accomplish them

Employer’s Statement

Interstate Companies is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company encourages all qualified and interested persons to apply for this position by submitting a resume for consideration.

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