Robotic Welding Engineer

Website Challenge Manufacturing

Robotic Welding Engineer Job Highlights

Title Robotic Welding Engineer
Type Full Time
Experience 1-3 Years
Function Engineering/IT
Location Pontiac, MI, United States
Company Challenge Manufacturing

Company Profile

Challenge Manufacturing Company manufactures automotive parts. The company supplies welded assemblies and engineered metal-formed products to the automotive industry. It serves the automotive industry worldwide.

Job Profile

The company is recruiting a Robotic Welding Engineer to join its team.

Educational Qualification

  • Not mentioned, yet may require a High School Diploma

Work Experience

  • 1-3 years of experience in a welding manufacturing environment, automotive experience (preferred)
  • Destructive testing experience (setting up the process and training others) for RSW, DAW, and GMAW
  • Robotic welding experience, ABB and Fanuc (preferred)
  • Welding experience in RSW, GMAW, and DAW on a variety of low-carbon and high-strength steels


  • Conduct research and development investigations to develop and test new fabrication processes and procedures or improve existing techniques and procedures.
  • Responsible for developing welding techniques, procedures, and application of welding utilizing knowledge of production specifications, properties, and characteristics of metals, metal alloys, and general engineering principles.


  • Spot Welding Engineering or equivalent understanding of resistance welding and arc welding principals and standards, as well as mechanical engineering


  • The company offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, Health Savings Account with annual employer contributions, Flexible Spending Accounts, Company-Paid Short-Term Disability and Basic Life, Voluntary Life and LTD, Employer 401k Match, ESOP shares, tuition reimbursement, and paid time off.

Employer’s Statement

Challenge Manufacturing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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