Tig Welder (Aluminum)

Website Chart Industries

Tig Welder (Aluminum) Job Highlights

Title Tig Welder – Aluminum
Type Full Time (2nd shift)
Experience Not Indicated
Function Management/Manufacturing
Location Tulsa, OK, United States
Company Chart Industries

Company Profile

Chart Industries, focuses on the design of cryogenic equipment and manufactures highly engineered equipment servicing multiple applications in Energy and Industrial Gas.

Job Profile

The company is recruiting a TIG Welder (Aluminum) who will be responsible for welding vessels of various types of metals using GTAW.

Educational Qualification

  • Applicants should have a High School Diploma or GED
  • Completion of a Welder Training Program

Work Experience

  • Tig welding: one 6”x4” bead on a plate, with SS filler and aluminum filler.
  • Two (2) 2” SS pipe sch5, sch10 test pieces in the 6G position for workmanship and process knowledge.
  • Additional testing in the 2G, 3G, and 6G for qualifications upon being hired.
  • The first week will be in the testing lab to finish the qualifications.


  • Accurately maintain required records (production traveler, material traceability, and production records).
  • Assist other new welders in learning welding skills
  • Complete and follow all safety procedures and policies
  • Complete the company-provided training to effectively perform required job responsibilities
  • Maintain cleanliness of assigned work area
  • Monitor equipment functionality and report maintenance needs
  • Operation of cranes, forklifts, and aerial lifts
  • Perform complete welding and finishing operations for the repair of units.
  • Welding of vessels through established manufacturing processes with minimum instruction and minimum supervision
  • Other work as assigned


  • Proficient in all positions with GTAW
  • Proficient in knowledge of blueprint reading and welding symbols
  • Proficient in welding best practices
  • Proficient in visual inspection

Work Environment

  • Frequent pushing, pulling, and handling of material
  • Frequent sitting, standing, stooping, bending, twisting, walking, and occasional crawling
  • Lifting or carrying up to 50 lbs.
  • Occasional climbing and working at elevated positions
  • Repetitive hand movements during welding operations



  • Flexible medical, vision, and dental plans
  • 24/7 access to telephone doctors


  • Generous paid time off and holidays
  • Leaves of absence (family medical, bereavement, personal, sabbatical)
  • Remote work options


  • Financial planning services
  • 401(k) and Employee Stock Purchase plans
  • Life insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Spending Account (HSA)

Employer’s Statement

Chart Industries is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply for this job please visit jobs.chartindustries.com.

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