is seeking applicants for a Weld Engineer at
their facility in TUSCALOOSA, Alabama. Martinrea is a diversified
global automotive supplier engaged in the design, development and
manufacturing of metal parts, assemblies and modules, complex fluid
management systems and aluminum products.
$89K - $95K
welding process and quality parameters for MIG (GMAW) and resistance
spot welding operations
in defining and maintaining proper methods and standards for quality
and production coming off welding processes
procedures, processes and testing equipment for destructive and
non-destructive testing on resistance & MIG welding applications
including cut & etch (macro etch), fillet weld break, transverse
tension & guided bend testing with the assistance from the Quality
with Design and Manufacturing Engineering and Prototype Departments to
fine-tune designs, material selection, documentation, fixtures, and
process control to optimize product manufacturability
and develop welding systems and fixtures and participate in FMEA’s
current welding processes for cost reduction and process improvement
and implement robotic/automated welding systems
and recommend new ideas and methods to improve welding processes
written capital and cost reduction proposals, including cost
equipment standards required for the Welding Department
and maintain approved weld training programs
and maintain a Preventative Maintenance Program on all welding and
in Metallurgical Studies that must be performed
MIG (GMAW) & resistance welding consumables & weld equipment
weld lobe studies to optimize welding processes
for welding dimensional process capability for new and existing
and implement fail-safe welding systems to eliminate discrepant
processes and parts
in New Product Development activities to incorporate Design for
special assignments and other duties as determined by the
Manufacturing Engineering Manager
by all Company polices including, but not limited to the following:
Health and Safety, Quality and Environmental Systems, Human Resources
policies, and the Martinrea Employee Handbook
in destructive and non-destructive weld testing
3-5 years’ experience with designing and programming robotic/automated
welding systems a plus
5 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination
of education and experience
of Science in Welding Engineering Technology or an additional 4 years’
Welding Society (AWS) Certification a plus
Dental and Vision Insurance.
shoe and prescription safety glasses reimbursement.
reimbursement and training opportunities.
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