Steel Processing Labourer - #343057
Steel Processing Labourer
Carriere Industrial Supply, Weir ESCO
Purpose of Role: Reporting to the Steel Processing Supervisor, the Labourer is responsible for a variety of tasks associated with fabrication and processing of sheet metal products to all safety, quality, and production standards.
Why choose Weir:
Be part of a global organization dedicated to building a better future: At Weir, the growing world depends on us. It depends on us constantly reinventing, quickly adapting and continually finding better, faster, more sustainable ways to access the resources it needs to thrive. And it depends on each of us doing the best work of our lives. It’s a big challenge – but it is exciting.
An opportunity to grow your own way: Everything moves fast in the dynamic world of Weir. This creates opportunities for us to take on new challenges, explore new areas, learn, progress and excel. Best of all, there is no set path that our people must take. Instead, everyone is given the support and freedom to tailor-make their own career and do the best work of their lives.
Feel empowered to be yourself and belong: Weir is a welcoming, inclusive place, where each individual’s contribution is recognized and all employees are encouraged to innovate, collaborate and be themselves. We continually focus on people and their wellbeing. We believe in fairness and choose to be honest, transparent and authentic in everything we do.
Fabrication and Processing
• Perform cutting, beveling, drilling and forming tasks as per the steel processing cycle
• Holds tape and rods and marks reference points to assist in layout.
• Loads, stacks, and transports stock, tools, dies, and work in process by hand or lift truck.
• Attaches rope or grappling equipment to work pieces to prepare work piece for moving by crane or jib.
• Lifts, positions, and removes work pieces from machines to assist in steel processing, fitting and welding.
• Cleans work area, machines, tools, and equipment.
• Cleans and scrapes metal preparatory to fabricating, welding, painting, steel processing, or shipping.
• Performs other routine duties as directed by supervision
Demonstrate 100% commitment to our zero harm behaviors in support of our drive towards developing a world class safety culture.
Job Knowledge/Education and Qualifications:
High school education; or up to three month related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions. Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.
Basic computer skills required to be able to work with the Workday system
Founded in 1871, Weir is a world leading engineering business with a purpose to make mining operations smarter, more efficient and sustainable. Thanks to Weir’s technology, our customers can produce essential metals and minerals using less energy, water and waste at lower cost. With the increasing need for metals and minerals for climate change solutions, Weir colleagues are playing their part in powering a low carbon future. We are a global family of 11,000 uniquely talented people in over 60 counties, inspiring each other to do the best work of our lives.
For additional information about what it is like to work at Weir, please visit our Career Page and LinkedIn Life Page.
Weir is committed to an inclusive and diverse workplace. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, age, or any other legally protected status.
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