pipe welder fitter structural welder fitter resume example with 6 years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Accomplished Welder with 8 years experience in MIG/flux and stick welding with fabrication experience as well. Prioritizes simultaneous projects and met tight production deadlines. Excellent design skills with accuracy and precision in measuring and constructing welding projects. Have worked on coded pressure vessels, government classified projects that have included structural, and pipe welding to pass X-ray and UT tests. Am able to work well with others, work in extreme weather conditions and have been apart of a safety team to improve personal responsibility, correct improper procedures, identifying safety hazards, and proper use of PPE. Willing to work overtime as needed including weekends to complete assignments. I am punctual, reliable and very respectful to all fellow personal. Joining your team i feel i can improve work production and work quality at SWRI.

  • Proper use of PPE
  • Reading Blue prints
  • Read isometric pipe drawings
  • Laying out measurements on projects
  • Squaring large and small structures
  • Understanding hazards in work area
  • keeping a clean work area
  • Welding/Fitting both pipe and structural
  • working on coded pressure vessels
  • GMAW
  • SMAW
  • FCAW
  • Oxy-Acetylene torch
  • Plasma Cutter
  • Mag drill
  • Operate fork lift
  • Operate man lift
  • Operate scissor lift
  • Gantry crane experience
  • Track torch
  • Shear
  • Drill press
  • weld stainless steel
  • weld carbon metals
  • weld inconel
  • Band saw
  • Grinding
  • using cut off wheels
  • Training new employees
  • Banding material
  • Precision Measuring Instruments
  • Material Tagging
  • Portable Grinders
  • Flat Welding Position
  • Overhead Welding Position
  • Mathematical Calculations
  • Hand Tools Use
  • Attention to Detail
  • Decision Making
  • Power Tools Operation
  • Time Management
  • Scaffolding Set Up
  • Parts Cleaning and Degreasing
  • Fire Suppression Methods
Work History
Pipe Welder/Fitter-Structural Welder/Fitter , 12/2019 - Current
TechForce Employment Agency City, STATE,
  • Welded in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions.
  • Set up and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Conducted special welds with extremely low tolerances for industrial operations.
  • Assembled structural forms such as boiler parts and pressure vessels.
  • Managed repair and maintenance schedule to organize shop and maintain equipment.
  • Salvaged and rebuilt parts to achieve cost savings and reduce waste.
  • Prepared welding equipment to perform advanced welding work.
  • Maintained correct arc length and movement speed to form specified fusion depth and bead.
  • Observed hydrostatic and dimension tolerance tests to evaluate weld quality and conformance to specifications.
  • Chipped off excess weld, slag and spatter using hand tools.
  • Minimized warping using good fitting, burning and welding techniques.
  • Removed and repaired unacceptable welds with air arc and grinder to meet quality guidelines.
  • Operated hoists, cranes and power tools to dismantle equipment to find and remove defective parts.
  • Fabricated shop parts directly from blueprints.
  • Used MIG gun arc to melt and deposit metal from electrode to workpieces.
  • Inspected welds and checked critical measurements to meet specifications.
  • Clamped, held, tack-welded, heat-bent and bolted component parts to achieve required configurations and positions.
  • Worked on code vessels in section VIII Div. !,2, and 3.
  • Also welded with GMAW, SMAW, And FCAW.
Structural Fitter/Pipe Fitter, 04/2019 - 08/2019
NTACT Operations City, STATE,
  • Oil field compressor station.
  • Traveled out of state to perform job.
  • Followed safe work practices, which included fall protection and personal protective equipment.
  • Work in extreme weather conditions (hot,cold).
  • Able to read pipe isometric drawings and structural blueprints
  • Cut pipe using beveling machine, oxy-fuel acetylene torch and matabo cutting wheel when needed.
  • Fabricated pipe spools for butt weld, socket weld and threaded systems utilizing proper fit up techniques such as root openings on butt weld fittings and set back on socket weld fittings.
  • Rig up large long pipe spools and and structural parts into pipe rack using proper hand signals to crane operators.
  • Use manlifts, scissor lifts and forklifts to install material where needed.
  • Interpreted pipe schematics, isometrics and installation drawings to implement understanding of symbols, reference lines and work points into actual installation projects.
  • Laid out, positioned, aligned and secured parts for welding and bolt-up.
  • Measured, marked, cut, bored, fitted and installed various piping or structural components in accordance with blueprints and job specifications using hand and power tools.
Structural Welder/Fitter-Iron Worker, 01/2015 - 02/2017
Chart (Energy) Industries City, STATE,
  • Build cold boxed that converted natural gas into liquid natural gas(L.N.G.).
  • worked in extreme weather conditions (hot,cold)
  • Prioritized safety across job site with specific attention to load suspension, welding and cutting.
  • Used appropriate safety measures and encouraged other team members to do same in effort to avoid job site injuries.
  • Use torch to cut material as well as hand tools.
  • Hoisted metal components into place, safely operating cranes during process.
  • Reviewed work plans and blueprints to ascertain all requirements for project.
  • Unloaded and positioned prefabricated steel and heavy equipment using hoisting equipment, such as cables, pulleys or hooks.
  • Coordinated with crane or signaled equipment operators to lift and position structural steel members and hoist beams, girders and columns to correct positions.
  • Followed blueprints and instructions from supervisors to erect columns, beams and girders.
  • Welded, cut and bent steel as necessary with torches, metal shears and welding equipment.
  • Build pressure vessels to clients specifications, all nozzles on vessels to correct projection, and elevation by using plumb bobs, lasers, and levels.
  • Bolt up flanges and torque bolts as needed.
  • build and weld pipe supports for pipe in cold boxes.
  • insulate pipe
  • Use friction cranes and cherry pickers to install all material into cold box.
  • Work the night shift when needed.
Iron Worker/Structural Fitter, 03/2013 - 12/2015
Dynamic Industries Inc City, STATE,
  • Build large pipe racks for oil felid industry.
  • Set up blocks to the same height by using transit to build pipe rack.
  • Identify material and move safely with fork lift to job site.
  • Read blueprints and hang material (beams, columns, and pipe).
  • Learn proper rigging and use of hand signals with crane operators.
  • Fly material by using friction cranes and cherry pickers.
  • Worked with all types of weather and ground conditions.
  • Prioritized safety across job site with specific attention to pinch points, loads suspensions, and PPE.
  • When job is complete load racks onto barge and safely secure structure to barge.
GED: , Expected in
Challenge - San Antonio, TX,
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