At Ecolab, you can help take on some of the world’s most meaningful challenges, delivering critical insights and innovative solutions to help our customers achieve clean water, safe food, abundant energy and healthy environments. With our worldwide reach and ambitious growth plans, you will have the opportunity to own your future and impact what matters. Are you ready to make an impact?
Ecolab is searching for a dedicated and experienced Welder to fill an immediate need in our Roscoe, IL facility!
What’s in it For You:
- The opportunity to take on some of the world’s most meaningful challenges, helping customers achieve clean water, safe food, abundant energy and healthy environments
- The ability to make an impact and shape your career with a company that is passionate about growth
- The support of an organization that believes it is vital to include and engage diverse people, perspectives and ideas to achieve our best
What You Will Do:
- Operations to be performed: fabricate, weld, and assemble components using one or a combination of welding processes in accordance with codes and specifications, engineering drawings, verbal and/or written instructions, and/or manufacturing process sheets. Weld a variety of material including, but not limited to, stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, and soldering of copper fittings. Welding to be done in either manually or with orbital welding equipment.
- Demonstrate and follow safe work habits daily including proper use of protective equipment, appropriate use of parts handling equipment and methods, correct disposal of waste and notification of hazardous conditions to Safety Committee or Supervisor.
- Cut, notch, cope, and fit up flat, round, and square materials to meet design specifications, using saws, grinders, notching equipment, and facing equipment.
- Set-up operations will include mounting parts in appropriate fixtures, positioners, tables, bolting, clamping and tack welding parts to secure in position for welding.
- Ability to setup and run TIG, MIG, and Orbital welding equipment to produce specified weld.
- Manually guides electrode or gun along weld line, maintaining length of arc and speed of movement to form specified depth of fusion and bead. This is judged by color of metal, sound of weld and size of molten puddle.
- Weld in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions and examine welds for bead size and other specifications. Manually applies filler rod to supply weld metal, where required.
- Other operations will include self-inspection and cleaning. Perform in-process and end self-inspection to assure conformance to drawings and other applicable requirements. Cleans or degreases weld joint or work piece, as required, using wire brush, sander, grinder, or specified chemicals. Chips off excess weld, slag, spatter using hammers, wire brushes, sanders, and grinders.
- Perform any assigned preventive maintenance on all equipment used. Assist maintenance in identification of machine problems and correction as requested.
- Identify problems affecting the successful completion of your assignment, notify appropriate personnel and participate in problem solving as required.
- Good Housekeeping by keeping machine(s) clean, immediate area swept. Store tooling in cabinets or return to Tool Crib when not in use. Keep workbench and cabinets clean and organized.
- Fully and accurately complete all required departmental documentation and time reporting.
- Support Production by performing other tasks as assigned within the manufacturing area. These tasks may include but are not limited to, grinding, or performing any activity for which you are qualified.
- Manufacturing Facility located in Roscoe, IL
- Work-week and shift: Monday – Thursday, 6:00 AM – 4:00 PM (occasional overtime offered)
- Compensation package offered: Dependant on Experience
- No Immigration Sponsorship available for this opportunity
- High school diploma or GED
- 5+ years’ experience welding stainless steel using the SMAW, GTAW, and GMAW processes
- 5+ years reading and interpreting blueprints
- 3+ years ASME Code or equivalent welders’ certification
- Must demonstrate the Ecolab 5E’s (Envision – sees and shares a path to the future; Empower – enables others to do their best work; Energize – inspires and helps build a strong team; Execute – consistently and safely delivers results; Embody – is a steward of our culture and values).
- Welder Certification
- Experience with programmable orbital welding equipment
- Good communication and written skills
- Mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity
- Electrical / mechanical / plumbing experience
- Experience soldering
- Ability to read and speak English
- Ability to distinguish between various metals
- Ability to perform shop mathematical calculations
Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
At Ecolab, we believe the best teams are diverse and inclusive, and we are on a journey to create a workplace where every associate can grow and achieve their best. We are committed to fair and equal treatment of associates and applicants. We recruit, hire, promote, transfer and provide opportunities for advancement on the basis of individual qualifications and job performance. In all matters affecting employment, compensation, benefits, working conditions, and opportunities for advancement, we will not discriminate against any associate or applicant for employment because of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, citizenship status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expressions, genetic information, marital status, age, disability, or status as a covered veteran.
In addition, we are committed to furthering the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) through Affirmative Action (AA). Our goal is to fully utilize minority, female, disabled and covered veteran individuals at all levels of the workforce. Ecolab is a place where you can grow your career, own your future and impact what matters.
We will consider for employment all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles’ Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance and the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.