Welder Resume Samples

Updated March 21, 2018

Overview

A resume for welder position is a one to two-page document, which contains information about your relevant experiences and other skills in welding and fabrication.

In fact, a welder resume is a skill-selling tool that helps job seekers land an interview.

As employers spend only 5-15 seconds looking over a resume to determine the candidacy of an applicant, therefore it should be compelling and attractive.

If you want to write a well-written and results-producing resume for welder’s position, look at the following examples. These samples will provide you with an idea how to write an effective resume for Welder position.

See also: Welder Cover Letter Sample

 

Welder Resume Example 1

 

 

William Kirk
147 Amity Avenue, Nampa, ID 81937
(999) 999-9999
[Email]


Welder / Fabricator

SUMMARY
Methodical welding professional with 8+ years’ extensive experience in planning, laying-out, welding and repairing steel products. Deep insight into applicable welding codes, specifications, and standards. Expert in operating manual and semi-automatic equipment to perform welding and fabricating work. Familiar with custom fabrication, vessel welding, pipeline welding and equipment repair.

• Adept at handling brazing and soldering machine operations
• Working knowledge of technical orders, blueprints, and specifications

CORE COMPETENCIES

• Assemblies • Fabrication • Diagrams interpretation
• Hydrostatics • Template development • Metallurgy
• Geometry • Metal shaping • Brazing
• Dismantling • Cutting & Soldering • Math calculations

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Welder
ROBINS & MORTON, Nampa, ID                                                     2012 – Present

• Consult job orders to comprehend assigned welding work
• Layout and position parts and assemblies following specifications
• Weld components and assemblies using welding equipment and tools
• Cut pieces in accordance to work orders using powered saws and chipping knives
• Create heat to bond metals by using electrical currents
• Repair workpieces by dismantling, reshaping, straightening and reassembling parts
• Melt lead bars and wires and add lead to joints to mold them into reusable forms
• Use hammers to correct bulges in metal workpieces
• Handle metal reshaping, straightening and bending machines
• Operate brazing and soldering equipment to assist in performing welding work
• Repair improperly welded pieces and fabricate new parts

Key Achievements
• Removed 105 rough spots from a 10×10 workpiece within the given deadline of 2 hours
• Developed 158 templates for common welding projects, making regular welding work time-efficient
• Conducted 18 workshops aimed at training apprentices in the use of thermal cutting equipment

Apprentice Welder
RRSI, Nampa, ID                                         2010 – 2012

• Paid out and positioned parts to be welded according to specifications
• Welded components and assemblies using electric, gas and arc welding equipment
• Melted lead bars, wires and scrap for fabrication purposes
• Assisted in installing and repairing equipment such as lead pipes, valves and tank linings
• Determined needed equipment, tools and welding methods for each welding project

EDUCATION
CITY COMMUNITY SCHOOL, Nampa, ID – 2009
High School Diploma

 

Welder Resume Example 2

 

 

JOSEPH GRANT

1299 Division Street  Wausaukee, WI 83735 ♦ (090) 999-9999 ♦ Email


WELDER / FABRICATOR
Bringing excellent skills in arc and plasma cutting and spot welding to provide the company with the best services in manufacturing projects.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Over 11 years’ dedicated experience in welding and fabrication
• Highly skilled in reading blueprints, sketches, and specifications
• Demonstrated ability to calculate exact dimensions to be welded
• Hands-on experience in the effective use of power and hand tools
• In-depth knowledge of MIG and TIG processes

WELDING SKILLS

• Cutting Processes • Flux-Core Arc • Oxy-Fuel Gas Cutting
• Shielded Metal Arc • Gas Metal Arc • Gas Tungsten Arc

SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS
• Wrote a manual on mathematical and geographical calculations needed for managing welding work efficiently thereby assisting new hires in their work.
• Trained five groups of new hires in blueprint reading and tool usage.

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE

CORE TECHNOLOGIES – Wausaukee, WI
Welder | 2008 – Present
• Weld metal and other components to fabricate or repair products
• Perform thermal cutting and grinding activities
• Repair broken or cracked parts as required
• Position and clamp components for welding purposes
• Maintain needed supplies and tools as needed

CAMERON INC – Berwick, LA
Welder Helper | 2006 – 2008
• Assisted lead welders in welding, brazing, and thermal and arc cutting activities
• Moved tools and supplies
• Cleaned workplace
• Connected hoses from hand torch to oxygen and fuel gas cylinders

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION
AA TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Wausaukee, WI – 2006
Certification in Welding

St. Louis City School, Wausaukee, WI – 2005
Diploma

ADDITIONAL CAPABILITIES
• Proven ability to use hand and power tools
• Able comply with standards and procedures of welding
• Proficient in following safe welding practices
• Excellent communication and organizational skills

About the Author

Sam Mogul, MBA (ITM & HR), is a passionate career expert with 15 years of experience in writing and reviewing resumes, cover letters, and career-related content. He founded CoverLettersAndResume in 2011 intending to help job seekers in their job search journey. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to Contact Us. Or visit our About Us page.





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