Welder Job Description: Salary, Duties, Skills

A Welder is a professional who deals with the metal welding on construction sites or within manufacturing businesses. Professional welders are those who know how to use hand-welding equipment and join metal components or fill holes, indentations, or seams of fabricated metal products.

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Welder Job Description Sample

Our company is seeking an experienced Mig / Tig welder who can work with our hand-held welding equipment. Great candidates are those who understand the needs of our production process and are able to follow safety protocol. Experienced candidates will be preferred. Must have knowledge of working with steel, stainless steel and aluminum.

Welder Salary

The average Welder in the U.S. can earn an average of $31,300 to $59,900 per year, based on data collected by PayScale in 2019. Welders with at least five to ten years of prior experience may be able to earn on the upper end of that average scale. While entry-level applicants shouldn't expect to earn any more than $31,500 per year.

Welder Job Description For The Resume (Resume Summary)

Previous commercial and production level welding experience. Comfortable using hand-held equipment to join metal components of all types. Has keen attention to detail, able to spot metal holes and fill them quickly.

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