is skilled shop and field welding work of the journeyman level in the
fabrication and repair of metal and metal equipment.Work involves the use of acetylene and
electrical equipment in the heating, welding, cutting and brazing of ferrous
and non-ferrous metals in accordance with prints, sketches and oral
instructions indicating the type of material to be used.Little supervision is received concerning
work methods or techniques which are generally left to the discretion of the
employee, but work is subject to inspection as to volume of production and
quality of workmanship.
school diploma or GED certificate and experience as a journeyman welder; or
diploma in Welding from an accredited vocational/technical college.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
conditioned upon applicants acquiring and maintaining an Alabama Driver’s
License and providing a Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) from the Department of
Public Safety as proof of an insurable driving record.Must be willing to work overtime occasionally
on weekdays or weekends and obtain a State of Alabama Department of Transportation
Welder Certificate to work on County bridges.
be physically able to bend, stoop, crawl and stand to weld in awkward
be physically able to lift and carry weight up to 50 lbs. Must
be physically able to work in various weather conditions, heat, cold, and wind
while performing field welding duties.