Welder Fabricator Jobs in Washington

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3 Washington Welder Fabricator jobs found on Monster.

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Madden Industrial Craftsmen, Inc Vancouver, WA, 98661
Vancouver Shipyard company is seeking experienced Fabricators. Must have strong Dual Shield and TIG experience. Must have experience reading blueprints, experience with stainless steel ad aluminum and have strong layout experience. Will be required to pass an extensive welding/fab test prior to start. Salary is based on experience. Long-term....
Madden Industrial Craftsmen, Inc Redmond, WA, 98052
1. Cuts and/or joins metal parts in order to fabricate or repair equipment using tools such as plasma cutter, MIG welder, arc welder, oxyacetylene torch, chop saw, grinder, drill press, clamps, and hand and power tools. 2. Designs and fabricates parts and equipment to meet unusual or special needs of the product, using manufacturers' specifications, measuring devices, calculator, drawings and ser...
Seattle Community College District Seattle, WA, 98113
The Welding Instructor is a part time faculty position at South Seattle Community College (SSCC) beginning Fall Quarter 2012. The primary instructional assignment will be to teach a diverse range of welding and fabricating courses at South Seattle Community College. Seattle Community Colleges are committed to recruiting dedicated faculty and staff who together create a welcoming academic climate t...

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Salaries

$24,960.00 - $60,840.00
Typical Salary for Welder in Washington
(346 Respondents)
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Education / Training

High School
27.8%
Some College Coursework Completed
23.4%
Vocational
17.6%
Certification
14.6%
Associates
8.8%
Bachelor's
3.9%
Some High School Coursework
2.4%
(205 Respondents)
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