Aerotek is hiring Entry-Level Welders in the North Greeley, CO area for a structural steel company.
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has welded on the side or someone that is either in school or a welding grad.
This is a company that welds and fabricates for large projects which includes stadiums and event centers. For more hiring event details and application instructions please refer to https://www.aerotek.com or contact the recruiting manager, Carolina Gullion, for this employment opportunity directly. Thanks & Good Luck
If you like to weld for a long time and work overtime, then you shouldn't have many problems. Getting along with all of your co-workers might be your only problem really.
Experienced welder with quality control background, inventory, ability to read blueprints, multitask, works well with others and self motivated
I believe that companies should give older works such as myself the some opportunities as they do younger less experienced workers, they can both learn from each other. so with that said I looking for a mig welding job if any body knows of one.
I've went to college for Welding but have been very unsure if that's the type of career I've been wanting to pursue. I like welding. But recently it's been hard to focus on myself and what I actually want to do. I was going to go for a 2 year diploma but haven't been feeling very good about everything, so I quit at the end of the semester. I've been wanting to do different things as well. I'm introverted and usually spend my time in my room. I cant afford to go to therapy so I've been on a whim of applying to different places and seeing what happens. But haven't been sure what jobs are really for me. How do you know what you want to do? Or where to go?
20 years experience smart hard worker. Fast learner and easy to get along with. I just need a chance to prove myself.