Race Car Fabricator

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Auckland / New Zealand | Fabricator, Welder
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Auckland / New Zealand
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Racelab, company that specializes in race preparation, chassis parts, and car manufacture is currently seeking an expert TIG Welder to join their team of experienced fabricators.


In this role, the TIG Welder will be responsible for working on special projects to support the Racelab Race car development and production, which includes building fixtures, jigs, first articles, prototypes, racks, roll cages and inspection fixtures, as well as TIG welding steel and aluminium plate, sheet, and tubing components. The TIG Welder will also be responsible for quality control over all work, fixture inspection and replacement, troubleshooting, assisting product development, and repairing or working on special vehicles.


When not working on special projects, the TIG Welder will perform production operations such as TIG and MIG welding, tube bending, machining (manual mill, lathe, drill press), sawing, cutting, grinding, fitting, flame cutting, plasma cutting, clean-up, organization, and documentation.


The ideal candidate for this position must have the ability to follow engineering drawings, designs, and processes, and help revise them if needed for proper documentation of the product. They must be able to fabricate and refine items in a precise manner and identify and report defective processes, product, fixtures, equipment, etc. They must exhibit safe working practices and maintain a clean and organized work area, manage a project, look ahead, adjust and advise accordingly, and be flexible in duties, willing to perform anything outside of the normal job description when needed. They must have a positive attitude, be responsible, thorough, forthcoming, honest, have integrity, teamwork, ownership in position, and continually provide value.


The ideal candidate must have TIG and MIG welding proficiency with all metal types and shapes, including carbon steel, chromoly, aluminium, and stainless steel; tubing, bar, plate, and sheet. They must be adept at using conventional metal shop and fabrication tools, safety equipment, and procedures and have familiarity with reading, interpreting, and following basic drawings, schematics, or blueprints. They must also possess good English written and verbal communication skills.


The role is based in Auckland, New Zealand


A visa may be required to work in New Zealand

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