Fabricator Welder - Truck Tech

Fabricator Welder – Truck Tech

Fabricator Welder – Truck Tech

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Job Description

Mechanical - Full-time


Truck & Trailer Specialties, Inc. is hiring a fabricator/welder/truck tech for our Dutton truck building operation. We are looking for individuals that have custom fabricating and welding experience in your work, and a work history demonstrating a good work ethic. Your reliability, work ethic, and good attendance are a must.

We place high value on integrity, work ethic, team player attitude, and innovation.

The mechanical experience and the ability to weld is needed and owning a set of hand tools (or willing to purchase) is a plus. The tasks include assembly, welding, fabricating, and metal cutting.

We are a small family-owned company, and we primarily build large municipal trucks: installing and servicing plows, hitches, dump boxes, salt spreaders, wings, scrapers, lift gate, lift axles. This position would be primarily modifying the trucks and installing the equipment.

Great Benefits!
Satisfying Physical Work!

Fully Paid Health Insurance!

Our benefits include:

  • Fully paid, low deductible, platinum health insurance plan for yourself and eligible family
  • Dental, Vision, Life, Disability insurances
  • 3% of your income to your 401(k) account, regardless of employee contribution level
  • Two bonuses per year, up to 5% of your annual earnings each time
  • Paid time off after 90 days, six paid holidays per year
  • Annual tool allowance fund
  • Tool purchase assistance available

Standard hours are M-F 7-5, and two Saturday mornings a month, averaging 50 hours per week.

Annual earnings with OT will be $55,000-$80,000.

You must hold a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a drug screen.

Check out our shop video: https://youtu.be/eFukfA2dKiM




Essential Job Functions:

  • Fabricate, modify, and or install truck bodies and equipment using welders, torches, plasma cutter, shears, punch presses, drill press, and metal cutting saws
  • Weld ferrous and nonferrous metals using MIG or arc (electrode)
  • Utilize manuals and installation instructions in truck build-up processes
  • Daily communication with manager to assess, understand, and adhere to job processes
  • Ten-hour shift

For your safety, keep in mind:

  • Heavy lifting is required – 50 pounds or more would not be unusual
  • Twisting, bending, reaching, stretching are required
  • Long periods of standing
  • Shop noise, dust, moving mechanical parts, vehicles
  • Exposure to hot and cold temperatures