Career Welder


Arcosa Marineis searching for a Career Welder in our Caruthersville, MO barge plant.

Arcosa Marine is a leading U.S. manufacturer of barges that transport dry and liquid cargoes on inland waterways. Arcosa Marine manufactures tank barges that carry petroleum and other refined products, chemicals, fertilizer, ethanol, and other liquid cargoes. Arcosa Marine also manufactures dry cargo barges, including flat-deck and hopper barges that transport a variety of products, such as grain, coal, and aggregates.

Our welders get to see the products theyve built on waterways across the country. As a Welder at Arcosa Marine, youll apply appropriate welding processes to join, surface, fabricate, and repair parts of metal or other weldable materials according layouts, work orders, blueprints, schematics, and sketches using manual, auto welding, and/or semi-automatic welding equipment.

What Youll Do:

  • Follow Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS)
  • Proficiently perform flat (1F),horizontal (2F),vertical (3F), and overhead (4F) fillet welds
  • Inspect your own welds to make sure all Quality requirements are met
  • Follow all safety rules and practices
  • May be involved in safety committees or initiatives
  • Perform other duties as assigned


What Youll Need:

  • Minimum of 1 year FCAW (flux-core weld) experience
  • Must demonstrate ability to satisfactorily pass vertical fillet andoverhead fillet weld tests using FCAW-G
  • Ability to understand weld size requirements
  • Ability to understand weld quality acceptance criteria
  • Must be able to perform welding work while wearing all required personal protective equipment including, but not limited to, a filtering face piece and/or tight fitting respirator
  • Metatarsal steel toe boots are required at time of hire
  • Must be able to work 1st shift:Monday-Thursday,6:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Formerly Trinity Marine Products

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