welding jobs in michigan

    Welding Jobs in Michigan

    Many residents enjoy Michigan thanks to the low cost of living and the natural beauty that the state has. With access to the Great Lakes and the Porcupine Mountains, there is a ton to do in every season. Michigan also has a number of employment opportunities for skilled trades workers due to the large automobile and manufacturing industry. Companies in these industry rely heavily on welders to manufacture and construct their products leading to a number of job options.

    10 Most Recently Posted Welding Jobs in Michigan

    1. Mig Welders – 1st and 2nd shift
      Lapeer Industries (10 days ago) Lapeer,MI

      All of Welder I duties plus the following. WELDER II- 3 – 5 YRS EXPERIENCE- Develop and implement weld processes. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:….

    2. Welders
      Crystal Employment Services (26 days ago) Troy,MI

      Candidates should have experience in welding of metals and aluminum using MIG, TIG and Stick Welders. Candidates should own all of their own Personal Protective…

    3. Welder
      Kentucky Trailer (6 days ago) Detroit,MI

      To be done, the people he or she works with, customers, management, and company policies; Good customer service & communication skills (read, write, speak,…

    4. Welder
      Barnes Group Inc. (18 days ago) Lansing,MI

      Ability to operate Pneumatic hand grinders, basic hand tools, overhead crane, welders, (GTAW), pedestal grinders, resistance welder, vise clamps and drills….

    5. Welder and Shipfitter
      Marine Maintenance Services L.L.C. (10 days ago) Detroit,MI

      This job is temporary and is for 10 weeks with most weeks being 70 hours. We are a small company looking for quality individuals who have great attitudes and…

    6. Welder (Day/Afternoon Shift)- Job ID: 12550
      Roush (30+ days ago) Livonia,MI

      Welder (Day/Afternoon Shift) – Job ID 12550*. We want motivated, ambitious people who put the needs of our customers first, bring creativity to their work and…

    7. Welder
      Roush Enterprises (30+ days ago) Livonia,MI

      We want motivated, ambitious people who put the needs of our customers first, bring creativity to their work and will do whatever it takes to achieve success….

    8. Welder (2nd Shift) V262
      Visioneering, Inc. (20 days ago) Auburn Hills,MI

      Welder (2nd Shift). No fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by Visioneering, Inc. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at…

    9. Mig and Tig Welder certified
      Onyx Manufacturing,Inc. (4 days ago) Rochester,MI

      Fit, (Prepare weldments for welding), TIG or MIG to AWS specs. Follow CWI requirements. Steel and Aluminum Job Type: Full-time Required experience: *…

    10. ARC Welder
      Ecolo-Tech, Inc. (13 days ago) Madison Heights,MI

      Must be experienced, with strong work ethic. This is a full-time position with the possibility of overtime….

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    Michigan is one of the six largest states where welders are employed. There are over 14,400 welders employed in the state with about 400 annual job openings for new workers. The median annual salary for a welder in Michigan is $35,610; however, more skilled welders who work with Laser and Electron Beams have a median annual salary of $49,320. Skills, training and experiences all affect the salary of welders in the state.

    Overall, the number of total welding jobs has grown in the past few years and will continue to do so. From 2009 to 2013, the total employment of welders in Michigan increased by 18% which is much faster than the nation average. There is a general deficit of skilled-trades workers such as welders in Michigan as well as an aging population of current welders. These factors have both contributed to the increasing demand for skilled and certified welders.

    While welders are employed across a number of industries, some of the largest welding employers in Michigan are Merrill Fabricators, New Hudson Welding and Vulcanmasters Welding. A number of other companies employ their own welders directly to maintain their equipment and some welders are self-employed and contract their time. The job prospects for young welders who are trained and certified are great!