welding jobs in oklahoma

    Welding Jobs in Oklahoma

    Oklahoma has a diverse geographic landscape so there is something for everyone from mountains to prairies to lakes. The major cities of Oklahoma City and Tulsa also provide a number of entertainment and shopping options to residents.
    Many residents enjoy the low cost of living coupled with the low tax rate, which makes living in the state very affordable. Oklahoma’s economy relies heavily on the production of natural gas and oil as well as agriculture.

    10 Most Recently Posted Welding Jobs in Oklahoma

    1. Welder – Direct Hire Authority
      Department of the Air Force (30+ days ago) Tinker AFB,OK

      Ensure all submitted documents contain your full name, address, phone number, and last four digits of your social security number….

    2. Welder
      Mercer Valve Co., Inc (30+ days ago) Oklahoma City,OK

      To assist in the day-to-day functions and various stages of the welding processes. Operation of various equipment using the Stick and MIG welding processes….

    3. Welder
      PMG (14 days ago) Oklahoma City,OK

      Our dedicated recruiters will provide you with personal, hands-on assistance in matching you with just the right jobs and companies to fit your needs….

      KOCH CHEM TECH (Membrane/John Zink/Koch-Glitsch/KHT/KSPS/OPD/Knight) (14 days ago) Calumet,OK

      Core responsibilities for a Structural Rig Welder include:. Some physical demands of being a Structural Rig Welder include:….

    5. Welder
      UE MANUFACTURING (30+ days ago) Oklahoma City,OK

      Will be required on occasion to work more than 8 hours on one shift. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following….

    6. Welder ll
      CSI Compressco LP (29 days ago) Oklahoma City,OK

      The Welder II will possess all Welder I qualifications and pass welding tests as detailed below. The Welder II must be punctual, reliable, and motivated….

    7. Welder
      Downing Wellhead Equipment (8 days ago) Oklahoma City,OK

      We are seeking a highly skilled semi-automatic welder to join the 2nd Shift of our growing manufacturing organization….

    8. Welder III
      Forum Energy Technologies (30+ days ago) Elmore City,OK

      Job Description: Summary: Under minimal supervision, performs welding applications within one or more work teams. Performs visual and in-process inspections…

    9. Welder (Drilling Services) Various Shifts Oklahoma City, Ok
      General Electric (27 days ago) Oklahoma City,OK

      With operations in over 120 countries, the company’s global scale, local know-how and commitment to service infuse over a century of experience with the spirit…

    10. Welders
      Dexter Axle Company (22 days ago) El Reno,OK

      Dexter is an industry leader with a highly developed distribution network and plants in the states of Indiana, Oklahoma, Georgia, California, Tennessee, Florida…

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    Oklahoma is already one of the largest states for welding jobs and as the number of job opportunities grows, the demand for skilled welders will increase. From 2009 to 2015 the number of welding jobs grew from 8,489 to 10,640, which was a large increase of over 25%. Since then the number of welding jobs has held steady but companies are still working to fill open positions. Employment of welders in the state is projected to continue to grow over the next few years. From 2012 to 2022, the number of welding jobs is expected to increase from 10,500 to 11,700. Welders also make an average annual salary of $39,960 in the state with experienced workers making even more depending on their specialty.

    Many welders in Oklahoma work on pipelines and other systems related to natural gas and oil production. A number of manufacturing and construction companies in the state also require skilled workers in welding positions. Many welders are employed directly by the manufacturing or production companies; however, there is also a number of welding companies that contract to other business.

    Welders in Oklahoma have the opportunity to work in a large variety of industries depending on their interests and skills. There is a continued demand for welders who are trained and certified through an accredited program. While Oklahoma has a number of training programs and schools, many of them cannot train new welders fast enough to meet the demand.