welding jobs in wisconsin

    Welding Jobs in Wisconsin

    Many people love Wisconsin for the outdoor recreation opportunities on the Great Lakes. The cost of living is also lower than many other states, which attracts new residents. Some of the cities, such as Madison, routinely appear on lists of the best places to live in the United States. Manufacturing is one of the largest industries in Wisconsin and the state has worked to become more attractive to businesses over the past few years. As one of the top states for welding jobs already, this increased commitment to bringing new businesses to the state may lead to even more economic growth across all industries including welding.

    10 Most Recently Posted Welding Jobs in Wisconsin

    1. Machinist/Welder
      Bayfield County, WI (30+ days ago) ,WI

      Ability to work under mildly unsafe and uncomfortable conditions where exposure to environmental factors such as temperature variations, odors, toxic agents,…

    2. WELDER
      Pierce Manufacturing (22 days ago) Appleton,WI

      Information collected regarding categories as provided by law will in no way affect the decision regarding an employment application….

    3. Shop Fabricators, Welders & Finishers
      Custom Fabricating & Repair, Inc. (15 days ago) Marshfield,WI

      401K (w/ Company Match). CFR – Custom Fabricating & Repair, is a market leading Sanitary System Integrator for the Dairy and Food Industries and we are looking…

    4. Welders and Fitters – Stainless Pipe
      Alta Refrigeration (30+ days ago) Pipe,WI

      Welders will need to pass a 6G stainless certification. ALTA Refrigeration has an immediate need for welders and fitters….

    5. Welder
      Mayville Engineering Company (5 days ago) Neillsville,WI

      *Overview* Responsible for preparing metal for weld operations per customer specifications, drawings, and instructions from engineering. Primary duty is…

    6. Welder – Full Time
      Ace Equipment Company (30+ days ago) Antigo,WI

      *Job Requirements* Successful applicants must be a team player with effective verbal communication skills and the ability to plan ahead and work under daily…

    7. Set-up Welder/Fabricator
      Sulzer Machine & Manufacturing, INC. (30+ days ago) Mosinee,WI

      Will perform set-up welder/fabricator duties to include: Examine weld during the welding process; observe problems with the weld and adjust the speed, voltage…

    8. Welder
      Arrowhead Systems (30+ days ago) Randolph,WI

      This position is responsible for performing setup on all welding components that range from similar to dissimilar metals and alloys requiring a high degree of…

    9. 1st Shift MIG Welder
      Global Power Components (30+ days ago) Milwaukee,WI

      What’s great about this job/Global Power Components:. Global Power Components is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities for all job applicants and…

    10. Entry Level Welder
      Maysteel Industries LLC (16 days ago) Allenton,WI

      Weld Operator must obtain Welder Certification within one year of job classification. We are looking for a few motivated individuals to be trained on weld…

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    Wisconsin has a total employment of welders around 14,000 in 2015 which is up from 11,829 in 2009. This shows an increase in welding jobs of 18% since 2009. Welders in Wisconsin also make a median annual salary of $40,640 which is above the national median welding salary of $38,150. Many welders work in the manufacturing industry in fabrication jobs. However, the need for welders is spread across a number of different industries. As Wisconsin attracts more businesses, there will be new job opportunities for skilled welders. The aging population will lead to an additional demand for welding professionals.

    Some of the top employers in the state are Muza Metal Products who has a range of welding positions so their factory can continue to run 24 hours a day. Another company, Marinette Marine builds ships in Wisconsin and needs skilled and hardworking welders to stay on their production schedules. A number of other companies in the state have open welding positions due to a lack of skilled and certified welders. Some cities in Wisconsin have even started opening special welding training schools to try and train new welders to meet this demand. Candidates with training and experience have a number of job opportunities.