Illinois Welding Jobs
With one of the largest markets in North American, welding jobs in Illinois aren’t hard to come by. Living in an open state right next the Lake Michigan, having all of the amenities of city life while being a half-hour drive to the corn-filled country side leaves people with no much to complain about. The beautiful state of Illinois has so much history, art, and food that are hard to beat. With a rich culture like that, anyone would want to live there. With the city and countryside being so close there is also a good mix of agricultural and industrial movements that are still growing.
10 Most Recently Posted Welding Jobs in Illinois
- TIG Welder
MAC Medical, Inc. (30+ days ago) ,IL
Potential candidates need the ability to read blue prints, match work orders with components, complete quality inspections, and must have fabrication experience…
Chicago Doorways (9 days ago) Elmhurst,IL
No Phone Calls. We offer excellent benefits with medical insurance, paid time off, and 401(k) with company match. No Agencies or Staffing Firms….
Salco Products Inc (10 days ago) Lemont,IL
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Positions parts in jigs or…
PMG (15 days ago) Chicago,IL
Welder (Manufacturing & Production Contractor). This is an excellent opportunity for you to build your resume working with some of the most innovative, state-of…
- Metal Fabricator/Welder
Taylor Street Fabrication (26 days ago) Chicago,IL
We also provide solutions for creative prop construction and art installation. Custom metal fabrication shop specializing in high-end architectural design…
Mi-Jack Products (30+ days ago) Hazel Crest,IL
Welder will have no more than three attempts to meet the Welder Test Criteria. For each welding process welders are required to pass two full penetration groove…
Kentucky Trailer (30+ days ago) University Park,IL
Good customer service & communication skills (read, write, speak, listen and. Welder-3 Weeks PTO-Medical, Dental, and Vision-401k-Company Paid Life Insurance….
- Maintenance Technician- 1st Shift
RR Donnelley (30+ days ago) Lemont,IL
May repair or reproduce parts using welders or machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, drill presses, surface grinders or other machine shop equipment….
Illinois Marine Towing, Inc. (5 days ago) Lemont,IL
401K Savings Plan with company match. Consider a career opportunity with Illinois Marine Towing, where People Make the Difference!…
Brackenbox, Inc. (7 days ago) Markham,IL
We are seeking an experienced Welder to become an integral part of our fleet shop. Heavy equipment welding experience is a must!…
With the booming industries all over the state of Illinois, opportunities for welding jobs are everywhere. With the average welder making $25.14 an hour, employers are looking for motivated, well-trained, and skilled welders. With over 14,200 jobs in the state, there is no shortage of work. The biggest need for new workers comes from older welders retiring, these experienced hands are looking to pass on their knowledge, and all it takes is for someone with interest.
Service industry jobs can be found all over the country, however; Illinois is the number one manufacturer of agricultural machinery, contruction equipment, as well as simple processing of goods into a more productive form. Welders will always be needed for upkeep and the raw creation of all of these products. With the diversity of countryside, city, and lakefront, there will always be an opportunity to suit any welder. Pipeline welders do well in Illinois, as well as any welder who want to work with a mining company. Coal is the most mined product in Illinois, which helps to keep welders busy as well.
Leading welding supplier and fabricator McNichols Company is based out of central Illinois, providing lots of welding opportunities for those in the countryside as well at the more developed areas. BWX Technologies, Inc. is a supplier of nuclear components and fuel to the US Gov and is based centrally as well. With all of these companies building and growing in the area, there is plenty for a welder to do.