• Welder Fabricator

    Job Locations US-PA-Lititz
    # of Openings
    091501 Custom 1
  • Overview

    TAIT Towers is a world leader in innovative design and manufacturing of quality staging and scenery for the live entertainment industry. From enormous spectacular productions, to complicated touring sets, TAIT offers the brightest minds in set and stage creation, and is a true partner with some of the biggest names in Rock & Roll, Pop, Theatre, Theme Parks, and other major live events. Nothing makes us more proud than delivering innovative, cutting-edge and top-quality staging, automation, and specialized rigging for some of the best artists and audiences of our time. Please visit us at www.TaitTowers.com  for more information.


    The Welder/Fabricator will fabricate, weld and repair Tait Tower’s products under general supervision. The Welder/Fabricator will also perform basic TIG welding using hand controls working with aluminum and steel and is expected to have knowledge of hand and power tools.  It is also expected that this position can read and comprehend blue prints and utilize/read measuring equipment.



    • Adhere to and implement proper welding procedures.
    • Maintain accurate dimensional tolerances set forth on drawings.
    • Produce quality product while focusing on given standards. 
    • Ability to read, understand and follow blueprints and WPS.     
    • Handle heavy materials manually and with overhead cranes in a safe and efficient manner.
    • Assure all welding is performed and documented in compliance with the Tait Towers quality assurance policies.
    • Maintain traceability requirements by completing required documentation.
    • Clean and maintain welding equipment.
    • Adhere to all safety practices and report any unsafe conditions, broken or malfunctioning equipment.
    • Other non-welding duties on occasion as assigned (i.e., finish work, paint prep, etc.)


    • Must be able to stand for extended periods of time
    • Must be able to lift or move up to 50 lbs.
    • Must be able to kneel on floor while working
    • Must be able to bend, stoop and squat
    • Job requires pushing, pulling and overhead reach
    • Must be able to keep pace with work flow
    • Must be able to work in small, sometimes awkward spaces and positions
    • Must be able to work non-traditional work schedule as needed


    • High School Diploma or GED
    • One (1) Year Instructional Training
    • One (1) Year practical welding experience
    • Weld repair experience, preferred.
    • Knowledge of welding symbols
    • Must have two (2) years of experience in either or both:
      • GTAW – Gas Tungsten ARC Weld with aluminum and steel experience
      • SMAW – Shielded Metal Arc Weld


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