Vance & Hines, a leader in the motorcycle aftermarket industry and recognized for quality performance exhaust systems, is in search of a TIG Welder.


This position is responsible for various types of weld preparation, welding and weld finishing operations to manufacture product to customer drawing, specifications, or other forms of instruction.


· Examine finished products and spare parts and compare them with samples to check whether the specifications are met
· Control the processes of fitting, burning and welding to avoid problems in relation to overheating, distortion, expansion or shrinkage of spare parts
· Tack-welds or welds components and assemblies using MIG and TIG welding
· Remove rough spots from workpiece, using portable grinder, hand file, or scraper
· Minimal welding equipment maintenance
· Weld heat shields, baffles, mufflers, headers and other parts and TIG
· Determine required equipment and welding method, applying knowledge of welding techniques
· Maintain the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follow prescribed safety regulations
· Efficiently and effectively manage time


· Knowledge of oxi-fuel or oxi-setting
· Knowledge of wire and filler materials applications for various steel alloys, aluminum, and some exotic materials
· Working knowledge of fixturing and weld set up parameters
· Produce (quality and quantity) parts that meet specifications and expected output levels
· Ability to visually identify and correct deficiencies in parts produced
· Work efficiently in a fast paced manufacturing environment
· Use of safety equipment such as respirator, ear plugs, welding helmet, steel-toe shoes, safety glasses, and welding sleeves
· Regularly required to sit, stand, walk, bend, stoop, reach and move about the facility
· Must have the ability to lift and move up to 50 pounds
· Must have the ability to function as part of a team
· Must have the ability to listen to and follow written and verbal instruction
· Must have the ability to communicate effectively with Team Members and Supervisors