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MAG Welding is one of the most widely using welding techniques. Increase in the use of MAG Welding causes an increased demand of MAG welder jobs. Specializing in metal joining and possessing other skills is necessary for a demanding career as a MAG welder. To finish projects, you would need a variety of talents, including modeling, estimating, and collaboration with a sizable team of specialists. The demand for mag welders creates high competition in MAG Welding jobs.
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MAG Welder Jobs vacancies

IWA International is offering a variety of MAG Welder job openings, and each one provides a unique opportunity to bring onboard welding experts who can make a significant impact. Here is the Full details of Our offers.

Job Description

The person in charge of carrying out welding operations utilizing the MAG welding technique is a MAG (Metal Active Gas) welder, often referred to as a MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welder. MAG Welding is a widely using technique for connecting metals, including aluminum, stainless steel, and steel. Manufacturing, construction, automotive, and fabrication are just a few of the industries in which MAG welders work.


Welding Operations: Utilize MAG welding techniques to fuse metal parts together while adhering to guidelines and standards for welding. Accurately align and position the components to provide a good fit and little deformation after welding. Use the proper welding processes to produce welds that are of excellent quality.

Material Preparation: Using the proper cleaning techniques, clean and ready the materials for welding by eliminating any rust, dirt, or impurities. Make sure the joints are properly fitting together and prepared, using beveling, grinding, or chamfering as needed.

Welding Equipment Setup: Configure and fine-tune the shielding gas supply, wire feeder, and power source for MAG welding equipment. Depending on the material being welded, choose the right shielding gas and welding wire. To get the best possible weld quality, set up welding parameters such wire speed, voltage, and travel speed.

Weld Inspection and Quality Control: Visually inspect welds and use non-destructive testing methods to make sure they adhere to quality criteria and norms. Defects including porosity, insufficient fusion, or excessive spatter should be identified and corrected. For precise weld dimensions, take dimensional measurements.

Safety and Compliance: To keep a safe workplace, follow safety procedures and requirements. Wear personal protection equipment (PPE) during welding, such as gloves, helmets, and clothes that protect your hands. Adhere to recommended ventilation procedures to reduce your exposure to welding gases and fumes.

Equipment Maintenance: To guarantee optimum operation, weld equipment must be cleaned and maintained on a regular basis. Change out worn-out or broken parts, such gas nozzles, contact tips, and welding torches. To prevent equipment malfunctions, do routine inspections and preventive maintenance chores.

Documentation: Ensure that welding parameters, processes, and inspections are accurately documented. Fill out work orders, welding records, and other necessary paperwork. Keep track of all occurrences, mishaps, and near-misses, and notify supervisors of them.


  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Certification or training in MAG welding techniques.
  • Proven experience as a MAG welder or in a related role
  • Proficiency in MAG welding processes and techniques.
  • Knowledge of different metals and their welding characteristics.
  • Ability to read and interpret welding symbols, blueprints, and technical drawings.
  • Familiarity with welding codes and standards.
  • Understanding of welding metallurgy and heat treatment principles.
  • Strong knowledge of safety procedures and practices.
  • Excellent hand-eye coordination and attention to detail.
  • Physical stamina to stand for extended periods and perform repetitive tasks.
  • Problem-solving skills to troubleshoot welding defects or operational issues.

Our open MAG welding jobs are the perfect way to satisfy your demands and create a better future. Our work opportunities, which include a wide range of industries including construction, automotive, and more, might be the key to helping you realize your full potential and build a welding career that suits your goals.

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