Search for welding company positions either on generic job search websites such as Monster.com or Indeed.com, or visit the websites of some individual welding companies. As Monster and Indeed collect openings from multiple companies, searching those websites usually yields more results.Continue Reading
As of August 2015, welding jobs on Indeed.com include those for structural welders, production welders and welder helpers. To search for welding jobs on Indeed.com, type the job name or type into Indeed's search bar, and type in a city, state or ZIP code as well if you wish to limit your search to a particular location. Indeed.com also provides further means to define search returns, including by salary estimate and whether the job is part-time, full-time, contract or temporary. Monster.com provides similar search capabilities on its website, and both websites have an email sign-up to use to receive notifications for new welding job postings.
Welding companies utilize different methods to hire employees. Some companies have job postings and online application instructions on their websites, such as in the case of Miller Electric. For those websites that do not have employment information, most have a contact page to use to inquire about welding job opportunities, such as in the case of Stan's Welding.Learn more about Job Search