Metal Engineering Process Worker

Performs routine tasks in manufacturing metal products.
Training time 9 weeks - 1 year
Average pay $54,013
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 2,200

What does a Metal Engineering Process Worker do?

  • positioning and holding tools and metal products
  • performing assembly and dismantling operations such as screwing and bolting
  • operating power hammers, presses and other metal cutting and shaping tools and machines
  • soldering and spot welding components using electrical spot and butt welding machines
  • transporting tools, materials and work pieces to and from sites and workbenches

Specialisations

  • Boilermaker's Assistant
  • Fitter's Assistant
  • Metal Forger's Assistant
  • Metal Moulder's Assistant

Related courses

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Certificate II in Engineering
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Certificate II in Engineering - Production Technology
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Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
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Certificate I in Engineering