Welding Engineering requires a great deal of strength and determination, and these engineers are trained to handle a
variety of welding techniques, maintain overall quality, and produce wells. They must always stay up-to-date with
current codes and regulations to maintain a safe environment for all employees.
The duties of Welding Engineers typically includes to evaluate current welding techniques and processes and make
recommendations for enhancements, remain current in state-of-the-field advancements and incorporate new
techniques as appropriate. They also ensure all procedures and designs meet regulations and requirements. They also
design and develop new welding techniques, equipment, or fabrication procedures.
This position not only requires in-depth knowledge of welding, but also the ability to grasp innovative techniques to
create a more efficient work environment. Welders typically spend their days working outdoors, though this depends
on the particular project, as well as indoors to improve welding procedures and oversee regular inspections and other
operations. Welding engineers must also be able to work well with others, which is very important in this position.
Shifts are typically during the day, while some night shifts may also be available.
Entry Level Education
- Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical/Industrial/Production Engg. or equivalent.
- Diploma in Welding Technology.
- M.Tech. in Welding Engineering.