Welding Engineering track

Connecting all the pieces – in the facility or out in the field

Welding is key to manufacturing our products, and we need the best minds to succeed. The Engineering Rotational Development Program (ERDP) – Welding track focuses on design, failure analysis, manufacturing support, automation, quality control, research and development, purchasing, remanufacturing, and product support.

During the program, you will rotate through three one-year assignments that will grow and develop your career. Rotation assignments can include research and development, design and analysis, structural testing, automation, facility welding engineering, operations supervision, purchasing, and specifications and standards. Once you complete the program, we will place you in an assignment at one of our facilities across the U.S.

We look for engineers who have:

  • Minimum GPA: 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (no rounding)
  • Bachelor's degree in (preferred, but not limited to): Welding Engineering, Welding Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, and Materials Science
  • Hands-on experience or knowledge of welding processes
  • Willingness to relocate
Tom, a current participant in the LTDP - Welding Engineering track, talks about his experiences in the program.

Welding Engineering track Informational Brochure