Welcome to Spitzer Industries!

Founded in 1996 as a high-quality custom fabricator of specialized equipment and systems, pressure vessels and other custom weldments, Spitzer Industries specializes in products for

  • Oil and gas production, processing and transmission
  • Refining and petrochemical
  • Offshore oil and gas processing and production
  • Subsea oil and gas tiebacks
  • ASME code pressure vessels
  • AISC structural steel

Spitzer also provides project management, engineering, design and procurement services. We retain an experienced workforce, key transportation options and a strong emphasis on quality, which enables Spitzer to meet the most exacting specifications and deliver products on schedule. With turnkey capabilities, Spitzer can effectively service clients through its fabrication and waterfront facilities that offer approximately 535,000 sq ft under roof and a highly trained staff of 900 employees.


Candidate sets up and safely performs a variety of welding operations in a fast-paced manufacturing environment. Equipment utilized could include Sub-arc welding equipment, MIG welding equipment and Flux-core welding equipment. This role is responsible for executing work as assigned by a supervisor to adhere to the production schedule. The candidate must be a safety oriented, self-motivated multitasker who has a strong work ethic.


Candidate will be responsible for the following:

  • Safely and effectively yield high-quality welded products that meet all required specifications
  • Work in a team environment focusing on safety, quality, delivery and cost standards
  • Perform welding in accordance with proper procedures
  • Produce high-quality welds capable of passing NDE and hydrostatic pressure tests
  • Perform rigging operations as necessary
  • Observe welding operations closely, adjusting equipment to maintain proper weld condition
  • Have working knowledge of weld procedure requirements
  • Familiar with filler wire selection and acceptable weld preparation techniques
  • Performs oxy-propylene cutting on all metals as required
  • Must understand process parameter settings: amperage, voltages, preheat, inter-pass temperatures and post-heat requirements
  • Assist others as needed
  • Maintain a clean work area
  • Complete paperwork as required
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor or team lead


The successful candidate will have the following skills:

  • Must have the ability and skill to pass a 6G weld test
  • Must have the ability to work and perform job duties by following engineering drawings or diagrams
  • Must be able to perform shop math calculations (including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, figuring angles, converting fractions/decimals, etc.)
  • Must be able to perform arc gouging and oxy-propylene cutting
  • Must be knowledgeable about and capable of performing repairs in an effective, efficient and timely manner according to standard welding practices
  • Ability to communicate effectively
  • Ability to measure, read, write and document work
  • Ability to sustain a steady work pace over an entire work day
  • Ability to tolerate confined spaces for extended periods of time


  • Minimum: High school diploma or GED
  • Preferred: Certificate or undergraduate degree from a technical school, vocational school or community college
  • Minimum 1 to 2 years of experience welding in accordance to a quality ASME code


The candidate must be capable of physical exertion such as long periods of standing, walking, recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching and reaching. Additionally, the individual must be capable of recurring lifting or handling of heavy items or similar activities from ground level to above the head with weights of up to 60 pounds throughout the work shift.


  • Personal protective equipment including welding shield, ear plugs, gloves, respirator, safety glasses, steel-toed boots and hard hat
  • Tools include but are not limited to air tools, clamps, cutting torch, grinders, sanders, jack strands, pry bar and wire brush
  • Machines include but are not limited to air compressor, break and shear, chop saw, drill press, iron worker, overhead crane and other various welding equipment
  • Broom, floor jack, ladder, shovel, stool, tape measure, fire extinguisher and forklift


Full-time, evening shift


    ASME code welding: 3 years
  • Pressure vessel welding: 3 years
  • Reading engineering drawings and blueprints: 3 years
  • Fitting and welding: 5 years