You are a welder, or you are a business that specializes in welding, but you don't have any active contracts. You need money to make your career work, and you want to get a job as a welder because it's not just the career you have trained for, it's the career you desire. When you have a welding job under your belt, you feel more confident in your ability to do things. Here are ways you can get a great welder job that will last and pay you well.
Have a great resume
If you have your own business, you need to have great promotion as your main form of welder job seeking. You need to make sure your customers know you offer this type of service as part of your regular services, such as automobile work or custom metal works.
If you are an individual contractor, then your resume needs to list your special skills, professional training, and any past jobs you have taken. If you can get customer responses to promote your works — as either an individual seeking work or a business looking to get more clients — then use this word of mouth to promote you. You don't have to go into major detail on your resume, but you should make sure you include a great cover letter.
Welder staffing services will help you get a great job. You can also nab welding projects or contract work by asking around: contractors, artists, building designers, and automobile mechanics can all have use for welders either on a contract basis or on an as-needed basis. You can also ask to be subcontracted with larger companies in your area if you are an independent contractor.
If you are a business seeking to add welding contracts to your company, then ask the companies you already sublet your work out to if they have any clients who need welding work. You can get further if you use your popularity as a local business to promote the same companies who are helping you find contracting jobs.
It can take a while to build up a strong customer clientele, but once you get your foot in the door with some new customers, you can become a more affluent welder with more money. Your clients will appreciate your ongoing work, and if you need even more welding jobs, your staffing service company will assist you in this endeavor.
Keep these in mind as you look for welder jobs.Share