Top 20 Welder and Cutter Interview Questions
Question 1 of 21
Do you have any previous experience as a Cutter?
Question 2 of 21
Are you detail oriented?
Question 3 of 21
When did you realize you wanted to become a welder?
After I graduated from college..
When I know I could take molted metal and create what ever I want with it.
Question 4 of 21
What training do you have in welding?
I have no training but I am willing to take any and all courses to become certified in this field.
One year of welding techniques at durham college.
I been welding for 20 plus years and went to weld school.
I have gmaw, gtaw, smaw, fcaw, training at EIT.
Question 5 of 21
What was your toughest welding project?
Question 6 of 21
What do you find most difficult with welding?
How to try not to get burned but after awhile you get use to it.
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Question 7 of 21
What is the most rewarding part of being a Welder and Cutter?
Fix things with your hands and welder.
Just knowing the type of thing that you are able to make doing welding.
Question 8 of 21
Tell me about your last position and what you did?
Copper welder welded copper converters for underground.
Question 9 of 21
Describe two or three major trends in your field?
Question 10 of 21
What is you first line of safety as a Welder?
Hood gloves steel toe boots cout.
Question 11 of 21
What is you first line of safety as a Cutter?
Jacket glove glasses steel toe boot.
Question 12 of 21
Do you have any previous experience as a Welder?
Question 13 of 21
Are robot welds accurate?
I don't like robot welders.
Question 14 of 21
What is a welding crater?
A person who can make things by hand.
Question 15 of 21
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Working steady and taking care of my family.
Question 16 of 21
What are your career goals as a Welder
My career goal us a welder is to become under water welder someday.
Get a good job and retire from they and maybe one day own my own shop.
Question 17 of 21
What do you like least about being a Welder and Cutter?
Question 18 of 21
What do you like most about being a Welder and Cutter?
Make things out of steel.
Just being able to create a variety of many different things.
Question 19 of 21
Why did you choose to become a Welder and Cutter?
It is a cool thing to do.
Becaus I get to work with my hands out in the feild.
Question 20 of 21
What areas could you become better at your job?
Learn how to weld steel structures.
Learning to take constructive critism and use it as positive information or as if some one is trying to help you.
Question 21 of 21
What is the most difficult part of being a Welder and Cutter?
You really have to stay focus any wrong slip and it can cost you your life.
About Welder and Cutter
July 3rd, 2017
Welders and cutters are skilled in using a range of specialized hand equipment that is used for welding metal parts and components. These specialized workers spend most of their time on the job cutting, trimming and shaping metal objects using hand welding and flame-cutting equipment. Learning how to read blueprints and execute orders to the specifications laid out in the blueprint is a big part of this role.
Completing a vocational program in this field will make it easier for you to find employment. Most employers prefer to hire welders and cutters who have extensive work experience. The best way to get the necessary firsthand experience is by doing an apprenticeship under the guidance of an experienced welder and cutter.
Potential employers will want to know more about your experience. What types of jobs did you execute? Can you read a welding blueprint? Can you execute an order independently just by reading the blueprint? Do you know how to select the right equipment to use? These are just some of the questions you can expect to be asked at your welder and cutter interview. You can see more at Mock Questions.