Supervise the workers in removing defects from heavy gauge steel plates.
What does a Flame Cutting Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in removing defects from and cutting heavy gauge steel plates into specified sizes and shapes, using flame cutting, welding, chipping, and grinding machines and equipment: Reviews orders to ascertain size, shape, and gauge of steel plate ordered and examines plate marked by inspection personnel to plan unit work and sequence of operations. Observes flame cutting and plate conditioning activities to ensure expedient, quality, and maximum production. Trains workers in operation of equipment and performance of assigned duties. Inspects equipment for need of repair and arranges for maintenance. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.