Share |
 
EDUCATORS
 
WELDING PROFESSIONALS
 
STUDENTS
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
Why
Welding
Welding
Fun Facts
People
Profiles
Salary
Information
Company
Profiles
Industry
News
Welding
Publications
Welding
Videos
Additional
Resources

The Lincoln Electric Company


Corporate Office
General Phone
22801 St. Clair Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44117
email@lincolnelectric.com
www.lincolnelectric.com

Category:  OEM

Lincoln was founded in 1895 and today is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic welding systems, plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Lincoln has 39 manufacturing locations, including operations and joint ventures in 19 countries and a worldwide network of distributors and sales offices covering more than 160 countries. Lincoln has a global work force of more than 9,000.

What Do We Do?
Recognized as the welding experts®, the Company provides leading technology products and solutions. From its early beginnings, Lincoln pioneered technological advancements and improvements in arc welding consumables and equipment. Lincoln sustains the industry's most dynamic and comprehensive research and product development program. This effort is supported by the David C. Lincoln Technology Center, the most advanced facility of its kind.

How Do We Do It?
The Company is famous for its productive and highly-skilled work force, as well as its unique compensation system, Incentive Management.

Incentive Management is widely studied in business schools and industrial management circles. The system compensates and encourages individual and team initiative and responsibility at all levels of employment within the U.S. subsidiary. Lincoln's other global operations have their own systems, where appropriate and practical. Lincoln has never experienced a work stoppage in its 100-plus year history.

Facts About Our Company
In 1895, John C. Lincoln Founded The Lincoln Electric Company with a capital investment of $200.00. The product: electric motors of his own design.

Welding Jobs at Our Company
Skilled positions include CNC Machining, Welding and Sheet Metal Fabrication. These positions generally require a minimum of one year of experience and a willingness to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.

Entry-level positions include assembly, machine operation and general labor. Although these positions do not require prior experience, previous exposure to plant operations and/or mechanical work is helpful.

Both entry-level and skilled positions require working a rotating shift on either a two or three shift basis. In addition, most plant operations positions pay on a piecework basis. That means pay is based directly on output.

All of these positions offer excellent opportunities for quality-conscious, productivity-minded individuals who are interested in being rewarded for their excellent performance.

EDUCATORS WELDING PROFESSIONALS STUDENTS UPCOMING
EVENTS
       
The latest resources from the Weld-Ed Center, along with tips for Counselors and Teachers on navigating students toward welding careers. Resources for the Welding Professional, including resume building, jobs in welding, AWS certification information, and more. A wealth of information and resources to help students and parents follow the right path to an exceptional welding career. Stay informed about the most current educational opportunities, events and news regarding Careers
in Welding.

©2017 American Welding Society and Weld-Ed Center
Funded in part by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education Program (DUE 0703018)
Visit Us on Google+