Production

Whitmire, SC 29108

Posted: 04/13/2021 Industry: Manufacturing Job Number: 12630 Pay Rate: 13.00

Job Description

Multiple Warehouse positions available!!!

Marine Industry

Temp-to-Hire

$13.00+ an hour

Whitmire, SC

1st Shift

Positions available:

Rollers: Rolls the raw fiberglass material onto the molds for the boat hulls and toppers They wear Tyvex suits and hoods (summer heat body can reach 120 degrees). Uses tiny roller to large rollers depending on the part. Height can be an issue. Must have great balance.

Lids: Rolls raw fiberglass on to the smaller parts of the boat like the decking lids.

Repair: They do repair fiberglass molds. Must be able to use hand tools; grinders.

Painters: Paint the finished product. Must be able to use a paint gun.

Gel Coater: Finds imperfections in the paint and fixes the imperfection and sprays the gel coat.

Tooling: Builds the wood and bondo molds that they create the finished molds from. Must have carpentry skills for this position.

Cleaning: In this department the cleaners will use chemicals and wax to put into the molds for easier release.

Cutter: Cuts the vinyl to the patterns for it to be sewn together for a finished seat cover.

Sewer: Sews the vinyl pieces using an industrial sewing machine for a finished seat cover.

Upholstery Builder: Attaches the foam and vinyl covers to the boards to make a completed seat piece that will be installed. Uses blades, glue, staple guns

Upholstery Installer: Installs the finished seats onto the boat. Uses drills, skill saw, drivers, blades.

Basic Skills:

Production Experience (REQUIRED)
Detail oriented
Carpentry (DESIRED)
Balance
Equipment Used:

Tape measure
Grinders
Saws
Rollers
Tyvex Suits
Goggles
Paint Gun
Assembly:

Basic Skills Needed:

Detail Oriented

Good Eye

Must be able to bend, twist, and kneel, climb.

Auto body and audio wiring is a plus.

Equipment Used:

Hole Saw

Skill Saw Pneumatic

Dremel Tool

Sanders

Grinders

Tape Measure

Blades

Drills

Drivers

Console Rigging: Cuts the holes into the consoles for the dials, radios, steering wheel, depth finders, etc. Must be able to use a hole saw, drills, drivers, tape measure.

Console Wiring: Wires up all the electronics in the consoles. Anyone that has done car audio would be good at this.

The Console department also works together to install the consoles onto the boat. Each console is 400 lbs once finished. They have at least 2 people lifting these into place.

Finishing: Does all the finishing details. They correct any imperfections in the body of the boat. Must use hand tools! Auto body workers would be great in this position.

Cleaning: Cleans the finished product. This position requires a lot of bending, twisting, stooping. Must have a good eye to install all the decals on the boat. Cleaning consists of vacuuming, scrubbing, putting down matting.

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