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Sekisui Aerospace Laminator I - 2nd Shift in Bonney Lake, Washington

We are continuing to grow! We are currently accepting applications for upcoming 2nd Shift Laminator I needs at our Sumner location. Benefits: Medical (free employee only coverage and low-cost options available) Dental, Vision, Prescription Life and AD&D Insurance Company Sponsored 401k with Employer Match Employee Assistance Program Wellness Program Tuition Reimbursement Employee Discounts 8 Paid Holidays plus closed (with pay) for a week during the winter break! 15 days per year accrued Vacation/Sick time. Accrued time is available to use immediately! Pay: $22.33 - $26.40/hour (full time, non-exempt) Includes 10% Shift Differential Schedule: 3:00 pm - 1:30 am Position Summary: The Laminator performs a variety of techniques to laminate composite components according to drawings and Standard Work Instruction (SWI). Responsibilities include: Lay-up composite materials on mandrels according to the manufacturing plan and SWI instructions; wrap mold with composite materials, in preparation for curing process, to form composite parts. Check for accuracy in all prior documentation of manufacturing planning; reporting all discrepancies and schedule concerns to the supervisor. Verify materials being used are according to manufacturing plan. Verify part ID tag and sign off on work performed. Adhere to schedules and time allowances, takt time, for production requirements. Preferred Qualifications: Ability to read and understand detailed instructions and follow demonstrated steps. Ability to read and understand detailed instructions. Acute attention to detail, excellent hand eye coordination, and excellent interpersonal skills. Basic understanding of process specifications, math skills, and basic computer skills. Experience: One year of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities in a manufacturing environment preferred. Experience in composite manufacturing a plus. Working Conditions: While performing typical duties of this job, production employees will experience the conditions noted below. PPE is provided to protect employees against physical harm or hazards in the workplace environment. Usually work indoors. These sites may not be temperature controlled. Exposure to loud sounds and distracting noise levels. Exposure to hazardous equipment. Exposure to contaminants. Shared workspaces with other employees. Requires handing objects of up to 50 lbs. Lifting pushing, pulling, and bending. Standing and/or walking for 8 to 12 or more hours per day (varies based on role, shift, and overtime). Required PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Required PPE provided by SEKISUI Aerospace based on the employee's position and exposure. Below are typical PPE used on the production floor. Appropriate PPE must be worn by all employees when on the production floor. Ear Plugs Earmuffs Full Face Shield Gloves (Latex, Rubber, Chemical Resistant, General Duty) Protective Apron Respirator Safety Glasses Safety Goggles Other Duties This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change, or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice. About Us: For over 30 years SEKISUI Aerospace has been designing, testing, and manufacturing composite products for the aerospace industry. With complete customer satisfaction as our focus and through the relentless efforts of our skilled employees, SEKISUI Aerospace has achieved and continues to maintain an unequaled level of performance. <