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|Shift Times||Start: 3:15pm End: 12:00am|
Prepare and use resin saturated fiberglass panels and molds to produce and bond together hulls, decks, soles and other yacht components for further assembly.
Measure and cut materials to the required dimensions using hand and/or power tools.
Mix resin and catalyst in proper proportions and apply by hand or with spray gun.
Clean, wax and prepare molds for use.
Grind fiberglass to required finish.
Paint finished surfaces with Gelcoat and/or paint.
Perform rough carpentry tasks on fiberglass and structural components.
Repetitive use of hands for simple grasping, pushing, pulling and fine manipulation.
Frequent standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, ladder and stair climbing and occasional crawling, twisting and lying.
Materials needing to be lifted and/or carried may weigh up to 55 pounds.
Will be expected to work overtime and flexible hours as needed to meet production schedules and departmental needs.
Basic math, reading and communication skills.
Ability to read and use tape measure.
1 - 3 years’ experience doing like duties in similar environment.
Other Preferred Skills/Abilities
Prior work experience in Lamination.
Prior work experience with fiberglass, resins and catalysts.
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Westport Shipyard Human Resources
P.O. Box 308
Westport, WA 98595
Phone: +1 360-268-1800
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