As a key member of the core project team, the Fabricator is responsible for successfully manufacturing and finishing project deliverables on time, within allocated labor hours, and to achieve the project outcomes.
- Use of hand, bench and standalone metal processing equipment including, but not limited to sanders, drills, grinders, die grinders, cutoff saws, manual sheet metal breaks, sheet metal rolls, shearing equipment, table saws, etc.
- Welding, fitting, and basic conceptual and shop drawing interpretation.
- Track and take custody of project specific materials once they have been received by the Purchasing Department.
- Engage in manufacturing activities including, but not limited to, interpreting plans, cutting, assembling and modifying parts, installation, prototyping, and sampling.
- The use of conceptual skills to help generate fabrications plans.
- Responsible for accurately measuring and precisely cutting materials involved in the assigned work.
- Ability to clearly communicate in English verbally, over the phone, and through email.
- Broad understanding of fabrication, procedures and painting/finishing.
- Specific understanding of a broad range of fabrication skills.
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite.
- Basic shop math skills (decimals, fractions, equations.)
- Experience working from shop drawings and verbal instruction.
- Experience with maintaining/creating aesthetic qualities of a high-end finish
- Ability to work with metric measurements
- Two to three years of previous experience in a custom fabrication.
- Medical, dental & vision insurance
- 401(k) with company match
- 1 week minimum paid vacation per year
- 6 company-paid holidays
- Professional & financial growth opportunities
CREO Industrial Arts
April 6, 2021