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Composite Technician

Performs various fabrication steps at assigned work stations of composite parts and assemblies. For improved safety and process control, ICE only uses pre-impregnated materials (carbon fiber, kevlar and fiberglass). Uses machinery, hand and power tools, and requires attention to detail and pride in your work.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

  • Cutting of raw material
  • Lamination of patterns through precise alignment and ironing together
  • Rolling tubing in a table roll process
  • Cello wrapping of tubing that has been rolled in the table roll process.
  • Loading and unloading of curing ovens and presses.
  • Removal of tubing from tooling.
  • Cleaning and preparation of tooling.
  • Finishing of parts including cutting, bonding, machining, cleaning and inspection.
  • Packaging and shipping of finished products.
  • Maintains a clean work area including minimal daily clean up
  • Follows all safety guidelines

Education & Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Entry level and we provide all training

Application Instructions:

  •  Send resume to loriw@innce.com include job title in the subject line
  • Or contact Lori at 509-493-4484 for Job Application Packet



Night Shift Supervisor

Directs and coordinates production activities of carbon composite manufacturing facility; supervising a day or night shift crew.  Acts as a working supervisor performing composite technician production functions alongside crew 

Essential Functions:

  • Manages a diverse work group to complete assigned workorders in timely manner
  • Runs day to day production floor operations
  • Coordinates and reports to management on employee scheduling, order due dates and raw materials issues
  • Supports implementation of continuous improvement systems
  • Communicates orders, needs, issues between day and night shift members
  • Takes responsibility and is accountable for shift activities and production requirements
  • Communicates and problem solves with management, engineering staff and crew to facilitate timely production and customer delivery
  • Performs Composite Technician duties at any or all work centers on a daily basis
  • Participates in the coordination of production work load, schedules, assigns personnel, outside machining and shipping
  • Trains, develops, coaches, advises, disciplines, evaluates, schedules employees on assigned shift per ICE policy
  • Participates in the interview, selection, hire, discipline and discharge of new employees
  • Holds employees accountable to goals, commitments, continuous improvement and policies of ICE
  • Conducts production crew meetings
  • Manages job stress and interacts effectively with others in the workplace


  • High School Diploma or GED required
  • Experience in a lean manufacturing environment preferred
  • Experience may include a combination of technical school, college instruction and/or work experience

Working Conditions:

This position requires the ability to perform those activities to complete the essential functions of the job, either with or without reasonable accommodation.  The position requires continuous standing and/or frequent talking, repetitive motions of hand/wrists, hearing and handling. Mental activities required by the employee in this position include decision making, interpersonal skills, supervisory skills, teamwork, creativity, customer service, mentoring, use of discretion, presentations/teaching, problem analysis, negotiation, and the ability to perform math and to read, write, speak and understand English.  Required physical activities can include standing, walking, stooping, twisting, climbing, balancing, kneeling, bending, crawling, reaching, grasping, fingering, repetitive motions of hands and wrists, sitting, hearing and lifting/pushing/pulling or carrying objects up to 50 pounds.   Work is primarily indoors in a clean manufacturing facility.

Application Instructions:

  •  Send resume to loriw@innce.com include job title in the subject line
  • Or contact Lori at 509-493-4484 for Job Application Packet



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