Responsible for the general repairs and maintenance of specialized machinery and mechanical equipment as well as fabrication of new specialized equipment. Analyzes methods and manufacturing process problems to determine root cause and corrective actions to facilitate continuous improvements. Performs work on variety of gearboxes, rigging, hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, screw compressors, vacuum pumps, fluid pumps, CNC machinery and controls, autoclaves, ovens, electrical troubleshooting including logic controllers, analog instrumentation and controls. Fabrication responsibilities include fabrication, design input, raw material preparation, assembly, welding (TIG/MIG/Arc), hydraulic, pneumatic & controls of specialized equipment. Additional work on plant power and lighting systems, HVAC units and freezers and light carpentry, welding and machining.
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 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 manufacturing facility.
The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skills typically required, and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the work load.
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.
Innovative Composite Engineering (ICE), located in White Salmon, WA, is seeking 1 college student for a 3 to 4 month paid summer internship. ICE has a variety of engineering projects requiring mechanical, industrial or manufacturing engineering skills. The successful student will have completed 1-3 years of undergrad education in an accredited engineering program
By June 11, 2017 send an email to AdminA@innce.com with your earliest start date, latest end date, current GPA, attach your resume and current college transcript in PDF format. Please don’t send cover letters. Transcripts in PDF format can be submitted at later date if not immediately available but are a requirement of the selection process.