We are seeking a qualified human with TIG (GTAW) welding skills for our production studio in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle. The position will focus on the production of high quality components, preparing them for powder coating and plating finishes. We place a high priority on safety, quality and personal productivity. We are looking for an individual that performs an exceptional day’s work comfortably and with finesse. To start this position is needed as an on-call basis, with likely potential to move into a more permanent part time position, and eventually full time. Work will be done Monday through Friday from the hours of 9am-5pm. A flexible schedule can be negotiated after 90 days.
• TIG welder – joining bar, tube, wire and sheet aluminum and steel
• Have strong communication, interpersonal and relationship-building skills, as well as killer planning, analytical and critical thinking skills.
• Team player – detail oriented, organized and resourceful.
• Proactively manage critical deadlines and adapt quickly and confidently in a fast-paced environment with grace and finesse.
• A smart risk taker – you can deliver big ideas and transform them into scalable programs.
• Want to be your best self and do your best work.
We are a small company so there is opportunity to contribute to the design and engineering process, but this is primarily a production position.
Additionally, this job is physical. It necessitates the ability to stand for extended periods of time, walk up to 100 yards, and manipulate medium weights of 20 – 50 pounds on a regular basis; up to 100 pounds on an infrequent basis. Must be able to climb (e.g. short ladders), stoop, kneel, and crouch on a continuous basis.
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Our internship program lasts three months and is an unpaid position, but eligible for class credit. Students pursuing degrees in Furniture Design, Industrial Design, Graphic Design, and Communications/Marketing are strongly encouraged to apply. Interns will have the opportunity to work on projects related to all aspects of running a small design studio. Projects range from product development, sourcing, packaging, small batch production, assisting photo shoots, material inventory and ordering, drafting product detail and material specifications, shipping, trade show design, marketing, and event planning. Knowledge of CS4, Rhino and a familiarity with shop tools a plus. Interns must be available 10am-6pm Monday – Friday. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
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