Language: Candidate must speak English, Spanish is a plus.
The marine carpenter will remove, replace, assemble, construct new cabinets, furniture, structure, decking, veneers and much more in high end yachts. Remove and reinstall components as necessary in order to perform the mechanical task.
Essential Job Functions:
Work with a variety of materials, woods, plastics, solid surfaces, laminates and much more.
Utilize table saws, planner, jointer, routers, biscuit jointer, shaper, bandsaw, etc. in order to fabricate marine furniture and components.
Operates and use a variety of hand tools and equipment.
Must be able to perform carpentry work at a high level of quality and work inside high end yachts without causing any damage.
Works in smaller spaces and around high-end machinery spaces.
Move materials and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.
Repetitive use of hands and simple grasping, pushing and fine manipulation.
Performs other related duties as required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Experience working in the marine industry is a plus.
Ability to operate a wide range of machinery, small tools, etc.
Good mechanical background is a plus.
Ability to perform a variety of manual work.
Ability to bend, stoop, sit, stand, crouch, kneel, lift, push and or pull materials.
Good work ethics and being a team player helps considerable in growth.
Additional Job Functions:
Frequent walking, standing, bending, sitting, kneeling, squatting, reaching above shoulder level, ladder and stair climbing and occasional crawling, twisting, and lying.
Work effectively as a part of a team providing high quality customer service.
Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment including and not limited to gloves, chemical resistant Tyvek clothing, safety glasses, hard hat or welding helmet, respirator, and or hearing protection may need to be worn when and if handling hazardous products or working in hazardous environments.
Maintain and participates in keeping personal work area, shop and tools clean and safe.
Must maintain an excellent attendance record following all company policies and procedures in the Employee Handbook and safety rules.
Will be expected to work overtime and flexible hours as needed to meet production schedules and departmental needs.
Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions.
Will be required to take a Maritime OSHA 10-hour class within the first 30 days of employment.
The work environment is usually noisy and dusty.
Will be required to where Personal Protective Equipment as required when needed.