Composite Layup Technician – 1st & 2nd Shift
Fiber Dynamics is a rapidly growing composites development and manufacturing company servicing Aerospace, Defense and Commercial Industries. We are currently seeking self-motivated, key team members to be a part of our tremendous new growth.
To assist the Layup Lead in coordinating production flow of parts within the department based on the planned schedule. To produce quality parts that meet internal and external customer requirements and specifications.
Reports to Layup Lead
1st & 2nd Shift: 4-10’s
- Attention to details and accurate measurement skills required to produce quality product
- Accurately orient, measure, cut and assemble fabrics into kits
- To ensure all paperwork and or labeling is in order for parts in process
- To assist maintain production goals for the department
- Other duties may be assigned as necessary
- Maintain a clean and organized work area
- Have a good working knowledge of drawings and written instructions
- Learns and assists with other tasks in the shop as needed
- Communication Proficiency
- Time Management
- Computer Skills
- High Level of Professionalism
- Maintain High Level of Discretion and Confidentiality
Education, Experience & Skills Prerequisite
- High School diploma or GED. Able to speak and read English.
- One year experience preferred.
Incorporate our Core Values daily:
- Serve Others: Strive to serve others by putting their needs first; help people develop and perform as highly as possible.
- Integrity: Ability to conduct all matters with honesty, respect and high moral character.
- Excellence: Ability to achieve outstanding results in all you do.
- Humility: Ability to seek understanding and constructive criticism when holding yourself and others accountable.
- Innovation: Ability to envision what could be by challenging the way things have been.
- Fulfillment: Ability to find satisfaction and meaning in your work by developing your capabilities to create the greatest value.
- Continuous Improvement: Ability to leverage knowledge and experiences to improve how you serve others.
Lifting up to 70 lbs. Standing and bending for extended periods. Grip strength adequate to hold and form fabric materials into molds. Good finger & wrist dexterity. Ability to grasp hand tools, such as box knives, and apply moderate pressure while cutting fabric. Ability to use plastic wedges, and other hand tools to apply moderate pressure while conforming self-adhesive fabric materials into corners and other tool features. Ability to use scissors to cut heavy fabric materials. Ability to operate vibratory equipment such as orbital sanders and impact wrenches. No chronic dermatitis or sensitization to epoxy resins, fiberglass, graphite fiber or contact adhesives. Good eyesight or corrective lenses. Good hearing or corrective aids.
To conform to U.S. Government military technology export regulations, applicant must be a U.S citizen or, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected Individual as defined by ITAR (22 CFR §120,15) or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State.
EOE-race/gender/veteran/disabled/sexual orientation/gender identity