Who are Composite Resources and Re:Build Manufacturing?

Composite Resources, a Re:Build Manufacturing company, is an innovative, rapidly growing manufacturer of composite components and tooling located in Rock Hill, SC. Our constantly evolving portfolio of projects includes parts and assemblies for clients in the aerospace and defense industries. At Composite Resources, we embrace a culture defined by teamwork, ownership, and accountability.

 

At Re:Build Manufacturing we're rebuilding America's manufacturing base and creating meaningful, sustainable jobs in areas that have been deindustrialized over the past 20-30 years. Our strategy is to employ technology, systems, deep financial resources, and best management practices to compete and win as manufacturers in the global market. We are NOT private equity. We do not buy companies with the intention of selling them. Over the next decades we want to make a difference in the US Manufacturing economy and the communities in which we operate. We believe in the power of people and the long-term competitive advantage that can be derived from helping our employees achieve their fullest potential.

 

Who are we looking for?

Do you like to own projects from concept, through prototype to creation?

Do you thrive given autonomy and see it as a means to "deliver the goods" and grow within an organization on your/your team's merits?

If you answered "yes" to these questions, then you will be right at home with Composite Resources. Apply now!

 

What you get to do!

  • Manage multiple projects
  • Interface with customers to gather requirements and create estimates
  • Collaborative design with customers as well as manufacturing personnel within Composite Resources
  • Lead multi-departmental project planning and design review meetings
  • Generate CAD and drawings required for part and tooling chain
  • Generate production support documentation such as ply kits and lamination instructions
  • Specify required materials, BOM generation
  • Define and maintain project timelines
  • Monitor project costs
  • Manufacturing support

 

What you will bring to the Team

 

  • Bachelor's in Engineering or equivalent work experience
  • A minimum of seven years' experience in composite component design and manufacturing
  • Understanding and interest in composite materials, production processes. and tooling design
  • Expert user of SolidWorks, PDM, and Microsoft Office
  • Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and schematics
  • Ability to build relationships with customers
  • Self-motivated with strong personal workload management
  • Successful management of multiple projects

 

The BIG payoff

We are a company who is going to make a difference in the industries and the communities in which we choose to operate.

Every employee of Re:Build will share ownership in the company and will share in the financial rewards of the success we achieve together, at all levels of the company!

 

We want to work with people that reflect the communities in which we operate

Re:Build Manufacturing is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, marital status, parental status, cultural background, organizational level, work styles, tenure and life experiences. Or for any other reason.

 

Re:Build is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at accommodations.ta@ReBuildmanufacturing.com or you may call us at 617.909.6275.

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