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Re:Build Manufacturing is a family of industrial businesses combining cutting-edge enabling technologies,  operational superiority, and strategic M&A to build America's next generation industrial company. Re:Build leverages a deep expertise in operations management and technology to supercharge performance of its subsidiaries by implementing core technologies across industrial platforms in diversified growth markets.

Our goal is to help revitalize the U.S. manufacturing base over the coming decades, creating substantial

opportunities for our employees and the communities where we operate.

If you like a fast-paced environment where you can stretch and be challenged with a diverse set of

projects, we offer a great deal of variety and empower our staff to take on as much responsibility as they can handle, offering a helping hand and experienced-based coaching and the support of a highly

competent team. Our goal is to enable our employees to achieve their fullest potential, and through our

association with Re:Build, provide avenues for personal and professional growth.

Position Description:

Exciting opportunity to work with products in the aerospace industry.  This position is located within our

Re:Build CDI  facility. As a Paint Cell Operator you would  paint parts for many high tech industries including aerospace and aviation.  

Who are you?

Do you have experience working in a production painting or other industrial painting environment?

Do you also have experience inspecting products for quality control standards?

Do you like learning and advancing your career?

If your answer is YES, please apply NOW!

What you will do:

Prepare parts for painting process

Rapidly, precisely, safely, and accurately paint parts using paint spray gun

Operate machinery used in the painting  production process, or assist machine operators when necessary

Perform inspections to ensure procedural compliance

Place products in equipment or on work surfaces for further processing, inspecting, or wrapping.

Examine products to verify conformance to quality standards.

Follow all safety regulations.

What you will need

High school diploma or GED is required

Demonstrates basic inspection competence.

Demonstrates basic mathematical skills

Fluency in written and spoken English is required

Great Communicator

Team Player

Integrity and Safety

Work Environment

Manufacturing environment. Employee is regularly exposed to heat, dust, and dirt. Noise exposure at times is above 85 decibels. The employee will be working close to mechanical, moving equipment. Proper PPE and  Re:Build CDI  uniform must be worn at all times.

Physical Job Requirements

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is continuously required to stand and walk for

extended periods of time, to reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to bend,

twist, and turn. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 40 lbs

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