RIGGING / FINISHING
Our passion for boating helped HCM create new innovative ways to improve the standard aluminum jet boat. We have an experienced and dedicated crew who is committed to delivering the highest quality and best value in every boat we build.
Hells Canyon Marine is a top quality manufacturing facility that produces custom aluminum jet boats. HCM utilizes the most current technology to build superior performing, stylish, all welded aluminum jet boats for the recreational boater.
To be able to complete, wire, install, and “assemble” the boats with provided components in the manufacturing of aluminum jet boats; including prep work, hand tool operation, and the occasional repair disassembly/assembly.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Be able to follow instructions and procedures.
- Install engines and pumps.
- Install lexan and glass windows.
- Be able to glue in carpet if needed.
- Ability to understand electrical wiring diagrams, and install harnesses, etc.
- Mount components such as rails, seat boxes, light bars, etc.
- Responsible for following our safety policies and procedures, as well as helping identify potential risks and hazards.
- Work with the team, and as a team, in order to help have top quality and efficient production.
- Work overtime when needed to complete important tasks or projects.
- Operate small to medium sized fork lift equipment.
Required and Preferred Qualifications:
- Valid US Driver’s License
- Rigging experience, preferably with building comparable aluminum boats.
- Experience with 12 volt wiring, and has potential to learn.
- Basic computer, math, reading and measurement proficiency.
- Must be able to read drawings and specifications.
- Have and maintain a clean working environment.
- Dependable attendance is REQUIRED.
- Provide, use, and store your own standard hand tools. HCM provides many larger tools as needed.
- Be proud of your work, and always do your best.
- Have the desire to learn and improve.
Rigging department will be working inside our manufacturing shop in Clarkston, WA. Most of the day will be spent on your feet throughout the shop, and inside or around current builds/projects. There will be the need to possibly spend time laying down or resting on your knees (pads suggested). Work starts at the scheduled time, breaks are provided including 30 min for lunch, 12:00PM – 12:30PM. Employees will be exposed daily to noise, dust, fumes and odor. Hearing protection, eyewear, and other personal protective equipment will be provided. Physical exertion is required, please consider the possible need to lift parts and pieces that weigh up to 50lbs.
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