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DIRECT HIRE 1st Shift Solid Surface Polisher/ Finisher-Milwaukee, WI

Posted by Katie Skudlarczyk on Mar 4, 2020 8:54:10 AM

Goodwill TalentBridge, along with our client, is currently recruiting for a DIRECT HIRE 1st Shift Solid Surface Polisher/ Finisher.

Our client is a large solid surface and granite/ quartz fabricator in the area.

Daily Responsibilities:

  • Use orbital sanders and routers to sand and shape solid surface counter top materials
  • Attach and install under-mount and integrated sinks into counter tops and drill holes as needed
  • Accurately read and understand shop drawings and job specific paperwork
  • Verify quality of finished counter tops by inspecting, measuring and comparing them to templates and/or shop drawings
  • Use tape measure to accurately measure and mark work
  • Review and confirm the proper edge profile as identified for each component
  • Advise the Shop Foreman of any missing and/or defective items
  • Communicate job progress when transitioning between shifts
  •  At the end of the day and at various times throughout the day, clean work areas to ensure cleanliness and safe working conditions are maintained
  •  Perform minor maintenance on tools and equipment to ensure safe and effective operation
  • Follow all Company Policies & Procedures and adhere to all OSHA protocols
  • Assist with various other duties as needed The Ideal Candidate Would Have the Following Experience:
  • Carpentry, cabinet making and/or woodworking experience
  • Ability to use clamps, sanders, glue guns, routers, table saw, radial arm saw, hand tools, etc.
  • Knowledge of various fastener types, adhesives, and sanding techniques
  • Experience working with hand tools and possess manual dexterity
  • 6 months to 1 year of experience in counter top industry OR possess a strong desire to learn

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