WHY WORK AT CHRIS-CRAFT?

Chris-Craft is an American icon in a class of its own. Throughout its history, Chris-Craft has always meant classic elegance, beautiful craftsmanship, superb quality, reliability, service and a unique heritage. After more than 142 years, Chris-Craft remains a classic American story that still continues today. Our strength and future growth depend on the contributions made by each person within our organization. Chris-Craft believes that outstanding people are the key to success.

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Benefits Offered

Medical, Life, Dental, 401K

Employment Type

Full-Time

Minimum Skill Requirements: Must be able to read and write. High school diploma or GED preferred. General knowledge of boat building, auto mechanics and/or assembly in a manufacturing environment strongly preferred. Must be experienced in carpentry. Two to three years experience in similar or related work desirable. Must have working knowledge of the use of hand and air tools such as screwdrivers, drills, mini-saws, grinders, wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, channel locks, pliers, wrenches & sockets, nut runners/ drivers, measuring tape, rubber mallets, claw hammers, utility knifes, etc.

 

Duties/Responsibilities: Under the direction of a supervisor, effectively and efficiently cuts and assembles poly and wood parts used in all aspects of boat building. Performs other duties as directed by supervisor.

 

Physical Requirements: Including, but not limited to: bending, climbing, crawling, stretching, squatting, kneeling, twisting, reaching, walking and lifting up to 50 pounds. May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up. May require individual to be in awkward positions.

 

Environmental Conditions: Exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes, and some outside weather conditions. May be exposed to acetone, putties, glues, adhesive cleaners, caulking, transmission fluids, lubricants.

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Level: Level D. Generally a work uniform that suits the job at hand. This level is used when no breathing or respiratory hazard is known to exist. The equipment used various with the situation. May include coveralls; chemical-resistant boots with a steel toe and shank; safety glasses or chemical splash goggles; other options as needed such as gloves, outer chemical-resistant boots, face shield, hard hat and hearing protection

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements: Safety Glasses. Closed-toed, closed-heeled rubber soled footwear, hearing protection.

 

Additional Training/Certifications Requirements: Right to Know Training.

 

Hazardous Waste Training Level: Awareness Level. Need to know what to do in case of a chemical or hazardous waste emergency. May include sounding an alarm, notifying a supervisor, safely collecting and communicate information, evacuating the area, returning to the area only when told it’s safe.

Benefits Offered

Medical, Life, Dental, 401K

Employment Type

Full-Time

Minimum Skill Requirements: Must be able to read and write. High school diploma or GED preferred. General knowledge of boat building, auto mechanics and/or assembly in a manufacturing environment strongly preferred. One to two years experience in similar position required. Must have working knowledge of the use of basic hand and air tools such as power stapler, scissors, screwdrivers, drills, wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, pliers, wrenches drivers, measuring tape, utility knifes, etc. Must know how to read blueprints and know fiberglass as well as wood construction methods.

Qualifications

Duties/Responsibilities: Under the direction of a supervisor, effectively and efficiently fabricates and assembles wood and fiberglass according to blueprints to form original plugs and molds. Performs other duties as directed by supervisor.

Physical Requirements: Including, but not limited to: bending, climbing, crawling, stretching, squatting, kneeling, twisting, reaching, walking and lifting up to 50 pounds. May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up. May require individual to be in awkward positions.

Environmental Conditions: Exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes, and some outside weather conditions. May be exposed to acetone, putties, glues, adhesive cleaners, caulking, transmission fluids, lubricants.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Level: Level D. Generally a work uniform that suits the job at hand. This level is used when no breathing or respiratory hazard is known to exist. The equipment used various with the situation. May include coveralls; chemical-resistant boots with a steel toe and shank; safety glasses or chemical splash goggles; other options as needed such as gloves, outer chemical-resistant boots, face shield, hard hat and hearing protection

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements: Safety Glasses. Closed-toed, closed-heeled rubber soled footwear, hearing protection.

Additional Training/Certifications Requirements: Right to Know Training.

Hazardous Waste Training Level: Awareness Level. Need to know what to do in case of a chemical or hazardous waste emergency. May include sounding an alarm, notifying a supervisor, safely collecting and communicate information, evacuating the area, returning to the area only when told it’s safe.



Benefits Offered

Medical, Life, Dental, 401K

Employment Type

Full-Time

Minimum Skill Requirements: Must be able to read and write. High school diploma or GED preferred. General knowledge of boat building, auto mechanics and/or assembly in a manufacturing environment strongly preferred. Must have working knowledge of the use of hand and air tools such as screwdrivers, drills, mini-saws, grinders, wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, etc. 

Duties/Responsibilities: Installs interior and exterior parts of boats to hulls and decks including, seats, cabinets, tanks, doors, windshields, canvas, etc.

Physical Requirements: Including, but not limited to: bending, climbing, crawling, stretching, squatting, kneeling, twisting, reaching, walking and lifting up to 20 pounds. May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up. May require individual to be in awkward positions. 

Environmental Conditions: Exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes, and some outside weather conditions. May be exposed to acetone, putties, glues, adhesive cleaners, caulking, transmission fluids, lubricants.

Prior boat building experience is a plus. This is a full time position Monday through Thursday; 6:00 AM - 4:30 PM. 

Chris-Craft offers an excellent benefit package including Medical and Dental Insurance with Company contribution; 100% paid Short Term Disability Insurance, 100% paid Life Insurance; supplemental insurance is available; 9 Paid Holidays; Biweekly bonus plan.

A representative of Chris Craft will contact all qualified candidates. Chris-Craft is an Equal Opportunity Employer as well as a Drug Free Workplace.

 

Benefits Offered

Medical, Life, Dental, 401K

Employment Type

Full-Time

Looking for energetic individual who has a vast area of knowledge with boat electrical systems. Troubleshooting abilities for wire harnesses installed in boats. General knowledge of boat building, auto mechanics and/or electrical assembly in a manufacturing environment strongly preferred. Experiences in 12 volt and 120 volt required. Must have working knowledge of the use of hand and air tools. Has knowledge of commonly -used concepts, practices and procedures within the boat manufacturing field.

HOW TO APPLY

TOP PAY FOR EXPERIENCED CANDIDATES

Chris-Craft is an Equal Opportunity Employer as well as a drug-free workplace. All offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background screen. Your interest in becoming part of the team that builds the legend is greatly appreciated! Each application will be reviewed and those candidates that qualify will be contacted.

Thank you for your interest in Chris-Craft Corporation.