We are seeking individuals to fulfill a combination of these production roles depending on the seasonality of the business and the production cycle.

Assembly Technician – assemble parts while maintaining quality workmanship.

  • Independently carry out general assembly procedures and work by assembly instruction sheets.
  • Assemble subassemblies or parts of subassemblies to the main machine being worked on.
  • Check and double check work and correct any assembly problems.
  • Assist in planning assembly procedures and administer the completion of a machine.
  • Conduct final functional tests to verify that the assembled unit operates properly and that it is of high quality.
  • Read and understand blueprints, technical drawings, and specifications.
  • Keep work area neat, clean, and orderly.
  • Follow prescribed safety regulations.

Welder/Fabricator – weld metal parts together using specified wire welding processes.

  • Knowledge of the welding process and equipment.
  • Fabricate metal products in an efficient manner to maximize production.
  • Operate equipment in a safe manner and reports hazards associated with the equipment or it's operators to the Manager or Safety Director.
  • Produce strong penetrated welds that are smooth, non-porous, and consistent.
  • Follow required procedures and use appropriate jigs and fixtures to assist in the assembly process.
  • Communicate effectively with other workers to help direct personal workflow.
  • Weld vertical, flat, and overhead welds with good penetration and a quality appearance.
  • Operate plasma cutter, acetylene torch and other metal fabrication tools.
  • Math skills including fractions and angles.
  • Physical ability to work and weld in awkward positions such as kneeling, lying down, and overhead.
  • Operate various shop tools including power and manually operated wrenches.
  • Ability use fork trucks, overhead cranes, power tools, wrenches, levels, etc.
  • Adhere to Assembly, Materials, and accounting record-keeping practices by promptly and accurately logging pertinent information.

Paint Assistant – specialize in powder coating materials for production.

  • Perform appropriate surface preparations to ensure proper adhesion.
  • Utilize safe work practices including the use of proper PPE.
  • Operate and maintain processing equipment (spray guns, hoses, etc.).
  • Proper use of ovens and other drying techniques, including curing temperatures and procedures.
  • Utilize safe methods of handling material, including chemicals, required in all aspects of process.
  • Perform proper masking techniques necessary to meet requirements.
  • Understanding of various cleaning and pre-treatment processes and their effects on parts.
  • Proper maintenance, setup, use, and cleaning of equipment required to perform required processes.


  • Excellent analytical, problem solving, communication, and interpersonal-relations skills.
  • Self-motivated, detailed, well organized and a team player.


  • Ability to read and understand instructions
  • High school diploma
  • Some technical training preferred
  • Prior manufacturing experience
  • Ability to lift up to 100 lbs on a frequent basis


Health and disability insurance, 401K, and paid vacation time.


Please fill out the form below or email a resume and a short cover letter explaining your interest to ETS Director of Operations, Tony Thompson, at