- 754 Co Rd 12, Midway, AR 72651, USA
Everything Has A Reason
Over time this statement became a culture at Bass Cat and Yar-Craft Boats. A simple tribal tactic, not one that comes from a how-to manual or a mission statement. It comes with years of building the finest bass and walleye boats in the world. Our staff compiles hundreds of years of boat-building experience. We aren’t the new kids on the block, and we know our culture runs deep.
We uphold a commitment to ensuring each boat is comprised of the finest quality throughout the manufacturing process. Better resins, better fiberglass, better techniques and not cutting corners in any segment. It’s not about the price, it’s about the boats and the people that build and run them.
Grinds edges off de-molded parts and inside of hulls. Also cuts and drills necessary holes in hulls and decks.
- Be able to grind all de-molded parts properly (hulls, decks, small parts).
- Be able to lift deck parts with the help of other employees and move to cut & gear area.
- Be able to drill foam chambers/foam them/skip grind/sand areas foamed.
- Be able to lift/set rail/hull together/glass/sand all areas/paint where needed.
- Wipe down, clean, and inspect before sending boat to Finish Department.
- Keep work area clean and orderly
- Follow instruction of Supervisor/foreman/lead
- Must be able to wear safety glasses and hearing protection.
- Perform other duties, assignments and responsibilities as needed.
- Be able to use small hand tools (grinder, scraper, razor knife, blower, diamond cutter, hole saws, etc)
- Must be able to work in fiberglass (dust/handling fiberglass items/etc.)
- Must be able to handle chemicals (catalyst/resin/foam)
- Must be able to work in non-climate controlled environment
- Be able to bend at waist and knees and stand for extended periods of time.
- Must be able to lift 50 pounds when necessary to move deck pieces around in the department.
- This is a safety sensitive position.
90 Day Probation Schedule:
1st Month: Train with Crew and ensure understanding of process and area. Looking for good team work and integration into the individual crew.
2nd Month: Focus should be on getting the job done right the first time with no defects and maintaining and clean and organized work area. Begin developing speed and efficiency.
3rd Month: The last month of the 90-day probation the new hire should be proficient in the job requirements and within this last month should start working on team work, learning other tasks, and making you a more valuable employee. Complete integration into the team and contributing to efficiency of the crew.