363 Hamburg Street
Buffalo, New York 14204

Employment Opportunities

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You would read orders, drawings, and part lists and then put together dock seals and shelters by adeptly using power and hand tools to measure, cut, align, and fasten wood, steel, foam, and fabric components together. You would be able to verify specifications and resolve assembly problems. You would set up the work, advise on material status, maintain tools, load trucks, and follow work and safety standards. Training and cross-training for new positions are provided. Read More
You would work with our sales/service team to ensure that proposed product applications meet customer needs. You would render computer-aided design drawings, create bills of materials, and allocate inventory to orders. You would work closely with the production teams to ensure the designs are understood and convey drawings to the CNC cutting machine to launch production. You would troubleshoot production problems and examine completed work pieces for defects. You would organize and manage the library of drawings and the error log for improvement efforts. Read More
You would read orders, drawings, and part lists. Next, you would operate shears, press brakes, iron workers, drills, saws and other machines by hand (not CNC) to cut steel components. You would use power tools to assemble, grind and otherwise continue orders. You might be asked to learn some occasional spot welding and spray painting, but need not be a certified welder. You would be able to verify specifications and resolve fabricating problems. You would set up the work, advise on material status, maintain tools, load trucks, and follow work and safety standards. Training and cross-training for new positions are provided. Read More
You would read and interpret work orders. Then, using pre-cut and marked vinyl pieces, you would operate a sewing machine and perform hand operations to join, reinforce, and strengthen parts to create dock seal covers. Sewing would include stitching fabric and stiffeners, as well as applying velcro, tape, or grommets to create fabric sub-assemblies. You would need to monitor machine operations, examine completed work pieces for defects, and ensure quality standards are met. Sewers also maintain, clean, and lubricate machines, store material, and maintain the work area. We all follow standard work methods and practice safe work habits to ensure production is as efficient and safe as possible. Openness to cross-training and learning other tasks is essential. Skill and knowledge as an industrial sewer and sewing machine operator is required. You must be able to read patterns and work orders, and translate them to the work at hand. Key skills include the ability to measure and mark components, communicate well, pay attention to detail, perform reliably, and function on a team. Read More