The recreational boating industry is a major economic force in the Crystal Coast area of North Carolina. Nationally, the boating industry contributes more than 200 billion dollars to the U.S. economy, and benefits an estimated 35,000 marine businesses. These are responsible for about 700,000 jobs. Even during an international pandemic and the economic crisis that followed, the year 2020 saw record boat sales.
Jones Brothers Marine has seen steady growth in demand and we are looking to expand our production. Join the Jones Brothers Marine team and help secure your future in this thriving trade. We are looking for employees in all our production departments from lamination to finishing.
The Lamination Technician job involves rolling and spraying fiberglass materials and resins with hand tools and spray guns to insure proper lamination and application of structural materials. The lamination technician will also be involved in initial and final gel coat applications, including responsibility for boat molds maintenance and preparation.
Our lamination technicians work as a team and learn all aspects of manufacture of our hulls and special parts.
No experience is necessary to join our team, you will be able to learn with the best.
As an assembler your responsibilities will include post lamination assemblies and construction. Here the use of a variety of tools will be required to install hardware, wiring, bilge equipment, as well as deck and surface hardware and assemblies.
This position includes inspection and installation of multiple deck parts and includes the use and maintenance of installation machine tools. The position requires varied mechanical and electrical duties and rewards those with mechanical talents and strong attention to details.
The Patch/Repair Assembly Technicians play a vital role in the fit and finish of all our boats. With a keen eye for details the repair technician will use his knowledge to repair blemishes, gel coat imperfections, and other small structural issues with the use of grit and sanding materials, polishers and buffers. It is a great position for those enjoying detail oriented and rewarding work.
The finishing department includes all aspects of final assembly into a finished product. Consoles, leaning posts, wiring, electronics, outboard engines are all finally assembled and inspected before shipping. This department is well suited for those with mechanical experience and enjoying work with power and mechanical tools. Experience is a plus, but a desire to learn is essential in this technical position. This work may also involve direct contact with customers and logistical and shipping representatives.
At Jones Brothers, we all work as a team, and any members will be asked at times to perform duties slightly out of their field of expertise: maintenance, organization, forklift use, inventory and parts management, and power tools use. Work is varied and always a great learning experience for any fields in the boat manufacturing process or any factory setting.
In addition to a great work environment, Jones Brothers Marine offers the following benefits to our employees:
- Medical Insurance
- Vacation and paid sick leave