Composite Laminator (Pre-preg)
Mooresville - North Carolina (NC), 28117
Riley Technologies is seeking entry level through experienced Composite Laminators to assist with the "hands-on" manufacture of structural carbon components. Riley Tech is a leading carbon fiber engineering company supplying components for the Motorsport industry.
Working with pre-preg carbon fiber, you will be responsible for kitting, layup, bagging, de-bagging of the component working to complex engineering drawings and with molds to produce high precision composite components. Successful candidates will have previous composite experience within the Motorsport, Aerospace/Aviation, Marine or Defense sectors.
In conjunction with the laminating responsibilities, you will also be required to assist the department manager and others in the department, as required. You will need to be a self-starter and a highly motivated team player.
We are looking for an employee with a good attitude who enjoys working in a team environment and who has intermediate skill level and working knowledge of the composite manufacturing processes.
Essential Job Functions:
A good knowledge of carbon pre-preg layup with excellent attention to detail
The ability to read and understand complex engineering technical drawings
Mold and raw material prep for lamination, including release agents and sealing methods, mainly using pre-preg carbon fiber material
Understand and follow written step-by-step lay-up processes for single and multi-laminate composite schedules
Prep molds and parts for vacuum bagging and de-bagging cured parts
Understand and utilize commonly used concepts,
Willingness to learn and do other aspects of composite production
Pride in delivering quality products is essential, together with a positive approach to continuous improvement
Additionally, mold-making experience and/or kit cutting experience using an Eastman type machine would be beneficial
Good mechanical aptitude is a plus
Past manufacturing experienced is desired
Ability to use calipers, micrometers, dial indicator gages and Go/No-Go gages for inspection of work performed
Proven track record to multi-task and successfully follow detailed instructions
General knowledge of safe use processing tools (i.e. deburr tools, presses, etc.)
Ability to understand logical part flow and reasoning behind cross-training and flexibility
General knowledge of basic math and dimensioning and tolerances
We offer a highly competitive hourly wage, based on experience
Company sponsored group health care benefits
Paid time off (PTO), vacation, and holidays
An attractive 401(k) retirement plan
Opportunities for overtime available, based on workload
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. The employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
Please send your resume to [email protected]h.com.