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Production Factory Workers - Lake Charles, LA

Advantage Resourcing is currently seeking a highly motivated individual for a Production Factory Worker position for a specialty manufacturing facility in the Lake Charles, LA area. .  As a Production Factory Worker, you must be able to meet a variety of related requirements. These include:


  • Previous fabrication shop experience preferred
  • 1-2 years of insulation and/or sheet metal work related experience preferred
  • Positive attitude and strong work ethic
  • Must be able to work overtime as required
  • Must be able to lift 40 pounds
  • Folk lift certification preferred

 Job Duties for the Production Factory Worker position include:

  • Load and unload materials
  • Complete prep work for installation, may include bonding with adhesives. etc.
  • Properly maintain equipment and tools
  • Follow safety guidelines and procedures
  • Ensure clean job site
  • Transportation of the material within the factory by forklift
  • Packing the pre-fabricated products
  • Fabrication of sheet metal
  • Operate CNC Machinery
  • Other duties as assigned

 At Advantage Resourcing, our primary objective is to perfectly align the best people with the appropriate job whether it is a temporary assignment or career position. We place talented people in a wide variety of jobs with companies across the country in areas such as: manufacturing, distribution & logistics, call centers, hospitality, skilled trades, administrative & clerical, and retail.  Advantage Resourcing is an equal opportunity employer.  The starting pay for this position is $17.00 - $19.00 / hour depending on experience.

Keywords: Fabrication, production, sheet metal, insulation, factory, manufacturing

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Lake Charles, LA

Job Type:
Full Time, Career Position



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Production Factory Workers

City, State or Zip Code: Lake Charles, LA

Position Type: Full Time, Career Position

Date Posted: 6/06/2018