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Experienced Lamination Supervisor for top boat manufacturer

If you like to be challenged, want to be heard, have boat manufacturing experience to share, we are looking for YOU!!    This is not for the faint of heart but for those that want to dig in and make a difference!  It's a perfect time to get onboard and join our successful growing team!

Why should you choose Sportsman Boats?  

  • We've grown from 6 to over 300 employees and are looking to double production over the next two years. #growthpotential
  • Founded  in 2011, Sportsman Boats has quickly built a name for manufacturing some of the best and full-featured family friendly center console boats on the market.
  • We strive for every employee to reach their full potential and blaze their own path. #individualdevelopment
  • We train and promote from within. Start on the floor today, become a TEAM LEAD tomorrow. #moremoney
  • Our decisions and every day activities are based on our core values of:                                                 * Family * Integrity * Professionalism * Innovation * Passion
  • We offer competitive compensation, a full array of benefits and an opportunity to work among the best in the industry.

Summary of job:

Reporting to the Lamination Manager, the Lamination Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the efficient manufacturing process in the lamination area.  This position requires knowledge of the lamination process and is responsible for adhering to the production schedule, supervising employees as assigned and complying with all safety, quality, and quantity standards.

What you will do:

Bottom line, you will be responsible for leading and motivating your team, building high quality decks and hulls on time while following procedures and keeping everyone safe.   

What you will know or have done:

You must have knowledge and experience in supervising a lamination area or department in a boat manufacturing environment.   

Work Environment

This job operates in a manufacturing plant environment and routinely wears protective clothing and masks.  The gel coat area is not air conditioned and requires working during hot weather.  Requires ability to work in high temperatures during the summer months along with increased humidity. 

Sportsman Boats is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

We are looking for passionate people to work together to make our customers' dreams come true!

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