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Industrial Seamstress / Sewer

Do you love to sew?  Are you the best at what you do? Would you like to be part of a growing upholstery shop that is passionate about making the finest cushions for our premier boats?

The Industrial Upholstery Seamstress is responsible for creating quality cushions for Sportsman Boats in a timely manner.  This involves cutting, measuring, sewing, ensuring the efficient manufacturing process of marine seating which includes fabricating, repairing and replacing seat upholstery as well as complete seat building duties. This department is a very close knit group and you'll be working in a family environment.

At Sportsman Boats we are passionate about our customers and employees and offer an exciting future and incredible opportunity for growth. Founded in 2011, we have quickly built a name for manufacturing some of the best and full-featured family friendly center console boats on the market. Employee well-being and company culture are integral part of who we are and we are looking for individuals to join our rapidly-growing team that like to be challenged and love to work in a nurturing fast-paced and goal-oriented environment. We offer competitive compensation, a full array of benefits and an opportunity to work among the best in the industry, 

What you will do:

  • Sewing machine setup (changing thread, bobbins, and needles as needed.)
  • Single needle prepping and joining
  • Create and cut patterns
  • Inspect cushions for defects, damage, or stains
  • Mark products, work pieces, or equipment with identifying information
  • Compare physical characteristics of materials or products to specifications or standards.
  • Maintain a safe and clean work environment
  • Execute additional duties and responsibilities as assigned

Skills and experience you need to have:

  • Industrial sewing and or home sewing experience of one or more years required, must be able to pass sewing test
  • Must be able to make and read patterns and able to work with leather, vinyl and foam rubber
  • Knowledgeable in the areas of material cutting, sewing, upholstery, and foam assembly
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Detail oriented, proactive and able to complete tasks independently with minimal supervision
  • Advanced verbal communication skills
  • Advanced time management and organizational skills
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment
  • High School diploma or equivalent

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Experience sewing vinyl  in a fast paced manufacturing facility
  • Bilingual Spanish/English strongly preferred

Apply today and become part of our Sportsman family.  You can also come by our office at 113 Isaac Way, Summerville, to complete an application.

We offer competitive benefits including vacation, medical, dental, vision and disability insurance, and 401k!    We appreciate our employees and will invest in your growth and development!

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

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