• Technical Build Specialist

    Job Locations US-WA-Everett
    Req No.
    Technical Build
  • Overview

    The Technical Build Specialist is responsible for producing sales-quality mockup and exhibit structures using conventional woodworking, metal-working and fiberglass tools and processes. The Technical Build Specialist initiates production of components and complete mockups using in-house and/or external requirements as required. In this position you’ll work at the leading edge of commercial aviation, collaborating with the world’s largest aerospace company to imagine and build the future.
    Why We Need This Position
    It’s great to have good ideas, but you can’t really know how they’re going to pan out until you see the real deal. Our approach to design is ‘thinking through making’, and the Technical Build Specialist plays a central role in transforming theoretical concepts into prototypes that enable designers and clients to grasp how a given innovation appears and functions in context.
    Who We’re Looking For
    You have the technical knowledge necessary to construct mockups, exhibits and displays from rough sketches, technical drawings and verbal instructions. You can read electronic CAD drawings and have a solid grasp of construction math and formulas. As a child, you loved Legos and Erector sets; as a teen, you dismantled and rebuilt bicycles, car engines, anything you could get your hands on. You love working with hand power tools, power equipment, manual metalworking machine tools, and other machine tools; you’re agile with a forklift; and you don’t mind shimmying up and down ladders and heaving heavy objects around. You like to work on your own and will do whatever it takes to get a project done on time. You sweat the details, but are also a creative thinker, able to think outside the box and solve problems on the fly. Finally, you don’t mind hopping around from one project to the next at mockup facilities throughout the greater Seattle area. If building the future sounds like your idea of fun—and you have the know-how to get the job done—we want to hear from you.
    What We Just Said, Now in 5 Bullet Points (a.k.a. Essential Qualifications)

    • Experience: Completion of a formal apprenticeship or technical degree in a related degree strongly preferred; 3+ years of experience
    • Special skills: Advanced knowledge of aircraft terminology and coordinate system; strong math skills, basic knowledge of electronics and measurement system, including calipers, required; knowledge of common shop tools, manual metalworking machines, forklifts, and other power equipment; able to lift 50 pounds, 25 pounds overhead and work on your feet up to 8 hours a day.
    • Passion: Building things
    • Role: Transforming conceptual designs and sketches into the real thing
    • Personality: Self-motivated, creative, handy, visually oriented, energetic

    DOE - Competitive hourly pay and benefits offered.

    At TEAGUE, we value diversity.  We search the globe, literally, to find and attract top talent from diverse backgrounds.  

    TEAGUE is an EEO/AAP employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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