Thinking through making, it’s what we do. We’re looking for people who care about the details, understand that design matters and love figuring things out with shop tools and ingenuity. You’ll be joining a team that designs and produces prototypes, large scale mockups, exhibits, and structures using a wide variety of materials and fabrication techniques including woodworking, metal-working, composites and tooling. You’ll initiate production of components and complete mockups using in-house and/or external sources as required. You’ll be working on projects defining the human experience for the next generation of products in commercial air and space travel, autonomous vehicles, and all sorts of mobility.
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 this role is key in transforming theoretical concepts into physical assets 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 know how to build things 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, and other machine tools; and you don’t mind shimmying up and down ladders and heaving heavy objects around. You’re able to work on your own and with a team and will do whatever it takes to get a project done on time. You are eager to learn every day, you sweat the details, have pride in your work and are accountable for results, 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 and beyond. If working in a highly collaborative environment that’s 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.
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TEAGUE is currently working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are a Washington State based company. All employees must reside in the state of Washington and be able to access one of our studio locations in the greater Seattle area when we return to work in our hybrid/remote work approach.
Competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package offered including 4 weeks paid time off and up to 10 paid holidays throughout the fiscal year.
At TEAGUE, we value diversity, equity, and inclusion. We search the globe to find and attract top talent from diverse backgrounds and value unique perspectives and experiences.
TEAGUE is an EEO/AA 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.