Matern Staffing

As a Production Worker 1st Shift, you’re a crucial part of delivering high-quality circuit board products that are the backbone to major aerospace and defense industry technologies. You’ll be a builder and analyzer during the wet process circuit board manufacturing. 

Matern Staffing is hiring a Production Worker (job id 1795) at a circuits manufacturing plant in Fredericksburg, Va. This is an entry level position for 1st shift with growth opportunity. Training will be provided.

Salary & Schedule:

  • $16/hr
  • 7am-3pm, Monday thru Friday

Production Worker 1st shift supporting circuit board manufacturing

What You’ll Do as a Production Worker:

  • Perform chemical and paint processes on circuit boards
  • Carefully handle materials and safely advance and track all boards through the processes
  • Read job specifications to determine machine adjustments and material requirements
  • Observe machine operation to detect product defects or machine malfunction
  • Install labels on products
  • Operate hand cart

What You’ll Need as a Production Worker:

  • Strong attention to detail with great follow-through to ensure accuracy and comprehensiveness 
  • Active listener who collaborates effectively with teammates, always ready to step in to help 
  • Positive self-starter with excellent time management and prioritization skills 
  • Proactively approaches tasks with focus and determination, and reliability 
  • Ability to pass pre-employment drug screen and background check 
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time and lift up to 50 lbs

About our Client:

Our client is a global corporation offering design, development, prototypes and manufacturing solutions for aerospace and defense electronic products and subsystems. Our client manufactures high-technology, high-reliability printed circuit boards standard rigid products, High-density interconnect (HDI), RF circuitry, Thermal management, Rigid flex and assembly. 

Matern Staffing is an equal opportunity employer.

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