Bass Pro Shops Boat Manufacturing -Assembly in United States

General:

This position is responsible for the assembly of the deck, deck to hull joining, final assembly, boat carpet installations, wiring installations, and component installations of our product from our internal suppliers to our internal customer.

Tools and Equipment:

A variety of air and electrical power tools such as; small grinders, drills, screw guns, saws, spray gun (glue), air ratchet. Standard hand tools such as: nut drivers, pliers, wrenches, sockets, wire strippers, wire crimpers, utility knives, scissors, and paint brushes. Personal protective equipment such as: safety glasses with side shields, gloves, coveralls, and aprons (when applicable).

Duties:

This position will work within any natural work team belonging to the assembly finish area. These duties include:

  1. Select appropriate part as to part number, color, and size of the boat the part is being installed into

  2. Pre-cut fiberglass mat for use in bulk head to hull joining process

  3. Drill holes in correct location on deck or hull into which screws or bolts will be inserted to secure various accessories or parts

  4. Install appropriate part or accessories using a wide variety of securing devices such as screws, bolts, hold-down brackets, hose clamps, glue or fiberglass

  5. Trim pre-cut openings for better fit, if necessary

  6. Trim pre-cut carpet to insure correct fit

  7. Join deck to hull

  8. Glass bulk heads to the hull and finish putty

  9. Proficiently perform all processes within the area of specific team owned responsibility

  10. Pre-cut hose or trim to correct length to fit appropriate boat model

  11. Electrical check wiring system

  12. Audit boat for final shipping

  13. Perform other duties as assigned

FUNCTIONAL FACTORS

Light lifting, under 20 lbs.

Light carrying, under 20 lbs.

Moderate lifting, 21-59 lbs

Moderate carrying, 21 – 59 lbs

Heavy lifting, 60 lbs. and over

Heavy carrying, 60 lbs and over

Straight pulling

Pushing

Repeated bending

Reaching over shoulders

Use of fingers

Both hand required

Walking

Standing

Kneeling

Repeated stretching

Ability for rapid mental and muscular Specific visual requirements

coordination simultaneously

Ability to distinguish basic colors

Hearing (aid permitted)

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

Outside and inside

Solvents

Glue

Fiberglass

Resin

Dust

Putty

Uneven walking surfaces

Heat

Humidity

Extreme noise, intermittent

Self directed

Work in team environment

Catalyst

Gelcoat primer

EOE-Veterans/Disability