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Shop Associate

Recent Graduates and Experienced Candidates                                                           Antioch, California

Why Working at Fabriquick?

We offer competitive salary, Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K retirement plan. We are not a big corporate with obsolete rules and static structure. We are small and dynamic and we treat you like family. 

Work Schedule

Monday-Friday 6:00AM - 2:00PM, with a total of 1.5 hour break/lunch time however desired to be split and used by employee. This is a part time position with 130 hours of paid work per month (or 32.5 hours per week)

General Qualifications

• Must have high school diploma or GED, college degree is a plus

• You must pass a pre-employment drug test and a background check before beginning work

• You must communicate very effectively in English

• Knowing Mandarin is a plus

• Must posses a valid driver's license

Work Related Skills

• Must be hands-on. Previous work experience in a fabrication shop is a plus

• Having experience in operating shop machinery (mill, lathe, saw, dill press, laser cutter, press brake) either CNC or manual machines is a big plus

• Welding experience is a plus

• Must be able to read machinery handbook and follow carefully

• Must be work with computer, knowing how to work with any CAD software is a plus

• Must be able to lift 50lbs


• Proactively prioritize yours and others' safety over everything else

• Clean, organize, and maintain the shop on a regular basis

• Learn and operate metal laser cutting machine (training will be provided) and CNC press brakes

• Deburr and prepare manufactured parts for shipping

• Meticulously and regularly maintain the equipment

• Work on different projects as they come up, from building improvement projects, to manufacturing jigs and custom shelving


• Must be positive and friendly

• Must be open to do any tasks. No task is too low for anyone here. Everyone gets the same respect regardless of what they do or what their titles are here at Fabriquick

• Do not be afraid to over-communicate. Under-communication always creates problems

• Be very honest, ethical, and trustworthy

• Be open to learn and follow the procedures every single time



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